isomerisation


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Noun1.isomerisation - the conversion of a compound into an isomer of itself
changeover, conversion, transition - an event that results in a transformation
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isomérisation
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M2 EQUITYBITES-August 12, 2019-KBR Acquires Isomerisation Technologies to Expand Octane Solutions Offerings
The Byco management also informed in the quarterly statement 2018 that the operations of Isomerisation unit, commencing during the period by the wholly owned subsidiary of the Company.
Byco Petroleum is optimistic about the company's future, particularly as the Isomerisation unit has been placed into service.
As per a notice, Byco's wholly owned subsidiary, i.e., Byco Isomerisation Pakistan (Private) Limited has commissioned country's largest isomerisation plant.
Earlier, the Oil Companies Advisory Committee (OCAC) a grouping of oil processing and marketing companies pointed out that refineries had installed isomerisation units on the government's directive to produce Euro-II-compliant RON 87 gasoline and further upgrade was not immediately possible.
De Jong, Deactivation of solid acid catalysts for butene skeletal isomerisation: on the beneficial and harmful effects of carbonaceous deposits, Appl.
For this, the refineries were required to set up DHDS plants by December 2015 and isomerisation plants and reduce import reliance.
However, there has been very little work done on the cis-trans isomerisation of linoleic acid.
The first stage involves the reconstruction of the diesel hydrotreater unit, construction of a sulfur production unit, which have already been completed, and the construction of an isomerisation unit.
The importance of controllers for glucose isomerisation processes has been shown by Haas et al., [4] and Kim et al., [5] who found that about 10% of an enzyme could be conserved under optimal condition in comparison with isothermal condition.
After isomerisation of previtamin D in the skin, 25-hydroxylation in the liver and 1[alpha]-hydroxylation in the kidney, the active form 1,25-dihydroxycholecalciferol may exert the beneficial effects in the prevention and treatment of several diseases, namely in rickets, osteomalacia and osteoporosis.