|Statement||by J. Elliott Gilpin and Marshall P. Cram under the supervision of David T. Day.|
|Series||Geological Survey bulletin -- 365|
|Contributions||Cram, Marshall P., Day, David T. 1859-1925.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 p. :|
|Number of Pages||33|
Additional Physical Format: Print version: Gilpin, J. Elliott. Fractionation of crude petroleum in capillary diffusion (OCoLC) Material Type. Full text of "The fractionation of California petroleum by diffusion through fuller's other formats EXCHANGE Lib. JUL 31 The Fractionation of California Petroleum by Diffusion through Fuller's Earth DISSERTATION SUBMITTED TO THE BOARD OF UNIVERSITY STUDIES OI ; THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY IN CONFORMITY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF . The history of chromatography spans from the midth century to the tography, literally "color writing", was used—and named— in the first decade of the 20th century, primarily for the separation of plant pigments such as chlorophyll (which is green) and carotenoids (which are orange and yellow). New forms of chromatography developed in the s and s made the technique. The Fractionation of Crude Petroleum by Capillary Diffusion (United States Geological Survey Bulletin ) J. Elliott Gilpin & Marshall P. Cram, under the supervision of David T. Day Published by Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. ().
Carbon Isotope Fractionation During Volatilization of Petroleum Hydrocarbons and Diffusion Across a Porous Medium: A Column Experiment Article in Environmental Science and Technology 42(21) A crude oil from the Kelamayi oilfield, China, has been used in a detailed laboratory study to examine fractionation effects on various classes of biomarkers in the oil. These experiments were undertaken on an alumina column and in general the fractionation effects were similar to those previously ascribed to migration in the natural situation. Carbon Isotope Fractionation during Diffusion and Biodegradation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons in the Unsaturated Zone: Field Experiment at Værløse Airbase, Denmark, and Modeling Article February The term “crude petroleum” embraces the naturally-occurring, highly complex, mobile organic mixture, usually predominantly hydrocarbons, which constitutes the commercial crude oil, natural gas and natural asphalt of the petroleum industry. This chapter will be almost entirely concerned with liquid crude oil**.
2. Fractionation and Elemental Analysis of Crude Oils and Petroleum Cuts 3. Characterization of Crude Oils and Petroleum Fractions 4. Methods for the Calculation of Hydrocarbon Physical Properties 5. Characteristics of Petroleum Products for Energy Use (Motor Fuels - Heating Fuels) 6. Characteristics of Non-Fuel Petroleum Products 7. Gilpen J. S. et al. FRACTIONATION OF CRUDE PETROLEUM IN CAPILLARY DIFFUSION USGS Bull. # light wear, ex-lib, vg with 33 pp., 3 figs. Price: $ (stock#USGSB). Publisher Summary. This chapter highlights the origin and properties of coal. Coal is a compact, stratified mass of mummified plant debris, interspersed with smaller amounts of inorganic matter and covered by sedimentary rocks The chemical properties of any coal depend upon the proportions of the different chemical components present in the parent plant debris, the nature and extent of the. Vaughan, T. W.: Fuller’s earth deposits of Florida and Georgia. U. S. Geol. Survey Bull. , S. –, Google Scholar.