Published: Mar 2014
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Biofuels used as alternative fuels—ethanol-fuel and biodiesel—sometimes offer a challenge in elemental analysis using test methods primarily developed for petroleum products. Modifications have to be undertaken to apply the methods of petroleum analysis to those of biofuels. Sulfur and sulfur compounds constitute an important aspect of such analyses.
biofuels, biodiesel, ethanol-fuel, sulfur, mercaptan, elemental analysis
Paper ID: MONO102012001714