Modern Instrumental Methods of Elemental Analysis of Petroleum Products and Lubricants
Informs analysts and marketers of state-of-the-art methodology for the elemental analysis of petroleum products and lubricants. The first two papers are comprehensive reviews describing the occurrence and significance of trace metals in petroleum-related materials.
Table of Contents
A Review of Modern Instrumental Methods of Elemental Analysis of Petroleum Related Material: Part I—Occurrence and Significance of Trace Metals in Petroleum and Lubricants
A Review of Modern Instrumental Methods of Elemental Analysis of Petroleum Related Material: Part II—Analytical Techniques
Analysis of Additive Metals in Lubricating Oils
Cardy C., Mackey J., Meunier C., Smith S., Watt S.
Methods Development for Trace Metal Characterization of Crude Oil by Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission Spectroscopy
Gonzales M., Lynch A.
Automated Rapid Multielement Analysis of Oils for Wear Metals by Flame Atomic Absorption Using a Single Aspiration Per Sample
Batie W., Bernhard A., Carter J.
Correlation Between Inductively Coupled Plasma and Rotating Disk Electrode Spark Emission Spectrometry for Used Diesel Engine Oils
Alavosus T., Bulman F., Nygaard D.
Techniques to Improve the Ability of Spectroscopy to Detect Large Wear Particles in Lubricating Oils
Anderson D., Lukas M.
Elemental Analysis of Waste Oils by Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry
Precious Metal Assay Analysis of Fresh Reforming Catalyst by X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry
McElroy F., Mulhall J.
Analysis of Lubricant Additive Elements by X-Ray Fluorescence and Supporting Methods
Salmon S., Sieber J., Williams M.
Energy Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometric Determination of Vanadium, Nickel, and Iron in Petroleum and Petroleum Residua
Shay J., Woodward P.
Elemental Analysis of Crude and Lubricating Oils by Energy Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence
Improved Performance for Trace Halide Determination in Hydrocarbons
Ohlson G., Takahashi Y.
Paper ID: STP1109-EB
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