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Most porphyry Cu deposits are formed in magmatic arc settings, but some occur in non-arc environments, such as intracontinental settings. The petrogenesis of fertile magmas for porphyry Cu deposits formed in intracontinental settings is still ambiguous. To address this issue, we performed an integrated study of the late Mesozoic porphyry Cu deposit...
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Typical stratiform-like cassiterite–sulfide orebodies formed at 160–150 Ma cut by a steep hydrothermal vein-type orebody were discovered in the Xianghualing tin–polymetallic orefield, which implied a new phase of magmatism and mineralization later than the Late Jurassic stage. Hence, a systematic study of the characteristics and genesis of the conc...
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This perspective describes different schemes of power systems integration for various process technology in oil refining and petrochemistry with a focus on distillation. An overview is given of different methods of gas turbines and turboexpanders. Application of the organic Rankine cycle is considered for distillation processes, especially for unco...
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Background One of todays’ scientific challenge due to climate change and environmental issues is to find alternatives to the production of molecules of interest from petrochemistry. This study focuses on the understanding of the production of butyrate, hydrogen and CO2 from the oxidation of lactate with acetate in C. tyrobutyricum and thus propose...
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Background One of todays’ scientific challenge due to climate change and environmental issues is to find alternatives to the production of molecules of interest from petrochemistry. This study focuses on the understanding of the production of butyrate, hydrogen and CO2 from the oxidation of lactate with acetate in C. tyrobutyricum and thus propose...
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This collection deals with the proceedings presented at the XI International Scientific�Technical Conference “Advance in Petroleum and Gas Industry and Petrochemistry” (APGIP-11). The present state and developing prospects in the sphere of oil and gas processing and petrochemistry, lubrication materials and coal chemistry of Ukraine as well as ot...
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The prospects, needs and limits in current approaches in catalysis to accelerate the transition to e-chemistry, where this term indicates a fossil fuel-free chemical production, are discussed. It is suggested that e-chemistry is a necessary element of the transformation to meet the targets of net zero emissions by year 2050 and that this conversion...
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Alkylation of iso-butane and 2-butene was performed batchwise using ionic liquids as efficient catalysts. Some modifications of the ionic liquids were used to increase the selectivity of the catalysts. The control of the acidity of ionic liquids has made the ability to produce high quality alkylate gasoline.
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Centrifugal compressors are widespread turbomachineries in energy industries to either provide the driving pressure or compensate gas pressure loss. This type of compressors is susceptible to several failures. Among all, dynamic damages resulted from vibrational loading is so frequent and costly. Dynamic studies consist of rotational and lateral an...
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The recent (<190 ka) volcanic history of Pantelleria is characterized by the eruption of nine peralkaline ignimbrites, ranging in composition from comenditic trachyte to comendite to pantellerite. The ~46 ka Green Tuff (GT) was the last of these ignimbrites, which was followed by many effusive and explosive low-volume eruptions of pantellerite from...
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The prospects, needs and limits in current approaches in catalysis to accelerate the transition to e-chemistry, where this term indicates a fossil fuel-free chemical production, are discussed. It is suggested that e-chemistry is a necessary element of the transformation to meet the targets of net zero emissions by year 2050 and that this conversion...
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Rare metals are an important component of Ukraine's resource base. According to preliminary estimates, the overall lithium resource potential in Ukraine is quite high. The main lithium deposits are associated with Proterozoic complexes (1,7-2,1 billion years) of alkaline rocks, carbonate and granite pegmatites. Significant lithium reserves have bee...
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The results of research on the influence of growth regulators: gibberellic acid, succinic acid, and D-2Sl on increasing the seed productivity of sweet pepper F1 hybrids are highlighted. The research was conducted during 2018-2020 at the Institute of Vegetable and Melon NAAS, which is located in the Left Bank Forest-Steppe of Ukraine. The research m...
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The SCADA system is the foundation of the large-scale industrial control system. It is widely used in industries of petrochemistry, electric power, pipeline, etc. The natural gas SCADA system is among the critical infrastructure systems that have security issues related to trusted communications in transactions at the control system layer, and lack...
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This publication is dedicated to the memory of Jeremy Rich- ards, who studied many aspects of metal deposits worldwide, at global to local scales, from their relationship to tectonics to the role of metal resources in sustainability. Jeremy developed an early interest in geology from visiting historic mines in the Yorkshire Pennines of his native E...
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Based on 198 determinations of the complete silicate analysis of Tyatya volcano (Kunashir Island), we compared the data of the latter (1973) and all previous eruptions to reveal their differences and determine the evolution of Tyatya volcanism in the Holocene. The application of the estimation of the thermobaric parameters of the upper mantle magma...
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Based on the comparison of petrochemical characteristics of volcanics with spatial distributions of rheological heterogeneities in the East Asian tectonosphere, new data on the mechanisms and sequence of subduction, rifting, and plume-type central structures were obtained. Throughout the East Asia transition zone to the Pacific Ocean, subduction be...
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Aluminum oxides and hydroxides are widely applied because of the great variety of their modifications. In particular, aluminum oxides and hydroxides are used in petrochemistry and oil refining. However, amorphous aluminum compounds have not been sufficiently studied due to the complexity of their synthesis and the problems encountered during their...
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In Georgia the Paleogene Adjara-Trialeti riftogenic belt (length 350 km, width 50-2 km) is dominantly composed of trachytic and trachytic-andesitic pyroclastic deposits, though plutonic rocks also play an important role in the structure. In this article, we report new data on the (LA-ICP-MS) U-Pb zircon geochronology and petrochemistry of the pluto...
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Sisaket province is located in the south of the Khorat Plateau, NE Thailand, with cultural heritage and the most famous volcanic durian. This work aims to study petrochemical characteristics for identifying magma series and tectonic eruptions in the Sisaket plume. Furthermore, mafic volcanic are founded separation cover the central and the southern...
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Endocrine disruption (ED) and endocrine disruptors (EDs) emerged as scientific concepts in 1995, after numerous chemical pollutants were found to be responsible for reproductive dysfunction. The World Health Organization established in the United Nations Environment Programme a list of materials, plasticizers, pesticides, and various pollutants syn...
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In recent years, energy efficiency has been one of the topics of major concern from a worldwide perspective as clearly stated by the International Energy Agency (IEA,2021). The energy waste reduction not only improves the process performances from an economic perspective but reduces as well the equivalent CO 2 emissions. This research work is the p...
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This research aims at diagnosing such priority areas for the development of petrochemicals in Russia as sustainable development and energy efficiency, at identifying trends and forecasting the development of the industry, taking into account the greening of the industry. Achieving the goal is based on the use of methods such as graphical, comparati...
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Skin care and makeup cosmetic formulations are generally complex mixtures and all their components have an impact on their efficacy. Due to their skin human affinity, oils and fat ingredients are essential components. Fats are mainly found in liquid dispersed forms, powders and solid forms of makeup such as emulsions, lotions, serums, lipsticks, ey...
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The development of modern industry is associated with an increase in the total scale of production and processing of fire and explosion hazardous and toxic materials, a significant increase in the single capacity of plants and apparatus, and a complication of technologies and regimes for managing the production process. As a result, there is a stea...
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During the transition from the 1970s to 1980s, a period marked by the resurgence of collective movements in Brazil, the populations of several municipalities located on the banks of the Guaíba-Patos lagoon system found ways to express and assert their concerns regarding the potential pollution produced by a large industrial complex, through activit...
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Tropical crops are an important source of wealth in many countries. The current agribusiness model is based on the production of a final commodity, leading to the production of organic by-products (biowastes) that in many cases contain bioactive compounds with a potential added value. The exploitation of these by-products is the foundation of the c...
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The proposed manual describes the basics of designing refineries and petrochemical plants. The manual has been compiled in accordance with the curriculum of the course “Designing of oil refining and petrochemical enterprises”. The manual discusses the basic principles and stages of architectural and technological design of chemical plants; developm...
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The petrochemical industry has made the economic development of many local communities possible, increasing employment opportunities and generating a complex network of closely-related secondary industries. However, it is known that petrochemical industries emit air pollutants, which have been related to different negative effects on mental health....
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This paper reports the results of a study of magmatic rocks with Sn–W–Au–Ag mineralization from the Kuranakh, Elikchan, and Istekh ore fields in the Northern batholith belt of the north-eastern Verkhoyansk–Kolyma orogenic belt in Eastern Russia. Using petrographic, mineralogical, geochemical, and isotopic methods, we determined the mineral composit...
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Silica‐based composite particles are complex catalyst materials that are widely used in petrochemistry. The preparation of particles that are well defined in form, composition, chemical and rheological behavior by spray drying of suspensions remains an important industrial challenge here, with zeolite HY, kaolin and a cheap binder water glass. Ther...
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The article presents various methods of heat-resistant materials synthesis on the basis of aluminosilicate wastes of expanded clay production. Researches have shown that the application of physical and chemical methods in the course of studying of expanded claydite dust composition, structure and properties makes it possible to define the reason of...
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The article presents the results of a study of effective methods for the development of full-scale models of technological equipment for chemical and petrochemical industries based on the use of additive manufacturing. It is shown that 3D printing can be used to prepare and test various elements of heat and mass transfer devices with great accuracy...
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Ashikule volcanic field, developed in the western Kunlun mountain of north Tibet, is composed with about 10 volcanoes, and covers a total area of about 200km ² at the average altitude around 5,000m, one of the highest volcanic field in the world. In this study, we conducted detailed field investigation of geological and geomorphological features of...
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Tukhbatullin R. S. Kazan Innovative University named after V. G. Timiryasov (IEP)» (Kazan, Russia) METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO ASSESSING THE FINANCIAL STABILITY OF ENTERPRISES AND THEIR FEATURES IN THE PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY Annotation: This article reveals the essence of the financial stability of an enterprise in the field of chemistry and petro...
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The article deals with the challenges of petrochemical development in eastern Russia. It considers the most prominent peculiarities of the domestic petro - chemical industry at the present moment and some crucial possible paths for its further improvement, taking into account the alternatives that domestic and foreign markets have to offer. We anal...
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Intrusions of the Zubovsky type (1) are commonly dominated by troctolite in their ultramafic parts and have an insignificant number (if any) of ultramafic units; (2) occur among olivine and olivine-bearing gabbro-dolerites and often show evidence of a number of accumulation of cumulus olivine, (3) have weakly pronounced (if any) taxitic gabbrodoler...
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Introduction a) Oil and gas are natural products created by the degradation of organic material in geological deposits within the earth’s surface. They are made up of mixtures of miles of organic substances, which once processed provide a highly adaptable product, the fossil fuels, a variety of petrochemicals products useful to humans . Basic Petro...
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Hrynyshyn K.O., Bratychak M.M. (supervisor). Production of hydrocarbon fuels from polymeric waste. Master's thesis.-Extended abstract Polymer wastes accumulated in huge quantities in landfills, scattered in forests and fields, floated on almost all water surfaces of our planet, significantly pollute the environment. Taking into account that wastes...
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Extended Abstract Gaseous olefins (ethylene, propylene and butylenes) are produced by pyrolysis of gasoline, diesel fuel, natural gas etc. Along with the target gaseous products, liquid pyrolysis products (by-products) are inevitably formed. Their yield ranges from 10 to 40% depending on the feedstock and the process conditions. Utilization of thes...
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A recent trend in European science policy is the attempt to influence academic research agendas through mission-oriented funding programs. Under the label of ‘grand challenges’, these aim to stimulate knowledge and technology deemed crucial to society, but unlikely to develop from corporate R&D and traditionally funded research. This paper takes a...
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The authors evaluate the effects generated in the economy of the Russian Far East by the emerging petrochemical industry center, its core in Amursk gas processing plant. The calculations are based on the regional social accounting matrix for 2015 augmented with data on gas processing and petrochemical technologies, consumption of their products. Ac...
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The Great Xing'an Range (GXR), Northeast (NE) China, is a major polymetallic metallogenic belt in the eastern segment of the Central Asian Orogenic Belt. The newly discovered Xiaokele porphyry Cu (–Mo) deposit lies in the northern GXR. Field geological and geochronological studies have revealed two mineralization events in this deposit: early porph...
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This Polycopie summarizes years of teaching of surface phenomena and heterogeneous catalysis to students of the first phase of the Chemical process engineering and petrochemistry at the University of El-Oued, southeastern of Algeria, according to the program of the Algerian Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. In this manuscript, f...
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In recent years, inter-regional cooperation has increased in one of the most important areas of economy, namely, its innovative development. The Strategy of Spatial Development of the Russian Federation for the period until 2025 set various aims for scientific, technological and innovative development of the country. Inter-regional cooperation is o...
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Mineral processing wastewater contains large amounts of reagents which can lead to severe environmental problems, such as high chemical oxygen demand (COD). Inspired by the wastewater treatment in such industries as those of textiles, food, and petrochemistry, in the present work, electrocoagulation (EC) is applied for the first time to explore its...
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Near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) is an analytical technique for determining the chemical composition or structure of a given sample. For several decades, NIRS has been a frequently used analysis tool in agriculture, pharmacology, medicine, and petrochemistry. The popularity of NIRS is constantly growing as new application areas are discovered. Con...
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Heterogeneous catalyst testing methodology at the lab scale must provide intrinsic kinetics data for reactor design purposes as well as the intrinsic activity ranking during catalyst screening in the field of refining and petrochemistry. The significant downscaling of the past century coupled with the increasingly active catalytic formulations may...
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From the standpoint of ensuring the receipt of the recycled bodies for various technological purposes with standard and improved properties applicable in construction, petrochemistry, metallurgy and other areas of material production, recycling in the field of agglomeration of fibrous man-made materials is relevant. The article is devoted to the th...
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Field, mineralogical and petrochemical studies of the Precambrian Basement Complex rocks around Akungba-Akoko were carried out with the aim of determining their petrology, petrochemical characteristics and petrogenesis. The petrology of Akungba-Akoko area comprises migmatite, granite gneiss and biotite gneiss intruded by biotite granite, charnockit...
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The basic dykes in Mikir Hills have gabbroic composition. The prominent trends of these dykes are E-W in Southern part of Mikir Hills and NE-SW trend in the Northern Part of Mikir Hills. The geochemical characterization of dyke rock shows that they are subalkaline to alkaline basalt in nature, medium to high potassic, high titanium, Fe enriched tho...
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Carbon materials are widely used in catalysis as a support for active catalyst components due to their chemical inertness and developed surface. The most common carbon carriers are represented by activated carbons, carbon black and various carbon-carbon composites. In petrochemistry, carbon materials are also employed as catalysts to oxidize sulfur...
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This book (pages: xxvi + 535)presents comprehensive accounts on different types of the 'Indian Uranium Deposits', each to serve as a case-study. Diverse types of the U-deposits that are dealt with include (i) hydrothermal type in diverse types of host-rocks like schists, granitoids, meta-sedimentary rocks and limestone, (ii) unconformity-proximal t...
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The impact of palladium precursors (e.g. chloride-PdCl 2 ; acetate-Pd(OAc) 2 ; nitrate-Pd(NO 3) 2) on the catalytic properties of Pd-Sb/TiO 2 catalysts used for acetoxylation of toluene has been investigated. The catalysts were characterized by different techniques such as N 2-adsorption (BET-surface area and pore volume), XRD, TEM, CO-Chemisorptio...
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The impact of palladium precursors (e.g. chloride-PdCl 2 ; acetate-Pd(OAc) 2 ; nitrate-Pd(NO 3) 2) on the catalytic properties of Pd-Sb/TiO 2 catalysts used for acetoxylation of toluene has been investigated. The catalysts were characterized by different techniques such as N 2-adsorption (BET-surface area and pore volume), XRD, TEM, CO-Chemisorptio...
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Financing of internal costs has always been the main factor in the functioning of any economic entity. In this paper we will focus on the industries providing breakthrough development of the economy, i.e. the so-called innovation and investment sector of the economy. These industries include: science and scientific services, engineering and metalwo...
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Surfactin is a very powerful surfactant produced by the bacteria Bacillus subtilis, which is able to reduce the interfacial tension of water from 72 to 27 mN.m-1. Although it has excellent properties and therefore a large number of potential industrial applications ranging from petrochemistry to pharmacy, the costs involved in its production and pu...
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Currently, there is an active interest related to the processing of non-edible plant materials into valuable chemical compounds. One of the promising areas is the production of various useful substances from furfural - a product of acid hydrolysis of hemicellulose. The main direction in the processing of furfural is its hydrogenation to furfuryl al...