Standard Method for HYDROCARBON TYPES ANALYSIS OF GAS-OIL SATURATES FRACTIONS BY HIGH IONIZING VOLTAGE MASS SPECTROMETRY
|Publication Date:||15 September 1971|
|ICS Code (Petroleum products in general):||75.080|
This method2 covers the determination by high ionizing voltage mass spectrometry of seven saturated hydrocarbon types and one aromatic type in saturate petroleum fractions having average carbon numbers 16 through 32. The saturate types include alkanes rings), single-ring naphthenes, and five fused naphthene types with 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 rings. ring). The nonsaturate type is monoaromatic. Non- condensed naphthenes are analyzed as single rings. Samples must be nonolefinic and must contain less than 5 percent monoaromatic Composition data are in volume percent.
2 Hood, A., and O'Neal, M. J., Advances in Mass Spectrometry, AMSPA, Waldron, 1959, p. 175.