Analysis of products of high-temperature pyrolysis of various hydrocarbons

@inproceedings{Murphy1997AnalysisOP,
  title={Analysis of products of high-temperature pyrolysis of various hydrocarbons},
  author={Daniel B. Murphy and Robert Wayne Carroll and J. Klonowski},
  year={1997}
}
Abstract Ethane, ethylene, acetylene, propane and neopentane have been pyrolyzed at 1173 K, and methane at 1372 K in a flow system, and the volatile pyrolysis products analyzed. Eleven aromatic hydrocarbons, containing 14 or fewer carbon atoms, accounted for 98 + % of the liquid products recovered in each case. Benzene was the main product, followed by naphthalene. No compounds with branched chains or multiple substituents were present, and compounds containing even numbers of carbons comprised… CONTINUE READING

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