Poverty, Social Exclusion and Holidaying: towards developing policy in Ireland

@inproceedings{Quinn2008PovertySE,
  title={Poverty, Social Exclusion and Holidaying: towards developing policy in Ireland},
  author={Bernadette Quinn and Kevin Griffin and Jane E. Stacey},
  year={2008}
}
A fuel for internal combustion engines having an improved cetane index and lower sulfur content is obtained from a hydrocarbon charge, by a process comprising a step (a) for distillation (D1) in which a bottom product (Q1) is obtained via a line 3 and in which a top product (T1) is obtained via a line 2, a step (b) of liquid/liquid extraction (LE) using a solvent (S1) to obtain a raffinate (R1), (line 5) an extract from which product (Q1) is obtained (line 6), a step c) separating (D2) the… CONTINUE READING

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