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Crude oil or petroleum is a thick, flammable liquid of burnt brown or dark green, or black that is found in the upper layers of parts of the Earth’s crust. The oil contains a complex mixture of different hydrocarbons. Most of these hydrocarbons are from the alkane chain; But inwardly, composition or purity may vary greatly. Oil is called black gold. Oil is considered a fossil fuel and is non-renewable.
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DESCRIPTIONNaphtha refers to a range of volatile and flammable liquids produced by the distillation of petroleum. The liquids, which differ slightly in their chemical structures and boiling points, have various applications in the refining process – the main one as a feedstock for gasoline and the manufacture of olefins by the petrochemical industry.
Description Urea is widely used in fertilizers as a suitable source of Nitrogen and also is one of the important raw material in the chemical industry and is used in the production of plastics especially urea-formaldehyde resins, adhesives such as urea-formaldehyde and Melamine Formaldehyde Urea,Potassium cyanate and Urea nitrate.
DESCRIPTIONToluene is an aromatic compound that has many applications in chemical industries. Toluene, with C7H8 chemical formula, is found a lot in coal tar and with less quantity, in crude oil. Toluene is a colorless and flammable liquid, which is soluble in alcohol, benzene and ethers, but not water. The most important source of producing Toluene is reformates and after that is pyrolysis gasoline from olefin units. A little portion of toluene supply is derived from coke and coal-based processes.
A middle distillate and form of heating oil, gasoil is primarily used in heating and air-conditioned systems. Gas oil is one of the most actively traded oil products, and comes between fuel oil and the lighter products such as naphtha and gasoline. In its broader definition, it covers the oil products used for diesel automotive fuel and jet fuel. Gas oil is also used in industries for various applications such as power generation or as a fuel in boilers, machinery and other applications is expected to fuel the demand for gas oil. Growth in disposable income along with increasing number of vehicle especially in the Asia Pacific is expected to upsurge the demand for the gasoil.
Mixed xylenes are the second-most-important aromatic product in terms of world consumption for chemical manufacture, ranking behind benzene and ahead of toluene. Mixed xylenes refers to the equilibrium mixture of four isomers with the same C8H10 chemical formula. The isomers in order of natural occurrence are meta-xylene, ortho-xylene, para-xylene, and ethylbenzene.
Xylenes are produced with different processes. When in refineries, oil cuts enter the reforming units, aromatic compounds comprise a great proportion of the outflow material. Separating this flow into its components, accounts for more than 70 percent of global xylene supply. Also in the steam cracking process in olefin units, some quantity of Mixed Xylene is produced. In addition, disproportioning Toluene into Benzene and Xylene and treating Pyrolysis Gasoline are also different ways to produce Mixed Xylene.
Kerosene, also known as paraffin, lamp oil, and coal oil (an obsolete term), is a combustible hydrocarbon liquid which is derived from petroleum. It is widely used as a fuel in aviation as well as households. Its name derives from Greek: κηρός (keros) meaning “ wax“, and was registered as a trademark by Canadian geologist and inventor Abraham Gesner in 1854 before evolving into a genericized trademark. It is sometimes spelled kerosine in scientific and industrial usage.