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Gas chromatography and 2D-gas chromatography for petroleum industry

The race for selectivity

Auteurs : BERTONCINI Fabrice


Fabrice Bertoncini graduated from the École Supérieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles de la Ville de Paris (ESPCI ParisTech) and holds a PhD in Physical Chemistry and Analytical Chemistry from Pierre and Marie Curie University (Paris VI). He joine



Marion Courtiade-Tholance graduated from the École de Chimie Physique Électronique de Lyon (CPE Lyon) and holds a PhD in Physical Chemistry and Analytical Chemistry from Claude Bernard University Lyon 1. She joined IFP Energies nouvelles in 2007 as research engineer in Gas Chromatography. Since 2012, she is research scientist in Gas Chromatography at the Analytical Department in Centre de Recherche de Solaize (CRES) from Total.



Didier Thiébaut is a Doctor in Pharmacy and PhD in Analytical Chemistry. As Senior Research Scientist at Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), his research in ESPCI ParisTech focuses on separation techniques including SFC, GC, LC and their miniaturised, comprehensive and hyphenated versions. He is the president of the Francophone Association of Separation Sciences (AfSep) and a member of the National Academy of Pharmacy.

ISBN : 9782710809920
broché      170 x 240 mm      368 pages
Date de publication : Mai 2013

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Detailed knowledge of petroleum products at molecular scale has always been essential to understand the mechanisms leading to their formation, to design thermodynamic and kinetic models employed in the refining processes and to predict their physical properties. In view of the complexity of petroleum products, very significant research efforts have been made over the past 15 years for improving relevant analytical techniques, especially in the field of Gas Chromatography in order to improve its separation power. The advent of comprehensive Two-dimensional Gas Chromatography (GC×GC) at the end of 1990’s constitutes a true revolution allowing an unprecedented insight into very complex mixture at the molecular level.
This book aims at providing a complete review of the implementation of Gas Chromatography in the field of oil industry, with an important focus on GC×GC and related multidimensional systems. It is therefore organised into 8 chapters dealing with fundamental and experimental aspects as well as data processing challenges. Recent progress in the development of these chromatographic systems are discussed according to various applications: detailed molecular analysis of hydrocarbons, speciation of hetero-element, global properties calculation based on chromatographic data and simulated distillation. Specialists from IFP Energies nouvelles, CNRS and major companies leading important research in this field have contributed, reporting a synthesis of the knowledge acquired from research these last 15 years.
Thus, this book will be useful for anyone involved in the separation of oil and derivatives: the student starting a research project, the academic researcher and the refinery engineer willing to deepen their knowledge on advanced multidimensional Gas Chromatography, as well as molecular analysis of petroleum products.

Table des matières :

1. Molecular analysis for petroleum products: challenges and future needs. 2. GCxGC: a disruptive technique. 3. Data processing applied to GCxGC. Applications to the petroleum industry. 4. Coupled systems with a GC or GCxGC dimension. 5. Detailed analysis of hydrocarbons. 6. Calculating properties from chromatographic data. 7. Speciation of heteroelements. 8. Simulated distillation. Index.

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