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alkylate

 [al´kĭ-lāt]
to cause the substitution of an alkyl group for an active hydrogen atom in an organic compound; see also alkylating agents.

alkylate

(al′kĭ-lāt″)
1. To introduce one or more alkyl groups into a compound.
2. To provide therapy with an alkylating agent.

alkylate

to treat with an alkylating agent.
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Currently the only proven alternative is sulphuric acid (see Existing Alkylation Process and Waste Management Section) and the trade-offs are such that there is no general preference for one process over the other (Chapin et al.
Catalyst production is treated as part of the Background because both HF and sulphuric acid are bulk commodities so that any change in use for this alkylation plant would represent no more than a marginal change in demand.
The case explored in this paper, cleaner production approaches to reduce fluorine use and waste in the alkylation process at a specific UK oil refinery, illustrates the need to broaden the issues and trade-offs considered in assessing processing and waste management options.
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