mercaptans


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mercaptans

organic mercurial compounds, used as fungicides on plants and animals. See captan.
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At present, the company has not accepted any further inputs of wastes containing mercaptans.
Among the constituents of mill scale and rust are metal oxides (active sites) capable of chemically reacting with mercaptans such as TBM to produce products (disulfides) which are less volatile and less odorous than the original mercaptan odorant.
Table 2 reports comparisons between the proposed modification of the Pitzer method and the Tsonopoulos method for alkyl halides, mercaptans, sulphides, disulphides and ethers representing the class of slightly polar compounds.
The material it was treating contains small amounts of mercaptan, a group of compounds which can be smelled at extremely low concentrations.
The strong odor of many mercaptans makes any natural gas leak readily detectable.
ATOFINA epoxides can be used as acid and mercaptan scavengers, epoxy reactive diluents, polyol modifiers, PVC stabilizers and chemical intermediates in lubricant and fuel additives, hydraulic and functional fluids, plastics, urethanes, agricultural chemicals, pharmaceuticals, flavors and fragrances, personal care products, surfactants, adhesives, sealants, caulks, specialty coatings, UV cure systems, inks, electronics and various other specialty chemical applications.
Qatari condensates have a high content of mercaptans as in the case of Abu Dhabi's new condensate stream.
The Myrtle Springs Plant is a 3000 barrel per day condensate treating and stabilization facility, which includes a Merichem treating unit capable of removing hydrogen sulfide and mercaptans.
Gas sweetening is a process in which mercaptans and hydrogen sulfide are eliminated from natural gas.
The processing of condensates is necessary because they have a high content of sulphurous mercaptans.
Mercaptans - ``mouldy cabbage'': a group of sulphurous chemicals that smell of rotting vegetables.
The new Bellows Injection Pump (BIP) Series are displacement style pumps for use with a wide variety of chemicals, such as mercaptans, acid, methanol, dyes, and biological corrosion inhibitors.