Polar Compounds in Alaska North Slope Oil and Other Oils: A Literature Survey and Synthesis – February 2016

Polar compounds as found in oils are hydrocarbon compounds containing nitrogen, sulphur or oxygen. Measurement of the presence of these compounds in oils can be carried out using sophisticated analysis techniques, however quantification and separation of compounds is very difficult and will remain a problem for many years to come. Characterization of polar compounds in oils is at a state of infancy and little polar analysis for Alaska North Slope oil has been carried out to date.

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Categories: Environmental Monitoring
Author: Merv Fingas, Spill Science
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