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Comprehensive GC×GC chromatography for the characterization of sulfur compound in fuels: A review

Comprehensive GC×GC chromatography for the characterization of sulfur compound in fuels: A review
Since the beginning of the 2000’s, comprehensive GC×GC chromatography brought a totally new way to characterize complex matrices. This disruptive technique is well adapted to fuels and rapidly gained importance in R&D laboratories of oil (and related) companies. Therefore, this analytical tool has been applied to many aspects of refining and especially the challenge of reducing the sulfur content in fuels. The present article reviews the use of comprehensive GC×GC for understanding the nature of sulfur compounds in refinery products (from gasoline to VGO) and their catalytic conversion through various catalytic processes such as HDS, AOTS, ODS. Various types of detectors (universal or specific) as well as HT GC×GC have been applied and can be combined in order to get a better description of the S compounds in oil products.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0920586117302845

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