An equation was suggested which describes the concentration distribution of homologs in complex industrial and natural mixtures, which can be used to evaluate the concentration of the high-boiling components from the concentrations of the low-boiling components.
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Alymova, T.E., Sakharov, V.M. & Lulova, N.I. The hydrocarbon concentration distribution in the homologous series for industrial and natural mixtures. Chem Technol Fuels Oils 8, 356–358 (1972). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00719067
- Concentration Distribution
- Homologous Series
- Hydrocarbon Concentration
- Natural Mixture