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Copper strip corrosion failure in gasoline

Copper strip corrosion failure in gasoline

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My question is related with a problem of copper corrosion strip failure (ASTM-D130) in gasoline. We have two tanks of off-spec gasoline:
- Copper strip corrosion 3B; SH2=0ppm, mercaptans = 9ppm. Does not improve copper strip corrosion test adding corrosion inhibitor
- Copper strip corrosion 2C; SH2=0ppm, mercaptans = 5ppm. Improves copper strip corrosion test adding corrosion inhibitor
My questions are:
- Could the low level of mercaptans present cause a failure in copper corrosion strip?
- Could a NaOH carryover from the Merox unit cause a failure in copper corrosion test?
- Any other sulfur compound, besides SH2 and mercaptans, could cause this copper strip corrosion test failure?
- Does anyone know any commercial additive for mercaptan removal that could be useful for this problem?  

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