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Naphtha Composition

Naphtha Composition

Naphtha Composition

Can some one provide general naphtha composition in terms of c3, c4, c5 ...... etc in wt % vol %. Actual names will be more useful.  such as i C4 or ch, i c5 etc.

I have...

LV%         IBP C      
IBP        1  degC
5%        15  degC
10%        35  degC
30%        55 degC
50%        73 degC
70%        110 degC
90%        142 degC
95%        160 degC
FBP        175 degC

RE: Naphtha Composition

If you want compositional analysis of naphtha cut, give the sample to the laboratory. It's not possible to perform compositional breakdown based on D86 or TBP distillation data, neither it is required for operational, blending and commercial purposes.


RE: Naphtha Composition

For a typical hydrocarbon composition of a light naphtha ex Q8 crude, see Elements of Petroleum Processing by D.S.J. Jones (John Wiley and Sons)

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