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Analysis Of The Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds Of Diesel Fuel By Gas Chromatography With Ion-trap Detection

P. Williams, G. Andrews, K. Bartle, Paul Bishop, P. J. Watkins
Published 1988 · Chemistry

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Capillary column gas chromatography combined with ion-trap detector mass spectrometry was used in the identification of 85 constituents of the polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon fraction of diesel fuel. The main constituents are an extensive range of alkylnaphthalenes; alkylated tetrahydronaphthalenes, benzothiophens, dibenzothiophens biphenyls, fluorenes and phenanthrenes were also identified. Chromatographic retention indices for these compounds were determined to calibrate retention data for routine analysis with flame-ionization detection, and to identify positions of alkyl substitution.
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