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“…The types of adsorbents that have been reported in the literature for nitrogen compound removal are silica gel, ,, activated alumina, ,, activated carbon, metal–organic frameworks, , ion-exchange resins and modified polymers, and zeolites ,,, as well as a number of diverse materials such as solid acids and modified silica–aluminas. , A summary of the nitrogen removal from real petroleum-derived feed materials with each of the adsorbents is presented in Table .…”
Section: Adsorptionmentioning
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“…The types of adsorbents that have been reported in the literature for nitrogen compound removal are silica gel, ,, activated alumina, ,, activated carbon, metal–organic frameworks, , ion-exchange resins and modified polymers, and zeolites ,,, as well as a number of diverse materials such as solid acids and modified silica–aluminas. , A summary of the nitrogen removal from real petroleum-derived feed materials with each of the adsorbents is presented in Table .…”
Section: Adsorptionmentioning
“…According to the literatures, different types of adsorbents have been reported for removing nitrogen-containing compounds from liquid fuels such as silica gel, 8−12 activated alumina, 9,13,14 activated carbon, 13,15 metal−organic frameworks, 16,17 ionexchange resins, and modified polymers 18,19 and zeolites 20−22 in addition to a number of diverse materials like solid acids and modified silica−alumina. 23,24 Metal organic frameworks are well known to be more advantageous due to their high adsorption capacities. 25−29 Metal−organic frameworks (MOFs) are mainly composed of two inorganic and organic components.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…The adsorbent material is mainly chosen so that it can attract and retain the nitrogenated compounds by the interactions with the surface of such an adsorbent. According to the literatures, different types of adsorbents have been reported for removing nitrogen-containing compounds from liquid fuels such as silica gel, activated alumina, ,, activated carbon, , metal–organic frameworks, , ion-exchange resins, and modified polymers , and zeolites in addition to a number of diverse materials like solid acids and modified silica–alumina. , Metal organic frameworks are well known to be more advantageous due to their high adsorption capacities. …”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…The Hydrofinishing step is typically a mild hydrogenation process which involves little change in the molecular structure of the hydrocarbon components. [11][12][13][14][15][16] It is a finishing process used to improve base oil color, color stability and oxidation stability.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning