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A Novel Study for Chemical Composition of Al-Ahdaab Field Crude Oil
Mohsin O. Mohammed1*, Tariq Abdul-Jaleel2, Aws Mseer Najres1 and Ibrahim H. Farhan1
 1Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Kirkuk University, Iraq
2Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Anbar University, Iraq
*Corresponding author

This research included determination of chemical composition of al-ahdaab crude oil (kute- Iraq) using liquid – solid chromatography method. The current study involved separation the components of crude oil by column chromatography was packing with alumina (AL2O3) as a stationary–phases and several solvent as a mobile phase. The results of crude oil fractionations were 17.01% Asphaltene, 82.99% Maltene, which separated to Paraffinic (saturated) 44.11%, Aromatic 30.11% and Resin 4.20%. Crude oil fractionations were characterized using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 1HNMR and Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometer FT-IR to determine the chemical composition of each part, which is that represents the first study and novel results. This study also clarified the paraffinic compounds are the main part of materials in the crude oil composition.

Keywords: Crude oil,Fractionation,Chemical composition,Al-ahdaab.
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Mohsin O. Mohammed, Tariq Abdul-Jaleel, Aws Mseer Najres and Ibrahim H. Farhan. 2016. A Novl Study for Chemical Composition of Al-Ahdaab Field Crude Oil.Int.J.Curr.Res.Aca.Rev. 4(9): 71-80
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.20546/ijcrar.2016.409.006
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