ASTM International - ASTM UOP744-98

Aromatics in Hydrocarbons by Gas Chromatography

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Organization: ASTM International
Publication Date: 29 July 2002
Status: historical
Page Count: 10
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This method is for determining individual C6 through C10 aromatic compounds in petroleum distillates or aromatic concentrates having a final boiling point of 210°C or lower. C11 and heavier aromatics are reported as a group. C10 and heavier non-aromatics, if present in appreciable quantities, may interfere with the determination of benzene and toluene. When this occurs, benzene and toluene can be determined by ASTM D 4420. Other applications include the assay of any C10 or lower boiling aromatics, such as benzene, toluene, etc. This method may also be used to provide a distribution of C8 aromatics and/or C9 and heavier aromatics to a value determined by a different method. When used for any of the above applications, the quantitation limit for a single aromatic component is 0.01 mass-%.

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October 1, 2019
Aromatics in Hydrocarbons by Gas Chromatography
This method is for determining individual C6 through C10 aromatic compounds in petroleum distillates or aromatic concentrates having a final boiling point of 210°C or lower. C11 and heavier aromatics...
July 25, 2006
Aromatics in Hydrocarbons by GC
This method is for determining individual C6 through C10 aromatic compounds in petroleum distillates or aromatic concentrates having a final boiling point of 210°C or lower. C11 and heavier aromatics...
December 14, 2004
Aromatics in Hydrocarbons by Gas Chromatography
This method is for determining individual C6 through C10 aromatic compounds in petroleum distillates or aromatic concentrates having a final boiling point of 210°C or lower. C11 and heavier aromatics...
ASTM UOP744-98
July 29, 2002
Aromatics in Hydrocarbons by Gas Chromatography
This method is for determining individual C6 through C10 aromatic compounds in petroleum distillates or aromatic concentrates having a final boiling point of 210°C or lower. C11 and heavier aromatics...
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