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Development of Oxygen Scavenger Additives for Future Jet Fuels. A Role for Electron-Transfer-Initiated Oxygenation (ETIO) of 1,2,5-Trimethylpyrrole?

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B Beaver, V Sharief, Y Teng, R DeMunshi, J P. Guo, E Katondo, D Gallagher, David M. Bunk, J Grodkowski, Pedatsur Neta

Abstract

Model autoxidative, radiolytic and product studies are presented which explore the potential of 1,2,5-trimethylpyrrole (TMP) as an oxygen scavenger additive for future jet fuels. The results are consistent with a mechanism for the initial stages of the thermal TMP oxygenation being an ETIO reaction. This study provides new insights for the development of oxygen scavengers which may be useful for future jet fuels.
Citation
Energy and Fuels
Volume
14
Issue
No. 2

Keywords

LC/MS, oxidation, pyrrole, radiolysis, trimethylpyrrole

Citation

Beaver, B. , Sharief, V. , Teng, Y. , DeMunshi, R. , Guo, J. , Katondo, E. , Gallagher, D. , Bunk, D. , Grodkowski, J. and Neta, P. (2000), Development of Oxygen Scavenger Additives for Future Jet Fuels. A Role for Electron-Transfer-Initiated Oxygenation (ETIO) of 1,2,5-Trimethylpyrrole?, Energy and Fuels (Accessed June 12, 2024)

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Created February 29, 2000, Updated October 12, 2021