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Separation and Purification of Hydrocarbons with Porous Materials

Author(s): Juliette Laurent

In addition to the chemical and petrochemical industries, hydrocarbons are crucial to the global energy system. They are crucial feedstock for the creation of many of our chemical products and materials, including pharmaceuticals, coatings, and plastics. They are not only significant fuels, such as gasoline, diesel, and kerosene but also critical materials. However, hydrocarbons derived from crude oil or natural gas are almost usually mixed that must be separated and refined into a single component to be used in the creation of other products, such as plastics. It is still difficult to separate hydrocarbons with similar sizes and molecular structures, and consequently similar physicochemical properties. Technologies for separation based on adsorbents have the potential to replace the current industrial practice of cryogenic distillation.

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