Chemical Engineering - Petroleum Refinery Engineering - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Petroleum Refinery Engineering - Section 4 (Q.No. 10)
Which of the following has maximum hydrogen/carbon ratio (by weight) ?
Fuel oil
Answer: Option
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11 comments Page 1 of 2.

Ajay said:   6 years ago
Gasoline is lighter than naphtha, and H/C ratio is just opposite to C/H ratio, that is C/H ratio will be max for heavier product while H/C will max for lighter product.

Deepak Agrahari said:   5 years ago
It should be Naptha.

Viettan K said:   10 years ago
How will you explain for difference in composition of naphtha and gasoline? I don't know H/C ratio of two fractions. I feel surprised!

Soni said:   8 years ago
I think Naphtha.

Jeetendra Kushwaha said:   8 years ago
Naphtha is the right answer.

Vishnu swaroop said:   6 years ago
Option (A) is the right answer.

Deepak said:   6 years ago
It should be Fuel oil.

Rajendra pal said:   5 years ago
Gasoline is the right answer.

AkiL Suhail said:   5 years ago
Naphtha is right answer.

Jeet said:   4 years ago
Thanks for the explanation @Ajay.

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