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dc.contributor.authorAdeniyi, O.D.-
dc.contributor.authorAdeniyi, M.I.-
dc.contributor.authorKovo, A.S.-
dc.contributor.authorAkpan, U.G.-
dc.contributor.authorGarba, M.U.-
dc.contributor.authorNafiu, J.O.-
dc.description.abstractInvestigations have been carried out converting hydrogenated cardanol, a compound extracted from cashew nutshell liquid, into compounds with structural characteristics of antioxidants similar to the ones used in product derived from petroleum. Thin-layer chromatography (TLC) analysis of the raw oil indicated that the major components were cardanol (66.7%), cardol (23.8%) and 2-methyl cardol (9.5%). The intended changes were carried out through exhaustive alkylation with nbutyl chloride. FTIR analysis confirms the formation of phenolic acid 2-n-butyl properties of the antioxidant produced. The performance of the product was estimated in terms of oxidative stabilization during storage of cracked naphtha. The compound 2-n-butyl pentadecylphenol (new antioxidant) has presented good efficiency in the storage assays when compared to the commercial additives used in the refinery.en_US
dc.publisherBiofuels, Taylor & Francis Group LLC, London, U.K,en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries6(5-6): 291-294;6(5-6): 291-294-
dc.subjectcashew nutshell liquid; antioxidant; gasoline; stabilizationen_US
dc.titleAdeniyi O.D., Adeniyi M.I, Kovo A.S., Akpan U.G., Garba M. U. and Nafiu J. O. (2015), Cashew-Nut Shell Liquid Extract as Anti-Oxidant for Gasoline Stabilization, Biofuels, Taylor & Francis Group LLC, London, U.K, 6(5-6): 291-294, , DOI:10.1080/17597269.2015.1100040,en_US
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