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Reaction of organosulphur compounds with naturally occurring peroxides in jet fuel. G.W. Mushrush et al. Energy and Fuels, March/April 1996, 10(2), 504--508.

Organosulphur dopants including n-nonaethiol, phenyl disulphide, n-butyl sulphoxide, n-butyl sulphone and n-butyl thiophene, were selected as representative of organosulphur compounds present in shale-derived middle distillate fuels. After thermal stressing at 65 degrees C the relation between peroxide formation and added sulphur concentration and the major products from each organosulphur dopant are reported. 30 refs.

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