Organic chemistry

1897 Journal of the Chemical Society Abstracts  
sample of petroleum, collected near the Magdalena River in the United States of Colombia, S. America, was found to consist practically of a single series of hydrocarbons, very possibly C?$H~I ; not more than a trace of aromatic hydrocarbons was present. The crude oil was dark in colour, thick, and viscous ; it had sp. gr. = 0,9480 at 20°, absorbed bromine equivalent t o 12.09 per cent., and contained ash 0.011, sulphur 0-68, nitrogen 0*3lS, carbon S5.63, and hydrogen 11-90 per cent.
doi:10.1039/ca8977200449 fatcat:ckdz4x3gengv3fld3oklc5m3zm