UNT Theses and Dissertations -
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An Attempt to Produce a High Octane Gasoline from C4 Hydrocarbons
This thesis presents the results of an experiment conducted to discover if selenic acid or monazite sand are possible catalysts that can be used for the alkylation of isobutane and isobutene.
A Chemical Analysis of Yellow Dent Corn
This study examines history, climate, and distribution in relation to the chemical content of yellow dent corn.
A Chemical Investigation of Lake Dallas to Determine the Factors Influencing Plankton Growth.
A study to determine the organic content of Lake Dallas, and study the influence on plankton growth.
Chlorosulfonic Acid Reactions with Saturated Hydrocarbons
This thesis examines the reactions of hydrocarbons exposed to chlorosulfonic acid in order to establish the reaction rate and associated molecular structure of each compound.
A Comparative Quantitative Study of the Common Elements Found in the Hackenberry
This comparative study attempts to determine the importance of soil fertility in determining how much of an element a plant absorbs.
The Determination of the Constants in the System of Methyl Alcohol, Formic Acid, Methyl Formate and Water
Problems presented in this paper concern the chemical equilibrium of methyl alcohol, formic acid, and methyl formate when combined.
Diffusion of Hydrocarbons Through Rubber Membranes
This thesis explores the seperation of isomeric paraffins in organic chemistry and how the resulting mixture of hydrocarbons might be examined.
Electrodeposition of Cadmium
This thesis presents findings of experiments conducted to determine the most feasible method to electroplate metal.
The Electrodeposition of Zinc
This thesis examines the use of zinc for electroplating and compares its use to other metals. Experiments conducted to gather data indicated circumstances which resulted in optimal results.
A Quantitative Chemical Analysis of the Hicoria Pecan Nut Kernel
This thesis explores the Hicoria genus and focuses on the Stuart variety of pecan tree. Experimentation yielded the ash constituents, fats, fat constants, crude fiber, protein, and sugar in shelled pecan samples.
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