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Measuring Hydrogen in Fuels using MQC+

The combustion properties of fuels are key to the efficient and safe operation of engines used in machinery and plant. One important way to measure the combustion properties of a fuel is by its hydrogen content.

The measurement of hydrogen content is widely used for the characterisation of aviation fuel but with the increasing costs of all fuels and the greater incentives for fuel adulteration, this test is increasingly being adopted for non-aviation applications.

Our benchtop NMR analyser MQC+23 system is widely used for the measurement of hydrogen in fuels in accordance with ASTM D7171-16.

Application Note: Standard Method for Hydrogen Content in Fuels (ASTM D7171-16).

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