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Military jet fuel (JP-8) is very similar to commercial jet fuel (Jet A) except for the presence of three additives, fuel system icing inhibitor, corrosion inhibitor–lubricity improver (CI-LI), and antistatic additive, which are added to improve characteristics of JP-8. Of particular interest is the CI-LI additive; the most common active ingredient is a dimer of linoleic acid. This article focuses on quantification of the active ingredient in the CI-LI additive by liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry (LC–MS). This method will allow the determination of CI-LI content in military jet fuel samples.
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Johnson, David W.; Flake, Milissa; and Adams, Ryan, "Determination of Corrosion Inhibitor Lubricity Improver in Jet Fuel by Liquid Chromatography-Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry" (2014). Chemistry Faculty Publications. 45.
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