reformate

[ri-fawr-meyt, -mit]
noun Chemistry.
the product of the reforming process.

Origin:
1945–50; reform + -ate1

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Reforming the fuel and removing the sulfur from reformate is expected to be easier than removing the sulfur from liquid fuel.
Treating the reformate stream exiting the reformer using benzene extraction or benzene saturation.
The reformate, on the other hand, has a high octane rating but contains undesirable aromatic components.
The high benzene light reformate is then fed to a reactor that hydrogenates the benzene to convert it to cyclohexane.
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