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Naphtha is a light petroleum-derived liquid hydrocarbon mixture. Naphtha has many uses in the petrochemical industry. It is often used as an intermediate in the manufacture of various chemicals such as solvents, paints, plastics, resins, adhesives and chemical fertilizers. There are two main types of naphtha: light naphtha and heavy naphtha. Light naphtha is a mixture of light hydrocarbons used in the production of gasoline. Heavy naphtha, on the other hand, has a higher boiling point and is used in processes such as hydrogen production and synthetic gas production in oil refineries. Naphtha is also used as a premium raw material in the petrochemical industry. It is necessary for the production of basic chemicals such as ethylene and propylene. It is also used in many industries such as plastic, rubber, resin and paint production.

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