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Thermodynamics of sulfurization reactions of petroleum






Geologiya Nefti i Gaza 2(Pages 22-27

Thermodynamics of sulfurization reactions of petroleum

Gibbs free energy values for 18 reactions, temperature range 200-700 degrees C, reactions with H (sub 2) S largely taking place during sedimentation and early diagenesis.

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