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Different Adsorption/Occlusion Properties of Asphaltenes Associated with Their Secondary Evolution Processes in Oil Reservoirs

Different Adsorption/Occlusion Properties of Asphaltenes Associated with Their Secondary Evolution Processes in Oil Reservoirs

Energy & Fuels 20(3): 1131-1136

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DOI: 10.1021/ef050355+

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