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Algorithm for determining optimum sequestration depth of CO2 trapped by residual gas and solubility trapping mechanisms in a deep saline formation



Algorithm for determining optimum sequestration depth of CO2 trapped by residual gas and solubility trapping mechanisms in a deep saline formation



Geofluids 8(4): 333-343




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DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-8123.2008.00221.x


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