Geochemistry of Clay-Pore Fluid Interactions

Un libro in lingua di Manning D. A. C. (EDT) Hall P. L. Hughes Christopher R. (EDT) Manning D. A. C. Hall P. L. (EDT) edito da Kluwer Academic Pub, 1993

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Proceedings of a conference held at Burlington House, England in September 1990. The presence of clay minerals in hydrocarbon reservoirs greatly affects the efficiency of petroleum production, and they are important in hydrothermal ore-forming processes. In engineered environments, the low permeability of clay is exploited to isolate the products of waste disposal. Examples of how active research bears on current problems vary from computer simulation of the atomic structure of clays at the molecular level, through to experimental studies of clay mineral instability in surface environments, to evidence for clay-fluid interactions in natural mudrocks and chemical studies of pore waters from clay sequences adjacent to radioactive waste disposal sites. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

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