New insights into the interactions between asphaltene and a low surface energy anionic surfactant under low and high brine salinity.

New insights into the interactions between asphaltene and a low surface energy anionic surfactant... The hyperbranched chains on the tail of low surface energy surfactants (LSES) causes lowering of surface free energy and rock wettability alteration, offering significant improvement in oil recovery in asphaltene oil reservoirs. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of colloid and interface science Pubmed

New insights into the interactions between asphaltene and a low surface energy anionic surfactant under low and high brine salinity.

Journal of colloid and interface science, Volume 571: 11 – Apr 28, 2020
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New insights into the interactions between asphaltene and a low surface energy anionic surfactant under low and high brine salinity.

Journal of colloid and interface science, Volume 571: 11 – Apr 28, 2020

Abstract

The hyperbranched chains on the tail of low surface energy surfactants (LSES) causes lowering of surface free energy and rock wettability alteration, offering significant improvement in oil recovery in asphaltene oil reservoirs.
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DOI
10.1016/j.jcis.2020.03.018
pmid
32208201

Abstract

The hyperbranched chains on the tail of low surface energy surfactants (LSES) causes lowering of surface free energy and rock wettability alteration, offering significant improvement in oil recovery in asphaltene oil reservoirs.

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Journal of colloid and interface sciencePubmed

Published: Apr 28, 2020

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