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Adsorption damage and control measures of slick-water fracturing fluid in shale reservoirs

Fig. 1 Experimental integrating shale displacement unit and ultraviolet spectrophotometer.

With the increase of pH value, the adsorption capacity decreased gradually, the adsorption capacity increased first and then decreased with the increase of temperature, and the adsorption capacity was the largest at 45°C. The adsorption patterns of polymers on shale were described by scanning electron microscopy and magnetic resonance imaging.

Investigation of methane adsorption on chlorite by grand canonical Monte Carlo simulations

Investigation of methane adsorption on chlorite by grand canonical Monte Carlos Simulations

Abstract In this paper, the methane adsorption behaviours in slit-like chlorite nanopores were investigated using the grand canonical Monte Carlo simulation method, and the influences of the pore sizes, temperatures, water, and compositions on methane adsorption on chlorite were discussed. Our investigation revealed that the isosteric heat of adsorption of methane

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