By Royston H. Filby, J. F. Branthaver
content material: Geochemistry of steel complexes in petroleum, resource rocks, and coals : an summary / Royston H. Filby and Gary J. Van Berkel --
Sedimentary porphyrins : unforeseen constructions, prevalence, and attainable origins / M. Inês Chicarelli, Surinder Kaur, and James R. Maxwell --
facts for porphyrins of bacterial and algal beginning in oil shale / R. Ocampo, H.J. Callot, and P. Albrecht --
explanation for the predominance of nickel and vanadium porphyrins within the geosphere / J.M.E. Quirke --
software of steel complexes in petroleum to exploration geochemistry / Jan F. Branthaver and Royston H. Filby --
Mechanisms fascinated about changing deoxophylloerythroetioporphyrin-etioporphyrin ratios in sediments and oils / A.J.G. Barwise --
iteration of nickel and vanadyl porphyrins from kerogen in the course of simulated catagenesis / Gary J. Van Berkel and Royston H. Filby --
Distribution of transition metals in north Alaskan oils / Joseph A. Curiale --
Metals in crude oils, asphaltenes, bitumen, and kerogen in Molasse Basin, southern Germany / Alfred V. Hirner --
Vanadyl porphyrin distribution within the Alberta oil-sand bitumens / Despina robust and Royston H. Filby --
Metalloporphyrins in lignite, coal, and calcite / Raymond Bonnett, Philip J. Burke, and Franciszek Czechowski --
impact of steel complexes in fossil fuels on commercial operations / Jan F. Branthaver --
response series of metallopetroporphyrins in the course of heavy residuum upgrading / John G. Reynolds, Wilton R. Biggs, and Susan A. Bezman --
Upgrading stories with Californian, Mexican, and center jap heavy oils / Geoffrey E. Dolbear, Alice Tang, and Eric L. Moorehead --
Modes of operation in hydrodemetallization / Frits M. Dautzenberg and Jacques C. De Deken --
Degradation of metalloporphyrins in heavy oils earlier than and through processing : results of warmth, air, hydrogen, and hydrogen sulfide on petroporphyrin species / Lillian A. Rankel --
Hydrodemetallization with phosphorus compounds over aluminas in a trickle-bed reactor / S.G. Kukes, A.W. Aldag, and S.L. Parrott --
features of vanadium complexes in petroleum prior to and after hydrotreating / S. Asaoka, S. Nakata, Y. Shiroto, and C. Takeuchi --
Characterization of humic subject linked to heavy minerals from oil sand / Abdul Majid and John A. Ripmeester --
suggestions for isolation and characterization of the geoporphyrins and chlorins / J.M.E. Quirke --
Molecular characterization of nickel and vanadium nonporphyrin compounds present in heavy crude petroleums and bitumens / Richard H. Fish, John G. Reynolds, and Emilio J. Gallegos --
Gel permeation chromatographic habit of metalloporphyrins from a rock extract / G. Šebor --
research of steel species in petroleum and tar sands utilizing the electron paramagnetic resonance and Fourier rework infrared strategies / W.R.M. Graham --
Axial coordination in nickel and vanadium porphyrins : temporary and distinction Raman spectroscopy / J.A. Shelnutt, E.W. Findsen, M.R. Ondrias, and ok. Alston --
interplay of Ni(II) complexes with Athabasca asphaltenes / S.N. Nguyen and Royston H. Filby --
team isolation of nickel and vanadyl porphyrins from crude oil utilizing macroporous silica gel / David H. Freeman, Rosalie M. Angeles, Katherine H. Freeman, Thomas C. Hoering, Joseph S. Flynn, Tracie A. Lango, and C.T. Homonay-Preyer.
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