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Energy Fuels : & Fuels Issues 115 Research Articles in Oct. 19, 2017, Edition

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11/10/2017 | 09:19pm CEST

WASHINGTON, Nov. 10 -- Energy and Fuels, a peer-reviewed scientific journal from the American Chemical Society, published 115 research articles on the following topics in its Oct. 19, 2017, edition. The following is a selection of those topics:

1) Experimental Investigation of the Transformation of Oil Shale with Fracturing Fluids under Microwave Heating in the Presence of Nanoparticles. Coauthors: Zhaozhong Yang, Jingyi Zhu, Xiaogang Li, Dan Luo, Shuangyu Qi, and Min Jia (pp 10348-10357)

2) Fractal Analysis of Pore Network in Tight Gas Sandstones Using NMR Method: A Case Study from the Ordos Basin, China. Coauthors: Xinhe Shao, Xiongqi Pang, Hui Li, and Xue Zhang (pp 10358-10368)

3) Demulsifier Performance and Dehydration Mechanisms in Colombian Heavy Crude Oil Emulsions. Coauthors: Diego Pradilla, Jeferson Ramirez, Fabio Zanetti, and Oscar Alvarez (pp 10369-10377)

4) Impact of Different Experimental Heating Rates on Calculated Hydrocarbon Generation Kinetics. Coauthors: Yuanyuan Ma, Tingting Cao, Lloyd Snowdon, Menhui Qian, Qigui Jiang, Maowen Li, Nicolaj Mahlstedt, and Brian Horsfield (pp 10378-10392)

5) Coal-on-a-Chip: Visualizing Flow in Coal Fractures. Coauthors: Alireza Gerami, Ryan T. Armstrong, Benjamin Johnston, Majid Ebrahimi Warkiani, Nader Mosavat, and Peyman Mostaghimi (pp 10393-10403)

6) Evolution of Pore and Fracture Structure of Oil Shale under High Temperature and High Pressure. Coauthors: Yide Geng, Weiguo Liang, Jian Liu, Mengtao Cao, and Zhiqin Kang (pp 10404-10413)

7) Organic Matter Characterization of Shale Rock by X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy: Adventitious Carbon Contamination and Radiation Damage. Coauthors: Antonela Canneva, Ivan S. Giordana, Georgina Erra, and Alejandra Calvo (pp 10414-10419)

8) Reservoir Characterization of Tight Sandstones Using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Incremental Pressure Mercury Injection Experiments: Implication for Tight Sand Gas Reservoir Quality. Coauthors: Xinhe Shao, Xiongqi Pang, Fujie Jiang, Longlong Li, Yuying Huyan, and Dingye Zheng (pp 10420-10431)

9) Geochemical Characteristics and Genesis of Oil-Derived Gas in the Jingbian Gas Field, Ordos Basin, China. Coauthors: Wenxue Han, Shizhen Tao, Lianhua Hou, and Jingli Yao (pp 10432-10441)

10) Swelling of Shales: A Multiscale Experimental Investigation. Coauthors: L. L. Wang, G. Q. Zhang, Simon Hallais, A. Tanguy, and D. S. Yang (pp 10442-10451)

11) Assessment of the Fuel Composition Impact on Black Carbon Mass, Particle Number Size Distributions, Solid Particle Number, Organic Materials, and Regulated Gaseous Emissions from a Light-Duty Gasoline Direct Injection Truck and Passenger Car. Coauthors: Tak W. Chan, David Lax, Garry C. Gunter, Jill Hendren, Joseph Kubsh, and Rasto Brezny (pp 10452-10466)

12) Asphaltene Deposition Preference and Permeability Reduction Mechanisms in Oil Reservoirs: Evidence from Combining X-ray Microtomography with Fluorescence Microscopy. Coauthors: Xiao Feng, Jianhui Zeng, Yong Ma, Kaiyu Jia, Juncheng Qiao, Yongchao Zhang, and Sen Feng (pp 10467-10478)

13) Evaluation of Acid Fracturing Treatments in Shale Formation. Coauthors: Tiankui Guo, Yanchao Li, Yong Ding, Zhanqing Qu, Naicheng Gai, and Zhenhua Rui (pp 10479-10489)

14) Characterization of Full-Sized Pore Structure and Fractal Characteristics of Marine-Continental Transitional Longtan Formation Shale of Sichuan Basin, South China. Coauthors: Jizhen Zhang, Xianqing Li, Qiang Wei, Kexin Sun, Guangwu Zhang, and Feiyu Wang (pp 10490-10504)

15) Steam Gasification of Thermally Extracted Ash-Free Coals: Reactivity Effects Due to Parent Raw Coals and Extraction Solvents. Coauthors: Lia Priscilla, Yongjin Kong, Jiho Yoo, Hokyung Choi, Youngjoon Rhim, Jeonghwan Lim, Sangdo Kim, Donghyuk Chun, Sihyun Lee, and Youngwoo Rhee (pp 10505-10514)

16) Molecular Simulation of the Catalytic Cracking of Hexadecane on ZSM-5 Catalysts Based on Reactive Force Field (ReaxFF). Coauthors: Zhuojun Chen, Peng Zhao, Ling Zhao, and Weizhen Sun (pp 10515-10524)

17) Investigation of Chemical-Foam Design as a Novel Approach toward Immiscible Foam Flooding for Enhanced Oil Recovery. Coauthors: S. M. Hosseini-Nasab and P. L. J. Zitha (pp 10525-10534)

18) Characteristics of Thermal Bitumen Structure as the Pyrolysis Intermediate of Longkou Oil Shale. Coauthors: Jian Shi, Yue Ma, Shuyuan Li, and Lei Zhang (pp 10535-10544)

19) Pyrolysis of a Low Asphaltene Crude Oil under Idealized in Situ Combustion Conditions. Coauthors: Qianghui Xu, Hang Jiang, Desheng Ma, Xi Chen, Jia Huang, and Lin Shi (pp 10545-10554)

20) Mechanistic Study of Water Droplet Coalescence and Flocculation in Diluted Bitumen Emulsions with Additives Using Microfluidics. Coauthors: Arash Nowbahar, Kathryn A. Whitaker, Adam K. Schmitt, and Tzu-Chi Kuo (pp 10555-10565)

21) Thermogravimetric Determination and Pyrolysis Thermodynamic Parameters of Heavy Oils and Asphaltenes. Coauthors: Alexandra Boytsova, Natalia Kondrasheva, and Jorge Ancheyta (pp 10566-10575)

22) Adsorption Behavior of Asphaltenes and Resins on Kaolinite. Coauthors: Aristeidis Tsiamis and Spencer E. Taylor (pp 10576-10587)

23) Long-Term Dynamics of Microbial Communities in a High-Permeable Petroleum Reservoir Reveals the Spatiotemporal Relationship between Community and Oil Recovery. Coauthors: Zhiyong Song, Fengmin Zhao, Gangzheng Sun, and Weiyao Zhu (pp 10588-10597)

24) Paleoenvironment and Its Control of the Formation of Oligocene Marine Source Rocks in the Deep-Water Area of the Northern South China Sea. Coauthors: Wenhao Li and Zhihuan Zhang (pp 10598-10611)

25) Synthesis of Additives Based on Polyethylenimine Modified with Non-ionic Surfactants for Application in Phase Separation of Water-in-Oil Emulsions. Coauthors: Aline V. Souza, Mariana T. Mendes, Sara T. S. Souza, Luiz C. M. Palermo, Priscila F. Oliveira, and Claudia R. E. Mansur (pp 10612-10619)

The complete Oct. 19, 2017, edition of Energy & Fuels can be viewed at http://pubs.acs.org/toc/enfuem/current

This document was created on: Nov. 10, 2017

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