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Atomic and Nuclear Methods in Fossil Energy Research by J. S. Fruchter, C. L. Wilkerson, J. C. Evans, R. W. Sanders

By J. S. Fruchter, C. L. Wilkerson, J. C. Evans, R. W. Sanders (auth.), Royston H. Filby, B. Stephen Carpenter, Richard C. Ragaini (eds.)

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Sebor, I. Lang, 49. I. Lang, G. Sebor, V. Sychra, D. Kolikova, Chern. Acta, 84:299 (1976). 50. A. Nadkarni, Anal. Chem. 521929 (1980). 51. M. H. K. E. A. H. H. R. C. Ragaini, Anal. Chem. 43:1102 (1975). 52. R. Bonnet, F. Czechowski, Nature, 283:465 (1980). ~: ~dioana1. ~: ~. Chern, ~, 32 ;4:13 (1976}. Re~ 89:221 (1977). o. Weisser, Anal. TRACE ELEMENT COMPOSITION OF ATHABASCA TAR SANDS AND EXTRACTED BITUMENS F. S. Jacobs and R. H. Filby Nuclear Radiation Center Washington State University Pullman, Washington 99164 ABSTRACT The Athabasca Tar Sands represent a potential petroleum re$ource in excess of lOll bbl oil and thus form one of the world's major deposits of petroleum.

52. R. Bonnet, F. Czechowski, Nature, 283:465 (1980). ~: ~dioana1. ~: ~. Chern, ~, 32 ;4:13 (1976}. Re~ 89:221 (1977). o. Weisser, Anal. TRACE ELEMENT COMPOSITION OF ATHABASCA TAR SANDS AND EXTRACTED BITUMENS F. S. Jacobs and R. H. Filby Nuclear Radiation Center Washington State University Pullman, Washington 99164 ABSTRACT The Athabasca Tar Sands represent a potential petroleum re$ource in excess of lOll bbl oil and thus form one of the world's major deposits of petroleum. The deposits consist of sandstones impregnated with a viscous heavy bitumen similar to a very heavy petroleum.

F. (45). Normalization involving corrections for scattering from the sample cell was used. F. on wear metals determination in lubricating oils has been published (46). Atomic absorption spectrometry, both in flame and flameless mode, appear to be a powerful technique, as it can exhibit very good detection limits. Direct flame analysis may give erratic and inaccurate results as well as direct flameless analysis (47). The complexity of the matrix as well as the great differences between crudes make the signals dependent on the type of matrix, even with the use of electrothermal atomization.

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