alexa Surfactant for Enhanced Oil Recovery

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Surfactant for Enhanced Oil Recovery

This investigation considers black liquors (BL) as candidates for chemical enhanced oil recovery (EOR) process. These BLs were effluents from paper mills. The main constituent of BL is sodium lignosulfonate, an anionic surfactant. Results show that these anionic surfactants may be the preferred candidates for EOR as they may be effective in creating low interfacial tension (IFT) at dilute concentrations without requiring an alkali or a co-surfactant.


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