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Precipitation, Fractionation and Characterization of Asphaltenes from Heavy and Light Crude Oils. ; (2001). Effects of Asphaltenes and Resins on Foamability of Heavy Oil. ; Soares, J. B. (2006). Pavimentação Asfáltica: Formação básica para engenheiros. , (1837). Ann. Chem. Phys. (64), 141. Cited by Sheu (2002) C. Ijogbemeye Oseghale and F. O. Ebhodaghe, (2001). Asphaltene Deposition and Remediation in Crude Oil Production: Solubility Technique. Journal of Engineerind and Applied Scinces 6 (4): 258-261, 2011 Caldas, J.
Stabilization of a drop of water. Source: Lee, 1999. Several studies demonstrate the importance of asphaltenes, resins and paraffins existing in crude oil in the promotion and stabilization of emulsions of water-in-oil. 9. Case study Petrobras has about 65% of the area of its offshore exploration blocks in water depths greater than 400m, consequently it is increasing its activities in exploratory drilling in ever deeper waters, resulting in emulsions in almost all phases of production and processing of oil.
Adsorption of Crude Oil on Surfaces Using Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation (QCM-D) under Flow Conditions. 3, pp. C. & Solbakken, T. (2007). Asphaltenes-Problematic but Rich in Potential. 2, pp. ; Bostrom, N. C. (2005). High-Q Ultrasonic Determination of the Critical Nanoaggregate Concentration of Asphaltenes and the Critical Micelle Concentration of Standard Surfactants. 7, pp. C. N. (2006). Diffusivity of Asphaltene Molecules by Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy. 26, pp. 8093–8097 ASTM D3279-07.