vitrinite


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vitrinite

[′vi·trə‚nīt]
(geology)
A maceral group that is rich in oxygen and composed of humic material associated with peat formation; characteristic of vitrain.
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max] and vitrinite reflectance (Ro) values of the Kucukkuyu Formation show that the formation had source rock potential.
SCOPE OF THE PANORAMA shale, natural gas, clastic rock, sedimentary rock, thermal maturity, oil shale, source rock, organic matter, upper paleozoic, coal bed, gas production, reservoir rock, vitrinite reflectance, organic carbon
with measured Vitrinite Reflectance ("Ro") exceeding 0.
Detailed vitrinite reflectance data have been presented for parts of the Matapedia and Maritimes basin complexes (Fig.
The consultancy also confirmed that the Ovoot coking coal presented as a value add blend coal - able to be blended with cheaper inert coals due its very high vitrinite content and good fluidity.
The same study concludes that, according to "basin modeling results, vitrinite reflectance measurements" and other indicators, "the main phase of oil formation in a central, deeply buried part of the South Caspian depression is at the depths of the PS, chiefly at the lower division".
Access to the laboratory is provided for users wishing to prepare samples taken for palynology processing, vitrinite reflectance, petrology, etc.
Board 03 A COMPARATIVE LOOK AT VITRINITE REFLECTANCE VALUES OBTAINED FROM MODELS AND MEASUREMENTS IN A STRATIGRAPHIC COLUMN NEAR THE JUAN DE FUCA RIDGE.
The prospects of a dry track bring the lightly-weighted Vitrinite right into it.
The same study concludes that, according to "basin modeling results, vitrinite reflectance measurements" and other indicators, "the main phase of oil formation (oil window) in central, deeply buried part of the South Caspian depression is at the depths of PS, chiefly at the lower division".