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oil-field brine[′ȯil ¦fēld ‚brīn]
Connate waters, usually containing a high concentration of calcium and sodium salts and found during deep rock penetration by the drill.
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It is well known that there are plentiful of brine resources containing abundant boron all over the world, including salt lake brine, underground brine, oil-field brine
, and so on.
Holliman, Typical Oil-Field Brine Conditioning Systems for Preparing Brine for Subsurface Injection, Report of Investigation no.
McMillion, "Hydrological Aspects of Disposal of Oil-Field Brines in Texas," Ground Water 3 (Oct.