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Kinetics of chloroform extraction of tar sand. Y.H. Khraisha. Internat. J. Energy Res., March 1997, 21(3), 201--207.

The main purpose of the study reported is to examine the effects of extraction time, temperature, and particle size on the bitumen yield at constant agitation and solid-solvent ratio, in addition to deriving the possible kinetic data of the extraction process. The results are presented and discussed. 9 refs.

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Journal title: International Journal of Energy Research

Keywords: asphalt, bitumen or tar -

Subjects: Bitumen - Oil sands -

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