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Laboratory study of the effects of combustion gases on retorting of Green River oil shale with superheated steam
The leached zone of the Parachute Creek member of the Piceance Basin in the Green River Formation has a unique natural porosity that makes it a likely source for in-situ production of oil from oil
An X‐ray examination of internal corrosion products from power station boilers
The composition and structure of corrosion products from Power Station boilers have been investigated, mainly by X-ray diffraction methods, but employing also petrographic and polarising
Steam cracking of shale oil liquids
Shale oil liquids produced by steam pyrolysis of oil shales from Anvil Points and from the leached zone of the Parachute Creek member of the Green River Formation were cracked in the superheated
Society's notes
Obituary (continued from Vol. 6, page 167) 1949. Election of Fellows, 1949 Election of Foreign Members, 1949 Bequest Gift