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Current models and concepts of motor control represent the limb as a neuro-musculoskeletal system and rarely include other potentially important supporting tissues such as fascia and adipose tissue. It is possible that a normal complement of adipose tissue could contribute to the viscoelastic properties of supporting limbs and enhance stability during(More)
Massive chemical reactions are not expected when injecting CO(2) in siliceous sandstone reservoirs, but their performance can be challenged by small-scale reactions and other processes affecting their transport properties. We have conducted a core flooding test with a quartzarenite plug of Lower Cretaceous age representative of the secondary reservoir of(More)
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