In situ high temperature ESR measurements for kerogen maturation

@article{Bakr1991InSH,
  title={In situ high temperature ESR measurements for kerogen maturation},
  author={M. Bakr and M. Akiyama and Y. Sanada},
  journal={Organic Geochemistry},
  year={1991},
  volume={17},
  pages={321-328}
}
Abstract Kerogen samples from Middle Miocene mudstone cores in two Japanese exploratory wells have been investigated by an in situ high temperature ESR technique. Anhydrous pyrolysis of the kerogens results in four distinctstemperature stages in spin concentration (Ns). Ns increasessin the first and third at end of catagenesis is characterized only by two stages (third and fourth). These data are based on the formation and recombination of free radicals, and have been used to derive parameters… Expand
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