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In situ Analytical Microscopy of Asphaltene Aggregation and Growth

  • Nestor J. Zaluzec (a1) (a2), Arne Janssen (a2), Matthew A. Kulzick (a3) and M.G. Burke (a2)
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[1] Hesseini-Dastgerdi, , et al, Asia Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering 10 2014). p. 114.
[2] Dickie, & Yen, Analytical Chemistry 39 1967 18471852.
[3] Mullins, Energy & Fuels 24 2010). p. 21792207.
[4] Goual, L., et al, Langmuir 30 2014). p. 53945403.
[5] Janssen, , et al, Microsc. Microanal 22(Suppl 3 2016 796797. doi: 10.1017/S1431927616004839.
[6] We acknowledge BP for financial funding at University of Manchester. Part of this work was supported by Office of Science, Contract No. DE-AC02-06CH11357 in the Photon Sciences Division at Argonne National Laboratory.

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