Advances in Chemical Engineering by Z. Nawaz, et. al.

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When the two are coaxial, one can observe a brightest and roundest spot over the RMO. Note the power of the green light from the mercury arc lamp least and ware a goggle glasses to protect eyes. (4) Obtain a least focal spot. Connect the micro-lens with the 3D adaptor, and also the fibre cable with the microlens. Switch on the spectrometer, let the exciting fibre guide the 550 nm green light out of the spectrometer and get to the micro-lens and then to the RMO. The RMO focuses the exciting light into a small spot and incident on the inclusion thin slide.

R. ,1991). Micro-fluorescence properties of OGIs, largely controlled by the aromatic characteristics of the hydrocarbons, are a signature of the organic chemical composition. This phenomenon was often used to distinguish OGIs from saltwater inclusions. By different fluorescence colours of OGIs, the oil and gas charge history and oil-gas maturity are qualitatively determined. And by the abundance of grains containing OGIs (GOI)(Liu, K. Y. & Eadington, 2005, as cited in Eadington, 1996), the petroleum characteristics of the corresponding strata can be qualitatively estimated.

Fig. 2. Interpolation error using Chebyshev polynomials for approximating preesure vs. 5 mole% of ethanol at different temperatures. Fig. 3. Interpolation error using Chebyshev polynomials for approximating preesure vs. density at different temperatures for an oil sample of the composition given in Table 2. After approximating the ( ) function using Chebyshev polynomials, it is necessary to find solutions for density values at the given pressure(s) and select those which are physically interpretable.

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