Petr 3402 Lab #2

Petr 3402 Lab #2 - TA-4PETR 3402Reservoir Rock...

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Unformatted text preview: TA-4PETR 3402Reservoir Rock PropertiesExperiment 2: FluorescenceExperiment Date: 21stSeptember 2010Report Submission Date: 28thSeptember 2010Submitted By: Raymond HuppPartners Names:Executive Summary:In the following experiment my group and I took several samples of various rocks as well as oils and tested them for hydrocarbon remains via white light and ultraviolet light. In the first part, we observed nothing out of the ordinary of our materials in the white light. When we switched over to ultraviolet light it seemed that mineral two thru nine had some remnants of hydrocarbons. I could tell this by the green specks that were on the minerals themselves. When it came to the different types of oils that we had t ried oils four, five, six, eight, nine, ten, thirteen, fourteen, sixteen thru twenty all had some sort of hydrocarbon remain in them. For the second part of the experiment my group and I got to use drill shavings and Toluene to see if it had any hydrocarbons left in the shavings. Once toluene was added to the shavings, under ultraviolet light the shavings glowed; therefore, the shavings were packed full of hydrocarbons.I ntro:The purpose of this lab was to be able to describe your observations of the your chosen minerals plus hydrocarbons under both ultraviolet and white light. The second part of the experiment was to get the students familiar at light....
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Petr 3402 Lab #2 - TA-4PETR 3402Reservoir Rock...

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