Carbon Measurement of Oil Shale

Oil shale is a type of sedimentary rock that has a high content of hydrocarbons. Oil shale gas is the gas obtained from oil shale by heating/pyrolysis (thermal cracking) and is expected to be an important energy source. A method for measuring the carbon content of oil shale had long been considered necessary.
This article introduces a measurement result of powdered oil shale by the direct carbon combustion method using Shimadzu TOC-L total organic carbon analyzer and SSM-5000A solid sample combustion unit.

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Total Organic Carbon Analysis, TOC Analysis
Solid sample, metal, iron and steel, nonferrous metals, aluminum, wire, stainless, precious metal, organic matter, residue, residual oil, quantitation, direct carbon combustion method, shale, rock, oil shale, stone, soil, Electronics, Electronic, Environment, New Energy, Hydrocarbon Processing Industry (Petrochemical, Chemical), Soil, Fertilizer, Waste Material Test, Glass, Cement, Ceramics, Other inorganic material, Flavor and Fragrance, Cosmetics, Toiletry, Metals, Photovoltaic cell, Li-ion Battery, TOC-L
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