The application of the polyaromatic sulfonates as tracers in geothermal reservoirs

Methods were developed for the chemical analysis of the polyaromatic sulfonates and their detection limits were shown to be approximately 200 parts per trillion by conventional high-performance liquid chromatography. The tracers were successfully tested in a series of field studies at Dixie Valley, Nevada; Steamboat Springs, Nevada; Ohaaki, New Zealand; and Awibengkok, Indonesia.

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Citation Date 2014-10-10T21:16:56Z

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Original ID 90e5aa8a743c04160c055efb02805837
Index Date 2001-07-12T00:00:00
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Authors

Name Walter R. Benoit
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Name Phaedra M. Kilbourn
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Organization Energy and Geoscience Institute at the University of Utah
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Name Peter E. Rose
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Organization Energy and Geoscience Institute at the University of Utah
Email prose@egi.utah.edu

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Name Alexandra Reid
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Organization Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology
Email alex.e.reid@gmail.com

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