Application Of A Geochemical Model To The Prediction Of The Chemistry Of Extracts From Non-Recarbonated And Recarbonated Spent Shales

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245 10|aApplication Of A Geochemical Model To The Prediction Of The Chemistry Of Extracts From Non-Recarbonated And Recarbonated Spent Shales
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100 1 |aK.J. Reddy <br> J.T. Drever<br> V.R. Hasfurther|ecreator
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520 |aOil shale contains mainly kerogen and carbonate minerals. Oil is recovered from the oil shale by thermally degrading the kerogen at elevated temperatures, which results in production of large amounts of oil shale solid waste (spent shale). During the processing of oil shale, high emperatures decompose carbonate minerals, and the pH of spent shale extracts approaches 12.0. This modifies the solubility relationships of major and trace elements. The mineral reactions that control ca2+ and Mg2+ solubilities are important because they can explain the high alkalinity associated with spent shale extracts...
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