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EC number: 930-690-7
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Table 1: Surface tension of the solvent
surface tension at temperature 20 °C, mN / m
1. parallel measurement
2. parallel measurement
3. parallel measurement
4. parallel measurement
water – measurement value
water – published value
Table 2: Surface tenston of the shale oil solution
tested water solution
Shale oils, heavy
Table 3: The amount of solved Shale oils, heavy in tested
solution, determined by the evapouration method
solved Shale oils, heavy in water at temperature 20°C, g/l
The surface tension of shale oils, heavy fraction was determined
according to the OECD ring method. The OECD 115 guideline and EU method
A.5. The study was performed according to the principles of GLP,
although the laboratory is not yet certificated.
The surface tension of aqueous
solution of Shale oils, heavy with concentration 0.046 g/l (determined
by method evaporation residue) is 52.299 ± 1.16 mN / m. Surface tension
of Shale oil, heavy is lower than 60 mN / m under the conditions of this
method, so it should be regarded as being surface-active material.
The surface tension of aqueous solution of Shale oils, heavy with concentration 0.046 g/l (determined by method evaporation residue) is 52.299 ± 1.16 mN / m. Surface tension of Shale oil, heavy is lower than 60 mN / m under the conditions of this method, so it should be regarded as being surface-active material.
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