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Clay mineralogy and unconventional hydrocarbon shale reservoirs in the USA. II. Implications of predominantly illitic clays on the physicochemical properties of shales

TitleClay mineralogy and unconventional hydrocarbon shale reservoirs in the USA. II. Implications of predominantly illitic clays on the physicochemical properties of shales
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsWilson MJ, Wilson L, Shaldybin MV
JournalEarth Science Reviews
Volume158
Pagination1-8

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