Compound-specific hydrogen isotope analysis as a novel tool in petroleum geology: Examples of source-rock paleoenvironment, diagenetic alteration, hydrogen donnor, and biodegradation of petroleum hydrocarbons.


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222nd ACS Meeting, Chicago, USA..
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Andersen, N. , Schoell, M. , Carlson, R. , Schaeffer, P. , Bernasconi, S. , Hilary, A. P. , Klaas, C. and Hunkeler, D. (2001): Compound-specific hydrogen isotope analysis as a novel tool in petroleum geology: Examples of source-rock paleoenvironment, diagenetic alteration, hydrogen donnor, and biodegradation of petroleum hydrocarbons. , 222nd ACS Meeting, Chicago, USA. .


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