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Twice hydrocarbon-generating mechanism of sporopollen during thermopressurized simulation


, : Twice hydrocarbon-generating mechanism of sporopollen during thermopressurized simulation. Shiyou Kantan yu Kaifa = Petroleum Exploration and Development 25(4): 10-14

The palynological and geochemical characteristics of gaseous, liquid and solid products produced during thermopressurized simulation of Pinus, the widely distributed sporopollen, have been studied, and the hydrocarbon-generation model of sporopollen has been presented in this paper. The model suggests that the sporopollen has two hydrocarbon- generation peaks, its inner matter (organs) contributes to the generation of early immature-low mature oil, and sporopollen is the main source matter for the mature oil.

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