Effects of Displacement Efficiency of Surfactant Flooding in High Salinity Reservoir: Interfacial Tension, Emulsification, Adsorption
Key words: Key words: Surfactant; Interfacial tension; Emulsification; Adsorption; Displacement efficiency; Salinity
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