Molecular dynamics study of surfactant-modified water–carbon dioxide systems
Alternating water/ flooding is known to be very efficient for enhanced oil recovery, but is often economically infeasible for small sources. A similar effect can be achieved indirectly via injection of water– mixture with low molecular-weight emulsifiers with affinity for polar segments of residual hydrocarbons. To investigate the potential of this approach, we have performed molecular simulations of N-acetyl morpholine (NAM) and N-formyl morpholine (NFM) surfactants in liquid – systems at K and <
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