The instrumentation, the luminescence microprobe, and synchronously scanned luminescence spectroscopy technique described here can be used to classify microliter quantities of oil such as those in fluid inclusions in cements from petroleum reservoirs. It is primarily constructed to obtain synchronously scanned luminescence spectra from microscopic sized samples to characterize the organic classes of compounds that predominate. At present no other technique can so readily analyze a single oil‐bearing fluid inclusion. The data collected from the technique are pertinent to evaluating systems and providing quantitative data for solving problems in oil migration and maturation determinations, oil‐to‐oil and oil‐to‐source correlations, oil degradation, and episodes and chemistry of cementation.
Adaption of synchronously scanned luminescence spectroscopy to organic‐rich fluid inclusion microanalysis
John A. Musgrave, Russell G. Carey, David R. Janecky, C. Drew Tait; Adaption of synchronously scanned luminescence spectroscopy to organic‐rich fluid inclusion microanalysis. Rev. Sci. Instrum. 1 June 1994; 65 (6): 1877–1882. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.1144836
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