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Petroleum component structures and their interaction potentials define the reactivity of petroleum system. A universal criterion is that petroleum systems are mostly multiphase and heterogeneous with highly developed interfaces. The degree of dispersity is inversely proportional to a characteristic linear scale of inclusions. The degree of dispersity is a kernel of classification of disperse systems and should be accounted for as an additional variable in all equations describing the thermodynamic state of a system.
Crude Oil Emulsions - Composition, Stability, Characterization by M. Abdel-Raouf