Laboratory measurements of viscosity, density, and bulk contact angle on marble and soda lime glass for three naphthenic acid + n-decane solutions

Xanat Zacarias Hernandez, Magali Christensen, Yukie Tanino (Corresponding Author), Olalekan O. Ajayi

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This paper presents static oil/brine contact angles measured using the sessile drop method on soda lime glass and polished marble. Pure n-decane and three 66 mM naphthenic acid solutions in n-decane were considered as model oils. Selected naphthenic acids were: cyclohexanecarboxylic acid (CHCA), cyclohexanebutyric acid (CHBA), and cyclohexanepentanoic acid (CHPA); all oils were dyed with Oil Red O (ORO) at a concentration of 0.9 mM. Also presented are complementary density and viscosity measurements by rotational viscometry at selected temperatures ranging from T = 16.00 to 28.00°C. For the application of the data to interpret microfluidic experiments, see Tanino et al. [1] and Christensen et al. [2].
Original languageEnglish
Article number103988
JournalData in brief
Volume24
Early online date10 May 2019
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2019

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Marble
Lime
Contact angle
Viscosity
Glass
Acids
Viscosity measurement
Microfluidics
Oils
Experiments

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