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(2020) Volatile Organic Sulfur Compounds in Petroleum Accumulations in the Santos Basin, Brazil

Souza I, Ferreira A, Ellis G, Díaz R & Albuquerque AL


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Submitted by Chunfang Cai on
It is interesting to use C1/(C2+C3) thiol and COS/sulfides ratios as a TSR proxy. My question is, H2S is considered as a TSR origin and some samples with higher H2S seem to have lower C1/(C2+C3) thiol and COS/sulfides ratios, and are considered as cracking of kerogen, which contradicts with H2S proxy. How to explain this?

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