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Bubble-Solid Surface Interactions. Edition No. 1
VDM Publishing House, March 2010, Pages: 156
Canada has the largest known reserve of oil in the world in the form of oil sands: an estimated 1.7 to 2.5 trillion barrels of oil are deposited in combination of the sand, water and clay. The presented research is devoted to bubble-solid surface interaction, which is one of the critical areas of the oil sand processing and it is also a key point for many other processing technologies, such as mineral recovery, froth flotation, soil remediation, de inking of paper, heat transfer in boilers tube, biological and medical sciences.
Aref, Seyyed Najafi.
Aref Seyyed Najafi was born in Uromieh city of Iran. He received his BSc in Chemical Engineering in Iran and had been involved with petrochemical industry for several years. He continued his education in Canada, where he received MEng in Reservoir Engineering with University of Calgary and PhD in Chemical Engineering with University of Alberta.