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Progress in Petrochemical Science

Entropy Approach to Naphthide Systems

  • Open or CloseSimonyan G*

    Departament of Chemistry YSU, Armenia

    *Corresponding author: Simonyan G, Departament of Chemistry YSU, Armenia; gevorg.simonyan@ysu. am

Submission: December 26, 2020 Published: January 18, 2021

DOI: 10.31031/PPS.2021.04.000576

ISSN 2637-8035
Volume4 Issue1


It is shown that along with other geoinformation methods, one can also use the value of the Chenon entropy to assess the maturity of oil fields. It was found that in the series of naphthides natural gas →gas condensate → associated gas → oil, entropy increases, while geoecological syntropy decreases. It is curious that for natural gas H = 0.41, which indicates a high degree of freedom of the gas phase, while for oil the entropy and syntropy are approximately equal, which indicates that when oil is formed in a trap mainly from the mantle of a high-energy liquid, the structural formation organization is in equilibrium.

Keywords: Naphthides; Natural gas; Oil; Entropy; Shannon index

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