By Bert B. Williams, John L. Gidley, Robert S. Schechter

SPE Monograph quantity 6. This monograph has been ready to function a simple reference for either the sector and examine engineer attracted to constructing a primary knowing of the acidizing approach and tactics for designing acid remedies to extend good productiveness.

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