Content of nickel and vanadium in more than 120 crudes as function of specific gravity@15°C/60°F.
The figure is based on information from more than 120 crude oil assays from BP, ExxonMobile and Statoil (2008 - 2017). The crudes are produced all over the world. Each datapoint reperesents one specific oil. Each oil contains both nickel and vanadium.
See also Crude oil viscosity as function of gravity.
Material properties of gases, fluids and solids - densities, specific heats, viscosities and more.
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