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Kerogen model breakdown: Comments to Lerche (1991) and Liu and Lerche (1990)

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Nielsen, S.B., Burnham, A.K. Kerogen model breakdown: Comments to Lerche (1991) and Liu and Lerche (1990). Math Geol 25, 81–89 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00890677

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