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Melt viscosity reduction and possibly interfacial surface tension are altered by the addition of carbon dioxide.
When introduced into an emulsion, PetroLuxus[TM] 500 disperses rapidly while eliminating the interfacial surface tension between oil and other materials such as water, metals, dirt, sediments, and other contaminants.
PetroLuxus[TM] has a unique affinity for hydrocarbons that disperses rapidly upon treatment eliminating the interfacial surface tension between hydrocarbons and all matter it contacts including sand, clay, rock, shale.