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“…A rapid FT-IR method for distinguishing between diesel oil and fuel oil discharges to the sea has been proposed (Taki et al, 2011) (Hegazi, 2009). Nonetheless, these methods are not adequate to provide an unambiguous identification, thus they can be used only on a case to case basis or to complement chromatographic methods rather than as their substitute.…”
Section: Oil Fingerprinting and Weathering Effectsmentioning
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“…A rapid FT-IR method for distinguishing between diesel oil and fuel oil discharges to the sea has been proposed (Taki et al, 2011) (Hegazi, 2009). Nonetheless, these methods are not adequate to provide an unambiguous identification, thus they can be used only on a case to case basis or to complement chromatographic methods rather than as their substitute.…”
Section: Oil Fingerprinting and Weathering Effectsmentioning
“…Numerous research investigations have been conducted about tar balls and their impact on the environment . Most of the studies have focused on identification of the sources of tar balls that result in polluting several beaches across the world . El‐Gayar studied the influence/variation of chemical composition, fate of weathered oil residue, and source identification of tar balls through a comprehensive analysis .…”
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“…El‐Gayar studied the influence/variation of chemical composition, fate of weathered oil residue, and source identification of tar balls through a comprehensive analysis . Tar balls in the coast of Alexandria were analyzed by Hegazi to recognize their type and to assess the sources of the samples by using trace metals . Suneel et al .…”
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“…Various techniques, such as molecular markers and trace metal, have been used for tracing the sources of the pollutants. 2,3,6 However, no adequate information about determination of supersaturation of tar balls is found in the literature. This paper introduces new insight into the tar ball field by determining the supersaturation of tar balls that is formed as a result of anti-solvent addition.…”
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“…Outdated technology and activities, such as the exploitation of oil fields, pipeline construction, and traffic of large oil tankers, are the main causes contributing to the pollution in the coastal environment. Stranded tar balls seen on the beaches can be considered as rational evidence for oil pollution. …”
Section: Introductionmentioning