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  6. Conclusions

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- [Presenter] Okay, let me give a brief conclusions because shale rock is very heterogeneous in existence. So we use here that we first using the core structures, study the core structures by using the simultaneous neutron x-ray images. And we can identify the fractures, organic parts and minerals simultaneously inside the cores. And then also, this help us to do future simulation of those 3D hydrocarbon flows in core scales. And we can actually by probably inside the pressure cells, we can also really flows hydrocarbon through and then check the hydrocarbon pass inside the shale rock. And then we narrow downs our focus and to focus on the carO genes and we can using small-angle neutron scattering and the newly developed GPSLM method that we can determine the chemical heterogeneity of the samples and then, by we know that there is also structure heterogeneity such as porous distribution and then, we give you some ideals as to how hydrocarbon would depends on the pore sites. And so once you count through neutron scattering is a powerful tool to tackle many shale gas related topics and want to thank for my collaborators I want to especially Jin-Hong Chen that he and also Dan they are our collaborator in Aramco service company and so I want to that thank Bing Wong science and his in BT tool that neutron imaging and x-ray imaging stations and especially Jake and he really spent a lot of time with me and also I want to thank the help for my clicks to help me get the good data for small-angle neutron scattering especially even though you know he's my advisors in this and that he spent a lot of time to discuss with me and I want to thank for all your attentions and I will be happy to answer all your questions, thank you.