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Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) has become a common way to estimate porosity and organic matter (OM) content within shale resource rocks. Since quantitative SEM analysis has emerged as a means for assessing the porosity of shale, a common goal has been to image polished samples at the highest possible resolutions. Because nanopores are visible at pixel resolutions ranging from 5 to 10 nm, it is natural to consider the possibility of a pore regime below 5 nm that could contribute a significant amount to the total porosity of the system. When considering that a molecule of methane gas is...

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