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The distribution of nanometer-size pores in ten selected Eagle Ford Group, Haynesville, Marcellus, and Barnett shale samples was similar when comparing relative numberical abundances of maximum pore diameters but not when comparing relative abundances of pore areas (pore sizes). Differences also existed between units in the association of pores with organic material. Pores were measured on argon-ion-milled (AIM) samples and examined with a field emission environmental scanning electron microscope (SEM). One Haynesville sample was also evaluated using a focused ion beam (FIB) SEM to compare to the AIM results. With the AIM samples, pore types were subdivided into three...

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