A spectrographic analysis of oil well water brines is described, which allows the detection and measurement of a much larger number of elements than the chemical method usually employed, with a considerable saving of time. This larger number of correlation variables have been analyzed statistically and found to give correlations in many cases where the usual chemical tests were inadequate. It is proposed that the same methods may be applied to core analysis.

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