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G. W a s h b u r n e , 1919; Tarr, cited by Lockwood, 1925), in part because the correlation between fixed-carbon content and oil gravity was very imperfect in some areas (McCoy, 1921; H u m e , 1927; Russell, 1927; J o n e s , 1928). Dorsey (1927) acknowledged that the carbon-ratio theory w o r k e d , but suggested that facies variations in depositional environments accounted better for its efficacy than did thrusting. These objections proved minor, however, and in the intervening years additional evidence has b e e n amassed in support of the carbon-ratio theory.
1 - 10 Π 30 ΠΐΙΠπ 50 60 70 80 E (kcal/mole) a FIG. 5. Distribution of activation energies within each of the three principal kerogen types (see Fig. 3), according to Tissot and Espitalié, 1975. Relative numbers of bonds having each activation energy are represented along the vertical axis. Reprinted with permission. Powell and co-workers. " A l t h o u g h Fig. 6 shows that in an absolute sense generation begins in Type III kerogen earlier than in Type II, if the threshold for "effective" or " m e a s u r a b l e " generation is raised slightly (to value G in Fig.
6. Rate of hydrocarbon formation by programmed-temperature pyrolysis of kerogens of Types I, II and III. Time and temperature both increase to the right. From Tissot and Espitalié, 1975. Reprinted with permission. , 1980). g. D o w , 1977; Waples, 1980) have ignored, either explicitly or implicitly, differences in oil-generation rates. This approach is undoubtedly an oversimplification that should be eliminated by further research. Definitive data on this problem are badly n e e d e d now. E. Pressure T h e role of pressure in oil generation has never been rigorously considered.