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Crystallization Temperature
Corrosion Control
Reduction of Fluid Loss
Each of the sections in this chapter represents a small sampling of a field of applied science or technology. Only those aspects that are directly applicable to clear brine fluids and their application to oil and gas well completion and workover operations have been presented here. A vast body of literature exists for each of these disciplines outside the context of this manual. The best sources of additional information are the publications of professional societies such as the following: 
Organization Web site
American Petroleum Institute (API)
Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)
NACE International - The Corrosion Society (NACE)
The Filtration Society
American Filtration & Separations Society (AFS)

The previous list represents only a few of the many valuable energy industry resources available. If you have a deeper interest in a particular field, these organizations will be your best starting point.

In addition, TETRA will endeavor to improve and update the online edition of the Engineered Solutions Guide for Clear Brine Fluids and Filtration, Second Edition. All of us who have invested time and energy developing this manual hope you will find it the preferred guide when you are planning a well or heading for the field. Your corrections, comments, and suggestions regarding this document are always welcome, as we realize that a work such as this can always be improved.

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