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Chemical that reduces the viscosity of a fluid by breaking long-chain molecules into shorter segments. Drilling fluids are commonly emulsified or contain long-chain molecules that have sufficient viscosity to carry cuttings to surface. After the drilling fluid has done its job, a breaker may be added to reduce the viscosity of the fluid by breaking down the long chain molecules into shorter molecules. A surfactant may be added to an emulsion to reduce its viscosity.
Emulsion Breaker

In the oil and gas sector, emulsions are broken apart using a chemical called a demulsifier. When oil and water combine, an emulsion is created. This can happen naturally during oil production or by adding water to the drilling process, creating an emulsion. When producing oil, emulsions can be problematic because they can accumulate in pipes and on processing equipment,

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