Ambient Energy Matrix Isolation Spectroscopy: A Molecular Study of p-Toluenesulfonic Acid Solvation.

Khuu, Thien T.

2018

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  • Clathrate hydrates are water cages that incase hydrophobic gases, such as methane and CO2. They form under extreme conditions (pressure ranging from 9 to several thousand atm, and at cryogenic temperature). They occur naturally in the permafrost and on the continental shelf of the seabed (700 m) where the pressure is about 70 atm. Clathrates are estimated to contain a substantial amount of energy.... read more
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