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The hydrate film properties and growth law at the interface between water phase and hydrate former (guest) phase are of significance to the overall study of hydrate formation kinetics and for developing methods to promote or inhibit the hydrate formation with respect to different industrial...
The extensive use of surfactants in a wide range of household, technological and commercial applications usually involves mixtures of surfactants. In such formulations different types of surfactants are blended to optimise different aspects of performance, and to produce greater flexibility in...
After a short introduction giving the definition of gas hydrates, their structures and their formation conditions and occurrences in nature, this article will focus on the thermodynamic properties and kinetics of gas hydrate formation. The article will inform about the state of knowledge...
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