Bostrom, Mathias; Corkery, Robert; Lima, Eduardo R. A.; Malyi, O.I.; Buhmann, Stefan; Persson, Clas; Brevik, Iver; Parsons, Drew; Fiedler, Johannes
Gas hydrates formed in oceans and permafrost occur in vast quantities on Earth representing both a massive potential fuel source and a large threat in climate forecasts. They have been predicted to be important on other bodies in our solar systems such as Enceladus, a moon of Saturn. CO2-hydrates likely drive the massive gas-rich water plumes seen and sampled by the spacecraft Cassini, and the source of these hydrates is thought to be due to buoyant gas hydrate particles. Dispersion forces can...[Show more]
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