Burning Ice from the Ocean Floor
Reactions Science Videos | April 24, 2018
This ice burns because it’s actually methane trapped in water. This week on Reactions, we talk about the chemistry of methane hydrates as a source of energy and a climate change threat. Learn more about our Earth Day celebration! www.acs.org/ccew
Climate change impacts on methane hydrates
Formation of methane hydrate
Methane Hydrates and Contemporary Climate Change
Gas Hydrate in Nature
The U.S. Geological Survey’s Gas Hydrates Project
Methane Hydrate: Fire, Ice, & a Huge Quantity of Potential Energy
USGS Gas Hydrates Lab
Direct Measure of the Hydration Number of Aqueous Methane
The interaction of climate change and methane hydrates
Formation and Dissociation Kinetics of Methane Hydrates in Seawater and Silica Sand
Key Findings of the World’s First Offshore Methane Hydrate Production Test off the Coast of Japan: Toward Future Commercial Production
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