This would, in effect, set off the "carbon bombs" lying quietly in the permafrost and the marine clathrate
An ovate, Spherical or irregularly lobed, saccate and clathrate
colony of numerous spherical cells, densely aggregated within a hyaline gelatinous matrix.
5 mm, appressed, ovate to lanceolate, brown, lustrous, not clathrate
, not bullate; basal basiscopic pinnules of medial pinnae not enlarged or overlapping the lamina rachis; costules abaxially glandular, puberulent, and sparsely scaly, the hairs, scales, and glands like those of the pinna rachises, adaxially with similar indument but the hairs 0.
Methane Hydrates in Quaternary Climate Change: The Clathrate
Gun Hypothesis 6-7 (2003).
Huge amounts of methane clathrate
are stored under the icy permafrost layer beneath the Arctic Ocean floor.
Hereinto, the tetran-butyl-ammonium bromide (TBAB) clathrate
hydrate slurry (CHS) was believed to be a promising high-density latent-heat carrying medium (Ogoshi et al.
Using a technique called differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), Ben's team has demonstrated that certain small molecules can prevent clathrate
formation at one third the concentration of commercial products.
for viable gas storage media, clathrates
may offer an
The fruits of these efforts are disseminated through the NIST Sandard Reference Data Program  as the Clathrate
Hydrate Physical Property Database (SRD #156).
The book's four chapters cover clathrate
hydrate crystallization for clean energies, mitigating corrosion in tropical climates, the application of D-statistics based tests of randomness and trend to electrochemical observations, and the preparation of multiblock copolymers with self-assembly assisted polypolymerization (SAAP).
Effects of water in synthetic lubricant systems and clathrate
formation: a literature search and review.
Shell sculpture coarsely clathrate
, shell interior with transparent zones.
They won't exactly increase the attractiveness of the clathrate
has developed solid-state methanol by using a clathrate
compound technology created in its main water processing business.
To Durham and USGS geophysicists Laura Stern and Stephen Kirby, the peculiar ice was primarily a curious sideshow to the main aim of their research - perfecting a way of producing something called methane clathrate