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Origin of anomalously stabilizing ice layers on methane gas hydrates near rock surface

15 March 2023

Another publication  from CoE ENSEMBLE3 has just been released in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics Royal Society of Chemistry. The article, titled "Origin of anomalously stabilizing ice layers on methane gas hydrates near rock surface," is co-authored by Mathias Boström, who recently joined the E3 team in Warsaw as a senior researcher.


The article was extremely well received and has been selected by PCCP Editors as a 2023 HOT PCCP article. As part of the 2023 HOT articles collection, this publication will be free to access until the end of May 2023.


🔗 Link to the article:  https://lnkd.in/dECkfH-h


The article explores the unique phenomenon of ice layers on methane gas hydrates near rock surfaces and investigates the factors that contribute to their stability. What makes this research particularly exciting is its potential practical applications. By gaining a deeper understanding of ice layer stability, we may be able to develop new technologies and methods for extracting methane from gas hydrates more efficiently and effectively. This could have significant implications for the energy industry and beyond.


Congratulations to Mathias and the team: Yang Li, Robert W. Corkery, Sol Carretero-Palacios, Kristian Berland, Victoria Esteso, Johannes Fiedler, Kimball A. Milton, Iver Brevik