Formation and properties of ice XVI obtained by emptying a type sII clathrate hydrate

@article{Falenty2014FormationAP,
  title={Formation and properties of ice XVI obtained by emptying a type sII clathrate hydrate},
  author={A. Falenty and T. Hansen and W. F. Kuhs},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2014},
  volume={516},
  pages={231-233}
}
Gas hydrates are ice-like solids, in which guest molecules or atoms are trapped inside cages formed within a crystalline host framework (clathrate) of hydrogen-bonded water molecules. They are naturally present in large quantities on the deep ocean floor and as permafrost, can form in and block gas pipelines, and are thought to occur widely on Earth and beyond. A natural point of reference for this large and ubiquitous family of inclusion compounds is the empty hydrate lattice, which is usually… Expand
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