Laboratory synthesis of pure methane hydrate suitable for measurement of physical properties and dec

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  title={Laboratory synthesis of pure methane hydrate suitable for measurement of physical properties and dec},
  author={Lewis Stern and Stephen H. Kirby and William B. Durham and Susan Circone and William F. Waite},
  year={2000}
}
An oil burner comprising an oil/air jet nozzle has a central oil orifice and an outer air orifice; a chamber for oil connected through a control valve to the central orifice; means for supplying air under pressure through a pressure responsive switch and a control valve to the outer orifice, for atomizing oil from the central orifice; means for supplying combustion air through a conduit around the nozzle; an electrically operated ignition means adjacent the nozzle; means for detecting the… CONTINUE READING

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