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For comparison purposes, the hydrate locus of methane is also plotted. Note that significantly higher pressures are required to form a hydrate with nitrogen than with methane. 5 Ethylene The hydrate locus for ethylene has been investigated several times. The hydrate locus for ethylene is plotted on Fig. 6. The shape of the hydrate locus is a little unusual, when compared with the hydrate loci of other common hydrate forming gases, such as methane, ethane, propane, carbon dioxide, and hydrogen sulfide.
High degree of occupancy. The values given in the tables are essentially the 100% saturation values. 1 The compositions of the hydrate are estimated from a combination of experimental data, computer software, and the crystal structure of the hydrate. The water content of the nonaqueous phases is given in different units in Appendix A. The reader should not read too much into the magnitudes of the compositions of the nonaqueous phases. com). AQUAlibrium is discussed briefly in Chapter 10. 4 The Hydrate Loci for Several Components Found in Natural Gas (American Engineering Units).
Natural Gas Hydrates. A Guide for Engineers by John Carroll