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5. Gashydratvorkommen in der Natur

Author: Judith M. Schicks

Published in: Gashydrate – Eine Einführung in Grundlagenforschung und Anwendung

Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg

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Zusammenfassung

Kap. 5 gibt zunächst eine Übersicht, wo in der Natur die notwendigen Voraussetzungen für eine Gashydratbildung erfüllt sind und aus welchen Quellen die hydratbildenden Gase stammen können. In diesem Zusammenhang wird auch die Isotopenfraktionierung des Kohlenstoffs besprochen. Darauf basierend werden die verschiedenen Ansätze zur Abschätzung der globalen Hydratvorkommen und deren stark variierende Ergebnisse besprochen, bevor das Phänomen koexistierender Hydratphasen mit unterschiedlicher Struktur und Zusammensetzung in der natürlichen Umgebung erläutert wird. Abschließend werden die verschiedenen direkten und indirekten Methoden zum Nachweis von Gashydratvorkommen in der Natur beschreiben.
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Metadata
Title
Gashydratvorkommen in der Natur
Author
Judith M. Schicks
Copyright Year
2021
Publisher
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-62778-5_5

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