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Natural Gas Hydrates, 3rd Edition by John Carroll

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Index

Page references followed by “f” indicate figures, “t” indicate tables.

A
Acid gases, 14
Acid gas mixtures, 254–255, 264
Additional reading, 16
Adsorption process, 184
Air, 45
American engineering units, 157–158, 186, 187f
Anticoagulants, 165–172
AQUAlibrium, 276–277
Average error (AE), 126
B
Benzene/ethylbenzene/toluene and xylenes (BTEX), 183
Boiling point, 64, 65f
Bukacek model, 269
N-Butane, 29
2-Butene, 30
C
Carbon dioxide, 285–286
Carbon storage, 308–309
Clapeyron approach, 234
Clapeyron-type equation, 234
Clausius–Clapeyron equation, 40, 288–289
Combating hydrates
buildings, 211
capital costs, 211–212
case studies, 212–216
depressurization, 207–209, 208f
melting plug with heat, 209–210
plug location, 211
plugs, 197–198
formation, 197–198
use of heat, 198–207
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