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Posted by Devin Boutte on Sunday, November 20, 2011 at 3:56am.

Larger amounts of methane, in the form CH4*6H20 is trapped at the bottom of the ceans in Clatharate compunds (formed when small molecules occupy the empty spaces in cage like structures). Calculate the mass of methane gas trapped with in one Kg of the hydrate

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