Want this question answered?
no they are not
hydrates are mainly used in artificial radioactivity and ............
Yes , it forms different hydrates .
because you can't eat all the hydrates
Geological energy is energy that appears normally in nature. Some examples are the energy released during: an earthquake; a lightning strike; tornado; or even ocean waves. Some of the most familiar geologic energy resources include: petroleum (oil, natural gas, natural gas liquids), coal, gas hydrates, geothermal resources, oil shale, oil sands, uranium, and heavy oil and natural bitumen.
Yes, all hydrates lose water after heating.
is the gas methae (hydrates)ba potetial energy source?
Submarine) LandslidesDebris flowsShallow gas accumulationOverpressured zones (including gas and shallow water flows)Naturally occurring gas hydrates and their climate-controlled meta-stabilityMud flows, diapirism and mud volcanism/mud volcanoesEarthquakes and seismicityTsunamis from tectonics and landslidesRock falls and landslides
E. Berecz has written: 'Gas hydrates' -- subject(s): Hydrates, Gases
True and False. Methane hydrates form mostly under permafrost and ice caps, but some form in the ocean.Methane hydrates are expensive to obtain.