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Q: What are the differences between the geologic processes by which petroleum and natural gas form and the way methane hydrates form?
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Are hydrates and an-hydrates different on a molecular level?

no they are not

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Can Copper Sulfate form multiple hydrates?

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Why cant all hydrates be heated?

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What is a description of geological energy?

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.

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What is an example of a geohazard?

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What has the author E Berecz written?

E. Berecz has written: 'Gas hydrates' -- subject(s): Hydrates, Gases

True or false Methane hydrates form within the ocean and are not expensive to obtain?

True and False. Methane hydrates form mostly under permafrost and ice caps, but some form in the ocean.Methane hydrates are expensive to obtain.

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hydrates us.