Clathrate hydrates occur when water forms cages around natural gas molecules such as Methane. Nucleation refers to the process of cage formation by the water. Guest Coordination may provide the necessary cage stabilization. This poster graphically represents the nucleation process as well as cage geometry examples that utilize the concept of guest coordination for stability.
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