There has been significant research attention in recent years on gas hydrates, which consist of hydrogen bonding on water molecules. In particular, the creation of methane hydrate, consisting of water and methane gas, has been confirmed in various parts of the world and is expected to provide a next-generation energy resource; the properties of gas hydrates mean they can also be used to store and separate gases. However, the phase change processes of gas hydrates are still not completely understood.

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