Formation of methane clathrate hydrates in coal moisture: Implications for coalbed methane resources and reservoir pressures

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SubjectAtmospheric temperature; Bituminous coal; Coal; Coal bed methane; Coal deposits; Coal gas; Coal storage; Dissociation; Driers (materials); Energy resources; Gases; Hydration; Methane; Moisture; Moisture determination; Nuclear magnetic resonance; Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy; Petroleum deposits; Porous materials; Storage (materials); X ray diffraction; Equilibrium pressure; Geothermal gradients; High moisture contents; In-situ moisture content; Macroporous materials; Methane clathrate hydrate; Nuclear magnetic resonance(NMR); Surface temperatures; Gas hydrates
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