January 2022
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Ranking anti-agglomerant efficiency for gas hydrates through molecular dynamic simulations

Computational methods were used to assess the capacity of four surfactant molecules. The experimental assessment, based on rocking cell measurements, determined the minimum effective dose necessary to inhibit agglomeration, enabling an efficient funnel for molecular optimization and customization.
Scot Bodnar / Clariant Jonathan Wylde / Clariant Juan Sarria / Clariant Remi Petuya / NEXTMOL Stephan Mohr / NEXTMOL

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