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The comparison of the cumulative gas consumed from the gas phase and the cumulative gas reacted in the hydrate formation with time is similar to that of Figure 7. We can notice that, similarly to NETL run 2 non-isothermal case, the assumption of the amount of gas consumed during the induction and growth periods equaling to the gas reacted on the hydrate formation is not accomplished. 0378 moles for run 2 vs. 0370 for run 3). The differences in the total amount of gas consumed are caused by the different mixing speeds.