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Sorption, strain, and flow-related laboratory experiments combined with numerical modeling have been conducted with CO2 and other gases, including N2, CH4, H2, H2S, and SO2 on a variety of coal cores and coal powders to investigate the interplay of the parameters controlling storage, migration, and permeability changes during sequestration. The experiments include sorption isotherms, volumetric swelling or shrinkage of coal matrix during sorption (with a variety of gases on solid coal cores), N2 flow-through experiments on CH4-saturated coal cores, and N2 effects on permeability.


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