CO2 solubility measurement and thermodynamic modeling for 1-methylpiperazine/water/CO2

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Fluid Phase Equilibria, ISSN: 0378-3812, Vol: 394, Page: 118-128

Publication Year:
2015
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DOI:
10.1016/j.fluid.2015.03.021
Author(s):
Han Li, Yann Le Moullec, Jiahui Lu, Jian Chen, Jose Carlos Valle Marcos, Guofei Chen, Fabrice Chopin
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Elsevier BV
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Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy
article description
An accurate thermodynamic model is the primary element needed for the process simulation and optimization for CO absorption in aqueous amine solutions. In this work, the thermodynamic model was built in Aspen Plus, using the electrolyte nonrandom two-liquid (ENRTL) activity coefficient model to represent vapor pressure and heat capacity data, simultaneously, for amine, vapor-liquid equilibrium (VLE), excess enthalpy (H), and pKa data for amine/HO, and CO solubility data for amine/CO/HO. The cyclic diamine 1-methylpiperazine (1MPZ) is a promising amine for CO capture. CO solubility was measured for 1MPZ aqueous solutions at three concentrations - 10wt%, 30wt%, and 40wt% and four temperatures - 313.15K, 343.15K, 373.15K, and 393.15K. The excess enthalpy for 1MPZ+HO was obtained by the Setaram C80 calorimeter at 303.15K and 323.15K, within a whole mole-fraction range. The interaction parameters of nonrandom two-liquid model (NRTL) and ENRTL, along with the standard state properties of amine ions - protonated 1MPZ (1MPZH, 1MPZH), 1MPZ carbamate (1MPZCOO), and protonated 1MPZ carbamate (H1MPZCOO) - were regressed from data obtained from this work as well as literature, which agreed with the model calculation.

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