Equilibrium Studies on the System H2O-H2O2-CO(NH2)2-C3H8


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The phase equilibrium of the quaternary system H2O-H2O2-CO(NH2)2-C3H8 with gas hydrate formation had been studied at high pressure and low temperature. The temperature and pressure of gas hydrate formed from different hydrogen peroxide concentration aqueous were determined at adding surfactants and no surfactants separately. It was concluded that the equilibrium pressure of gas hydrate formation was increasing with the increase of the hydrogen peroxide concentration, the urea concentration and the temperature, the mother liquor amount entrained in the gas hydrate after liquid separation by sinking was very high when surfactants was not added, but the equilibrium pressure of gas hydrate formation was decreased and the mother liquor amount entrained in gas hydrate was also decreased when surfactants was added to the system. In addition, the equilibrium pressure of gas hydrate formation in the quaternary system H2O-H2O2-CO(NH2)2-C3H8 was calculated according to Chen-Guo thermodynamic model, improved UNIFAC mathematical equation and Aasberg-Peterson fugacity coefficient model. The calculated data was in agreement with the experiment data.



Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 233-235)

Edited by:

Zhong Cao, Lixian Sun, Xueqiang Cao, Yinghe He






Y. M. Gao et al., "Equilibrium Studies on the System H2O-H2O2-CO(NH2)2-C3H8", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 233-235, pp. 1690-1693, 2011

Online since:

May 2011




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