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Title: Thermodynamics of Alkanolamine + Water System
Authors: Kundu, Madhusree
Bandyopadhyay, S S
Keywords: Activity coefficient
Infinite dilution
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Citation: Chem. Eng. Comm., 194:1138–1159, 2007
Abstract: Design of gas treating processes requires the knowledge of vapour-liquid equilibrium behaviour of (acid gas + aqueous alkanolamine) system. Present study is focused on thermodynamics and associated non-ideal behaviour of binary MEA + H2O, DEA + H2O, and MDEA + H2O systems, which is required to predict the vapour-liquid equilibrium of acid gases such as CO2, H2S over aqueous alkanolamine solutions. Determination of binary interaction parameters, analytical prediction of infinite dilution activity coefficient, heats of solution at infinite dilution, the excess Gibbs free energy and excess enthalpy for non-ideal alkanolamine-water systems are the objectives of this study.
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