Experimental vapor-liquid equilibria for the carbon dioxide + octane, and carbon dioxide + decane systems from 313 to 373 K

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The study of systems containing CO2 + hydrocarbon is important for EOR, at the chemical, and petrochemical industries. A study on the application of supercritical CO2 to extract sulfur compounds from fuels was carried out, with emphasis on the phase behavior of the CO2 + alkane mixtures as complement of the previous papers. VLE for the CO2 + octane, and CO2 + decane systems were measured at 313-373 K. Very good agreement between both sets of data were obtained, even at conditions near to the critical point of the mixture where the system takes more time to stabilize. Data for the phase equilibria was correlated with the Peng-Robinson EOS with classical mixing rules, the binary interaction parameter was fitted to the VLE data, no temperature dependence was tested. The partitions coefficient for both systems had almost the same behavior. This is an abstract of a paper presented at the AIChE Annual Meeting and Fall Showcase (Cincinnati, OH 10/30/2005-11/4/2005).
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Experimental vapor-liquid equilibria for the carbon dioxide + octane, and carbon dioxide + decane systems from 313 to 373 K. / Jiménez-Gallegos, R.; Galicia-Luna, Luis A.; Elizalde-Solis, O.

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