Effect of adipic acid on absorption and desorption of CO2 with MEA solution

Du, Min, Zhang, Li and Bo, Feng (2011) Effect of adipic acid on absorption and desorption of CO2 with MEA solution. Huagong Xuebao/CIESC Journal, 62 2: 412-419.

Author Du, Min
Zhang, Li
Bo, Feng
Title Effect of adipic acid on absorption and desorption of CO2 with MEA solution
Journal name Huagong Xuebao/CIESC Journal
ISSN 0438-1157
Publication date 2011-02-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 62
Issue 2
Start page 412
End page 419
Total pages 8
Language chi
Subject 1600 Chemistry
1500 Chemical Engineering
Abstract Some experiments were conducted to investigate the effect of addition of adipic acid on absorption and desorption processes of CO in MEA solutions. For the desorption of CO in MEA with concentration of 0.4 mol · L, the energy consumption was decreased by addition of adipic acid, and the desorption rate was improved. The absorption capacity of lean solvents was decreased in the second absorption processes, but only a small difference (< 7%) was observed between the amounts of CO absorbed in lean solvents with/without addition of adipic acid. When the same amount of adipic acid was added directly into the MEA solvent at the beginning of absorption process, the absorption capacity for CO decreased. For the MEA solutions with higher concentrations (7 mol · L and 12 mol · L), and the decreases in the absorption capacity resulted from the addition of adipic acid was less as the concentration increased, the energy consumption for desorption decreased considerably, and the desorption rate increased. By comparison of the effect on absorption and desorption of CO, it is concluded that addition of adipic acid is effective to reduce the energy requirement in solvent absorption of CO.
Keyword Adipic acid
CO absorption
CO desorption
MEA
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

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