Phase equilibria for Kr hydrate formed with 2,2-dimethylbutane, methylcyclohexane and 1-methylpiperidine

Yugo Ohfuka, Naruki Fukushima, Zheguang Chen, Masao Fukuda, Satoshi Takeya, Ryo Ohmura

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This paper reports the thermophysical properties of hydrates in the (krypton + 1-methylpiperidine, 2,2-dimethylbutane or methylcyclohexane + water) system. Phase equilibrium conditions were measured in the temperature ranges from 274.6. K to 297.3. K at the corresponding equilibrium pressures between 0.532. MPa and 6.246. MPa in the (krypton + 1-methylpiperidine + water) system. In the temperature ranges from 291.2. K to 297.0. K and 290.6. K to 296.8. K, the equilibrium pressure was between 4.035. MPa to 8.936. MPa and 3.993. MPa to 9.128. MPa, in the (krypton + 2,2-dimethylbutane + water) system and (krypton + methylcyclohexane + water) system, respectively. These results indicate that hydrates can be formed under the condition of lower temperature and pressure in the (krypton + 1-methylpiperidine + water) system than in the other two systems. The crystallographic structure of (krypton + 1-methylpiperidine) hydrate was thereby identified to be structure H at 183. K based on the Powder X-ray diffraction (PXRD) measurements. Dissociation heat of (krypton + 1-methylpiperidine) hydrate was estimated to be 73.5. kJ/mol, that is smaller than that of structure II hydrates containing krypton. These results support the potential for (krypton + 1-methylpiperidine) structure H hydrate to be utilized in hydrate-based technologies.

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JournalJournal of Chemical Thermodynamics
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Krypton
krypton
Hydrates
Phase equilibria
hydrates
Water
water
heat of dissociation
N-methylpiperidine
methylcyclohexane
thermophysical properties
X ray powder diffraction
Temperature
Thermodynamic properties
low pressure

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  • Materials Science(all)
  • Physical and Theoretical Chemistry

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Phase equilibria for Kr hydrate formed with 2,2-dimethylbutane, methylcyclohexane and 1-methylpiperidine. / Ohfuka, Yugo; Fukushima, Naruki; Chen, Zheguang; Fukuda, Masao; Takeya, Satoshi; Ohmura, Ryo.

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