Structural transition and phase behavior of N2 gas hydrates with pinacolyl alcohol and tert-amyl alcohol
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- Structural transition and phase behavior of N2 gas hydrates with pinacolyl alcohol and tert-amyl alcohol
- Other Titles
- pinacolyl alcohol과 tert-amyl alcohol에 의한 N2 가스하이드레이트의 구조 변화와 상거동 양상
- Jin, Young Keun
- Chemistry; Engineering
- Nitrogen; Pinacolyl alcohol; Structural transition; sH hydrate; tert-Amyl alcohol; Thermodynamics
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- Jin, Young Keun, Youngwon Seo, Eunae Kim. 2015. "Structural transition and phase behavior of N2 gas hydrates with pinacolyl alcohol and tert-amyl alcohol". FLUID PHASE EQUILIBRIA, 393(1): 85-90.
- The influences of large molecular alcohols (LMAs) (pinacolyl alcohol (PCA) and tert-amyl alcohol (tAA)) on N2 hydrate were examined with a primary focus on the hydrate phase equilibria and structural transition. The four-phase (H？Lw？LLMA？V) equilibria of the N2 + PCA + water and N2 + tAA + water systems were experimentally measured in order to determine the thermodynamic stability conditions of the N2 hydrates with LMAs. The H？Lw？LLMA？V curves of both N2 + PCA and N2 + tAA hydrates were significantly shifted to more thermodynamically stable regions. Powder X-ray diffraction (PXRD) and Raman analyses verified that the structure of N2 hydrates with LMAs was transformed from the original structure of sII to sH (P6/mmm) as a result of the inclusion of LMAs. In addition, the formation of sH hydrate from the N2 + PCA + water system was further verified using an endothermic dissociation thermogram from a high pressure micro-differential scanning calorimeter (HP m-DSC) by confirming the appearance of three distinct peaks that correspond to ice, sII hydrate, and sH hydrate. Therefore, the experimental results that were obtained in this study are expected to be informative for understanding the roles of LMAs in affecting the macroscopic hydrate phase behavior and microscopic hydrate structure.
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