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In situ monitoring of additives during CO2 gas hydrate formation

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Abstract

Research activities on the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions via effective carbon capture and storage (CCS) techniques are steadily increasing with the concept of storing CO2 as hydrates among the most prominently discussed strategies. The present study utilizes mid-infrared (MIR) fiber-optic evanescent field sensing techniques as a promising in situ monitoring tool for investigation of molecular changes occurring during CO2 hydrate formation. The identification and evaluation of characteristic IR absorption features associated with additive molecules (here, THF and SDS) and their changes during hydrate formation were pronounced via studies in D2O next to H2O as the hydrate-forming matrix. By correlating IR-spectroscopic data with continuously recorded pressure and temperature traces, hypotheses on the involvement and promoting effect of such additives during carbon dioxide gas hydrate formation were experimentally consolidated.

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Submitted
12 Mar 2016
Accepted
02 Jul 2016
First published
05 Jul 2016

This article is Open Access

Anal. Methods, 2016,8, 5897-5905
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In situ monitoring of additives during CO2 gas hydrate formation

M. Schwenk, A. Katzir and B. Mizaikoff, Anal. Methods, 2016, 8, 5897
DOI: 10.1039/C6AY00733C

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