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CONFORMAL SOLUTION METHOD WITH THE HARD CONVEX BODY EXPANSION THEORY FOR PREDICTING VAPOR-LIQUID EQUILIBRIA
Like the hard sphere expansion (HSE) theory, the hard convex body expansion (HCBE) theory separates any residual thermodynamic property into a contribution from molecular repulsion, which is calculated directly from a hard ...
DEVELOPMENT OF AN AUTOMATED, HIGH PRESSURE HEAT FLUX CALORIMETER AND ITS APPLICATION TO MEASURE THE HEAT OF DISSOCIATION OF METHANE HYDRATE
A new versatile high pressure Heat Flux calorimeter has been developed and used to measure the heat of dissociation of methane hydrate. The calorimeter is completely automated, with an operating temperature range of ...
HIGH-PRESSURE/HIGH-TEMPERATURE GAS-SOLUBILITY STUDY IN HYDROGEN-PHENANTHRENE AND METHANE-PHENANTHRENE SYSTEMS USING STATIC AND CHROMATOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES
The design and discovery of sources for alternative energy such as coal liquefaction has become of major importance over the past two decades. One of the major problems in such design is the lack of available data, ...
OXIDATIVE DEHYDROGENATION OF BUTENES OVER ZINC-FERRITE CATALYSTS
The oxidative dehydrogenation (OXD) of butene over a zinc ferrite catalyst was studied in a batch recirculation and microcatalytic pulse reactor system at temperatures between 300 and 400$\sp\circ$C. Mechanistic features ...
OXIDATIVE DEHYDROGENATION OF BUTENES OVER TIN-PHOSPHORUS-OXYGEN AND LITHIUM-TIN-PHOSPHORUS - OXYGEN CATALYSTS
The mechanism of catalytic oxidative dehydrogenation (OXD) of butenes to 1,3-butadiene over Sn-P-O and Li-Sn-P-O catalysts was investigated in batch recirculation and microcatalytic pulse reactors. Mechanistic features of ...