Comparison of experimental data (symbols) for carbon dioxide + 1-butanol, + 2-butanol, + isobutanol, and + tert-butanol and predictions (dotted lines) by PR EoS (k 12 = 0.025; l 12 = −0.108).

Comparison of experimental data (symbols) for carbon dioxide + 1-butanol, + 2-butanol, + isobutanol, and + tert-butanol and predictions (dotted lines) by PR EoS (k 12 = 0.025; l 12 = −0.108).

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In recent years, the dramatic increase of greenhouse gases concentration in atmosphere, especially of carbon dioxide, determined many researchers to investigate new mitigation options. Thermodynamic studies play an important role in the development of new technologies for reducing the carbon levels. In this context, our group investigated the phase...

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... prediction results are satisfactory for the carbon dioxide + 1-butanol binary system. In Figure 9, we exemplified at 363.15 the calculations by PR EoS for carbon dioxide + 1-butanol, carbon dioxide + 2-butanol, carbon dioxide + isobutanol, and carbon dioxide + tert-butanol binary systems. Although the composition of the liquid phase is systematically underpredicted at higher pressures for all systems, the solubility increases in the same order 1-butanol < isobutanol < 2-butanol < tert-butanol. ...
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... prediction results are satisfactory for the carbon dioxide + 1-butanol binary system. In Figure 9, we exemplified at 363.15 the calculations by PR EoS for carbon dioxide + 1-butanol, carbon dioxide + 2-butanol, carbon dioxide + isobutanol, and carbon dioxide + tert-butanol binary systems. Although the composition of the liquid phase is systematically underpredicted at higher pressures for all systems, the solubility increases in the same order 1-butanol < isobutanol < 2-butanol < tert-butanol. ...