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An improved static–analytic apparatus for vapor–liquid equilibrium (PTxy) measurement using modified in-situ samplers

Abstract : An improved apparatus based on the static-analytic method for reliable vapor-liquid equilibrium (VLE) data measurement is presented in this work. It has been applied to investigate systems containing organic sulfur compounds. New sampling mechanisms were combined with ROLSI TM capillary samplers to achieve on-line sampling for both vapor and liquid phases in a pressure range between 0.1 and 10 bar. Phase samples were directly sent to a gas chromatograph for composition analysis. The equipment was tested against other commonly used experimental methods in this pressure range on the (n-butane + ethanol) and (diethyl sulfide + ethanol) systems. The obtained data were correlated by Wilson model and compared with existing data. The improved apparatus has shown comparable performances to existing methods, while showing some advantages such as complete PTxy phase measurements and less product consumption. After the validation step, additional VLE data for binary systems of interest, (diethyl sulfide + n-butane) and (1-pentanethiol + 1-pentanol), were reported and modeled in this work.
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Fan Zhang, Pascal Théveneau, Elise El Ahmar, Xavier Canet, Chien-Bin Soo, et al.. An improved static–analytic apparatus for vapor–liquid equilibrium (PTxy) measurement using modified in-situ samplers. Fluid Phase Equilibria, Elsevier, 2016, 409, pp.425-433. ⟨10.1016/j.fluid.2015.10.041⟩. ⟨hal-01228405v2⟩

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