Hydrogen component fugacities in binary mixtures with methane and propane View Full Text


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DATE

1986-09

AUTHORS

T. J. Bruno, G. L. Hume, J. F. Ely

ABSTRACT

The fugacity coefficients of hydrogen in binary mixtures with methane and propane were measured using a physical equilibrium technique. This technique involves the use of an experimental chamber which is divided into two regions by a semipermeable membrane. Hydrogen can penetrate and pass through the membrane, while the other component (in this case, methane or propane) cannot. At equilibrium, pure hydrogen will permeate into one “compartment” of the chamber, while the binary mixture occupies the other compartment. Thus, the pressure of pure hydrogen on one side approaches the partial pressure of hydrogen in the mixture on the other side of the membrane. This allows a direct measurement of the hydrogen component fugacity at a given mixture mole fraction. In this study, results are reported for measurements made on the hydrogen+propane binary at 80°C (353 K) and 130°C (403 K) and the hydrogen+methane binary at 80°C (353 K). All measurements were performed with a total mixture pressure of 3.45 MPa. The experimental results are compared with predictions from the Redlich-Kwong, Peng-Robinson, and extended corresponding-states models. More... »

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1033-1051

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  • 1986-09. Hydrogen component fugacities in binary mixtures with carbon dioxide in INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THERMOPHYSICS
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