Heat-Stable Salts and Methods for Their Removal from Alkanolamine Carbon Dioxide Absorbents (Review) View Full Text


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2019-08

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S. D. Bazhenov, E. G. Novitskii, V. P. Vasilevskii, E. A. Grushevenko, A. A. Bienko, A. V. Volkov

ABSTRACT

Absorption using aqueous solutions of alkanolamines is the most widely used procedure for removal of carbon dioxide from natural gas, flue gases from power-generating facilities, and other mixtures. Its main drawback is degradation/deactivation of alkanolamine under the process conditions (high temperatures, presence of oxygen and other impurities) with the formation of heat-stable salts consisting of alkanolammonium cation and anions of organic and inorganic acids. The main operation problems caused by heat-stable salts are considered in the review. Three main methods for removal of heat-stable salts from alkanolamine adsorbents are described in detail: distillation, ion exchange, and electrodialysis. The main characteristics of these methods and their advantages and drawbacks are described, and a comparative analysis is made. The history and state-of-the art of studies within the framework of each method are presented. More... »

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1045-1063

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