Experimental determination of CCl4 hydrate phase equlibria up to high pressures

A. Shariati - Sarabi, G.H. Lameris, C.J. Peters

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    A number of hydrate phase boundaries of the binary system of tetrachloromethane (CCl4) + water were measured experimentally at several temperatures and from low pressures up to 89.25 MPa. These hydrate phase boundaries included hydrate–ice–vapor, hydrate–liquid CCl4–vapor, hydrate–water–vapor, hydrate–solid CCl4–liquid CCl4, hydrate–solid CCl4–water, and hydrate–liquid CCl4–water. From the points of intersections of the different boundaries, the three quadruple points of hydrate–ice–water–vapor, hydrate–liquid CCl4–water–vapor, and hydrate–solid CCl4–liquid CCl4–water were determined as (273.18 K, 4.72 kPa), (273.71 K, 5.25 kPa), and (273.35 K, 55.94 MPa), respectively
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)398-402
    Number of pages5
    JournalJournal of Chemical and Engineering Data
    Publication statusPublished - 2015


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