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Kinetics of CO2 Capture by Hydroquinone Clathrates


Organic clathrates formed by combining hydroquinone (HQ) and CO2 could offer very interesting prospects in the near future, particularly in the field of CO2 capture and storage. However, one of the main limitations hindering the large-scale deployment of this type of clathrate-based technology is the slow enclathration kinetics. Our experiments, performed at different pressures (1.5, 3.0, and 4.5 MPa) and temperatures (298, 323, and 348 K), with HQ in different forms (HQ powder, HQ pellets, and HQ–silica composites, each different in nature and in terms of pore size and HQ content) demonstrated that (i) an increase in both pressure and temperature enhances the enclathration rate, (ii) the textural properties of HQ significantly impact kinetics, and composite materials remain the most efficient for improving HQ clathrate formation kinetics.


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Romuald Coupan, Jean-Philippe Torré, Christophe Dicharry, Mehrdji Hemati, Frédéric Plantier. Kinetics of CO2 Capture by Hydroquinone Clathrates. Industrial and engineering chemistry research, 2018, 57 (24), pp.8172-8182. ⟨10.1021/acs.iecr.8b01462⟩. ⟨hal-01952611⟩
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