Gas Absorption

Gas absorption is one of the operations of chemical units. The operation of treating the gas mixture with a suitable liquid absorbent to remove one or more of the components. According to the absorption properties, there are two major categories of chemical absorption and physical absorption. Widely used in ammonia, petrochemical and waste gas treatment. The research group focuses on solving the absorption of sulfur dioxide and sulfur dioxide in gas, and using the new proton ionic liquid composite membrane for ethylene/ethane separation, which has good industrial application prospects.


Papers published by the research group in this field:

[1] Z. Huang, B. Jiang, H. Yang, B. Wang, N. Zhang, H. Dou, G. Wei, Y. Sun, and L. Zhang, Investigation of glycerol-derived binary and ternary systems in CO2 capture process. Fuel 210 (2017) 836-843.

[2]. Jiang, B., et al., Design of multiple-site imidazole derivative aqueous solution for SO2 capture in low concentration. Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers, 2018. 91: p. 441-448.

[3]. Jiang, B., et al., Design of multiple-site imidazole derivative aqueous solution for SO2 capture in low concentration. Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers, 2018. 91: p. 441-448.

[4]. Jiang, B., et al., A Novel Supported Liquid Membrane Based on Binary Metal Chloride Deep Eutectic Solvents for Ethylene/Ethane Separation. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 2017. 56(51): p. 15153-15162.

[5]. Huang, Z., et al., Investigation of glycerol-derived binary and ternary systems in CO2 capture process. Fuel, 2017. 210: p. 836-843.

[6]. Huang, Z., et al., Investigation of glycerol-derived binary and ternary systems in CO2 capture process. Fuel, 2017. 210: p. 836-843.

[7]. Sun, Y., et al., A Novel Copper(I)-Based Supported Ionic Liquid Membrane with High Permeability for Ethylene/Ethane Separation. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 2017. 56(3): p. 741-749.

[8]. Jiang, B., et al., Highly efficient and reversible CO2 capture by imidazolate-based ether-functionalized ionic liquids with a capture transforming process. Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers, 2016. 69: p. 85-92.