In this paper, density, viscosity, surface tension and vapor pressure of aqueous sodium glycinate solutions of different mass fractions (0.1-0.5) at different temperatures (20-100°C) were simulated using Pro/II (version 6.01), a commercial process simulator, and compared with corresponding experimentally measured data. It was found that simulated data of physicochemical properties compared well with corresponding experimental data. We have also predicted concentration of CO2 with each ideal stage in an absorber/stripper tower.
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The authors are grateful to the Korea Electric Power Research Institute, Daejeon for funding this research work.
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