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|Título:||Solubility of Ethene in Water and in a Medium for the Cultivation of a Bacterial Strain|
|Autor:||Serra, Maria Celeste C.|
Mainar, Ana M.
Palavra, Antonio M. F.
|Editora:||Amer Chemical Soc|
|Citação:||SERRA, Maria Celeste C.; MAINAR, Ana M.; PALAVRA, Antonio M. F. - Solubility of Ethene in Water and in a Medium for the Cultivation of a Bacterial Strain. Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data. ISSN 0021-9568. Vol. 56, n.º 4 (2011) p. 1596-1601.|
|Resumo:||The solubility of ethene in water and in the fermentation medium of Xanthobacter Py(2) was determined with a Ben-Naim-Baer type apparatus. The solubility measurements were carried out in the temperature range of (293.15 to 323.15) K and at atmospheric pressure with a precision of about +/- 0.3 %. The Ostwald coefficients, the mole fractions of the dissolved ethene, at the gas partial pressure of 101.325 kPa, and the Henry coefficients, at the water vapor pressure, were calculated using accurate thermodynamic relations. A comparison between the solubility of ethene in water and in the cultivation medium has shown that this gas is about 2.4 % more soluble in pure water. On the other hand, from the solubility temperature dependence, the Gibbs energy, enthalpy, and entropy changes for the process of transferring the solute from the gaseous phase to the liquid solutions were also determined. Moreover, the perturbed-chain statistical associating fluid theory equation of state (PC-SAFT EOS) model was used for the prediction of the solubility of ethene in water. New parameters, k(ij), are proposed for this system, and it was found that using a ky temperature-dependent PC-SAFT EOS describes more accurately the behavior solubilities of ethene in water at 101.325 kPa, improving the deviations to 1 %.|
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