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NMR spectroscopy applied to amine–CO2–H2O systems relevant for post-combustion CO2 capture: A review

Abstract

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a powerful non-invasive analytical technique for chemical analyses since direct measurements at a molecular level can be performed. In this work, a survey of NMR spectroscopy applied for studies of CO2 absorption in aqueous amine solvents (amine–CO2–H2O) relevant for post-combustion CO2 capture is presented. Technical aspects of NMR experiments and the main applications with corresponding results are provided. The overview of the NMR literature in this field suggests that studies of amine–CO2–H2O systems can benefit from a further consideration of this spectroscopic technique.

Category

Academic literature review

Client

  • Research Council of Norway (RCN) / 199890

Language

English

Author(s)

Affiliation

  • University of South-Eastern Norway
  • SINTEF Industry / Process Technology

Year

2014

Published in

International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control

ISSN

1750-5836

Publisher

Elsevier

Volume

20

Page(s)

230 - 243

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