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research-article | 17-April-2021

DEGRADATION OF AMINE SOLVENTS USED FOR CO2 REMOVAL FROM FLUE GAS WITH HIGH CO2 CONCENTRATION

degradation in the CO2 capture process may cause various problems as well as the costs of used solvents replacing but also undesired degradation products emissions to the environment. The most frequently used amine absorbent (solvent) in the CO2 removal process is monoethanolamine (MEA) [16–18]. The CO2 removal basically consists of two stages, i.e. absorption of CO2 in the solvent and regeneration of rich solvent (i.e. loaded with CO2) under the increased temperature and/or reduced pressure [19, 20

Andrzej WILK, Tomasz SPIETZ, Lucyna WIĘCŁAW-SOLNY, Aleksander KRÓTKI, Justyna TARNOWSKA

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment, Volume 14 , ISSUE 1, 115–124

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