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1. WO/2015/126669 USE OF NEUTRALIZING AGENT IN OLEFIN OR STYRENE PRODUCTIONWO27.08.2015
C07C 7/04
PCT/US2015/015170ECOLAB USA INC.ARNST, Theodore C.
The present invention generally relates to compositions and methods for neutralizing acidic streams in an olefin or styrene production plant. More specifically, the invention relates to neutralizing agents for dilution steam systems in the steam cracker process and their use for reducing acid corrosion and fouling in such systems.

2. WO/2015/127387 FLUORESCENCE-BASED ANALYSIS OF BIOPOLYMERS USING NANOPORESWO27.08.2015
C02F 1/40
PCT/US2015/017146NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITYIVANKIN, Andrey
Described herein are systems for analysis of biopolymers and complexes containing biopolymers based on optical measurement of ion flux through pores. Also described are methods of using such devices for analysis of biopolymers and complexes containing biopolymers, including methods of determining the nucleotide sequences of polynucleotides.

3. WO/2015/125016 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR PURIFYING A GAS CONTAINING POLLUTANTSWO27.08.2015
B01D 53/32
PCT/IB2015/000363UGRA S.R.L.FABBRI, Mario
Method for the purification of a gas containing pollutants, particularly fumes, comprising the steps of: providing a purification apparatus (1) comprising a hollow body (2) defining a purification chamber (3); feeding of a gas to be purified inside the purification chamber (3); first dispensing operation of nebulized water inside a first portion (3a) of the purification chamber (3) to intercept the gas to be purified for the abatement of the organic and/or inorganic compounds present in the gas itself; treatment of the gas coming out of the first portion in a second portion (3b) arranged downstream of the first portion (3 a) in the direction of gas flow; second dispensing operation of nebulized water inside a third portion (3c) of the purification chamber (3), arranged downstream of the second portion (3b) in the direction of gas flow; where nebulized water comprises deuterium and the treatment comprises the formation of electric discharges in the second portion (3b) to ionize the gas coming out of the first portion and to obtain a state of plasma, the formation of electric discharges taking place between at least a pair of electrodes (10) arranged inside the second portion (3b) and powered with a pulsating direct current having a voltage between 24,000 volts and 28,000 volts and an amperage between 0.1 A and 1.5 A and being able to cause the molecular dissociation of the organic compounds present in the gas to be purified.

4. WO/2015/126925 PROCESSES AND METHODS FOR LOW ENERGY CARBON DIOXIDE CAPTUREWO27.08.2015
B01D 53/14
PCT/US2015/016352AKERMIN, INC.REARDON, John
The present invention generally relates to processes and methods for the capture of carbon dioxide from gases that are produced by various industrial processes including the capture of CO2 from flue gases after the combustion of carbon-based fuels.

5. WO/2015/126920 GAS SEPARATION MEMBRANES BASED ON PERFLUORINATED POLYMERSWO27.08.2015
B01D 53/22
PCT/US2015/016347MEMBRANE TECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH, INC.HE, Zhenjie
Disclosed herein is a process for separating components of a gas mixture using gas-separation copolymer membranes. These membranes use a selective layer made from copolymers of perfluorodioxolane monomers. The resulting membranes have superior selectivity performance for gas pairs of interest while maintaining fast gas permeance compared to membranes prepared using conventional perfluoropolymers, such as Teflon® AF, Hyflon® AD, and Cytop®.

6. WO/2015/126945 METAL-ORGANIC MATERIALS FOR C02 ADSORPTIONWO27.08.2015
B01D 53/22
PCT/US2015/016382UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDAEDDAOUDI, Mohamed
Embodiments of the present disclosure provide for metal-organic materials (MOMs), systems that exhibit permanent porosity and using hydrophobic MOMs to separate components in a gas, methods of separating CO2 from a gas, and the like.

7. WO/2015/122053 CARBON-DIOXIDE CAPTURING MATERIAL, AND CARBON-DIOXIDE RECOVERY APPARATUS USING SAMEWO20.08.2015
B01J 20/08
PCT/JP2014/077440HITACHI CHEMICAL COMPANY, LTD.YOSHIKAWA Kouhei
Provided is a carbon-dioxide capturing material which exhibits a high carbon-dioxide capturing amount, a low reduction in the carbon-dioxide capturing amount thereof as a result of being baked, and high heat resistance. In this carbon-dioxide capturing material for separating and recovering carbon dioxide from a carbon-dioxide-containing gas, an oxide including Ce and Al is used. Among the included metal elements, Ce is the element with the highest content. The Al content is at least 0.01 mol%, but not more than 40 mol%.

8. WO/2015/122050 CO2 RECOVERY APPARATUS, AND CO2 RECOVERY METHODWO20.08.2015
B01D 53/14
PCT/JP2014/076817MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD.YUKUMOTO, Atsuhiro
The purpose of the present invention is to provide a CO2 recovery apparatus and a CO2 recovery method, with which an excellent CO2 absorption rate and a reduction in energy consumption can be achieved. This CO2 recovery apparatus (1) is provided with: a CO2 absorption tower (14) provided with an upper CO2 absorption unit (141B) in which a CO2-containing exhaust gas (11C) is brought into contact with a CO2 absorption solution (13) to obtain a CO2 absorption solution (13A), and a lower CO2 absorption unit (141A) in which the CO2 absorption solution (13A) is brought into contact with a CO2-containing exhaust gas (11B) to obtain a CO2 absorption solution (13C); a CO2-absorption-solution reclamation tower (15) in which the CO2 absorption solution (13C) is heated to obtain the CO2 absorption solution (13); a thermometer (102) which measures the temperature of the CO2 absorption solution (13C) supplied from the CO2 absorption tower (14) to the CO2-absorption-solution reclamation tower (15); and a control device (101) which, on the basis of the temperature of the CO2 absorption solution (13C) measured by the thermometer (102), controls the temperature of a CO2 absorption solution (13B) supplied to the lower CO2 absorption unit (141A).

9. WO/2015/123490 WATER CONTROL IN NON-AQUEOUS ACID GAS RECOVERY SYSTEMSWO20.08.2015
B01D 53/14
PCT/US2015/015746RESEARCH TRIANGLE INSTITUTECOLEMAN, Luke
This invention is directed to methods and systems for controlling water in acid gas removal processes comprising the steps of a) treating the gas stream in an absorption zone with the NAS absorption liquid; b) direction the acid gas-loaded NAS absorption liquid to a regeneration zone; c) directing the regenerated NAS absorption liquid to step a); and d) controlling the first and second set of conditions.

10. WO/2015/123454 REGENERABLE SORBENT CARTRIDGE ASSEMBLIES IN AIR SCRUBBERSWO20.08.2015
B01D 53/02
PCT/US2015/015690ENVERID SYSTEMS, INC.MEIRAV, Udi
A regenerable air scrubbing system comprises of an air flow assembly with replaceable cartridges arranged in a parallel orientation and designed for easy insertion and removal of the cartridges. The cartridge design enhances the contact area, reduces the pressure drop, and readily allows the design of similar assemblies with different airflow throughputs using the same cartridge, while facilitating easy replacement of the sorbent in the field. The cartridge can be partitioned into smaller compartments, improving the mechanical properties of the cartridge and the uniformity of the sorbent distribution.


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