Dataset for the dimethyl sulfoxide as a novel thermodynamic inhibitor of carbon dioxide hydrate formation

Anton P. Semenov, Rais I. Mendgaziev, Andrey S. Stoporev, Vladimir A. Istomin, Daria V. Sergeeva, Timur B. Tulegenov, Vladimir A. Vinokurov

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The temperatures and pressures of the three-phase equilibrium V-Lw-H (gas – aqueous solution – gas hydrate) were measured in the CO2 – H2O – dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) system at concentrations of organic solute in the aqueous phase up to 50 mass%. Measurements of CO2 hydrate equilibrium conditions were carried out using a constant volume autoclave by continuous heating at a rate of 0.1 K/h with simultaneous stirring of fluids by a four-blade agitator at 600 rpm. The equilibrium temperature and pressure of CO2 hydrate were determined for the endpoint of the hydrate dissociation in each experiment. The CO2 gas fugacity was calculated by the equation of state for carbon dioxide for the measured points. The flow regime in the autoclave during the operation of the stirring system was characterized by calculating the Reynolds number using literature data on the viscosity and density of water and DMSO aqueous solutions. We employed regression analysis to approximate the dependences of equilibrium pressure (CO2 gas fugacity) on temperature by two- and three-parameter equations. For each measured point, the value of CO2 hydrate equilibrium temperature suppression ΔTh was computed. The dependences of this quantity on CO2 gas fugacity are considered for all DMSO concentrations. The coefficients of empirical correlation describing ΔTh as a function of the DMSO mass fraction in solution and the equilibrium gas pressure are determined. This article is a co-submission with a paper [1].

Original languageEnglish
Article number108289
JournalData in Brief
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2022


  • Carbon dioxide
  • Dimethyl sulfoxide
  • Gas hydrate inhibitor
  • Gas hydrates
  • Phase equilibria


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