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Process for recovering para-xylene using a metal organic framework adsorbent in a simulated moving-bed process (August 2, 2018)
Para-xylene is separated from a mixture of C8 aromatics using a simulated moving bed (SMB) adsorption process, wherein a MOF is used as an adsorbent and an alkane or alkene having 7 or less carbon atoms, such as hexane or heptane is used as desorbent.
Inventors: Meha Rungta, Jeevan S. Abichandani, Dana L. Pilliod, Robert G. Tinger, Anthony Go, Ke Zhang, Sankar Nair, Jason Gee, David Sholl
Patent No.: US20180215684A1
Assignee: Georgia Tech Research Corporation, ExxonMobil Chemical Patents Inc.
Adsorbent Materials And Methods of Adsorbing Carbon Dioxide (May 18, 2017)
Methods of designing zeolite materials for adsorption of CO2. Zeolite materials and processes for CO2 adsorption using zeolite materials.
Inventors: Peter I. Ravikovitch, David S. Sholl, Charanjit Paur, Karl G. Strohmaier, Hanjun Fang, Ambarish R. Kulkarni, Rohan V. Awati, Preeti Kamakoti
Patent No.: US20170136405A1
Assignee: Georgia Tech Research Corporation, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Co
Screening metal organic framework materials (May 13, 2014)
This invention relates to a method for characterizing the pores of reticulated framework structures and using these characteristics to predict the actual performance characteristics of the reticulated framework structures as membranes for gas separation, and other purposes.
Inventors: Emmanuel Haldoupis, Seda Keskin, Sankar Nair, David S. Sholl
Patent No.: US 8,725,482 B2
Assignee: Georgia Tech Research Corporation