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Sayee Prasaad Balaji
Sayee Prasaad Balaji
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Solubility of the Precombustion Gases CO2, CH4, CO, H2, N2, and H2S in the Ionic Liquid [bmim][Tf2N] from Monte Carlo Simulations
M Ramdin, SP Balaji, JM Vicent-Luna, JJ Gutiérrez-Sevillano, S Calero, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118 (41), 23599-23604, 2014
742014
A comparison of advanced Monte Carlo methods for open systems: CFCMC vs CBMC
A Torres-Knoop, SP Balaji, TJH Vlugt, D Dubbeldam
Journal of chemical theory and computation 10 (3), 942-952, 2014
702014
How to apply the Kirkwood–Buff theory to individual species in salt solutions
SK Schnell, P Englebienne, JM Simon, P Krüger, SP Balaji, S Kjelstrup, ...
Chemical Physics Letters 582, 154-157, 2013
562013
Surface barriers of hydrocarbon transport triggered by ideal zeolite structures
NER Zimmermann, SP Balaji, FJ Keil
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 116 (5), 3677-3683, 2012
422012
Solubilities of CO2, CH4, C2H6, and SO2 in ionic liquids and Selexol from Monte Carlo simulations
M Ramdin, Q Chen, SP Balaji, JM Vicent-Luna, A Torres-Knoop, ...
Journal of Computational Science 15, 74-80, 2016
372016
Simulating the Reactions of CO2 in Aqueous Monoethanolamine Solution by Reaction Ensemble Monte Carlo Using the Continuous Fractional Component Method
SP Balaji, S Gangarapu, M Ramdin, A Torres-Knoop, H Zuilhof, ...
Journal of chemical theory and computation 11 (6), 2661-2669, 2015
372015
Validation of the CO2/N2O Analogy Using Molecular Simulation
Q Chen, SP Balaji, M Ramdin, JJ Gutiérrez-Sevillano, A Bardow, ...
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 53 (46), 18081-18090, 2014
342014
Solubility of natural gas species in ionic liquids and commercial solvents: experiments and Monte Carlo simulations
M Ramdin, SP Balaji, A Torres-Knoop, D Dubbeldam, TW de Loos, ...
Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data 60 (10), 3039-3045, 2015
302015
Theoretical investigation of the mechanism of the selective catalytic reduction of nitrogen dioxide with ammonia on H-form zeolites and the role of nitric and nitrous acids as …
TC Brüggemann, MD Przybylski, SP Balaji, FJ Keil
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 114 (14), 6567-6587, 2010
242010
Optimization of particle transfers in the Gibbs ensemble for systems with strong and directional interactions using CBMC, CFCMC, and CB/CFCMC
A Torres-Knoop, NC Burtch, A Poursaeidesfahani, SP Balaji, R Kools, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 120 (17), 9148-9159, 2016
192016
A direct method for calculating thermodynamic factors for liquid mixtures using the Permuted Widom test particle insertion method
SP Balaji, SK Schnell, ES McGarrity, TJH Vlugt
Molecular Physics 111 (2), 287-296, 2013
192013
Computing bubble-points of CO2/CH4 gas mixtures in ionic liquids from Monte Carlo simulations
M Ramdin, SP Balaji, JM Vicent-Luna, A Torres-Knoop, Q Chen, ...
Fluid Phase Equilibria 418, 100-107, 2016
122016
Calculating thermodynamic factors of ternary and multicomponent mixtures using the Permuted Widom test particle insertion method
SP Balaji, SK Schnell, TJH Vlugt
Theoretical Chemistry Accounts 132 (3), 1-8, 2013
82013
Absorption of Greenhouse Gases in Liquids: A Molecular Approach
SP Balaji
2015
Modeling the absorption of carbon dioxide in amines
SP Balaji, TJH Vlugt
NPS-11, 2011
2011
Supporting Information for: Simulating the reactions of CO2 in aqueous monoethanolamine solution by Reaction Ensemble Monte Carlo using the Continuous Fractional Component method
SP Balaji, S Gangarapu, M Ramdin, A Torres-Knoop, H Zuilhof, ...
Indian tourism industry a study of its growth foreign exchange earnings and supporting services
SP Balaji
Chennai, 0
Supporting Information for: Validation of the CO2/N2O Analogy using Molecular Simulation
Q Chen, SP Balaji, M Ramdin, J José
Supporting Information for: Solubility of the Precombustion Gases CO2, CH4, CO, H2, N2, and H2S in the Ionic Liquid [bmim][Tf2N] from Monte Carlo Simulations
M Ramdin, SP Balaji, JM Vicent-Luna, J José
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