Thursday, 3 November 2005: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
207 (Cincinnati Convention Center)

Membrane-Based Separations (02d)

#509 - Membranes for Gas and Vapor Separations (02D16)
This session focuses on leading-edge developments in both gas/vapor separations membranes and applications. Papers reporting novel materials concepts as well as novel applications of membranes for gas separation are welcome.
CoChair:Lora G. Toy
Chair:Benny D. Freeman
12:30 PMRoom Temperature Ionic Liquid Membrane for Facilitated Transport of CO2
Ashutosh Jha, Paul Scovazzo
12:50 PMMixed Gas Selectivities and Permeabilities for Carbon Dioxide/Methane Separation Using Room Temperature Ionic Liquid Membranes
Prem K. Kilaru, Michael McShea, Paul Scovazzo
1:10 PMCorrelation of Structure and Function for CO2 Permeation in Polyphosphazene Membranes
Frederick F. Stewart, Christopher J. Orme
1:30 PMHydrogen Sulfide Removal with Polymer Membranes for Fuel-Cell Applications
Jin Huang, Jian Zou, W.S. Winston Ho
1:50 PMBreak
2:00 PMCrosslinking of High Free Volume Polymers for the Separation of Organic Vapors from Permanent Gases
Scott D. Kelman, Benny D. Freeman
2:20 PMCan We Increase Flux by Patterning the Surface of a Gas Separation Membrane?
Christopher E. Goodyer, Annette L. Bunge, Omar Ishteiwy, Paul Thoen, Fernando Roa, J. Douglas Way
2:40 PMTheoretical and Experimental Analyses of Fiber Property Variation in Hollow Fiber Membrane Module for Permeate Purification of Oxygen from Air
Santosh A. Sonalkar, Glenn Lipscomb
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