Tuesday, November 14, 2006: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Powell (Hilton San Francisco)
#248 - Novel Adsorbent Materials and Structures I (02E07)
Traditional adsorbent materials are zeolite, activated carbon, activated alumina, and silica gel etc. made in bead and pellet structures and forms for fixed bed separation process. Proposal of oral presentations are invited on the topics devoted to, but are not limited to, the area of development of innovative adsorbent materials, structures and forms that lead to new process configuration, new separation applications and significant improvement of separation efficiency, etc.
Chair:Linda S. Cheng
CoChair:Jeffrey R. Hufton
12:30 PMCu-Btc: a Shape Selective Mof Material for the Adsorptive Separation of N- and Iso-Alkanes
Vincent Finsy, Joeri F. M. Denayer, Luc Alaerts, Dirk De Vos, Gino V. Baron, Professor
12:52 PMTowards the Rational Design of Metal-Organic Frameworks: Using Molecular Simulations to Understand Adsorption Phenomena in Mofs
Tina Düren
1:13 PMDesign, Synthesis, and Applications of Reversible Oxygen Chemisorbents
Neil A. Stephenson, Delong Zhang
1:34 PMMicrofibrous Entrapment of Zeolites for High Duty Cycle Oxygen Enrichment from Air
Pallavi Chitta, Bruce J. Tatarchuk
1:55 PMPorous Iron Oxyhydroxide Having Dual Adsorption Site for Efficient Removal of Anions in Wastewater
Atsushi Yamamoto, Toshihiro Sato, Kazuhiro Mae
2:16 PMAdsorption Properties of Mesoporous Alumino and Titanosilicates of MCM-41 Type
Rinaldo S. Araújo, Diana C. S. Azevedo, Enrique Rodriguez-Castellon, Antonio J. Lopez, Celio L. Cavalcante Jr.
2:37 PMEffect of Pore Size Distribution and Surface Area of Activated Carbon Fabrics for the Liquid Phase Adsorption of Chemical Warfare Agent Simulants
James P. Minicucci, Ronald J. Willey, Robert Kaiser, Adam Kulczyk, Brian MacIver

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