Tuesday, November 14, 2006: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Sutter (Hilton San Francisco)
#211 - Transport in Nanoporous Materials (02E11)
The aim of the session will be to highlight recent developments in the field of transport in nanoporous materials and identify areas of research that still pose a significant challenge. Papers addressing both experimental and theoretical aspects of this field are welcomed.
Chair:Stefano Brandani
CoChair:Martha C. Mitchell
8:30 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:35 AMDevelopment of Fickian Diffusion Model for Mixtures in Nanoporous Adsorbents
Yu Wang, M. Douglas LeVan
8:55 AMMolecular Simulation of Self- and Transport Diffusion of Mixtures in Metal-Organic Frameworks
David Dubbeldam, Don E. Ellis, Randall Q. Snurr
9:15 AMModeling Gas Permeation in Nanopores
Alexandra Ten Bosch, Franck Celestini
9:35 AMNew Silicoaluminophosphate and Titanosilicate Nanoporous Sorbents for Gas Phase Separations
Milton E. Rivera-Ramos, Carlos Rinaldi-Ramos, Arturo J. Hernandez-Maldonado
9:55 AMCharacterization of Multicomponent Counter-Diffusion in Silicalite : Application to C6 Isomers in Liquid Phase
Melaz Tayakout, Elsa Jolimaitre, Anne-Claire Dubreuil, Alain Methivier
10:15 AMParticle Impregnated Membranes for Bioseparations
M. Omon Herigstad, Patrick V. Gurgel, Ruben G. Carbonell
10:35 AMMesoporous Ceramic Membranes for Non-Aqueous Separations: Surface Modification and Solvent Permeability
Geoffrey D. Bothun, Shamsuddin Ilias, Vincent Morehead, Katif Peay

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