Monday, November 13, 2006: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Imperial B (Hilton San Francisco)
#66 - Colloidal & Interfacial Phenomena in Aquatic Systems (T1022)
Colloidal and interfacial phenomena (aggregation, deposition, adsorption, and reactivity) play important roles in water treatment processes (conventional, membrane filtration, reverse osmosis, and advanced oxidation) as well as natural water quality (pathogen transport, remediation, and colloid-facilitated transport). Both fundamental and applied contributions are sought in the area of colloidal and interfacial phenomena in aquatic systems
Chair:Sharon Walker
CoChair:Jack Gilron
12:30 PMColloids, Contaminants, and Surface Chemistry: Effect of Desorption Kinetics on the Facilitated Transport of Cesium and Strontium by Illite Colloids
Joseph N. Ryan, Ned B. Turner, James E. Saiers
1:10 PMClogging by Montmorillonite in Porous Media: Hydrodynamic and Chemical Effects
David C. Mays, James R. Hunt
1:26 PMBreak
1:36 PMParticle Deposition Onto Chemically and Topologically Heterogeneous Surfaces
Jeffrey A. L. Kemps, Subir Bhattacharjee
1:52 PME. Coli Deposition and Transport in Porous Media: Influence of Solution Chemistry and Bacterial Surface Polymers
Hyunjung Kim, Shiva ShojaeTazehkand, Sharon Walker
2:08 PMAdhesion of Plasmid DNA to Natural Organic Matter Coated Mineral Surfaces
Thanh H. (Helen) Nguyen, Menachem Elimelech
2:24 PMDiffusivity Measurements of Bacteriophages by Gradient Diffusion and Dynamic Light Scattering
Appala Raju Badireddy, Shankar Chellam
2:40 PMBiofouling of Organic and Chemically Modified Ro/Nf Membranes
Arun Subramani, Xiaofei Huang, Eric M. V. Hoek

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