Monday, November 13, 2006: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Continental 6 (Hilton San Francisco)
#79 - Invited: Thermodynamic Properties and Phase Behavior I: Honoring the Contributions of John M. Prausnitz (01A22)
This invitation-only session will honor Professor John M. Prausnitz for his contributions to chemical engineering thermodynamics. Presentations will give new experimental and theoretical knowledge and procedures in the field, insights into how such research progresses, perspectives on the work's importance to the future of chemical engineering, and brief tributes.
Chair:Peter T. Cummings
CoChair:John P. O'Connell
12:30 PMSolubility of Sour Gases in Aqueous Solutions of Amines
Gerd Maurer
12:55 PMPractical and Rational Design of Bioseparation Processes Using Correlative Thermodynamic Models
Beckley K. Nfor, Tangir Ahamed, Marcel Ottens, Emile J. A. X. Van der Sandt, Michel Eppink, Gijs W. K. van Dedem, Luuk A. M. van der Wielen
1:20 PMPhase-Equilibria in Polymer Systems Experiments and Modelling
Gabriele Sadowski
1:45 PMSurfactant Adsorption Thermodynamics at Fluid/Fluid Interfaces Studied with Diblock Copolymers
Clayton J. Radke
2:10 PMParticipation of Molecular Simulation in the Development of Molecular-Thermodynamic Models
Ying Hu, Honglai Liu
2:35 PMDrug Design, Development and Delivery: Integrated, Interdisciplinary Education in Pharmaceutical Science
Mark R. Prausnitz, Andreas S. Bommarius

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