Monday, November 13, 2006: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Yosemite B (Hilton San Francisco)
#83 - Membrane Tutorial II (02D15)
Growth in the membrane industry continues at a phenomenal rate. This growth is occurring in the "traditional" areas of reverse osmosis, filtration, and gas separation. New areas are emerging as well including inorganic membranes, biomedical applications, and hybrid processes. The invited talks in this session will provide an accessible overview of many of these membrane areas and the current state-of-the-art.
Chair:William B. Krantz
CoChair:William J. Koros
12:30 PMPolymeric Membranes for Molecularly Selective Hydrocarbon Separations
Lloyd S. White
1:20 PMMicroporous and Dense Inorganic Membranes
Jerry Y.S. Lin
2:10 PMUltrasonic Reflectometry for Membrane Applications: Current Work and Future Opportunities
Alan R. Greenberg, Mark Hernandez, William B. Krantz, Michael Peterson

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