Thursday, November 20, 2008: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Salon J (Marriott Philadelphia Downtown)

Adsorption and Ion Exchange (02e)

#627 - Adsorbent Materials I (02E06)
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:Shuguang Deng
CoChair:Krista S. Walton
12:30 PMTemperature and Pressure Dependent Non-Equilibrium Kinetic Model That Describes the Adsorption Behavior of CO2 In K-Promoted Htlc
Hai Du, Armin D. Ebner, James A. Ritter
12:50 PMHigh Temperature Air Separation by Perovksite-Type Oxide Sorbents-Heat Effect Minimization
Jerry Y. S. Lin, Qinghua Yin
1:10 PMDiffusion of CO2 and N2 In Zsm-5 Zeolite with Framework Substitutions
David A. Newsome, Anton J. Dammers, Marc-Olivier Coppens
1:30 PMPre-Combustion CO2 Capture at High Temperature with Alkaline Promoted Aluminas and Hydrotalcites: The Crucial Role of Alkaline Cations in CO2 Adsorption
Stephane Walspurger, Paul D. Cobden, Wim G. Haije, Ruud W. van den Brink
1:50 PMSynthesis of a Zeolite Column with a Monolithic Microhoneycomb Structure Using the Ice Template Method
Shin R. Mukai, Shinya Murata, Kazufusa Onodera, Izumi Yamada
Part 1 
2:10 PMAdsorption and Diffusion of Gases In ETS-10 and Mof Adsorbents
Hamed Sepehr, Shima Najafi Nobar, Shuli Chen, Shamsuzzaman Farooq
2:30 PMDirect Cationic and Nonionic Templating Synthesis of Mesoporous Zsm-5 Using Amphiphilic Silylated Surfactant
Rino R. Mukti, Hirotomo Hirahara, Atsushi Shimojima, Tatsuya Okubo

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