Wednesday, November 19, 2008: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Salon J (Marriott Philadelphia Downtown)

Adsorption and Ion Exchange (02e)

#526 - Characterization of Adsorbents (02E10)
This session will focus on various aspects of characterization of adsorbent materials. Materials of interest include microporous carbons, zeolites, metal-organic frameworks, templated mesoporous solids, hybrid organic-inorganic structures and films, as well as other materials in which nanoscale porosity plays a crucial role in determining their engineering properties. Of special interest are papers that employ a combination of experimental and simulation/modeling studies, different characterization techniques (gas/vapor adsorption, scattering/diffraction methods, electron microscopy etc), and papers that emphasize the use of well-ordered nanoporous structures as model adsorbent materials
Chair:Peter I. Ravikovitch
CoChair:Matthias Thommes
3:15 PMAdsorption and Diffusion in Flexible Metal Organic Framework Materials : Molecular Simulations Compared to Experiments
G. Maurin, A. Ghoufi, N. Rosenbach, F. Salles, H. Jobic, S. Bourrelly, P. Llewellyn, Thomas Devic, Christian Serre, Gérard Férey
3:36 PMEnhancing the Capacity of Silver Based Adsorbents for Desulfurization of Liquid Hydrocarbon Fuels
Sachin Nair, Bruce Tatarchuk
3:57 PMAdsorption on Intact Supported Zeolite Membranes: Comparison with Powdered Samples
Karl D. Hammond, Geoffrey A. Tompsett, Mei Hong, Scott M. Auerbach, John L. Falconer, W. Curtis Conner
4:18 PMDiscontinuities In the Low Coverage Adsorption of C1-C14 Linear Alkanes on Na-Cha and Sapo-34
Gino V. Baron, Sarah Coeck, Johan A. Martens, Ranjeet Singh, Paul A. Webley, Joeri F.M. Denayer
4:39 PMCharacterization of Cms Adsorbents for Nitrogen Psa Production
R. C. Magalhães, D. Ferreira, J. Sousa, P. Taveira, Roger D. Whitley, A. Mendes
5:00 PMTextural Characterization of Native and N-Alky-Bonded Silica Monoliths by Mercury Intrusion/extrusion, Inverse Size Exclusion Chromatography and Nitrogen Adsorption
Matthias Thommes, Romas Skudas, Klaus K. Unger, Dieter Lubda

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