Tuesday, November 18, 2008: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Franklin 13 (Marriott Philadelphia Downtown)

Carbon Nanotubes (22a)

#208 - Carbon Nanotubes III: Adsorption and Transport (22A03)
We invite papers dealing with experimental or theoretical or simulational studies of gases or liquids interacting with carbon nanotubes and related nanostructures. Topics of interest include adsorption isotherms, characterization of the porous structure of the nanotubes, phase transitions, confinement and dimensionality effects, heats of adsorption, heat capacity, adsorption related to sensors, transport of gases or liquids through nanotubes, interaction of biological molecules with nanotubes, and related issues.
Chair:Karl Johnson
Cochairs:Michael S. Strano
Virginia A. Davis
Matteo Pasquali
Kirk J. Ziegler
8:30 AMIntroductory Remarks
8:31 AMThe Influence of Electric and Electromagnetic Fields on Water Self-Diffusion within Carbon Nanotubes Implanted In Lipid Membranes
J.M.Don MacElroy, Jose-Antonio Garate, Niall J. English
8:52 AMMass Transport through Carbon Nanotube Membranes In Three Different Regimes: Ionic, Liquid and Gas
Mainak Majumder, Bruce J. Hinds
9:13 AMCrossover from Fickian to Single-File Diffusion of Fluids Confined In Carbon Nanotubes
Ying-Chun Liu, Joshua D. Moore, Thomas R. Roussel, Qu Chen, Qi Wang, Keith E. Gubbins
9:34 AMPressure Gap In Carbon Nanomaterials? Effect of Temperature and Pressure on the Binding of Simple Molecules to Carbon Nanotubes
Dmitry V. Kazachkin, Yoshifumi Nishimura, Stephan Irle, Keiji Morokuma, Radisav Vidic, Eric Borguet
9:55 AMAtomic-Scale Analysis of the Interactions Between Atomic Hydrogen and Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
Andre R. Muniz, Tejinder Singh, Michael J. Behr, Eray S. Aydil, Dimitrios Maroudas
10:16 AMCharacterization of Alkali Metal Doped Carbon Nanotubes
Li Xiao, J. Karl Johnson, Michael Buettner, John T. Yates
10:37 AMFacilitating Density-Based Electronic-Type Separation of Carbon Nanotubes Via Chemical Reactions: A Modeling Study
Nitish Nair, Woo-Jae Kim, Monica Usrey, Michael S. Strano

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