Monday, November 17, 2008: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Salon A (Marriott Philadelphia Downtown)

Environmental Division (09)

#141 - Colloidal and Interfacial Phenomena in Aquatic Systems (09019)
Colloidal and interfacial phenomena (aggregation, deposition, adsorption, and reactivity) play important roles in water treatment processes (conventional, membrane filtration, reverse osmosis, and advanced oxidation) as well as natural water quality (pathogen transport, remediation, and colloid-facilitated transport). Both fundamental and applied contributions are sought.
Chair:Navid Saleh
CoChair:Kai Loon Chen
3:15 PMBiosensors Incorporated into a Fouling Resistant Ultrafiltration Membrane for Water Treatment
Amr Zaky, Guang Cai, Cyndee L. Gruden, Colleen Gorey, Isabel Escobar
3:33 PMDetermining the Extent and Influence of Flagella, Injection Concentration, and Solution Chemistry In Salmonella Transport
Berat Z. Haznedaroglu, Sharon L. Walker
3:51 PMBiomedical Imaging Gold Nanoparticles: Interactions with Humic Substances
Vasanta L. Pallem, Holly A. Stretz, Martha J. M. Wells
4:09 PMInteraction of Fullerene (C60) Nanoparticles with Humic Acid and Alginate Coated Silica Surfaces: Implications for Fate and Transport
Kai Loon Chen, Menachem Elimelech
4:27 PMBreak
4:32 PMEnvironmental Remediation through Double Sequestration of Pollutants by Surfactant Templating Mesoporous Materials
Jia Zhou, Jingjing Zhan, Grace Tan, Vijay T. John, Gary L. McPherson, JiBao He, Vladimir L. Kolesnichenko
4:50 PMFiltration Mechanisms of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes In Porous Media
Deb P. Jaisi, Navid Saleh, Ruth E. Blake, Menachem Elimelech
5:08 PMParticle and Bacterial Deposition: Role of Gravity
Gexin Chen, Yongsuk Hong, Sharon Walker
5:26 PMSurface Properties of Metal and Metal Oxide Nanoparticles In Aqueous Environments and Their Toxicity
John M. Pettibone, Vicki H. Grassian

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