Monday, November 17, 2008: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Salon I (Marriott Philadelphia Downtown)

Adsorption and Ion Exchange (02e)

#63 - Adsorption in Energy Applications (02E16)
We welcome theoretical and applied papers on new materials and processes for adsorption applications in energy and fuel cell technology including on all fundamental and applied aspects of adsorption in the capture and storage of carbon dioxide.. Examples of acceptable topics include (but are not restricted to) the synthesis of novel or improved adsorbents (such as novel forms of carbon or templated materials) for hydrogen, methane or natural gas storage; metal hydride hydrogen storage systems, adsorption purification systems for fuel cells and fuel processing; adsorption storage for gas transportation; adsorbents and adsorption technologies for automotive applications; adsorbents and processes for CO2 sequestration; etc. Both fundamental and application aspects are welcome. We will include the papers on fundamental understanding through theory, modeling, and controlled experiments as well as engineering, application and scale-up studies
Chair:Atanas Serbezov
CoChair:Linda S. Cheng
12:30 PMInteractions of SO2 and H2S with Modified Amorphous Carbon Films
W. Michalak, E. Broitman, J.B. Miller, A.J. Gellman
12:51 PMAdsorption Separation of Carbon Dioxide, Methane and Nitrogen on H- and Na-Exchanged b-Zeolite
Xiaoqin Liu, Xiaoliang Xu, Xingxiang Zhao, Xiaohua Lu
1:12 PMPromoted ZnO Sorbents for Low Temperature H2s Removal in PEM Fuel Cell
Priyanka Dhage, Vivekanand Gaur, Hongyun Yang, Bruce Tatarchuk
1:33 PMThermodynamic Analysis of Adsorption Enhanced Reforming Processes
Mingheng Li
1:54 PMTwo-Dimensional Equation-of-State Modeling of Adsorption of Coalbed Methane Gases
Sayeed Mohammad, Zhejun Pan, R.L. Robinson, K. a. M. Gasem
2:15 PMCO2 Adsorption on Mesoporous Porous Silica Surfaces Containing Amine-Like Motifs
Guoying Zhao, Niklas Hedin
2:36 PMCharacterization of the Adsorption of CO2 In Metal-Organic Framework and Zeolitic-Imidazolate Framework Materials by Density Functional Theory Calculations
Rees B. Rankin, J. Karl Johnson

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