Monday, November 9, 2009: 8:30 AM
Hermitage A (Gaylord Opryland Hotel)
Experimental and theoretical contributions to the general field of thermodynamic properties and phase behavior are encouraged, including those that introduce novel experimental or modeling techniques. The topic and style of the presentations should be consistent with the broader audience of this session.
Thermodynamics and Transport Properties
Jennifer L. Anthony
(68a) Area 1A Keynote Address: Direct Simulation-Based Evidence for Fluid-Solid Transition in Nanoconfined Non-Polar Fluids
(68b) Improving the Efficiency of Virial-Coefficient Calculations: a Hybrid Approach Employing Integral-Equation Theories and Mayer-Sampling Monte Carlo
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