Environmental Applications of Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials

Wednesday, October 19, 2011: 3:15 PM
212 A (Minneapolis Convention Center)

This session will have an emphasis on the environmental applications of nanoscience and nanotechnology including air quality, water quality, green chemistry, and green engineering

Topical C: Environmental Aspects, Applications, and Implications of Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology
Water (09B), Nanoscale Science and Engineering Forum (22), Environmental Division (09)

Larry Erickson
Email: lerick@ksu.edu

Tapas Das
Email: tdas@stmartin.edu

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

3:15 PM
(586a) Comparison of Photoreactor Designs for Oxidation of Dilute Aqueous Waste Contaminants
Amanda M. Grannas, Dorothy W. Skaf, Kevin C. Brodwater and Montanna Herdemian

File available
3:36 PM
(586b) Study of the Photodeposition of Noble Metal On BiOCl for the Photocatalytic Decomposition of Rhodamine B
Liang Kong, Zheng Jiang, Tiancun Xiao, Henry H.-C. Lai and Peter P. Edwards

3:57 PM
(586c) Synthesis and Characterization of Magnetic Nanoparticles for Enhanced Gas-Liquid Mass Transfer
Alexander P. Mathews, Dambar B. Hamal, Paul Owings and Ken J. Klabunde

4:39 PM
(586e) Magnetic Catch & Release: Reversible Organic Contaminant Adsorption and Enrichment From Water
Roland Fuhrer, Inge K. Herrmann, Evagelos K. Athanassiou, Robert N. Grass and Wendelin J. Stark

5:00 PM
(586f) Improved Photocatalytic Activity Under Visible Light Irradiation of Nanosized-TiO2 Co-Doped with Vanadium and Nitrogen
Renuka Jaiswal, Rupali Dholam, Nainesh Patel, Antonio Miotello and Dushyant C. Kothari