105 Nanoscale Materials As Catalysts II

Monday, October 29, 2012: 12:30 PM
317 (Convention Center )
While the nanoscale is not foreign to heterogeneous catalysis, new developments in nanotechnology promise to create a new generation of catalysts with precise control of structures and desired functionalities. Papers are solicited to showcase such developments.

Catalysis and Reaction Engineering Division

Chang Hwan Kim
Email: chang.h.kim@gm.com

Fan Shi
Email: fan.shi@netl.doe.gov

12:30 PM

12:50 PM
(105b) New Opportunities in Metal Cluster Catalysis by Using Organic Ligands
Ron C. Runnebaum, Alexander Okrut and Alexander Katz

1:30 PM
(105d) Self-Assembly of Nanostructured Metal Alloys in Low Temperature Oxidation Catalysis
Chang Hwan Kim, Michael Balogh, Michelle Wiebenga, Jason Gaudet, Se H. Oh, Wei Li and Abhaya Datye

1:50 PM
(105e) Nanostructured Manganese Oxides As Efficient Oxygen Evolution Catalysts
Feng Jiao, Venkata Bharat Ram Boppana and Seif Yusuf

2:10 PM
(105f) Preparation and Quantitative Analysis of PAMAM-Stabilized Metal Ions in Aqueous Solutions: Effect of pH and Dialysis
Eleni A. Kyriakidou, Konstantin V. Khivantsev, Christina Papadimitriou, Thomas M. Gostanian, Paul T. Fanson, Oleg S. Alexeev and Michael D. Amiridis
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