457 Thermodynamics at the Nanoscale I

Wednesday, November 6, 2013: 8:30 AM
Union Square 15 (Hilton)
Description:
The session welcomes contributions on experimental, theoretical, and computational studies of systems and phenomena where a nanoscale characteristic length explicitly affects thermodynamic and transport properties. Fundamentals of nanoscale thermodynamics, such as finite-size and fluctuation thermodynamics, non-equilibrium and equilibrium thermodynamics of micro phase separation, phase transitions in nano-confined systems, nonequilibrium thermodynamics of pattern formation and fractals at nanoscale are examples of the topics to be considered for this session.

Sponsor:
Thermodynamics and Transport Properties

Chair:
Dilip Asthagiri
Email: dilipa@jhu.edu

Co-Chair:
Amish J. Patel
Email: pamish@seas.upenn.edu

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

File available
9:42 AM

10:00 AM
(457f) Coarse Grain Model of Nanostructured Alkaline Exchange Membranes: Phase Behavior and Transport Property Predictions
Shifan Mao, Steve He, Elyse Coletta, Michael Toney, Curtis W. Frank and Andrew J. Spakowitz

10:18 AM
(457g) Theoretical Study of Nanostructured Alkaline Exchange Membrane Transport Property
Shifan Mao, Andrew Spakowitz, Elyse Coletta, Steve He, Michael Toney and Curtis W. Frank
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