515 Solid-Liquid Interfaces II

Wednesday, November 6, 2013: 12:30 PM
Union Square 13 (Hilton)
This session welcomes contributions describing experiment and theory in the area of interfacial phenomena at solid-liquid interfaces. Relevant topics include (but are not limited to): wetting, capillarity, adsorption from solution, adhesion, electrochemistry, responsive surfaces, and self-assembly.Faculty candidates taking part in the 'Meet the Candidates' poster session should note this in their abstract submission.

Interfacial Phenomena

Joelle Frechette
Email: jfrechette@jhu.edu

Jacinta C. Conrad
Email: jcconrad@uh.edu

Kai Kristiansen
Email: kai@engineering.ucsb.edu

12:30 PM
(515a) Substrate Constraints Modify the Rayleigh Spectrum of Vibrating Sessile Drops
Chun-Ti Chang, Joshua B. Bostwick, Paul H. Steen and Susan Daniel

12:45 PM
(515b) Superhydrophobic Surfaces Through Micromolding Surface-Initiated Polymerization
G. Kane Jennings, Carlos A. Escobar, Jarrid Ristau, Tyler Cooksey, Nur Nabilah Mahfuz and Matthew Spellings

1:30 PM
(515e) Effects of Organic Additives On Hydration At Silicate and Aluminate Particle Surfaces
Rahul P. Sangodkar, Benjamin J. Smith, Lawrence R. Roberts, Gary P. Funkhouser, Michael F. Doherty and Bradley F. Chmelka

2:00 PM
(515g) Intermittent Desorption-Mediated Surface Diffusion
Michael J. Skaug, Joshua Mabry and Daniel K. Schwartz

2:30 PM
(515i) Transient Hydrate Formation/Dissociation of Methane Hydrates in Porous Media At Hydrate Stable Conditions
Ponnivalavan Babu, Praveen Linga, Andrew Palmer, Boo Cheong Khoo, Thiam Soon Tan and Pramoch Rangsunvigit
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