195 Ionic Liquids: Thermodynamics and Properties

Monday, November 17, 2014: 3:15 PM
International 1 (Marriott Marquis Atlanta)
Ionic liquids (ILs) have been widely applied in chemical engineering related areas. The thermodynamics and properties are the basis for the applications of ionic liquids. This session include (but not limited): (a) Thermodynamics and Phase Equilibria; (b) Physicochemical and Transport Properties; (c) Electrochemical Properties; (d) Biochemical Properties and Toxicology Properties; (e) Quantum Computation and Molecular Simulation.

Innovations of Green Process Engineering for Sustainable Energy and Environment

Suojiang Zhang
Email: sjzhang@home.ipe.ac.cn

Z. Conrad Zhang
Email: zczhang@yahoo.com

Xiangping Zhang
Email: xpzhang@home.ipe.ac.cn

3:15 PM
(195a) Investigation of Structure and Transport in Li-Doped Ionic Liquid Electrolytes: [pyr14][Tfsi], [pyr13][Fsi], and [EMIM][BF4]
Justin B. Haskins, William R. Bennett, James J. Wu, Dionne M. Hernandez, Oleg Borodin, Joshua D. Monk, Charles W. Bauschlicher Jr. and John W. Lawson

3:35 PM
(195b) Toward Understanding the Structural Heterogeneity and Ion Pair Stability in Dicationic Ionic Liquids
Song Li, Jose Leo Banuelos, Pengfei Zhang, Guang Feng, Sheng Dai and Peter T. Cummings

3:55 PM

4:15 PM
(195d) Binary Phase Behavior of Lipidic Ionic Liquids
Kevin N. West, Blane D. Green, Richard A. O'Brien and James H. Davis Jr.

4:55 PM