747 Carbon Based Nano-Structured Membranes

Friday, November 21, 2014: 8:30 AM
302 (Hilton Atlanta)
Research activities on membranes based on carbon nanotubes, graphene and other nanostructured carbon are burgeoning. These include experimental and simulation studies which is paving the way for development of next-generation membranes for desalination and gas separation applications. The session solicits either experimental or simulation based papers on the development of membrane materials, studies on transport phenomena and their applications.

Membrane-Based Separations

Mainak Majumder
Email: mainak.majumder@monash.edu

Lucy Mar Camacho
Email: lucy.camacho@tamuk.edu

Canghai Ma
Email: Canghai.Ma@airliquide.com

8:30 AM

8:50 AM

9:10 AM
(747c) A Scalable Method for Producing Graphene Membranes with Nanofiltration Properties
Abozar Akbarivakilabadi, Phillip Sheath, Dhanraj Shinde and Mainak Majumder

9:35 AM
(747d) Preparation of Amorphous Carbon Molecular Sieve Membranes Via Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition
Hiroki Nagasawa, Masakoto Kanezashi, Tomohisa Yoshioka and Toshinori Tsuru
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