209 Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes: Absorption and Transport Processes

Monday, November 9, 2015: 3:15 PM - 5:45 PM
253A (Salt Palace Convention Center)

We invite papers dealing with experimental or theoretical or simulational studies of gases or liquids interacting with graphene, carbon nanotubes, and related nanostructures. Topics of interest include adsorption isotherms, characterization of the porous structure of the nanotubes, phase transitions, confinement and dimensionality effects, heats of adsorption, heat capacity, adsorption related to sensors, transport of gases or liquids through nanotubes, interaction of biological molecules with nanotubes, and related issues.

Carbon Nanomaterials
Reginald E. Rogers Jr. Email: reginald.rogers@rit.edu
Lei Li Email: lel55@pitt.edu
- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

3:20 PM
(209a) Comparative Dynamics and Sequence Dependence of DNA and RNA Binding to Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes
Markita Landry, Lela Vukovic, Sebastian Kruss, Gili Bisker, Alexandra Landry, Shahrin Islam, Rishabh Jain, Klaus Schulten and Michael S. Strano

3:40 PM

4:00 PM

File available
4:20 PM
(209d) Mechanism of Chemical Doping in Electronic Type Separated Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes Towards High Electrical Conductivity
Ivan Puchades, Colleen C. Lawlor, Christopher M. Schauerman, Andrew R. Bucossi, Jamie E. Rossi, Nathanael D. Cox and Brian J. Landi

5:00 PM
(209f) Modeling of Graphene-Titania Interfaces
N. Aaron Deskins and Brandon Bukowski

5:20 PM
(209g) Surface Pressure and Microstructure of Carbon Nanotubes Adsorbed at an Air-Water Interface
Sahil R. Vora, Brice Bognet, Huseini S. Patanwala, Francisco Chinesta and Anson W. K. Ma
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