340 Composites for Environmental Applications

Tuesday, November 15, 2016: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Golden Gate 5 (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
This session invites all contributions to the field of composite materials that focus on environmental applications such as remediation, greener processing, or environmental analysis. The remediation issues may involve adsorption of hazardous materials, water purification, or separation processes. Composites may be used to solve recalcitrant analysis issues in the environment such as detection of released nanomaterials. Composites can also be central in the solution of complex engineering issues found at the water, energy, food nexus.

Environmental Division (09)

Carson Meredith
Email: carson.meredith@che.gatech.edu

Gang Wu
Email: gangwu@buffalo.edu

Sashanka Tallapudi
Email: stallapud42@students.tntech.edu

Cory Jensen
Email: cory.jensen@alumni.colostate.edu

12:48 PM
(340b) Electrospun Nanocarbon Fibers for the Chromium Removal in Water
Yang Lu, Guoqiang Yu, John Zhanhu Guo, Suying Wei and Evan K. Wujcik

1:42 PM

2:18 PM
(340g) Composites Based on Biomimicry of the Prunus Spp. Seed Cyanide Defense System as Alternative to Pesticides
Carlos A. Mora, Jonas G. Halter, Cornel Adler, Andreas Hund, Heidrun Anders, Kang Yu and Wendelin J. Stark

2:36 PM
(340h) Preparation and Photocatalytic Properties of g-C3N4/TiO2/BiVO4
Xinlin Shen, Youliang Wang, Kebin Li and Fengyun Wang
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