463 Charged Polymers for Membrane-Based Water and Energy Applications

Wednesday, November 16, 2016: 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Plaza B (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
Experimental, modeling, and/or theoretical papers focused on charged or ion-containing polymer membranes/membrane materials for water purification (e.g., membrane separations) and/or energy generation/storage applications (e.g., salinity gradient energy, battery, and/or fuel cell membranes) are desired. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, water and/or ion transport characterization and modeling, water-polymer interactions, ion-polymer interactions, the influence of polymer structure and morphology on transport properties, and the effects of polymer processing and/or membrane formation conditions on material and membrane properties.

Membrane-Based Separations
Polymers (08A)

Geoffrey M. Geise
Email: geise@virginia.edu

Ayse Asatekin
Email: Ayse.Asatekin@tufts.edu

8:30 AM
(463a) Multiblock Ionomers for Membrane Applications
Matthew D. Green, Yi Yang, HeeRan Hong and Felicia Romero

8:48 AM
(463b) Realizing the Potential of Micro-Phase Separated Block Copolymer Electrolytes: Ion Domain Connectivity Plays a Prominent Role in Ion Conduction
Christopher G. Arges, Yu Kambe, Moshe Dolejsi, Guangpeng Wu, Tamar Segal-Peretz, Jiaxing Ren and Paul F. Nealey

9:42 AM
(463e) Water and Salt Transport in Polymer Membranes Prepared By Solvent-Free Melt Processing
Hee Jeung Oh, Benny D. Freeman, Donald Paul and James E. McGrath

10:00 AM

10:36 AM
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