78 Effects of Confinement on Molecular Properties

Monday, November 14, 2016: 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Yosemite B (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
Description:
Confinement in nanostructures like adsorbent and membrane pores often leads to peculiar thermodynamic and transport properties. This session welcomes computational and experimental studies that explore these behaviors.

Sponsor:
Thermodynamics and Transport Properties

Chair:
Lev Gelb
Email: lev.gelb@utdallas.edu

Co-Chair:
Francisco R. Hung
Email: f.hung@northeastern.edu


8:00 AM
(78a) Single-File Diffusion of Gas Mixtures in Dipeptide Nanochannels: High Field Diffusion NMR Study
Akshita Dutta, Poorvajan Sekar, Muslim Dvoyashkin, Clifford R. Bowers, Kirk J. Ziegler and Sergey Vasenkov

8:16 AM
(78b) Exploring Diffusion in Hierarchical Zeolites with Molecular Dynamics Simulations
J. Ilja Siepmann, Peng Bai, Swagata Parhari, Emmanuel Haldoupis, Paul J. Dauenhauer and Michael Tsapatsis

8:32 AM
(78c) Compressibility of Confined Fluid and Its Dependence on Pressure
Gennady Gor, Daniel W. Siderius, Vincent K. Shen and Noam Bernstein

8:48 AM
(78d) Supercooled Water in Small Nanotubes As a Shear-Thinning Fluid
José Cobeña, Mahdi Khademi and Muhammad Sahimi
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