78 Effects of Confinement on Molecular Properties

Monday, November 14, 2016: 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Yosemite B (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
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.

Thermodynamics and Transport Properties

Lev Gelb
Email: lev.gelb@utdallas.edu

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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