541 Nanomaterials for Energy Storage II

Wednesday, November 16, 2016: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Continental 1 (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
This session seeks contributions pertaining to the development of nanomaterials for energy storage applications. Nano-issues in hydrogen storage materials for on-board and off-board applications and in electrochemical energy storage devices such as batteries and ultracapacitors are leading examples. Synthesis and characterization approaches, studies of kinetics, energy-release mechanisms and catalytic activity in these and other energy storage materials by experimental, theoretical and computational methods are welcome in this session.

Nanomaterials for Applications in Energy and Biology
Electronics and Photonics (08E)

Yong L. Joo
Email: ylj2@cornell.edu


12:50 PM

1:50 PM
(541e) Wet Spinning of Transition Metal Chalcogenide Fibers
John Landers, Parth Patel, Man Kwok, Alexander V. Neimark, Gordon G. Wallace, Tânia Benedetti, David Officer and Geoffrey M. Spinks

2:10 PM
(541f) Dehydrogenation Mechanisms in Nanocrystalline Magnesium Hydride
Sweta Shriniwasan, Apurva Gangrade and Nikhil Gor

2:30 PM
(541g) Effects of Surface Modified Ferrofluids on Energy Induction in Oscillating Heat Pipes
Swati Kumari, J. Gabriel Monroe, Huiyu Wang, Rangana Wijayapala, Erick S. Vasquez, Matthew J. Berg, Scott M. Thompson and Keisha B. Walters

2:50 PM
(541h) Heat Transfer in Metal Organic Frameworks during Gas Adsorption
Hasan Babaei, Christopher E. Wilmer and Alan J. H. McGaughey