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Symposium EE10 : Recent Advances in Materials for Carbon Capture

2016-03-30   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Shannon Mahurin, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Jason Bara, University of Alabama
Chunqing Liu, UOP, LLC, Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies
EE10.1: Porous Materials and Membranes
Session Chairs
Jason Bara
Shannon Mahurin
Wednesday PM, March 30, 2016
PCC North, 100 Level, Room 121 C

2:00 PM - EE10.1.01
Preparation of Ordered N-Doped Mesoporous Carbon via Polymer-Ionic Liquid Assembly

Xili Cui 1,Qiwei Yang 1,Yijun Xiong 1,Zongbi Bao 1,Huabin Xing 1,Sheng Dai 3

1 Key Laboratory of Biomass Chemical Engineering of Ministry of Education, College of Chemical and Biological Engineering Zhejiang University Hangzhou China,2 Chemical Sciences Division Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge United States,3 Department of Chemistry University of Tennessee Knoxvillle United States

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2:15 PM - EE10.1.02
Poly-Functional Porous-Organic Polymers to Access Functionality–CO2Sorption Energetics Relationships

Mohamed Alkordi 1,Rana Haikal 1,Youssef Sayed 1,Abdul-Hamid Emwas 2,Youssef Belmabkhout 3

1 Center for Materials Science Zewail City of Science and Technology 6th of October Egypt,2 NMR Core Lab King Abdullah University of Science and Technology Thuwal Saudi Arabia3 Center for Advanced Membranes and Porous Materials King Abdullah University of Science and Technology Thuwal Saudi Arabia

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2:30 PM - *EE10.1.03
CO2 Capture by Cold Membrane Operation

Sudhir Kulkarni 1,T Chaubey 1,D Hasse 1,A Augustine 1,J. Brumback 1,D Kratzer 1,E Sanders 1

1 Air Liquide Newark United States,

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3:00 PM - *
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3:30 PM - *EE10.1.04
Separation of Carbon Dioxide Based on Porous Membranes

Sheng Dai 2

1 Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge United States,2 Department of Chemistry University of Tennessee Knoxville United States,

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4:00 PM - EE10.1.05
Development of Passive Polymer Membranes for High Flux Carbon Dioxide Separation

Tao Hong 1,Sophia Lai 1,Sabornie Chatterjee 1,Shannon Mahurin 1,De-en Jiang 2,Brian Long 3,Jimmy Mays 1,Alexei Sokolov 3,Tomonori Saito 1

1 Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge United States,2 Chemistry University of California, Riverside Riverside United States3 Chemistry University of Tennessee Knoxville United States3 Chemistry University of Tennessee Knoxville United States,1 Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge United States1 Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge United States,3 Chemistry University of Tennessee Knoxville United States

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4:15 PM - EE10.1.06
Experiments and Simulations of Mixed Matrix Membranes for CO2 Capture from Post-Combustion Flue Gas

David Hopkinson 1,Surendar Venna 1,Anne Marti 1,Jie Feng 1

1 National Energy Technology Laboratory Morgantown United States,

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4:30 PM - EE10.1.07
Metal Organic Covalent Network Based Films for Carbon Capture

Minghui Wang 1,Nicolas Boscher 2,Karen Gleason 1

1 Chemical Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge United States,2 Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology Luxembourg Luxembourg

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4:45 PM - EE10.1.08
Electrospun Nanocomposite Membranes for Separation

Bin Mu 1,Mitchell Armstrong 1

1 Arizona State University Tempe United States,

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EE10.2: Poster Session
Session Chairs
Shannon Mahurin
Wednesday PM, March 30, 2016
Sheraton, Third Level, Phoenix Ballroom

8:00 PM - EE10.2.01
Direct Observation of CO2 Sorption on the Eutectic Mixture Promoted MgO

Soonha Hwang 1,Hanyeong Lee 1,Hye Sook Moon 2,Seung Geol Lee 2,Jung Ho Yoo 3,Jeong Gil Seo 1

1 Energy Science and Technology Myongji University Yongin Korea (the Republic of),2 Organic Material Science and Engineering Pusan National University Pusan Korea (the Republic of)3 Measurement amp; Analysis National Nanofab Center Deajeon Korea (the Republic of)

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8:00 PM - EE10.2.02
Thermodynamic Properties of MgO and Substrates in CO2 Adsorption Based on Density Functional Theory

Sung Hyun Kwon 1,Hye Sook Moon 1,Sung Gu Kang 2,Jeong Gil Seo 3,Seung Geol Lee 1

1 Pusan National University Busan Korea (the Republic of),2 Korea Institute of Samp;T Evaluation and Planning (KISTEP) Seoul Korea (the Republic of)3 Myongji University Yongin Korea (the Republic of)

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8:00 PM - EE10.2.03
Lewis-Base Derivatized Covalent Metal-Organic Networks (CMONs) for Carbon Capture

David Manke 1

1 University of Massachusetts Dartmouth North Dartmouth United States,

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8:00 PM - EE10.2.04
Use of Organic/Inorganic Hybrid Aerogels for Low-Concentration CO2 Capture

Yong Kong 2,Xiaodong Shen 1,Sheng Cui 1,Zhigang Pan 1,Maohong Fan 2,Hui Chang 1

1 Nanjing Tech University Nanjing China,2 University of Wyoming Laramie United States,1 Nanjing Tech University Nanjing China2 University of Wyoming Laramie United States

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2016-03-31   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Shannon Mahurin, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Jason Bara, University of Alabama
Chunqing Liu, UOP, LLC, Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies
EE10.3: Computation
Session Chairs
Jason Bara
Chunqing Liu
Thursday AM, March 31, 2016
PCC North, 100 Level, Room 121 C

8:00 AM - *EE10.3.01
Computational Materials Chemistry for Carbon Capture

De-en Jiang 1

1 Univ of California-Riverside Riverside United States,

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8:30 AM - EE10.3.02
Theoretical Design of Triptycene-Derived Covalent Organic Frameworks for CO2 Capture

Ziqi Tian 1,De-en Jiang 1

1 Department of Chemistry University of California, Riverside Riverside United States,

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8:45 AM - *EE10.3.03
Multiscale Modeling of Metal-Organic Frameworks for Carbon Capture

Randall Snurr 1,Song Li 2,Yongchul Chung 1,Pravas Deria 3,Karson Leperi 1,Fengqi You 1,Omar Farha 1,Joseph Hupp 1

1 Northwestern University Evanston United States,2 School of Energy and Power Engineering Huazhong University of Science and Technology Wuhan China3 Southern Illinois University Carbondale United States

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9:15 AM - EE10.3.04
Understanding and Controlling CO2 Uptake Reduction of MOF-74 after Exposure to Humid Conditions

Sebastian Zuluaga 1,Erika Fuentes 2,Kui Tan 2,Jing Li 3,Yves Chabal 2,Timo Thomhauser 1

1 Wake Forest Univ Winston Salem United States,2 Department of Materials Science and Engineering University of Texas at Dallas Richardson United States3 Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology Rutgers University Piscataway United States

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9:30 AM - EE10.3.05
Computational Modeling of Stimuli Responsive Metal-Organic Frameworks

Runhong Huang 1,Ravichandar BabaRao 2,Nikhil Medhekar 1

1 Department of Materials Science and Engineering Monash University Clayton Australia,2 Manufacturing Flagship CSIRO Clayton Australia

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9:45 AM - EE10.3.06
Ab Initio Thermodynamics of the Flexible Framework Material MIL-53 (Cr)

Eric Cockayne 1

1 NIST Gaithersburg United States,

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10:00 AM -
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EE10.4: Framework Materials
Session Chairs
Jason Bara
Chunqing Liu
Thursday AM, March 31, 2016
PCC North, 100 Level, Room 121 C

10:30 AM - *EE10.4.01
Amine-Functionalized MOFs/PPNs for Carbon Capture

Hao Li 1,Lanfang Zou 1,Hongcai Zhou 1

1 Texas Aamp;M Univ College Station United States,

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11:00 AM - EE10.4.02
Surface Area and Porosity Assessment of MOFs by Combining Ar Adsorption with Sub- and Supercritical CO2 Adsorption

Katie Cychosz 1,Matthias Thommes 1

1 Quantachrome Instruments Boynton Beach United States,

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11:15 AM - EE10.4.03
Changes in Microstructure and Structure during Selective Gas Adsorption in Advanced Carbon Capture Materials

Andrew Allen 1,Fan Zhang 1,Laura Espinal 1,Winnie Wong-Ng 1,Greeshma Gadikota 2

1 NIST Gaithersburg United States,2 Columbia University New York United States

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11:30 AM - EE10.4.04
Exceptional Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Sorption Properties of Hierarchical FAU Zeolites Having a High Crystallinity, Produced through a Scalable and Sustainable Synthetic Method

Dong-Kyun Seo 1,Dinesh Medpelli 1,Danielle Ladd 1,Farid Akhtar 2

1 School of Molecular Sciences Arizona State University Tempe United States,2 Department of Engineering Sciences and Mathematics Luleå University of Technology Luleå Sweden

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EE10.5: Unconventional Materials
Session Chairs
Chunqing Liu
Shannon Mahurin
Thursday PM, March 31, 2016
PCC North, 100 Level, Room 121 C

1:30 PM - *EE10.5.01
Ionic Liquids – Phase Behavior to Carbon Dioxide Capture

Mark Shiflett 1

1 Experimental Station DuPont Central Research and Development Wilmington United States,

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2:00 PM - EE10.5.02
Lessons Learned from the Use of Unconventional Materials for CO2 Capture

Jason Bara 1

1 Univ of Alabama Tuscaloosa United States,

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2:15 PM - EE10.5.03
High-Throughput Generation of Encapsulated Sorbents for Carbon Dioxide Capture

Du Nguyen 1,Congwang Ye 1,William Smith 1,Sarah Baker 1,Eric Duoss 1,Christopher Spadaccini 1,Joshuah Stolaroff 1,Roger Aines 1

1 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Fremont United States,

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2:30 PM - *EE10.5.04
In Situ Structural and Dynamic Studies on Porous Capture Materials

Martin Schroder 1

1 Univ of Manchester Nottingham United Kingdom,

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3:00 PM -
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3:30 PM - EE10.5.05
Nanoporous Polymers for Efficient CO2 Capture and Separation

Ali Coskun 1

1 KAIST Daejeon Korea (the Republic of),

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3:45 PM - EE10.5.06
New MOF-Nanofiber Nanocomposites for Moisture Swing Adsorption of Carbon Dioxide

Mitchell Armstrong 1,Bin Mu 1

1 SEMTE Arizona State University Tempe United States,

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4:00 PM - EE10.5.07
In Situ and In Operando Investigations of CO2 Interactions with Shales Using USAXS/SAXS/WAXS for Sustainable Hydrocarbon Extraction and Permanent Storage of CO2

Greeshma Gadikota 2,Fan Zhang 2,Andrew Allen 2,Ah-Hyung Alissa Park 1

1 Columbia University New York United States,2 National Institute of Standards and Technology Gaithersburg United States,2 National Institute of Standards and Technology Gaithersburg United States1 Columbia University New York United States

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4:15 PM - EE10.5.08
A Mechanism for the Effect of Hydration on the Reactivation of Sintered CaO Based Sorbent During Carbonation

Mahmoud Reda 1,Ghazi Reda 2

1 CanadaElectrochem Calgary Canada,2 Quantum Murray LP Toronto Canada

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4:30 PM - EE10.5.09
Carbon Dioxide Absorption and Desorption of Calcined Dolomite and Calcite Investigated by TGA-MS

Ekkehard Post 1

1 NETZSCH Geraetebau GmbH Selb Germany,

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