199th Meeting - Washington, DC

March 25-30, 2001

PROGRAM INFORMATION

B1 - Battery/Energy Technology Joint General Session

Battery Division/ Energy Technology Division

Wednesday, March 28, 2001

North Salon, Ballroom Level

Fuel Cells

Co-Chairs: T.F. Fuller and T. Thampian

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10:0020 Combustion Chemical Vapor Deposition of Yttria Stabilized Zirconia Thin Films For Solid Oxide Fuel Cells - Z. Xu, Q. Wei, and J. Sankar (North Carolina A&T State University) PDF
10:1521 Modeling Of The H2-(O)2 Proton-Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell. Electrode Microstructure, Kinetics and Transport Aspects. - T. Thampan, J. Zhang, and R. Datta (Worcester Polytechnic Institute) PDF
10:3022 Combinatorial Electrochemical Techniques for the Discovery of Improved Fuel-Cell Electrode Materials - P. Strasser, S. Gorer, and M. Devenney (Symyx Technologies, Inc.) PDF
10:4523 A Fast Method for Pre-Screening of Pt Based Catalysts for PEMFC - K. Petrov, S. Gamburzev, A.J. Appleby (Texas A & M University), P. Napolitano, P. Atanasova, and M. Hampden-Smith (Superior MicroPowders) PDF
11:0024 A Two-phase Flow and Transport Model for PEM Fuel Cells - L. You and H. Liu (University of Miami) PDF
11:1525 Performance of Non-Precious-Metal Catalyst for Alkaline Fuel Cell - S. Gamburzev (Texas A&M University), K. Kunze, P. Atanassova, P. Atanassov, M. Hampden-Smith, and T. Kodas (Superio MicroPowders) PDF
11:3026 Pt-Mo Binary Alloys as Advanced CO Tolerant Catalysts for PEM Fuel Cells - M. Enayetullah, R. Urian, S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University), F. Tinoco, K. Shaik, and R. Allen (E-TEK Inc., Denora N.A. Inc) PDF
11:4527 Effect of Anode Flow Rate on the CO Poisoning of PEM Fuel Cell - J. Zhang, T. Thampan, and R. Datta (Worcester Polytechnic Institute) PDF

Fuel Cells (cont'd)

Co-Chairs: T.F. Fuller and M.A. Ryan

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2:0028 ENERGY TECHNOLOGY DIVISION AWARD ADDRESS-Contributions of Fundamental Research to Carbonate Fuel Cell Technology - J.R. Selman (I.I.T.) PDF
2:3029 ENERGY TECHNOLOGY DIVISION AWARD ADDRESS-Design Optimization and Advanced Material Development for Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell - I. Uchida (Tohoku University) PDF
3:00 Thirty-Minute Intermission
3:3030 A New Method for Preparation of Gas Diffusion Electrodes for Alkaline Fuel Cells and Metal-air Batteries - S. Gamburzev, K. Petrov, and A.J. Appleby (Texas A&M University) PDF
3:4531 Ni-based Glasses as Electrocatalysts for PEMFCs - G. Lu and G. Zangari (University of Alabama) PDF
4:0032 Fuel Processor for Portable Fuel Cell Applications - S. Rogers, R. Koripella, S. Tasic, D. Gervasio, C. Dyer, D. Zindel, J. Hallmark, and D. Wilcox (Motorola Labs) PDF
4:1533 A High Current Density Laccase Cathode for In-vivo Biofuel Cells - S. Calabrese Barton, G. Binyamin, H.-H. Kim, and A. Heller (The University of Texas at Austin) PDF
4:3034 Reduced-Temperature SOFCs Using Ceria-Based Electrolytes Fabricated by Sceen Printing - C. Xia, F. Chen, and M. Liu (Georgia Institute of Technology) PDF
4:4535 Selective Oxidation of CO in Hydrogen under Fuel Cell Operating Conditions - C. He, J. Fenton, and R. Kunz (University of Connecticut) PDF
5:0036 Development of High Stability Cathodes for Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell Applications - A. Durairajan, B. Haran, R. White, and B. Popov (University of South Carolina) PDF
5:1537 Design and Optimization of Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell Cathodes - B. Haran, A. Durairajan, B. Popov, and R. White (University of South Carolina) PDF
5:3038 Compound Semiconductor Electrodeposition via Ligand Stabilized Cations over Large pH Ranges - R. Williams, J. Herman, and M. Ryan (Jet Propulsion Laboratory) PDF

Thursday, March 29, 2001

Cell Systems and Capacitors

Co-Chairs: J. Harb and P. Gomadam

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8:0039 The Electrochemistry of Non-Aqueous Aluminum of Batteries - G. Levitin, R. Tel-Vered, C. Yarnitzky, and S. Licht (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology) PDF
8:1540 A Generalized Symbolic Solution for Diffusional Impedance of Particle Electrodes - V. Subramanian, Q. Guo, J. Weidner, and R. White (University of South Carolina) PDF
8:3041 Cycling Behavior of Microscopic Nickel-Zinc Batteries - P. Humble, J. Harb, D. Bennett, R. Selfridge (Brigham Young University), and R. LaFollette (Bipolar Technologies Corporation) PDF
8:4542 Material and Electrochemical Characterization of Tetrapropylammonium Manganese Oxide Thin Films as Novel Electrode Materials for Electrochemical Capacitors - S.-F. Chin, S.-C. Pang, and M. Anderson (University of Wisconsin-Madison) PDF
9:0043 Modeling of Thermal Behavior of Nickel/Metal Hydride Batteries for Electric Vehicles - C.B. Shin, C.Y. Yun (Ajou University), and S.-Y. Park (IAE) PDF
9:1544 Effects of the Chemical Structures of Ru- and Ir-Chloride Precursors on the Preparation of Hydrous Ru-Ir Oxides for the Electrochemical Capacitors by Cyclic Voltammetry - C.-C. Hu and K.-H. Chang (National Chung Cheng University) PDF
9:30 Thirty-Minute Intermission

Capacitors and Lithium-Ion Batteries

Co-Chairs: P. Gomadam and J. Harb

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10:0045 Synthesis and Characterization of Mn Based Alloy Materials for Supercapacitors - H. Kim and B. Popov (University of South Carolina) PDF
10:1546 Performance and Life Evaluations of Advanced Technology Development Lithium-Ion Cells - C. Motloch (Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory) PDF
10:3047 Ion Distribution of Spinel Type Zn1-xLixFe2-xTixO4 - Y. Arachi, T. Asai, K. Yuichi (Kansai University), and M. Tabuchi (Osaka National Research Institute) PDF
10:4548 The Effect of Amorphous Structure on the Improvement of Anode Material for Lithium Battery - X. Zhu, J.Y. Lee, and Z. Liu (National University of Singapore) PDF
11:0049 On the Origin of the Electrochemical Degradation of Rocking-Chair Manganese Dioxide Materials - J.-L. Delplancke, T. Segato, P.-H. Duvigneaud (Universite Libre de Bruxelles), J.-C. Rousche, J.-B. Soupart, and M.-F. Piton (Erachem) PDF
11:1550 The Cycling Stability of Solid Electrolyte Interface Film Formed on Graphite Electrodes - C. Wang, A.J. Appleby (Texas A&M Unoversity), and F.E. Little (Texas A&M University) PDF
11:3051 Optimized LiFePO4 for Lithium Battery Cathodes - A. Yamada, S.-C. Chung, and K. Hinokuma (Sony Corporation) PDF
11:4552 Three-Dimensional Thermal Electrochemical Modeling of a Lithium-Ion Battery - P. Gomadam, J. Weidner, and R. White (University of South Carolina) PDF
12:0053 Use of Nano Materials as Cathodes in Primary and Secondary Lithium and Lithium Ion Batteries - D. Ghantous and B. Chaloner-Gill (NanoGram Corporation) PDF

Lithium/Lithium Ion Batteries

Co-Chairs: T.F. Fuller and R.C. Urian

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2:0054 Reaction Mechanism of the Olivine-Type Lix(MnyFe1-y)PO4 - A. Yamada, S.-C. Chung, M. Hosoya, G. Li, Y. Kudo, and K.-Y. Liu (Sony Corporation) PDF
2:1555 Spectroelectrochemical Investigations of Cation-Insertion Reactions at Mesoporous Manganese Oxide Thin Films - J. Long, L. Qadir, and D. Rolison (Naval Research Laboratory) PDF
2:3056 The Effect of Cathode Materials of Li-ion Cells as a Back-up Power Supply - K. Asakura (NTT Telecommunications Energy Laboratories), M. Shimomura (NTT Building Technology Institute), and T. Hirai (Ennet Corporation) PDF
2:4557 Improvement of the Electrochemical properties of LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Spinel - X. Wu and S.B. Kim (Pohang University of Science and Technology) PDF
3:00 Thirty-Minute Intermission
3:3058 Preparation and Characterization of Mesoporous Sn-SiO2 Composite as Anode for Lithium-Ion Battery - Z. Shi, F. Chen, and M. Liu (Georgia Institute of Technology) PDF
3:4559 Temperature Dependent Performance of LixMyMny-2O4: In situ XRD and XAS Studies - R. Urian and S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University) PDF
4:0060 Studies of Ion Transport Mechanisms in Semicrystalline P(EO)n -based Polymer Electrolytes - D. Golodnitsky, E. Livshits (Tel Aviv University), I. Lapidas (Hebrew University), and E. Peled (Tel Aviv University) PDF
4:1561 Electrochemical Properties of Thin-Layer Electrodes Based on Iron Sulfide Compounds in Polymer and Solid Nonaqueous Electrolytes - E. Shembel, E. Kalinushkin, I. Maksyuta, O. Chervakov, V. Tysyachny, K. Kylyvnyk, T. Pastushkin, S. Oleshko (Ukrainian State Chemical Technology University), D. Reisner (US Nanocorp, Inc.), and P. Novak (OnPower Battery SRL) PDF
4:3062 Tin Encapsulated Graphite as Anode Material for Li-Ion Batteries - V. Basker, A. Durairajan, R. White, and B. Popov (University of South Carolina) PDF
4:4563 Adhesion Studies of Cathode Materials in Lithium Batteries - M. Sugita (Nagase & Co. Ltd.) and M. Yoshio (Saga University) GIF