199th Meeting - Washington, DC

March 25-30, 2001

PROGRAM INFORMATION

D1 - Polymer Electrolytes for Batteries and Fuel Cells

Battery Division/ Physical Electrochemistry Division/ Energy Technology Division

Monday, March 26, 2001

Room 7, Meeting Room Level

Co-Chairs: K.M. Abraham and S. Paddison

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10:00102 Lithium Transport of Potential New Salts for Polymer Electrolytes - H. Dai, E. McCord, P. Soper, and A. Vega (DuPont Central Research and Development) PDF
10:15103 PEO-Based Network Solid Polymer Electrolyte with Enhanced Mechanical Stability and Conductivity - Y. Kang, S.-K. Kim, and C. Lee (Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology) PDF
10:30104 Solid Polymer Electrolytes from Dilithium Salts Based on New Bis[(perfluoroalkyl)sulfonyl]imide Dianions - O. Geiculescu, J. Yang, G. Shafer, R. Bailey-Walsh, S. Creager, D. DesMarteau, and W. Pennington (Clemson University) PDF
10:45105 Changes in the Vibrational Modes of Monoglyme Induced by Coordination to Lithium and Sodium Ions - C. Rhodes, S. Boesch, R. Wheeler, and R. Frech (University of Oklahoma) PDF
11:00106 Single–Ion Conductive Polymer Electrolyte with Lithium Sulphonate End Group - J. Travas-Sejdic, R. Steiner, and J. Desillvestro (Pacific Lithium (NZ) Limited) PDF
11:15107 Determination of Ionic Conductivity of Polymer/Carbon Composite Electrodes - A. Saab (Los Alamos National Laboratory), J. Weidner (University of South Carolina), and T. Zawodzinski (Los Alamos National Laboratory) PDF
11:30108 Transport Phenomena and Electrostatic Interactions in Thermoresponsive Hydrogels Undergoing Volume Phase Transitions - C. Ma and M. Ciszkowska (The City University of New York) PDF
11:45109 Molecular Modeling of the Dielectric Saturation in a Proton Exchange Membrane Pore - R. Paul (The University of Calgary) and S. Paddison (Motorola Inc.) PDF

Co-Chairs: T. Zawodzinski and A.P. Saab

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1:30110 Solid Polymer Electrolyte for Alkaline Fuel Cells - E. Agel, J. Bouet (CNAM), T. Brincourt (EDF), J.-F. Fauvarque, and H. Yassir (CNAM) PDF
1:45111 Bis[(perfluoroalkyl)]Sulfonyl Imide Ionomers for Use in PEM Fuel Cells - J. Atkins, S. Creager, B. Thomas, and D. DesMarteau (Clemson University) PDF
2:00112 New Proton Exchange Membranes Via Direct Step or Polycondensation - M.A. Hickner, F. Wang, H. Shobha, N. Gunduz, J.B. Mecham, J.E. McGrath (Virginia Tech), and T. Zawodzinski (Los Alamos National Laboratory) PDF
2:15113 Growth and Characterisation of Ultrathin and High Surface Area Proton Exchange Membranes - R. Wang and A. Kucernak (Imperial College) PDF
2:30114 The Role of Composition and Microstructure on the Electrochemistry of Proton Exchange Membranes - P. Beattie, V. Basura, C. Chuy, J. Schmeisser, J. Ding, and S. Holdcroft (Simon Fraser University) PDF
2:45115 Improving Selectivity in Methanol Fuel Cell Membranes: A Study of a Polymer-Zeolite Composite Membrane - B. Libby and E.L. Cussler (University of Minnesota) PDF
3:00 Thirty-Minute Intermission
3:30116 Preparation of MEAs for PEM Fuel Cells Operating at Above 100OC - Y. si, J.M. Fenton, and H.R. Kunz (University of Connecticut) PDF
3:45117 Effects of Catalyst Layer and Membrane Thickness on Performance of Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells - S. Yan, B. Sompalli, M. Scozzafava, and H. Gasteiger (General Motors) PDF
4:00118 Acid Dissociation and Hydration of Various Acidic Moieties for Fuel Cell Polymers - M. Eikerling, L. Pratt, and T. Zawodzinski (Los Alamos National Laboratory) PDF
4:15119 Microporous Oxides for Higher Temperature Proton Exchange Membranes - M. Anderson and M.I. Tejedor-Tejedor (Water Chemistry Program) PDF
4:30120 Investigation of CO Poisoning of High Performance PEMFC Electrodes - M. Murthy, M. Esayian, S. MacKenzie, A. Hobson (W.L. Gore & Associates), J. Van Zee, W.-K. Lee, and J. Glandt (University of South Carolina) PDF
4:45121 Analysis of the Oxygen Reduction on Pt Microelectrode with Various Equivalent Weight Polymer Electrolytes - S. Mitsushima, N. Araki, N. Kamiya, and K.-I. Ota (Yokohama National University) PDF
5:00122 Performance and Characterization of Lithium Ion Type Polymer Battery - M.D. Cho, J.Y. Kim, and D.Y. Seung (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology) PDF