2001 Joint International Meeting - the 200th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society, Inc. and the 52nd Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry - San Francisco, California

September 2-7, 2001


C1 - Fuel Cells and Conducting Polymers

ECS Cosponsors - Battery/Energy Technology/High Temperature Materials/Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering; ISE Cosponsor - Electrochemical Energy Conversion/Electronically and Ionically Conducting Phases/Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

Monday, September 3, 2001

Imperial Ballroom A, Ballroom Level

DMFC Membranes

Co-Chairs: T. Zawodzinski and P. Zelenay

10:00 Introductory Remarks
10:05315 Direct Methanol Fuel Cell Experimental and Model Validation Study - M. Mench, J. Scott, S. Boslet, W. Zhao-Hui, S. Thynell, and C.-Y. Wang (The Pennsylvania State University) PDF
10:25316 Blended Polyphosphazene Membranes for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells: Membrane Fabrication - R. Carter, R. Wycisk, P. Pintauro (Tulane University), C. Byrne (Science Research Laboratory, Inc.), and S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University) PDF
10:45317 Blended Polyphosphazene Membranes for Direct Methanol Oxidation: Methanol Crossover and Steady State DMFC Measurements in Single Cells - S. Mukerjee, R. Urian, V. Shah (Northeastern University), P. Pintauro (Tulane University), and C. Byrne (Science Research Laboratory) PDF
11:05318 Composite Multi-Layered Membranes for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells - M. Chatenet, B. Libby, and E. Cussler (University of Minnesota) PDF
11:25319 Direct Methanol Fuel Cell with Polyphosphazene Membrane - S. Sarangapani, N. Tran, K. Pham, D. Gage, and F. Luczak (ICET, Inc.) PDF
11:45320 Formation Behaviors of Formaldehyde and Formic Acid in Various Operating Conditions of DMFC - K. Totsuka, A. Maeda, and S. Watanabe (Japan Automobile Research Institute) PDF

DMFC Catalysis

Co-Chairs: P. Zelenay and M. Watanabe

2:00321 Anode Catalysts Tailor Made for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells - A.J. Dickinson, J.A. Collins, K.A. Friedrich, and U. Stimming (Technische Universitat Munchen) PDF
2:20322 Development of Freeze-dried Catalysts for Hydrogen and Direct Methanol Fuel Cells - E. Brosha, S. Pacheco, P. Zelaney, F. Uribe, F. Garzon, and T. Zawodzinski (Los Alamos National Laboratory) PDF
2:40323 Novel Class of Catalysts Based on Platinum and Organic Complex for Methanol Oxidation on Direct Methanol Fuel Cells - T. Okada, Y. Suzuki, T. Toda (National Institute of Advanced Science and Technology), and T. Hirose (Saitama University) PDF
3:00324 Electrocatatalytic Properties of Composite Conducting Polymer and Metal Oxide Based Films Towards Methanol Oxidation and Oxygen Reduction - P.J. Kulesza (University of Warsaw), M.A. Malik (Technical University of Czestochowa), K. Miecznikowski, M. Chojak, K. Caban, and A. Lewera (University of Warsaw) PDF
3:20325 New Metallic Electrocatalysts Prepared by Galvanostatic Pulse Electrodeposition. Application to the Direct Methanol Fuel Cell (DMFC) - C. Coutanceau, A. Lima, E. Garnier, J.-M. Leger, and C. Lamy (University of Poitiers) PDF
3:40326 Characterization Of Fuel Cell Electrocatalysts Using X-ray Methods - F. Garzon, E. Brosha, C. Zawodzinski (Los Alamos National Laboratory), and X. Ren (Mechanical Technology Inc.) PDF
4:00 Twenty-Minute Intermission
4:20327 Ruthenium Enhancement in Methanol Oxidation Electrocatalysis in the Surface NMR Perspective (Electrochemical NMR) - P.K. Babu, H.-S. Kim, E. Oldfield, Y.Y. Tong, P. Waszczuk, and A. Wieckowski (University of Illinois) PDF
4:40328 Kinetics of Methanol Oxidation and SEM/EDX Analysis of Nanocatalyst Layers after Electrochemical Activation - N. Fink (Heinrich-Heine Universitaet Duesseldorf), M. Lopez (Max-Planck-Institut fuer Kohlenforschung), and U. Koenig (Heinrich-Heine Universitaet Duesseldorf) PDF
5:00329 Size Effects of Ultrafine PtRu Particles on the Oxidation of Methanol in H2SO4 - Y. Takasu, T. Kawaguchi, H. Itaya, W. Sugimoto, and Y. Murakami (Shinshu University) PDF
5:20330 A Direct Methanol Fuel Cell with Pt-alloys with Ru, Mo, W and Os as Anode Catalysts - W.H. Lizcano Valbuena, E. de Camargo Bortholin, A. Oliveira Neto, V.A. Paganin, and E.R. Gonzalez (Instituto de Quimica de Sao Carlos - USP) PDF
5:40331 Development of Novel Electrocatalysts for Direct Alcohol Electrooxidation - K. Lux (U.S. Department of Energy) and E. Cairns (Ernest O. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) PDF
6:00332 Ethylene Glycol and Dimethyl Oxalate as Alternative Fuel to Methanol for Direct-Oxidation Fuel Cells - T. Duvdevani, A. Aharon, V. Livshits, A. Blum, and E. Peled (Tel Aviv University) PDF

Tuesday, September 4, 2001


Co-Chairs: F.A. Uribe and W. Smith

8:00333 Structural and Electrochemical Characterization of Ultra-Low Platinum, Carbon Supported ELectrocatalysts for PEMFC - P. Atanassova, P. Napolitano, R. Bhatia, P. Atanassov, T. Kodas, M. Hampden-Smith (Superior Micro Powders LLC), S. Gamburzev, K. Petrov, and A.J. Appleby (Texas A&M University) PDF
8:20334 A Pt submonolayer on Ru nanoparticles - a low loading high CO tolerance electrocatalyst - S. Brankovic, J. Wang, and R. Adzic (Brookhaven National Laboratory) PDF
8:40335 Analyses of Preferential Oxidation of Carbon Monoxide in a Reformed Gas over Pt and Pt-Alloy Catalysts Supported on Zeolites - M. Watanabe, H. Uchida, and K. Ohkubo (Yamanashi University) PDF
9:00336 Development of a Novel CO Tolerant Anode - A. Haug, R. White, J. Weidner (University of South Carolina), and W. Huang (Plug Power, Inc) PDF
9:20337 Ceramic Supported Pt-Ru Catalysts for H2/CO Oxidation - D. Tarnowski, D. Renock (T/J Technologies,Inc.), H. Lei (University of Michigan), J. Elam, M. Wixom (T/J Technologies,Inc.), and L. Thompson (University of Michigan) PDF
9:40338 CO Poisoning in a Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell and CO Mitigation by Using Dilute H_2O2 - D.P.J. Barz, A. Frey, and V.M. Schmidt (Mannheim University of Applied Sciences) PDF
10:00 Twenty-Minute Intermission
10:20339 The Effects of Fule Impurities on PEM Fuel Cell Performance - F. Uribe and T. Zawodzinski (Los Alamos National Laboratory) PDF
10:40340 Investigation of Mass-Transport Limitations in the Solid Polymer Fuel Cell Cathode - J. Ihonen, F. Jaouen, G. Lindbergh, A. Lundblad (The Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) - Stockholm), and G. Sundholm (Helsinki University of Technology) PDF
11:00341 Lowering Activation Overpotential for Oxygen Reduction Reaction (ORR) in a PEM Fuel Cell: New Insights and Directions - S. Mukerjee and R. Urian (Northeastern University) PDF
11:20342 The "Wired" Laccase Cathode: High Current Density Electroreduction of O2 to Water at + 0.7 V (NHE) at pH 5 - S. Calabrese Barton, H.-H. Kim, G. Binyamin, Y.-C. Zhang, and A. Heller (The University of Texas) PDF
11:40343 Effect of Temperature and Pressure on the Performance of a PEMFC during CO Poisoning - W.-K. Lee, J. Van Zee (University of South Carolina), M. Murthy, M. Esayian, S. Mac Kenzie, and A. Hobson (W.L. Gore & Associates, INC.) PDF

Molten Carbonate Fuel Cells

Co-Chairs: J.R. Selman and T. Zawodinski

2:00344 The Performance of Ni-Nb Cathode for MCFCs - C. Hong, X. Yong, X. Hong, T. Jiangxin, C. Wen, and P. Xuejun (Zhuzhou Engineering College) PDF
2:20345 LiFeO2LiCoO2NiO Cathodes for Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell (MCFC) - A. Wijayasinghe, B. Bergman, C. Lagergren, and A. Eriksson (KTH, Royal Institute of Technology) PDF
2:40346 NiO Cathode Dissolution and Ni Precipitation in Li/Na Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell - M. Yoshikawa, Y. Mugikura, T. Watanabe (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry), T. Mizukami, and T. Kahara (Hitachi, Ltd.) PDF
3:00347 Influence of Oxidant Gas Composition on the Behavior of Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell with LiCoO2 and LiMg0.05CoO2 Cathodes - L. Giorgi, E. Simonetti, A. Pozio, R. Lo Presti (Electrochemical Energy Conversion Section, ENEA C.R. Casaccia), M. Pasquali, and A. Dell'Era (University of Rome La Sapienza) PDF
3:20348 Impedance Analysis of Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell Cathodes - B. Haran, A. Durairajan, N. Subramanian, R. White, and B. Popov (University of South Carolina) PDF
3:40 Ten-Minute Intermission
3:50349 Development of High Stability Cathodes for Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell Applications - H. Colon, A. Durairajan, B. Haran, R. White, and B. Popov (University of South Carolina) PDF
4:10350 Study of surface Modified SS 304 as Current Collector in MCFC - H. Colon, A. Durairajan, B. Haran, R. White, and B. Popov (University of South Carolina) PDF
4:30351 Evaluation of Direct Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Anode Fuels in Molten Carbonate Electrolyte in a Novel Configuration - N. Cherepy, R. Krueger, and J.F. Cooper (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) PDF
4:50352 Wetting Characteristics of Carbonate Melts - S.-G. Hong and R. Selman (Illinois Institute of Technology) PDF
5:10 Concluding Remarks

Continental Ballrooms 4,5,6, Ballroom Level

Poster Session

Co-Chairs: T. Zawodinski and F. A. Uribe

o353 High Active Oxygen Reduction Electrocatalyst for Alkaline Fuel Cells and Metal-Air Batteries - S. Gamburzev, K. Petrov, and A.J. Appleby (Texas A&M University) PDF
o354 Electrolytic Actuators: Exploring New Directions in Electrical-Mechanical Energy Transduction - C. Cameron and M. Freund (California Institute of Technology) PDF
o355 A New Method to Study Permeation of Gases in Proton Conducting Membranes - P. Gode, G. Lindbergh, J. Nordlund (KTH, Stockholm), and G. Sundholm (Helsinki University of Technology) PDF
o356 High Temperature Removal of H2S from Syn-gas using an Electrochemical Membrane System - A. Burke, J. Winnick, M. Liu, and C. Xia (Georgia Institute of Technology) PDF
o357 Fuel Cell Catalyst Screening by Using Powder Microelectrodes - H. Lei (University of Michigan), D. Renock, D. Tarnowski, J. Elam, I. Song (T/J Technologies,Inc), and L. Thompson (University of Michigan) PDF
o358 Investigation of CO-tolerance at Elevated Temperature in PEMFC with Zirconium Hydrogen Phosphate-based Membranes - Y. Si, J.-C. Lin, H.R. Kunz, and J. Fenton (University of Connecticut) PDF
o359 Water Uptake of Composite Membranes used in Elevated Temperature PEM Fuel Cells - H. Kabumoto, J.-C. Lin, H.R. Kunz, and J.M. Fenton (University of Connecticut) PDF
o360 Development of Thin-Film Fuel Cell Electrodes Containing Novel Polymers - M. Hickner, F. Wang, Y.S. Kim (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University), B. Pivovar, T. Zawodzinski (Los Alamos National Laboratory, MST-11), and J. McGrath (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University) PDF
o361 Oxygen Reduction at Pt and Pt_70Ni30 in H2SO4 / CH3OH - J.-F. Drillet, A. Ee, J. Friedemann, and V.M. Schmidt (Mannheim University of Applied Sciences) PDF
o362 Asahi Kasei Aciplex-S Membranes for PEFCs - M. Wakizoe (Asahi Kasei Coprporation) PDF
o363 Simulation of Cation-Water Flux Coupling in Ionic Conducting Polymers with the Generalized Nernst-Planck Equation - P. Schaetzel and S. Alexandrova (Universite de Caen) PDF
o365 Synthetic and Kinetics Aspects of the Electrooxidation of 4- Methylanisol - J. Marquez, O. Marquez, R. Ortiz, C. Borras, and Y. Martinez (Universidad De Los Andes) PDF
o366 Permeation Evaluation of Charged-Membranes Prepared for Direct Methanol Fuel Cell - K. Okajima, K. Furukawa, T. Hakamata, F. Kaga, and M. Sudoh (Shizuoka University) PDF
o367 Effect of Proton Exchange Membrane on Performance of Direct Methanol Fuel Cell - K. Okajima, F. Kaga, T. Hakamata, K. Furukawa, and M. Sudoh (Shizuoka University) PDF
o368 Effect of the Surface Reconstruction of Pt and its Related Anode Catalysts on the Methanol Oxidation - Y. Zhu and C. Cabrera (University of Puerto Rico) PDF
o369 Effect of the Structure of Anode Catalyst Layer on the Performance of DMFCs - J.-H. Kim, Y.M. Koo (Seoul National University), H.Y. Ha, I.-H. Oh, S.-A. Hong (Korea Institute of Science & Technology), and H.-I. Lee (Seoul National University) PDF
o370 The Role of Ni in PtNi Based Nanoparticles for Methanol Oxidation - K.-W. Park, B.-K. Kwon, J.-H. Choi, and Y.-E. Sung (Kwangju Institute of Science and Technology) PDF
o371 An Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Study of Methanol Oxidation on Smooth Pt - D. Azevedo and E. Gonzalez (Instituto de Quimica de Sao Carlos) PDF
o372 Effect of Abrupt Changes in Operating Conditions on Direct Methanol Fuel Cell Performance - K. Yang, J. Chung, C.H. Chung, Y. Lee, H.G. Choi, and S. Cho (Sungkyunkwan University) PDF
o373 Catalysts for the Removal of CO in a Reformed Gas by Selective Oxidation - Influence of CO2 and H2O on the CO Oxidation over Pt-Alloy Supported on Zeolite - K. Ohkubo, H. Uchida, and M. Watanabe (Yamanashi University) PDF
o374 Kinetics of the Proton Transport Through the New Types of Ion-Selective Membranes at Different Temperatures and Degrees of Swelling - K. Bouzek, M. Paidar (Institute of Chemical Technology Prague), Z. Samec (J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry), and J. Schauer (Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry) PDF
o375 Characterization of Poly-Tetraaminophthalocyanine-Modified Electrodes. Electrocatalytic Reduction of Molecular Oxygen - G. Ramirez, F. Armijo, M. Isaacs (Universidad de Santiago de Chile), J. Canales (Universidad de La Frontera), J. Canales, and M. Aguirre (Universidad de Santiago de Chile) PDF
o376 Hydrogen Enzyme Electrode for Bio-Fuel Cell Applications - A. Karyakin, S. Morozov, E. Karyakina (M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University), S. Cosnier (Universite Joseph Fourier), and N. Zorin (Institute of Basic Biological Problems of RAN) PDF
o377 Influence of Morphology on the Electrochemical Properties of Proton Exchange Membranes - J. Ding (ICPET, National Research Council), C. Chuy, and S. Holdcroft (Simon Fraser University) PDF
o378 An Analytical Study of Treated Nafiona Membrane Surfaces and its Cell Performances - S.-A. Cho (Hong-ik University), I.-H. Oh, H.Y. Ha, S.-A. Hong, S.-K. Koh (Korea Institute of Science & Technology), and J.-B. Ju (Hong-ik University) PDF
o379 Different Radiation Grafted Ion-exchange Membranes for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell - T. Kallio, M. Lundstrom, G. Sundholm (Helsinki University of Technology), N. Walsby, and F. Sundholm (University of Helsinki) PDF
o380 Direct Sulfonation of Fluoropolymers: A New Approach for the Manufacturing of Cheap and High-Performance Proton-Conducting Polymer Membranes for Fuel Cells - F. Sundholm, M. Paronen, E. Rauhala, P. Tikkanen (University of Helsinki), and P. Vie (Norwegian University of Technology) PDF
o381 Influence of the Initial Fluoropolymer in Polystyrene Sulfonic Acid Containing Radiation-Grafted Membranes - N. Walsby, F. Sundholm, S. Hietala (University of Helsinki), T. Kallio, and G. Sundholm (Helsinki University of Technology) PDF
o382 Study of the Interfacial Region between New Proton Exchange Polymers (PEM) and Pt Catalyst in a Gas Diffusion Electrode - T. Navessin and S. Holdcroft (Simon Fraser University) PDF
o383 Proton Conductivity of Solid Polymer Electrolyte Membranes - J. Schmeisser (Simon Fraser University), P. Beattie (Ballard Power Systems), and S. Holdcroft (Simon Fraser University) PDF
o384 Morphology and Electrochemical Properties of Novel Proton Exchange Membranes Containing Fluorine Block Copolymers - Z. Shi and S. Holdcroft (Simon Fraser University) PDF
o385 Investigation on An Electrode-supported Type SOFC Using A YSZ-supported Anode Substrate - H. Itoh (Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry) PDF
o386 Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceria-metal (oxide) Composites: Materials and Applications - X. Liu (Royal Institute of Technology, KTH), P. Zhou (Goeta Technology Developer International), X. Yang (Royal Institute of Technology, KTH), Z. Zhu (Goeta Technology Developer International), and B. Zhu (Chalmers University of Technology) PDF
o387 High-Performance Electrodes for Medium-Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells - Activation of Yttria-Doped Ceria Anode with Ni Electrocatalysts - M. Sugimoto, H. Uchida, and M. Watanabe (Yamanashi University) PDF
o388 Characterization of the La1-xSrxCryFe1-yO_3 (x = 2,4,6,8; y = 2,5,8) System - K. Kerstetter, L. Pederson, G. Coffey, M. Chou, and J. Stevenson (Pacific Northwest National Lab) PDF
o389 Direct Electrodeposition of Polypyrrole on A1 2024-T3 by Electron Transfer Mediation - D.E. Tallman, C. Vang, A. Richter, G.P. Bierwagen (North Dakota State University), and G.G. Wallace (University of Wollongong) PDF
o390 Iterative Target Transform Factor Analysis: A Tool for the Deconvolution of Spectroelectrochemical Data Applied to the Redox Reactions of Conducting Polymers - U. Evans and M.L. Myrick (University of South Carolina) PDF
o391 Synthesis of a New Discotic Type of Conducting Polymer - E. Weinhold, R. Ortiz, O. Perez, and J. Marquez (Universidad de Los Andes) PDF
o392 The Study of Effect of Polymer on the Conductivity of the Solid Polymer Electrolytes - D. Zhao (Hebei University of Science and Technology), X. Zhang (Shijiazhuang Normal School), Y. Li, F. Sun (Hebei University of Science and Technology), J. Zhao (Beijing Institute of Technology), J. Qin, H. Chen, and P. Xiong (Hebei University of Science and Technology) PDF
o393 Nucleation of Poly-N-Methylpyrrole in Aqueous Media - M.-J. Gonzalez-Tejera, M.-A. Raso, and M.-V. Garcia (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) PDF
o394 Poly-3-Methylpyrrole: Electrochemical, Spectroscopic and Morphological Study. - M.J. Gonzalez-Tejera, M.I. Redondo, E. Sanchez de la Blanca, M.V. Garcia, M.A. Raso, and J. Tortajada (Universidad Complutense de Madrid.) PDF
o395 In situ Raman Characterization of poly(5-amino-1-naphtol) - E. P. Cintra and S. Cordoba de Torresi (Universidade de Sao Paulo) PDF
o396 Conductivity of Electrochemical Synthesized Polyfurane/Perchlorate Doped Films - I. Carrillo, J. Santamaria, C. Leon, and M.J. Gonzalez-Tejera (Universidad Politecnica de Madrid) PDF
o397 Electrochemical Investigation of Conducting Poly(ortho-anisidine) Langmuir-Schaefer Films Doped with Nafion - P. Bertoncello (M&O Science and Technologies), M.K. Ram, H. Ding (Polo Nazionale di Bioelettronica), and C. Nicolini (M&O Science and Technologies) PDF
o398 The Finding of Inductive Behavior for Polyaniline via Electrochemical Impedance Spectra - W.-C. Chen and T.-C. Wen (National Cheng Kung University) PDF
o399 Factors Affecting the Analytical Response of Electroactive Polymers - I. Jureviciute (Institute of Chemistry), S. Bruckenstein (University at Buffalo, SUNY), and A.R. Hillman (University of Leicester) PDF
o400 EIS Analysis of Polyalkylthiophene Films Electrogenerated on Platinum and Carbon Felt Supporting Electrodes - I. Villarreal, E. Morales, J.C. Galvan, and J.L. Acosta (CSIC) PDF
o401 Theoretical Study of the Configuration of Pyrrole Oligomers - T. Tamm and J. Tamm (University of Tartu) PDF
o402 P(EPI-EO) / P(DMS-EO) Blend as a Polymeric Electrolyte - T. Cezare, S. Neves, and C. Polo Fonseca (Universidade Sao Francisco) PDF
o403 A Solid Polymeric Electrochromic Device - R. Santos, C. Polo Fonseca, and S. Neves (Universidade Sao Francisco) PDF
o404 Electrodeposited Conducting Polymer Ferro-Magnetic Composites - J.M. Ko (Hanbat University), D.-Y. Park, N.V. Myung, and K. Nobe (University of California-Los Angeles) PDF
o405 The Study of Polyaniline as a Cathode Material for Fuel Cell Sensors - R. Wheldon-Williams, M. Kalaji (University of Wales - Bangor), and D. Llywellyn Evans (PPM Technology Limited) PDF
o406 Supramolecular Architecture Consisting in -conjugated Polymetallorotaxane - P.-L. Vidal, B. Divisia-Blohorn, G. Bidan, F. Genoud (CEA-Grenoble), J.-M. Kern, and J.-P. Sauvage (Universite Louis Pasteur) PDF
o407 Observation of Interface Between Pt Electrode and Nafion Membrane - K. Kanamura, H. Morikawa, and T. Umegaki (Tokyo Metropolitan University) PDF
o408 Plasma Treated PP/Nafion Composite Electrolyte Membranes for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells - B. Bae and D. Kim (Sungkyunkwan University) PDF
o409 Sulfonated Polystyrene grafted Nafion Electrolyte Membranes for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells - B. Bae and D. Kim (Sungkyunkwan University) PDF
o410 Electro-Chemical CO Filter for Fuel Cell Applications - B. Lakshmanan (University of South Carolina), W. Huang (Plug Power Inc), and J. Weidner (University of South Carolina) PDF
o411 Optimization of Electrode Structure for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells - M.-K. Song (University of Connecticut), H.-W. Rhee (Sogang University), H.R. Kunz, L.J. Bonville, and J.M. Fenton (University of Connecticut) PDF
o412 In Situ Monitoring of the Effect of the Presence of Water Upon the Electropolymerization of Veratrole in Acetonitrile, using UV-Visible Spectroelectrochemistry - O. Marquez, J. Marquez, R. Ortiz, W. Cabrera, and E. Weinhold (Universidad de Los Andes) PDF
o413 Investigations of the Mechanism of Dissolution and Deformation for Nio Cathode Materials in MCFC - C.-J. Lin, L.-J. Chen, X. Cheng, and Z.-D. Feng (Xiamen University) PDF
o414 Multiple Colors and High Coloration Efficiencies in Electrochromic Heterocyclic Conductive Polymers - F. Wang, D. Rauh (EIC Laboratories, Inc.), and J. Reynolds (University of Florida) PDF

Wednesday, September 5, 2001

Imperial Ballroom A, Ballroom Level

New Membranes for Fuel Cells

Co-Chairs: T. Zawodzinski and J. McGrath

8:00415 Chemistry-Morphology-Property Relationships of Novel Proton Exchange Membranes - M. Hickner, F. Wang, Y.S. Kim (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University), B. Pivovar, T. Zawodzinski (Los Alamos National Laboratory, MST-11), and J. McGrath (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University) PDF
8:20416 The Role of Microstructure on the Properties of Proton Exchange Membranes - C. Chuy (Simon Fraser University), J. Ding (National Research Council), and S. Holdcroft (Simon Fraser University) PDF
8:40417 Non-Polymeric Membranes for Ambient-Temperature Fuel Cells - S. Haile, R. Merle, C. Chisholm, and D. Boysen (California Institute of Technology) PDF
9:00418 Operation of PEMFC with Zirconium Hydrogen Phosphate-based Membrane under Low Humidity Conditions - Y. Si, J.-C. Lin, H.R. Kunz, and J. Fenton (University of Connecticut) PDF
9:20419 Electrodes-Membrane Assemblies (MEA) Based on Sulfonated Polymides for Fuel Cell Applications - M. Pineri (CEREM), S. Besse, P. Capron (SORAPEC), O. Diat, G. Gebel (CEREM), F. Jousse (CEA-Le Ripault), D. Marsacq (CEREM), C. Marestin, and R. Mercier (CNRS-LMOPS) PDF
9:40420 Problems with Membrane Electrode Assemblies for non-Nafion based Membranes - B. Pivovar (Los Alamos National Laboratory), M. Hickner, J. McGrath (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University), P. Zelenay, and T. Zawodzinski (Los Alamos National Laboratory) PDF
10:00 Twenty-Minute Intermission
10:20421 Cell Performances and Properties of Nafion/Silica Composite Membranes - K. Tsusaka, M. Kawasumi, Y. Morimoto, and K. Kawahara (Toyota Central R&D Laboratories, Inc.) PDF
10:40422 A Novel Analysis Method of MEA and Evaluation of Newly Developed Fibril Reinforced Membranes for PEMFC - E. Endoh and S. Kinoshita (Asahi Glass Co.,LTD.) PDF
11:00423 Modified Teflon-Nafion Membranes for PEM FC with Hydrogen-Conductive Electrolytes of Different Chemical Structure. - A. Smirnova, C. Hawk, J. Cai, H. Li, Y. Song, R. Kunz, and J. Fenton (University of Connecticut) PDF
11:20424 PEMFC Electrode Layer Modifications for Improved High-Temperature Performance - C. Hawk, A. Smirnova, J. Fenton, H.R. Kunz, Y. Song, and J. Li (The University of Connecticut) PDF
11:40425 Composite Polymer Electrolyte Membranes for High Performance PEMFC - M.-K. Song, Y.-T. Kim, and H.-W. Rhee (Sogang University) PDF

Conducting Polymers

Co-Chairs: M. Mastragostino and M.A. Vorotyntsev

2:00426 Electropolymerization of Thiophene Derivatives and Composite Materials from Microemulsions - C. Stromberg, S. Winkels (Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet Duesseldorf), J. Schluepen, F.H. Haegel (Forschungszentrum Juelich), and J.W. Schultze (Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet Duesseldorf) PDF
2:20427 Synthesis, Characterization, and Molecular Weight Studies of Soluble Conducting Polymers - S. Oztemiz, G. Beaucage, O. Ceylan, and H.B. Mark Jr. (University of Cincinnati) PDF
2:40428 Electropolymerization of 4-nitro-1,2-phenylenediamine at Gold and Glassy Carbon Electrodes and the Electrochemical Behaviour of Poly(4-nitro-1,2-phenylenediamine) Film - Y. Bin (National University of Singapore) PDF
3:00429 Electrocatalytic Activity of Platinum Dispersed Polyaniline Electrodes-Effect of Preparation Conditions of Polyaniline - A. Kitani and S. Ito (Hiroshima Univ.) PDF
3:20430 Inorganic-Organic Hybrid Material Formed Between Silica Sol-Gel and Polyaniline - J. Widera, G.E. Pacey, and J.A. Cox (Miami University) PDF
3:40 Thirty-Minute Intermission

Conducting Polymers

Co-Chairs: J.W. Schultze and C. Visy

4:10431 Charging Process of Conducting Polymers and Oligomers: Effect of Intermolecular Bond Formation - M. Vorotyntsev (Universite de Bourgogne), V. Mazine, and J. Heinze (Albert-Ludwigs-Universitat Freiburg) PDF
4:30432 Poly-N-Methylpyrrole: Kinetic Study - A. Cambra, M.I. Redondo, and M.J. Gonzalez (Universidad Complutense de Madrid) PDF
4:50433 Investigation of Ions and Solvent Insertion in Conducting Polymers by ac-Electrogravimetry. - C. Gabrielli, J. Garcia-Jareno, and H. Perrot (Universite P. et M. Curie) PDF
5:10434 Role of Ions in Polypyrrole Films - J. Tamm, T. Tamm, U. Johanson, L. Tamm, A. Alumaa, and A. Hallik (University of Tartu) PDF

Thursday, September 6, 2001

Conducting Polymers

Co-Chairs: C. Gabrielli and N. Oyama

8:00435 Investigations of the Redox Mechanism of Poly(5-amino-2-methyl-1,4-naphthoquinone)(PAMNQ)by in situ FTIR,EQCM and Electrochemical Impedance - S. Hubert, B. Piro, M.-C. Pham (University Paris 7), and L.H. Dao (INRS) PDF
8:20436 On the Electrochemical and Spectroscopic Properties of a Soluble Polyaniline Parent Copolymer - A. Leal Schemid, L.M. Lira, and S. Cordoba de Torresi (Universidade de Sao Paulo) PDF
8:40437 Polythiophene Based Counter Electrode for Electrochromic Windows Fabricated with Tungsten Oxide Film Electrode - S. Uchida, J. Tanimoto, T. Kubo, and Y. Nishikitani (Nippon Mitsubishi Oil Corporation) PDF
9:00438 In Situ UV-Visible Spectroelectrochemical Studies on Electrochromic Behavior of Poly(2,5-dimethoxyaniline) - T.-C. Wen and L.-M. Huang (National Cheng Kung University) PDF
9:20439 Analysis of Electrogenerated Chemiluminescence from Conjugated Polymers - U. Janakiraman, A. Preusser (Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft), C. Fischmeister, A.B. Holmes (Cambridge University), and K. Doblhofer (Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft) PDF
9:40440 Photoelectrochemical Properties and Microstructuring of Polythiophenes - O. Semenikhin (A.N. Frumkin Institute of Electrochemistry), C. Stromberg (Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet), M. Ehrenburg (A.N. Frumkin Institute of Electrochemistry), U. Koenig, and J.W. Schultze (Heinrich-Heine-Universitaet) PDF
10:00 Twenty-Minute Intermission

Conducting Polymers

Co-Chairs: D. Belanger and J. Cox

10:20441 Properties of Polypyrrole Films and Their Optimization for Possible Enzyme Immobilization - C. Visy, E. Krivan, J. Osz, and K. Kovacs (University of Szeged) PDF
10:40442 Electrochemical Behavior and Electromechanical Actuation of Polyaniline in Non-aqueous Electrolytes - W. Lu and B. Mattes (Santa Fe Science & Technology) PDF
11:00443 Solvent-Dependent Electrochemical Behavior of Polyaniline - S. Mihashi, H. Machida, O. Hatozaki, and N. Oyama (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology) PDF
11:20444 Electrochemical Characteristics of Polyaniline Modified with Platinum Microparticles for Electrochemical Capacitors - C.-C. Hu and E. Cheng (National Chung Cheng University) PDF
11:40445 Electrochemistry of Polypyrrole Derivatives with Sulfur-Containing Groups - N. Oyama, Y. Hirata, O. Hatozaki (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), T. Iihama, M. Kato, and T. Kaneko (Nippon Soda Co., LTD.) PDF

Conducting Polymers

Co-Chairs: T. Osaka and W.H. Smyrl

2:00446 Liquid Crystal Polymer / Sulfonated Polphenylene Sulfone Microcomposite Membranes for High Temperature PEM Fuel Cells - D. Ofer, B. Nair, R. Kovar (Foster-Miller, Inc.), S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University), and J. McGrath (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University) PDF
2:20447 Electrochemical Supercapacitors: The Challenge of the Conducting Polymers - C. Arbizzani (University of Bologna), M. Mastragostino, and F. Soavi (University of Bologna) PDF
2:40448 Structure and Ion Pairing Interactions in PEO-LiX Polymer Electrolytes - W. Henderson and W. Smyrl (University of Minnesota) PDF
3:00449 Gelified IPN system as Polymer Electrolyte for Lithium Batteries - S. Passerini, M. Lisi, P. Villano, F. Alessandrini (ENEA, C.R. Casaccia), T. Momma, H. Ito, and T. Osaka (Waseda University) PDF
3:20450 Solid Polymer Electrolytes from New Lithium Polyanionic Salts Based on LiTFSI Motifs - O. Geiculescu, G. Shafer, R. Bailey-Walsh, S. Creager, W. Pennington, and D. DesMarteau (Clemson University) PDF

Friday, September 7, 2001

Modeling and Systems

Co-Chairs: T. Zawodzinski and T.V. Nguyen

8:00451 The Cell Design Issues in DMFCs for Cellular Phone Application: Multi-Pocket Pack Design - S. Lee, S.-K. Jeon, H.-G. Choi, S.M. Cho, Y. Lee, J.-D. Nam, and C.-H. Chung (Sungkyunkwan University) PDF
8:20452 Factorial Design Study of Miniature Fuel Cells with Micromachined Silicon Flow Structures - S.-J.(J. Lee, S.W. Cha, A. Chang-Chien, R. O'Hayre, and F. Prinz (Stanford University) PDF
8:40453 Planar Interconnection of Multiple Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells by Microfabrication - A. Chang-Chien, S.W. Cha, S.-J. Lee, R. O'Hayre, and F. Prinz (Stanford University) PDF
9:00454 Two-Phase Flow Models for PEM Fuel Cells: Correlation of Experimental and Model Results - T.V. Nguyen, W. He, and D. Natarajan (University of Kansas) PDF
9:20455 The Influence of Cell Temperature on the Efficiency of Combined Fuel Cell and Power Cycle Systems - S.F. Au, K. Hemmes, and N. Woudstra (Delft Universtity of Technology) PDF
9:40456 Pressure Drop as a Diagnostic Tool for PEM Fuel Cells - A. Husar, F. Barbir, and R. Venkataraman (Energy Partners) PDF
10:00 Twenty-Minute Intermission
10:20457 Two Dimensional Analysis of PEM Fuel Cells -Comparison of Conventional and Interdigitated Flow Fields - V. Subramanian, B. Lakshmanan, and R. White (University of South Carolina) PDF
10:40458 Using CFD to Explain Transient Response of a PEM Fuel Cell - S. Shimpalee, W.-K. Lee, J. Van Zee (University of South Carolina), and H. Naseri-Neshat (South Carolina State University) PDF
11:00459 Voltage - Concentration Relations with Enhanced Slopes in Electrochemical Cells Based on Nafion - I. Riess (Technion - Israel Istitute of Technology), M. Jak (Altran Technologies), L. van Rij, J. Schoonman (TU Delft), and S. Raz (Technion - Israel Istitute of Technology) PDF
11:20460 Anode Materials for a Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Utilizing Hydrogen Sulfide as Fuel - D. Murphy (Georgia Institute of Technology) PDF
11:40461 Cathode Catalytic Activity Of Lanthanum Strontium Aluminum Ferrite For Solid Oxide Fuel Cells - G. Coffey, L. Pedersen, P. Rieke, and E. Thomsen (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) PDF
12:00462 Mixed Conducting Strontium-Doped Lanthanum-Based Perovskite/Lanthanide-Doped Ceria Composites - J. Hardy, G. Coffey, L. Pedersen, P. Rieke, and E. Thompsen (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) PDF

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