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


F1 - Energy and Electrochemical Processes for a Cleaner Environment

ECS Cosponsors - \\ Energy Technology/Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering; ISE Cosponsors - Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering/Electrochemical Energy Conversion

Tuesday, September 4, 2001

Union Square Room 22, 4th Floor

Electrochemical Waste Treatment

Co-Chairs: E.W. Brooman and C.G. Vayenas

8:30787 The CerOx Process: Electrochemical Process for Organic Hazardous Waste Destruction - N. Nelson and T. Neustedter (CerOx Corporation) PDF
8:50788 Wet Electrolytic Oxidation for Wastewater Clean-up: Investigation in a Bench Scale Continuous Reactor - R. Serikawa, T. Usui, T. Nishimura, K. Sato, and S. Hamada (Ebara Research Co.) PDF
9:10789 Nitramine Explosive (RDX) Degradation By Electrooxidation on Platinum and Lead Dioxide Anodes - A. Martins (Instituto de Quimica de Sao Carlosi), M. Ferreira (Instituto de Fisica de Sao Carlosi), and G. Tremiliosi-Filho (Instituto de Quimica de Sao Carlosi) PDF
9:30790 Oxidation of Organics Using Tungsten Oxide based Anodes: Fundamental Studies - C. Bock and B. MacDougall (National Research Council Canada) PDF
9:50791 Colour Removal from Simulated Dye Wastewaters by Electrochemical Treatment - G.A. Ciorba (University of Timisoara), C. Radovan (West University of Timisoara), I. Vlaicu (Aquatim Company), and A. Iovi (University of Timisoara) PDF
10:10 Thirty-Minute Intermission
10:40792 Electrochemical Treatment of Chlorinated Organics - K. Scott, H. Cheng, and P. Christensen (University of Newcastle upon Tyne) PDF
11:00793 Electrochemical Oxidation of Aqueous Phenol Wastes Using Active and Non-Active Electrodes - P. Canizares, F. Martinez, M. Diaz, J. Garcia, and M.A. Rodrigo (Universidad de Castilla - La Mancha) PDF
11:20794 Si/BDD/TiO2 Anodes: Morphology and Efficiency for the (Photo)Oxidation of Oxalic Anions - O. Enea (UMR CNRS), B. Correa (EPFL / IGC), A. Perret, and W. Haenni (CSEM Centre Suisse d'Electronique et de Microtechnique SA) PDF
11:40795 Estimation of the Electro-Combustion Activity of the Anode With the Use of the Normalized Current Efficiency - L. Gerardini, C. Comninellis (University of Pisa), and N. Vatistas (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) PDF

Environmental Electrochemical Processing

Co-Chairs: C. Comninellis and N. Vatistas

2:00796 Using the Active Component Concentration Profile to Control Electrochemical Water Treatment Process - V. Pavlovic and R. Field (Edison Minit-ChargerŪ Technology Center) PDF
2:20797 Electrochemical Advanced Oxidation Process (EAOP) using DiaChem Electrodes for Industrial Water Treatment - M. Fryda, D. Herrmann, T. Matthee, L. Schafer, I. Troster (Fraunhofer IST), A. Perret, W. Haenni (Centre Suisse d'Electronique et de Microtechnique S.A.), M. Blaschke, A. Kraft, and M. Stadelmann (G.E.R.U.S. mbH) PDF
2:40798 Efficient Electrochemical Processes for the Electroplating Industry using DiaChem Electrodes - T. Matthee, M. Fryda, D. Herrmann, L. Schaefer, I. Troester (Fraunhofer IST), and J. Wurm (Metakem GmbH) PDF
3:00799 Electrochemical Synthesis of Inorganic and Organic Compounds with Boron Doped Diamond Electrodes - W. Haenni (CSEM Swiss Center of Electronic and Microtechnology SA), M. Fryda (Fraunhofer-Institut fer Schicht- und Oberflachentechnik), C. Comninellis (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology-Lausanne), and J. Inesta (Alicante University) PDF
3:20800 Environmental Sensing Potential with Arrray of Boron-Doped Diamond Microdisk Electrodes - P. Rychen, J. Gobet, A. Perret, and W. Haenni (CSEM Centre Suisse d'Electronique et de Microtechnique SA) PDF
3:40801 Platinum-Doped Diamondlike Carbon Thin-Film Electrodes - Y. Pleskov, Y. Evstefeeva (Frumkin Institute of Electrochemistry), and A. Baranov (Research Institute of Vacuum Technique) PDF
4:00 Twenty-Minute Intermission
4:20802 Anodic Reactions in the Chlorate Process - A. Cornell, B. Hakansson (Eka Chemicals R&D), and G. Lindbergh (The Royal Inst. of Technology) PDF
4:40803 Photoelectrochemical Degradation of Cinnamic Acids - L. Samiolo, A. Molinari, A. Maldotti, and R. Amadelli (Universita di Ferrara) PDF
5:00804 Influence of Cell Construction on the Electrochemical Reduction of Nitrate - K. Bouzek, M. Paidar (Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague), and H. Bermann (Anhalt University of Applied Sciences) PDF
5:20805 Effect of Conditions of Modifying with Pd-Me Compositions on Electrocatalytic Activity of Ni-Zn Surface Skeletal Catalysts in Electroreduction of Hydrogen Peroxide - N.A. Zakarina, G.V. Alkulova, and Y.M. Arinkin (Institute of Organic Catalysis Electrochemistry of MS-HE-RK) PDF
5:40806 How to Make the Sewage, Containing Aspirin Non-Injurous by Means of Electro-Oxidation - E. Danilova, D. Weichgrebe, M. BAturova, A. Vedenjapin, and A. Skundin (Russian Academy of Sciences) PDF

Wednesday, September 5, 2001


Co-Chairs: M. Doyle and J. Winnick

8:30807 Effect of Thermal Treatment on Anode Catalyst for PEM Water Electrolysis - E. Rasten, G. Hagen, and R. Tunold (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) PDF
8:50808 PE Fuel Cells: Evaluation of Concepts for a Bipolar Plate Design and Construction - M. Ruge (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) and F.N. Buchi (Paul Scherrer Institut) PDF
9:10809 Sulphur Electrochemistry and Large Scale, Fuel Cell-type Energy Storage Systems - A.J. Ahern, L.D. Burke, D.P. Casey (University College Cork), and P.J. Morrissey (Innogy Technology Ventures Limited) PDF
9:30810 Consumption of Pt Anode in Phosphoric Acid Solution - N. Kamiya, N. Horibe, S. Mitsushima, and K. Ota (Yokohama National University) PDF
9:50811 Calorimetric Analysis Of A Heavy Water Electrolysis Experiment Using A Pd-B Alloy CAthode - M.H. Miles (Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division), M.A. Imam (Naval Research Laboratory), and M. Fleischmann (ENEA) PDF
10:10 Thirty-Minute Intermission
10:40812 Electrode Work Function and Absolute Potential Scale in Solid State Electrochemistry - D. Tsiplakides and C. Vayenas (University of Patras) PDF
11:00813 Electrochemical Promotion of IrO2 Catalyst for the Gas-Phase Combustion of Ethylene - G. Foti, V. Stankovic, and C. Comninellis (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) PDF
11:20814 Electrochemical Promotion of the NOx Reduction Over Pt, Pd and Rh Catalysts - C. Pliangos, C. Raptis, T. Badas, and C. Vayenas (University of Patras) PDF
11:40815 Electrochemical Promotion of Catalysts for the Gas Phase Oxidation of Hydrocarbons - J. Eaves, G. Foti, and C. Comninellis (EPFL - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology of Lausanne) PDF

Novel Electrochemical Processing

Co-Chairs: D. Pletcher and B.R. MacDougall

2:00816 Chromium Metal Recovery From Industrial Waste Water - L. Binder, T. Klein (Graz University of Technology), P. Janz, H. Krassnitzer, and F. Hornbanger (Treibacher Industrie AG) PDF
2:20817 Regeneration of Chrome Etching Solution - Y. van Andel and J. Janssen (Eindhoven University of Technology) PDF
2:40818 Aspects of Electrochemical Regeneration of Chromium Containing Solutions from Metal Finishing Industry - T. Yurchuk and H. Bergmann (Anhalt University of Applied Sciences) PDF
3:00819 Recycling Paper Pulping Chemicals with Molten Salt Electrolysis: Cyclic Voltammetric Investigation of Reactant Mixtures Containing Na2CO3, Na2SO4 and Na2S - R. Wartena, J. Winnick (Georgia Institute of Technology), and P. Pfromm (Institute of Paper Science and Technology) PDF
3:20820 Electrochemical Recovery of Copper, Lead, and Tin from a Nitrate and Chloride Leaching Solution of Scrap Printed Circuit Boards - A. Mecucci and K. Scott (University of Newcastle) PDF
3:40821 Simultaneous Recovery of Lead and Lead Dioxide from Battery Effluents - N. Brandon, G. Kelsall, and Q. Yin (Imperial College) PDF
4:00 Twenty-Minute Intermission
4:20822 Metal Recovery from Electronic Scrap by Leaching and Electrowinning - N. Brandon, G. Kelsall, R. Olijve, M. Schmidt, and Q. Yin (Imperial College) PDF
4:40823 Extraction of Nitrate Ions by Donnan Dialysis Prediction of the Batch Process from Electrical Conductivity and Equilibrium Data - P. Schaetzel, D.N. Amang, and S. Alexandrova (Universite de Caen) PDF
5:00824 HCl Reduction in a Molten LiCl-KCl-CsCl Membrane Cell - J. Johnson and J. Winnick (Georgia Institute of Technology) PDF
5:20825 Reduction of Carbon Dioxide to FOrmic Acid in a Solid Polymer Electrolyte (SPE) Reactor - K. Scott and S. Samuel (University of Newcastle upon Tyne) PDF

Thursday, September 6, 2001

Electrochemical Catalysis II

Co-Chairs: R. Tunold and K. Juttner

8:30826 Advances in the Activation of Carbon Electrodes for Oxygen Reduction - C. Mocchi, A.C. Tavares, S. Trasatti (University of Milan), P. Tosco (Edison Termoelettrica SpA), M. Manzoli, and F. Boccuzzi (University of Turin) PDF
8:50827 New Bimetallic Catalyst for Oxygen Diffusion Cathode in the Brine Electrolysis Process - M. Chatenet (University of Minnesota), M. Aurousseau, R. Durand (ENSEEG), and F. Andolfatto (ATOFINA) PDF
9:10828 Water-Repellency Effect of Graphite Felt Used for Trickle-Bed Cathode to Electrochemically Produce Hydrogen Peroxide Through Reduction of Oxygen - M. Sudoh, T. Kawamoto, K. Okajima (Shizuoka University), and N. Yamada (Oji Paper Co., Ltd.) PDF
9:30829 Development of a Highly Durable IrO_2-based Anode to Cathodizing-induced Deterioration - R. Otogawa (Daiso Co., Ltd.), C. Murakami, M. Morimitsu, and M. Matsunaga (Kyushu Institute of Technology) PDF
9:50830 The Electrochemical Reduction of Sulfur in Dimethylformamide - A. Evans, I. Montenegro (University of Minho), and D. Pletcher (University of Southampton) PDF
10:10 Thirty-Minute Intermission
10:40831 The Electrocatalytic Reductive Dehalogenation of Aromatic Halides on Silver - S. Rondinini, P. Mussini, and A. Vertova (The University of Milano) PDF
11:00832 Synthesis and Characterisation of Spinel-Type Cobalt and Rhodium Oxide Electrodes - I. Pereira, F. Nunes, H. Mendonca, and F. Costa (Ciencias Universidade de Lisboa) PDF
11:20833 Nano-scale Conducting Polymers as Ion Exchanger and Electrocatalyst Support - K. Juttner, K.-M. Mangold, M. Leuze, K. Bouzek, and C. Weidlich (Karl-Winnacker-Institut) PDF
11:40834 Voltammetric, Spectroelectrochemical and Electrical Characterization of Poly-transition metals-tetraaminophthalocyanine-modified electrodes: Electrocatalytic reduction of CO2 - M. Isaacs, F. Armijo, G. Ramirez, E. Trollund (Universidad de Santiago de Chile), S. Biaggio (Universidade Federal de Sao Carlos), J. Costamagna, and M. Aguirre (Universidad de Santiago de Chile) PDF

Continental Ballrooms 4,5,6, Ballroom Level

Poster Session

Co-Chairs: J. Janssen and K. Scott

o835 Design Considerations for the Cathode of a Fluorine Production Cell to Improve Energy Efficiency - C.B. Shin, C.Y. Yun (Ajou University), Y.S. Kwon, and H. Kim (Environment & Process Technology Division) PDF
o836 Electrooxidation of 2- and 4-Chlorophenol on Glassy Carbon and ITO Electrodes Modified with Ni-Tetrasulfophthalocyanine. - M.S. Ureta-Zanartu, C. Berrios, J. Pavez, and J. Zagal (Universidad de Santiago de Chile) PDF
o837 The Study of Platinum Adsorbed Oxygen in Electrocatalytic Oxidation of Dioxin-Like Substance - A.V. Tokarev, D.Y. Kultin, O.K. Lebedeva, and G.L. Vidovich (Moscow State University) PDF
o838 Electrochemical Elimination of Chloranilic Acid by Using Pb/PbO2, Ti/IrO2 and Si/Diamond Electrodes - C.A. Martinez-Huitle, M.A. Quiroz (Universidad de las Americas-Puebla), and C. Comninellis (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne) PDF
o839 Investigation of DiaChem Electrodes for Industrial Applications - L. Schaefer, M. Fryda, T. Matthee, D. Herrmann, I. Troester (Fraunhofer IST), W. Haenni, and A. Perret (CSEM) PDF
o840 Production and Properties of DiaChem Electrodes for Industrial Applications - M. Fryda, D. Herrmann, A. Hampel, T. Matthee, L. Schafer, I. Troster (Fraunhofer IST), A. Perret, and W. Haenni (Centre Suisse d'Electronique et de Microtechnique S.A.) PDF
o841 Experimental Studies on Disinfecting and By-products Formation During Electrochemical Water Disinfection - T. Yurchuk, H. Bergmann, and K. Schoeps (Anhalt University of Applied Sciences) PDF
o842 The Effect of the Pulsed Current Regime on the Electro-Combustion of Phenol - E. Nardi and N. Vatistas (University of Pisa) PDF
o843 Removal of Linear Alkylbenzene Sulfonate (LAS) from Waste Water by Electrochemical Oxidation - A.S. Koparal, E. Onder, and U. Bakir Ogutveren (Anadolu University) PDF
o844 Nitrate Effluent Treatment in Combination of Conventional and Electrochemical Processes - S. Resbeut, A. Velin, and A. Warlin (Vattenfall Utveckling AB) PDF
o845 Reduction of Hexavalent Chromium Using Polyaniline Films - L.A.M. Ruotolo and J.C. Gubulin (Federal University of Sao Carlos) PDF
o846 Removal of Sulfur Dioxide from Flue Glass by an Electrochemical Method - A.S. Koparal, U. Tezcan Un, and U. Bakir Ogutveren (Anadolu University) PDF
o847 Voltammetric Study of the Electrocatalytic Activity of Copper Alloys for the Nitrate Reduction in Weakly Alkaline Solution - K. Bouzek, Z. Macova, M. Paidar (Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague), and H. Bergmann (Anhalt University of Applied Sciences) PDF
o848 A Comparison Between Chemical and Electrochemical Methods for the Reduction of Hexavalent Chromium in Aqueous Solution - B.-D. Carlos (Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico), P.-P. Manuel, R.-R. Mario, and M. Sergio (Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco) PDF
o849 Kinetic Analysis of the Chlorine Electrode Reaction (ClER) on Ti/RuO2 by Means of the Polarization Resistance - J.L. Fernandez, M.R. Gennero de Chialvo, and A.C. Chialvo (PRELINE) PDF
o850 Physiochemical and Electrochemical Charaterization of Rutile Type Mixed Oxides RuxMn1-xO2 on Titanium - J.L. Fernandez, M.R. Gennero de Chialvo, and A.C. Chialvo (PRELINE) PDF
o851 Electrochemical Generation of Ferrate - M. De Koninck and D. Belanger (Universite du Quebec a Montreal) PDF

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