202nd Meeting - Salt Lake City, UT
October 20-25, 2002
U1 - Liquid-Liquid Interfaces
Tuesday October 22, 2002
Wyoming Room, First Floor, Little America Hotel
Co-Chairs: P. Vanysek and M.R. Philpott
||Phase-boundary Potential Across the Interface Between a Room-temperature Molten Salt and Water - T. Kakiuchi and S. Kurita (Kyoto University)|
||In Situ X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy of Metal Phtahalocyanines Adsorbed on High Area Carbon - I. Stefan, Y. Mo (Case Western Reserve University), S. Kim
(Konkuk University), and D. Scherson (Case Western Reserve University)|
||Molecular Dynamics Study of Ion Transfer Across the Nitrobenzene|Water Interface: Small, Large, and Asymmetrical Ion Transfer - M. Yamamoto (Kyoto University), I.
Chorny, I. Benjamin (University of California), N. Nishi, and T. Kakiuchi (Kyoto University)|
||Adsorption of Lecithin at a Liquid|Liquid Interface - V.
Marecek, H. Janchenova, and A. Lhotsky (J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry)|
||Forty-Five Minute Intermission - |
||NMR Study of Lithium Ions in Nitrobenzene/Water Systems - G.
Moakes, L.T. Gelbaum, and J. Janata (Georgia Institute of Technology)|
||Kinetics of Electron Transfer Reactions Between Aquo Ferric Ion and Hydrophobic Ferrocene Derivatives at Water-Benzylcyanide Interfaces - C.
Koval, Z. Shaw (University of Colorado at Boulder), and H. Shafer (College of the Holy Cross)|
||Uranyl and Uranium Compounds - Facilitated Transport on Water/nitrobenzene Interface - P. Vanysek and C. Houchin (Northern Illinois University)|
||Analytical and Surface Chemistry in the National Science Foundation Context - J. Hicks (National Science Foundation)|