2004 Joint International Meeting

October 3-October 8, 2004


X2 - Membranes and Separators for Fuel Cells and Batteries

Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering/Physical Electrochemistry/Battery

Thursday, October 7, 2004

Tapa 3, Level 2, Tapa Convention Center

Membranes for Fuel Cells

Co-Chairs: P. Arora and G. Botte

08:002008 Proton-Conducting Polymer With Methanol-Inhibiting Copolymer - C. Walker (U.S. Army Research Laboratory)
08:202009 Thin Film Tri-layer Proton Exchange Membranes for Direct Methanol Fuel Cell (DMFC) Applications - R. Jiang, H.R. Kunz, and J.M. Fenton (University of Connecticut)
08:402010 Preparation of High Temperature durable Membrane Electrolytes for PEFCs - N. Kamiya, Y. Sasaya, K. Kudo, S. Mitsushima, and K.-I. Ota (Yokohama National University)
09:002011 Sulfonated Random and Block Copolyimides - M. Hibbs and C. Cornelius (Sandia National Laboratories)
09:202012 Highly Conductive Polyarylenethioethersulfone Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells - S. Rodrigues, T. Reitz, T.D. Dang (Air Force Research Laboratory), and Z. Bai (University of Dayton Research Institute)
09:40 Twenty-Minute Intermission
10:002013 Nmr Investigation Of Highly Sulfonated Polyarylenethioethersulfones For Fuel Cell Applications - J. Jayakody, A. Khalfan, S. Greenbaum (Hunter College of CUNY), T. Dang, R. Mantz (Air Force Research Lab/MLB), and Z. Bai (University of Dayton Research Institute)
10:202014 Evaluation of multiblock sulfonated-fluorinated poly(arylene ether)s membranes for a proton exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFC): the role of phase morphology - H. Ghassemi and T. Zawodzinski (Department of Chemical Engineering and Case Advanced Power Institute, Case Western Reserve University)
10:402015 Preparation and Performance of Sulfonated Polyphenylenes - C. Fujimoto, M. Hickner, and C. Cornelius (Sandia National Labs)
11:002016 Sulfonated Diels-Alder Polyphenylenes: Physical Properties and Performance Characteristics in a Hydrogen Fuel Cell - C. Cornelius, C. Fujimoto, and M. Hickner (Sandia National Laboratories)
11:202017 Synthesis And Characterization Of Comb Shape Single Ion Conductors Based On Polyepoxide Ethers And Perfluorinataed Lithium Salts - X.-G. Sun, C. Reeder, J. Kerr (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), D.D. DesMarteau, S. Creager, O. Geiculescu, and R. Rama (Clemson University)
11:402018 onic Conductivity, Electrochemical And Viscoelastic Properties Of Network Single Ion Conductors Based On Polyepoxide Ethers And Lithium Bis(Allylmalonato)Borate - X.-G. Sun, J. Kerr, C. Reeder, Y. Han, and G. Liu (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

Co-Chairs: N. Kamiya and G. Botte

14:002019 Polymeric Membranes for Carbon dioxide Separation in Alkaline Fuel Cells - A. Tewari, V. Sambhy, A. Sen, and M.U. Macdonald (Pennsylvania State University)
14:202020 NMR Studies Of Mass Transport In High Acid Content Fuel Cell Membranes Based On PBI/Phosphoric Acid - S. Chung, L. Durantino (William Paterson University), J. Jayakody (Hunter College of CUNY), H. Zhang, L. Xiao, B. Benicewicz (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute), and S. Greenbaum (Hunter College of CUNY)
14:402021 Effect of phosphoric acid for ion conduction of Calcium phosphate glass gel as an electrolyte membrane in a middle range temperature operated fuel cell. - M. Nakatani and M. Ichikawa (Hokkaido University)
15:002022 Nanoporous silicon as a proton exchange membrane for micro-scale fuel cells - S. Gold (Louisiana Tech University), K.-L. Chu (Univeristy of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), M. Shannon (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), and R. Masel (Univeristy of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
15:202023 Nano-scale Modified Inorganic/Organic Hybrid Materials as Proton Conductors - B. Chou, H. Ghassemi, and T. Zawodzinski (Case Western Reserve University)
15:402024 New polymeric proton conductors for water-free and high temperature fuel cells - X.-G. Sun, J. Kerr, G. Liu, and C. Reeder (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
16:002025 Microcomposite Proton Exchange Membranes Based on Water Soluble Ionomers - D. Ofer, B. Nair, E. Stoler, C. Pascoal (Foster-Miller, Inc.), C. Ma, S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University), S. Putthanarat, and R. Eby (The University of Akron)
16:202026 Fullerene-Based Membrane for Dry Operation of Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells - K. Tasaki, A. Venkatesan (MC Research & Innovation Center), P. Pugazhendi, and R. Loutfy (MER Corp.)
16:402027 Ion Exchange Behavior of Polymer Electrolyte Membranes with Metal Cations and the Influence on the Characteristics of the Membranes - Y. Masaki, T. Doi, T. Kudo, and Y. Tarutani (Sumitomo Metal Industries, Ltd)
17:002028 Conductive Properties and Structure of Polar Solvents-Impregnated Nafion Membrane - A.M. Affoune (Guelma University), M. Umeda, and A. Yamada (Nagaoka University of Technology)
17:202029 A new polymer electrolyte electrochemical cell for measuring hydrogen permeation and diffusion in polymeric membranes tested on NafionŽ and PDMS - B. Kienitz, T. Zawodzinski, and H. Baskaran (Case Western Reserve University)
17:302030 A Fundamental Study of the Transport Properties of Aqueous Superacids as a Model of Proton Conducting Electrolytes - S. Suarez, S. Greenbaum (Hunter College of the City University of New York), M. Eikerling, A. Saab (Los Alamos National Laboratory), H. Every, and T. Zawodzinski (Case Western Reserve University)

Coral Lounge, Level 6, Mid Pacific Conference Center

Thursday Evening Poster Session

Co-Chairs: P. Arora and N. Kamiya

o2031 Nafion/Exfoliated-ZrP Hybrid Membrane for DMFC Applications - C.-Y. Chen (Industrial technology Research Institute)
o2032 Fabrication of Self-humidified Composite Membrane for PEMFC - M. Min, H.-T. Kim, H. Kim, and H. Kweon (Samsung SDI CO., LTD)
o2033 Nafion Modified by Self-Assembled Polyaniline Multilayers for Liquid Feed DMFC - Y. Kang, D.W. Kim, J. Kwon, S. Park (Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology), J.-H. Choi (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology), and Y.-E. Sung (Seoul National University)
o2034 The thin membrane of sulfonated Crosslinked Polytetrafluoroethylene for Poly-Electrolyte Fuel Cell - S. Ichizuri, S. Asano, F. Muto, J. Li (University of waseda), S. Ikeda, M. Iida (RAYTECH Corporation), T. Miura (University of waseda), C. Matsuura, Y. Katsumura (University of Tokyo), A. Oshima, and M. Washio (University of waseda)
o2035 Fabrication of PEFC Membrane Based on Fluorinated Polymer-alloy Thin Film by EB-Grafting - S. Ikeda (Raytech Corporation), S. Asano, F. Mutou, S. Ichizuri, J. Li (Waseda University), T. Miura, M. Iida (Raytech Corporation), C. Matsuura, Y. Katsumura (The University of Tokyo), A. Oshima, and M. Washio (Raytech Corporation)
o2036 Fuel Cell Performance Using Proton Conducting Polymers Based on Hydrocarbon Polymers (II) - K. Kaneko, Y. Takeoka, M. Rikukawa, and K. Sanui (Department of Chemistry, Sophia University)
o2037 Synthesis of Anhydrous Proton Conducting Polymers Consisting of Basic Poly(ethersulfone) - H. Okada, Y. Takeoka, M. Rikukawa, and K. Sanui (Department of Chemistry, Sophia University)
o2038 Preparation of Proton Conductive Polymer/Ion Exchange Fiber Sheet Composite Membranes - H. Negishi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)), H. Suzuki (Tokyo University of Science), Y. Takahara, T. Sakai (Awa Paper Mfg. Co. Ltd.), T. Imura, D. Kitamoto, T. Ikegami (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)), Y. Idemoto, N. Koura (Tokyo University of Science), and H. Yanagishita (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST))
o2039 Composite polymer electrolyte membrane for high temperature operation of DMFC - H.-J. Kim, J.-E. Ahn, Y.-G. Shul, and H. Han (Yonsei University)
o2040 PES/SPEEK-silica composite proton exchange membranes for DMFC - H.-L. Wu (Industrial technology Research Institute)
o2041 Synthesis and characterization of sulfonated Polyethersulfone-cardo proton exchange membranes - B. Riffault, P. Schaetzel, and Q.T. Nguyen (Universite de Caen)
o2042 Synthesis and characterization of PVA-poly(styrenesulfonic acid-co-maleic acid) proton exchange membranes - B. Riffault, P. Schaetzel (Universite de Caen), and Q.T. Nguyen (Universite De caen)
o2043 Synthesis of Novel Poly(Phenylene) Derivatives as Proton Conducting Membranes for Fuel Cells - T. Yamawaki, Y. Takeoka, M. Rikukawa, and K. Sanui (Department of Chemistry, Sophia University)
o2044 Synthesis and Evaluation of Fullerene Derivatives for Proton Conducting Materials - K. Akizuki, Y. Takeoka, M. Rikukawa, and K. Sanui (Department of Chemistry, Sophia University)
o2045 D-NMR Studies of Dynamics and Microstructure in Different Proton Exchange Membrane - C.-Y. Chen (Industrial technology Research Institute)
o2046 Analysis of Ionic Cluster Structure in Polymer Electrolyte Membranes - T. Iyama, Y. Takeoka, M. Rikukawa, and K. Sanui (Department of Chemistry, Sophia University)
o2047 Determination of Electroosmotic Drag Coefficients for Water and Methanol in Membranes for DMFC - T. Tschinder (Atotech Deutschland GmbH), B. Evers, T. Schaffer, V. Hacker, and J. Besenhard (Graz University of Technology)
o2048 Exploring New Proton Conducting Materials For PEM Fuel Cells: Inorganic-organcic Hybrid Compounds Containing Heteropoly Acids - F. Meng, S.F. Dec, A.M. Herring (Colorado School of Mines), and J.A. Turner (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)
o2049 Pt/C-Electrocatalyst Painting at Segmented Area of Nafion Surface Driven by Electrostatic Spray Deposition - S. Kawaguchi, M. Umeda, A. Yamada (Department of Chemistry, Nagaoka University of Technology), and I. Uchida (Department of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University)
o2050 The Development of Electroless Coated Bipolar Plates with Injection Molding for PEM Fuel Cell System - S.-G. Park (Chungbuk National University), M.-H. Oh, Y.-S. Yoon (Korea Automotive Technology Institute), T. Shimizu, and T. Osaka (Waseda University)
o2051 Thin and Dense YSZ Electrolyte Membranes for IT-Temperature SOFCs - S.D. Kim, J.-H. Kim, S.H. Hyun, J. Moon (Yonsei University), and R.H. Song (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
o2052 Impedance Spectroscopy Characterization of Hermetically Sealed SOFCs - C. Compson and M. Liu (Georgia Institute of Technology)
o2053 Effect of Solvent on the Properties of Nanoparticle-Filled Polymer Electrolytes Prepared by Phase Inversion Technique - K.M. Kim, N.-G. Park, K.S. Ryu, and S.H. Chang (Electronics and Telecom. Research Inst. (ETRI))