221st ECS Meeting - Seattle, Washington

May 6 - May 10, 2012

PROGRAM INFORMATION

 

I5 - Exploiting Magnets in Electrochemistry

 

Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Room 603, Level 6, Washington State Convention Center

Interfacial Effects (Part 1)

Co-Chairs: Johna Leddy and Ingrid Fritsch
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   1539   Magnetoelectrodeposition for the Chiral Surface Formation of Cu Films I. Mogi (Tohoku University), R. Aogaki (Polytechnic University), R. Morimoto (Saitama Prefectural Okubo Water Filtration Plant), and K. Watanabe (Tohoku University)
08:40   1540   Examination of the Extinction Process of Ionic Vacancy by the Cyclotron MHD Electrode R. Aogaki, K. Motomura (Polytechnic University), R. Morimoto (Saitama Prefectural Okubo Water Filtration Plant), A. Sugiyama (Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Waseda University), I. Mogi (Tohoku University), M. Asanuma (Yokohama Harbour Polytechnic College), M. Miura (Polytechnic College Akita), Y. Oshikiri (Yamagata College of Industry and Technology), and Y. Yamauchi (National Institute for Materials Science)
09:20   1541   Powder-based, MnO2 Electrodes Modified with SmCo5 Microparticles G. G. Lee and J. Leddy (The University of Iowa)
 

Interfacial Effects (Part 2)

TimeProgr#Title and Authors
10:00   1542   On the Sensitivity of the Double Layer to Magnetic Fields P. Dunne (IFW Dresden) and J. Coey (School of Physics & CRANN, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
10:20   1543   In-Situ Analysis of the Electrolyte Convection Evolving During Electrodeposition in Magnetic Gradient Fields K. Tschulik (IFW Dresden), G. Mutschke (Dresden University of Technology), C. Cierpka (Bundeswehr München), M. Uhlemann, L. Schulttz, and A. Gebert (IFW Dresden)
10:40   1544   Electrodeposition of Separated Three-Dimensional Magnetic Structures in High Magnetic Gradient Fields M. Uhlemann, F. Karnbach, K. Tschulik, C. Mickel, A. Gebert, and L. Schultz (IFW Dresden)
11:20   1545   Electromagnetic Behavior of Particles and Droplets in Capillary H. Watarai (Institute for NanoScience Design), M. Funaki, and T. Kato (Osaka University)
 

Fluid Motion

TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   1546   Switching Active Electrodes to Maximize and Sustain Redox-Magnetohydrodynamic Microfluidics M. Weston, C. Nash, J. Homesley, and I. Fritsch (University of Arkansas)
14:20   1547   The Role of Migration Current on Electrochemical MHD Flow Field K. Isaac, N. Leventis (Missouri S&T), and I. Fritsch (University of Arkansas)
15:00   1548   Redox-Modified Electrodes for Magnetohydrodynamic Pumping Systems C. Nash and I. Fritsch (University of Arkansas)
15:20 Intermission (20 Minutes)
 

Spin and Charge Transfer

TimeProgr#Title and Authors
15:40   1549   Charge-controlled Magnetism in Colloidal Mn2+-doped ZnO Quantum Dots S. T. Ochsenbein (Paul Scherrer Institut), Y. Feng, K. Whitaker, E. Badaeva, W. Liu, X. Li, and D. Gamelin (University of Washington)
16:20   1550   Magnetic Effects on Electron Transfer: Temperature Studies and Model for Self Exchange H. Lee and J. Leddy (The University of Iowa)
16:40   1551   Magnetic Effects on Heterogeneous Electron Transfer Reactions G. G. Lee (The University of Iowa), H. Lee (The University of Texas at Austin), and J. Leddy (The University of Iowa)