Honolulu PRiME 2012 - Honolulu, Hawaii

October 7 - October 12, 2012

PROGRAM INFORMATION

 

I3 - Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids 18

 

Sunday, October 7, 2012

301A, Level 3, Hawaii Convention Center

Electrochemistry in Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids

Co-Chairs: G. Cheek and T. Takenaka
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   3604   Dynamic Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) Studies to Characterize Multi-Layered Structures at Ionic Liquid/Solid Interfaces W. Zhang, L. Chen, K. Smith, J. J. Sangiovanni, and G. S. Zafiris (United Technologies Research Center)
14:20   3605   Local Structure of Ionic Liquid / Electrode Interfaces Analyzed by Frequency-Modulation AFM and Photoelectron Spectroscopy T. Harada, Y. Kanai, Y. Mino, A. Imanishi, Y. Yokota, and K. Fukui (Osaka University)
14:40   3606   An Arrhenius Argument to Explain Electrical Conductivity Maxima versus Temperature A. L. East (University of Regina)
15:00   3607   Electrochemical Investigation of Quinone Complexation by Lewis Acids in a Chloroaluminate Ionic Liquid G. T. Cheek (United States Naval Academy)
15:20 Intermission (20 Minutes)
15:40   3608   Effects of the Charge Density of the Anions of Ionic Liquids on the Electrode Kinetics of Ruthenium 2,2'-Bipyridine Complexes Y. Katayama, Y. Toshimitsu, and T. Miura (Keio University)
16:00   3609   Voltammetric Studies of Proton Reduction in 1-Butyl-1-methylpyrrolidinium Triflate G. T. Cheek (United States Naval Academy), D. F. Roeper, and W. O'Grady (Excet, Inc.)
16:20   3610   Robust Microelectrodes for Molten Salt Analysis A. Relf, D. Corrigan, C. Brady, J. Terry, and A. Walton (University of Edinburgh)
16:40   3611   PTFE Bound Activated Carbon - A Quasi Reference Electrode for Ionic Liquids and Its Application D. Weingarth, A. Foelske-Schmitz, A. Wokaun, and R. Kötz (Paul Scherrer Institute)
17:00   3612   Critical Evaluation of Metallocenes as Internal Reference Scales for Voltammetric Measurements in Ionic Liquids A. A. Torriero and M. Forsyth (Deakin University)
17:20   3613   Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide to Oxygen in Ionic Liquid Media D. Carr, B. Slote, K. Jayne, and M. C. Kimble (Reactive Innovations, LLC)
17:40   3614   Influence of Temperature on the Electrochemical Characteristics of Bi(111) | 1-Butyl-3-Methylimidazolium Tetrafluoroborate Interface L. Siinor, R. Arendi, C. Siimenson, K. Lust, and E. Lust (University of Tartu)
 

Monday, October 8, 2012

301A, Level 3, Hawaii Convention Center

Electrochemistry in Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids

Co-Chairs: W. M. Reichert
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   3615   Fundamental Study on Reduction Rate for Electrolytic Reduction of SiO2 Powder in Molten CaCl22 T. Toba, K. Yasuda, T. Nohira, R. Hagiwara (Kyoto University), K. Ichitsubo, K. Masuda (Taiheiyo Cement Corporation), and T. Homma (Waseda University)
08:20   3616   Anodic Reactions on Some Materials in LiCl-KCl Melt T. Takenaka, M. Umehara, D. Araki, and T. Morishige (Kansai University)
 

New Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids and Properties

Co-Chairs: W. M. Reichert and J. Davis
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:40   3617   Properties of Quaternary Phosphonium Fluorohydrogenate Ionic Liquids and Their Derivatives Giving Ionic Plastic Crystal Phases R. Hagiwara, T. Enomoto, and K. Matsumoto (Kyoto University)
09:00   3618   Border between Ionic Liquids and Electrolyte Solutions M. Watanabe (Yokohama National University)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   3619   Ion Pairs in Ionic Liquids J. Hallett, I. Villar-Garcia, and T. Welton (Imperial College, London)
10:40   3620   Bulk and Interfacial Properties of Ionic Liquids and Their Mixtures with Lithium Salts O. Borodin (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), J. Vatamanu (University of Utah), L. Xing (The University of Utah), G. Smith (Wasatch Molecular Inc), and D. Bedrov (The University of Utah)
11:00   3621   Polymorphic Behavior of Alkali Metal Bis(Fluorosulfonyl)Amides K. Matsumoto, T. Oka, T. Nohira, and R. Hagiwara (Kyoto University)
11:20   3622   Effect of Interaction between Cation-Anion on Ionic Conductivity in Room Temperature Molten Fluorides Containing HF A. Tasaka, H. Inoue, T. Isogai, T. Nakai, M. Saito, and M. Inaba (Doshisha University)
11:40   3623   Protic Ionic Liquids as Fuel Cell Electrolytes: Contrast and Similarities between Bulk and Electrochemical Properties M. Miran, T. Yasuda, M. Susan, K. Dokko, and M. Watanabe (Yokohama National University)
12:00 Lunch Break (120 Minutes)
 

New Molten Salts and Ionic Liquids/Properties of MS and IL

Co-Chairs: D. Fox and M. Watanabe
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   3624   Boronium Based Ionic Liquids: Salts of Boron Centered Cations as Promising Salts for Electrochemical Applications J. H. Davis Jr. (University of South Alabama), T. Ruether (Commonwealth Scientific and Research Organization, CSIRO, Energy Technology), and S. Dorman (Birmingham Southern College)
14:40   3625   The Structure of Ionic Liquids on the Nanoscale C. J. Margulis, H. Kashyap, H. Annapureddy, J. Hettige (University of Iowa), E. Castner Jr., C. Santos, and N. Murthy (Rutgers University)
15:20   3626   Physicochemical and Electrochemical Properties of Novel Ionic Liquids Containing Aprotic Heterocyclic Anions Doped with Lithium Salts C. Shi, A. DeSilva, M. Guzman, and J. Brennecke (University of Notre Dame)
15:40   3627   New Approaches to the Low-melting Inorganic Ionic Liquid Challenge T. G. Tucker and C. Angell (Arizona State University)
 

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

301A, Level 3, Hawaii Convention Center

Electrodeposition

Co-Chairs: M. Ueda and H. De Long
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   3628   Recent Developments in Low-Temperature Electrolysis of Aluminum A. Redkin, A. Apisarov, A. Dedyukhin, V. Kovrov, Y. Zaikov (Institute of High Temperature Electrochemistry), O. Tkacheva, and J. Hryn (Argonne National Laboratory)
08:20   3629   AlCl3/Trimethanyl Hydrochloride Ionic Liquid as an Electrolyte for Electrodepoisiton of Aluminium Wires C. Su (National Cheng Kung University), T. Wu (National Yunlin University of Science and Technology), Y. Sun, and I. Sun (National Cheng Kung University)
08:40   3630   Electrodeposition of Lead from Chloride Melts G. Haarberg, L. Owe, B. Qin, J. Wang, and R. Tunold (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
09:00   3631   The Interface Ionic Liquids / Au(111) and nanostructured materials made from ionic liquids F. Endres (Clausthal University of Technology)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   3632   Electrodeposition on Tantalum in Alkali Halide Melts J. H. Von Barner, A. H. Jensen, and E. Christensen (Technical University of Denmark)
10:20   3633   Electrochemical Deposition of Niobium onto the Surface of Copper Using a Novel Choline Chloride-Based Ionic Liquid A. I. Wixtrom, J. Buhler (Christopher Newport University), C. E. Reece (Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility), and T. M. Abdel-Fattah (Christopher Newport University)
10:40   3634   Ta and Nb Electrodeposition from Ionic Liquids S. Krischok, A. Ispas, A. Zühlsdorff, A. Bund (Technische Universität Ilmenau), and F. Endres (Clausthal University of Technology)
11:00   3635   Al-W Alloy Deposition from Lewis Acidic Room-Temperature Chloroaluminate Ionic Liquid T. Tsuda, Y. Ikeda, T. Arimura, A. Imanishi, S. Kuwabata (Osaka University), C. Hussey (The University of Mississippi), and G. Stafford (NIST)
11:20   3636   An Inverted Aluminium Electrolysis Cell Using a High Density Electrolyte and an Inert Anode S. Rolseth, H. Gudbrandsen (SINTEF), and J. Thonstad (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
11:40   3637   Al-Pt Alloy Deposition in AlCl3-NaCl-KCl Molten Salt M. Ueda, H. Hayashi, and T. Ohtsuka (Hokkaido University)
 

Biomass

Co-Chairs: K. Brown and L. Haverhals
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   3638   Polysaccharide Ecocomposite Materials: Synthesis, Characterization and Application in Removal of Pollutants and Bacteria C. D. Tran and S. Duri (MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY)
14:20   3639   Impact of Anti-Solvents on the Structural Features and Enzyme Digestibility of Regenerated Cellulose from Ionic Liquid Dissolution X. Geng and W. A. Henderson (North Carolina State University)
14:40   3640   Electrospinning of Biopolymers from Ionic Liquid - Co-Solvent Systems E. K. Brown (United States Naval Academy), L. Haverhals (U. S. Naval Academy), M. P. Foley (U.S. Naval Academy), H. De Long (AFRL/AFOSR), and P. Trulove (US Naval Academy)
15:00   3641   Ionic Liquid-based Solvents for Natural Fiber Welding L. M. Haverhals (United States Naval Academy), M. P. Foley (U.S. Naval Academy), L. Nevin, E. K. Brown (United States Naval Academy), D. Fox (American University), H. De Long (AFRL/AFOSR), and P. Trulove (US Naval Academy)
15:20 Intermission (20 Minutes)
15:40   3642   Formation of Surface Structures on Biopolymer Substrates Through the Inkjet Printing of Ionic Liquids E. K. Brown (United States Naval Academy), L. Haverhals (U. S. Naval Academy), M. P. Foley (U.S. Naval Academy), K. Sweely (United States Naval Academy), H. De Long (AFRL/AFOSR), and P. Trulove (US Naval Academy)
16:00   3643   Chitin to Plastic: Utilization of Ionic Liquids for the Depolymerization of Chitin W. M. Reichert, A. Mirjafari, T. Goode, N. Williams, and M. La (University of South Alabama)
16:20   3644   Selective Removal and Recovery of Lignin Using Protic Ionic Liquids (PILs) for a Cost−Effective Biomass Pretreatment Method E. C. Achinivu, G. Li, and W. A. Henderson (North Carolina State University)
 

Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 3, Level 1, Hawaii Convention Center

I3 - Poster Session 1

Co-Chairs: D. Fox and M. Foley
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
o   3645   Electrochemical Behavior of Vanadium Oxides in (NH2)2CO - KCl Melt A. Savchuk and S. V. Devyatkin (Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry)
o   3646   Effect of the Second Coordination Sphere on the Standard Rate Constants of Charge Transfer for the Cr(III)/Cr(II) Redox Couple in Chloride Melts Y. Stulov, V. Kremenetsky (Institute of Chemistry, Kola Science Centre RAS), and S. Kuznetsov (KSC RAS)
o   3647   Characteristic of Steam-Activated Boron-Doped Diamond Electrode in a Molten NH4F·2HF A. Oishi (Doshisha University), H. Kazuhiro, M. Uno, T. Nakai (Permelec Electrode LTD.), W. Sugimoto (Shinshu University), M. Saito, M. Inaba, and A. Tasaka (Doshisha University)
o   3648   Corrosion of Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum Based Alloy in Chloride Melts Containing Transition Metal Ions A. Abramov, V. Karpov, I. B. Polovov, D. Vinogradov, V. A. Volkovich, and O. Rebrin (Ural Federal University)
o   3649   Electronic Absorption Spectra of Niobium Species in Halide Melts N. Brevnova, I. B. Polovov, M. Chernyshov, V. A. Volkovich, B. Vasin (Ural Federal University), and T. Griffiths (Redston Trevor Consulting, Ltd.)
o   3650   Corrosion of Ferritic and Ferritic-Martensitic Steels in NaCl-KCl-VCl2 Melts I. B. Polovov, D. Vinogradov, A. Abramov, A. Shak, V. A. Volkovich, O. Rebrin (Ural Federal University), and T. Griffiths (Redston Trevor Consulting, Ltd.)
o   3651   Corrosion of Austenitic Steels and Their Components in Vanadium-Containing Chloride Melts A. Abramov, I. B. Polovov, V. A. Volkovich, O. Rebrin, E. Denisov (Ural Federal University), and T. Griffiths (Redston Trevor Consulting, Ltd.)
o   3652   Evaluation of NaTFSI-TBATFSI Ionic Liquid as an Electrolytic Melt for Na Electrorefining R. Inaba, M. Ueda, and T. Ohtsuka (Hokkaido University)
o   3653   Induction of Liquid-Crystalline Bicontinuous Cubic Phases into Zwitterions by Addition of Lithium Salts T. Matsumoto (Tokyo University of Agricuture and Technology), T. Ichikawa (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), T. Kato (The University of Tokyo), and H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
o   3654   Influence of Nonflammable Diluents on Properties of Phosphonium Ionic Liquids as Lithium Battery Electrolytes K. Tsunashima, H. Taguchi (Wakayama National College of Technology), and F. Yonekawa (Nippon Chemical Industrial Co., Ltd.)
o   3655   Absorption and Desorption of Water by 1-Alkyl-3-Methylimidazolium+ Ionic Liquids, and Studies of Their Electrochemical and Physical Properties J. DeCerbo and V. Katovic (Wright State University)
o   3656   Electrochemical Behavior of Bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)imide-based ILs at Gold Single Crystal Electrodes H. Ueda (Graduate School of Science and Technology, Kumamoto University), K. Nishiyama (Kumamoto Univ.), and S. Yoshimoto (Kumamoto University)
o   3657   Hysteresis Effects in the in situ SFG and Differential Capacitance measurements on Metal electrode/Ionic Liquids Interface W. Zhou, Y. Wang, R. Yin (Shanghai University), and Y. Ouchi (Nagoya University)
o   3658   Spatial Distribution of Chemical Species at Ionic Liquid / Electrode Interface Studied by In-situ X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy M. Hirogaki, T. Tsuda, S. Kuwabata, K. Fukui, and A. Imanishi (Osaka University)
o   3659   Visualization of Ionic-Liquid/Solid Interfaces by Frequency Modulation Atomic Force Microscopy M. Negami, T. Ichii, K. Murase, and H. Sugimura (Kyoto University)
o   3660   Electrochemical Studies of Cyclic Ammonium Based Ionic Liquids with Allyl Substituents T. Wu (National Yunlin University of Science and Technology), C. Su, C. Chen (National Cheng Kung University), C. Kuo (National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences), and I. Sun (National Cheng Kung University)
o   3661   Electrochemical Oxidation of Glucose by Nitroxide Radicals or Gold Nanoparticles in Ionic Liquids A. Konno, M. Abe, and H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
o   3662   Characterization of Au Nanoparticles Prepared by X-ray-Induced Reduction in Ionic Liquid at Nanopore T. Arimura, T. Sakamoto, T. Tsuda, S. Kuwabata, K. Fukui, and A. Imanishi (Osaka University)
o   3663   Electrode Kinetics of Oxygen/Superoxide Ion Redox Couple in Some Amide-Type Ionic Liquids T. Nakagawa, Y. Katayama, and T. Miura (Keio University)
o   3664   Molten Salts as a Promising Medium for the Synthesis of High Active Catalytic Coatings A. Dubrovskiy (Institute of Chemistry, Kola Science Centre RAS) and S. Kuznetsov (KSC RAS)
o   3665   Synthesis of Carbides Refractory Metal Nanocoatings on Carbon Fibers and Nanoneedles of Silicon in Molten Salts V. Dolmatov (Tananaev Institute of Chemistry and Technology of Rare Elements and Mineral Raw Materials) and S. Kuznetsov (KSC RAS)
o   3666   Facile Synthesis of Cu-based Semiconductor Nanoparticles by the Oxidation of Cu Metal Sputter-deposited in an Ionic Liquid A. Morimoto, K. Okazaki (Nagoya University), S. Kuwabata (Osaka University), and T. Torimoto (Nagoya University)
o   3667   Reaction Entropies of some Redox Couples in Ionic Liquids Y. Yamato, Y. Katayama, and T. Miura (Keio University)
o   3668   Effect of Ion Structures on Phase Behaviors of Hydrophobic and Polar Ionic Liquids after Mixing with Water Y. Fukaya, T. Nakano, N. Nakamura, and H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
o   3669   Synthesis of Ionic Liquids as Solvents for Poly(3-Hydroxybutyrate) under Mild Condition H. Mokudai, Y. Fukaya, N. Nakamura (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), and H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, JST CREST)
o   3670   Design of Ionic Liquid-Based Polyelectrolytes Showing Dynamic Phase Transition with Water Y. Kohno and H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
 

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

301A, Level 3, Hawaii Convention Center

Power

Co-Chairs: M. Mizuhata and B. Zhu
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   3671   A Design for a Membrane-less Al/Cl2 Ionic Liquid Flow Battery M. Zhang (University of Tennessee, Knoxville), T. A. Zawodzinski Jr. (The University of Tennessee), P. Trulove (US Naval Academy), J. Watson, and R. Counce (University of Tennessee, Knoxville)
08:20   3672   Electrochemical Behavior of Lithium Metal Electrodes in Ionic Liquid Based Electrolytes A. I. Bhatt (CSIRO Energy Technology)
08:40   3673   Ionic Liquid Based Electrolytes for Zn-Air and Mg-Air Batteries P. Howlett, A. A. Torriero (Deakin University), T. Khoo (Monash University), T. Simons (Deakin University), D. MacFarlane (Monash University), and M. Forsyth (Deakin University)
09:00   3674  
CANCELLED
The Solid Oxide-molten Salts Ion Conductors and Multifunctional Nanocomposites for Advanced Fuel Cells B. Zhu (KTH)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   3675   The Kinetics of Electrochemical Alloying in Liquid Mg-Sb J. M. Newhouse, H. Kim, and D. R. Sadoway (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
10:20   3676   Spectroscopic Analysis of Ceria Based Oxide-Carbonate Nanocomposite Electrolyte for Low Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells M. Mizuhata, K. Takeda (Kobe University), R. Raza, and B. Zhu (KTH)
10:40   3677   Measurement of the Diffusion Coefficient of Calcium in the Calcium-Bismuth Liquid Alloy System S. A. Barriga, H. Kim, D. Boysen, and D. R. Sadoway (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
11:00   3678   Electrochemical Properties of Ca-Sb Alloys in Molten Salt Electrolytes T. Ouchi, H. Kim, and D. R. Sadoway (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
11:20   3679   Oxygen Reduction Reaction at LaNiO3 Supported by Au Ring in Li/Na Eutectic Carbonate with La2O3 K. Matsuzawa, Y. Esaki, K. Watanabe, K. Ota, and S. Mitsushima (Yokohama National University)
11:40   3680   EMIHSO4-based Polymer Electrolytes and Their Applications in Solid Electrochemical Capacitors S. Ketabi, X. Liu, Z. Le, and K. Lian (University of Toronto)
12:00 Lunch Break (120 Minutes)
14:00   3681   Charge and Discharge Properties at Room to Intermediate Temperature of Sodium Secondary Batteries Using Molten NaFSA-MPPyrFSA for the Green Base Transceiver Station (G-BTS) E. Itani, S. Sakai, K. Nitta, S. Inazawa (Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.), K. Takeno, and T. Seki (NTT Docomo)
14:20   3682   Versatility of Molten Salt Synthesis for the Preparation of Cathode and Anode Electrode Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries M. Reddy and B. Chowdari (National University of Singapore)
 

Separations and Purification

Co-Chairs: P. Trulove and R. Mantz
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:40   3683   Exploiting the Versatility of Ionic Liquids and Polymeric Ionic Liquids in Chromatographic Separations and Microextractions J. Anderson (The University of Toledo)
15:20 Intermission (20 Minutes)
15:40   3684   Separation of Flue Gas Components by Ionic Liquids - Fundamental Chemistry and Industrial Application R. Fehrmann, A. Kunov-Kruse, S. L. Mossin, S. Kegnæs, H. Kolding, and A. Riisager (Technical University of Denmark)
16:20   3685   Reactive Separation of H2S from Fuel Process Streams Using Ionic Liquids K. Jayne, D. Carr, B. Slote, and M. C. Kimble (Reactive Innovations, LLC)
16:40   3686   Decomposition of CO2 Gas in CaCl2-CaO and LiCl-Li2O Molten Salts R. O. Suzuki, K. Otake, T. Uchiyama (Eco-Processing), H. Kinoshita (Fukushima College of Technology), and T. Kikuchi (Hokkaido University)
17:00   3687   The Use of Ionic Liquids for the Purification of Heavy Metals from Coal Ash T. E. Sutto (Naval Research Laboratory)
 

Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 3, Level 1, Hawaii Convention Center

I3 - Poster Session 2

Co-Chairs: L. Haverhals and W. M. Reichert
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
o   3688   Ionic Liquids Technology for Aluminum Deposition T. Naguy, E. Berman (AFRL), N. Voevodin (AFRL/UDRI), P. Brezovec, and M. Miller (CTC)
o   3689   Electrode Reactions of Platinum Bromide Complexes in an Amide-Type Ionic Liquid T. Endo, Y. Katayama, and T. Miura (Keio University)
o   3690   Electronic State Analyses of Redox-Active Molecule Tethered at Ionic Liquid / Electrode Interface by Photoelectron Spectroscopy Y. Kanai, Y. Mino, A. Imanishi, Y. Yokota, and K. Fukui (Osaka University)
o   3691   Electrochemical Deposition of Cobalt onto the Surface of Copper Using a Choline Chloride-Based Ionic Liquid B. Damiano, A. I. Wixtrom, and T. M. Abdel-Fattah (Christopher Newport University)
o   3692   Electrochemical Polishing Applications and EIS of a Novel Choline Chloride-based Ionic Liquid A. I. Wixtrom, J. Buhler (Christopher Newport University), C. E. Reece (Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility), and T. M. Abdel-Fattah (Christopher Newport University)
o   3693   Investigation of Oxidation State of the Electrodeposited Neodymium Metal Related with the Water Contents of Phosphonium Ionic Liquids H. Kondo, M. Matsumiya (Yokohama National University), K. Tsunashima (Wakayama National College of Technology), and S. Kodama (Nippon Chemical Industrial Co. Ltd.)
o   3694   Electrochemical Formation of Tb-Ni Alloys in a Molten LiCl-KCl-TbCl3 System H. Konishi, K. Mizuma, H. Ono, E. Takeuchi (Osaka University), T. Nohira (Kyoto University), and T. Oishi (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
o   3695   Application of Electrochemical Transient Techniques for Studying Niobium Speciation in Chloride Melts G. Fofanov, I. B. Polovov, M. Chernyshov, V. A. Volkovich, O. Rebrin (Ural Federal University), and T. Griffiths (Redston Trevor Consulting, Ltd.)
o   3696   Complex Formation and Micropassivation at Electrodeposition of Niobium Coatings in Alkali Chloride-Fluoride Melts With Different Cationic Composition E. Marenkova (Institute of Chemistry, Kola Science Centre RAS) and S. Kuznetsov (KSC RAS)
o   3697   Influence of the Second Coordination Sphere on the Diffusion Coefficients of Niobium Fluoride Complexes in Chloride and Fluoride Melts A. Popova, V. Kremenetsky (Institute of Chemistry, Kola Science Centre RAS), and S. Kuznetsov (KSC RAS)
o   3698   Electrochemical Behavior and Electrorefining of Vanadium in Melts Containing Titanium Salts O. Kazakova (Institute of Chemistry, Kola Science Centre RAS) and S. Kuznetsov (KSC RAS)
o   3699   Activity Coefficients and Solubility of Lanthanum and Praseodymium in Gallium-Indium Eutectic Alloy A. Dedyukhin, V. Ivanov, S. Mel'chakov, A. Shchetinskii, V. A. Volkovich, L. Yamshchikov (Ural Federal University), A. Osipenko (State Scientific Centre Research Institute of Atomic Reactors), S. Raspopin (Ural Federal University), and M. Kormilitsyn (State Scientific Centre Research Institute of Atomic Reactors)
o   3700   Uranium Activity and Solubility in Liquid Ga-In Eutectic Alloy: An Electrochemistry Study V. A. Volkovich, D. Maltsev, L. Yamshchikov (Ural Federal University), A. Osipenko (State Scientific Centre Research Institute of Atomic Reactors), S. Raspopin (Ural Federal University), and M. Kormilitsyn (State Scientific Centre Research Institute of Atomic Reactors)
o   3701   Precipitation of Rare Earth Phosphates in NaCl-2CsCl Eutectic Based Melts V. A. Volkovich, A. Ivanov, S. Yakimov, I. B. Polovov, B. Vasin (Ural Federal University), T. Griffiths (Redston Trevor Consulting, Ltd.), A. Chukin, and A. Shtolts (Ural Federal University)
o   3702   Development of Recycling Process for Rare Earth Magnets by Electrodeposition Using Ionic Liquids Media M. Ishii, M. Matsumiya (Yokohama National University), and S. Kawakami (Dowa Eco-System Co. Ltd.)
o   3703   Electrochemical Behavior and Solvation Analysis of Rare Earth Complexes in Ionic Liquids Media Investigated by SECM and Raman Spectroscopy N. Tsuda, M. Matsumiya (Yokohama National University), K. Tsunashima (Wakayama National College of Technology), and S. Kodama (Nippon Chemical Industrial Co. Ltd.)
o   3704   Investigation on the Hydration State of Ionic Liquids toward the Application as a Protein Solvent Y. Nikawa, K. Fujita, and H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
o   3705   Dissolution and Stabilization of Proteins in a Hydrophobic Ionic Liquid with Hydrated Zwitterions Y. Ito, Y. Kohno, and H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
o   3706   Effect of Carboxylate Anions on Polarity and Water Miscibility of Hydrophobic Ionic Liquids Toward the Matrix for Cellulose Hydrolysis T. Nakano, Y. Fukaya, and H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
o   3707   Evaluation of Glucose Oxidase Activity in Ionic Liquids in the Presence of Small Amount of Water K. Nagata, M. Abe, Y. Fukaya, and H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
o   3708   HPLC Analysis of Cellulose Dissolved in Ionic Liquids K. Kuroda, Y. Fukaya, and H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
o   3709   Ionic Liquid Facilitated Introduction of Functional Materials into Biopolymer Polymer Substrates L. M. Haverhals, E. Christman (United States Naval Academy), M. P. Foley (U.S. Naval Academy), E. K. Brown (United States Naval Academy), H. De Long (AFRL/AFOSR), and P. Trulove (US Naval Academy)
o   3710   Direct Dissolution of Wet and Saliferous Microalgae with Ionic Liquids and Isolation of Poly(3-Hydroxybutyrate) D. Kobayashi, K. Fujita, N. Nakamura, and H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
o   3711   Preparation of Ionic Liquids Composed of Benzoic Acid Derivatives and Their Phase Behavior with Water T. Ando, Y. Kohno, and H. Ohno (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)
o   3712   High Temperature Stability of Carbon-Carbonate Mixture in Solid Oxide Electrolyte DCFC B. Chu, K. Kang, K. Kang (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology), and J. Hwang (KITECH)
o   3713   Task-Specific Room Temperature Ionic Liquids (RT-ILs) for Biological Liquid/Liquid Extraction A. J. McIntosh, S. A. Goodchild (Dstl Porton Down), and T. Welton (Imperial College, London)
 

Thursday, October 11, 2012

301A, Level 3, Hawaii Convention Center

Session in Honor of the Bredig Award Winner: Prof. Derek Fray

Co-Chairs: M. Gaune-Escard and G. Chen
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:20   3714   All That You Wanted to Know About Lanthanide Halides But Were Afraid to Ask M. Gaune-Escard (Ecole Polytechnique), L. Rycerz (Technical University), S. Kuznetsov (KSC RAS), S. Gadzuric (University of Novi Sad), I. Chojnacka, J. Kapala, B. Salamom (Technical University), M. Berkani (Université A. Mira), M. Butman (Ivanovo State University of Chemistry and Technology), and W. Gong (Huizhou University)
08:40   3715   Behaviour of Cr Species in the Molten System NaF - AlF3 - (Al2O3) V. Danielik, P. Fellner, D. Sulekova (Slovak University of Technology), and J. Thonstad (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
09:00   3716   Electrochemical Near-Net-Shape Production Via the FFC Cambridge Process --- Dedication to the Special Session for the 2012 Max Bredig Award D. Hu and G. Z. Chen (University of Nottingham)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   3717   Deoxidation of Titania Foams E. Krasicka-Cydzik (University of Zielona Góra)
10:20   3718   Towards Sustainable Metals Production by Molten Oxide Electrolysis L. Yin, A. Allanore, and D. R. Sadoway (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
11:00   3719   Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction Monitoring of the Operation of an Inert Anode Utilised in a Cambridge FFC-Cell G. A. Snook, M. Rowles, M. Styles, K. McGregor, I. Madsen, A. Urban, N. Scarlett (CSIRO), and D. Riley (ANSTO)
11:20   3720   The Development of Ionic Liquid-Based Thermoelectrochemical Cells J. M. Pringle, T. J. Abraham, and D. R. MacFarlane (Monash University)
11:40   3721   Room Temperature Ionic Liquid as Electrolyte for Lithium Ion Battery Y. FUNG (Hong Kong University) and Y. Yang (Xiamen University)
 

Rare Earth and Nuclear Chemistry

Co-Chairs: T. Nohira and A. Ispas
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:00   3722   Current Status of Technologies for Recycling Rare Earth Metals T. H. Okabe (The University of Tokyo)
14:40   3723   Extraction of Rare Earth Metals from Nd-based Scrap by Electrolysis from Molten Salts A. Martinez, O. Kjos, E. Skybakmoen, A. Solheim (SINTEF), and G. Haarberg (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)
15:00   3724   Separation of Dy and Nd (La) Using Molten Salt and an Alloy Diaphragm H. Konishi, H. Ono (Osaka University), T. Nohira (Kyoto University), and T. Oishi (AIST)
15:20 Intermission (20 Minutes)
15:40   3725   Electrochemical Formation of RE-Ni (RE=Pr, Nd, Dy) Alloys in Molten Halides T. Nohira, S. Kobayashi, K. Kondo, K. Yasuda, R. Hagiwara (Kyoto University), T. Oishi (AIST), and H. Konishi (Osaka University)
16:20   3726   Processing Al-Sc Alloys at Liquid Aluminum Cathode in KF-AlF3 Molten Salt Q. Liu, J. Xue, J. Zhu, Y. Qian, and L. Feng (University of Science and Technology Beijing)
16:40   3727   Electrorefining of Zirconium from Zircaloy-4 Cladding Hulls in LiCl-KCl Molten Salts C. Lee, K. Kang, M. Jeon, C. Heo, and J. Yang (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute)
 

Kahili 1/2, Kalia Conference Center, Hilton Hawaiian Village

Bredig Award Dinner

Co-Chair: P. Trulove
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
18:30 Intermission (90 Minutes)
20:00   3728   Exploring Novel Uses of Molten Salts D. Fray (University of Cambridge)
20:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
 

Friday, October 12, 2012

301A, Level 3, Hawaii Convention Center

Materials

Co-Chairs: M. Foley and A. Bund
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   3729   The Structure of Nickel Compounds in the Ionic Liquid 1-Ethyl-3-Methyl Imidazolium Chloride/ Aluminum Chloride D. F. Roeper (Excet, Inc.), C. Graham (United States Naval Academy), K. Pandya (Brookhaven National L), and W. O'Grady (Excet, Inc.)
08:20   3730   Intercalation Chemistry of Ionic Liquids T. E. Sutto (Naval Research Laboratory)
08:40   3731   Dispersion of Organically Modified Layered Silicates in Melt Blended Poly(lactic acid) Composites: Effects of Cation Head Groups and Oxygenated Alkyl Chains D. M. Fox (American University), M. Zammarano (National Institute of Standards and Technology), and M. Novy (American University)
09:00   3732   Ionic Liquids for Controlled Synthesis of Functional Materials P. Fulvio, H. Luo, and S. Dai (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
09:40 Intermission (20 Minutes)
10:00   3733   Use of Ionic Liquid as a New Medium under Vacuum Conditions S. Kuwabata, A. Imanishi (Osaka University), T. Torimoto (Nagoya University), and T. Tsuda (Osaka University)
10:40   3734   Control of Formation Process of Au Nanoparticles Prepared by Low Energy Quantum Beam Irradiation in Ionic Liquid A. Imanishi, T. Arimura, T. Sakamoto, T. Tsuda, S. Kuwabata, and K. Fukui (Osaka University)
11:00   3735   Simple Fabrication of Pt Nanoparticle-Carbon Nanotube Composite with Ionic Liquid-Sputtering Method K. Yoshii, T. Tsuda, T. Arimura, A. Imanishi (Osaka University), T. Torimoto (Nagoya University), and S. Kuwabata (Osaka University)
11:20   3736   Fabrication of 3D Polymer Structures from Room-Temperature Ionic Liquid by Quantum Beam Techniques H. Minamimoto, K. Inoue, T. Tsuda, A. Imanishi, S. Seki, and S. Kuwabata (Osaka University)