203rd Meeting - Paris, France

April 27-May 2, 2003


W1 - Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering General Session

Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering

Tuesday, April 29, 2003

Level 2 Hallway, Le Palais des Congres

Technical Exhibit and Tuesday Evening Poster Session

Co-Chairs: G. Pillay and P. Foller

o2264 Investigation on the Reducing Mechanism and Reducing Potential of Titanium Dioxide - W. Shulan (1) and L. Yingjun (2)
o2265 The Ternary Ru+Ir+Ce Porous Insoluble Catalytic Anodes for Oxygen Evolution in Acid Solution - S.-C. Yen and J.-H. Huang (National Taiwan University)
o2266 Study of an Oblique Rotating Barrel Electrochemical Reactor for Removal of Copper Ions from Wastewater - A. Al-Shammari (KFUPM), D.-T. Chin (Clarkson University), and S. Rahman (KFUPM)
o2267 Electrocatalytic Hydrogenation of Vegetable Oil - S. Lalvani and K. Mondal (Southern Illinois University)
o2268 Copper Platinum Deposition via DC and Pulsing Techniques Using A New Bath - S. Lalvani and K. Mondal (Southern Illinois University)
o2269 The Preliminary Nonlinear Analysis of the Influence of Mass Transfer on Packed Bed Electrodes - Y.-P. Sun (Taiyuan University of Technology) and K. Scott (University of Newcastle Upon Tyne)
o2270 Environmentally Benign Bleaching of Paper Pulps using Electron Transfer Mediators - D. Rochefort (Universite de Montreal), R. Bourbonnais, M. Paice (Pulp and Paper Research Institute of Canada), N. LeGrand, A. Sheridan, and D. Leech (National University of Ireland)
o2271 Preparation and Use of Ti/PbO2 Anodes for the Oxidation of Cr(III) - D. Devilliers, M.T. Dinh Thi, E. Mahe (Universite Pierre and Marie Curie), and Q. Le Xuan (Institut de Technologie Tropicale)
o2272 Electrodeposition of Lead from the Molten Salt Mixture PbCl2–ZnCl2–KCl - O. Zarubitskii (Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences)
o2273 Decomposition of Environmental Pollutants by Microwave-Induced Plasma in Aqueous-and Gas-Phase under Atmospheric Pressure - Y. Shimizu, Y. Nakamoto, T. Essaki, H. Inada, T. Hyodo, and M. Egashira (Nagasaki University)
o2274 The Effects of Additives on the Alumina Solubility in Cryolite Metals at 1300K - Y. Zhang and R. Rapp (The Ohio State University)
o2275 Novel Electrochemical Processes and Technologies in Ionic Melts - A. Omelchuk, O. Zarubitskii, and S. Volkov (Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences)
o2276 Global Mass Transport in the Capillary Gap Cell - F. Coueret (UMR) and T.Z. Fahidy (University of Waterloo)
o2277 Electrical Conductivity of Carbon or Graphite Felts - F. Coeuret (UMR)
o2278 The Influence of Phenylenediamine Additions on the Synthesis of Polyaniline - S. Grigic and L. Duic (University of Croatia)
o2279 Study Of The Anodic Overvoltage During The Electrolytic Production Of Fluorine Gas - H. Groult, D. Devilliers, F. Lantelme (CNRS), C. Belhomme, F. Nicolas (Comurhex-Cogema), and J.-P. Caire (Domaine Universitaire)
o2280 Reactional Electrolysis: Effective Method for Purification of Metals - L. Kozin and F. Manilevich (Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences)
o2281 Concurrent Application of Reverse Osmosis and Vacuum Evaporation for the Recycle of Electroplating Wastewater - G.T. Lee, C.B. Shin (Ajou University), H.J. Kim, W.I. Cho, and B.W. Cho (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)
o2282 Bubble Aggregation by Thermocapillary Motion During Electrolytic Gas Evolution - H. Kasumi, P. Sides, and J. Anderson (Carnegie Mellon University)
o2283 Electroinitiated Copolymerization of Vinylic Molecules on gold Substrates - P. Aplincourt (ENS), C. Bauvais, J. Charlier, and S. Palacin (CEA)
o2284 Electrocatalytical Membrane Cell Processes for Removal of NO and SO_2 from Power Plant Flue Gases - S.B. Rasmussen, K.M. Eriksen, and R. Fehrmann (Technical University of Denmark)
o2285 Modeling and Simulation:Optimization of Reactor Geometries with respect to a Homogeneous Deposit Profile - B. Mollay, J.O. Besenhard, G. Fafilek, H. Kronberger, and G.E. Nauer (ECHEM)
o2286 Replacement of Abestos in the Diaphragm Cell Process for Manufacture of Chlorine and Caustic Soda - S. Ahmed and P. Foller (PPG Industries, Inc.)