Physical Chemistry of Electrolytes IV

Tuesday, May 13, 2014: 14:00-17:20
Floridian Ballroom J, Lobby Level (Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek)
Wladyslaw Wieczorek , Sebastian Jonas Pohlmann , Robert Kostecki and Francesca Soavi
Characterisation of Novel Organic Sodium Salts
A. Bitner, L. Niedzicki (Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry), A. Plewa-Marczewska (ALISTORE-European Research Institute Fédération de Recherche CNRS n°3104, Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry), M. Marcinek (Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry), M. Dranka, G. Z. Zukowska (Warsaw Technical University, Faculty of Chemistry), and W. Wieczorek (Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry)
New Conducting Salts for Non-Aqueous High-Voltage Supercapacitors
S. J. Pohlmann (University of Muenster- Institute of Physical Chemistry, Battery Research Centre MEET) and A. Balducci (Institute of Physical Chemistry & MEET Battery Research Center, University of Münster)
The Physical Properties of Room Temperature Ionic Liquids Near Electrified Surfaces: A Simulation Study
Z. HU (UNIVERSITY OF UTAH), J. Vatamanu (University of Utah), and D. Bedrov (The University of Utah)
The Effect of the Enantiomeric Organization of the Solid Polymeric Electrolyte on the Ion Transport Properties Thereof
M. J. Kalita, M. Piszcz, M. Poterala, P. Jankowski, and A. Gajewska (Warsaw Technical University, Faculty of Chemistry)
A Study on the Oxygen Redox Reduction in Ionic Liquid-Based Electrolytes for Li/O2 Battery Application
F. Soavi, S. Monaco, C. Arbizzani, and M. Mastragostino (University of Bologna)
Fundamental Studies of Interfacial Phenomena at LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4/Graphite Electrodes in Organic Carbonate Electrolytes
A. Jarry, S. F. Lux, and R. Kostecki (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
Probes Based on Silica Sol-Gels for Voltammetry in the Absence of Electrolyte in the Sample Phase
J. A. Cox (Miami University), K. Miecznikowski (University of Warsaw), W. H. Steinecker (Miami University), and G. E. Pacey (University of Dayton Research Institute)