Electrochemical Engineering General Session 2

Wednesday, 31 May 2017: 08:00-11:40
Marlborough A (Hilton New Orleans Riverside)
Douglas P. Riemer , John A Staser and Luis A. Diaz
Chronoamperometric Study of Ammonia Oxidation in a Direct Ammonia Alkaline Fuel Cell Under the Influence of Microgravity
C. R. Cabrera Jr. (University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras), R. Acevedo (University of Puerto Rico at Río Piedras), C. Morales (university of Puerto Rico at Río Piedras), L. Echegoyen (The University of Texas at El Paso), and R. A. Martínez-Rodríguez (University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus)
Numerical Analysis of the Effect of Diaphragm Length, Position and Porosity on the Electric Field and Mass Transport inside a Lithium Electrolysis Cell (Cancelled)
Low Frequency Behavior of Strong Univalent Electrolytic Solutions with a Highly-Sensitive Impedance Method
V. C. Su, K. C. Ho, J. H. Ye, and C. H. Kuan (Graduate Institute of Electronics Engineering, NTU)
Mathematical Modeling of Ion Selective Membrane Systems Subject to Electrical Polarization
M. T. Flavin (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Charles Stark Draper Laboratory), J. Han (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), and D. Freeman (Charles Stark Draper Laboratory)
Synthesis of Co-Ni-Mo As Non-Noble Electrocatalysts for Ethanol Oxidation
W. Chaitree (Florida State University) and E. E. Kalu (Florida A&M University - Florida State University COE)
Quantifying Potential Contributions in the Hybrid Sulfur Electrolyzer at Elevated Temperatures
T. R. Garrick (General Motors, University of South Carolina), C. H. Wilkins, A. T. Pingitore (University of South Carolina), A. Gulledge (INVISTA), B. Benicewicz, and J. W. Weidner (University of South Carolina)
Understanding of Transition from Gas-Phase to Material-Kinetic Limitations for Nonstoichiometric Oxides
H. I. Ji (California Institute of Technology, Northwestern University), T. Davenport (Northwestern University), and S. M. Haile (California Institute of Technology, Northwestern University)
High Efficiency Anodes for Hydrogen Separation Based on Solid Acid Electrolytes
D. L. Wilson III (The University of Tennessee) and T. A. Zawodzinski Jr. (University of Tennessee, Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
A Reduced-Order Battery Degradation Model for Battery Management Systems
J. Li (Missouri University of Science and Technology), N. Lotfi (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Edwardsville), R. G. Landers, and J. Park (Missouri University of Science and Technology)