Transport at Interfaces
AIChE Annual Meeting
Room 255 E
Salt Palace Convention Center
Wednesday, November 7, 2007 - 8:30am to 11:00am
The session focuses on the roles of hydrodynamics and mass transfer rates on transport at fluid/fluid and fluid/solid interfaces. A range of experimental, macroscopic modeling, microscopic modeling, and molecular simulations studies of interest to chemical engineering audiences is desirable. The studies should cover some aspect of an interfacial physics, chemistry, or biology. Example topics are adsorption, spreading, transport across interfaces, phase transitions at interfaces, ultrathin film formation, Marangoni flows, AFM-based transport studies, etc. Example applications are in separations, nanotechnology, biochemical, and biomedical problems
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