303 Approaches for Measuring Kinetic and Thermodynamic Properties of Processes at the Mineral/Water Interface

Oral Session
S02 Soil Chemistry

Chemical reactions at the solid/water interface play a fundamental role in the processes governing the behavior of nutrients and pollutants in soil environments. Comparably fewer studies are aimed at measurement of kinetic and thermodynamic data. These data can be obtained through a variety of established and emerging techniques such as synchrotron spectroscopies, fast acquisition FTIR, and flow and titration calorimetry. This session will highlight research on current as well as “in-development” approaches for measurements of kinetic and thermodynamic data within the aqueous-mineral interface. We encourage submissions showcasing results using any number of experimental approaches as well as theoretical studies.


Soil Mineralogy, Soils & Environmental Quality
Wednesday, November 3, 2010: 8:45 AM-9:35 AM
Long Beach Convention Center, Room 202B, Second Floor

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Nadine Kabengi and Aaron Thompson
Nadine Kabengi and Aaron Thompson
8:45 AM
Introductory Remarks
8:50 AM
Metal Selectivity by Clay Minerals Using HSAB Principle.
Yan Ling Liang, University of California; William Horwath, University of California-Davis
9:05 AM
Titration Calorimetry as a Tool to Estimate Optimum Retention Time for Ammonium Removal by Zeolites.
Chad J. Penn, Oklahoma State University; Jason Warren, Oklahoma State University; Savannah Smith, University of Oklahoma
9:20 AM
Adsorption of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) on Rhizopus Oryzae Cell Wall: Application of Cosolvent Models for Validating the Cell Wall-Water Partition Coefficient.
Bin Ma, Zhejiang University; Huaihai Chen, Zhejiang University; Minmin Xu, Zhejiang University; Jiaojiao Wang, Zhejiang University; Yan He, Zhejiang University; Haizhen Wang, Zhejiang University; Jianming Xu, Zhejiang University
9:35 AM
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