2001 PROCEEDINGS

Conference held in Lexington, KY
July 14-19, 2001

Sunday, July 15

Conference Sessions

Session 1 – Biomaterials: Cellular

(David Pienkowski, Chair)

1.1 Robert Poggie

1.2 A Porous Tantalum Trabecular Metal

Implex Corp., United States

1.3 Cellular/Molecular Responses of Electrically Stimulated Osteoblasts

P.R. Supronowicz, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, United States

1.4 Evaluation of Atomic Oxygen Textured Pyrolytic Carbon Implants

Vincent Hetherington, Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine, United States

1.5 Evaluation of Medical Experiences with Carbon Fibers in Poland

Stanislaw Blazewicz, University of Mining and Metallurgy, Poland

1.6 Carbon Fiber-based Composites for the Treatment of Hard Tissue Injuries

J. Chlopek, University of Mining and Metallurgy, Poland

Session 2 – Structural: C-C Composites

(Eric Grulke, Chair)

SGL Award Lecture

2.1 and 2.2 Some Aspects of Deformation and Fracture in Carbons

Brian McEnaney, University of Bath, United Kingdom

2.3 Influence of Hot Pressing on Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of CVI-Infiltrated C/C-Composites

Moez Guellali, Institu füer Keramik im Maschinenbau/Zentrallaboratorium, Germany

2.4 Characterization of Unordered Carbon using Warren-Bodenstein’s Equation

Hiroyuki Fujimoto, Osaka Gas CO., LTD., Japan

2.5 Further Carbonization of Anisotropic and Isotropic Pitch-Based Carbons by Microwave Irradiation</p>

Kap Seung Yang, Chonnam National University, Korea

2.6 Structure and Properties of Interfaces in Infiltrated Carbon Fiber Felts

Boris Reznik, Universitat Karlsruhe, Germany

Session 3 – Basic: Surface Properties

(Ljubisa Radovic, Chair)

3.1 The Surface Chemistry of Mesoporous Carbon Molecular Sieves

Hans Darmstadt, Lavel University, Canada

3.2 Effect of Oxidation on the Surface Properties of Polyethylene Terephthalate-Based Activated Carbon

Krisztina Laszlo, Budapest University of Techn. & Economics, Hungary

3.3 Chemical Surface Properties, Electrochemical and Catalytic Activity of N-, OandH- Active Carbons

Vladimir Strelko, National Academy of Sciences of the Ukraine, Ukraine

3.4 The Neural Network Model for CVD Process of Anti-oxidation Coating on C/C Composites

He-Jun Li, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China

3.5 Exfoliation of Carbon Fibers-Effects of Heat-Treatment Temperature and Microtexture in Cross-Section of Original Carbon Fibers

Masahiro Toyoda, Fukui National College of Tech., Japan

Session 4 – Adsorption: Catalyst Applications and NBC Protection

(Burt Davis, Chair)

4.1 Preparation, Characterization and Performance of Synthetic Carbon Coated Monolithic Catalysts

Edwin Crezee, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

4.2 F. Low Temperature CO Oxidation Over Pt-Sn Catalysts Supported on Activated Carbon Cloth

Rodriguez-Reinoso, Universidad de Alicante, Spain

4.3 Studies on the Catalytic Reaction of Nitrogen Oxide on Metal Modified Activated Carbon Fibers

Ruowen Fu, Zhongshan University, China

4.4 Further Development of an End of Service Life Indicator for Activated Carbon Filters

Marco Linders, TNO - Prins Maurits Laboratory, The Netherlands

4.5 Physical and Chemical Activation of Carbon Fibers and Their Performance

C.J. Hindmarsh, DSTL, United Kingdom

4.6 Carbon Fibers for Combined Vapor and Particulate Filtration

M.J. Chinn, DSTL, United Kingdom

Session 5 – Biomaterials: Materials

(David Puleo, Chair)

5.1 Bioselective Medical Activated Carbons - Are They Real?

Sergey Mikhalovsky, University of Brighton, United Kingdom

5.2 A Carbon Nanotube-Based Sensor for CO2 Monitoring

Keat Ong, University of Kentucky, United States

5.3 Hemo- and Enterosorbents on the Basis of Spherically Granulated Synthetic Carbons

Vladimir Strelko, National Academy of Sciences of the Ukraine, Ukraine

5.4 Biocompatability of Active Carbons

Sergey Mikhalovsky, University of Brighton, United Kingdom

5.5 Effects of Surface Modification of Activated Carbon on the Adsorption and Desorption of Doxorubicin

Li Yuhua, FeRx, Inc., United States

5.6 Hemolysis of DLC Films Coated on Polymeric Materials

Yasuharu Ohgoe, Tokyo Denki University, Japan

Session 6 – Basic: Reaction/Computational Chemistry

(Takashi Kyotani, Chair)

6.1 The NO-carbon Reaction: The Influence of CO and a Catalyst on the Population of Surface Complexes and Reactivity

Joseph Calo, Brown University, United States

6.2 The Oxidation of Diamond

Jane Howe, Oak Ridge National Lab, United States

6.3 Chemical Interactions Between Carbon Substrates and Metals

Hiromichi Toyota, Ehime University, Japan

6.4 Computational Chemistry of Zigzag and Armchair Sites in Carbon Oxidation

Z.H. Zhu, University of Queensland, Australia

6.5 Molecular Structure and Thermo-Oxidizing Stability of Carbon Materials Containing Boron and Nitrogen Heteroatoms

Vladimir Strelko, National Academy of the Sciences of the Ukraine

6.6 On Some Key Questions in the Application of Computational Chemistry to Carbon Reactivity

Ljubisa Radovic, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

Session 7 – Adsorption: Production/Regeneration

(Rick Farmer, Chair)

7.1 One Step Activation of Coal Combustion Waste

Y. Zhang, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

7.2Preparation of Porous Graphitized Carbon Blacks and Porous Carbon Molecular Sieves for Air Monitoring Processes

W.R. Betz, Supelco, United States

7.3 Preparation of Carbon Molecular Sieves by Chemical Vapor Infiltration of Lignin- Based Microporous Carbons

Jose Rodriguez-Mirasol, University of Malaga, Spain

7.4 Adsorption Characteristics of Carbon Cryogel Microspheres

Takuji Yamamoto, Kyoto University, Japan

7.5 Activated Carbons Prepared from Pine Wastes for the Uptake of Organic Compounds from Aqueous Solution

Avelina Garcia-Garcia, INETI, Portugal

7.6 pH Excursions in Water Treatment from Reactivated GAC: Causation and Control

David Mazyck, University of Florida, United States

Session 8 – Novel: Foams/C-C Composites

(Gary Tibbetts, Chair)

8.1 Preparation and Graphitization of High-Performance Carbon Foams Produced from Coal

Darren Rogers, Touchstone Research Lab, United States

8.2 Oxidation Protection of Graphite Foams

James Klett, Oak Ridge National Lab, United States

8.3 Formation of Oxidation-Resistant Carbon Composites from Exfoliated Graphite and Silicone

Hidetaka Konno, Hokkaido University, Japan

8.4 The Interlayer Crack Extension Modes in Laminated Carbon/Carbon Composites

He-Jun Li, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China

8.5 Preparation of Porous Carbon with Periodic Ordering Structure by Using Zeolites as Templates

Zhixin Ma, Tohoku University, Japan

Monday, July 16

Session 9 – Biomaterials: Biological Applications of Porous Solids

(Sergey Mikhalovsky, Chair)

9.1 The Physicochemical Properties of Medicinal Material Treated Activated Carbon Fiber

Won-Chun Oh, Hanseo University, Korea

9.2 Porous Carbon/Carbon Composites as Artificial Bone Tested in vivo

Zoran Lausevic, Institute of Nuclear Science Vinca, Yugoslavia

9.3 Study of Collagen-based Drug Delivery System as Vincristine

Qiqing Zhang, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, China

9.4 Potential of Improving Blood Compatibility of Biomaterials by Coating of Diamond-Like Carbon Film

Huang Nan, Southwest Jiatong University, China

9.5 CVD-Kinetics of Methane on Stainless Steel 316L at 600 degrees C

Bo-Sung Rhee, Hoseo University, Korea

Session 10 – Adsorption: Characterization-Modeling I

(Jecek Jagiello, Chair)

10.1 Improved DFT Methods for Micropore Size Characterization of Activated Carbons: Role of Pore Wall Heterogeneity

Peter Ravikovitch, CMCNM, TRI/Princeton, United States

10.2 Comparison of Dubinin-Radushkevich Micropore Volumes Obtained from N2 CO2 and H2O-adsorption Isotherms

Peter Lodewyckx, Belgian Army - DTT/NBC, Belgium

10.3 Characterization of Activated Carbon by Liquid Phase Adsorption

Suresh Bhatia, University of Queensland, Australia

10.4 Enhancement of Methane Adsorptivity of ACF with Dispersed NiO Characterized by XAFS

Yoshiuki Hattori, Chiba University, Japan

10.5 Using the Wheeler-Jones Equation to Describe Adsorption of Inorganic Molecules: Ammonia

Leen Verhoeven, Belgian Army - DTT/NBC, Belgium

10.6 About the Microporosity of some Activated Carbons

S. Duber, CRMD, France

Session 11 – Basics: Fundamentals of Adsorption I

(Michio Inagaki, Chair)

11.1 Sorption Kinetics of Heavy Oils into Porous Carbon Materials by Wicking Method

Y. Nishi, Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan

11.2 Pore Structure and Graphitic Surface Order of Mesoporous Carbon Molecular Sieves by Low-Pressure Nitrogen Adsorption

Hans Darmstadt, Lavel University, Canada

11.3 Sorption of Various Oils into Exfoliated Graphite

Michio Inagaki, Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan

11.4 Development of Porosity in Pitch-Based C/C Composites

Cathie Vix-Guterl, CNRS, France

11.5 Activation of Carbon Fibers Using Controlled Rate Methods

P.A. Barnes, University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom

11.6 The Effect of Stabilization Degree on the Carbonization and Activation Behavior of the Pitch-Based Activated Carbon Fiber

Hiroyuki Nakagawa, Kyoto University, Japan

Session 12 – Structural: Friction Materials

(Rick Adams, Chair)

12.1 Friction and Wear of Carbon Composite, Part 1: Friction Transition and Structural Changes of Friction Film

Kia-Moh Teo, Southern Illinois University, United States

12.2 Friction and Wear of Carbon Composite, Part 2: Temperature and Stress Fields Analysis and Modeling

Kia-Moh Teo, Southern Illinois University, United States

12.3 Friction Instabilities of Solid Carbons

Christopher Byrne, Southern Illinois University, United States

12.4 Carbon as Friction Material

Khalid Lafdi, Southern Illinois University, United States

12.5 Influence of Needled Felt C/C Processing on Friction Performance

Christopher Byrne, Southern Illinois University, United States

Session 13 – Adsorption: Characterization-Modeling II

(Brian McEnaney, Chair)

13.1 Study of Porosity of Activated Monoliths by SAXS and Adsorption Techniques

Jean-Michel Guet, CRMD/CNRS, France

13.2 The Compensation Effect in the Sorption/Desorption Kinetics of Gases/Vapors on Microporous Carbons

Y. Yuzak, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

13.3 Polar and Dispersion Interactions at Carbon Surfaces - Further Development of the XPS Based Model

Robert Bradley, Robert Gordon University, Scotland

13.4 Determination of Thermodynamic Parameters of Carbon Black by Frontal Inverse Gas Chromatography

Frank Thielmann, Surface Measurements Systems, Ltd., United Kingdom

13.5 Diethyl Ether Adsorption on Activated Carbons: an IGC Study

Teresa Bandosz, City College of New York, United States

13.6 Energetics and Mechanism of Physical Sorption on Carbonaceous Solids: Grafoil Flexible Carbon

Loren Fuller, VTI Corporation

Session 14 – Novel: Synthesis I

(Mildred Dresselhaus, Chair)

14.1 Correlation Between the Plasma Characteristics, and the Morphology and Structure of the Carbon Phases Synthesized by Electric Arc Discharge

Maruidia Pacheco, Universite Paul Sabatier, France

14.2 Synthesis of SWNT-based Hybrid Nanomaterials from Photolysis-Enhanced Chemical Processes

Jagjiwan Mittal, CEMES/CNRS, France

14.3 Production of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Using Tunable Radiation from a Free Electron Laser (FEL)

C.K.W. Adu, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

14.4 Structure and Growth of Carbon Nanofibers by Thermal Chemical Vapor Deposition

Bajan Boskovic, University of Surrey, United Kingdom

14.5 Connecting and Joining Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes

Mauricio Terrones, University of Sussex, United Kingdom

14.6 Novel Vapor-Liquid-Solid Synthesis Method for Carbon Nanowires

Shashank Sharma, University of Louisville, United States

Session 15 – Basic: Fundamentals of Adsorption II

(Carlos Leon y Leon, Chair)

15.1 Micropore Size Distributions of Activated Carbons and Carbon Molecular Sieves Assessed by N2 Adsorption and High Pressure CH4 and CO2 Adsorption Isotherms

D. Lozano-Castello, Universidad de Alicante, Spain

15.2 Probing Carbonaceous Surface Chemical and Topological Heterogeneity by Temperature Programmed Propane Adsorption/Desorption

S. Kwon, University of Pittsburgh, United States

15.3 Preparation of Activated Carbon from Agricultural and Forest Waste by Microwave Irradiation

Jinhui Peng, Kunming University of Science and Techn., China

15.4 "Real Time" Determination of Porosity Development in Carbons: A Combined SAXS/TGA Approach

Joseph Calo, Brown University, United States

15.5 Investigation of Polar Organic Adsorption/Desorption from a Model Carbonaceous Surface: Acetone on Graphite

S. Kwon, University of Pittsburgh, United States

Session 16 – Basic: Carbonization

(Semih Eser, Chair)

16.1 Anthracites as Feedstocks for Binder Pitches or Carbon Fibers

John Zengal, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

16.2 Tailoring Pitch Pyrolysis through the use of Environmentally Benign Additives

Yinzhi Zhang, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

16.3 Self-Assembled Carbon Surfaces by Liquid Crystal Anchoring of Mesophase Pitch

Dan Tuhus-Dybrow, Brown University, United States

16.4 Structural Features Influencing Coke Degradation

John Patrick, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

16.5 Interactions of Petroleum Pitch, Coal-Tar Pitch and their Blends with Calcined Petroleum Coke Monitored by Microstrength Tests

Marco Granda, CSIC, Spain

16.6 Structural Features and Magnetization Properties of Nano-Iron/Carbon Composite from Petroleum Residue and Ferrocene

Huaihe Song, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China

Derbyshire Symposium

(Tim Golden, Chair)

Modification of Pore Structure of Wood Based Activated Carbons by Use of Polymer Additives

Marit Jagtoyen, University of Kentucky, United States

Activation of Meso-Carbon Microbeads with KOH

Brian McEnaney, University of Bath, United Kingdom

On the (Ignored?) Role of Carbon Surface Chemistry in Medical Adsorption Applications: A Review in Tribute to F. J. Derbyshire

Ljubisa Radovic, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

John Patrick, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

Poster Session

Adsorption

(James Klett, Chair)

Posters 1.01 – 1.64

P1.01 Three-Rings PAHs Emissions Abatement by Carbon Materials

Ana Mastral, CSIC, Spain

P1.02 Factors Controlling the Adsorption of PAHs Containing 2, 3 and 4 Aromatic Rings from Hot Gas Emissions

Ana Mastral, CSIC, Spain

P1.03 Solvent Washing Effects on the Adsorption and Surface Properties of Metal Treated Activated Carbons

Bum-Soo Kim, Hanseo University, Korea

P1.04 Adsorptive Removal of Dimethyl Sulfide (DMS) in City Gas with Activated Carbons and Carbon Fibers

Takaaki Suzuki, Kyushu University, Japan

P1.05 Adsorption of DMMP(dimethyl methylphosphonate) on Activated Carbon Fibers

Seung Kon Ryu, Chungnam National University, Korea

P1.07 Recovering Dichloromethane, Chloroform, Tetra chloromethane from Chloromethane Mixtures by Activated Carbon Fiber

Jufang Wu, FOA Divison of NBC-Defence, Sweden

P1.08 Electrosorption of Cobalt and Strontium on Activated Carbon Fibers for the Treatment of Decontamination Liquid Waste

Chong-Hun Jung, Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI), Korea

P1.09 Dynamic Adsorption on Activated Carbons of SO2 Traces in Air

J.P. Joly, Universit Claude Bernard Lyon1, France

P1.10 Experimental and Theoretical Studies of Sulfur Dioxide Adsorption by Oil-Palm-Shell Activated Carbon in Fixed Bed

Jia Guo, Nanyang Technological University, Republic of Singapore

P1.11 The use of Modified Carbon as Selective Adsorbents for Olive Oils Aroma Extraction

Isabel Fonseca, Universidade Noval de Lisboa, Portugal

P1.12 The Effects of Surface Functional Groups in the Adsorption of Water Vapor on Active Carbons

Mark Thomas, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

P1.13 Unexpected Effect of Adsorption of Zinc Acetate on Modified Activated Carbon from Aqueous Phase

Hoang Kim Bong, Moscow State Academy of Fine Chemical Techn., Russia

P1.14 Investigation on the Reactivity Between Organic Acids and Graphite by A.C. Impedance Spectroscopy

Fei-Yu Kang, Tsinghua University of Beijing, China

P1.15 The Structures of Activated Carbon Fibers and the Adsorption for Xenon

Jiyong Deng, Northwest Institute of Nuclear Technology, China

P1.16 Reactivity of Calcium Contaminated Anode Cokes

Marianne Engvoll, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

P1.17 Carbon Catalysts for Phosphine Abatement

Alexander Dyakonov, A.W. Spears Research Center, United States

P1.18 Removal of Spent Cr-Cu Catalyst From Surface of Chemical Modified Carbon Carrier

Stefan Zietek, Military Institute of Chemistry & Radiometry, Poland

P1.19 Pulsed Electroreduction of Carbon Dioxide on Glassy Carbon Electrode

Masahiro Komatsu, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Kyushu, Japan

P1.20 Catalytic Properties of Metal-containing Oxidized Coal Catalysts in Some Redox Reactions

Svetlana Stavitskaya, Institute for Sorption and Problems of Endoecology, Ukraine

P1.21 Carbon Flow-through Electrodes for Electrochemical Removal of Nitrate Ions from Aqueous Solutions

Yulia Basova, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan

P1.22 Comparison of D/R Models of Equilibrium Adsorption of Binary Mixtures of Organic Vapors on Activated Carbons

Gerry Wood, Los Alamos National Lab, United States

P1.23 Relaxation of Conduction Electron Spins at Collisions with Graphite Intercalation Front

A.M. Ziatdinov, Institute of Chemistry, Russia

P1.24 Microwave Permitivity of the Micro-Coiled Carbon Fibers Prepared by Ni Catalyzed Pyrolysis of Acetylene

Donglin Zhao, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China

P1.25 Graphite Intercalation by SbF5: in situ Conduction ESR Study

A.M. Ziatdinov, Institute of Chemistry, Russia

P1.27 Observations of Pyrocarbon Deposits on Fibers by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy

P. Delhaes, Centre de Recherche Paul Pascal, France

P1.28 Characterization of Porous Carbon: STM and Nitrogen Adsorption

Jian Sun, United Techn. Research Center, United States

P1.29 Changes in Pore Characteristics, Surface Morphologies, and Functionalities of Phenol Formaldehyde-based Porous Carbons with Carbonization Atmospheres and Acid Oxidation

C.R. Park, Seoul National University, Korea

P1.30 The Study of Carbon Surface Chemistry to Explain the Ignition Mechanism

Martin Van der Merwe, Protechnik Laboratories (Pty.) Ltd., South Africa

P1.31 Direct Study of Multicomponent Adsorption using Molecular Simulation

Jose Mota, Centro de Quimica Fina e Biotecnologia, Portugal

P1.32 Fine Characterization of Pore Structure of Porous Carbons with Superwide Pressure Range-Adsorption Technique

M. Sunago, Chiba University, Japan

P1.33 XPS Studies of Graphite Compounds with Fluorine and Pentafluorides

Yu.M. Nikolenko, Institute of Chemistry, Russia

P1.34 Temperature Dependence of Current Carrier Spin Relaxation Rate in Graphite and its Intercalation Compounds

A.M. Ziatdinov, Institute of Chemistry, Russia

P1.35 Sewage Sludge-Derived Materials as Adsorbents of SO2

Teresa Bandosz, City College of New York, United States

P1.37 Role Of Metallic Salt In The Evolution Of Pore Characteristics Of Cellulosic Biomass-Based Porous Carbons

C.R. Park, Seoul National University, Korea

P1.38 Carbon Bonded Carbon Fiber Composites for Regenerable Filtration

Martin Smith, DERA, United Kingdom

P1.39 Effects of Initial Surface Oxygen Level on Porosity Evolution & Surface Chemistry for Pitch-Based Active Carbon Fibers

Robert Bradley, Robert Gordon University, Scotland

P1.40 Catalytic Chemical Infiltration for Carbon/Carbon Composite Materials Fabricated by the Boiling Film Process

H. Okuno, Centre de Recherche Paul Pascal, France

P1.41 Effect of Precursor Carbon Fibers and Reaction Temperature on the Preparation of Fibers by Gas-Solid Reaction

J.C. Lee, Myongji University, Korea

P1.42 High Surface Area SiC Ceramics Made form Carbonized Rice Hulls by Treatment of HF-HNO3 Mixture

Masahiro Komatsu, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Kyushu, Japan

P1.43 Study of the Manufacture and Properties of C/C Composites from Carbon Cloth

Weidong Chi, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China

P1.45 Preparation and Their Antibacterial Activity of Activated Cabon Fiber Loaded Silver Compounds

Shuixia Chen, Zhongshan University, China

P1.46 Preparation of Activated Carbon Fibers for Xenon Adsorption

Shuixia Chen, Zhongshan University, China

P1.47 Gas Separation Carbon Membranes Obtained from Fullerenes Soot

Jieshan Qiu, Dalian University of Technology, China

P1.48 Improvement of Sorbent’s Quality from Shell of Apricot Stones by Chemical Treatment

L.V. Pashchenko, National Academy of Sciences of the Ukraine, Ukraine

P1.49 Properties of Adsorbents from Wood and Petroleum Wastes

T.G. Shendrik, National Academy of Sciences of the Ukraine, Ukraine

P1.50 Preparation of Spherical, Monodispersed Carbon Particles in the 1-10 Micron Particle Size Range for Use in Various Fields of Application

W.R. Betz, Supelco, United States

P1.51 Production and Utilization of Carbonized Refuse Derived Fuel

T. Sato, Kawasaki-Steel Corp., Japan

P1.52 Effects of the Reaction Medium on the Chemical Nature of the Surface of Carbon Catalysts During Esterification, Ester Hydrolysis, and Hydrogen Peroxide Decomposition

Svetlana Stavitskaya, Institute for Sorption and Problems of Endoecology, Ukraine

P1.54 Preparation of Noble Metal Particles Dispersed Mesoporous Carbons and Their Characteristics

Hisashi Tamai, Hiroshima University, Japan

P1.55 A Comparison of the Micropore Structure of Activated Carbon Fiber with Different CO2 Activation

Feiyu Kang, Tsinghua University, China

P1.56 Preparation of Carbon Molecular Sieves from Petroleum Cokes

Yan Zi-Feng, University of Petroleum, China

P1.57 Modification of the Activation Characteristics of Phenolic Resin-based Activated Carbon Spheres by Polymer-blending Method

Feiyu Kang, Tsinghua University, China

P1.58 Development of Carbon Coated Monoliths as with Suitable Features as Catalyst Support

Enrique Garcia-Bordeje, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

P1.59 Influence of Steam and CO2 on Porosity Changes of Activated Carbon Obtained During Thermochemical Biomass Conversion in Rotary Kiln

Marek Kielczewski, University of Agriculture, Poland

P1.61 Distribution of Active Phase and Other Properties Inside Active Carbon Granules

Stefan Zietek, Military Institute of Chemistry and Radiometry, Poland

P1.62 Vanadium Mixtures for NO Conversion

Sonia Carabineiro, Universidade Noval de Lisboa, Portugal

P1.63 Increase of Porosity in Activated Carbon by Carbon Deposition From Methane or Ethylene

Jorge Laine, Instituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Cientificas, Venezuela

P1.64 Physical Characteristics of Biosolid Adsorbent

Hung-Lung Chiang, Fooyin Institute of Technology, Taiwan

Basic Carbon Science

(James Klett, Chair)

Posters 2.01 – 2.34

P2.01 The Influence of Aluminum Phosphates on Graphite Oxidation/p>

Chris Maier, Alfred University, United States

P2.02 Shubnikov de Haas Effect of Very Thin Graphite Crystals

Y. Ohashi, Keio University, Japan

P2.03 Catalytic Dehydrochlorination of 2-Chloropropane over Activated Carbons: The Effect of Chemical Nature of Surface on Catalytic Activity of Carbon

Grzegorz Szymaliski, Nicholas Copernicus University, Poland

P2.04 Study of the Molecular Orientation of a Kapton Film

Raymond Moreh, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

P2.05 Highly Defective Low-Density Graphite Foils as a New Perspective Source of Carbon Nanoclusters

Sergey Ionov, Moscow State University, Russia

P2.07 Structural Analysis of Pore of Activated Carbon Fibers by Using High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy and Image Processing

Kyoichi Oshida, Nagano National College of Technology, Japan

P2.08 Boundary Extraction and Analysis of Pore Structure of Activated Carbon by Transmission Electron Microscopy and Fuzzy Template

Takashi Miyazaki, Nagano National College of Technology, Japan

P2.09 Microwave Permittivity and Permeability of Activated Carbon Fibers Imbedded in Paraffin Wax

Xuejun Zhang, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China

P2.10 Determination of Yarn Waviness Parameters for C-C Woven Composites

Stanislav Vopicka, Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic

P2.11 Texture Studies of Carbon Materials Using XRD Pole Figures

Clara Blanco, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

P2.12 Structural Information from the Raman Spectra of Activated Carbon Materials

Noriaki Shimodaira, Asahi Glass Co. Ltd., Japan

P2.13 Structural Study of Stage 2-SmCl3 Graphite Intercalation Compounds

Oscar Gonzalez, Universidad de Oriente, Venezuela

P2.14 Structural Study of Stage 3-HoCl3 Graphite Intercalation Compounds

Veronica Gonzalez, Universidad de Oriente, Venezuela

P2.15 Scanning Tunneling Microscope Study of Boron-doped Highly Oriented Pyrolitic Graphite

Morinobu Endo, Shinshu University, Japan

P2.16 Origin of Strong G_Band in Raman Spectrum of Carbon Whiskers

Jian Dong, Tsinghua University, China

P2.17 The Effect of Purification on the Electrical Conductivity and Complex Permittivity of Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes

Craig Grimes, University of Kentucky, United States

P2.18 Filler-Elastomer Interactions: Effect of Plasma Treatment on Carbon Black Surfaces

Soo-Jin Park, Chungnam National University, Korea

P2.19 Modification of an Activated Carbon by Thermal Treatment Under N20, Air and Hydrogen

Jose Diaz-Velasquez, Universidad Nacional de Columbia, Columbia

P2.20 A Role of Filler for the Preparation of Glass-like Carbon

Yun-Soo Lim, Myongji University, Korea

P2.21 Pitch Pyrolysis Behavior in the Presence of Various Granular Carbons

R. Santamaria, CSIC, Spain

P2.22 Ion Irradiation Effects on Mechanical Properties and Microstructures of Different Carbon Fibers

Akira Kurumada, Ibaraki University, Japan

P2.23 Optimization of Preparation Conditions for Polygranular Carbons

Marco Granda, CSIC, Spain

P2.26 The Calculation of Boron and Carbon Solubility for (Fe Me)2BC Alloy with Lattice in Modified Yum-Rozeri Model

Svetlana Yu Zaginaichenko, Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Ukraine

P2.27 Thermodestruction of Blends from Carbon-Containing Wastes of Different Origins

TG Shendrik, National Academy of Sciences of the Ukraine, Ukraine

P2.28 Modification of the Glass-Like Carbon Surface Properties by Ion Irradiation

Z. Lausevic, Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Yugoslavia

P2.29 Investigation of Graphitization Process of Alloys Fe-C, Co-C, Ni-C, FeMe-C (Me = V, Cr, Ti, Co, Ni)

Dmitry Schur, Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Ukraine

P2.30 The Carbon Diffusion Through a Contact of Two Solid Solutions

O. Matysina, Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Ukraine

P2.31 Temperature-Programmed Pyrolysis of (NH4)2Cr2O7-Modofied Cellulosic Materials

Ivan Petrov, Institute of Coal and Coal Chemistry, SB RAS, Russia

P2.32 Effect of Impregnation with Transition Metal Salts on Structure and Properties of Activated Carbons Obtained from Plum Stones

Ion Dranca, Academy of Sciences, Moldova

P2.33 Inhibition of Catalytic Carbon Oxidation by Boron and Phosphorus

X.X. Wu, The Pennsylvania State University

P2.34 Boron-Induced Changes in the Oxidation Behavior and Structure of Cellulose- Derived Carbon

Young-Jae Lee, The Pennsylvania State University

Structural Carbons

(James Klett, Chair)

Posters 3.01 – 3.21

P3.01 XRD Analysis of Stacking Structure of Carbon Layers in Treated Coal with Heat and Solvent

H. Takagi, National Institute for Resources and Environment, Japan

P3.02 The Mechanism of Graphitization in Carbon Materials

Evgeny Belenkov, Chelyabinsk State University, Russia

P3.03 Surface and Interface Relaxation of Current Carrier Spins in Graphite and Its Intercalation Compounds

A.M. Ziatdinov, Institute of Chemistry, Russia

P3.04 Studying the Macroporosity Development from the Precursor to the Activated Carbon by SEM

Lucie Largitte, Universite de Antilles et de la Guyane, France

P3.05 Mesoscopic Structure of Pitch-Based Activated Carbon Fiber through Extraction and KOH Activation

Yusuke Koga, Kyushu University, Japan

P3.06 Three-Dimensional Structure of Multilayer Carbon Nanotubes

Evgeny Belenkov, Chelyabinsk State University, Russia

P3.07 Friction Properties of Heat Treated Natural Carbon Materials and Synthetic Materials

C.M.A. Girelli, Universidad Federal do Espirito Santo, ES Brazil

P3.08 Influence of Granular Carbon and Pitch Composition on Carbon Brakes Performance

R. Santamaria, CSIC, Spain

P3.09 Microwave Permittivity and Reflectivity of the Electroless Ni Plated Mesophase Pitch Based Carbon Fibers

Zengmin Shen, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China

P3.10 Carbonized Novolac and PVA Structures Deposited onto Si Substrate for High Temperature Photoresists

Anca Dumitru, University of Bucharest, Romania

P3.11 Pulsing Baffled CVD-Boat Reactor for SiC Coating on the Multiple Wafer

Bo-Sung Rhee, Hoseo University, Korea

P3.12 Microstructure and Properties of Carbon-Carbon Composites from Low Cost CLVD Process

Hong Cui, 43rd Institute of the 4th Academy, CASC, China

P3.13 Investigation of Preparation Process for Porous Carbon with Super-High Surface Area

Wei Xing, University of Petroleum, China

P3.14 Structural and Chemical Alteration of Middle Rank Coal at Carbonization

VN Shevkoplyas, National Academy of Ukraine, Ukraine

P3.16 Control of the Mesoporosity of Carbon Cryogels

Takuji Yamamoto, Kyoto University, Japan

P3.17 Pore Structure Characteristics of a Tubular Coal-based Support Carbon Membrane

Wang Tonghua, Dalian University of Techn., China

P3.18 Synthesis of Ceramer Matrix for the Development of Carbon/Carbon Composites

R.B. Mathur, National Physical Lab., India

P3.19 Microstructure Influence on Electrical Properties of Carbon-Ceramic Composites

Iulian Iordache, ICPE Bucharest, Romania

P3.20 Oxidation Behaviors of C/B4C/SiC Ternary Composite and its Self-Healing Property

Sano Hideaki, Nagasaki University, Japan

P3.21 Use of DGC Separation, Optical Microscopy and EDAX Techniques in the Phase Analysis of Brake Composites

Jack Crelling, Southern Illinois University, United States

P3.22 Development of Isotropic Carbon-Carbon Composites for Thermal Management

Tersem Dhami, National Physical Laboratory, India

Energy Applications

(James Klett, Chair)

Posters 4.01 – 4.14

P4.01 Electrical Properties of Film and Lithium Ion Battery Composed of Natural Graphite Particles Ground Under Various Atmospheres

Yoshikazu Kuga, Muroran Institute of Techn., Japan

P4.02 Anodic Performance Improvement of Natural Graphite for Lithium Ion Batteries

Young-Jun Kim, Kyushu University, Japan

P4.03 Anodic Performance of Graphite Powder Prepared from Synthetic Mesophase Pitch

H. Yang, Kyushu University, Japan

P4.04 The Electrochemical Characteristics of Activated Carbon Electrodes using Organic Liquid Electrolytes Based on Lithium Salts for Electric Double Layer Capacitor

Joong Kee Lee, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea

P4.05 Preparation of Negative Electrode for Lithium-ion Rechargeable Battery by Pressure-pulsed Chemical Vapor Infiltration

Yoshimi Ohzawa, Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan

P4.06 Electric Double Layer Capacitance of Porous Carbon Derived from PTFE with Li Metal

Soshi Shiraishi, Gunma University, Japan

P4.07 Modification of C/C Composite Bipolar Plate by Addition of Electro-Conductive Carbon Black

Seung Kon Ryu, Chungnam National University, Korea

P4.09 Ozonation for the Chemical Modification of Carbon Surfaces in Fly Ash

Xu Chen, Brown University, United States

P4.10 A Comprehensive Model of Biomass Carbonization

W. Klose, University of Kassel, Germany

P4.11 Catalytic Combustion of Graphite Block using KOH

Yasunori Ota, Kyushu University, Japan

P4.12 Roles of Diluent in the Catalytic Combustion of Graphite Block with O2 in the Presence of KOH

Yasunori Ota, Kyushu University, Japan

P4.13 Irridation Studies of Graphite Foams and Effects on Properties for Use in a Solid State Self-regulating Nuclear Heat Source for Small Modular Power Units

James Klett, Oak Ridge National Lab, United States

P4.14 Graphite Susceptors For Single Crystal Silicon Grown Using Czochralski Process

Harry Murthy, MEMC Electronics Materials Inc.

Novel Carbons

(Robert Haddon, Chair)

Posters 5.01 – 5.30

P5.01 Effect of Catalyst on the Growth and Characteristics of Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes

C. Chang, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

P5.02 Production of Carbon Nanotubes from Coal in High Yields

Jieshan Qiu, Dalian University of Technology, China

P5.03 Preparation of Higher Fullerenes from Coal and Their Favorable Isomeric Structures

Jieshan Qui, Dalian University of Technology, China

P5.04 Observation and Explanation of a Kind of New Large Vapor-Grown Carbon Fibers (VCGF)

Jian Dong, Tsinghua University, China

P5.05 Carbon Filiments and Nanotubes: Effect of Catalyst, Hydrocarbon and Temperature on CVD Preparation

J.L. Figueiredo, University of Porto, Portugal

P5.06 Nanostructured Carbon Obtained by Laser Pyrolysis from Gas-Phase Reactants

Ion Morjan, National Inst. For Lasers, Plasma and Radiation Physics, Romania

P5.07 Effects of Primary Quinoline Insoluables and Condensation Temperature on Structure of MCMB

Cheng-Yang Wang, Tianjin University, China

P5.08 Control of Mesoscopic Structure of Carbon Precursor and Its Carbonization

Masaya Kodama, Shuku-machi 807-1, Japan

P5.09 Preparation and Characterization of SiC Converted from Activated Carbon Fiber

Zhenyu Ryu, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

P5.10 Self Recurring Behavior of Nano-metal Compound Particle-porous Carbon Composite

Yusaku Sakata, Okayama University, Japan

P5.11 About AUGER-spectrum for Single-walled Carbon Nanotubes

S. Zaginaichenko, Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Ukraine

P5.12 CH-Lines in IR-spectra of Carbynoids

Evgeniy Baitinger, Chelyabinsk State Pedagogical University, Russia

P5.13 Band Structure and Photoelectron Spectra of Ultrathin Carbon Nanotubes

M. Brjezinskaya, Russia

P5.14 Effect of van der Waals Interactions on the Raman Modes in Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes

Apparao Rao, Clemson University, United States

P5.14a High Pressure Raman Study of Solubilized Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes

Apparao Rao, Clemson University, United States

P5.15 End-Group and Defect Analysis of Soluble Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes

Mark Hamon, University of California Riverside, United States

P5.16 Formation of sp2-bonds in Partially Carbonized Poly(vinylidene fluoride) Films Bombarded with Ar+ Ions

L.A. Pesin, Chelyabinsk State Pedagogical University, Russia

P5.17 Synthesis of graphite intercalation compounds on the system graphite HNO3 H3 PO4

Natalya Sorokina, Moscow State University, Russia

P5.18 High Temperature Stability of Bromine Interacalated Graphite Fibers

James Gaier, NASA Glenn Research Center, United States

P5.19 Properties of Chemically Modified Carbon-coated Membranes Prepared from Anodic Aluminum Oxide Films

Takashi Kyotani, Tohoku University, Japan

P5.20 Pyrolysis of a Boron Doped Petroleum Residue

F. Rodriguez-Reinoso, Universidad de Alicante, Spain

P5.21 The Effect of the Insertion Method on the Modification of the Mesophase Pitch with Carbon Black

G.A. Rimbu, ICPE Bucharest, Romania

P5.22 Adsorption Properties and Pore Structures of Alloyed Carbon Aerogels

Yoko Hanzawa, Chiba University, Japan

P5.23 Features of Water and Liquid Hydrocarbons Clearing from Toxic Admixtures by Carbon Containing Sorbents

D. Shvets, Institute for Sorption and Problems of Endoecology, Ukraine

P5.24 Hydrogen Storage in Carbon Nanotubes

Yan Zi-Feng, Chinese Academy of Science, China

P5.25 Influence of Aspect Ratio and Skin Effect on EMI Shielding of Coating Materials Fabricated with Carbon Nanofiber/PVDF

Myung-Soo Kim, Myongji University, Korea

P5.26 Pt/C Composite Thin Films for Use As Microelectrodes

C. Chang, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

P5.27 Formation and Conductive Properties of Fullerite in Ion Tracks of Polymer Film

D. Fink, Hahn-Meitner-Institut, Germany

P5.28 Paramagnetic Centers of Carbon Materials on the Basis of Vegetative Raw Materials

O. Kravchenko, Institute for Sorption and Problems of Endoecology, Ukraine

P5.29 Preparation of Activated Carbon from Vetiver Roots and Flamboyant Seeds

Sarra Gaspard, Univesite des Antilles et de la Guyane, Guadeloupe

P5.30 Characterization of Some New Iranian Bitumens

Alireza Mirhabibi, National Iranian Petroleum Research Center, Iran

Tuesday, July 17

Conference Sessions

Session 17 – Structural: Pitch-derived Carbons

(Chris Byrne, Chair)

17.1 Low-severity Extraction of Pitch from Coal for Carbon Fiber Production

Adam Berkovich, University of Kentucky, United States

17.2 Co-Carbonization of Sulfur with Synthetic Mesophase Pitch

Javier Narciso-Romero, Alicante University, Spain

17.3 Low Cost Carbon Fibers from Coal Tar Pitch

J.C. Withers, MER Corporation, United States

17.4 On-line Measurements During Melt Spinning of AR Mesophase Pitch

C. Lin, Clemson University, United States

17.5 Hollow Carbon Fibers

J.C. Withers, MER Corporation, United States

17.6 Formation of Rippled and Zigzag Microconstituents in the Spinning of Mesophase Filaments

Jack White, University of California, San Diego, United States

Session 18 – Adsorption: Engineering Forms/Fibers I

(Mark Thomas, Chair)

18.1 Adsorption Properties of Ordered Mesoporous Carbons

Mietek Jaroniec, Kent State University, United States

18.2 Loading of Iron on Carbon Nanotubes and Nanofibers

Frans Prinsloo, Sasol Technology R&D, Rep. of South Africa

18.3 Pore Structure and Adsorptive Properties of Carbon Aerogels Derived from Vinyl-Type Polymers

Junya Yamashita, National Institute for Resources and Environment, Japan

18.4 Hysteresis-associated Pressure-shift-induced Water Adsorption in Micropores of Activated Carbon Fibers

Jin Miyawaki, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

18.5 Electrochemistry of Carbon Nanotube Composite Electrodes

Vasilis Gavalas, University of Kentucky, United States

18.6 Development of Carbon Coated Monoliths as Noble Metal Support for Gas-Liquid Solid Catalysed Reactions

E. Garcia-Bordeje, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

Session 19 – Basic: Mesophase/Carbonization

(John Patrick, Chair)

19.1 A Unified Model of Solvent Extraction and Mesophase Formation in Pitch Materials

Ying Hu, Brown University, United States

19.2 Rheological and Structural Characterization of an AR Mesophase Pitch

Anthony Cato, Clemson University, United States

19.3 Sulfur Retention During Carbonization of Decant Oil and Calcination Semi-coke

Guohua Wang, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

19.4 Early Carbonization Chemistry of FCC Decant Oils Heated in a Flow Reactor

Richard Dutta, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

19.5 Fractionation and Characterization of Heavy Petroleum Pitch Fractions

Mark Zhuang, Clemson University, United States

19.6 Influence of Sulfur on Carbonization of Pitch Binders for Structural Carbon Composites

Aleksandr Kropachev, NYSCC at Alfred University, United States

Session 20 – Novel: Synthesis II

(Peter Eklund, Chair)

20.1 Comparison Study of Semi-Crystalline and Highly Crystalline Carbon Nanofibers

Morinobu Endo, Shinshu University, Japan

20.2 Peculiar VGCF-based Morphologies: Synthesis and Formation Mechanism

Hatem Allouche, CEMES/CNRS, France

20.3 Influence of Catalyst Synthesis and Treatment on the Structure and Morphology of Carbon Nanofibers Prepared via Catalytic Chemical Vapor Deposition

Thomas Schliermann, University of Wurzburg, Germany

20.4 Influence of the Depostion Parameters on the Texture of CVD-Grown Pyrocarbon Layers

Virginie De Pauw, Universitat Karlsruhe (TH), Germany

20.5 Electrical Conduction in Vapor-Grown Carbon Fiber/Polypropylene Composites

Gary Tibbetts, General Motors R&D Center/MPL, United States

20.6 The Compressibility of Carbon Nanotubes Filled with Gases and Fullerenes

Boris Ni, University of Florida, United States

Session 21 – Basic: Fibers/Composites

(Gerry Lavin, Chair)

21.1 Modeling the Thermal Conductivity of Carbon Fibers

Nidia Gallego, Oak Ridge National Lab, United States

21.2 Preparation of Mesophase Pitch-based Carbon Fibers from FCC-DO

Kap Seung Yang, Chonnam National University, Korea

21.3 Characterization of Carbon Fiber Surfaces by Direct Fluorination

Young Seak Lee, Sunchon National University, Korea (ROK)

21.4 Studying the Stabilization of Carbon Fibers by Micro-thermal Analysis

Clara Blanco, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

21.5 Rapid Densification Processing of Carbon-carbon Composites by Film-Boiling Process

Sylvie Bonnamy, CNRS - University of Orleans, France

Session 22 – Adsorption: Monoliths/Engineering Forms/Fibers II

(Mark Southard, Chair)

22.1 Carbon Molecular Sieve from a New Natural Source

Abdi Abedinzadegan, National Iranian Petroleum Research Center, Iran

22.2 Adsorption Properties of Phenolic Resin Carbon Monoliths

Martin Smith, DSTL, United Kingdom

22.3 Temperature Effects of the Adsorption of Phosgene on Military Filters

Leen Verhoeven, Belgian Army - DTT/NBC, Belgium

22.4 Study on the Improvement of the Reduction Capacity of Activated Carbon Fiber

Shuixia Chen, Zhongshan University, China

22.5 Formaldehyde and Water Adsorption on Activated Carbon Fibers by Air Oxidation

Haiqin Rong, Chinese Academy of Science, China

Session 23 – Structural: Processing

(Brian McEnaney, Chair)

23.1 Mesophase Stabilization at Low Temperatures and Elevated Oxidation Pressure

Jack White, University of California, San Diego, United States

23.2 Texture Control in Processing of Highly Oriented Mesophase-based Graphite (HOMG) Tapes

Shilin Lu, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

23.3 Influence of Interface on Crystalline Parameters, Coefficient of Thermal Expansion and Electrical Conductivity in Carbon-Carbon Composites

O.P. Bahl, National Physical Lab., India

23.4 Influence of the Precursor on the Results of Carbonization

Lucie Largitte, Universite de Antilles et de la Guyane, France

23.5 Oxidation Protection of Carbon Materials by Acid Phosphate Impregnation

Weiming Lu, State University of New York at Buffalo, United States

23.6 Low-Cost Oxidation Resistant C-C Composites

W. Kowbel, MER Corporation, United States

Session 24 – Energy: Capacitors

(Francois Bequin, Chair)

24.1 Development of Porous Carbon Materials for High Performance Electrochemical Double Layer Capacitors

D. Lozano-Castello, Universidad de Alicante, Spain

24.2 Characteristics of Electric-double Layer Capacitor of the Metal-porous Carbon Composite from Ion Exchange Resin

Akinori Muto, Okayama University, Japan

24.3 Electric Double Layer Capacitance of Mesoporous ACF in Nonaqueous Electrolytes

Soshi Shiraishi, Gunma University, Japan

24.4 Supercapacitors from Nanotubes/Conducting Polymer Nanocomposites

E Frackowiak, CNRS-Universite, France

24.5 The Morphological Characterization of Activated Mesophase Pitch-Based Carbon Fiber (MPCF) and its Application to EDLC

Y.J. Kim, Shinshu University, Japan

24.6 Cement-Based Rectifying and Thermocouple Junctions Involving Short Carbon Fibers

Sihai Wen, State University of New York at Buffalo, United States

Wednesday, July 18

Session 25 – Adsorption: Liquid Phase Applications I

(David Bjorkquist, Chair)

25.1 Enhancing Activated Carbon Adsorption of 2-Methylisoborneol (MIB)

Kirk Nowack, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

25.2 Removal of Arsenic (III) from Aqueous Solution by Adsorption on Modified Activated Carbon

Kshipra Misra, Center for Environment & Explosive Safety, India

25.3 The Effects of Molecular Size and Packing on the Adsorption of Aromatic Compounds onto Activated Carbons

Fouad Haghseresht, University of Queensland, Australia

25.4 Mercury and Cadmium Adsorption by Conventional and Modified Granular Activated Carbon

Jose Rangel-Mendez, Loughborough University, United Kingdom

25.5 Surface Characterization of a Polyacrylonitrile-Based Activated Carbon and the Effect of PH on its Adsorption from Aqueous Phenol and 2,3,4-Trichlorophenol Solution

Krisztina Laszlo, Budapest University of Techn. & Economics, Hungary

25.6 Adsorption of Zinc on Nitric Acid and Ozone Oxidized Activated Carbon Fibers

Eleni Karounou, Loughborough University, United Kingdom

Session 26 – Novel: Synthesis III

(Elizabeth Dickey, Chair)

26.1 High Yields of Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes from Decomposition of Acetylene on Co/MgO Catalyst

Y. Soneda, CNRS-Universite, France

26.2 Synthesis of Multi-Wall Carbon Nanotubes Using Unseeded Hydrocarbon-Air Diffusion Flames

Liming Yuan, University of Kentucky, United States

26.3 Carbon Nanotubes Over Novel Catalysts

Padmakar Kichambare, University of Kentucky, United States

26.4 Kinetics of Carbon Nanotube Growth by Pyrolysis of Ferrocene/Xylene

Dali Qian, University of Kentucky, United States

26.5 High Yield Synthesis of Carbon Nanotube Arrays by Pyrolysis of Benzene/Metallocene Aerosols

Nicole Grobert, CEA Saclay, France

26.6 Composite Materials Containing Chemically-Modified Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes

Rodney Andrews, University of Kentucky, United States

Session 27 – Basic: Carbon/Graphitization

(Sylvie Bonnamy, Chair)

27.1 New Data on Graphitization Under Pressure

Jean-Noel Rouzaud, CRMD, France

27.2 Structural Ordering of Coal Char During Heat Treatment and its Impact on Reactivity

B. Feng, University of Queensland, Australia

27.3 Formation of Graphite at 1100-1200 °C from Hard-carbon Precursors

Konno Hidetaka, Hokkaido University, Japan

27.4 Effect of La and/or B Loading and Heat Treatment on Structural Change of Natural Graphite

Yasuo Uchiyama, Nagasaki University, Japan

27.5 The Role of Boron on the Deposition Domain for Vapor Phase Synthesis of Diamond Films

G. Bhimarasetti, University of Louisville, United States

27.6 Soot Formation by Pyrolysis in a Shock Tube

Jean-Noel Rouzaud, CRMD, France

Session 28 – Energy: Li-Ion Batteries I

Pettinos Award Lecture

28.1 and 28.2 Vapor-Grown Carbon Fiber and New Forms of Carbons for Electric Energy Storage Applications as a Pioneer in the 21st Century

Morinobu Endo, Shinshu University, Japan

28.3 Preparation of Graphite Powder with Designed Structure from Synthetic Mesophase Pitch for Lithium Ion Battery Anode

H. Yang, Kyushu University, Japan

28.4 Electrochemical Characteristics of Surface-Modified Carbonaceous Materials by Gas Suspension Coating with Tin Oxides and Copper

Joong Kee Lee, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea

28.5 Carbon/Metal Composite Anodes for Lithium Secondary Batteries

Isao Mochida, Kyushu University, Japan

Session 29 – Adsorption: Liquid Phase Applications II

(Gary Hatch, Chair)

29.1 Influence of Oxidation Treatments in the Preparation of Novel Selective Activated Carbons

Danish Malik, Loughborough University, United Kingdom

29.2 The Effects of Surface Functional Groups on the Adsorption of Water Vapor on Activated Carbon

Mark Thomas, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

29.3 Competitive Electrosorption of Lithium and Various Ions by Activated Carbons in Water Medium

Ahmad Alfarra, CNRS-Universite, France

29.4 Investigation of the Process of Mercury Adsorption from Aqueous Solution by Activated Carbon Obtained from Furfural

Ferhat Yardim, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

29.5 Characterization of Activated Carbons’ Physical and Chemical Properties in Relation to their Mercury Adsorption

Y.H. Li, US EPA, United States

29.6 Selective Removal of Radioisotopes by Novel Active Carbons

Vladimir Strelko, Jr., Loughborough University, United Kingdom

Session 30 – Novel: Synthesis IV

(Mauricio Terrones, Chair)

30.1 Metal and Alloy Nanowires: Iron and Invar Inside Carbon Nanotubes

Nicole Grobert, University of Sussex, United Kingdom

30.2 Electromagnetic Characteristics of VGCNFs at a Frequency of 12.4GHz~18GHz

Jin-hong Du, Chinese Academy of Science, China

30.3 Synthesis of Carbon Nanotubes Using CVD Reactor: Numerical Simulations of Heat and Mass Transfer

Kazunori Kuwana, University of Kentucky, United States

30.4 Loading of Cobalt on Carbon Nanofibers

Frans Prinsloo, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands

30.5 Surface Modification of Carbon Fibers

Diana Toma, University of Applied Sciences Gelsenkirchen, Germany

30.6 The Preparation and Characterization of the Fullerene Diols 1,2-C60(OH)2, 1,2-C70(OH)2, and 5, 6-C70(OH)2

Mark Meier, University of Kentucky, United States

Session 31 – Novel: Other Topics

(Mark Meier, Chair)

31.1 Synthesis and Characterization of Silicalite/Carbon Membranes

A. Berenguer-Murcia, Universidad de Alicante, Spain

31.2 Influence of Gas Phases on the Processing of C/SiC via Liquid Silicone Infiltration

Marcus Mueller, Institut fur Werkstoffe und Verfahren der Energiatechnik, Germany

31.3 Processing of Porous C/SiC via "Inner Siliconizing"

Juliane Mentz, Institut fur Werkstoffe und Verfahren der Energiatechnik, Germany

31.4 Synthesis and Characterization of Carbon-Modified Silica Gels and Silica-Templated Carbons for Liquid Chromatography

Mietek Jaroniec, Kent State University, United States

31.5 Boron Nitride Bulk Mesophase

Xavier Bourrat, Bordeaux University, France

31.6 Modeling Biomass Gasification in Large Scale Circulating Fluidized Beds

Wolfgang Klose, University of Kassel, Germany

Session 32 – Energy: Li-Ion Batteries II

(Morinobu Endo, Chair)

32.1 Thermal Stability Studies of Li-ion Cell Negative Electrode Materials: Graphite, MCMB, Hard-Carbon and InSb

Maleki Hossein, Motorola Energy Systems Group, United States

32.2 Carbon Materials Embedded with Metal Nanoparticles as Anode in Lithium-ion Batteries

Ching-cheh Hung, NASA Glenn Research Center, United States

32.3 Studies on the Irreversible Capacity of Anode Materials for Li+ Batteries Synthesized by the Co-carbonization of Phenolic Resins with Polysilane Polymers

Shin Mukai, Kyoto University, Japan

32.4 Effect of Pitch-Based Carbon Anode on the Irreversible Capacity of Lithium-ion Secondary Battery

Weiming Lu, State University of New York at Buffalo, United States

32.5 Electrochemical Applications of VGCFs

Morinobu Endo, Shinshu University, Japan

Thursday, July 19

Session 33 – Novel: Applications

(Apparao Rao, Chair)

33.1 Nanotube Reinforced Polymer Composites

J.C. Withers, MER Corporation, United States

33.2 The Effect of Nanotube Reinforcements on Carbon Fibers from Pitch Reinforcements

J.C. Withers, MER Corporation, United States

33.3 Carbon Nanotubes as a Thermoelectric "Nano-Nose"

G.U. Sumanasekera, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

33.4 Hydrogen Adsorption on Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (SWNT)

Bhabendra Pradhan, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

33.5 Ion Implantation Effects in Fullerene C60 for Photovoltaic Applications

Kannan Narayanan, Toyota Techn. Institute, Japan

33.6 Cost Analysis of Polymer Composites using Nanotubes and Nanofibers as Fillers

Fiona McKenzie, University of Kentucky, United States

Session 34 – Structural: CVD/CVI

(Liming Quinn, Chair)

34.1 Correlation Between Mechanical Properties and Microstructure of CVI-Infiltrated Carbon Fiber Felts

Moez Guellali, Institu fuer Keramik im Maschinenbau/Zentrallaboratorium, Germany

34.2 Carbon Fibers from Alternative Precursors

Amod Ogale, Clemson University, United States

34.3 Preparation and Characterization of Carbon Bodies Prepared with Cokes Derived from Coal Combustion

Mercedes Maroto-Valer, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

34.4 Piezoelectric Cement Containing Short Carbon Fibers

Sihai Wen, State University of New York at Buffalo, United States

34.5 Research of Processing Low-Cost Carbon/Carbon Composites

Honglin Lui, 43rd Institute of the 4th Academy, CASC, China

Session 35 – Adsorption: Flue Gas Treatment

(John Zondlo, Chair)

35.1 Activated Carbon Fiber Supported Transition Metals for Low Temperature Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) of NO

David Madill, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

35.2 N-Doped Activated Carbons and Activated Carbon Fibers for SO2 Removal from Flue Gases: Influence of the N-Functional Groups

Encarnacion Raymundo-Pinero, Universidad de Alicante, Spain

35.3 Sulfur Impregnation of Activated Carbon Through H2S Oxidation

Xiaozhou You, University of Pittsburgh, United States

35.4 Impact of Pore Structure and Surface Oxygen on Elemental Mercury Uptake by Virgin Activated Carbon

Aiguo Chen, University of Pittsburgh, United States

35.5 Development and Evaluation of Carbon-Based Mercury Sorbents

Massoud Rostam-Abadi, University of Illinois, United States

35.6 Adsorption Studies of Toxic Chlorinated Aromatic Species on Active Carbons

Mark Thomas, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

Session 36 – Energy: Hydrogen Storage

(Jacek Jagiello, Chair)

36.1 Hydrogen Storage in Tubular and Herringbone Carbon Nanofibers

A.R. Harutyunyan, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

36.2 Storage of Hydrogen in Carbon Nanostructures Through Electrodecomposition of Water

Francois Beguin, CNRS-Universite, France

36.3 Designing of Mechanically Prepared Nanostructured Graphite as Hydrogen Storage Media

Shin-Ichi Orimo, Hiroshima University, Japan

36.4 Hydrogen Storage of Nanostructured Carbon Composites Obtained by Mechanical Grinding of Graphite and Magnesium

Hayao Imamura, Yamaguchi University, Japan

36.5 Hydrogen Adsorption on Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes

Bradley Bockrath, NETL, United States

36.6 Electrochemical Activity of Pt Supported on Carbon Black

Hiroaki Hatori, National Institute for Resources and the Environment, Japan

Session 37 – Structural: Novel Composites and Devices

(Chris Levan, Chair)

37.1 Isotropic Pitch-Carbon Nanotube Fiber Composites

Adam Berkovich, University of Kentucky, United States

37.2 Microstructuring of Conducting Polymers and Carbon Nanotubes for Sensing Applications

Liming Dai, CSIRO, Australia

37.3 Fabrication of Carbon Multiwall Nanotube / Polymer Composites by Shear Mixing

Rodney Andrews, University of Kentucky, United States

37.4 Thermal Damage in Carbon Fiber Polymer-Matrix Composites, Sensed by Electrical Resistivity Measurement

Zhen Mei, State University of New York at Buffalo, United States

37.5 Continuous Carbon Fiber Polymer-Matrix Structural Composites for Electromagnetic Functions

Junhua Wu, State University of New York at Buffalo, United States

37.6 Thermal and Structural Properties of Carbon Foams

Benji Maruyama, Air Force Research Lab, United States

Session 38 – Adsorption: VOC Abatement and Air Treatment

(Matt Chinn, Chair)

38.1 The Compensation Effect for the Kinetics of Adsorption/Desorption of Gases/Vapours on Microporous Carbons

Mark Thomas, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

38.2 Influence of the Nature of the Volatile Organic Compound on Interaction Energies During Adsorption onto Activated Carbon

Pascaline Prè, Ecole des Mines de Nantes, France

38.3 Optimization of the Properties of Activated Carbons for the Adsorption of VOCs at Low Concentrations

M.A. Lillo-Rodenas, University of Alicante, Spain

38.4 Removal of Dimethyl Sulfide (DMS) in City Gas with Impregnated Activated Carbons and Carbon Fibers

Takaaki Suzuki, Kyushu University, Japan

38.5 Sewage Sludge-Derived Adsorbents for H2S Removal

Andrey Bagreev, City College of New York, United States

Session 39 – Energy: Natural Gas Storage

(David Quinn, Chair)

39.1 Diversity of Carbon Pore Structure Obtained by KOH Activation

J. Z. Jagiello, Westvaco, United States

39.2 Lignite Derived Monolithic Carbons for Methane Storage

Alan Chaffee, Monash University, Australia

39.3 Methane Storage by a Series of Activated Carbons

Yusuke Koga, Kyushu University, Japan

39.4 Natural Gas Storage Monoliths Based on Carbon Fibers

Alex Gabbard, Oak Ridge National Lab, United States

39.5 Molecular Separation in Carbon Nanotube Materials: Predictions from Molecular Dynamics Simulations

Susan Sinnott, University of Florida, United States