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Meeting 2015 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Sustainable Energy and Layered Double Hydroxides
Sponsorship TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS Functional Materials Division (formerly EMPMD)
TMS: Chemistry and Physics of Materials Committee
Organizer(s) Andrew Jewel Gomes, Lamar University
Christian Ruby, Université de Lorraine
Scope Layered Double Hydroxides (LDHs) can play significant roles in catalysis, medical science, drug synthesis, separation technology, and nanocomposite materials engineering. Due to the flexibility of changing the nature and the identity of both the cations and anions of an LDH, its range of applications is getting wider with improvised structural configurations. Sustainable energy systems are one of those areas where LDH can work quite efficiently. This symposium will invite research works of the above areas both in synthesis and characterization, and/or performance-wise. Additionally, research on pollution remediation of air, water, and soil will also be considered that will exhibit its importance to environmental sustainability.
Abstracts Due 07/15/2014
Proceedings Plan Planned: A print-only volume
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

An Efficient and Economically Viable Method for Black Direct Dye Removal Using Layered Double Hydroxides
Dephosphatation of Waste Water by using Ferric Oxyhydroxides and CaII-FeIII Layered Double Hydroxides
Layered Double Hydroxides in Energy Research: Advantages and Challenges
Modelling The Structure And Vibrational Properties Of Layered Double Hydroxides
Structure and Reactivity of Intercalated Amino-acids Into Layered Double Hydroxides
Synthesis of Hydrotalcite-Like Compounds from Blast Furnace Slag: The Effect of Synthesis Parameters on Structure and Crystallinity
Technical Innovation and Entrepreneurial Potential of “Hydrotalcite Like” Materials


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