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Summer 2012 REU Poster: Composite and Supported Ionic Liquid Membranes for CO2 Capture

Monday, July 30, 2012 2:30pm - 2:50pm EDT  
Host: Composite and Supported Ionic Liquid Membranes
By: Elizabeth Tennant, REU Program 2012, Clemson University and Ming-Ming Tran, REU Program 2012, Clemson University

As carbon dioxide emissions become a concern, membranes pose a viable alternative to current cost ineffective capturing techniques. 

Two promising types of membranes are ionic liquid membranes and composite polymeric membranes. This project focuses on (1) modified supported ionic liquid membranes (SILMs), and (2) the effects of selective layer thickness and aging on plasticization. 

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Presenters

Elizabeth Tennant

REU Program 2012, Clemson University


Ming-Ming Tran
Ming-Ming Tran

REU Program 2012, Clemson University

Ming-Ming is a sophomore at Princeton University, with a concentration in Chemical and Biological Engineering. She lives in Princeton Junction, NJ and enjoys singing in Glee Club (which is nothing like the show), doing gymnastics, and rockclimbing. She hopes to attend medical school and perhaps acquire an M.D./Ph.D. 


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