345 Fate and Transport of Nanoparticles In Soil: I

Oral Session
S02 Soil Chemistry Topical session discussing the fate of nanoparticles, noth natural and manmade, in the soil environment
Wednesday, October 19, 2011: 9:05 AM-11:15 AM
Henry Gonzalez Convention Center, Room 212B

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Nadine Kabengi
9:15 AM
Molar Enthalpy of Ion Exchange Comparisons Between Bulk and Nanocrystalline TiO2.
Nadine Kabengi, University of Kentucky; Kelsey Turcotte, University of Kentucky; Paul Bertsch, University of Kentucky
9:30 AM
Theoretical Basis for Coupling Colloid Dispersion and Dissolution Potentials with Respect to Engineered Nanoparticles.
Mark Chappell, US Army Engineer Research & Development Center; Lesley Miller, US Army Engineer Research & Development Center; Cynthia Price, US Army Engineer Research & Development Center
9:45 AM
Effect of Solution Chemistry On Nanoparticle Mobility In Porous Media.
Yu Wang, University of Florida; Bin Gao, University of Florida; Yuan Tian, University of Florida
10:00 AM
10:15 AM
Reactivity and Toxicity of Imogolite Nanotubes.
Clement Levard, Stanford University; Wei Liu, CEREGE; Armand Masion, CEREGE; Perinne Chaurand, CEREGE; Melanie Auffan, CEREGE; Jerome Rose, CEREGE; Emmanuel Doelsch, CIRAD; Antoine Thill, CEA; Jean Yves Bottero, CEREGE
10:30 AM
Fate and Toxicity of Nano-Copper and Zinc Oxide In Soils.
Todd Luxton, US EPA; Vishal Shah, Dowling College
10:45 AM
Evidence of Biomagnification of Gold Nanoparticles In a Terrestrial Food Chain.
Jonathan Judy, University of Kentucky; Jason Unrine, University of Kentucky; Paul Bertsch, University of Kentucky
11:00 AM
The Effects of Silver Nanoparticles On Soil Denitrifiers.
Allison Rick, Clemson University; Yuji Arai, Clemson University; Horace skipper, Clemson University; Ryan Tappero, National Synchrotron Light Source; Antonio Lanzirotti, University of Chicago
11:15 AM
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