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CPP 60: Focus: Fundamentals of molecular liquids, ionic liquids and mixtures I
Mittwoch, 18. März 2020, 11:30–13:00, ZEU 222
Polyelectrolyte solutions and room temperature ionic liquids display remarkable physico-chemical properties that make them ideal candidates in view of renewable energy applications. The interplay of different intermolecular interactions provides an exceptional flexibility to fine-tune structural and thermodynamic properties of these systems. This also brings new challenges to current experimental and computational methods. The aim of this session is to invite scientists from both theoretical and experimental communities with the goal to discuss the fundamental concepts of charge solvation in complex fluids, which can be used for operational understanding and functional design. The session will emphasize ionic systems that are particularly interesting for environmentally friendly energy applications. Organized by: Debashish Mukherji (University of British Columbia, Canada), Robinson Cortes-Huerto (Max-Planck-Institut für Polymerforschung, Mainz) and Jörg Rottler (University of British Columbia, Canada).
|11:30||CPP 60.1||Correlation Length in Concentrated Electrolytes: Insights from All-Atom Molecular Dynamics Simulations — Samuel W. Coles, •Chanbum Park, Rohit Nikam, Matej Kanduč, Joachim Dzubiella, and Benjamin Rotenberg|
|11:45||CPP 60.2||Screening lengths in ionic fluids — Fabian Coupette, Alpha A. Lee, and •Andreas Härtel|
|12:00||CPP 60.3||Hauptvortrag: Operando Analysis of the Lithium/Sulfur Battery by Small-Angle Neutron and X-Ray Scattering — •Matthias Ballauff, Sebastian Risse, Eneli Härk, Günter Goerigk, Chanbum Park und Joachim Dzubiella|
|12:30||CPP 60.4||Local dynamics of ionic liquids studied by 2H NMR — •Elisa Steinrücken, Manuel Becher, and Michael Vogel|
|12:45||CPP 60.5||Emergence of molecular friction in liquids: bridging between the atomistic and hydrodynamic pictures — Arthur V. Straube, Bartosz G. Kowalik, Roland R. Netz, and •Felix Höfling|