2nd International Workshop on Thermochemical, Thermodynamic,
and Transport Properties of Halogenated Hydrocarbons and Mixtures, 9-11
April 2001, Paris, France
This workshop, organized under the auspices of IUPACs Commission
on Thermodynamics (I.2), is intended to increase knowledge and understanding
of equilibrium and transport properties of halogenated hydrocarbons
and related compounds, and their mixtures with hydrocarbons and other
The workshop will have four main themes, including:
- environmental constraints and regulation
- new products (in refrigeration, medicine, insulation, etc.)
- new measurements (physical property characterization)
- fundamentals (intermolecular potential calculations with O, F, and
Cl as main heteroatoms of interest) and molecular simulations
The workshop, which will take place at École des Mines de Paris,
will consist of plenary lectures, oral and poster presentations, and
a poster discussion session, with publication of the Proceedings in
Fluid Phase Equilibria. In addition, there will be a panel discussion
to review progress and to recommend topics for theoretical and experimental
studies for presentation at the final workshop to be held in 2002.
for further details about this workshop project.
For more information, contact Dr. Dominique Richon, CEREP-École
des Mines de Paris, 35 rue Saint-Honoré, F-770305 Fontainebleau,
France, E-mail: [email protected];
Tel.: +33 1 64 69 49 65; Fax: +33 1 64 69 49 68; Web site: http://www-cenerg.ensmp.fr/iupac_paris.wshop/workshop.html.