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Photo of Professor Israel Wachs with the combined Raman-Infrared spectrometer/microscope.

Professor Israel Wachs with the combined Raman-Infrared spectrometer/microscope used to conduct nanocatalyst measurements. It is a state-of-the-art device and one of only several such systems that currently exist in the world.

Credit: Theo Anderson


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Transmission electron microscopy image of titanium dioxide rafts on a surface of silica.

High resolution transmission electron microscopy (HRTEM) image of titanium dioxide rafts on a surface of silica. The material is a key element of Professor Wach's current nanocatalysis research.

Credit: Israel Wachs, Lehigh University


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Photo of Professor Wachs examining an environmental reaction cell into which he places catalysts.

Professor Israel Wachs examines an environmental reaction cell into which he places the catalysts for analysis.

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