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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.

Credit: Theo Anderson


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