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Title of Talk:
NOx reduction with transition metal carbide nanoparticles

Short Introductory Bio:
S. Ismat Shah
Materials Science and Engineering
Physics and Astronomy
University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19716

Reserach Interest:
Nanomaterials, Thin Films, Optoelectronic properties, Catalysis.


  1. Reactive Sputtering of Nanostructured WCx, A. K. Rumaiz, S. Ismat Shah, C. Ni, J. Derek Demaree, J.K. Hirvonen. Mat. Res. Soc. Proc. 750, Y 5.14.1 (2003).
  2. Nanostructured Catalysts for Environmental Applications, S. Ismat Shah, A. Rumaiz, and W. Li, Proceedings of ACS Symposium, New Orleans, LA (2003)
  3. M.H. Zhang, H.H. Hwu, M.T. Buelow, J.G. Chen, T.H. Ballinger, P.J. Andersen and D.R. Mullins, Surface Science 522, 112 (2003).
  4. A Comparative Investigation of the Self-Hydrogenation and Hydrogenation of Cyclohexene, J.G. Chen, M.H. Zhang, A. Rumaiz and S. Ismat Shah, J. Nanocatalysis (Submitted).
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