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Synthesis, Characterization, and Catalytic Studies of Transition Metal Carbide Nanoparticles as Environmental Nanocatalysts
Grant Number R829624
RFA: Exploratory Research: Nanotechnology (2001)
Journal Article (3)
Presentation (10)
Proceedings (3)
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Journal Article Chen JG, Zhang MH, Rumaiz A, Shah SI. A comparative investigation of the self-hydrogenation and hydrogenation of cyclohexene. Catalysis (submitted, 2004). R829624 (2003)
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Journal Article Rumaiz AK, Lin HY, Baldytchev I, Shah SI. Nanosized tungsten carbide for NOx reduction. Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B 2007;25(3):893-898. R829624 (Final)
Journal Article Zhang MH, Hwu HH, Buelow MT, Chen JG, Ballinger TH, Andersen PJ, Mullins DR. Decomposition pathways of NO on carbide and oxycarbide-modified W(1 1 1) surfaces. Surface Science 2003;522(1-3):112-124. R829624 (2003)
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Presentation Rumaiz AK, Shah SI, Balditchiev I, Lyn S. Nanocarbides for deNOx applications. Presented at the Materials Research Society Fall Symposium, November 2005. R829624 (2004)
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Presentation Shah SI. Nanostructured materials. Presented at the Army Research Laboratory, Aberdeen, MD, April 2002. R829624 (2002)
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Presentation Shah SI. Transition metal carbides as environmental nanocatalyst. Presented at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Workshop on Nanotechnology and the Environment: Applications and Implications, Crystal City, VA, August 2002. R829624 (2002)
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Presentation Shah SI. Nanomaterials for the environment. Presented at Exxon Corporation, Clinton, NJ, December 2002. R829624 (2002)
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Presentation Shah SI. Environmental impact of nanotechnology. Presented at the Institute of Environmental Economics, Berlin, Germany, January 2003. R829624 (2002)
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Presentation Shah SI. Environmental nanocatalysts. Presented at the University of Bremen, Bremen, Germany, January 2003. R829624 (2002)
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Presentation Shah SI. Synthesis and applications of compound nanocatalysts for environmental technology. Presented at the American Chemical Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 2003. R829624 (2002)
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Presentation Shah SI. Nanostructured catalysts for environmental applications. Presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers International Nanotechnology Symposium, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, May 2004. R829624 (2003)
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Presentation Shah SI, Rumaiz AK, Zhang M, Chen JG. Synthesis and characterization of WCx nanoparticles. Presented at the American Vacuum Society Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, October 2004. R829624 (2003)
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Presentation Shah SI, Rumaiz AK. Nanocatalysis. Presented at the Nathiagali Summer School on Physics for Contemporary Needs, Nathiagali, Pakistan, July 2005. R829624 (2004)
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Proceedings Rumaiz AK, Shah SI, Ni C, Demaree JD, Hirvonen JK. Reactive sputtering of nanostructured WCx. In: Cheng YT, Doll GL, Kumar A, Meng WJ, Veprek S, Zabinski J, eds. Materials Research Society Proceedings 750, 2002 MRS Fall Meeting, Symposium Y: Surface Engineering 2002–Synthesis, Characterization and Applications. Warrendale, PA: 2002, pp. Y5.14. R829624 (2002)
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Proceedings Rumaiz AK, Shah SI, Ni C, Demaree JD, Hirvonen JK. Reactive sputtering of nanostructured WCx. In: Proceedings of the Materials Research Society Symposium, Vol. 750, p. Y5.14, 2002. R829624 (2002)
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Proceedings Shah SI, Rumaiz A, Li W. Nanostructured catalysts for environmental applications. In: Karn B, Masciangioli T, Zhang W-X, Colvin V, Alivisatos P, eds. Nanotechnology and the Environment:Applications and Implications, ACS Symposium Series. Washington, DC: American Chemical Society, 2004, pp. 290-296. R829624 (2003)
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