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Hydrogen/oxygen detonation
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Formation of nascent soot

The NanoEnergy Lab at Stanford studies 

  • Combustion chemistry
  • Gas-phase and gas-surface chemical kinetics
  • Mechanisms and models of soot formation and its effects on the climate
  • Synthesis, characterization and modeling of nanostructured materials
  • Transport theories of nanomaterials
  • Nanocatalysis
  • Non-equilibrium shock-induced chemistry

Contact

For inquiries about joining or collaborating with the lab, contact Professor Wang, by:

  • Email: haiwang@stanford.edu
  • Telephone: (650) 497-0433
  • By mail: Stanford University, Building 520, Room , 452 Escondido Mall, Stanford, CA 94305-3032

Our lab is located in the High Temperature Gasdynamics Laboratory:

  • Stanford University, Building 570, Room 570F, 438 Panama Mall, Stanford, CA 94305
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