2018 - Fellow, National Academy of Inventors
2011 - Fellow of the American Chemical Society
His main research concerns Inorganic chemistry, Catalysis, Oxide, Metal and Raman spectroscopy. His Inorganic chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Monolayer, Titanium oxide, Reactivity, XANES and Catalyst support. His Catalysis study combines topics in areas such as Methanol, Redox and Adsorption.
Israel E. Wachs has researched Oxide in several fields, including Point of zero charge, Diffuse reflectance infrared fourier transform, Infrared spectroscopy, Transition metal and Oxidation state. His research in Metal intersects with topics in Mixed oxide and Chemisorption. The concepts of his Raman spectroscopy study are interwoven with issues in Crystallography, Inorganic compound, Physical chemistry, Vanadium and Monomer.
His primary areas of study are Catalysis, Inorganic chemistry, Oxide, Raman spectroscopy and Vanadium oxide. He combines subjects such as Reactivity, Redox, Metal and Methanol with his study of Catalysis. His research in Inorganic chemistry is mostly focused on Vanadium.
His biological study deals with issues like Chemical engineering, which deal with fields such as Characterization. In his study, Photocatalysis and Selective catalytic reduction is inextricably linked to Photochemistry, which falls within the broad field of Raman spectroscopy. The various areas that he examines in his Vanadium oxide study include Oxygen, Partial oxidation, Dehydrogenation, Phase and Titanium oxide.
Israel E. Wachs mostly deals with Catalysis, Inorganic chemistry, Photochemistry, Oxide and Chemical engineering. His Catalysis research incorporates elements of Iron oxide, Metathesis and Raman spectroscopy. Israel E. Wachs studies Inorganic chemistry, focusing on Vanadium oxide in particular.
His Photochemistry research also works with subjects such as
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Catalysis, Inorganic chemistry, Oxide, Reactivity and Selective catalytic reduction. The Catalysis study combines topics in areas such as Molecule, Vanadium and Raman spectroscopy. His work carried out in the field of Inorganic chemistry brings together such families of science as Oxygen, X-ray absorption spectroscopy, Methane, Iron oxide and Infrared spectroscopy.
Israel E. Wachs interconnects Molybdenum, Nanoparticle, Physical chemistry and Zeolite, ZSM-5 in the investigation of issues within Oxide. His Reactivity research incorporates themes from Metathesis, XANES, Extended X-ray absorption fine structure and Aqueous solution. His study looks at the relationship between Selective catalytic reduction and fields such as Brønsted–Lowry acid–base theory, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
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Raman and IR studies of surface metal oxide species on oxide supports: Supported metal oxide catalysts
Israel E. Wachs.
Catalysis Today (1996)
Surface Chemistry and Spectroscopy of Chromium in Inorganic Oxides.
Bert M. Weckhuysen;Israel E. Wachs;Robert A. Schoonheydt.
Chemical Reviews (1996)
Titania-silica as catalysts : molecular structural characteristics and physico-chemical properties
Xingtao Gao;Israel E Wachs.
Catalysis Today (1999)
Structure and reactivity of surface vanadium oxide species on oxide supports
Israel E. Wachs;Bert M. Weckhuysen.
Applied Catalysis A-general (1997)
The selective oxidation of CH3OH to H2CO on a copper(110) catalyst
Israel E. Wachs;Robert J. Madix.
Journal of Catalysis (1978)
Reactivity of supported vanadium oxide catalysts: The partial oxidation of methanol
Goutam Deo;I. E. Wachs.
Journal of Catalysis (1994)
Recent conceptual advances in the catalysis science of mixed metal oxide catalytic materials
Israel E. Wachs.
Catalysis Today (2005)
Structural chemistry and Raman spectra of niobium oxides
Jih Mirn Jehng;Israel E. Wachs.
Chemistry of Materials (1991)
Solid-state vanadium-51 NMR structural studies on supported vanadium(V) oxide catalysts: vanadium oxide surface layers on alumina and titania supports
Hellmut Eckert;Israel E. Wachs.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1989)
Alumina-Supported Manganese Oxide Catalysts: I. Characterization: Effect of Precursor and Loading
F. Kapteijn;A.D. Vanlangeveld;J.A. Moulijn;A. Andreini.
Journal of Catalysis (1994)
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