Analyzing platinum-ceria, an important catalyst, can help formulate better catalysts and reduce automobile emissions.
Peter A. Crozier is a professor and graduate program chair in materials science and engineering with the School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy at Arizona State University. He has extensive experience in developing and applying advanced transmission electron microscopy techniques to problems related to energy and the environment with special emphasis on electroceramics, catalytic materials and atmospheric aerosols.
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Studying the effect of nanostructuring on phonon-plasmon vibrational modes creates a tool to help study materials in new ways.