25th North American Meeting (NAM25) of the Catalysis Society
Qinghe (Angela) Zheng, a post-doctoral researcher in RTI’s Energy Technology Division, is presenting a poster in collaboration with Marty Lail, Manager of Materials Chemistry, and Kelly Amato, Research Chemist, at the 25th North American Meeting of the Catalysis Society (NAM25). RTI’s poster discusses the topic of “Novel perovskite-type oxygen storage materials as potential substitutes for commercial ceria-zirconia in automotive three-way catalyst.”
The development of alternative oxygen storage materials is an important area of research because it will help conventional technology meet more stringent automotive emissions regulations, increase the lifetime of automotive catalytic converters, and enable low-carbon production of hydrogen and oxygen for alternative energy applications.
NAM25 features five days of scientific programming related to heterogeneous catalysis, homogeneous catalysis, electro-catalysis, and photo-catalysis.