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Ezra Clark

Assistant Professor


  • Chemical Engineering

214 Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Building


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Research Areas:

Energy and Environment; Interfaces and Surfaces; Materials and Nanotechnology; Separations and Transport; Systems Engineering

Interest Areas:

Heterogeneous Electrocatalysis; Electrochemical Reaction Mechanisms and Kinetics; Electrochemical Surface Science; Organic Electrosynthesis; Carbon Dioxide Utilization;  Electronic Structure Engineering of Intermetallic Electrocatalysis; Operando Electrochemical Spectroscopy; Electrochemical Mass Spectrometry






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