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Concentration evolution over 20 s after bromothymol blue is introduced at two locations in the electrolytic cell: close to the bubbling stream and 4 cm away from the stream. For more details read the associated publication here.

Concentration evolution over 20 s after bromothymol blue is introduced at two locations in the electrolytic cell: close to the gasphilic trap containing the plastron and 4 cm away from the stream. For more details read the associated publication here.

High-speed camera video showing bubble bouncing off a gasphobic silicon surface. For more details read the associated publication here.

High-speed camera video showing bubble capture on the gasphilic surfaces developed in this research. For more details read the associated publication here.

A thin film of iron (~500 nm) deposited on a smooth silicon wafer dissolving spontaneously when exposed to dilute hydrochloric acid, forming stunning patterns as it deteriorates.

Formation of Fermat's Spiral from evaporating drops of calcium sulfate solution, submitted to the American Physical Society Gallery of Fluid Motion, 2017

Dr. Khan taught chemistry in Kazakhstan in 2017 through MIT's International Science and Technology Initiative Program (MISTI). Specifically through the Global Teaching Labs workshop, at the Nazarbayev Intellectual School in Karaganda. This video won first place in the video competition organized by MISTI.

Interview by the International Hydropower Association on the versatility of hydrophobic rare-earth oxide coatings for applications in hydropower systems.