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Dr. Wing Tsang is the author or co-author of over 200 papers, book chapters, and conference reports dealing with experimental, theoretical, and applications of rate processes. He has particular expertise on the quantitative details of the kinetic and thermodynamic stability of organic chemical compounds and intermediates, the use of shock tubes for studying such phenomenon, the evaluation of experimental and theoretical rate data and the application of rate theory to predict and extend the range of experimental results. In recent year he has been especially concerned with the application of fundamental chemical kinetic information to real systems through the development of chemical kinetic databases for use in the computer simulation of complex physico-chemical processes. Specific areas of applications are in incineration (particularly the destruction of hazardous chemicals and the formation of the Products of Incomplete Combustion), combustion phenomenon (including ignition, soot formation, and flame suppression), hydrocarbon cracking and thermal analysis.