The Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory research focuses on the preparation and the investigation of the physical properties of functional coordination networks that can be porous, multiscale, nanostructured, magnetic, semi-conducting, luminescent or possess two or more of these properties as well as the use of mesoporous oxide matrices to control the size, shape and spatial organization of the functional objects. Their potential applications span the domains of sensors, therapy and diagnostics, imaging and information storage. The design of devices integrating these systems is carried out in collaboration with other groups.
Mallah Talal , Bleuzen Anne , Boillot Marie-Laure, Bordage Amélie , Catala Laure, Fornasieri Giulia, Halime Zakaria , Léaustic Anne , Mazerat Sandra , Rivière Eric, Yu Pei
Renewable energies, Environmental sciences and Safety, Health, Welfare, Biotechnologies and Industry
Microporous coordination networks with optical, magnetic and conducting properties Nanoparticles Sol-gel chemistry Imaging Photochromic materials Surface chemistry
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