Laboratoire de Physique et Chimie des Nano-objets

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Main research topics

The "Nanostructure and Organometallic Chemistry" group is specialized in the synthesis of nano-objects with well-defined physical properties, as well as in the studies of their organization in solution or on a substrate.

Complex Nano-Objects

Examples of complex nano-objects

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Liquyid phase growth and organization of novel nanoparticles

Morphologies complexes L’étude des conditions de croissance de nanoparticule de platine a montré le rôle crucial du germe initial sur la forme finale (Angew Chem. 2012). Ces particules peuvent donner naissance à des propriétés catalytiques originales. La connexion des étoiles pour mesurer leurs (...)

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Magnetic nanoparticles

Magnetic nanoparticles These are developped within the framework of the Magafil and Batmag ANR project, as well as of the Nano-Oncology project and the SA-Nano european project.

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Nanoparticles Self-Assembly

Nanoparticles self-assemblies

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Semiconductor nanoparticles

Semiconductor nanoparticles These nanoparticles are developped in the framework of the DeSiGeTin ANR project and of the Nano-Oncology project.

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Silica nanoparticles

Silica nanoparticles Cold dust Poster de présentation Theoretical and experimental study of interstellar nano-dust analog (2007-2010).

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The projects

European projects NaMDiaTreaM NaMDiaTreaM Nanotechnological toolkits for multi-modal disease diagnostics and treatment monitoring (2010-2014). SA-NANO Poster de présentation Self-organization of shape-controlled colloidal nanocrystals(2005-2008). ANR : National Agency for (...)

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