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A porous Ru nanomaterial as an efficient electrocatalyst for the hydrogen evolution reaction

Activation and functionalization of dinitrogen by mixed frustrated Lewis pairs

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Phosphorus dendrimers for nanomedecine

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A porous Ru nanomaterial as an efficient electrocatalyst for the hydrogen evolution reaction

25 October 2017

A porous Ru nanomaterial as an efficient electrocatalyst for the hydrogen evolution reaction

In the present challenge to replace fossil fuels by a clean and renewable energy source, hydrogen (H2) is found to be an excellent candidate because it is a great energy carrier.
Researchers at (...)

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Activation and functionalization of dinitrogen by mixed frustrated Lewis pairs

4 October 2017

Activation and functionalization of dinitrogen by mixed frustrated Lewis pairs

Dinitrogen (N2) is the most abundant molecule of our atmosphere and therefore represent an inexhaustible source of the element N. However, its stability makes its transformation (its "fixation") (...)

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Distinguished research

27 September 2017

Distinguished research

The prestigious Starting Grant of the European Research Council has been awarded to a young researcher of the Laboratory for Coordination Chemistry, Dr. Antoine Simonneau. With up to 1.5 M€ spread (...)

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Phosphorus dendrimers for nanomedecine

7 September 2017

Phosphorus dendrimers for nanomedecine

From biomaterials to medical imaging, from drugs delivery to drugs by themselves, phosphorus dendrimers offer a wide range of biological properties, depending mainly on the types of their (...)

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11 January 2017

Plonger au cœur des nanoparticules d’oxydes et comprendre leur instabilité

L’utilisation de nanoparticules d’oxydes dans des dispositifs peut engendrer des altérations structurales qui réduisent leurs performances. Pouvoir sonder les mouvements des atomes constitutifs de (...)

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