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Laboratoire de chimie de coordination

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An expertise in molecular chemistry of transition-metal and main group elements with specific research interests in fine chemistry, including catalysis, bio-inorganic chemistry, and new materials.

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CNRS Silver Medal for Christelle Hureau

This recognition highlights her remarkable career and outstanding contributions to coordination chemistry.

More Efficient Catalysts for Chemical Hydrogen Storage

Published in “Chemical Science”
This study is the subject of a scientific news release from CNRS Chemistry.

Metallomimetic C–F Activation Catalysis by Simple Phosphines

Published in “Journal of the American Chemical Society”
This study has been the subject of a scientific update from the CNRS Chemistry Institute.

N2 and CO, similar molecules but so different.

This study is the subject of a VIP article in the journal Angewandte Chemie.
These findings offer new perspectives for the catalytic transformation of diazote into high-value-added compounds.

QSAC 2023

International Symposium on Quantum Sciences: Applications and Challenges

Organized by the Algerian Academy of Sciences and Technologies (AAST) with the collaboration of USTHB, DGRSDT, ENP, UTT, and CNRS

September 24-25, 2023, Algiers, Algeria

A light-emitting molecular corbeille

Making use of light to start reactions…
An article published in the journal Angewandte Chemie International Edition.

Chemistry goes green.

Listen to the podcast “Les Deux Font La Paire”
recorded on the occasion of the Researchers’ Night 2022.

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Seminar Dr Kim Spielman

Seminar organised by LCC Sustainable Development Working Group
"Sustainability and Green Chemistry at Evotec"

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Laboratoire de chimie de coordination du CNRS

205 route de Narbonne, BP 44099
31077 Toulouse cedex 4
France

+ 33 5 61 33 31 00