Engineering of metal nanoparticles (Team L)

LCC

Overview

The research activities of the “Engineering of Metal Nanoparticles” team are focused on the “synthèse contrôlée” of complex nanoparticles and nanomaterials of metals and/or metal oxides, their organization and the study of their chemical and physical properties for applications in various fields. With a contribution in the large area of nanosciences and nanochemistry, our projects concern both the fundamental aspects of the growth of nanoparticles and nanomaterials as well as their applications in different domains such as microelectronics, catalysis, energy or health.

The team has developed an efficient synthesis method, in solution or on support and in mild conditions , to produce nanoparticles of metals or metal oxides from organometallic precursors. The characterization of these nano-objects is performed through the use of a combination of techniques from materials chemistry (high resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy and Scanning Electron Microscopy, X-rays diffraction and X-rays scatterring, EXAFS, …) as well as spectroscopic techniques from molecular chemistry (UV-Visible, Infra-Red, solution and solid-state NMR, Raman…).

We are interested in controlling the growth and the surface chemistry of nano-objects (control of the shape, organization, composition and functionalization of the metallic surface by addition of ligands) as well as in studying the influence of the surface chemistry of nanoparticles on their chemical properties (reactivity) and physical properties (magnetism, optical, electronic…). Our research activities are directed towards applications in diverse domains like catalysis (colloïdal and supported), health (biomedicine), or micro-electronics (conducting metallic layers ). As an example, results from our team led to a transfer of technology in the field of gas sensors.

Members of the team

AllManagerPermanent staffTemporary staff
Directrice de recherche CNRS

PHILIPPOT Karine

ALLI Yakubu
Doctorant

ALLI Yakubu

Professeur (UT3)

AMIENS Catherine

Chargée de Recherche CNRS

AXET Rosa

Fixed-term contract

COVES Paul

Doctorante

DELEUZIERE Maëlle

Doctorante

EDALAT Azadeh

HUSAINY Fatima
PhD student

HUSAINY Fatima

Directeur de recherche

IGAU Alain

Guest

ISHIKAWA Hiroya

Student

KADDOUR Matthieu

Doctorante

KAZIMOVA Nargiz

Doctorante

KRISHNAN Deepthy

Guest

LUQUE-ALVAREZ Amelia

Guest

MOLINILLO Pablo

Maître de conférences

ROMERO Nuria

CDD

STRAISTARI Tatiana

Maître de conférences

SUTRA Pierre

VIDAL-LOPEZ Anna
Guest

VIDAL-LOPEZ Anna

Directrice de recherche CNRS

PHILIPPOT Karine

ORCID number : 0000-0002-8965-825X

Karine Philippot received her PhD degree in Molecular Chemistry and Catalysis from the University Paul Sabatier-Toulouse in 1993. She has been a CNRS Researcher at the LCC- Toulouse since 1996 where she is the head of the team “Engineering of Metal Nanoparticles“. She obtained her habilitation in 2007. Her research interests concern the synthesis of metal nanoparticles and derived nanomaterials by using molecular chemistry concepts for their application in catalysis and energy.

Email:karine.philippot(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Téléphone:05.61.33.32.30

Bureau:G267

Equipe:L

Doctorant

ALLI Yakubu

Email:yakubu.alli(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Bureau:05 61 33 31 82

Bureau:G271

Equipe:L

Professeur (UT3)

AMIENS Catherine

ORCID Number : 0000-0002-9088-1635

Catherine AMIENS received her education in chemistry at the ENS Paris (1988). After a PhD at Univ. Paris XI, she joined the Univ. of Toulouse as Assistant Professor (1992) to design new synthetic methods to control the morphology, surface state and properties of metal nanoparticles. She obtained her HDR in 2002 and was recruited Professor in 2006. She works with physicists and biologists to develop new applications of nanoparticles (contrast agents, sustainable materials and processes).

Email:catherine.amiens(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Téléphone:05.61.33.31.82

Bureau:G269

Equipe:L

Chargée de Recherche CNRS

AXET Rosa

Numéro ORCID : 0000-0002-2483-1533

Rosa Axet research activities are focused in the organometallic and nanomaterials chemistry areas, mainly for applications in catalysis. She is interested in the study of the structure-properties relationships in several nanomaterials including bimetallic, supported or shape-controlled nano-objects, with special attention to the effects of the stabilizing ligands of the nanoparticles on their properties.

Email:rosa.axet(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Téléphone:05.61.33.31.82

Bureau:G269

Equipe:L

Fixed-term contract

COVES Paul

Email:paul.coves(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.19

Office:B201

Team:L

Doctorante

DELEUZIERE Maëlle

After a bachelor degree in chemistry (specially focused on research), a master degree in chemistry (specialty chemistry for health) at the University of Toulouse Paul Sabatier, I currently prepare a PhD in a collaborative environment co-supervised by Prof. Eric BENOIST (LSPCMIB), Dr. Isabelle QUELVEN-BERTIN (ToNIC) and Prof. Catherine AMIENS (LCC) with the aim to develop nanoparticles for medical imaging.

Email:maelle.deleuziere(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Téléphone:05.61.33.31.41

Bureau:B203

Equipe:L

Doctorante

EDALAT Azadeh

I received my MSc2 degree from the International Master “Nanoscale Science and Engineering” from the EUR NanoX at the University of Paul Sabatier. My PhD project, supervised by Pr C. AMIENS and Pr M. RESPAUD, focuses on the study of the reactivity of iron NPs towards ammonia. The objective is to optimize the nitridation conditions to reach the nitrogen-poor phase, α”-Fe16N2, of interest for the development of eco-friendly permanent magnets.

Email:azadeh.edalat(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Téléphone:07 54 28 55 65

Bureau:B201

Equipe:L

PhD student

HUSAINY Fatima

Email:fatima.husainy(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.41

Office:B203

Team:L

Directeur de recherche

IGAU Alain

 ORCID number : 0000-0002-5944-1527

I defended my PhD under the supervision of G. Bertrand in 1989. I pursuided my research training in E. Niecke laboratory in Bonn and then I joined, at the University of Utah, J.A. Gladysz’s team as a 2 years post-doc researcher. Since 1992, I work for the CNRS at the LCC. I develop main group and coordination chemistry directed for the development of environmental efficient (photo)catalytic processes for H2 (photo)production and fuels (photo)production from CO2 just to name some examples.

Email:alain.igau(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Téléphone:05.61.33.31.59

Bureau:B015

Equipe:L

Guest

ISHIKAWA Hiroya

Email:hiroya.ishikawa(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.22

Office:B207

Team:L

Student

KADDOUR Matthieu

Email:matthieu.kaddour(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.82

Office:G271

Team:L

Doctorante

KAZIMOVA Nargiz

After graduating with BSc degree in Chemistry and Material science at the University of Tartu (Estonia), I obtained MSc degree in Chemistry and Life Sciences program at Université PSL (France). Currently, I am a PhD student working on a collaborative project on fuel cells between LCC (Toulouse), ICGM (Montpellier) and SAFRAN (Paris) under the co-direction of Dr. Karine Philippot (LCC), Prof. Sara Cavaliere (ICGM) and Dr. Marjorie Cavarroc (SAFRAN) and supervision of Dr. Nuria Romero (LCC).

Email:nargiz.kazimova(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Téléphone:05.61.33.31.41

Bureau:B203

Equipe:L

Doctorante

KRISHNAN Deepthy

ORCID number: 0000-0003-4602-2857

After a Bachelor and a Master degrees in Chemistry at the University of Calicut and Cochin University of Science and Technology in India, respectively, I did an internship at Indian Institute of Science thanks to a JNCASR Summer Research Fellowship in 2019. After, I moved to Toulouse to perform a master thesis work at LPCNO via the 2020 EUR NanoX incoming mobility program. I am currently a PhD student in a joint supervision between the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and the Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination (LCC) in the frame of the CCIMC catalysis European network (https://www.ccimc.eu). Here, I develop liquid ionic-supported metal nanoparticles to catalyze the hydrogenation of amides, supervised by Karine Philippot, M. Rosa Axet from LCC and Anders Riisager from DTU.

Email:deepthy.krishnan(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Téléphone:05.61.33.31.22

Bureau:B207

Equipe:L

Guest

LUQUE-ALVAREZ Amelia

Email:amelia.luque-alvarez(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.82

Office:B207

Team:L

Guest

MOLINILLO Pablo

Email:pablo.molinillo(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.82

Office:G269

Team:L

Maître de conférences

ROMERO Nuria

 ORCID number: 0000-0002-2704-7779

I did my PhD thesis on group 2 organometallic complexes with perfluorinated ligands and on the activation of C-H and C-F bonds. I did a post-doctorate on olefin polymerization at ISCR Rennes in collaboration with Total. I was a teacher/researcher at UAB (Spain), on hydrogen obtention by photocatalysis or electrocatalysis. Then, I was a postdoctoral fellow at LCC-CNRS working at nanomaterials for water electrolysis in Engineering of Metal Nanoparticle’s team. Since 2022 I am associated professor at Université de Toulouse.

Email:nuria.romero(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Bureau:B271

Equipe:L

CDD

STRAISTARI Tatiana

I did my thesis between LCBN/Institut de Chimie/Moldova and BiosCiences/ISM2, Aix-Marseille University/France on the topic of bioinspired catalysts for H2 production. I  then had a postdoctoral position to at the SOLHYCAT team at LCBM/Grenoble where I developed photocatalytic systems for H2 production. In October 2021, I joined Metallic Nanoparticle Engineering team at LCC-CNRS. I am in charge of the development of nanomaterials for electrocatalysis in hydrogen and/or oxygen production.

Email:tatiana.straistari(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Téléphone:05.61.33.31.41

Bureau:B203

Equipe:L

Maître de conférences

SUTRA Pierre

I defended my PhD in 1998 under the supervision of Dr D. Brunel (Montpellier) on grafting Mn complexes on mesoporous silica. Then I joined the group of  Pr V. Balzani (Bologna, Italy) to work on photosensitive transition metal antennas. I was recruited at Université Toulouse 3 in 1999, I am now Associate Professor. I develop my research at the LCC with Dr A. Igau on photosensitive transition metal complexes with organophosphorus ligands for optical and electronic properties.

Email:pierre.sutra(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Téléphone:(+33)561333159

Bureau:B017

Equipe:L

Guest

VIDAL-LOPEZ Anna

Email:anna.vidal-lopez(at)lcc-toulouse.fr

Phone:05.61.33.31.82

Office:B207

Team:L

Research topics

Supported nanocatalysts

Nanoparticles and micro-electronics

Health and nanomedicine: medical imaging and analysis

Nanostructures and energy

Team news

Publications

2024

Polymeric nanoreactors for catalytic applications
Abou-Fayssal C. J., Poli R., Philippot K., Riisager A., Manoury E.
Comptes Rendus Chimie 2024, 27(S1), 1-23.
https://doi.org/10.5802/crchim.301
https://hal.science/hal-04635254

[18F]-Radiolabelled nanoplatforms: A critical review of their intrinsic characteristics, radiolabelling methods, and purification techniques
Deleuziere M., Benoist E., Quelven I., Gras E., Amiens C.
Molecules 2024, 29 (7), 1537/1-65.
https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules29071537
https://hal.science/hal-04536242

One-pot synthesis of Rh nanoparticles in polycationic-shell, triphenylphosphine oxide-functionalized core-crosslinked micelles for aqueous biphasic hydrogenation
Abou-Fayssal C. J., Schill L., Poli R., Manoury E., Philippot K., Riisager A.
ChemCatChem 2024, e202400189.
https://doi.org/10.1002/cctc.202400189
https://hal.science/hal-04524464

Nanocatalysts based on Ni nanoparticles in functionalized ionic liquids for chemoselective hydrogenation and transfer hydrogenation of α,β-unsaturated carbonyl compounds
Krishnan D., Schill L., Axet M. R., Philippot K., Riisager A.
ChemCatChem 2024, 16(4), e202301441/1-8.
https://doi.org/10.1002/cctc.202301441
https://hal.science/hal-04428155

Colloidal ruthenium catalysts for selective quinaldine hydrogenation: Ligand and solvent effects
Colliere V., Verelst M., Lecante P., Axet M. R.
Chemistry – A European Journal 2024, 30(13), e202302131/1-9.
https://doi.org/10.1002/chem.202302131
https://hal.science/hal-04428489

2023

Design of ruthenium nanoparticles for better performance in catalysis
Romero N., Axet M. R., Philippot K.
in Advances in Catalysis. New Horizons in Modern Catalysis: Five Different Perspectives, E.  Hevia, M. H.  Pérez-Temprano, M. Diéguez (Eds). Elsevier, Academic Press: Cambridge, 2023, vol. 72, pp. 115-158. (978-0-12-824571-2).
https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.acat.2023.07.008
https://hal.science/hal-04288506

Confinement of Rh nanoparticles in triphenylphosphine oxide-functionalized core-crosslinked micelles for aqueous biphasic hydrogenation catalysis
Abou-Fayssal C. J., Fliedel C., Poli R., Riisager A., Philippot K., Manoury E.
Materials Today Chemistry 2023, 34, 101752/1-10.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mtchem.2023.101752
https://hal.science/hal-04232955

Step-scheme photocatalysts: Promising hybrid nanomaterials for optimum conversion of CO2
Alli Y. A., Oladoye P. O., Matebese F., Senehi N. L., Alimi O. A., Ogunlaja A. S., Abdi F. F., Anuar H., Adeleye A. S., Philippot K.
Nano Today 2023, 53, 102006/1-30.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nantod.2023.102006
https://hal.science/hal-04225967

Front cover: Ru-based nanoparticles supported on carbon nanotubes for electrocatalytic hydrogen evolution: structural and electronic effects
Romero N., Fenoll D. A., Gil L., Campos S., Creus J., Martí G., Heras-Domingo J., Collière V., Mesa C. A., Giménez S., Francàs L., Rodríguez-Santiago L., Solans-Monfort X., Sodupe M., Bofill R., Philippot K., García-Antón J., Sala X.
Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers 2023, 10(20), 5791-5791.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/D3QI90087H

Ru-based nanoparticles supported on carbon nanotubes for electrocatalytic hydrogen evolution: structural and electronic effects
Romero N., Fenoll D. A., Gil L., Campos S., Creus J., Martí G., Heras-Domingo J., Collière V., Mesa C. A., Giménez S., Francàs L., Rodríguez-Santiago L., Solans-Monfort X., Sodupe M., Bofill R., Philippot K., García-Antón J., Sala X.
Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers 2023, 10(20), 5885-5896.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/D3QI00698K
https://hal.science/hal-04174775

Biomimetic photocatalysts for the transformation of CO2: design, properties, and mechanistic insights
Alli Y. A., Magida N. E., Matebese F., Romero N., Ogunlaja A. S., Philippot K.
Materials Today Energy 2023, 34, 101310/1-20.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mtener.2023.101310
https://hal.science/hal-04174785

Surface-functionalized nanoparticles as catalysts for artificial photosynthesis
Martí G., Mallón L., Romero N., Francàs L., Bofill R., Philippot K., García-Antón J., Sala X.
Advanced Energy Materials 2023, 13(21), 2300282/1-25.
https://doi.org/10.1002/aenm.202300282
https://hal.science/hal-04174672

Ruthenium nanoparticles stabilized with methoxy-functionalized ionic liquids: Synthesis and structure-performance relations in styrene hydrogenation
Krishnan D., Schill L., Axet M. R., Philippot K., Riisager A.
Nanomaterials 2023, 13(9), 1459/1-15.
https://doi.org/10.3390/nano13091459
https://hal.science/hal-04092624

Base-free reversible hydrogen storage using a tethered π-coordinated-phenoxy ruthenium-dimer precatalyst
Verron R., Puig E., Sutra P., Igau A., Fischmeister C.
ACS Catalysis 2023, 13(9), 5787-5794.
https://doi.org/10.1021/acscatal.3c00476
https://hal.science/hal-04087966

Highly dispersed Rh single atoms over graphitic carbon nitride as a robust catalyst for the hydroformylation reaction
Jurado L., Esvan J., Luque-Álvarez L. A., Bobadilla L. F., Odriozola J. A., Posada-Pérez S., Poater A., Comas-Vives A., Axet M. R.
Catalysis Science & Technology 2023, 13(5), 1425-1436.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/D2CY02094G
https://hal.science/hal-04061722

Improved methanol electro-oxidation reaction on PdRh-PVP/C electrodes
Zacahua-Tlacuatl G., Ramírez-Meneses E., Manzo-Robledo A., Torres-Huerta A. M., Betancourt I., Philippot K., Ibrahim M., Domínguez-Crespo M. A.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 2023, 48(23), 8450-8464.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2022.11.169
https://hal.science/hal-04064151

Photocatalysts for CO2 reduction and computational insights
Alli Y. A., Oladoye P. O., Onawole A. T., Anuar H., Adewuyi S., Ogunbiyi O. D., Philippot K.
Fuel 2023, 344128101/1-18.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fuel.2023.128101
https://hal.science/hal-04031669

Nanoalloy magnetic and optical properties, applications and structures: general discussion
Aikens C. M., Alloyeau D., Amendola V., Amiens C., Andreazza P., Bakker J. M., Baletto F., Barcikowski S., Barrabés N., Bowker M., Chen F., Daniel I. T., Ernst W. E., Ferrando R., Ferrari P., Fortunelli A., Grandjean D., Guesmi H., Hutchings G. J., Janssens E., Jones R. M., Jose Yacaman M., Kuttner C., Lopez M. J., Marceau E., Mariscal M. M., McGrady J. E., Mottet C., Nelayah J., Owen C. J., Polak M., Quinson J., Roncaglia C., Schäfer R., Svensson R., Treguer-Delapierre M., Zhang Y.
Faraday Discussions 2023, 242, 389-417.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/D2FD90087D

In situ study of the evolution of NiFe nanocatalysts in reductive and oxidative environments upon thermal treatments
Robert F., Lecante P., Girardon J.-S., Wojcieszak R., Marceau E., Briois V., Amiens C., Philippot K.
Faraday Discussions 2023, 242, 353-373 (and correction page 374).
https://doi.org/10.1039/D2FD00095D
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03818734

Nanomaterials as catalysts for CO2 transformation into value-added products: A review
Alli Y. A., Oladoye P. O., Ejeromedoghene O., Bankole O. M., Alimi O. A., Omotola E. O., Olanrewaju C. A., Philippot K., Adeleye A. S., Ogunlaja A. S.
Science of The Total Environment 2023, 868, 161547/1-26.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2023.161547
https://hal.science/hal-03955576

2022

Synthesis and study of the physicochemical properties of a hybrid species: Iron phthalocyanine–silver nanoparticles
Tarpaga L., Sessouma B., Ouédraogo S., Colliere V., Bayo-Bangoura M., Amiens C., Bayo K.
Chemistry Africa 2022, 5(4), 811-820.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s42250-022-00400-w
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03822516

Shvo-type metal–ligand cooperative catalysts: Tethered η5-oxocyclohexadienyl ruthenium complexes
Puig E., Verron R., Kechaou-Perrot M., Vendier L., Gornitzka H., Miqueu K., Sotiropoulos J.-M., Fischmeister C., Sutra P., Igau A.
Organometallics 2022, 41(11), 1391-1402.
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.organomet.2c00123
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03715383

Synthesis of NiFeOx nanocatalysts from metal–organic precursors for the oxygen evolution reaction
Nguyen Q. T., Robert F., Colliere V., Lecante P., Philippot K., Esvan J., Tran P. D., Amiens C.
Dalton Transactions 2022, 51(30), 11457-11466.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/D2DT01370C
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03755510

Ru nanoparticles supported on alginate-derived graphene as hybrid electrodes for the hydrogen evolution reaction
Mallón L., Cerezo-Navarrete C., Romero N., Puche M., García-Antón J., Bofill R., Philippot K., Martínez-Prieto L. M., Sala X.
New Journal of Chemistry 2022, 46(1), 49-56.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/D1NJ05215B
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03510557

Front cover: Ru nanoparticles supported on alginate-derived graphene as hybrid electrodes for the hydrogen evolution reaction
Mallón L., Cerezo-Navarrete C., Romero N., Puche M., García-Antón J., Bofill R., Philippot K., Martínez-Prieto L. M., Sala X.
New Journal of Chemistry 2022, 46(1), 1-2.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/D2NJ90001G
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03510727

In situ ruthenium catalyst modification for the conversion of furfural to 1,2-pentanediol
Bruna L., Cardona-Farreny M., Colliere V., Philippot K., Axet M. R.
Nanomaterials 2022, 12(3), 328/1-11.
https://doi.org/10.3390/nano12030328
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03562651

2021

Rhodium nanoparticles inside well-defined unimolecular amphiphilic polymeric nanoreactors: synthesis and biphasic hydrogenation catalysis
Wang H., Fiore A. M., Fliedel C., Manoury E., Philippot K., Dell’Anna M. M., Mastrorilli P., Poli R.
Nanoscale Advances 2021, 3(9), 2554-2566.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/D1NA00028D
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03176469

Tuning the selectivity of phenol hydrogenation using Pd, Rh and Ru nanoparticles supported on ceria- and titania-modified silicas
Vono L. L. R., Broicher C., Philippot K., Rossi L. M.
Catalysis Today 2021, 381126-132.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cattod.2020.07.078
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03412726

Nanoparticles in Catalysis: Advances in Synthesis and Applications
Philippot K., Roucoux A. (Eds.)
Wiley‐VCH: Weinheim, 2021. 384 p. (978-3-527-34607-3).
https://doi.org/10.1002/9783527821761
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03235130

New Trends in the Design of Metal Nanoparticles and Derived Nanomaterials for Catalysis
Roucoux A., Philippot K.
in Nanoparticles in Catalysis: Advances in Synthesis and Applications, Philippot K., Roucoux A. (Eds.). Wiley-VCH: Weinheim, 2021, pp. 1-11. (978-3-527-34607-3).
https://doi.org/10.1002/9783527821761.ch1
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03235252

Covalent grafting of ruthenium complexes on iron oxide nanoparticles: Hybrid materials for photocatalytic water oxidation
Nguyen Q. T., Rousset E., Nguyen V. T. H., Colliere V., Lecante P., Klysubun W., Philippot K., Esvan J., Respaud M., Lemercier G., Tran P. D., Amiens C.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 2021, 13(45), 53829-53840.
https://doi.org/10.1021/acsami.1c15051
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03436779

Nanocatalysts for high selectivity enyne cyclization: Oxidative surface reorganization of gold sub-2-nm nanoparticle networks
Nasrallah H. O., Min Y., Lerayer E., Nguyen T.-A., Poinsot D., Roger J., Brandès S., Heintz O., Roblin P., Jolibois F., Poteau R., Coppel Y., Kahn M. L., Gerber I. C., Axet M. R., Serp P., Hierso J.-C.
JACS Au 2021, 1(2), 187–200.
https://doi.org/10.1021/jacsau.0c00062
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03129914

Editorial: Modern chemical routes for controlled synthesis of bimetallic nanostructures
Mourdikoudis S., Maenosono S., Dendrinou-Samara C., Pérez-Juste J., Axet M. R.
Frontiers in Chemistry 2021, 9, 640665.
https://doi.org/10.3389/fchem.2021.640665
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03669990

Correlation between surface chemistry and magnetism in iron nanoparticles
Haim L., Robert F., Peres L., Lecante P., Philippot K., Poteau R., Respaud M., Amiens C.
Nanoscale Advances 2021, 3(15), 4471-4481.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/D1NA00258A
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03273725

An air-stable, reusable Ni@Ni(OH)2 nanocatalyst for CO2/bicarbonates hydrogenation to formate
Fu X., Peres L., Esvan J., Amiens C., Philippot K., Yan N.
Nanoscale 2021, 13(19), 8931-8939.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/D1NR01054A
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03202677

Oxidation of methane to methanol over Pd@Pt nanoparticles under mild conditions in water
Chen J., Wang S., Peres L., Collière V., Philippot K., Lecante P., Chen Y., Yan N.
Catalysis Science & Technology 2021, 11(10), 3493-3500.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/D1CY00273B
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03234648

Bimetallic RuNi nanoparticles as catalysts for upgrading biomass: metal dilution and solvent effects on selectivity shifts
Cardona-Farreny M., Lecante P., Esvan J., Dinoi C., del Rosal I., Poteau R., Philippot K., Axet M. R.
Green Chemistry 2021, 23(21), 8480-8500.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/D1GC02154K
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03412846

Organometallic Metal Nanoparticles for Catalysis
Axet M. R., Philippot K.
in Nanoparticles in Catalysis: Advances in Synthesis and Applications, Wiley-VCH: Weinheim, 2021, pp. 73-97. (978-3-527-34607-3).
https://doi.org/10.1002/9783527821761.ch4
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03235178

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– Pr G. Buntkowski et Dr T. Gutmann
Institut für Physikalische Chemie, Darmstadt, Allemagne
Caractérisation et étude de la réactivité de surface de NPs par RMN

– Dr E. Ramirez
Université Iberoamericana, Mexico, Mexique
Nanomatériaux pour l’électrocatalyse et piles à combustible

– Dr J. Garcia-Anton et Dr X. Sala
Departament de Quimica, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Espagne
Synthèse de NPs en présence de ligands à noyaux pyrrazoles et production d’hydrogène par photolyse de l’eau

– Dr R. Bellabarba et Dr R. Tooze
Collaboration industrielle avec SASOL, St-Andrews, UK
Synthèse de NPs pour la catalyse

– Dr M. Zahmakiran et Pr S. Özkar
Université METU d’Ankara, Turquie
Synthèse de NPs pour la catalyse de déshydrogénation des aminoboranes

– Dr E. Garcia-Suarez et Pr A. B. Garcia
CESIC Oviedo, Espagne
Synthèse de NPs supportées sur substrats carbonés poreux pour la catalyse

– Dr P. Lara
Instituto de Investigaciones Quimicas,CESIC, Séville, Espagne
Synthèse de NPs stabilisées par des carbènes

– Dr C. Antoniak
Universität Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg, Allemagne
Exploitation des techniques EXAFS et XMCD pour la caractérisation de nanoparticules bimétalliques

– Pr V. Salgueirino-Maceira
Université de Vigo, Vigo, Espagne
Stabilisation de nanoparticules de Ni par des NTC

– Pr R. Benfield
Université du Kent, Canterbury, UK
Mesures EXAFS

– Pr M. Farle
Universität Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg, Allemagne
Etude des propriétés magnétiques de nanostructures

– Dr. C-C. Lin National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan
Développement de dérivés sucrés pour le transfert de nanoparticules dans l’eau

– Prs C. Claver et S. Castillón
Departament de Química Fisica i Inorgánica, Facultat de Química, Universitat Rovira i Virgili de Tarragona, Espagne
Ligands pour la stabilisation des NPs et catalyse énantiosélective

– Pr. Hoai Nam
Laboratory for green chemistry, Chemistry department, Vietnamese Academy of Science and Technology, Hanoi
Nanoparticules pour la dépollution de l’eau

– Pr. Mabinty Bayo Laboratoire de Chimie Inorganique, Université de Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
Composites nanoparticules d’or / phtalocyanines, études des propriétés photophysiques

– Dr. R. Bentes de Azevedo
University of Brazilia, Brazil
Etudes de toxicité

– Dr. Puerto Morales
Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales, CSIC, Madrid
Evaluation de nanoparticules pour l’IRM

– Pr. Leila Smiri
Université de Bizerte, Tunisie
Fonctionnalisation de nanoparticules d’or pour applications en biologie

– Pr. Ning Yan
Université de Singapoure
Nanocatalyse : conversion de la biomasse

 

  • France

– Pr A. Roucoux et Dr A. Nowicki
Laboratoire “Synthèses Organiques et Systèmes organisés” de l’ENSC de Rennes
Nanoparticules et catalyse en milieu biphasique

– Dr C. Santini
Laboratoire de Chimie Organométallique de Surface, LCOMS- CPE, Lyon, depuis 2005
Nanoparticules de ruthénium stabilisées dans des liquides ioniques.

– Drs A. Padua et M. Costa-Gomez
Université de Clermont-Ferrand
Nanoparticules de ruthénium stabilisées dans des liquides ioniques

– Dr J. Crassous
Laboratoire Phosphore et Matériaux Moléculaires, UMR 6226, Université de Rennes
Nanoparticules stabilisées par des ligands phosphorés asymétriques

– Pr E. Monflier
“Groupe Catalyse Supramoléculaire”, Unité de Catalyse et de Chimie du Solide, site Artois, Faculté des Sciences de Lens
Nanoparticules stabilisées par des diphosphines sulfonées et descyclodextrines

– Dr. Danielle Gonbeau, Dr. J. Allouch, et Dr. JC Dupin
IPREM, Pau
Etudes XPS de nanoparticules hybrides

– Dr. JM Greneche, et N. Yaagoub
LPEC, Le Mans
Etude Mossbauer de nanoparticules hybrides

– Dr. N. Mac Clenaghan
Univ. Bordeaux / CNRS, Institut des Sciences Moléculaires & Laboratoire Ondes et Matière d’Aquitaine, Talence
Etude photophysique femtoseconde de nanoparticules multifonctionnelles inorganique/organique

– Dr. Caroline Prouillac
VetAgro Sup, Campus Vétérinaire de Lyon, US/C 1233 INRA UPSP
Etude de la biodistribution de nanoparticules

– Dr. Sami Halila
CERMAV, Genoble
Encapsulation de nanoparticules dans des glyco-bloc-copolymeres

 

  • Toulouse

– Drs M.-J. Casanove
Centre d’élaboration des matériaux et d’Etudes Structurales, CEMES CNRS, Toulouse
Caractérisation structurale des nanoparticules par HREM

– Dr P. Lecante
Centre d’élaboration des matériaux et d’Etudes Structurales, CEMES CNRS, Toulouse
Caractérisation structurale des nanoparticules par WAXS

– Dr. Hao Tang Centre d’élaboration des matériaux et d’Etudes Structurales, CEMES CNRS, Toulouse
Modélisation de la coordination de molécules en surface de nano-objets

– Drs E. Manoury et R. Poli
Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination, CNRS UPR 8241, Toulouse
Ligands adaptatifs pour la stabilisation de nanoparticules

– Prs P. Serp et R. Axet
Laboratoire de Catalyse et Chimie Fine, LCCFP ENSIACET-Toulouse – LCC
Synthèse de NPs dans des nanotubes de carbone, étude de l’influence du confinement sur les propriétés catalytiques

– Pr R. Poteau et Dr I. del Rosal
Laboratoire de Physique quantique, IRSAMC-UPS-INSA de Toulouse
Calculs théoriques sur des petites particules de ruthénium stabilisées par des ligands. Approche de l’état de surface

– Pr. M. Respaud, et Dr. B. Lassagne
Laboratoire de Physique quantique, IRSAMC-UPS-INSA de Toulouse
Etude des propriétés magnétiques et de transport de nanoparticules

– Dr. B. Viallet, et Pr. L. Ressier
Laboratoire de Physique quantique, IRSAMC-UPS-INSA de Toulouse
Dépôt de nanoparticules sur substrats silicium patternés

– Dr. C. Tardin, et Dr. S. Mazères
IPBS
Etude des propriétés fluorescentes de nanoparticules multifonctionnelles inorganique/organique

– Dr. C. Picard, B. Mestre et C. Galaup
LSPCMIB.
Coordination de complexes fluorescents en surface de nanoparticules

– P. Chaskiel et Marie-Gabrielle Suraud
CERTOP, Toulouse
Identification des conditions permissives de l’innovation en nanomedecine

 

Funding

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  • National projects

– ANR NOBLEFREECAT (2017-2021)
Nanoparticules bimétalliques sans métal noble pour l’hydrogénation des sucres

– ANR-NRF PRECINANOMAT (2017-2021) projet France-Singapour
Precisely controlled nanomaterials to catalyse the transformation of CO2 into fuels and platform molecules

– ANR DFG MOCANANO (2012-2015)
Monitoring Catalytic reactions on NPs by Solid state NMR : a joint experimental and theoretical approach

– ANR SUPRANANO (2009-2013)
Noble metal nanoparticles stabilised with functional chiral cyclodextrins and investigation in supramolecular chemistry

– ANR Mag@M (2009-2012)
A versatile synthesis for multifunctional Magnetic nanoplatforms

 

  • Regional projects

– Projet CTP-Communauté de travail des Pyrénées (2014-2017)
Nanomatériaux pour la production photocatalytique d’H2 contrôlée par la lumière

 

  • Bilateral projects

– FFCR FCRF – France Canada (2017-2019)
New Opportunities in Nanoscience and Olefin Metathesis via Controlled Decomposition of Metathesis Catalysts

– Projet PHC-Nano Espagne (2014-2015)
Nanocatalyseurs pour la réduction des nitroarènes

– Projet Merlion Singapour (2014-2015)
Nanoparticules pour la valorisation de la lignine

 

  • EU projects

– FP7 – Synflow (2010-2014)
Ce projet vise la synthèse innovante en procédé continu pour la production chimique durable

– ERC – Nanosonwings (2010-2015)
Collaboration LPCNO
Synthèse de nanoparticules stabilisées par des ligands phosphorés pour des applications en catalyse

– Interreg SUDOE NANOTRAIN 2 (2010-2012)
Nanoscience et nanotechnologie

 

  • International projects

– GDRI Toulouse-Catalogne (2015-)
Hetero-elements and Coordination Chemistry : from Concepts to Applications (HC3A)

– Laboratoire européen associé (LEA Toulouse-Barcelone) (2006-2014)
De la Molécule aux Matériaux

– Laboratoire Trans-Pyrénéen (2014-2017)
Photoproduction d’hydrogène à partir d’eau

– Programme CAPES-COFECUB-France Brésil (2010-2014)
Nanoparticules métalliques pour la catalyse

– LIA Toulouse-Mexico (2011-2017 )
Chimie Moléculaire et Matériaux

 

  • Industrial projects

– BAYER (2014-2015)
Nanocatalyseurs et réactions difficiles

– SASOL (2008-2013)
Nanoparticules bimétallique pour la catalyse

 

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