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Conférence Dr Nicolas Queyriaux

vendredi 22 septembre 2023 de 11:00 - 12:00


LCC, équipe N

Activation of Small Molecules: Molecular and Electrochemical Tools

The activation of small molecules is a key feature playing a major role in many catalytic processes of current significance, from the generation and use of alternative fuels (CO2, H2) to the remediation of atmospheric pollutants (N2O) and the development of new, energy-efficient industrial processes (N2). Increased bond polarization through “push-pull” effects or decreased bond strength via modification of the electron population of frontier orbitals are common molecular strategies to access activated small molecules and ease their further reactivities.

In this presentation, a number of molecular and electrochemical systems for activating small molecules will be presented. Particular emphasis will be placed on (i) the preparation and reactivities of molybdenum polyhydride complexes and (ii) the electrochemical behaviour of molecularly pre-activated nitrous oxide.


Date :
vendredi 22 septembre 2023
Heure :
11:00 - 12:00
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Dr Eric Manoury


Salle Gallais, LCC
205 Rte de Narbonne
Toulouse, Midi-Pyrénées 31400 France
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