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Caroline Salzemann - Associate Professor


My research topics since the end of my PhD until today are the rational elaboration, by chemical way, of mono- and bimetallic nanomaterials that can be used in catalysis and/or in information storage. For that, I am interested in the understanding of the reduction/nucleation/growth mechanisms involved in colloidal syntheses. This approach is motivated by the ambition to go towards predictive syntheses by acquiring the knowledge necessary to control the various experimental parameters. It becomes possible to elaborate complex nanocrystals characterized by weak structural dispersions (size, shape, crystallinity, ...). It is then necessary to organize them in super networks in order to obtain specific collective properties, modulable by a fine control of the mesoscopic order and interactions. 

 

 


Marc Petit   

Journal articles2 documents

  • Arthur Moisset, Alexandre Sodreau, Anthony Vivien, Caroline Salzemann, Pascal Andreazza, et al.. The five shades of oleylamine in a morphological transition of cobalt nanospheres to nanorods. Nanoscale, Royal Society of Chemistry, In press, ⟨10.1039/D1NR01502H⟩. ⟨hal-03269446⟩
  • Anthony Vivien, Maya Guillaumont, Lynda Meziane, Caroline Salzemann, Corinne Aubert, et al.. Role of Oleylamine Revisited: An Original Disproportionation Route to Monodispersed Cobalt and Nickel Nanocrystals. Chemistry of Materials, American Chemical Society, 2019, 31 (3), pp.960-968. ⟨10.1021/acs.chemmater.8b04435⟩. ⟨hal-02128663⟩