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Highligted Scientific Contributions from Our Members:
Transparent high conductive Titanium oxynitride nanofilms obtained by nucleation control for sustainable optolectronics
Authors: E. Enríquez, A. Mariscal, R. Serna, J. F. Fernández
Transparent conducting thin films have attracted a lot of interest in last decades because they have become essential electrodes…
Metal-catalyst-free gas-phase synthesis of long-chain hydrocarbons
Authors: Lidia Martínez, Pablo Merino, Gonzalo Santoro, José I. Martínez, Stergios Katsanoulis, Jesse Ault, Álvaro Mayoral, Luis Vázquez, Mario Accolla, Alexandre Dazzi, Jeremie Mathurin, Ferenc Borondics, Enrique Blázquez-Blázquez, Nitzan Shauloff, Rosa Lebrón-Aguilar, Jesús E. Quintanilla-López, Raz Jelinek, José Cernicharo, Howard A. Stone, Victor A. de la Peña O’Shea, Pedro L. de Andres, George Haller, Gary J. Ellis & José A. Martín-Gago.
Development of sustainable processes for hydrocarbons synthesis is a fundamental challenge in chemistry…
Modification of the Mechanical Properties of Core-Shell Liquid Gallium Nanoparticles by Thermal Oxidation at Low Temperature
Authors: Sergio Catalán-Gómez, Andrés Redondo-Cubero, Miguel Morales, María de la Mata, Sergio I. Molina, Francisco J. Palomares, Alberto Carnicero, Jose L. Pau, Luis Vázquez.
Abstract: Gallium nanoparticles (Ga NPs) are attracting increasing attention because of their appealing physical-chemical properties...
Transparent niobium-doped titanium dioxide thin films with high Seebeck coefficient for thermoelectric applications
Authors: J. M. Ribeiro, F. C. Correia, F. J. Rodrigues, J. S. Reparaz, A. R. Goñi, C. J. Tavares
This work reports the production and characterization of optically transparent Nb-doped TiO2 thin films with enhanced thermoelectric properties deposited…
Correlative 3D cryo X-ray imaging reveals intracellular location and effect of designed antifibrotic protein–nanomaterial hybrids
Revealing the intracellular location of novel therapeutic agents is paramount for the understanding of their effect at the cell ultrastructure level…
Few-layer antimonene electrical properties
Authors: Pablo Ares, Sahar Pakdel, Irene Palacio, Wendel S. Paz, Maedeh Rassekh, David Rodríguez-San Miguel, Lucía Aballe, Michael Foerster, Nerea Ruiz del Árbol, José Ángel Martín-Gago, Félix Zamora, Julio Gómez-Herrero and Juan José Palacios.
Antimonene -a single layer of antimony atoms- and its few layer forms are among the latest additions to the 2D mono-elemental materials family…
Attosecond state-resolved carrier motion in quantum materials probed by soft x-ray XANES
Recent developments in attosecond technology led to table-top x-ray spectroscopy in the soft x-ray range, thus uniting the element- and state-specificity…
A three-shell supramolecular complex enables the symmetry-mismatched chemo- and regioselective bis-functionalization of C60
Authors: Ernest Ubasart, Oleg Borodin, Carles Fuertes-Espinosa, Youzhi Xu, Cristina García-Simón, Laura Gómez, Judith Juanhuix, Felipe Gándara, Inhar Imaz, Daniel Maspoch, Max von Delius & Xavi Ribas
Molecular Russian dolls (matryoshkas) have proven useful for testing the limits of preparative supramolecular chemistry but applications…
Al2O3 and HfO2 Atomic Layers Deposited in Single and Multilayer Configurations on Titanium and on Stainless Steel for Biomedical Applications
Authors: Ivan Spajić, Ehsan Rahimi, Maria Lekka, Ruben Offoiach, Lorenzo Fedrizzi and Ingrid Milošev
Thin films of alumina and hafnia were prepared by atomic layer deposition, with the aim of investigating the use of such films…
Gigahertz Frame Rate Imaging of Charge-Injection Dynamics in a Molecular Light Source
Authors: Anna Rosławska, Pablo Merino, Christopher C. Leon, Abhishek Grewal, Markus Etzkorn, Klaus Kuhnke, and Klaus Kern
Light sources on the scale of single molecules can be addressed and characterized at their proper sub-nanometer scale by scanning…