29 janvier 2018
Contact : Marina Gromova
Liquid state NMR is used to investigate surface state of CuInS2 nanocrystals (NCs). 1H and 13C NMR studies of NCs dispersed in organic solvent allowed characterizing and quantifying the ligands at the NC surface, while diffusional NMR enabled studying ligand binding dynamics.   Ternary ... Lire la suite »
03 mars 2017
Contact : Gaël De Paepe
Katharina Märker (PhD student, MEM/RM) was awarded the Ernst Award during the Annual Meeting of the German Magnetic Resonance Discussion Group in Düsseldorf. At this occasion she had the opportunity to present her recently published work on NMR crystallography. The Ernst award was ... Lire la suite »
03 mars 2015
Contact : Marina Gromova
In oleaginous seeds, the energy reserves are mainly triacylglycerols that are liquid lipids contained inside micrometric vesicles, called oil bodies (OB). Seeds are of first importance for human and animal feeds, for biofuels sources and their economic weight is far from being negligible. Therefore ... Lire la suite »
26 février 2014
Contact : Gaël De Paëpe
Owing to an innovative sample preparation method labelled “matrix-free”, the powerful structural characterization technique of two-dimensional NMR carbon-carbon correlation spectroscopy, up to now reserved to isotopically carbon-13 enriched materials, is made accessible to natural ... Lire la suite »
28 janvier 2014
Contact : Gaël De Paëpe
Mesoporous alumina (Al2O3) presents itself as a technologically important material due to its high surface area and catalytic properties. However, the characterization of this material remains elusive to various techniques. Using a hyperpolarization technique called dynamic nuclear polarization ... Lire la suite »
07 octobre 2013
Contact : Gaël De Paëpe
La huitième édition de la conférence « Alpine Conference on Solid-State NMR » a eu lieu à Chamonix du 8 au 12 septembre 2013 . Réunissant plus de deux cents participants de vingt pays différents elle est traditionnellement  ... Lire la suite »
29 mai 2013
Contact : Sabine Hediger
Des chercheurs de l’Inac ont réussi à observer par résonance magnétique nucléaire la paroi de cellules bactériennes vivantes. Ils ont pu augmenter significativement la sensibilité du signal de RMN par une technique dite ... Lire la suite »


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