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Propriétés, Mécanismes et Comportements des interactions

The properties of nanosized objects are likely to be modified by the interaction with their environment, either gaseous (as in adsorption study), liquid (as in bio-environment), or solid (when considering the interactions between two nano-objects, or between nano-objects and a matrix as in composites). In most of the cases, the interactions affect the electronic structure, for which Raman spectroscopy is a powerful diagnostic tool.

Nanoformes de carbone solide

Various interacting solid carbon nanoform systems are studied : C60-C60, C60 fullerenes versus so-called carbon "nanohorns", SWCNTs versus graphene surface.
C60-C60 (eventually compared with (...)

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Composites et composés

Now that the CNT growth is reasonably well controlled, nanocomposites (here standing for "composites whose at least one component is nanosized") give a tremendous perspective in improving the (...)

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Carbones pyrolitiques

Pyrolytic carbons are well-known components of composites, either as interfacial coatings or matrices.
Several TEM-based methodologies were developed in order to extract pertinent textural and (...)

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