Carbon monoxide/heterocycle copolymerisation: New catalysts and new biodegradable polymers – NewCatNewBioPol
The demand of synthetic biodegradable polymers as alternative environmentally friendly polymers compared to polyolefins, increases regularly. The main problem of such polymers being their high synthetic cost. The metal-catalysed alternative copolymerization of heterocycles and carbon monoxide is a synthetic route of choice for the synthesis of such material from cheap and available monomers. Unfortunately, few efficient catalyst systems have been described yet.
Classical computed tomography scanners incorporate a rotating ring or “gantry” which holds the X-ray source and the X-ray sensors. They exhibit a high resolution but are large, heavy and are character
This project is devoted to the study of an approach for the development of nanocomposite materials magnetic nanoparticles @ carbon nanotubes and their properties. The work developed an outlook for the production of new nanocomposites MMNPs @ NTC resistant to oxidation. These new systems could be used for important applications such as the treatment of cancer by hyperthermia and preparation of composite materials based on carbon nanotubes.
The baseline for the CARBONIC research project is to study, control and exploit the nonlinear optical properties of carbon nanotubes (CNTs)for the development of innovative linear and nonlinear functi
The proposed project is devoted to provide a better fundamental understanding of the Quench and Partitioning (Q&P) process, in the aim of optimizing the production of the next generation of Advanced High Strength Steels (AHSS). Q&P is a new route proposed to produce the third generation of AHSS.
CARAPH is a fundamental project aiming at merging the chemistry of carbon materials and Lewis pairs. On the one hand, it seeks to immobilize P,B-Lewis pairs on sp2-C materials via pi-pi interactions a
The response of the deep ocean carbonate system and CaCO3 dissolution to changes in the carbon cycle (‘carbonate compensation’) is a first order control on atmospheric CO2 on timescales of ~10^3 to 10
Carbonatization and ore-mineralization in listvenite-bearing mantle/slab transition zones: Insights from OmanDP and laboratory experiments – LISZT
LISZT aims at identifying and modelling the thermo-hydro-chemical mechanisms of CO2-metasomatism producing mantle-derived listvenites and at defining criteria for evaluating their potential as sources
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