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Service Interdisciplinaire sur les Systèmes Moléculaires et les Matériaux
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The “Service Interdisciplinaire sur les Systèmes Moléculaires et les Matériaux” is a fundamental research division which gathers about fifty permanent people (CEA, CNRS, university) and a score of students of all levels. Research studies can be divided in two major topics: nanochemistry and radiolysis. The main application domains are technologies of health, nanosciences and fundamental research for nuclear programs of the CEA.


Nanochemistry deals with supra molecular assemblies and ultra divided matter and uses specific characterisation techniques coupled with simulations of short and long distance interactions between molecules and/or ions. The main aims of the researches are the detailed understanding of molecule – metal coordination and interaction, the synthesis and/or the assembling of molecular species with specific properties and the physical chemistry of complex fluids, ultra divided matter and liquid interfaces.

Service Interdisciplinaire sur les Systèmes Moléculaires et les Matériaux

Linear nanosecond electron pulse accelerator (10 MeV) used in radiolysis studies

Radiolysis is tackled by the study of physico-chemical and biochemical processes that occur during matter irradiation. Research mainly concerns the primary events of the radiolysis, the influence of confined media and solid - liquid interfaces on water radiolysis, the irradiation under extreme conditions of temperature and pressure and the biochemistry under irradiation.

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Anatomic scale : In collaboration with chemists from ENS Lyon and from CEA/iBiTeC-S and CBM Orléans, MRI experiments on living rodents are undertaken. 129Xe NMR-based biosensors designed to target a pulmonary disease are instilled in the lungs of the anesthetized animal. The acquisition is then performed just after the introduction of hyperpolarized xenon, which can occur many times and several tens of minutes after the biosensor instillation.
Laboratory 'Structure and Dynamics by Magnetic Resonance' :   Version française   The Laboratory 'Structure and Dynamics by Magnetic Resonance' (LSDRM) belongs to NIMBE, UMR CEA/CNRS 3685. The research axes are centered on the conception and the use of new NMR tools. Cutting edge methods and original approaches are proposed, from instrumental developments to molecular simulations.


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