Faits marquants 2008

Juillet 2008

30 juillet 2008
Authors: D.J. Marion, G. Huber, P. Berthault, H. Desvaux
Liquid-state NMR is a very powerful method for chemical analysis but it suffers from inherent low sensitivity due to the weak involved energies, which leads to small thermal equilibrium polarization.
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Mars 2008

08 mars 2008
D. Sen, O. Spalla, O. Taché, P. Haltebourg, A. Thill
ESRF Highlights 2007 The synthesis of ordered, homogeneous porous grains is an expanding area of materials research. One strategy for their formation is to dry the spray of a complex mixture containing nanoparticles and templating agents [1].
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08 mars 2008
J. Pignat, J. Daillant, S. Cantin, F. Perrot, O. Konovalov
ESRF Highlights 2007 Langmuir films of long chain amphiphiles at the air-water interface present different phases depending on temperature and surface pressure (the difference between the surface tension of pure water and the actual surface tension in presence of the film = H20– ).
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08 mars 2008
V. Padmanabhan, J. Daillant, L. Belloni, S. Mora, M. Alba, and O. Konovalov
ESRF Highlights 2007 The study of aqueous salt solutions continues to attract various research groups because of their fundamental importance in various physicochemical, biological and atmospheric processes.
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