Mer. 14/06/2023 14:00 Andromede, Bâtiment 11, Etage 3
GORGATTI ZARBIN Aldo Jose (Federal University of Paraná (Brazil))
Nanoarchitected multifunctional thin films for broader technological application
A novel and versatile way to prepare thin, transparent, flexible and homogeneous films of advanced and multi-component materials has been developed by our research group. The so-called liquid/liquid interfacial route (LLIR) is a new pathway to design materials combining synthesis and processing in one single-pot and single-step, allowing the production of multi-components and multi-functional thin films for application in different fields. This talk will demonstrate the huge potentiality of LLIR to prepare novel and exclusive multicomponent films of different mater, highlighting conducting polymers- and 2D-based nanocomposites. Application of the resulting materials in different fields as electrodes in aqueous and transparent Na- or K-ion batteries, transparent electrodes, electrochromic displays, catalysts and sensors will also be shown.
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