July 18, 2018 at 2.30 pm in AG-69
Charge Transport and Catalysis Reactions at the Electrified Interfaces
Possibility of studying the properties of molecules or nanostructures at single enity level offers huge opportunities to tune structure property relationships at nanoscale. The problem with current state-of-the-art nanomaterials and energy research involving charge or electron transport at electrode|molecule interface as a key process is centered in the fact that no single experimental technique can independently provide complete information on nanoscale structure-property relationships. The development of fast, cost effective and structure sensitive characterization methods at single entity level is the target of much current nanotechnology research.
During this presentation, I will try to show the experimental framework (experimental technique and methodologies development) that I am planning to implement/develop in my future laboratory to address the key issue of nanoscale structure-property relationships under in-operando conditions.1-4
1. Kaliginedi et al., Nanoscale. 2015, 7 (42), 17685-17692.
2. Rudnev, A., Kaliginedi et al., Science Advances. 2017, 3, e1602297.
3. Seth, C., Kaliginedi et al., Chemical Science. 2017, 8, 1576-1591.
4. Atesci, H., Kaliginedi et al., Nature Nanotechnology. 2018, 13, 117.