TIFR
Department of Chemical Sciences
School of Natural Sciences

July 18, 2018 at 2.30 pm in AG-69

Title :

Charge Transport and Catalysis Reactions at the Electrified Interfaces

Abstract :

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

 

References:

 

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.