Electrochemistry of materials research group (Elma)

 

Présentation générale des activités de recherche / Research activity

      Electrochemical techniques are powerful and innovative approaches to fabricate and characterize functional materials with new properties. Fundamental electrochemical phenomena, such as electrodeposition processes, corrosion, ionic conduction at interfaces are studied in order to develop advanced materials for applications in the field of nanotechnology, energy and environment. For this, our group is gathering competences based on the control of both liquid and solid-state electrochemical techniques. One main aspect of our research is the electrochemical nanostructuration of materials. Modern electrochemical approaches are investigated for the fabrication of one and two-dimensional structures such as self- organized TiO2 nanotubes and Sn nanowires, highly-ordered alumina membranes, ZrO2 nanotubes, PEDOT-silicon nanowires, flower-like ZnO nanostructures, thin ionomers layers, nanocomposites materials. We study the mechanisms responsible for the formation of the nanostructures in order to control the electrochemical parameters leading to different morphologies and the related properties. The nanostructures have direct applications in the field of:

  • Energy storage and conversion: Li-ion microbattery anodes based on nanotubes and nanowires, ion-conducting hybrid membranes for electrochemical power sources, electrodeposited polymers;
  • Environment (enhanced photocatalytic properties of TiO2 nanotubes);
  • Corrosion of materials: microelectronic devices (credit card chips), biomedical (knee prosthesis).

 

 

Domaines d'expertise / Expertises

Elaboration

  • Nanostructured materials / Nanotubes
  • Thin films
  • Polymers / Ionomers

Characterization / Properties

  • Battery testing
  • Ionic conductivity measurements
  • Corrosion electrochemical study

Applications

  • Microbatteries
  • Redox Flow Batteries
  • Fuel Cells / Electrolysers
  • Corrosion
 

Personnel permanent / Permanent Staff

  • Florence Boulc’h

Enseignant – Chercheur à Aix Marseille Université (Assistant professor)

   Recherche: Analyse in situ des matériaux de l’énergie et des couleurs des manuscrits médiévaux

 Enseignement: Co-responsable du Cycle Universitaire Préparatoire aux Ecoles Nationales Vétérinaires et Agronomiques, Vice-présidente de la Division Enseignement et Formation de la Société Chimique de France

Enseignement de la chimie physique au programme du concours B  d’accès aux écoles vétérinaires, enseignement de la chimie de la couleur

  • Amélie Demoulin

Ingénieure d’études à Aix Marseille Université (Engineer)

Techniques des sciences des matériaux – Caractérisation

    Activités : Electrochimie, synthèse de nanotubes de TiO2, caractérisations (MEB - EDS, DRX,…) / Electrochemistry, TiO2 nanotubes synthesis, characterizations (SEM-EDS, XRD,…).

  • Thierry Djenizian

 

Professeur de l’Ecole des Mines de Saint Etienne (Professor), Chef du département « Electronique flexible » au Centre de Microelectronique de Provence

   Recherche: Electrochimie, nanomatériaux, stockage et conversion de l’énergie, microbatteries Li-ion / Electrochemistry, nanomaterials, Energy storage and conversion,Li-ion microbatteries

    Enseignement: Electrochimie et matériaux pour le stockage de l’énergie

  • Marielle Eyraud

Enseignant – Chercheur à Aix Marseille Université (Assistant professor)

   Recherche: Electrochimie, mécanisme d’électrodéposition (métaux, alliage, oxydes, polymères), nanostructuration électrochimique, corrosion / Electrochemistry, electrodeposition mecanism (metals, alloys, oxides and polymers), nanostructuration, corrosion

    Enseignement: Responsable de parcours Master Matériaux (2007 - 2015)

chimie des solutions, électrochimie, corrosion, élaboration de matériaux

  • Virginie Hornebecq

Enseignant – Chercheur à Aix Marseille Université (Assistant professor), HDR

  Recherche: Design de matériaux poreux fonctionnels pour la Santé et l'Energie / Design of functionnal porous materials for Health and Energy

   Enseignement: Responsable de parcours Master 2 Matériaux. Directrice adjointe du département de chimie (2012 - 2016)

Solid state chemistry, cristallochimie, diffraction des rayons X, méthodes sol-gel, élaboration de poudres et de céramiques, thermodynamique, cinétique.

  • Philippe Knauth

Professeur d’Aix Marseille Université (Professor)

  Recherche: Conducteurs ioniques solides, ionomères, conduction ionique aux interfaces, nanomatériaux pour l'énergie

   Enseignement: Directeur du département de chimie (2017-...). Responsable du master Erasmus Mundus.

Thermodynamique et Electrochimie des matériaux, Physical chemistry of solids

  • Chrystelle Lebouin

Enseignant – Chercheur à Aix Marseille University (Assistant professor)

   Recherche: Electrochimie, synthèse de matériaux nanométriques et nanostructurés, Caractérisation, Energie / Electrochemistry, synthesis of nanomaterials, Characterization, Energy.

   Enseignement: Electrochimie, Production et stockage électrochimique de l’énergie , chimie inorganique (TP), élaboration (Cours, TP) – Licence 3, Master

  • Katrin Pelzer

Chercheur CNRS (Researcher)

Chimie des composés organometalliques, synthèse de nanoparticules / Organometallics chemistry, nanoparticles synthesis

  • Florence Vacandio

Responsable d’équipe

Team manager

Enseignant – Chercheur à Aix Marseille University (Assistant professor)

   Recherche: Electrochimie, nanostructuration, dépôts de films minces par Pulvérisation Cathodique, énergie, microbatteries

 / Electrochemistry, nanostructuration, deposition of thin films by PVD, energy, microbattery.

   Enseignement: Responsable du Master 1 Matériaux. De la Licence au Master : en Chimie inorganique, Chimie des solutions, Electrochimie et en physico-Chimie des Matériaux (Corrosion, élaboration de films minces etc...).

 

Personnel non permanent / Non-permanent staff

Visensia ADE SUGIAWATI, PhD

(2016 – 2019)

Hybrid Solar all solid state Micro-battery.   Supervisors : T. Djenizian, F. Vacandio.

funds by Region PACA, partnership with the company TRAXENS

Ahmad BAHRAMIAN, PhD

(2016 – 2019)

Enhanced protection of electronic modules: metallic films synthesis and corrosion study.   Supervisors : P. Knauth, M. Eyraud.

Funds by A*MIDEX project APODIZE

Eva BENOVA, PhD

(2015 – 2019)

Design of advanced nanoporous materials for the controlled deliver of drugs.   Supervisors : V. Hornebecq, V. Zelenak.

Funds by the French Ambassy, Cotutelle with University P.J. SAFARIK, Kosice, Slovaquia

Michele BRAGLIA, PhD

(2015 – 2018)

Microscale energy storage and conversion.   Supervisors : P. Knauth, T. Djenizian.

Funds by A*MIDEX project MESC

Ivan Vito FERRARI, PhD

(2014 – 2017)

Anion conducting membranes for electrochemical energy technologies.   Supervisors : P. Knauth, F. Vacandio.

Funding and cotutelle with University of Rome Tor Vergata

Girish SALIAN, PhD

(2015 – 2018)

Fabrication and characterization of self-rechargeable nTiO2 based all solid state micro-batteries through connection with a rectennas based device.   Supervisors : T. Djenizian, C. Lebouin.

Funds by A*MIDEX project ETNA

Alexander TESFAYE, PhD

(2014 – 2017)

Control the SEI formation on Sn-based negative electrodes for high performance Li-ion batteries.   Supervisors : T. Djenizian.

Funds by the ALISTORE European research institue

Ephrem Terefe WELDEKIDAN, PhD

(2016 – 2019)

Design of Li+ conducting porous hybrid materials for the development of Li battery electrolytes   Supervisors : V. Hornebecq, C. Lebouin.

Funds by Ministry of Higher Educational and Research (AMU Ecole Doctorale 352)

Yasemin YÜCEL, PhD

(2016 – 2019)

Fabrication devolpment of an all solid state micro-battery based on nanostructured materials.   Supervisors : T. Djenizian, Florence Vacandio.

Funds by CIFRE contract with the company TRAXENS.

 

Anciens collaborateurs / Previous collaborators

Luca Pasquini (PhD, 2015)

Astrid DeClerq (PhD, 2015)

Riccardo Narducci (PhD, 2014)

Nareerat Plyhahan (PhD, 2013)

Mingxuan Zhu (PhD, 2013)

Nana Amponsah Kyerenmateng (PhD, 2012)

 

Projets et Collaborations / Projects and Collaborations

Projets Nationaux

SCREAM, Micro-batterie solaire hybride tout solide, Région / Société TRAXENS, 2015 - 2018

COMMEDIA, Les couleurs des manuscrits médiévaux, Région, 2015 - 2017

APODISE, Autonomous POrtable DIgital Secure Element, A*MIDEX (AMU), 2014 - 2016

ETNA, Energy Storage by direct conversion of ElecTromagnetic Radiation Captured within Nano-Antennas, A*MIDEX (AMU), 2014 - 2016

MESC, Micro-scale Energy Storage and Conversion, A*MIDEX (AMU), 2014 - 2016

Projets Internationaux

LOLIPEM (Long-life proton exchange membranes) European project (FP7 FCH-JU). http://www.lolipem.eu

Réseaux Nationaux et internationaux

  • Laboratoire Matériaux Ionomère pour l’Energie (LIME)

Laboratoire International Associé (LIA) : AMU, CNRS, Università di Roma Tor Vergata (Rome 2)

  • Convention avec l’Ecole des Mines de Saint Etienne ( Campus Georges, Charpak, Gardanne)
  • Partenaire du Laboratoire d’Excellence StoreEx
  • Partenaire du Réseau National sur le Stockage Electrochimique de l’Energie (RS2E, FR 3459)

 

  • Trento University, Italy
  • Al Farabi Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan
 

Publications

2012 - A aujourd'hui

 

  1. G. D. Salian, C. Lebouin, A. Demoulin, M.S. Lepihin, S. Maria, A.K. Galeyeva, A.P. Kurbatov, T. Djenizian, Journal of Power Sources 340 (2017) 242
  2. P. Knauth, G. F. Harrington, S. R. Bishop, H. Saltsburg, H. L. Tuller, CeO2 Nanorods and Nanocubes: Impact of Nanoparticle Shape on Dilatometry and Electrical Properties, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 99, 2415-2421 (2016).
  3. R. Narducci, L. Pasquini, J.-F. Chailan, P. Knauth, M. L. Di Vona, Low-Permeability Poly(ether Ether Ketone)-Based Ampholytic Membranes, ChemPlusChem, 81, 550-556 (2016).
  4. V. Morizur, M. Braglia, S. Olivero, J.-R. Desmurs, P. Knauth, E. Dunach, New aromatic polymer electrolytes for application in lithium metal batteries, New Journal of Chemistry, 40, 7840-7845 (2016).
  5. V. A. Sugiawati, F. Vacandio, M. Eyraud, P. Knauth, T. Djenizian, Porous NASICON-Type Li3Fe2(PO4)3 Thin Film Deposited by RF Sputtering as Cathode Material for Li-Ion Microbatteries, Nanoscale Research Letters, 11, 365 (2016).
  6. M. Braglia, I. V. Ferrari, F. Vacandio, P. Knauth, M. L. Di Vona, Anodic Electropolymerization of Sulfonated Poly(phenyl ether): Study of Precursor Isomers and Polymer Growth, ChemistrySelect 1, 3114-3119 (2016).
  7. Mechanical Properties of Anion Exchange Membranes by Combination of Tensile Stress-Strain Tests and Dynamic Mechanical Analysis, Narducci, R.; Chailan, J. -F.; Fahs, A.; Pasquini, L.; Di Vona, M.L.; Knauth, P., JOURNAL OF POLYMER SCIENCE PART B-POLYMER PHYSICS, 2016, 54, 1180-118
  8. Core-shell Pd-Pt nanocubes for the CO oxidation, De Clercq, A.; Margeat, O.; Sitja, G.; Henry, C. R.; Giorgio, S., JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS, 2016, 336, 33-40
  9. Pd surface and Pt subsurface segregation in Pt1-cPdc nanoalloys, De Clercq, A.; Giorgio, S.; Mottet, C., JOURNAL OF PHYSICS-CONDENSED MATTER, 2016, 28, 64006
  10. Electrochemical Deposition of Indium: Nucleation Mode and Diffusional Limitation, Rakhymbay, G.; Nauryzbayev, M. K.; Burkitbayeva, B. D.; Argimbaeva, A. M.; Jumanova, R.; Kurbatov, A. P.; Eyraud, M.; Knauth, P.; Vacandio, F., RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF ELECTROCHEMISTRY, 2016, 52, 99-105
  11. LoLiPEM: Long life proton exchange membrane fuel cells, Barbieri, G.; Brunetti, A.; Di Vona, M. L.; Sgreccia, E.; Knauth, P.; Hou, H. Y.; Hempelmann, R.; Arena, F.; Beretta, L. D.; Bauer, B.; Schuster, M.; Osso, J. O.; Vega, L. F., INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 2016, 41, 1921-1934
  12. Effects of anion substitution on hydration, ionic conductivity and mechanical properties of anion-exchange membranes, Pasquini, L.; Di Vona, M. L.; Knauth, P., NEW JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY, 2016, 40, 3671-3676
  13. Fluoride-ion-conducting Polymers: Ionic Conductivity and Fluoride Ion Diffusion Coefficient in Quaternized Polysulfones, Pasquini, L.; Ziarelli, F.; Viel, S.; Di Vona, M.L.; Knauth, P., CHEMPHYSCHEM, 2015, 16, 3631-3636
  14. High energy and power density TiO2 nanotube electrodes for single and complete lithium-ion batteries, Plylahan, N; Letiche, M; Barr, MKS; Ellis, B; Maria, S; Phan, TNT; Bloch, E; Knauth, P; Djenizian, T, JOURNAL OF POWER SOURCES, 2015, 273, 1182-1188
  15. Mechanism study of Li+ insertion into titania nanotubes, Plylahan, N.; Demoulin, A.; Lebouin, C.; Knauth, P.; Djenizian, T., RSC ADVANCES, 2015, 5, 28474-28477
  16. Effect of electrodeposition duration on the morphological and structural modification of the flower-like nanostructured ZnO, Ahmed, N. Ait; Hammache, H.; Makhloufi, L.; Eyraud, M.; Sam, S.; Keffous, A.; Gabouze, N., VACUUM, 2015, 120, 100-106
  17. Porous Silicon Nanotube Arrays as Anode Material for Li-Ion Batteries., Tesfaye, A. T; Gonzalez, Roberto; Coffer, Jeffery L; Djenizian, T., ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES, 2015, 7, 20495-
  18. Detection of Rhodamine 6G at low concentrations using Raman Spectroscopy: A comparison between Ag and Aubased nanoporous substrates, Fernand, D.; Berge-Lefranc, D.; Pardanaud, C.; Phan, T. N. T.; Merlen, A.; Hornebecq, V., EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL-SPECIAL TOPICS, 2015, 224, 2001-2010
  19. Synthesis of Carbon/Sulfur Nanolaminates by Electrochemical Extraction of Titanium from Ti2SC, Zhao, M.-Q.; Sedran, M.; Ling, Z.; Lukatskaya, M. R.; Mashtalir, O.; Ghidiu, M.; Dyatkin, B.; Tallman, D. J.; Djenizian, T.; Barsoum, M. W.; Gogotsi, Yury, ANGEWANDTE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL EDITION, 2015, 54, 4810-4814
  20. Simple approach for the fabrication of PEDOT-coated Si nanowires, Zhu, M.; Eyraud, M.; Le Rouzo, J.; Ahmed, N.A.; Boulc'h, F.; Alfonso, C.; Knauth, P.; Flory, F., BEILSTEIN JOURNAL OF NANOTECHNOLOGY, 2015, 6, 640-650
  21. Study of compaction and sintering of nanosized oxide powders by in situ electrical measurements and dilatometry: Nano CeO2-case study, Knauth, P.; Engel, J.; Bishop, S. R.; Tuller, H.L., JOURNAL OF ELECTROCERAMICS, 2015, 34, 82-90
  22. Anion-conducting sulfaminated aromatic polymers by acid functionalization, Pasquini, L.; Knauth, P.; Pelzer, K.; Di Vona, M. L., RSC ADVANCES, 2015, 5, 56636-56644
  23. In situ dilatometric and impedance spectroscopic study of core-shell like structures: insights into the exceptional catalytic activity of nanocrystalline Cu-doped CeO2, Knauth, P.; Saltsburg, H.; Engel, J.; Tuller, Harry L., JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY A, 2015, 3, 8369-8379
  24. Novel lithium and sodium salts of sulfonamides and bis(sulfonyl)imides: synthesis and electrical conductivity, Morizur, V; Olivero, S; Desmurs, JR; Knauth, P; Dunach, E, NEW JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY, 2014, 38, 6193-6197
  25. Growth of Pt-Pd Nanoparticles Studied In Situ by HRTEM in a Liquid Cell, De Clercq A., Dachraoui W, Margeat O, Pelzer K., Henry C., Giorgio S., JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LETTERS, 2014, 12, 2126-2130
  26. Anion-conducting ionomers: Study of type of functionalizing amine and macromolecular cross-linking, Di Vona, ML; Narducci, R; Pasquini, L; Pelzer, K; Knauth, P, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 2014, 39, 14039-14049
  27. Theoretical and experimental infrared spectra of hydrated and dehydrated sulfonated poly(ether ether ketone), Doan, J; Kingston, E; Kendrick, I; Anderson, K; Dimakis, N; Knauth, P; Di Vona, ML; Smotkin, ES, POLYMER, 2014, 55, 4671-4676
  28. Three-Dimensional Self-Supported Metal Oxides for Advanced Energy Storage, Ellis, BL; Knauth, P; Djenizian, T, ADVANCED MATERIALS, 2014, 26, 3368-3397
  29. Study of compaction and sintering of nano-sized oxide powders by in situ electrical measurements and dilatometry: nano-CeO2 case study, Knauth P, Engel J, Bishop S.R, Tuller H.L., JOURNAL OF ELECTROCERAMICS, 2014, DOI 10.1007/s10832-014-9946-9
  30. Chemomechanics of acidic ionomers: Hydration isotherms and physical model, Knauth, P; Sgreccia, E; Di Vona, ML, JOURNAL OF POWER SOURCES, 2014, 267, 692-699
  31. Cation-conducting ionomers made by ion exchange of sulfonated poly-ether-ether-ketone: Hydration, mechanical and thermal properties and ionic conductivity, Narducci, R; Di Vona, ML; Knauth, P, JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE SCIENCE, 2014, 465, 185-192
  32. All-solid-state lithium-ion batteries based on self-supported titania nanotubes, Plylahan, N; Letiche, M; Barr, MKS; Djenizian, T, ELECTROCHEMISTRY COMMUNICATIONS, 2014, 43, 121-124
  33. Enhanced electrochemical performance of Lithium-ion batteries by conformal coating of polymer electrolyte, Plylahan, N; Maria, S; Phan, TNT; Letiche, M; Martinez, H; Courreges, C; Knauth, P; Djenizian, T, NANOSCALE RESEARCH LETTERS, 2014, 9, 544
  34. Nanodiamond particles/reduced graphene oxide composites as efficient supercapacitor electrodes, Wang, Q; Plylahan, N; Shelke, M.-V.; Devarapalli, RR; Li, MS; Subramanian, P; Djenizian, T; Boukherroub, R; Szunerits, S, CARBON, 2014, 68, 175-184
  35. New insight into the mechanism of cathodic electrodeposition of zinc oxide thin films onto vitreous carbon, Ahmed, NA; Eyraud, M; Hammache, H; Vacandio, F; Sam, S; Gabouze, N; Knauth, P; Pelzer, K; Djenizian, T, ELECTROCHIMICA ACTA, 2013, 94, 238-244
  36. Sulfonated Aromatic Polymers as Proton-Conducting Solid Electrolytes for Fuel Cells: a Short Review, Di Vona, ML; Knauth, P, ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PHYSIKALISCHE CHEMIE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY & CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 2013, 227, 595-614
  37. Solid Proton Conductors: Oxides and Polymers, Di Vona, ML; Knauth, P; Roziere, J; Norby, T, FUEL CELLS, 2013, 13, 004-005
  38. Cross-linked sulfonated aromatic ionomers via SO2 bridges: Conductivity properties, Di Vona, ML; Pasquini, L; Narducci, R; Pelzer, K; Donnadio, A; Casciola, M; Knauth, P, JOURNAL OF POWER SOURCES, 2013, 243, 488-493
  39. Electrochemistry and nanotechnologies: The new challenges Foreword, Djenizian, T; Hanbucken, M; SanT.cci, L; Schweizer, S; Simon, N; Wehrspohn, R, COMPTES RENDUS CHIMIE, 2013, 16, 004-006
  40. In situ study of electrochromic properties of self-assembled TiO2 nanotubes, Hanzu, Ilie; Hornebecq, V.; Djenizian, T.; Knauth, P., COMPTES RENDUS CHIMIE, 2013, 16, 96-102
  41. Thermal crosslinked and nanodiamond reinforced SPEEK composite membrane for PEMFC, Hou, HY; Polini, R; Di Vona, ML; Liu, XX; Sgreccia, E; Chailan, JF; Knauth, P, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 2013, 38, 3346-3351
  42. Electropolymerization of sulfonated phenol by cyclic voltammetry , Hou, HY; Vacandio, F; Di Vona, ML; Knauth, P, JOURNAL OF APPLIED POLYMER SCIENCE, 2013, 129, 1151-1156
  43. Proton Mobility in Sulfonated PolyEtherEtherKetone (SPEEK): Influence of Thermal Crosslinking and Annealing, Knauth, P; Pasquini, L; Maranesi, B; Pelzer, K; Polini, R; Di Vona, ML, FUEL CELLS, 2013, 13, 79-85
  44. Electrodeposited copolymer electrolyte into nanostructured titania electrodes for 3D Li-ion microbatteries, Kyeremateng, NA; Dumur, F; Knauth, P; Pecquenard, B; Djenizian, T, COMPTES RENDUS CHIMIE, 2013, 16, 80-88
  45. The electrochemical behaviour of TiO2 nanotubes with Co3O4 or NiO submicron particles: Composite anode materials for Li-ion micro batteries, Kyeremateng, NA; Lebouin, C; Knauth, P; Djenizian, T, ELECTROCHIMICA ACTA, 2013, 88, 814-820
  46. Sulfidated TiO2 nanotubes: A potential 3D cathode material for Li-ion micro batteries, Kyeremateng, NA; Plylahan, N; dos Santos, ACS; Taveira, LV; Dick, LFP; Djenizian, T, CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, 2013, 49, 4205-4207
  47. Effect of Sn-doping on the electrochemical behaviour of TiO2 nanotubes as potential negative electrode materials for 3D Li-ion micro batteries, Kyeremateng, NA; Vacandio, F; Sougrati, MT; Martinez, H; Jumas, JC; Knauth, P; Djenizian, T, JOURNAL OF POWER SOURCES, 2013, 224, 269-277
  48. Cross-Linking of Sulfonated Poly(ether ether ketone) by Thermal Treatment: How Does the Reaction Occur?, Maranesi, B; Hou, H; Polini, R; Sgreccia, E; Alberti, G; Narducci, R; Knauth, P; Di Vona, ML, FUEL CELLS, 2013, 13, 107-117
  49. Stability of SG1 nitroxide towards unprotected sugar and lithium salts: a preamble to cellulose modification by nitroxide-mediated graft polymerization, Moreira G, Charles L, Major M, Vacandio F, Guillaneuf Y, Lefay C, Gigmes D, BEILSTEIN JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, 2013, 9, 1589-1600
  50. High performance sulfonated aromatic ionomers by solvothermal macromolecular synthesis, Di Vona, ML; Alberti, G; Sgreccia, E; Casciola, M; Knauth, P, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 2012, 37, 8672-8680
  51. Electrochemical fabrication of oriented ZnO nanorods on TiO2 nanotubes, Eyraud, M; Jimenez-Cadena, G; Chassigneux, C; Vacandio, F; Comini, E; Sberveglieri, G; Djenizian, T, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NANOTECHNOLOGY, 2012, 9, 295-311
  52. Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, Hanbucken, M; Lannoo, M; Blanc, W; Djenizian, T; Santinacci, L, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NANOTECHNOLOGY, 2012, 9, 163-166
  53. Advanced materials for fuel cells Introduction, Hertz, JL; Di Vona, ML; Knauth, P; Tuller, HL, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS RESEARCH, 2012, 27, 1905-1905
  54. Building Bridges: Crosslinking of Sulfonated Aromatic Polymers - a Review, Hou, HY; Di Vona, ML; Knauth, P, JOURNAL OF MEMBRANE SCIENCE, 2012, 423-424, 113-127
  55. Crosslinked SPEEK membranes: Mechanical, thermal, and hydrothermal properties, Hou, HY; Maranesi, B; Chailan, JF; Khadhraoui, M; Polini, R; Di Vona, ML; Knauth, P, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS RESEARCH, 2012, 27, 1950-1957
  56. Sulfonated polyphenyl ether by electropolymerization, Hou, HY; Vacandio, F; Di Vona, ML; Knauth, P, ELECTROCHIMICA ACTA, 2012, 81, 58-63
  57. Sulfonated aromatic ionomers: Analysis of proton conductivity and proton mobility, Knauth, P; Di Vona, ML, SOLID STATE IONICS, 2012, 225, 255-259
  58. Electrochemical Fabrication and Properties of Highly Ordered Fe-Doped TiO2 Nanotubes, Kyeremateng, Nana A.; Hornebecq, V.; Martinez, H.; Knauth, P.; Djenizian, T., CHEMPHYSCHEM, 2012, 13(16), 3707-3713
  59. Properties of Sn-doped TiO2 nanotubes fabricated by anodization of co-sputtered Ti-Sn thin films, Kyeremateng, Nana Amponsah; Hornebecq, V.; Knauth, P.; Djenizian, T., ELECTROCHIMICA ACTA, 2012, 62, 192-198

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