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Low-temperature H(2) sensing in self-assembled organotin thin films.
Synthesis of a manganese oxide nanocomposite through heteroepitaxy in aqueous medium.
Sol-gel encapsulation of cells is not limited to silica : bacteria long-term viability in alumina matrices.
Hybrid bidentate ligand for functional recognition : an application to regioselective C=C double bond hydrogenation.
Highly regioselective terminal alkynes hydroformylation and Pauson-Khand reaction catalysed by mesoporous organised zirconium oxide based powders.
Electrochemical evidences of morphological transformation in ordered mesoporous titanium oxide thin films.
In situ evaluation of interfacial affinity in CeO2 based hybrid nanoparticlesby pulsed field gradient NMR
New hybrid organic-inorganicnanocomposites based on functional [Ti16O16(OEt)24(OEMA)8] nano-fillers.
A general one-pot process leading to highly functionalised ordered mesoporous silica films.
Iron oxide chemistry. From molecular clusters to extended solid networks
Phosphinine stabilisedgold nanoparticles ; synthesis and immobilisation on mesoporous materials.
New P¨Oligand grafted on periodically organised mesoporous silicas for one-pot bifunctionnalcatalysis : coupling of base catalysed Knoevenagel condensation with in situRh cataysed hydrogenation.
Advanced selective optical sensorsbased on periodically organized mesoporous hybrid silica thin films.
First in situ SAXS studies of the mesostructuration of spericalsilica and titania particles during spray-drying process.
Assembly of a polyoxometalate into an anisotropic gel
Structural control in selk-standing mesostructured silica oriented membranes and xerogels.
Nanotectonic approach of the texturation of CeO2 basd nanomaterials.
Phase transformation during cubic mesostructured silica film formation.
Design of silica-coated microcapsules for bioencapsulation
Design and post-functionalisation of ordered mesoporous zirconia thin films.
On a new catalyzed silylation of alcohols by phenylhydrosilanes.