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Matière et rayonnement


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Le groupe Matière et rayonnement couvre un domaine d’activité étendu. Les membres du groupe se répartissent sur les trois grandes thématiques du laboratoire : fermions corrélés, nanosciences et matière molle.


Publications récentes :


  • Ben Lakhdar A, Daudon M, Mathieu M-C, Kellum A, Balleyguier C, Bazin D. Underlining the complexity of the structural and chemical characteristics of ectopic calcifications in breast tissues through FE-SEM and μFTIR spectroscopy. Comptes Rendus Chimie. 2016.

  • Berès F, Isaac J, Mouton L, et al. Comparative Physicochemical Analysis of Pulp Stone and Dentin. Journal of Endodontics. 2016;42(3):432-438.

  • Briceño-Ahumada Z, Soltero A, Maldonado A, Perez J, Langevin D, Impéror-Clerc M. On the use of shear rheology to formulate stable foams. Example of a lyotropic lamellar phase. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects. 2016;507:110-117.

  • Chattopadhyay S, Balédent V, Damay F, et al. Evidence of multiferroicity in NdMn 2 O 5. Physical Review B. 2016;93(10). Available at:

  • Dalla Bernardina S, Paineau E, Brubach J-B, et al. Water in Carbon Nanotubes: The Peculiar Hydrogen Bond Network Revealed by Infrared Spectroscopy. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2016;138(33):10437-10443.

  • Dessombz A, Coulibaly G, Kirakoya B, et al. Structural elucidation of silica present in kidney stones coming from Burkina Faso. Comptes Rendus Chimie. 2016.

  • Esteve E, Bazin D, Jouanneau C, et al. How to assess the role of Pt and Zn in the nephrotoxicity of Pt anti-cancer drugs?: An investigation combining μXRF and statistical analysis. Part II: Clinical application. Comptes Rendus Chimie. 2016.

  • Fernandes SN, Almeida PL, Monge N, et al. Mind the Microgap in Iridescent Cellulose Nanocrystal Films. Advanced Materials. 2016.

  • Godinho MH, Pieranski P, Sotta P. Hygroscopic study of hydroxypropylcellulose: Structure and strain-induced birefringence of capillary bridges. The European Physical Journal E. 2016;39(9).

  • Kaščáková S, Kewish CM, Rouzière S, et al. Rapid and reliable diagnosis of Wilson disease using X-ray fluorescence: Rapid diagnosis of Wilson disease by XRF. The Journal of Pathology: Clinical Research. 2016.