The European Chemical Society, EuChemS, is organising the 2019 EuChemS Lecture Awardee Webinar. The online event will be held on Wednesday 23 June, from 15:00 to 16:30 CEST. During this event, David Portehault, EuChemS 2019 Lecturer, will give a talk on “From water to molten salts: geoinspired syntheses and reactivity of nanomaterials“.
Registration link ➡️ HERE
In his EuChemS Lecture, David Portehault will present the recent efforts of the group in taking inspiration from nature, more specifically from geological events, to synthesize original nanomaterials. David will present geo-inspired synthesis conditions, from low temperature chimie douce in water, to liquid-phase synthesis in inorganic molten salts and to high pressures. He will show several cases of inorganic nanomaterials encompassing complex oxides and non-oxides like boron-, nitrogen- and silicon-based solids, discuss their formation pathways and show the unique electrochromic and electrocatalytic properties at stake with these nanoparticle-based materials.
Discover more about the programme and the speakers for this webinar here.