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Our ultrafast boys in collaboration with colleagues from Ruđer Bošković Institute published their work in Journal of Organic Chemistry where, using femtosecond laser spectroscopy, they investigated several photochemical reactions of carbene formation from diazoalkanes in anti-Kasha reactions.
Our colleagues A. L. Brkić, M. Rakić and H. Skenderović in collaboration with V. Cviljušac from the Faculty of Graphic Arts published a paper dealing with a new method of calculating, fast printing of holograms, and hologram engraving in glass by femtosecond laser pulses.
Our colleagues Iva Šrut Rakić and Marko Kralj, in collaboration with prof. Biljan from the Department of Chemistry, studied the polymerization of nitroso molecules on gold. The significance of this work is that our new near-field microscope was successfully used to identify distinct molecular groups at the nanoscale.
Our colleague Dr. sc. Nikša Krstulović, in collaboration with colleagues from the Ruđer Bošković Institute and colleagues from Spain and the Czech Republic, published a paper in the journal Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical in which he deals with the study of ZnO thin films as gas-sensitive sensors.
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Our colleagues from Institute of Physics, and partner institutions presented their recent research at the annual meeting ECMetAC-Days2022.
Our colleagues Antonio Supina and Marko Kralj, in the scope of bilateral collaboration with researchers from Leoben, published a paper in high-ranking npj 2D Materials and Applications. The study demonstrates universal approach to synthesize high-quality networks of nanoribbons from arbitrary 2D materials.
Our scientist Julio Car and Nikša Krstulović developed a method for reconstruction of the size distribution and the concentration of silver colloidal nanoparticles from UV-Vis spectra using fitting function based on Beer-Lambert law, Mie scattering theory in dipole approximation and log-normal size distribution of nanoparticles
Our scientists from the PLASAR group developed a method for synthesis of two-component Ag-doped ZnO nanoparticles. The nanoparticles were analyzed in detail with the help of colleagues from the Vinča Institute. It was shown that Ag ions are incorporated into the crystal lattice of ZnO nanoparticles mostly on their surface, which is very suitable for photocatalysis.
Members of SIMAT group, with PhD student Valentino Jadriško as the leading author, published a paper in the journal FlatChem, where they present results of MBE synthesis of MoS2/graphene heterostructures, subsequent sample transfer on SiO2/Si wafer as the first step to utilize UHV grown 2D materials and related heterostructures in optoelectronic applications.