Physico-chemical characterization is the keystone to fully understand the material properties. This topical issue has collected almost 30 contributions reflecting the latest developments on the topic. It includes, but is not limited to spectroscopic characterization, characterisation of materials by using neutrons as source, development of alternative synthetic routes of nanoparticles, microwave assisted synthesis, preparation of polymeric nanocomposites, archaeometric investigation of ancient materials.

Berrettoni, M., Leonelli, C., Saladino ML (2023). Physico-chemical approaches in materials investigations. MATERIALS LETTERS, 342, 1-1 [10.1016/j.matlet.2023.134329].

Physico-chemical approaches in materials investigations

Saladino ML
2023-07-01

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Physico-chemical characterization is the keystone to fully understand the material properties. This topical issue has collected almost 30 contributions reflecting the latest developments on the topic. It includes, but is not limited to spectroscopic characterization, characterisation of materials by using neutrons as source, development of alternative synthetic routes of nanoparticles, microwave assisted synthesis, preparation of polymeric nanocomposites, archaeometric investigation of ancient materials.
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Settore CHIM/02 - Chimica Fisica
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Berrettoni, M., Leonelli, C., Saladino ML (2023). Physico-chemical approaches in materials investigations. MATERIALS LETTERS, 342, 1-1 [10.1016/j.matlet.2023.134329].
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