Journal Highlight: Understanding surface and interfacial chemistry in functional nanomaterials via solid-state NMR

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  • Published: May 1, 2017
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The use of solid-state NMR for the analysis of nanomaterials such as battery materials, nanocrystals, quantum dots, supramolecular assemblies, drug-delivery systems, ionomers and graphite oxides has been reviewed.

Understanding surface and interfacial chemistry in functional nanomaterials via solid-state NMR

Advanced Materials, 2017, 29, online
Alessandro Marchetti, Juner Chen, Zhenfeng Pang, Shenhui Li, Daishun Ling, Feng Deng and Xueqian Kong

Abstract: Surface and interfacial chemistry is of fundamental importance in functional nanomaterials applied in catalysis, energy storage and conversion, medicine, and other nanotechnologies. It has been a perpetual challenge for the scientific community to get an accurate and comprehensive picture of the structures, dynamics, and interactions at interfaces. Here, some recent examples in the major disciplines of nanomaterials are selected (e.g., nanoporous materials, battery materials, nanocrystals and quantum dots, supramolecular assemblies, drug-delivery systems, ionomers, and graphite oxides) and it is shown how interfacial chemistry can be addressed through the perspective of solid-state NMR characterization techniques.

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