Nanochimie et Systèmes Moléculaires (Nanochem) (No

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Nanochimie et Systèmes Moléculaires (Nanochem) (No
Liaison Entreprises et Universités
University of Liège
Faculté des Sciences
Chimie
Nanochimie et Systèmes Moléculaires
(Nanochem)
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afm imaging, molecular manipulation, molecular recognition, surface modification,
Nanotechnology
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Elodie Naveau
Technology Transfer Officer
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Laboratory contact details
Laboratory Head
General Contact
Prof. Duwez Anne-Sophie
 Allée du Six Août,
3
B-4000 Liège
Belgique
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Main study areas and research topics
The research of the Nanochemistry group is concerned with the design of scanning probes (SPM) and the development of
SPM-based methods to manipulate matter and modify it at the single molecule level. This includes manipulation and
transport of molecules, molecule by molecule assembly, molecular recognition by AFM-based force spectroscopy,
mechanochemistry on single macromolecules, development of smart molecular systems and organic functional surfaces,
able to perform specific tasks, such as the conversion of energy, at the single molecule level.
Last Research Project
Nanoforces: From theory to applications towards the implementation of molecular devices (sensors, logic machines,
and patterned surfaces)
Integration of molecular assemblies into micromechanical devices and force sensors
Simple chemical reactions, Dip-pen nanolithography, and mechanochemistry on single molecules: combining the
best from the three worlds
Biocoat: Biomimetic nano-coatings on square meters Functional Supramolecular Systems Chemistry, Mechanics,
and Single Molecules: Tooling Up for Nano(bio)technology
Extraordinary engineering equipments
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Extraordinary engineering equipments
Atomic force microscopes with molecular recognition
Services proposal
Topography studies Molecular recognition studies Roughness studies
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