The E-POM team has a long tradition in the synthesis of POMs and an established expertise in their functionalization and post-functionalization to afford POM-based hybrids. We are particularly interested in their assembly (self-assembly of POM amphiphiles, metal-directed supramolecular assemblies, processing onto electrodes) in relation with several societal issues: (i) environmental challenges and development of improved catalysts for sustainable chemistry, CO2 reduction, sensors; (ii) alternative energies: water photo-dissociation, organic photo-voltaics; (iii) information technologies: switchable molecules for information processing and data storage.


Contact Person: Anna Proust anna.proust@sorbonne-universite.fr
Contact Address: IPCM Sorbonne Universite, 4 Place Jussieu, Case courier 229, 75252 Paris Cedex 05, France
Group website: http://www.ipcm.fr/nouvelle-traduction-1-presentation-742

Available techniques

Multinuclear NMR, EPR, UV-Vis-NIR, electrochemistry, X-ray diffraction


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