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The E-POM team claims a strong expertise in molecular inorganic chemistry, in the synthesis of polymetallic coordination complexes including polyoxometalates (nano-scaled molecular oxides or POMs) and polycyanometalates, up to mesoscopic assemblies.

We are thus able to provide tailor-made advanced architectures or functionalized building blocks to address several societal issues related to :
- environmental challenges : development of improved catalysts for sustainable chemistry, CO2 reduction, sensors
- alternative energies : water photodissociation, organic photovoltaics
- information technologies : switchable molecules for information processing and data storage.
- health : POMs amyloid peptide interactions.

The molecular structures and the electronic, optical and/or magnetic properties of the inorganic platforms we are handling are investigated by many characterization techniques, especially multinuclear multi-nuclear NMR, electrochemistry, absorption spectroscopies, X-ray diffraction, EPR, SQUID, PPMS, scanning probe microscopies.

Using the tools of molecular inorganic chemistry and supramolecular chemistry, we are exploring the bottom-up approach to (multi)-functional materials for catalysis and molecular nanosciences.

Expertise fields : coordination chemistry, supramolecular chemistry, surface chemistry, catalysis

Keywords : heteropolymetallic complexes, polycyanometalates, polyoxometalates, organic-inorganic hybrids, dendrimers, self-assembled architectures, thin films, spin reservoirs, electron reservoirs

Networking :
International Research Network CNRS IRN-POM SMART MOLECULAR OXIDES

GDR CNRS Solar Fuels

Contact us

Sorbonne Université,
4 Place Jussieu, 75252 Paris cedex 5

Couloir 43-44 5ème étage
Équipe E-POM

Tel : 33(0)1 44 27 30 34