Computational-chemistry Research Projects

Computational-chemistry research projects

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The properties of nanoparticles or nanostructured surfaces, their interaction with organic molecules, and their potential applications in medicine, chemical sensors, nanolasers and solar cells, along with the behaviour of H-bonded systems such as ice crystals, methane hydrate clathrate structures, liquid water and water clusters. These are research areas that we study using modern computational-chemistry methods.

A Gd2O3 nanoparticle capped by a layer of tetramethoxysilane

Projects

Contact:
Lars Ojamäe

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