Cesar de Julian Fernandez

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Currently, there is a rising demand for rare-earth elements for a broad range of industrial applications. However, the risk of supply of these strategic materials due to political restrictions, the high environmental impact of their extraction as well as price oscillations have motivated many researchers in finding viable alternatives. We propose nanometric(More)
Ni nanoparticles with a size distribution from 2 to 6 nm, embedded in various organic matrices, were fabricated in ultrahigh vacuum. For this purpose metal free and Ni phthalocyanine, fullerene C(60), and pentacene were coevaporated with Ni. When coevaporated, Ni and H(2)Pc react, leading to the formation of NiPc and Ni nanoparticles. The molecular(More)
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