Marie-Emmanuelle Boulon

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Most standard geotechnical in situ tests do not allow the direct identification of the constitutive parameters of the soil layers. The use of the finite element method for the design of geotechnical structures is consequently strongly limited by the rough knowledge of the mechanical properties of soil. This fact leads to set the problematic of inverse(More)
The [Dy(tta)3(L)] complex behaves as a single ion magnet both in its crystalline phase and in solution. Experimental and theoretical magnetic anisotropy axes perfectly match and lie along the most electro-negative atoms of the coordination sphere. Both VSM and MCD measurements highlight the robustness of the complex, with persistence of the memory effect(More)
The Ce(III) hydrotris(3,5-dimethylpyrazolyl)borate complex [Ce(Tp Me2)2(κ 2-dmpz)] (1) (Tp Me2 = {HB(dmpz)3} − ; dmpz = 3,5-dimethylpyrazolide) was isolated in fair yield from the reaction of [Ce(I)3(THF)4] with two equivalents of [K(Tp Me2)] via the facile decomposition of Tp Me2. [Ce(Tp Me2)2(bipy)] (2) was synthesized in poor yield by the " one-pot "(More)
Magneto-chiral dichroism (MχD) is a non-reciprocal, i. e. directional, effect observed in magnetised chiral systems featuring an unbalanced absorption of unpolarised light depending on the direction of the magnetisation. Despite the fundamental interest in a phenomenon breaking both parity and time reversal symmetries, MχD is one of the least investigated(More)
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