Stéphane Cordier

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Here are examined the root uptake and phytotoxicity of octahedral hexamolybdenum clusters on rapeseed plants using the solid state compound Cs(2)Mo(6)Br(14) as cluster precursor. [Mo(6)Br(14)](2-) cluster units are nanosized entities offering a strong and stable emission in the near-infrared region with numerous applications in biotechnology. To investigate(More)
We report a general and simple approach to take control of the color of light-emitting two-luminophore hybrid nanowires (NWs). Our strategy is based on the spatial control at the nanoscale (coaxial geometry) and the spectral selection of the two kinds of luminophores in order to restrict complex charge and energy transfers. Thus, it is possible to control(More)
Low frequency dynamics has been studied in a CH3NH3PbBr3 hybrid perovskite single crystal by using four different spectroscopy techniques: coherent inelastic neutron, Raman and Brillouin scatterings, and ultrasound measurements. Sound velocities were measured over five decades in energy to yield the complete set of elastic constants in a hybrid halide(More)
Drop on Demand inkjet printing is an attractive method for device fabrication. However, the reliability of the key printing steps is still challenging. This explains why versatile functional inks are needed. Epoxy based ink described in this study could solve this critical issue because it can be printed with low drawbacks (satellites droplets, long-lived(More)
Water-in-oil (W/O) microemulsion is a well-suitable confined reacting medium for the synthesis of structured functional nanoparticles of controlled size and shape. During the last decade, it allowed the synthesis of multi-functional silica nanoparticles with morphologies as various as core-shell, homogenous dispersion or both together. The morphology and(More)
Nanostructured silica coated bifunctional nanoparticles based on [Mo(6)Br(14)](2-) units as phosphorescent dye and magnetic gamma-Fe(2)O(3) nanocrystals were synthesized and characterized.