We investigate new materials composed of Quantum dots and graphene using self-assembled systems obtained with surfactant and polymers previously characterized by the group. The main objective is to obtain a rational basis for the use of these nanomaterials in their numerous technological applications. Therefore, we study the effect of the self-assembled materials on the structure and properties of these new nanomaterials.
Publications:Evolution of the Raman Spectrum with the Chemical Composition of Graphene Oxide. (2017)
Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 121, 20489−20497, 2017
Influence of 3D aggregation on the photoluminescence dynamics of CdSe quantum dot films (2017)
Journal of Luminescence, 183, 113–120, 2017
Langmuir-Blodgett Methodology: a Versatile Technique to Build 2D Material Films (2016)
Two-dimensional Materials: Synthesis, Characterization and Potential Applications, ISBN 978-953- 51-4813- 5, 2016, Chapter 2, 21-42.
Development and In Vitro Evaluation of a Novel Drug Delivery System (Albumin Microspheres Containing Liposomes) Applied to Vancomycin. (2016)
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 105, 2180-2187, 2016.
Modulating the Optoelectronic Properties of Silver Nanowires Films: Effect of Capping Agent and Deposition Technique. (2015)
Materials 8 (11), 7622-7633, 2015.
Role of the Structure of Graphene Oxide Sheets on the CO2 Adsorption Properties of Nanocomposites Based on Graphene Oxide and Polyaniline or Fe3O4‑Nanoparticles (2019)
ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng. 2019, 7, 12464−12473