David López Diáz is a researcher in the Physical Chemistry Department. He carried out his PhD studies in the field of surface properties of Langmuir and Gibbs monolayers formed by binary mixtures of surfactants and polymers.
From 2008 to 2010, he was postdoctoral researcher in the Complex Fluids Group (Institute of Physics) in the National Autonomous University of Mexico. In this period he studied the rheological and micro-rheological properties of surfactant mixtures and he also synthetized Janus particles with asymmetrical properties.
Langmuir 2015, 31, 2697-2705 (2015)''
The Importance of Interbands on the Interpretation of the Raman Spectrum of Graphene Oxide
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2015, 119, 10123 (2015)''
The Role of Oxidative Debris on Graphene Oxide Films
ChemPhysChem 2013, 14, 4002 (2013)''
Evidence of glass transition in thin films of maleic anhydride derivatives: effect of the surfactant coadsorption.
European Physical Journal, 26, 417-425 (2008)''
Variation of the critical micelle concentration with surfactant structure: a simple method to analyze the role of the attractive-repulsive forces on the micellar association.
The Chemical Educador, 12, 327-330 (2007)''
Effect of micelles on the dynamic surface tension of zwitterionic surfactants.
Tenside Surfactant and Detergents, 43, 192 -196 (2006)''
Surface properties of mixed monolayers of sulfobetaines and ionic surfactants.
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 299, 858-866 (2006)''
Synergism in mixtures of zwitterionic and ionic surfactants
Colloids and Surfaces A, 270-271, 153-162 (2005)''