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Institut de Chimie Physique (ICP)

Laboratory presentation

The Physical Chemistry Institute (ICP) is a multidisciplinary joint research laboratory (UMR 8000) where chemists, biologists and physicists are gathered around several societal challenges in the fields of Health (e.g. oxidative stress and theranostics), Environment (e.g. trace analysis, air and water depollution) and Energy (e.g. fuel cells, biofuels, photo- and/or electro-catalysis), which are explored with both theoretical and experimental approaches. Several theoretical approaches (in the context of the conception of software) and innovative experimental methodologies have been developed (some of them patented) in the ICP, namely the use of gold nanoparticles for therapeutic applications and the study of electron transfer in condensed media in order to unravel the elementary steps in redox reaction mechanisms. Scientific equipment and especially the platforms (CLIO, ELYSE, Gamma Source, SpICy, and Mass Spectrometry) of LCP are opened to academic and industrial collaborations. Several partnerships with the industry are under way, some of them concerning PhD research projects. It should also be stressed that ICP is strongly involved in the teaching of Physical Chemistry and its interfaces at the Paris-Sud Paris-Saclay University, as well as in the popularisation of Science.

The 20 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
Further evidence in favour of a carbanion mechanism for glycolate oxidase Hélène Pasquier, Florence Lederer 05/01/23 FEBS Open Bio
Oxidation of designed model peptides containing methionine, proline and glutamic acid investigated by tandem mass spectrometry and IRMPD spectroscopy Jean Xavier Bardaud 05/01/23 International Journal of Mass Spectrometry
Unintentional formation of nitrate and nitrite ions during nanodiamonds sonication: A source of radical and electron scavengers Florent Ducrozet, H. Girard, Teodor Jianu, Sophie Peulon, Jean Charles Arnault 04/20/23 Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects
Organic Conjugated Trimers with Donor–Acceptor–Donor Structures for Photocatalytic Hydrogen Generation Application Cong Wang, Hynd Remita 04/11/23 Advanced Functional Materials
Radiation-Assisted Hydrolysis of Lignocellulosic Biomass. Mechanistic Study Sarah Al Gharib, Mehran Mostafavi, Jacqueline Belloni 04/01/23 Waste and Biomass Valorization
New insights in the molecular regulation of the NADPH oxidase 2 activity: Negative modulation by Poldip2 Ruy A.N. Louzada, Corinne Dupuy 04/01/23 Free Radical Biology and Medicine
Application of Geant4-DNA for simulating water radiolysis induced by Auger electron-emitting radionuclides Daniel Adjei, Mehran Mostafavi 03/23/23 Journal of Radiation Research
Radiolytic Water Splitting Sensitized by Nanoscale Metal-Organic Frameworks Mehran Mostafavi 03/08/23 Journal of the American Chemical Society
Influence of the environment on the infrared spectrum of alanine: An effective mode analysis Sascha Jähnigen 03/07/23 Journal of Chemical Physics
The Ubiquity of High-Energy Nanosecond Fluorescence in DNA Duplexes T. Gustavsson 03/02/23 Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters
Chemical composition of carbonaceous asteroid Ryugu from synchrotron spectroscopy in the mid- to far-infrared of Hayabusa2-returned samples Emmanuel Dartois 03/01/23 Astronomy and Astrophysics
Adjusting the band gap of CsPbBr<inf>3−y</inf>X<inf>y</inf> (X = Cl, I) for optimal interfacial charge transfer and enhanced photocatalytic hydrogen generation Marija Knezevic, Vien Duong Quach, Isabelle Lampre, Marie Erard, P. Pernot, Christophe Colbeau-Justin, Mohamed Nawfal Ghazzal 02/27/23 Journal of Materials Chemistry A
Pathways of the Dissociative Electron Attachment Observed in 5- and 6-Azidomethyluracil Nucleosides: Nitrogen (N<inf>2</inf>) Elimination vs Azide Anion (N<inf>3</inf><sup>-</sup>) Elimination Daniel Adjei, S. Denisov, Mehran Mostafavi 02/23/23 Journal of Physical Chemistry B
Autoxidation Kinetics of Tetrahydrobiopterin-Giving Quinonoid Dihydrobiopterin the Consideration It Deserves Ayoub Boulghobra, Myriam Bonose, Eskander Alhajji, Antoine Pallandre, Marie Claude Menet, Fathi Moussa 02/01/23 Molecules
IR nanospectroscopy to decipher drug/metal nanoparticle interactions: Towards a better understanding of the spectral signal enhancement and its distribution Jérémie Mathurin, Alexandre Dazzi, Ariane Deniset-Besseau 01/30/23 Applied Surface Science
Structure and bonding patterns in heterometallic organometallics with linear Ln-Pd-Ln motifs Valeriu Cemortan, Carine Clavaguéra 01/20/23 Chemical Science
In situ construction of graphdiyne based heterojunctions by a deprotection-free approach for photocatalytic hydrogen generation Cong Wang, Qian Xu, Mohamed Nawfal Ghazzal, Jian Li 01/18/23 Journal of Materials Chemistry A
Monitoring the Light-induced Isomerisation of the Prototypical Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons C<inf>10</inf>H<inf>8</inf><sup>+</sup> through Ion-Molecule Reactions Corentin Rossi, C. Romanzin, C. Alcaraz, R. Thissen 01/17/23 ChemPhysChem
Determination of Secondary Structure of Proteins by Nanoinfrared Spectroscopy Jehan Waeytens, Alexandre Dazzi 01/17/23 Analytical Chemistry
Fluorescence of Bimolecular Guanine Quadruplexes: From Femtoseconds to Nanoseconds Evangelos Balanikas, T. Gustavsson, Dimitra Markovitsi 01/12/23 Journal of Physical Chemistry B

Number of publications of the laboratory by scientific field (2016-2021)

Every paper can be classified in one or more scientific fields. The figure below shows the lab's number of publications in each scientific field, according to the ASJC classification (Elsevier)