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Dok, Ahmet R. (author), Legat, Thibaut (author), de Coene, Yovan (author), van der Veen, M.A. (author), Verbiest, T. (author), Van Cleuvenbergen, Stijn (author)
In situexperimental studies have been key in uncovering the often elusive pathways of nucleation and crystal growth. In the field of material science and medicine this offers the prospect of controlling crystallization processes to fight disease or tailor materials towards specific applications. To further advance this quest there is a need...
review 2021
Markey, K. (author), Putzeys, T. (author), Horcajada, P. (author), Devic, T. (author), Guillou, N. (author), Wübbenhorst, M. (author), Van Cleuvenbergen, S. (author), Verbiest, T. (author), De Vos, D.E. (author), Van der Veen, M.A. (author)
Polar metal–organic frameworks have potential applications as functional non-linear optical, piezoelectric, pyroelectric and ferroelectric materials. Using second harmonic generation microscopy we found that fluoride doping of the microporous iron(III) terephthalate MOF MIL-53(Fe) induces a polar organization in its structure, which was not...
journal article 2016
Deckers, S. (author), Vandendriessche, S. (author), Cornelis, D. (author), Monnaie, F. (author), Koeckelberghs, G. (author), Asselberghs, I. (author), Verbiest, T. (author), Van der Veen, M.A. (author)
Regioregular poly(3-hexylthiophene)s with chain lengths varying from 5 to 100 monomers are synthesized. Poly(3-hexylthiophene)s show in solution an unexpectedly significant second-order nonlinear optical response. The increase in transition dipole moment upon oligomerisation causes the significant second-order nonlinear optical response.
journal article 2014