- Research Grants
Rodrigo Queiroz de Albuquerque in research grants and scholarships supported by FAPESP.
Organic light-emitting diodes, OLEDs, or light-emitting electrochemical cells, LECs, very often use Ir(III) complexes as the blue emitter. These complexes can aggregate, decreasing the emission intensity and red shifting the emission peak, which in turn decreases the lifetime of those devices. The understanding of how the structure of an Ir(III) complex influences the dimer formation an...
Host-guest supramolecular systems with Zeolite L can be used in luminescent devices exhibiting several technological applications. In particular, the photoirradiation of organic dyes encapsulated into nanocrystals of Zeolite L can be used to trigger the energy transfer to phthalocyanines functionalized on the outer part of those crystals. Once in the excited state, the phthalocyanine ge...
Understanding the properties of nanoalloys (NLs) and nanoparticles (NPs) of transition metals is very important for the development of new NLs or NPs with desired catalytic properties. Theoretical tools such as molecular dynamics are an efficient way to investigate the properties of these particles. In this project, we analyze the melting point of NPs of Au, Pt, Ni, and Pd through their...
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