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Graduate in Physics from Technische Universitat Dresden (1987), MSc in Physics from Technische Universitat Dresden (1988) and Ph.D. in Physics from Instituto de Física de São Carlos - USP (1998). He has work experience in Physics, focusing on Liquids and Solids Structure and Crystallography, acting on the following subjects: metallic and ceramic materials, the Rietveld method, materials science and Solid State Physics. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Recently, graphene's interaction with water, ionic solutions and gases came into sharp focus. It was been argued that water could flow anomalously fast over graphitic surfaces, and that flow of aqueous ions and gases through defects in graphene and graphene oxide membranes have very high selectivity. This led to graphene application research in water desalinization, single-molecule DNA ...
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