The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Nanoparticle, Catalysis, Ruthenium, Heterogeneous catalysis and Ligand. Karine Philippot has included themes like Platinum, Stereochemistry and Phosphine in her Nanoparticle study. Catalysis is a subfield of Organic chemistry that she explores.
Her Heterogeneous catalysis research incorporates elements of Benzaldehyde, Suzuki reaction, Palladium, Coupling reaction and Inorganic chemistry. Her work deals with themes such as Ionic liquid, Organometallic chemistry, Transition metal and Adsorption, which intersect with Ligand. The concepts of her Selectivity study are interwoven with issues in Bimetallic strip and Nanotechnology, Carbon nanotube.
Karine Philippot mainly investigates Nanoparticle, Catalysis, Ruthenium, Inorganic chemistry and Ligand. Her Nanoparticle research incorporates themes from Platinum, Photochemistry, Ionic liquid, Metal and Combinatorial chemistry. In her study, Decomposition and Bimetallic strip is strongly linked to Nanotechnology, which falls under the umbrella field of Catalysis.
Her Ruthenium research includes elements of Molecule, Transition metal, Aqueous solution and Borane. She has included themes like Layer, Rhodium, Polyvinylpyrrolidone and Alkyl in her Inorganic chemistry study. Her research integrates issues of Crystallography, Steric effects and Polymer chemistry in her study of Ligand.
Her primary scientific interests are in Nanoparticle, Catalysis, Nanomaterials, Ruthenium and Nanotechnology. Her study in Nanoparticle is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Electrocatalyst, Methanol, Rhodium, Dehydrogenation and Combinatorial chemistry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Photochemistry, Ligand and Polymer chemistry in addition to Catalysis.
She has researched Nanomaterials in several fields, including Formic acid, Metal and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Her Ruthenium research includes themes of Hydrogen evolution, Water splitting, Transition metal and Physical chemistry. Her work deals with themes such as Chemical transformation and Metal catalyst, which intersect with Nanotechnology.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Catalysis, Nanoparticle, Ruthenium, Nanotechnology and Platinum. Her studies in Catalysis integrate themes in fields like Ligand and Polymer chemistry. The Ligand study combines topics in areas such as Combinatorial chemistry, Electrocatalyst, Hydrogen evolution and Photochemistry.
Her Polymer chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Ammonia borane, Methanol and Platinum nanoparticles. In general Nanotechnology study, her work on Nanomaterials often relates to the realm of Carbon footprint, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Her work carried out in the field of Dehydrogenation brings together such families of science as Nanochemistry, Molecule and Borane.
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An efficient strategy to drive nanoparticles into carbon nanotubes and the remarkable effect of confinement on their catalytic performance.
Eva Castillejos;Pierre-Jean Debouttière;Pierre-Jean Debouttière;Lucian Roiban;Abderrahim Solhy;Abderrahim Solhy.
Angewandte Chemie (2009)
Ruthenium Nanoparticles Stabilized by N‐Heterocyclic Carbenes: Ligand Location and Influence on Reactivity
Patricia Lara;Patricia Lara;Orestes Rivada-Wheelaghan;Salvador Conejero;Romuald Poteau.
Angewandte Chemie (2011)
The hydrogenation of nitroarenes mediated by platinum nanoparticles: an overview
P. Lara;K. Philippot;K. Philippot.
Catalysis Science & Technology (2014)
Organometallic Ruthenium Nanoparticles: A Comparative Study of the Influence of the Stabilizer on their Characteristics and Reactivity
Patricia Lara;Patricia Lara;Karine Philippot;Karine Philippot;Bruno Chaudret.
Cyclodextrin-based systems for the stabilization of metallic(0) nanoparticles and their versatile applications in catalysis
Sébastien Noël;Bastien Léger;Anne Ponchel;Karine Philippot;Karine Philippot.
Catalysis Today (2014)
NHC-stabilized ruthenium nanoparticles as new catalysts for the hydrogenation of aromatics
David Gonzalez-Galvez;Patricia Lara;Patricia Lara;Orestes Rivada-Wheelaghan;Salvador Conejero.
Catalysis Science & Technology (2013)
A single-step procedure for the preparation of palladium nanoparticles and a phosphine-functionalized support as catalyst for Suzuki cross-coupling reactions
Natália de Jesus da Silva Costa;Pedro Kunihiko Kiyohara;Adriano L Monteiro;Yannick Coppel;Yannick Coppel.
Journal of Catalysis (2010)
Organometallic approach for the synthesis of nanostructures
Catherine Amiens;Catherine Amiens;Bruno Chaudret;Diana Ciuculescu-Pradines;Diana Ciuculescu-Pradines;Vincent Collière;Vincent Collière.
New Journal of Chemistry (2013)
Platinum N‐Heterocyclic Carbene Nanoparticles as New and Effective Catalysts for the Selective Hydrogenation of Nitroaromatics
Patricia Lara;Andrés Suárez;Vincent Collière;Vincent Collière;Karine Philippot;Karine Philippot.
Aminopropyltriethoxysilane stabilized ruthenium(0) nanoclusters as an isolable and reusable heterogeneous catalyst for the dehydrogenation of dimethylamine-borane
Mehmet Zahmakıran;Mehmet Zahmakıran;Mehmet Zahmakıran;Mar Tristany;Mar Tristany;Karine Philippot;Karine Philippot;Katia Fajerwerg;Katia Fajerwerg.
Chemical Communications (2010)
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