Rabah Boukherroub mainly focuses on Nanotechnology, Chemical engineering, Graphene, Analytical chemistry and Inorganic chemistry. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Contact angle, Surface modification and Electrowetting. His studies in Chemical engineering integrate themes in fields like Photocatalysis, Methanol, Silicon, Cyclic voltammetry and Coating.
His Graphene research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Oxide, Nanocomposite, Nuclear chemistry, Detection limit and Electrophoretic deposition. His study looks at the relationship between Analytical chemistry and fields such as Diamond, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Inorganic chemistry research integrates issues from Nanoparticle, Differential pulse voltammetry, Porous silicon and Aqueous solution.
Rabah Boukherroub spends much of his time researching Nanotechnology, Chemical engineering, Graphene, Analytical chemistry and Oxide. The concepts of his Nanotechnology study are interwoven with issues in Plasmon and Surface modification. Rabah Boukherroub interconnects Porous silicon, Silicon and Electrochemistry in the investigation of issues within Chemical engineering.
The Silicon study combines topics in areas such as Monolayer, Substrate and Photoluminescence. Chloride is closely connected to Catalysis in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Graphene. Rabah Boukherroub has researched X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy in several fields, including Photocatalysis, Inorganic chemistry, Scanning electron microscope, Raman spectroscopy and Cyclic voltammetry.
His primary areas of study are Chemical engineering, Graphene, Nanotechnology, Electrochemistry and Oxide. Rabah Boukherroub studied Chemical engineering and Adsorption that intersect with Polyurethane and Inorganic chemistry. His studies deal with areas such as Combinatorial chemistry, Differential pulse voltammetry, Nanomaterials and Electrochemical gas sensor as well as Graphene.
The Biosensor research Rabah Boukherroub does as part of his general Nanotechnology study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Computer science, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His Electrochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Electrolyte and Copper. Rabah Boukherroub combines subjects such as Nanocomposite and Catalysis with his study of Oxide.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Graphene, Chemical engineering, Nanotechnology, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and Nanomaterials. His Graphene research incorporates elements of Oxide, Nanocomposite, Overpotential, Substrate and Nanofiber. His Nanocomposite research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Inorganic chemistry, Monolayer and Electrode.
His Chemical engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Adsorption and Corrosion. His research in Nanotechnology intersects with topics in Mesoporous silica, Absorption and Photodynamic therapy. His X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy study incorporates themes from Photocatalysis, Transmission electron microscopy, Microstructure and Scanning electron microscope.
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New Synthetic Routes to Alkyl Monolayers on the Si(111) Surface1
R. Boukherroub;S. Morin;F. Bensebaa;D. D. M. Wayner.
Wettability Switching Techniques on Superhydrophobic Surfaces
Nicolas Verplanck;Yannick Coffinier;Vincent Thomy;Rabah Boukherroub.
Nanoscale Research Letters (2007)
Surface plasmon resonance-based biosensors: From the development of different SPR structures to novel surface functionalization strategies
Edy Wijaya;Cédric Lenaerts;Sophie Maricot;Juriy Hastanin.
Current Opinion in Solid State & Materials Science (2011)
Preparation of superhydrophobic coatings on zinc as effective corrosion barriers.
Hongqin Liu;Sabine Szunerits;Wenguo Xu;Rabah Boukherroub.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2009)
Reversible electrowetting on superhydrophobic silicon nanowires.
Nicolas Verplanck;Elisabeth Galopin;Jean-Christophe Camart;Vincent Thomy.
Nano Letters (2007)
Sensing using localised surface plasmon resonance sensors
Sabine Szunerits;Rabah Boukherroub.
Chemical Communications (2012)
Insights into the Formation Mechanisms of Si−OR Monolayers from the Thermal Reactions of Alcohols and Aldehydes with Si(111)−H1
Rabah Boukherroub;Sylvie Morin;and Paula Sharpe;Danial D. M. Wayner.
Thermal Hydrosilylation of Undecylenic Acid with Porous Silicon
Rabah Boukherroub;J. T. C. Wojtyk;Danial D. M. Wayner;David J. Lockwood.
Journal of The Electrochemical Society (2002)
Well-Defined Carboxyl-Terminated Alkyl Monolayers Grafted onto H−Si(111): Packing Density from a Combined AFM and Quantitative IR Study
Anne Faucheux;Anne Chantal Gouget-Laemmel, ,†;Catherine Henry de Villeneuve;Rabah Boukherroub.
Formation, Characterization, and Chemistry of Undecanoic Acid-Terminated Silicon Surfaces: Patterning and Immobilization of DNA
Raluca Voicu;Rabah Boukherroub;Vasiliki Bartzoka;Tim Ward.
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