Materials Synthesis Department focuses on advanced materials. The aim of our research is to obtain knowledge of materials chemistry for the controlled synthesis of new materials with desirable properties. Materials of interest are nanoparticles, (nano)composites, colloids, magnetic fluids, ceramics for applications in medicine, electronics, chemical technology, biotechnology, ecology, and sensorics.
Our PhD students Anja Sedminek and Luka Skubic attended the AlChe Annual Meeting 2022, held in Phoenix, Arizona – USA from 13. – 18. November 2022.
Challenges and Puzzles of Magnetically Attractive Fluids
Darja Lisjak presented our research to public at a Science on the Street event Cup of Science (Skodelica znanosti).
Our colleague Sebastjan Nemec attended the 13th International Conference on the Scientific and Clinical Applications of Magnetic Carriers, held in London, UK from 14. – 17. June 2022.
Our new articles
Barium hexaferrite nanoplatelets with polyphenol coatings for versatile applications as a stable, magnetic, and antimicrobial colloid
Saturation magnetisation as an indicator of the disintegration of barium hexaferrite nanoplatelets during the surface functionalisation