Advanced molecular spectroscopy for nanostructured material systems
Exploiting the different ways that different types of matter interact with electromagnetic radiation, spectroscopy has been indispensable to the detection, identification and quantification of the molecular or structural composition of a sample. Spectroscopic methods have advanced significantly, and now computational methods are augmenting the capabilities of hardware to isolate molecules or molecular systems in solutions. However, such methods are currently not applicable to the characterisation of industrially and economically important complex nanostructured systems of solids such as graphene or metal nanoparticles. The EU-funded GEMS project is filling this important gap and ensuring compatibility with commonly used computational chemistry software for maximum impact.
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