Electron microscopy for materials research (EMAT) University of Antwerp
Experimental condensed matter physics (ECM) University of Antwerp
General and Organic Chemistry Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The department AOSC mainly develops research in the areas of: 1. Organometallic Chemistry: Synthesis and characterisation of organotin compounds with potential anti-cancer activity. Structure determination (M. Gielen); 2. High Resolution Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Synthesis and characterisation of organotin polymers for applications in anion recognition and catalysis through advanced structure elucidation by multinuclear and multidimensional ...
High Resolution NMR Centre Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Description of the NMR laboratory The High Resolution NMR Centre is basically the NMR lab of the VUB providing all NMR spectra and NMR know how to any researcher of the VUB - or outside the institution - needing NMR for purposes of chemical substance identification and structure determination, either in scientific collaboration, or in service context. This means that, in particular, other research units of the VUB (ORGC, FYSC, FCOL, ULTR, ...
Institute for Materials Research Hasselt University
The Institute for Materials Research (IMO) is a research centre of Hasselt University with a vast knowledge in the field of materials science.
IMO has an integrated and intensive collaboration with IMOMEC (Institute for Materials Research in MicroElectronics), the department of IMEC (Interuniversity Micro Electronics Centre, Louvain) at the university campus in Diepenbeek.
While most of the more fundamental research is carried out ...
Institute for Materials Research in MicroElectronics Hasselt University
Interuniversitary Higher resolution NMR Centre Vrije Universiteit Brussel
The Interuniversitary Higher Resolution NMR Centre
Laboratory of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry Hasselt University
The main activity of the research group of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry is the study of environmentally friendly, chemical methods to the synthesis of high-tech, nanostructured inorganic materials.
A water based sol-gel method is developed and optimized successfully for the preparation of ferroelectric, piezoelectric, conductive and dielectric metal oxide powders and thin films (with thicknesses from several hundreds down to a few ...
Magnetic Resonance Vrije Universiteit Brussel
For nearly half a century now, NMR has been well appreciated as a powerful spectroscopic tool in, among others, chemistry, physics and biomedical science. Its applications are numerous and wide-ranging. The development of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), for instance, has opened new areas of NMR applications, most of them being specific to the medical world. Nowadays, a wide variety of NMR techniques are available for research purposes. One ...