Mark Mangnus

Mark Mangnus
Room 0.18 (Ornsteinlaboratorium)

Most common catalyst particles are host to a complex network of pores and a substantial fraction of their actives sites may be embedded deep within. It is not always straightforward how reactant and product species diffuse in and out of the particle. The goal of this project is to develop fluorescent nanosensors that change color when exposed to particular chemical species. When incorporated inside a pore network, these nanosensors may be used to visualize complex diffusion dynamics by means of optical micro-spectroscopy.


Jacobse, P H; Simonov, K A; Mangnus, M J J; Svirskiy, G I; Generalov, A V; Vinogradov, A S; Sandell, A; Mårtensson, N; Preobrajenski, A B; Swart, I

One Precursor but Two Types of Graphene Nanoribbons: On-Surface Transformations of 10,10′-Dichloro-9,9′-bianthryl on Ag(111) Journal Article

Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 123 (14), pp. 8892-8901, 2019.

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Berends, A C; Mangnus, M J J; Xia, C; Rabouw, F T; Donega, De Mello C

Optoelectronic Properties of Ternary I-III-VI 2 Semiconductor Nanocrystals: Bright Prospects with Elusive Origins Journal Article

Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 10 (7), pp. 1600-1616, 2019.

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Jacobse, P H; Mangnus, M J J; Zevenhuizen, S J M; Swart, I

Mapping the Conductance of Electronically Decoupled Graphene Nanoribbons Journal Article

ACS Nano, 12 (7), pp. 7048-7056, 2018.

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