Our recent paper has been published in the Journal Physical Chemistry C on the gold nanoplate formation in a solid hydrogel in collaboration with Nonlinear Dynamics and Kinetics Group (University of Szeged, Profs. Ágota Tóth, Dezső Horváth and Gábor Schuszter) and Prof. Hideki Nabika and Dr. Masaki Itatani (Yamagata University, Japan). Congratulations to Szabolcs on his first paper in our group.
Szabolcs Farkas, Gábor Holló, Gábor Schuszter, Ágota Deák, László Janovák, Viktória Hornok, Masaki Itatani, Hideki Nabika, Dezső Horváth, Ágota Tóth, and István Lagzi
Reaction–Diffusion Assisted Synthesis of Gold Nanoparticles: Route from the Spherical Nano-Sized Particles to Micrometer-Sized Plates
Journal of Physical Chemistry C, doi: 10.1021/acs.jpcc.1c08404
Our paper has been published in Crystal Growth & Design on diffusion-limited crystallization of calcium phosphate in collaboration with Professor Sung Ho Yang from the Korea National University of Education (Republic of Korea).
Min-kyung Jo, Young Shin Cho, Gábor Holló, Jeong-Mo Choi, István Lagzi, Sung Ho Yang
Spatiotemporal and Microscopic Analyses of Asymmetric Liesegang Bands: Diffusion-Limited Crystallization of Calcium Phosphate in a Hydrogel
Crystal Growth & Design, doi: 10.1021/acs.cgd.1c00536
Our group welcomes Ms. Nadia Valletti from the group of Professor Federico Rossi (University of Siena, Department of Earth, Environmental and Physical Sciences). She will spend 2 months in our lab working on chemical instabilities in two-component systems.
Our recent paper has been published in Scientific Reports on chemical beat phenomenon in collaboration with Professor Hideyuki Nakanishi from the Kyoto Institute of Technology (Japan).
Hugh Shearer Lawson, Gábor Holló, Norbert Német, Satoshi Teraji, Hideyuki Nakanishi, Róbert Horvath, István Lagzi
Design of non-autonomous pH oscillators and the existence of chemical beat phenomenon in a neutralization reaction
Scientific Reports, doi: 10.1038/s41598-021-90301-8
Our recent paper in collaboration with Professor Eugenia Kumacheva from the University of Toronto (Canada) on self-assembly of nanoparticles and molecules in periodic structures has been published in Science Advances.