545 King Edward, room 19
Office: 613-562-5800 ext. 1460
Work E-mail: dete@uOttawa.ca
Dr. Detellier's team looks at the mechanisms of molecular recognition, the organization of supra molecular assemblies and their applications. They examine the design and synthesis of new organo-mineral materials, with potential applications in catalysis and in separation processes.
- “PdNPs decoration of halloysite lumen via selective grafting of ionic liquid onto the aluminol surfaces and catalytic application”, G.K. Dedzo, G. Ngie, C. Detellier, ACS Appl. Mater. & Interf., 8, 4862-4869 (2016)
- “Preparation and characterization of novel clay/scleroglucan nanocomposites”, R. Mansa, L. Dzene, A. Quintela, F. Rocha, C. Detellier, Appl. Clay Sci., 126, 235-244 (2016)
- “Synthesis and catalytic application of palladium nanoparticles supported on kaolinite-based nanohybrid materials” G. Ngie, G.K. Dedzo, C. Detellier, J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans., 45, 9065 – 9072 (2016).
- “Functional nanohybrid materials derived from kaolinite” G.K. Dedzo, C. Detellier Appl. Clay Sci., 130, 33-39 (2016)
- “Intercalation of a block co-polymer in kaolinite”, J. Fafard, C. Detellier, J. Coll. Interf. Sci., 450, 361-365 (2015)
- “From platy kaolinite to nanorolls”, C. Detellier and R. A. Schoonheydt, Elements, 10, 201-206 (2014)