NAnostructures and FUnctional MAterials (NAFUMA)
The research group NAnostructures and FUnctional MAterials (NAFUMA) conducts research in basic inorganic chemistry, solid state chemistry and materials/nano science.
NAFUMA focuses on inorganic functional materials and nanostructures. The main objective is to understand their physical properties on the basis of crystal structure and chemical bonding (electronic structure) and on this background be able to synthesize novel materials with specific properties by design. This implies close integration of experimental and theoretical modeling activities.
NAFUMA has broad activities, streching from synthesis and structure determination to property studies and theory. Click on Research activities to read further.
Advanced synthesis, characterization and modeling tools
NAFUMA holds a battery of advanced synthesis, characterization and modeling tools; Click on Laboratories to know more.
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A trip down memory lane
If you want to see what Nafuma was doing 30 years ago, have a look at the "Report 1989 - Section for inorganic chemistry"