Open day IIC SAS
On 6 November 2019, IIC SAS will again open its doors to the public. This event, organised annually during the Slovak Science and Technology Week, will…
The Institute of Inorganic Chemistry (IIC) is focused on basic research in the area of inorganic and bio-inorganic systems oriented to optimization and development of new materials and technological processes in the following branches of science: inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, materials chemistry, inorganic technologies and materials, theoretical chemistry, nanotechnology.
The main subjects of the research are the following:
- Relations between composition, properties and structure of inorganic substances, mainly advanced ceramic materials, molten salt systems and hydrosilicates.
- Thermodynamics of multicomponent systems.
- Features and chemical reactions in inorganic systems, including interface of phases.
- Development and application of theoretical and experimental methods for the determination of the structure and properties of matter.
- Analysis of metastable phases in the extremely rapidly cooled molten system (LiF–CaF2)eut–LaF3
- Dihydrogen contacts observed by through-space indirect NMR coupling
- Low-temperature preparation of translucent YAG ceramic from glass microspheres by hot-press sintering
- Direct preparation of transparent polycrystalline spinel doped with transition metals sintered in SPS
- Ceramic carbon nanostructure composites with high electrical conductivity
- Luminescent materials for potential applications in phosphor-converted white light emitting diodes (pc-WLED)
- (Oxo)(fluoro)‒aluminates in the KF‒Al2O3 system: thermal stability and structural correlation
- Resonance energy transfer between laser dyes in smectite colloids: influence of the dye surface concentration
- Flash joining of CVD-SiC coated Cf/SiC composites with a Ti interlayer
- Solar thermal MgO electrolysis process for magnesium production