Nabil obtained his PhD degree at Moltech Anjou laboratory, in the CIMI group in Angers (France), under the supervision of Dr. Narcis Avarvari. His research mainly focused on the synthesis and characterization of electroactive chiral tetrathiafulvalene (TTF) and tetrathiapentalene (TTP) molecules together with the conducting materials based on it. In September 2020, he moved to Grenoble and joined the SolHyCat team at the CEA Grenoble as postdoctoral researcher, where he currently works on the design of novel molecular systems towards multi-electronic redox process optimization.
1/ Chiral EDT-TTF precursors with one stereogenic centre: substituent size modulation of the conducting properties in the (R-EDT-TTF)2PF6 (R = Me or Et) series.
N. Mroweh, P. Auban-Senzier, N. Vanthuyne, E. Canadell and N. Avarvari J. Mater. Chem. C, 2019, 7, 12664-12673.
2/ Combining Chirality and Hydrogen Bonding in Methylated Ethylenedithio-Tetrathiafulvalene Primary Diamide Precursors and Radical Cation Salts.
N. Mroweh, F. Pop, C. Mézière, M. Allain, P. Auban-Senzier, N. Vanthuyne, P. Alemany, E. Canadell and N. Avarvari, Cryst. Growth Des. 2020, 20, 4, 2516–2526.
3/ In Search of Chiral Molecular Superconductors: κ‐[(S,S)‐DM‐BEDT‐TTF]2ClO4 Revisited.
N. Mroweh, F. Pop, C. Mézière, P. Auban-Senzier, P. Alemany, E. Canadell and N. Avarvari, Adv. Mater. 2020, 32, 2002811.
4/ Conservation of structural arrangements and 3:1 stoichiometry in a series of crystalline conductors of TMTTF, TMTSF, BEDT-TTF, and chiral DM-EDT-TTF with the oxo-bis[pentafluorotantalate(V)] dianion.