Hierarchical materialsPrincipal Researcher:

Andrés Zelcer, Ph. D.
T: +54 11 4899-5500 int 6534
E: andres.zelcer@cibion.conicet.gov.ar


Hybrid organic-inorganic materials synthesis. Development of new materials structuring methods, focusing in hierarchically porous materials with applications in separation, adsorption and catalysis. We combine traditional organic synthesis, sol-gel chemistry and various structuring methods for the preparations of materials with tuned properties.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS – Full list of publications

“Gold Nanoparticles Supported in Zirconia–Ceria Mesoporous Thin Films: A Highly Active Reusable Heterogeneous Nanocatalyst”
Ianina L. Violi, Andrés Zelcer, Mariano M. Bruno, Vittorio Luca, Galo J. A. A. Soler-Illia, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 7 (2015) 1114-1121

“One-step preparation of UV transparent highly ordered mesoporous zirconia thin films”
Andrés Zelcer, Galo J. de A. A. Soler-Illia, Journal of Materials Chemistry C 1 (2013) 1359-1367

“One-Pot Synthesis of Hierarchically Structured Ceramic Monoliths with Adjustable Porosity”
Glenna L. Drisko, Andrés Zelcer, Vittorio Luca, Rachel A. Caruso and Galo J. de A. A. Soler-Illia, Chemistry of Materials 22 (2010) 4379–4385

“Mesomorphism of hybrid siloxane-triphenylene monomers and oligomers”
Zelcer, Andrés; Donnio, Bertrand; Cukiernik, Fabio D. and Guillon, Daniel, Chemistry of Materials 19 (2007) 1992-2006


nanoMaterials Chemistry Group CAC-CNEA

Leticia Granja, Condensed Matter group, CAC-CNEA