Sébastien LECLERC

Sébastien LECLERC


Ingénieur de Recherche




telephone+33 (0)3 72 72 52 60


fax+33 (0)3 83 68 43 47


courrielsebastien.leclerc@univ-lorraine.fr


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recherche_icn Domaine de recherche:


RMN et IRM dans les sciences pour l’ingénieur:

– Analyses structurales et transferts dans les milieux poreux

– Études des flux et de la rhéologie de fluides en écoulements

– Utilisation de la RMN comme outil de diagnostic des piles à combustible à membranes d’échange de protons



mission_icn Mission:


Responsable de la plateforme IRM du LEMTA et coresponsable du service commun de RMN




publication_icn Publications:


Karaki N., Aljawish A., Muniglia L., Bouguet-Bonnet S., Leclerc S., Paris C., Jasniewski J., Humeau-Virot C.
Functionalization of pectin with laccase-mediated oxidation products of ferulic acid
Enzyme and Microbial Technology 104 (2017) 1-8 DOI link

Xu F., Leclerc S., Stemmelen D., Perrin J.-C., Retournard A., Canet D.
Study of electro-osmotic drag coefficients in Nafion membrane in acid, sodium and potassium forms by electrophoresis NMR
Journal of Membrane Science 536 (2017) 116-122 DOI link

Najlaoui F., Pigeon P., Abdelkafi Z., Leclerc S., Durand P., Ayeb M., Marrakchi N., Rhouma A., Jaouen G., Gibaud S.
Phthalimido–ferrocidiphenol cyclodextrin complexes: Characterization and anticancer activity
International Journal of Pharmaceutics 491 (2015) 323-334 DOI link

Kiesgen de Richter S., Hanotin C., Marchal P., Leclerc S., Demeurie F., Louvet N.
Vibration-induced compaction of granular suspensions
The European Physical Journal E 38 (2015) DOI link

Sergienko I., Petryk M., Fraissard J., Leclerc S.
Highly Efficient Methods of the Identification of Competitive Diffusion Parameters in Inhomogeneous Media of Nanoporous Particles
Cybernetics and Systems Analysis 51 (2015) 529-546 DOI link

Petryk M., Leclerc S., Canet D., Sergienko I., Deineka V., Fraissard J.
Competitive Diffusion of Gases in a Zeolite Bed: NMR and Slice Selection Procedure, Modeling, and Parameter Identification
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119 (2015) 26519-26525 DOI link

Kimmoun A., Ducrocq N., Sennoun N., Issa K., Strub C., Escanyé J.-M., Leclerc S., Levy B.
Efficient Extra- and Intracellular Alkalinization Improves Cardiovascular Functions in Severe Lactic Acidosis Induced by Hemorrhagic Shock
Anesthesiology 120 (2014) 926-934 DOI link

Fraissard J., Leclerc S., Conner W., Canet D.
Physical State of di-Nitrogen in the Presence of SBA and Various Zeolites Probed by 15 N Spin–Lattice Relaxation of Pure 15 N 2 in the 30–300 K Temperature Range
Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118 (2014) 4741-4750 DOI link

Huang B., Chatillon Y., Bonnet C., Lapicque F., Leclerc S., Hinaje M., Raël S.
Experimental investigation of pinhole effect on MEA/cell aging in PEMFC
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 38 (2013) 543-550 DOI link

Klein, M., Perrin, J.-C., Leclerc, S., Guendouz, L., Dillet, J. and Lottin, O.
NMR Study of the anisotropic transport properties of uniaxially stretched membranes for fuel cells
Diffusion Fundamentals 18-7 (2013) 1-4

M. Ferrari, J-P. Mérel, S. Leclerc, C. Moyne, D. Stemmelen
Study of dispersion by NMR: comparison between NMR measurements and stochastic simulation
Diffusion Fundamentals 18-11 (2013) 1-4

Xu F., Leclerc S., Canet D.
NMR Relaxometry Study of the Interaction of Water with a Nafion Membrane under Acid, Sodium, and Potassium Forms. Evidence of Two Types of Bound Water
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 117 (2013) 6534-6540 DOI link

Klein M., Perrin J.-C., Leclerc S., Guendouz L., Dillet J., Lottin O.
Anisotropy of Water Self-Diffusion in a Nafion Membrane under Traction
Macromolecules 46 (2013) 9259-9269 DOI link

Leclerc S., Petryk M., Canet D., Fraissard J.
Competitive diffusion of gases in a zeolite using proton NMR and a slice selection procedure
Catalysis Today 187(1) (2012) 104-107 DOI link

Huang B., Chatillon Y., Bonnet C., Lapicque F., Leclerc S., Hinaje M., Raël S.
Experimental Investigation of Air Relative Humidity (RH) Cycling Tests on MEA/Cell Aging in PEMFC Part I: Study of High RH Cycling Test With air RH at 62%/100%
Fuel Cells 12 (2012) 335-346 DOI link

Guendouz L., Robert A., Retournard A., Leclerc S., Aissani S., Canet D.
Off-resonance effects and selectivity profiles in pulsed nitrogen-14 nuclear quadrupole resonance
Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 47-48 (2012) 39-46 DOI link

Huang B., Chatillon Y., Bonnet C., Lapicque F., Leclerc S., Hinaje M., Raël S.
Experimental Investigation of Air Relative Humidity (RH) Cycling Tests on MEA/Cell Aging in PEMFC Part II: Study of Low RH Cycling Test with Air RH at 62%/0%
Fuel Cells 12 (2012) 347-355 DOI link

Xu F., Leclerc S., Lottin O., Canet D.
Impact of chemical treatments on the behavior of water in Nafion NRE-212 by 1H NMR : self diffusion measurements and proton quantization.
Journal of Membrane Science 371 (2011) 148-154 DOI link

Canet D., Bouguet-Bonnet S., Leclerc S., Yemloul M.
Carbon-13 Heteronuclear Longitudinal Spin Relaxation for Geometrical (and Stereochemical) Determinations in Small or Medium Size Molecules.
Annual Reports on NMR Spectroscopy 74 (2011) 89-123 DOI link

Leclerc, S., Guendouz, L., Retournard, A., Canet, D.
NMR diffusion measurements under chemical exchange between sites involving a large chemical shift difference
Concepts in Magnetic Resonance Part A 36A (2010) 127-137 DOI link

Steiner, E., Yemloul, M., Guendouz, L., Leclerc, S., Robert, A., Canet, D.
NMR relaxometry: Spin lattice relaxation times in the laboratory frame versus spin lattice relaxation times in the rotating frame
Chemical Physics Letters 495 (2010) 287-291 DOI link

Salameh W., Leclerc S., Stemmelen D., Escanyé J.M.
NMR imaging of Water Flow in Packed Beds
Diffusion Fundamentals 14-5 (2010) 1-5

YEMLOUL M., CASTOLA V., LECLERC S. and CANET D.
Self-diffusion coefficients obtained from proton-decoupled carbon-13 spectra for analyzing a mixture of terpenes
Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry 47 (2009) 635-640 DOI link

N. HIBLOT, B. CORDIER, M. FERRARI, A. RETOURNARD, D. GRANDCLAUDE, J. BEDET, S. LECLERC, D. CANET
A fully homemade 14N quadrupole resonance spectrometer
C. R. Chimie 11 (2008) 568-579

J. BEDET, G. MARANZANA, S. LECLERC, O. LOTTIN, C. MOYNE, D. STEMMELEN, P. MUTZENHARDT, D. CANET
Magnetic resonance imaging of water distribution and production in a 6 cm2 PEMFC under operation
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 33 (2008) 3146-3149

PETRIK M., LECLERC S., CANET D. and FRAISSARD J.
Modeling of gas transport in a microporous solid using a slice selection procedure: Application to the diffusion of benzene in ZSM5
Catalysis Today 139 (2008) 234-240

GUENDOUZ L., LECLERC S., RETOURNARD A., HEDJIEDJ A. and CANET D.
Single-sided radio-frequency field gradient with two unsymmetrical loops : Applications to nuclear magnetic resonance
Review of Scientific Instruments 79 (2008) 123704

J. BEDET, P. MUTZENHARDT, D. CANET, G. MARANZANA, S. LECLERC, O. LOTTIN, C. MOYNE, D. STEMMELEN
Etude du comportement de l'eau dans une pile à combustible à membrane échangeuse d'ions (PEMFC) : Etude par RMN et IRM
Comptes Rendus de l'Academie des Sciences, Serie II: Mecanique, Physique, Chimie, Sciences de la Terre et de l'Univers 11 (2008) 465-473

M. PETRYK, S. LECLERC, D. CANET, J. FRAISSARD
Mathematical modelling and visualization of gas transport in a zeolite bed using a slice selection procedure
Diff. Fund. 4 (2007) 11-11

S. LECLERC, G. TRAUSCH, B. CORDIER, D. GRANDCLAUDE, A. RETOURNARD, J. FRAISSARD, D. CANET
Chemical shift imaging (CSI) by precise object displacement
Magn. Reson. Chem. 44 (2006) 311-317

S. BOUGUET-BONNET, S. LECLERC, P. MUTZENHARDT, D. CANET
HMBC-like experiment based on longitudinal csa/dipolar cross-correlation
J. Magn. Reson. 173 (2005) 29-33

J. BEDET, D. CANET, S.LECLERC, P. MUTZENHARDT, D. STEMMELEN, G. TRAUSCH
Optimal conditions for two-point estimation of self-diffusion coefficients through rf gradient experiments
Chem. Phys. Lett. 408 (2005) 237-240

S. Leclerc, G. Trausch, J.-M. Escanyé, D. Canet
NMR measurement of self-diffusion by slice selection
J. Chem. Phys. 121 (2004) 405-408

S. LECLERC, S. BOUGUET-BONNET, P. MUTZENHARDT, J. BRONDEAU, D. CANET
Simulation of radio-frequency field inhomogeneity effects: application to pulse trains aimed at the determination of CSA-dipolar interference terms
Magn. Reson. Chem. 41 (2003) 769-775

D. CANET, S. LECLERC, M. ROCHER, F. GUENNEAU, D. GRANDCLAUDE
Simulations of NMR experiments employing static and/or radio-frequency field gradients. Application to slice selection by the inhomogeneous radio-frequency field of a standard coil
Appl. Magn. Reson. 22 (2002) 307-318