Gwendal KERVERN

Gwendal KERVERN





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publication_icn Publications:


Shoker M., Pagès O., Torres V., Polian A., Itié J.-P., Pradhan G., Narayana C., Rao M., Rao R., Gardiennet C., Kervern G., Strzałkowski K., Firszt F.
Phonon-based partition of (ZnSe-like) semiconductor mixed crystals on approach to their pressure-induced structural transition
Scientific Reports 10 (2020) DOI link

Boumaiza H., Renard A., Rakotomalala Robinson M., Kervern G., Vidal L., Ruby C., Bergaoui L., Coustel R.
A multi-technique approach for studying Na triclinic and hexagonal birnessites
Journal of Solid State Chemistry 272 (2019) 234-243 DOI link

Nagashima H., Lilly Thankamony A., Trébosc J., Montagne L., Kervern G., Amoureux J.-P., Lafon O.
Observation of proximities between spin-1/2 and quadrupolar nuclei in solids: Improved robustness to chemical shielding using adiabatic symmetry-based recoupling
Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance 94 (2018) 7-19 DOI link

Di Bitetto A., Kervern G., André E., Durand P., Carteret C.
Carbonate–Hydrogenocarbonate Coexistence and Dynamics in Layered Double Hydroxides
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2017) DOI link

Di Bitetto A., Andre E., Carteret C., Durand P., Kervern G.
Probing the Dynamics of Layered Double Hydroxides by Solid-State27Al NMR Spectroscopy
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2017) DOI link

Ingrosso F., Altarsha M., Dumarçay F., Kervern G., Barth D., Marsura A., Ruiz-Lopez M. F.
Driving Forces Controlling Host–Guest Recognition in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Solvent
Chemistry: A European Journal 22 (2016) 2972-2979 DOI link

Butler M. C., Kervern G., Theis T., Ledbetter M. P., Ganssle P. J., Blanchard J. W., Budker D., Pines A.
Parahydrogen-induced polarization at zero magnetic field
The Journal of Chemical Physics 138 (2013) 0-0 DOI link

Theis T., Ledbetter M. P., Kervern G., Blanchard J. W., Ganssle P. J., Butler M. C., Shin H. D., Budker D., Pines A.
Zero-Field NMR Enhanced by Parahydrogen in Reversible Exchange
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 (2012) 3987-3990 DOI link