Photodielectric characterization of light-driven micro/nano motors in liquid medium

1. Duško Dudić, University of Belgrade, Vinča Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Serbia, Serbia

The scientific community shows a growing interest in the study of light-powered micro- and nano-motors. The control of small-sized objects and the use of light energy are scientific challenges due to which the study of light driven micro/nano motors will be in the focus of researchers for a long time. There is still no a significant application of hybrid particles that transform light into mechanical energy, but this can be expected in the near future. The mechanisms that enable the transformation of light into electrical/electrochemical energy and then into mechanical energy can be very complex. Bearing in mind the experience from the study of photovoltaic systems, photodielectric spectroscopy can significantly contribute to the study of those mechanisms. The aim of this study is to present the preliminary results of the photodielectric characterization of light-driven micro- and nano-motors, and to indicate the benefits of photodielectric spectroscopy in this field of science.


Duško Dudić1,2
1Department of Radiation Chemistry and Physics, „VINČA" Institute of Nuclear Sciences - National Institute of the Republic of Serbia, University of Belgrade, P.O. Box 522, 11001 Belgrade, Serbia
2Department of Chemistry, University of the Free State, Private Bag X13, 9866 Phuthaditjhaba, South Africa

Tematska oblast: SIMPOZIJUM A - Nauka materije, kondenzovane materije i fizika čvrstog stanja

Datum: 13.07.2022.

Contemporary Materials 2022 - Savremeni materijali

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