Françoise Morato

Univ. Lecturer


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Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier

Françoise Morato
Permanent - MC, Equipe D4
ICGM - UMR 5253
Place Eugène Bataillon
Bât. 15 - 1er étage
34095 Montpellier cedex 5

04 67 14 33 35

Françoise Morato-Lallemand is assistant professorat Université Montpellier II.She has performed a PhD in solid chemistry and materials science in the group of Prof. Robert Fourcade in Montpellier. Subject of the PhD in collaboration with “Franco Belge de Fabrication des combustibles” and “COGEMA” was the structural study by XRD of different intermediates nuclear fuel products.
She is presently working on different topics related to active electrode materials for Li-ion batteries (intermetallic phases and transition oxides):Synthesis of nanoparticles by microwave route, Investigation of their physical properties usingthermogravimetry (TG), and variable temperature X-ray diffraction (XRD) under controlled atmosphere. Coupling of the XRD data,withTG analysisconstitutes a research area allowing to verify thermal stability of the materials and to propose chemical reaction mechanism.

  • Fundamentals inorganic chemistry - First and second semester of the FirstYearUndergraduate Program
  • Chemical applications of Group TheoryforIR, Raman and electronic spectroscopy ; construction of MO energy diagrams on the basis of molecular symmetry
  • Contribution in creation ‘L3 prépa DNO’ with the aim of training well prepared technicians in the vinicultural field to provide them a fundamental academic scientific prerequisites necessary for admission to the official Master’s Degree in Oenology

Thème de Recherche

  • Inorganic materials characterization (XRD, In situ XRD measurements, TG…)
  • Synthesis of electrode materials
  • Microwave synthesis

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  • C M. Ionica, L. Aldon, P E. Lippens, F. Morato, J. Olivier-Fourcade and J C. Jumas
    Structural and electronic features of Sb-based electrode materials, 121Sb Moessbauer spectrometry,
    Hyperfine Interact. 2004, 156, 555-561
  • R L. Goswamee, F. Bosc, D. Cot, A. EL Mansouri, M. Lopez, F. Morato and A. Ayral
    Sol-gel derived nanocomposites and nanoporous oxide powders and related coatings for the reversible chemisorption of hydrogen sulfide,
    J. Sol-Gel Sci. Technol. 2004, 29, 97-105
  • B. Coq, F. Medina, D. Tichit and A. Morato
    The catalytic transformation of chlorofluorocarbons in hydrogen on metal-based catalysts supported on inorganic fluorides,
    Catal. Today 2004, 88, 127-137
  • F. Robert, F. Morato, J. Chouvin, L. Aldon, P E. Lippens, J. Olivier-Fourcade, J C. Jumas, B. Simon and P. Biensan
    Structural and electronic modifications induced by lithium insertion in Sn-based oxide glasses,
    J. Power Sources 2003, 119, 581-584
  • A. Morato, F. Medina, J E. Sueiras, Y. Cesteros, P. Salagre, Louis-Charles De Menorval, D. Tichit and B. Coq
    Characterization and catalytic properties of several KMg1-xPdxF3 with perovskite-like structures for the hydroconversion of CHClF2,
    Appl. Catal. B-Environ. 2003, 42, 251-264
  • A. Morato, C. Alonso, F. Medina, Y. Cesteros, P. Salagre, J E. Sueiras, D. Tichit and B. Coq
    Palladium hydrotalcites as precursors for the catalytic hydroconversion of CCl2F2 (CFC-12) and CHClF2 (HCFC-22),
    Appl. Catal. B-Environ. 2001, 32, 167-179
  • A. Morato, C. Alonso, F. Medina, J L. Garreta, J E. Sueiras, Y. Cesteros, P. Salagre, D. Tichit and B. Coq
    KMg1-xPdxF3 with perovskite-like structures as precursors for the catalytic hydroconversion of CCl2F2 and CHClF2,
    Catal. Lett. 2001, 77, 141-146

Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier - Direction

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