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Pavle Radovanovic

Associate Professor

Pavle RadovanovicNanotechnology
​Inorganic Chemistry
Physical Chemistry

Room: QNC-4619

Extension: 38144


Website: Pavle Radovanovic


Our research program is generally concerned with the concept of multi-functionality in reduced dimensions, and the applications of multifunctional nanosystems for addressing important chemical, physical, bio-medical, and technological problems. Specifically, we are interested in synthesis, fundamental physical and chemical properties, and applications of rationally designed nanostructured materials that combine tunable optical, electrical and magnetic properties.

Recent publications

  • Hegde, M.; Hosein, I. D.; Radovanovic, P. V. “Molecular Origin of Valence Band Anisotropy in Single β-​Ga2O3 Nanowires Investigated by Polarized X-​ray Absorption Imaging” J. Phys. Chem. C, 2015, 119, 17450-17457.

  • Layek, A.; Stanish, P. C.; Chirmanov, V.; Radovanovic, P. V. “Hybrid ZnO-Based Nanoconjugate for Efficient and Sustainable White Light Generation” Chem. Mater., 2015, 27, 1021-1030.

  • Chirmanov, V.; Stanish, P. C.; Layek, A.; Radovanovic, P. V. “Distance-Dependent Energy Transfer between Ga2O3 Nanocrystal Defect States and Conjugated Organic Fluorophores in Hybrid White Light-Emitting Nanophosphors” J. Phys. Chem. C, 2015, 119, 5687-5696.

  • Hutfluss, L. N.; Radovanovic, P. V. “Controlling the Mechanism of Phase Transformation of Colloidal In2O3 Nanocrystals” J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2015, 137, 1101-1108.

  • Farvid, S. S.; Sabergharesou, T.; Hutfluss, L. N.; Hegde, M.; Prouzet, E.; Radovanovic, P. V. “Evidence of Charge-Transfer Ferromagnetism in Transparent Diluted Magnetic Oxide Nanocrystals: Switching the Mechanism of Magnetic Interactions” J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2014, 136, 7669−7679.

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