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Rick Joosten is part of the technical staff at the Laboratory of Materials and Interface Chemistry. He started his work in 2016 after finishing his Bachelor of Applied Science at Zuyd University (Dutch: HBO) in Heerlen. He wrote his bachelor thesis on TiO2 – graphene photocatalysts, a microscopy study on the aqueous exfoliation of graphite flakes as induced by TiO2 nanoparticles and ultrasonication, at the TU/e under supervision of Professor Nico N.A.J.M. Sommerdijk and dr. Heiner Friedrich. He is currently working, as part of the Graphene Flagship under supervision of dr. Heiner Friedrich, on the preparation and 2D/3D characterization of graphene oxide membranes for water desalination utilising (cryo) electron microscopy and electron tomography.

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Polymorphism Chemical Compounds
Nucleation Chemical Compounds
Crystals Chemical Compounds
Proteins Chemical Compounds
xylose isomerase Chemical Compounds
Pharmaceutical Vehicles Chemical Compounds
Crystalline materials Chemical Compounds
Mutagenesis Chemical Compounds

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Research Output 2018 2018

  • 28 Citations
  • 1 Article
28 Citations (Scopus)

Molecular nucleation mechanisms and control strategies for crystal polymorph selection

Van Driessche, A. E. S., Van Gerven, N., Bomans, P. H. H., Joosten, R. R. M., Friedrich, H., Gil-Carton, D., Sommerdijk, N. A. J. M. & Sleutel, M., 4 Apr 2018, In : Nature. 556, 7699, p. 89-94 6 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleAcademicpeer-review

Polymorphism
Nucleation
Crystals
Proteins
xylose isomerase