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20152015

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Tom van Daal studied chemical engineering & chemistry at Eindhoven University of technology where he obtained both his bachelor (2013) and master (2015, met grote waardering) degree.
For his master degree he looked into the development of the decoupled approach for mechanoluminescence, based on Palladium-N-heterocylic carbene complexes and base triggerable luminophores, in the Prof. Rint Sijbesma group (TU/e), with the aim to broaden the scope of mechanoluminescence for smaller force events.

After completion of his master thesis and a brief industrial internship at Cambridge Major Laboratories Europe (Weert) he accepted a PhD-position to work on the development of catalytic mechanoluminescence to further broaden te scope of mechanoluminescence and increase the sensitivity.

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  • 38 Citations
  • 1 Article

Probing force with mechanobase-induced chemiluminescence

Clough, J. M., Balan, A., Van Daal, T. L. J. & Sijbesma, R. P., 9 Dec 2015, In : Angewandte Chemie - International Edition. 55, 4, p. 1445–1449 5 p.

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    Extending the pathways towards catalytic mechanoluminescence

    Author: Claes, J., 30 Aug 2017

    Supervisor: van Daal, T. (Supervisor 1), Sijbesma, R. (Supervisor 2), Heuts, J. (Supervisor 2) & Pidko, E. (Supervisor 2)

    Student thesis: Master

    Mechanobased induced chemiluminescence ; towards control of the force threshold for mechanoluminescence and catalytic mechanoluminescence

    Author: van Daal, T., 31 Aug 2015

    Supervisor: Clough, J. (Supervisor 1), Sijbesma, R. (Supervisor 2), Heuts, J. (Supervisor 2) & Milroy, L. (Supervisor 2)

    Student thesis: Master