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Isabelle MERDRIGNAC

Research Chemist Engineer - PhD
Isabelle Merdrignac graduated from the Ecole Supérieure de Chimie Industrielle de Lyon (ESCIL-CPE). She then completed a Master in analytical Chemistry before obtaining a PhD at the university of
Issue 39 of Science@ifpen
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Operando spectroscopy in full transparency

THESIS OF MARISA DE SOUSA DUARTE
Issue 39 of Science@ifpen
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An explosive cocktail for steel fracture?

THESIS OF MARTIEN DUVALL DEFFO AYAGOU
Issue 37 Science@ifpen
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For xylene separation, hierarchy is not all bad

The three xylenea isomers are each employed in numerous growth market applications (polymers, plastifiers and resins). It is thus vital to improve the efficiency of the separation processes for these
Issue 36 of Science@ifpen
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Operando spectroscopy in full transparency

The purification of oil feeds for obtaining clean fuels, as well as the treatment of bio-based feeds that can be incorporated in diesel fuels, rely on the hydrotreatment process and hence on the
Issue 36 of Science@ifpen
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InSPIRed process control

R&D work in the field of process monitoring aims to gain a better understanding of the phenomena involved, increase productivity and enhance safety. In this context, Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS)
Issue 36 of Science@ifpen
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Raman: the secret of a successful separation

The development and optimization of chemical processes increasingly involves the instrumentation of pilot and industrial units with inline effluent analysis technologies, capable of supplying relevant
Science@ifpen n°35
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Catalyst selectivity: spectral investigations

THESIS BY FABIEN CARON
Issue 28 Science@ifpen
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Surface characterization at the right TEMPO

The value of X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) resides in its capacity to supply information on the surface elementary composition (a few nm) and the chemical environment of the atoms probed
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ROCK sets the rhythm for catalyst activation

The development of more efficient hydrotreatment catalysts, based on molybdenum (Mo), requires advanced characterization methods that allow materials to be studied in conditions that match those of