- Water and aqueous solutions;
- Liquid crystals;
- Supercritical liquids;
- Molten salts, ionic liquids and their applications;
- Deep eutectic solvents and eutectic mixtures;
- Solutions in general, solvation processes and coordination chemistry in solution;
- Structural determinations of liquid and glasses (scattering, X-rays, neutrons, simulations, etc.);
- Colligative properties;
- Surfactant and colloidal solutions;
- Liquid models and theory;
- Liquid chromatography;
- Liquids on surfaces (wetting, etc.).
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Short Biography of Authors
|Enrico Bodo is a professor of Physical Chemistry at the University of Rome La Sapienza (Italy). He teaches physical chemistry to undergraduates and computational chemistry to mas-ter’s students. He achieved his Ph.D. in 2002 following research in astrochemistry; sub-sequently, he has been a Fellow Visitor of the Institute of Atomic and Molecular Physics at the Harvard–Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (Cambridge, USA). During this pe-riod, his main research interests were rooted in atomic and molecular collision theory and scattering processes. Since 2004, he has been a researcher (Assistant Professor) in Sapi-enza, where he became a Professor in 2015. Over the last 15 years, his research activities have shifted toward the field of material chemistry and molecular liquids, with special attention on ionic liquids. In recent years, he has been a Visiting and Invited Professor at the Laboratoire Analyse et Modélisation pour la Biologie et l’Environnement (Evry, France), and at the Université Paris-Saclay (Orsay, France). He has received both financial and computational support from various national and international institutions. To date, he has co-authored 135 publications in the fields of molecular physics and physical chemistry. His main scientific interests now lie in the description of liquid systems of technological relevance via computational methods. https://www.chem.uniroma1.it/en/department/people/enrico-bodo|
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