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Nanoparticles are dispersed in liquids in various of their applicational fields. To date only theoretical simulations predicted the behaviour of solvent molecules at the nanoparticle surface. For the first time, the restructuring of solvent molecules within nanoscopic solvation shells around the nanoparticle interface was experimentally shown within a PhD thesis at our institute. Zobel, M., Neder, R. B., and Kimber, S. A., Science. Detailed information about the application can be found here.

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