Crystal chemistry and polymorphism of an iron-tungsten mixed oxide

Stéphane Caubergh

University of Liege

Stéphane Caubergh graduated from the University of Liège as a Master in Chemistry in 2016, after spending the 2014-2015 academic year at Lund University (Sweden) as an Erasmus exchange student. In the fall of 2016 he obtained a FRIA research fellowship from the F.R.S.-FNRS and joined the GREENMAT group to prepare a doctorate thesis. His research project is focused on the crystal chemistry (polymorphism) and the photoelectrochemical properties of an iron-tungsten oxide.


Among the complex metal oxides, the crystal chemistry of the iron-tungsten oxide Fe2WO6 is of interest because of the existence of several crystal structures with different organizations of the FeO6 and WO6 octahedra. The... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Stéphane Caubergh (University of Liege)
  2. Abdelfattah Mahmoud (University of Liege)
  3. Frederic Boschini (University of Liege)
  4. Benedicte Vertruyen (University of Liege)

Topic Areas

Synthesis , Advanced characterisation


PS-1B » Poster Session 1 - Symposium B (17:30 - Monday, 9th July, Foyer)

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