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Bastiaan Molleman

Post-Doctoral Fellow

Research Interests

  • Soil chemistry
  • Nutrient management
  • Sensor technology
  • Metal oxide semiconductors
  • Potentiometry
  • Chemical modelling
  • Adsorption processes
  • Nanoparticles
  • Nanotechnology
  • Surface chemistry

Current Projects

SARMENTI – developing an agronomical cloud based solution for farm management advice based on daily nutrient measurements in soil water and air using an array of low-cost, low-energy micro-sensors and LoRa communication.

Education

  • 2019 - PhD Surface Science, Wageningen University and Research centre
  • 2010 - MSc Soil Chemistry, Wageningen University and Research centre
  • 2009 - BSc Soil, Water, Atmosphere, Wageningen University and Research centre

Molleman, B.; Alessi, E. Passaniti, F; Daly, K. Evaluating metal oxide semiconductor sensors for monitoring of methane, nitrous oxide and ammonia emissions from agriculture: a laboratory scale study. (under review).

Molleman, B.; Hiemstra, T. Size and shape dependency of surface energy of metallic nanoparticles: Unifying the atomic and thermodynamic approach. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2018

Molleman, B.; Hiemstra, T. Size and shape dependency of surface energy of metallic nanoparticles: Unifying the atomic and thermodynamic approach. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2018Molleman, B.; Hiemstra, T. Time, pH, and size dependency of silver nanoparticle dissolution: the road to equilibrium. Environmental Science: Nano 2017

Molleman, B.; Hiemstra, T. On the edge of silver nanoparticles: Interface structure, equilibrium, and dynamic silver ion release. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 2016

Molleman, B.; Hiemstra, T. On the edge of silver nanoparticles: Interface structure, equilibrium, and dynamic silver ion release. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 2016Molleman, B.; Hiemstra, T. Surface structure of silver nanoparticles as a model for understanding oxidative dissolution of silver ions. Langmuir 2015.