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… lithium battery electrodes Domke, Katrin MPI for Polymer Research, Germany Raman under water - pushing sensitivity and spatial resolution Falconer, Robert University of Sheffield, UK The Application of Microcalorimetry and Terahertz Spectroscopy to Study the Interaction between Proteins, Cosolutes and Water Gaigeot, Marie-Pierre University Évry-Val d'Essonne, France Solvation and vibrational spectroscopy at solid oxyde/liquid water…

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Mar 2019

… close this gap. It offers founders laboratories, offices, contact to business partners and advice from professionals, who are also very familiar with the commercial aspects of setting up a company. They can help, for instance, to assess the success...

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Aug 2020

…Angew.Chem.: Until now, unwanted by-products have always been produced during the reactions. The catalyst opens up new applications.

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Dec 2016

… propanol, methane or ethylene. Prof Dr Guido Clever has won the ERC Consolidator Grant - 2 million Euro for five years. The chemist from TU Dortmund University will design and synthesize nanometer-size cages and capsules from molecular building...

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… of how to control conformational dynamics and chemical reactivity under stressed solvent conditions, which is of key importance for the development and optimization of chemical processes. Advancing the understanding of solvation under extreme conditions will grant access to new technological applications, ranging from homogeneous and (bio-)catalysis, to the stabilization of bio-products. These studies also strongly impact on other disciplines such as astrochemistry, astrobiology and green chemistry. Highlight Publications RESEARCH AREA III SOLVATION UNDER EXTREME CONDITIONS

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…Consistent promotion of young researchers: a springboard to professorship RUB young academics’ applications are successful

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… 1 A Prof. Dr. Viktoria Däschlein-Gessner Ruhr-Universität Bochum Inorganic Chemistry II fileadmin/content/01_about-us/02_resolv_members/Daeschlein_Gessner.jpg Organometallic Chemistry: Tailoring structures and properties of carbanionic reagents for selective synthetic applications http://www.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/ac2/index.html.en 11c85e3498ba4726feac4fa0b92a65fb15daeadb 1 A Prof. Dr. Lukas J. Gooßen Ruhr-Universität Bochum Organic Chemistry I fileadmin/content/01_about-us/02_resolv_members/Goossen.jpg Development of catalytic methods, C-C, C-H and CO2 activation,…

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…ECR GROUP LEADERS Prof. Dr. Viktoria Däschlein-Gessner Ruhr-Universität Bochum Inorganic Chemistry II fileadmin/content/01_about-us/02_resolv_members/Daeschlein_Gessner.jpg Organometallic Chemistry: Tailoring structures and properties of carbanionic reagents for selective synthetic applications http://www.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/ac2/index.html.en 80c5ba5fa07eaa87fc0cbb010bbaf79bd6b6aa8b 0 Jun.-Prof. Dr. Müge Kasanmascheff Technische Universität Dortmund Physical Chemistry fileadmin/content/01_about-us/02_resolv_members/Kasanmascheff.jpg Electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy, hyperfine spectroscopy, amino acid…

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… Council. For his research Dr Nicolas Plumeré has received 1.5 million Euro for five years from the European Research Council (ERC). The head of the RUB Molecular Nanostructures Research Group has received one of the prestigious ERC Starting Grants. Plumeré wants to use the funds to move closer to applications for highly active, but fragile catalysts for energy conversion. Instead of platinum It is a challenge to transform energy from renewable energy sources into a form that can be stored, for example the chemical fuel hydrogen. Currently, doing so usually requires using the expensive and rare…

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… Council. For his research Dr Nicolas Plumeré has received 1.5 million Euro for five years from the European Research Council (ERC). The head of the RUB Molecular Nanostructures Research Group has received one of the prestigious ERC Starting Grants. Plumeré wants to use the funds to move closer to applications for highly active, but fragile catalysts for energy conversion. Instead of platinum It is a challenge to transform energy from renewable energy sources into a form that can be stored, for example the chemical fuel hydrogen. Currently, doing so usually requires using the expensive and rare…

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