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20
Nov 2018

… put a spoonful of sugar into your coffee in a morning. The solid crystals are solvated in no time at all and disperse in the liquid. What happens at a molecular level is difficult to decipher because the process takes place too quickly at room...

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28
Jun 2019

… droplet-like ensembles and perform biological functions. Scientists think that these biomolecular systems have played a role in initiating life, as the harsh temperature and pressure conditions of the early Earth may have prompted simple organic...

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27
Jul 2020

… Chair of Theoretical Chemistry, reports in the high-impact journal ACS Catalysis on 14 July 2020. Mind the water molecules In a 2018 study, the RUB group of Professor Dominik Marx, Chair of Theoretical Chemistry and Research Area coordinator in...

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08
Mar 2018

…”. Was considered impossible Bonds between carbon and hydrogen are very stable and are reluctant to undergo chemical reactions. “For that reason, it had long been considered impossible to transform these bonds into functional groups”, explains...

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17
Apr 2018

…tity of solvent in which the reaction took place was also crucial. “We have taken a first important step towards harnessing CO2 for the chemical industry, which would be a great economic and environmental advantage,” says Lukas Goossen, member in...

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24
Jun 2019

… development of non-precious metal catalysts plays a decisive role in realising the energy transition as only they are cheap and available in sufficient quantities to produce the required amounts of renewable fuels,” says Kristina Tschulik, a member...

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25
Aug 2020

… run.“Many publications claim high activity, stability and selectivity of electrocatalysts for important energy conversion reactions, but there is a lack of evidence”, says Wolfgang Schuhmann, head of the Centre for Electrochemistry and member of...

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24
Jul 2017

…Nat. Comm.: 3 Questions to RESOLV scientist Stephanie Bleicken about her recent Nature Communications publication on programmed cell death.

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29
Jun 2017

…PNAS: 3 Questions to RESOLV scientist Christian Herrmann about his recent PNAS publication on hGBP1 mechanism.

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… of Bochum from 1982 to 2006, when he retired.  Prof. Staemmler has already amassed ample experience preparing him for the task of ombudsman as he was speaker of the graduate school "Dynamical Processes at Solid Surfaces" at the RUB from 1995 to 2000. He is completely independent of RESOLV and the GSS. If you have any issues or problems, feel free to visit him in his office.  The understanding of chemical reactivity is of key importance for the development and optimization of key chemical processes in both the laboratory and industry. Solvation not only changes the properties of…

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