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Oct 2019

…Angew. Chem.: Noble-metal-free nanoparticles could serve as catalysts for the production of hydrogen from water. Because they are so small, their properties are difficult to determine.

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22
Dec 2018

…Science: Photosynthetic complex I is a key element in photosynthetic electron transport, but little has been known about it so far.

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21
Feb 2013

…Phys. Rev. Lett.: RUB researchers analyse interfaces between water and catalyst with computer simulations. Prof. Dominik Marx and coworkers describe the results in the journals “Physical Review Letters” and “Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters.”

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…Nature Comm.: RESOLV PS Prof. Beatriz Roldan and coworkers have discovered a catalyst that performs highly selective conversion of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide into ethylene – an important source material for the chemical industry.

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…The European Research Council is supporting the catalyst research of Bochum-based scientist Beatriz Roldán Cuenya. She will receive one of the most renowned Consolidator Grants from the European Research Council (ERC).

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… and 26th of May. The session topics for 2021 are "Ultrafast Spectroscopic Methods to Investigate Solvation Dynamics" and "Solvation of Electron-rich and Electron-deficient Compounds". Click on the italicized fields for more information, if available. The Lecture Series is organized and…

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30
Jun 2017

…Angew. Chem.: The envisaged industrial application necessitates catalysts to do their job for years. This new method could assist in achieving it.

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…Science: Photosynthetic complex I is a key element in photosynthetic electron transport, but little has been known about it so far.

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… leaf faster than “natural” photosynthesis - RUB-Scientists publish “very important paper”. replace silicon, Plumere, Schuhmann, engineered electron transfer chain, photosystem, photovoltaics

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…Angew. Chem.: Analyzing nanoparticles individually is a challenge precisely because they are so small. A new technique using electron microscopy and a robotic arm could make the process much easier.

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