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… and application of chemical products. A new stage in technological sorption and purification processes has been entered with the development of ionic liquids as green solvents. Nonconventional solvent mixtures are just being explored for the more effective conversion of biomass to feedstock chemicals.…

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… science. Heterogeneous catalysis is the prime example where reactions are accelerated due to the presence of surfaces including catalytically active liquid/solid interfaces. Within the last decades, surface science has triggered an impressive boost in the molecular understanding of catalytic processes.…

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… - ranging from simple ions through peptides up to electrode surfaces - and solvents - ranging from water and supercritical carbon dioxide through to ionic liquids - at the molecular level. This requires the culmination of a broad armory of state-of-the-art spectroscopic, synthetic, engineering, and…

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… and application of chemical products. A new stage in technological sorption and purification processes has been entered with the development of ionic liquids as green solvents. Nonconventional solvent mixtures are just being explored for the more effective conversion of biomass to feedstock chemicals.…

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… Marx analysed how to study the Widom line experimentally by means of terahertz spectroscopy. -Phys. Rev. Let. Marx, supercritical state, water, liquid

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… Hydrophobic Interactions Dr. Hendrik Bluhm Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, USA Liquid/solid interfaces investigated by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy Prof. Ib Chorkendorff Technical…

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… Gaigeot, Marie-Pierre University Évry-Val d'Essonne, France Solvation and vibrational spectroscopy at solid oxyde/liquid water interfaces from AIMD simulations Jørgensen, Karl Anker University of Aarhus, Denmark …

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… Bochum Physical Chemistry I fileadmin/content/01_about-us/02_resolv_members/Herrmann.jpg Protein thermodynamics in aqueous co-solvents and ionic liquids, enzymatic reactions, protein interactions, microcalorimetry, CD spectroscopy; kinetics, stopped flow, T-jump…

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… Accurate thermophysical property measurements and investigation of the phase behavior (gas-to-liquid) taking account of surface phenomena (adsorption, capillary condensation, bulk condensation)…

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… majority of chemical reactions, including those that are central to many important industrial and biological processes, take place within a liquid environment. Water is the most prominent example of such a solvent. The process of solvation itself, i.e. the dissolving of a chemical substance, is…

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