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Brief Introduction of the Research Groups

Group of Prof. Dr. D. Gudat

Inorganic Molecular Chemistry

Aromatic phosphorus heterocycles and their coordination chemistry. Group 14 and 15 congeners of carbenes. Phosphanes with particular functions and reactivities. Nmr spectroscopy. Spectroscopic and quantum-chemical investigations into electronic properties of compounds of main-group elements.

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Group of Prof. Dr. W. Kaim

Inorganic Coordination Chemistry

Organic, inorganic, main-group and transition-metal organometallic compounds with unusual optical, magnetic and electrochemical properties, development of N-heterocyclic ligands, radicals and radical ions as catalytic intermediates and in biochemistry, electronic structures of π systems; UV/VIS/NIR and ESR spectroscopy, spectroelectrochemistry and photochemistry, use of MO calculations..

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AK Niewa

Inorganic Materials Chemistry

Inorganic solid-state and materials chemistry. Preparation and characterization of functional materials, primarily with the nitride ion as component: hard materials, electronic and magnetic materials, catalytically active materials, nanoscale materials. Synthesis at high temperatures, high pressures, ammonothermal syntheses, metastable compounds. Structure determination via X-ray and neutron diffraction, electronic and magnetic properties as well as mechanical and chemical behavior.

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Group of Prof. Dr. Th. Schleid

Inorganic Solid State Chemistry

The research focus of the Schleid group lies in the area of multi-anionic salt-like inorganic solid-state compounds, mainly with rare-earth metal cations. Both atomic (F, O2–, N3–, S2–, Se2–, etc.) and complex anions (borates, silicates, phosphates, etc.) are used. Besides synthesis and characterization via X-ray structure analysis, the investigation of structure-property relationships plays an important role. The latter comprises the luminescence behavior of doped compounds, magnetism, ionic- and superconductivity of selected compounds as well as the the investigation of pressure- and temperature induced phase transitions.

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Group of Dr. I. Hartenbach

Inorganic Solid State Chemistry

Rare-earth metal molybdates and tungstates as well as their derivatives with several monovalent anions and alkali metal cations and bismuth derivatives. Charactarization via crystal structure analysis, vibrational spectroscopy, and microprobe analysis. Investigations on their suitabilty as luminescence materials. Synthesis and characterization of reduced molybdates and tungstates.

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Group of Dr. M. Ringenberg

Inorganic Coordination Chemistry