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Maximilian Schmucker


FMF R 03060


PostDoc with Fraunhofer ISE

Cathode Active Materials for Lithium Ion Batteries.

Denis Priester

Protoelectric Potential Map, liquid junction potential, Silver ion transfer Gibbs energies


Alexei Schmidt

Ionic Liquids, Redox Flow Battery, Electrochemistry, Mg- and Al-Battery

Monika Bäuerle


R 333

203-4782 / 6148

Electrochemistry, PPM, Ionic Liquids, Novel ILSB

Dustin Kubas


R 01039 FMF

203-4733 / 4734

One Step DME-Synthesis - Heterogenous Catalysis


Christian Friedmann

Cluster Cations, F-Chemistry, Fluorinated Carborates

Niklas Gebel

Electrochemistry, PPM, Reversible Hydrogen Electrodes, ILSB, Proton Transfer Gibbs Energies


Manuel Schmitt

Towards Gold-Dinitrogen Complexes, Nickel Carbonyl Cations

Andreas Billion


R 01039 FMF

203-4733 / 4734


sustainable catalysis

Stephan Burger


R 03055 FMF

203-97624 / 4784

Anode and Cathode Protection in Li-Ion- and Li-Metal-Batteries


Tobias Neumann

 All Solid State Batteries


Regina Stroh

Quantum Chemial Calculations for the PPM, Single Ion Gibbs Transfer Energies

Felix Hilfinger


R 01039 FMF


Bio-DME-Project, Heterogenous Catalysis towards One Step DME Synthesis


Philipp Dabringhaus

Reactive Cations of Group 2 to 5, Application in Polymerisation Chemistry and homogeneous Catalysis

Jan Kulenkampff


F-Chem, Fluorinated Carborates for Reactive Cations


David Röhner

Using 'naked' Co[I]-Cations for Synthesis and Bond Activation


Fritz Wortelkamp


R 03055 FMF

203-96753 / 97624

Protection of Cathode Active Materials for Batteries and depositions on Silicon Surfaces

Lukas Ernst


R 01051 FMF


Heterogeneous Catalysis towards sustainable Methanol Synthesis from CO2 and H2

Jan Rall


R 330


Ammoniumyl Radical Cations as Innocent Deelectronators

Antoine Barthélemy

Ga(I)-Cluster Chemistry and -Catalysis @ Hydrosilylation

David Jurado

Theoretical studies investigating the mechanism of Methanol-Synthesis from  CO2 and H2

Malte Sellin

Generation of Reactive Cations by Means of Innocent Deelectronators and Weakly Coordinating Anions