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Maximilian Schmucker

Halomanganates, redox flow batteries


Andreas Peter


R 01039 FMF



sustainable catalysis

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

 Li Battery


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