Publications

Willhelm-Ostwald-Institut für Physikalische und Theoretische Chemie

First joint publication of the Asmis, Tonner and Warneke groups

Importance of π-Backbonding for the Reactivity of Electrophilic Anions

Joint research work headed by the junior research group Warneke together with the Tonner and Asmis groups on the systematic investigation of the relevance of π-backbonding involving the delocalized σ-electron systems in superelectrophilic anions.

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Professur Asmis

Communication in ChemPhysChem

Spectral Fingerprint of Solvent-Bridged Ion Pairs Identified

A molecular-level understanding of ion solvation is of fundamental interest in various fields, ranging from biochemistry to atmospheric chemistry. Currently, one of the key challenges is to assess and model the extent of ion pairing in aqueous electrolyte solutions. Obtaining detailed information on…

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Professur Asmis

Feature Article Appears in J. Phys. Chem. A

Online Monitoring of Isomeric Reaction Intermediates

This overview article features Martin Mayer's work as part of his doctoral thesis at the Wilhelm-Ostwald-Institute on isomer-specific online monitoring of reaction intermediates in microfluidic chip reactors.

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Professur Asmis

Int. Symposium on Theory and Mechanism of Molecular Reactions

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Professur Asmis

Cluster Meeting 2021

The Cluster Meeting 2021 is a topical international conference with main focus on catalysis, reactivity, characterization, imaging and modeling of primarily size-selected clusters, both free and supported. Selected hot topics from related areas of cluster science will be included and special…

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Professur Asmis

Milena Barp: Preliminary results of Hexafluorisopropanol H-bond network investigation

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Professur Asmis

Kick-Off ETN CATCHY

The European Training Network CATCHY aims to create new, high-performance cluster-based catalysts for the conversion of atmospheric CO2 into added-value synthetic materials with a catalysis-by-design approach based on advances in the atomic-scale understanding, analytical and in situ / in operando…

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