Jonas, Harald, Markus, Robert and Fang present our results at the International Mass Spectrometry Conference in Maastricht. Marie Schäfer defends her Bachelor thesis with the title "Reactivity of the fragment ion[B12I8SCN]- in molecular layers".
Markus Rohdenburg is one of the 611 young scientists from 91 countries taking part in the 71st Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau from June 26 to July 1, 2022.
Four female and six male researchers are to receive the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Prize this year – the top award for early career investigators in Germany.
Markus Rohdenburg receives the Bremer Study Award for his doctoral thesis. Congratulations!
The Ion Soft-landing laboratory at IOM is now officially a joint lab of our group with the IOM. A contract has been signed.
Our research is funded by a Freigeist Fellowship of the Volkswagen Foundation, by the CRC "Polymers under multiple constraints" and the Research Training Group "Hydrogen Isotopes 1,2,3H". We thank the Fonds der Chemischen Industrie for a material cost allowence.
Our primary goal is the utilization of charged molecules and their fragments – generated within a mass spectrometer – for the synthesis of condensed phase matter.
T. Wulf, J. Warneke, T. Heine study the isotopologue-selective binding of dihydrogen at the undercoordinated boron site using ab initio quantum chemistry.
RSC Adv. 2021, 11, 28466-28475.
The authors F. Yang, K. A. Behrend, H. Knorke, M. Rohdenburg, A. Charvat, C. Jenne, B. Abel, J. Warneke show that reactions between fragment ions generated in the gas phase and molecular ions of the same polarity are possible by soft-landing of both reagents on surfaces.
H. Samayoa-Oviedo , K-A. Behrend, S. Kawa, H. Knorke, P Su, M. E. Belov, G. Anderson, J. Warneke, and J. Laskin report about the development of a new high-flux electrospray ionization-based instrument for soft landing of mass-selected fragment ions onto surfaces.
Anal. Chem. 2021, 93, 14489-14496.…
Q. Yuan, M. Rohdenburg, W. Cao, E. Aprà, J. Landmann, M. Finze, J. Warneke, and Xue-Bin Wang report about the observation of a small, yet remarkably stable, metal-free hexacyanodiborate dianion [B2(CN)6]2– in the gas phase.
J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2021, 12, 12005–12011.
Positions in the Junior Research Group.