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Department of Inorganic Chemistry
  

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Director:
Prof. Robert Schlögl
 
Research Groups:
Reactivity
Electronic Structure
Electrochemistry
Electron Microscopy
 
Cooperations:
Project Title Details Funded by
"Energy and Chemistry" (ENERCHEM  ... ››)    Max-Planck-Society
"Integrated Design of Catalytic Nanomaterials for a Sustainable Production" (IDECAT  ... ››)    European Commission
"Electrocatalytic Gas-Phase Conversion of CO2 in Confined Catalysts"      European Commission
"European Laboratory for Catalysis and Surface Science"      European Commission
"Carbon Nanotubes for Applications in Electronics, Catalysis, Composites and Nano-Biology"      European Commission
1. "Electron microscopy study of one-dimensional II-VI semicondutor nanostructures grown by molecular-beam epitaxy"
2. "Nanostructured transition metal oxides as new humidity sensors materials"
3. "Synthesis, characterization and catalytic properties of mesoporous materials"
"Identification of local environment of transition metal promoter cations in zirconia-based heterogeneous catalysts"
"Intensities of IR stretching bands as a criterion of polarization and activation of adsorbed molecules in heterogeneous acid-base catalysis"
"Nanochemie für eine zukünftige Automobiltechnik" ZEIT-Stiftung, Hamburg
SFB 546: "Struktur, Dynamik und Reaktivität von Übergangsmetalloxid-Aggregaten" Sonderforschungsbereich der DFG
"Rational Development of Oxide Catalysts for Propane Functionalisation" (Combicat) Combicat Centre, Universiti Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
"TEM and Raman spectroscopy of nanostructured transition metal oxides"   DFG, MPG, Zagreb
"Non-strcutured catalysts for Environment Protection and Green Chemistry"   DFG, MPG, Krakov
"Unifying Concepts in Catalysis" (UNICaT) CoE (Cluster of Excellence)
"Entwicklung und Scale-up einer kostengünstigen Produktionstechnologie zur Herstellung von Carbon Nanotubes (Carboscale)"
"In-situ Characterization of Propene Oxidation Catalysts and Catalysis"   Sumitomo
"Entwicklung von Methanolsysthesekatalysatoren als Basis für nachhaltige Ressourcennutzung"
"Molecular Engineering for Conversion of Biomass derived Reactants to Fuels, Chemicals and Materials" (PIRE)   FHI, Univ. New Mexico
PROX catalysts      Max-Planck-Society
"Oxidnitride des Zirconiums als Materialien und Modellverbindungen für die katalytische Aktivierung von Ammoniak"  
Mischoxide   Südchemie
Elektroden-Charakterisierung   FuEV
"Carbon-based challenging nanostructured materials for catalytic application"
Partner group Dalian, Chinese Academy of Sciences
     Max-Planck-Society
"Raman-Spektroskopie als diagnostisches Tool zur Bestimmung der Struktur-Reaktivitäts-Korrelation von Ruß unterschiedlicher Mikrostruktur"  
"In situ studies of oxygen species in the ethylene epoxidation over silver"      Max-Planck-Society
"Development of a high pressure photoelectron spectrometer"   MPG and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories, USA
"Pd model catalysts in oxidation reactions"      Max-Planck-Society
"Entwicklung, Charakterisierung und in situ-Katalyseverhalten neuartiger, nanostrukturierter Übergangsmetalloxid-Modell-Katalysatoren für Partialoxidationen"  
"Functional analysis of noble metal catalysts in selective hydrogenation"   MPG and Inst. of Isotopes (Budapest, Hungary)
"In situ XPS collaboration"   UOP LLC, a Honeywell company
"Interaction of Surface and Gas Reactions in High Temperature (max ca.1300░C) High Pressure (max. ca. 5 M Pa) Catalytic Alkane Oxidations"  
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