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Director:  Prof. Robert Schlögl
Research Groups:
Dr. Annette Trunschke
Electronic Structure
Dr. Axel Knop-Gericke
Liquid/vapor Interfaces
Dr. Hendrik Bluhm
Electron Microscopy
Dr. Thomas Lunkenbein
Support Groups:
Theory Support
Prof. Klaus Hermann
• Energie. Wende. Jetzt.
Eckpunkte für eine zukünftige Energieversorgung
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Die klügste Nacht des Jahres
Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften — 15. Juni 2019
Department of Heterogeneous Reactions ... ››
Director: Prof. Dr. Robert Schlögl        

Conversation with Prof. Robert Schlögl:

Chemie-Show am Max-Planck-Tag 2018:

SpecsEx: Wissenschaft als Show    
Schöne und aufregende Experimente
zur Begeisterung des Publikums ... ››
Vortrag: Prof. Dr. Robert Schlögl - Die Energiewende. Wunsch und Wirklichkeit ... ››
Nanostructured catalysts for chemical energy storage    
Das Infoportal für Erneuerbare Energien und Klima    
Herausforderung Energie    
Ausgewählte Vorträge der
126. Versammlung der GDNÄ e.V. ... ››
The projects of FHI / Dept. of AC within UniCat    
Research area A: Bridging the materials gap in complex catalysis ... ››
Research Field A3: Hierarchically organised solid catalysts ... ››
Leistungskurs Chemie zu Besuch am FHI    
Field day to the FHI    
Early insight into the world of science    
Past catalytic performance data on oxidative coupling of methane ... ››

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The department AC in the Fritz-Haber-Institute aims to gain a generalized understanding of heterogeneous catalysis as a multi-scale phenomenon. To achieve this goal the department develops and applies in situ methodology and combines the obtained information with kinetic data. The rationale behind this approach is the realization that catalysts are dynamic materials whose active centres are formed or transformed under reaction conditions.
The FHI contributes within all departments towards the understanding of heterogeneous catalysts defined as the prediction of the macroscopically observable performance of a kinetically demanding reaction over a given catalyst system and under given reaction conditions.

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Address: Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Faradayweg 4-6, 14195 Berlin, Germany
Abteilung Anorganische Chemie - Direktor Prof. Dr. Robert Schlögl
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