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  • 2-dimensioanal materials Go to
  • 2D materials Go to
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  • 3rd Generation, Sustainable Biofuels Go to
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  • Activation of C-H bonds by MnO porphyrine complexes Go to
  • Activation of inert bonds (CH and C-F) by transition metal complexes Go to
  • Activation of molecular oxygen and other oxygen donors Go to
  • Active-site structure and mechanism Go to
  • Advanced Characterisation using X-ray diffraction, solid-state NMR and PDF techniques Go to
  • Advanced characterization methods Go to
  • algebraic techniques for structure and dynamics in anharmonic systems Go to
  • All aspects of phosphorus chemistry: low coordinated species, heterocycles, macrocycles, cryptands, spherands, chiral ligands for catalysis, polymers, interactions between transition metals and various unsaturated phosphorus derivatives. Go to
  • Allene synthesis and epoxidation. Natural product synthesis of terpenes Go to
  • All kinds of batteries (Li, Li-ion, Li-oxygen, Li-S, Na-ion, Mg, Lead-Acid, Al-air) Go to
  • Analysis and interpretation of optical, vibrational, and magnetic resonances spectroscopies (keywords: theoretical spectroscopy) Go to
  • Analysis of weak intermolecular interactions in condensed phases Go to
  • Analytical and synthetic carbohydrate chemistry interaction with enzymes Go to
  • analytical chemistry Go to
  • Analytical Chemistry Go to
  • analytical chemistry, organic chemistry and biochemistry Go to
  • Analytical instrumentation and spectroscopy Go to
  • Antibacterial applications in medicine Go to
  • Anticancer drug discovery and translational and molecular medicine Go to
  • Aperiodic Crystallography Go to
  • Aperiodic materials (incommensurate materials and quasicrystals) Go to
  • Application of mathematics Go to
  • Application of new techniques to investigate important industrial catalysts under realistic conditions Go to
  • Applications in organic synthesis of Pd-water-soluble catalysts Go to
  • Applications of coordination chemistry in catalysis, medicine, ion-exchange, surface chemistry Go to
  • Applications of hybrids Go to
  • Architecture vs. function relationship in complex and multicomponent supramolecular materials Go to
  • Aromatic Metal Clusters (Pd, Pt, Ru, Rh) and their use as new catalysts Go to
  • aromatic nucleophilic substitution, in particular Vicarious Nucleophilic Substitution (VNS) Go to
  • Artificial Photosynthetic Systems and Photovoltaic Devices (All organic and perovskites solar cells) Go to
  • Assembling of nanocrystals in organised structures, incorporation in polymer matrix and their characterisation from spectroscopical, structural, morphological and photo-electrochemical points of view Go to
  • "ASYMMETRIC CATALYSIS" Go to
  • Asymmetric catalysis Go to
  • Asymmetric hydrogenation reactions, Synthesis of Fragrances, Dynamic Kinetic Resolution Go to
  • asymmetric synthesis Go to
  • Asymmetric synthesis involving heteroatoms (S, P, N, I) Go to
  • Atmospheric chemistry Go to
  • Atmospheric chemistry Go to
  • Atomic force microscopy (AFM) Go to
  • A wide range of solution-state NMR techniques Go to
B
  • Batteries and supercapacitors Go to
  • Batteries Go to
  • Benzenoid Hydrocarbons Go to
  • Bimetallics with Silicon ligands Go to
  • biocatalysis Go to
  • Biocatalysis Go to
  • Bioencapsulation Go to
  • Biofuel cells Go to
  • Bioinorganic chemistry Go to
  • Bioinorganic chemistry Go to
  • Bio-inspired and biomimetic electrode materials for sensing and energy conversion Go to
  • Bio-inspired approaches to hierarchically structured inorganic and hybrid organic-inorganic materials Go to
  • bioinspired catalysis Go to
  • Bio-inspired materials Go to
  • Biological lubrication Go to
  • Biological sensors Go to
  • Biomass conversion and organic synthesis Go to
  • Biomass transformations Go to
  • Biomaterials Go to
  • Biomaterials Go to
  • Biomimetic Chemistry Go to
  • Biomimetic Oxidation Go to
  • Biomimetic polymers Go to
  • Biomimetic Systems: Structure of Complex Interfaces Go to(amphiphiles, peptides, proteins, polymers, clusters, particles; Polymer (protein)/Lipid Interactions; Processes at Surfaces of Model Membranes
  • Biophosphates Go to
  • Biophysical methods Go to
  • biophysics Go to
  • Biophysics Go to
  • Biosensing Go to
  • BIOSENSORS, BIOFUEL CELLS Go to
  • Bio-spectroscopy including ECD, IR spectroscopy Go to
  • Biosynthetic hybrids Go to
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  • cancer Go to
  • Cancer Go to
  • Carbene complexes Go to
  • Carbohydrates and cyclitols Go to
  • Carbohydrates Go to
  • Carbon capture Go to
  • Carbon dioxide Capture and Storage Go to
  • Carbon dioxide Capture and Use Go to
  • Carbon nanoforms for bio-medical applications: Infections by emergent viruses Go to
  • Carbon nanostructures for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Go to
  • CARBON NANOSTRUCTURES Go to
  • Carbon nanotube growth and devices Go to
  • Carbon nanotubes (modification and characterization) Go to
  • Carbon Nanotubes Technologies Go to
  • Carbon-neutral liquid fuels Go to
  • Catalysis and catalytic processes Go to
  • Catalysis and gas separation in porous materials Go to
  • catalysis chemistry Go to
  • Catalysis Go to
  • Catalysis Go to
  • Catalysis Go to
  • CATALYSIS Go to
  • catalysis Go to
  • Catalysis Go to
  • Catalysis Go to
  • Catalysis Go to
  • Catalysis Go to
  • Catalysis Go to
  • Catalysis Go to
  • Catalysis, Metal Organic Chemistry, Elementary reactions in Chemistry and Physics Go to
  • Catalysis (metathesis, C-C coupling, oxidation) Go to
  • Catalysis processes involving gas-solid, liquid-solid and solid-solid interfaces Go to
  • Catalytic kinetics Go to
  • Catalytic oxidation Go to
  • Catalytic oxidation Go to
  • Catalytic oxidation Go to
  • Catalytic oxidation of carbon monoxide over platinum (catalytic converter) Go to
  • Catalytic oxidations (epoxidation and hydroxylation), catalytic oxidation of pollutants, chemistry of metalloporphyrins, modelling of heme-containing enzymes (cytochrome P450, peroxidases, catalase, chloroperoxidase), non-heme oxidation catalysts Go to
  • Catalytic studies involving (hydro-)isomerisation of hydrocarbons, selective hydrogenations, aldol-condensation, synthesis gas conversion (paraffins, olefins and alcohols) and biomass conversions Go to
  • Cavity ring-down spectroscopy Go to
  • Cell-penetrating pepides, membrane translocation mechanisms. Go to
  • C-H activation Go to
  • Characterisation and application of pulsed laser ablation processes Go to
  • Chemi- and physisorption of H2 molecules on metallic surfaces with a combined cluster-periodic-embedding approach. Go to
  • Chemical applications of supercritical fluids, with particular emphasis on Green Chemistry Go to
  • CHEMICAL BIOLOGY Go to
  • Chemical Biology Go to
  • Chemical biology Go to
  • Chemical crystallography Go to
  • CHEMICAL DATA SCIENCES Go to
  • Chemical data sciences Go to
  • CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Go to
  • Chemical Engineering in the field of multiphase gas-liquid-solid catalytic reactors encountered in the field of air and water depollution and in the field of Process Intensification Go to
  • chemical interactions Go to
  • Chemical kinetics and catalysis Go to
  • CHEMICAL KINETICS Go to
  • Chemical Medicine Go to
  • chemical modeling of complex aqueous systems Go to
  • Chemical physics Go to
  • Chemical Processes Go to
  • Chemical processes on solid surfaces Go to
  • Chemical reaction engineering Go to
  • Chemical reactivity Go to
  • CHEMICAL SCIENCES Go to
  • Chemical sensors Go to
  • Chemical technology Go to
  • Chemical vapour deposition- APCVD Go to
  • Chemistry and Physics in Confined Space: Structure Transitions Go to(phase transitions and separations, crystallization and growth, swelling); Encapsulation and Release; Sonochemistry
  • Chemistry and physics of single molecules Go to
  • CHEMISTRY Go to
  • Chemistry Go to
  • chemistry Go to
  • Chemistry Go to
  • Chemistry Go to
  • Chemistry Go to
  • Chemistry Go to
  • chemistry Go to
  • Chemistry of organo potassium trifluoroborates/ Cross-coupling reactions Go to
  • chemistry of transition metals in synthesis, spectroscopy, nanochemistry, bioinorganic chemistry including biological nitrogen fixation, molecular magnets, molecular physics, history and philosophy of science. Go to
  • CHEMISTRY PHYSICS Go to
  • Chemistry, structural organic and supramolecular Go to
  • chemistry under extreme conditions Go to
  • Chemometrics Go to
  • chiral dendrimers Go to
  • Chiral polymers Go to
  • Chromophoric and luminescent materials and triplet emitters Go to
  • Cluster and Helium nanodroplets Go to
  • Coatings for antimicrobial applications Go to
  • Cobalt-assisted [2+2+2]] cycloaddition Go to
  • Coil-globule transitions, associating polymers Go to
  • Colloid science Go to
  • Combination of first principle methods with classical simulation techniques Go to
  • Combined use of experimental techniques and theoretical chemistry Go to
  • Combined use of experimental techniques (electron diffraction, mass spectrometry, vibrational spectroscopy) and theoretical chemistry Go to
  • COMPLEX SYSTEMS, ORIGIN OF LIFE Go to
  • Composite materials Go to
  • compounds with elements of low oxidation states Go to
  • Computational and theoretical electrochemistry Go to
  • Computational biomaterials, including the development of accurate models for bioactive glasses and the collagen/mineral interface to provide insight into the composite bone tissue and implant materials. Go to
  • Computational chemistry for the study of organometallic species Go to
  • Computational chemistry Go to
  • COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY Go to
  • Computational chemistry Go to
  • Computational chemistry Go to
  • Computational chemistry Go to
  • Computational chemistry Go to
  • Computational design of novel materials and molecular systems for energy-related challenges Go to
  • Computational heterogeneous catalysis, especially for micro-porous and oxide materials; Go to
  • Computationally-led materials design Go to
  • Computational Materials Chemistry, especially structure/property relationships of functional materials Go to
  • Computational Materials Science Go to
  • Computational physics Go to
  • Computational prediction of properties of organic crystals Go to
  • Computational studies of d0 alkylidene Schrock olefin metathesis reactions Go to
  • Computational studies of dihydrogen transfer reactions, activation of N2 Go to
  • Computational studies of metal hydrides (prediction of structures, properties NMR, reactivity) Go to
  • Computational studies of structures, electronic structures and reaction pathways Go to
  • Computer-aided design of catalysts for sustainable energy processes, including CO2 reduction and biomass conversion to fuel Go to
  • Computer modeling of plasmas Go to
  • Computer modelling of inorganic materials Go to
  • Computer simulation of evolution in vitro Go to
  • Computer simulation of polymer systems Go to
  • Conjugated Hydrocarbons Go to
  • Constitutional dynamic chemistry Go to
  • Controlling crystal growth and transport processes in solid inclusion compounds Go to
  • Conventional and controlled radical polymerizations Go to
  • Coordination chemistry, complexes Go to
  • COORDINATION CHEMISTRY Go to
  • Coordination chemistry Go to
  • Coordination Chemistry Go to
  • Co-ordination chemistry Go to
  • Coordination chemistry of transition-metal ions Go to
  • coordination chemistry of transition metals Go to
  • Coordination compounds Go to
  • Cristallography Go to
  • CRYSTAL CHEMISTRY Go to
  • CRYSTAL ENGINEERING Go to
  • crystal engineering Go to
  • Crystal engineering Go to
  • Crystallography Go to
  • Crystal structure prediction Go to
  • Crystal structure prediction Go to
  • Cultural Heritage Go to
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  • Defect physics and chemistry of solid materials Go to
  • Defects in oxides and their spectroscopic properties (keyword: defects) Go to
  • Dendrimers and novel macromolecular architectures Go to
  • dendritic and other functional polymers Go to
  • Design and development of hybrid trioxane-containing molecules (trioxaquines®) as antimalarials Go to
  • Design and development of new copper-specific chelating agents as potential therapeutic agents for Alzheimer’s disease Go to
  • Design and development of trioxaquines as anti-schistosomiasis drugs Go to
  • Design and Preparation of chiral Ruthenium/ Iridium Catalysts Go to
  • Designed construction of hybrid organic-inorganic materials Go to
  • Development and application of laser based plasma diagnostic methods Go to
  • Development and application of new strategies and techniques for structure determination from powder X-ray diffraction data Go to
  • Development and construction of scientific apparatus Go to
  • Development of a multidisciplinary field, called bioorganometallic chemistry, dedicated to the synthesis and study of biologically-interesting organometallic complexes Go to
  • Development of in-situ spectro-electrochemical tools for highly reactive electrochemical systems Go to
  • development of instruments and techniques Go to
  • Development of new experimental methodologies for investigating the mechanisms of fast reactions Go to
  • development of new synthetic methods Go to
  • Development of novel electrochemical biosensors and immunosensors on the basis of conductive polymers Go to
  • Development of novel quantum chemical methods for strongly correlated systems Go to
  • Development of original methodologies to determine the asymptotic electronic and vibrational (hyper)polarizabilities of the infinite polymer chains Go to
  • DFT and ab initio methods Go to
  • DFT calculations Go to
  • Diamond Electrochemistry Go to
  • Dihydrogen complexes Go to
  • Directed Evolution Go to
  • Discoverer of the Cadogan reaction Go to
  • Discrete mathematics Go to
  • disease Go to
  • Dispersed metals Go to
  • DNA-supramolecular structures with small as well as large molecules: chiral substitution-inert metal complexes and peptide nucleic acids Go to
  • DRUG DELIVERY AND NANOMEDICINE Go to
  • Drug delivery Go to
  • Drug development studies Go to
  • During his career, Johnson has conducted extensive research into many different areas of chemistry, most recently on nano particles. Go to
  • Dyes and pigments Go to
  • Dynamic characterization of peptides and proteins Go to
  • Dynamic Kinetic Resolution Go to
  • Dynamics at Interfaces: Molecular Motion (translational, rotational); Electron/Energy Transfer; Molecular Exchange Go to
  • dynamics in phase space, including the application of information theory Go to
  • Dynamics of concentrated polymer solutions and melts Go to
  • dynamics of ligand and electron exchange reactions for actinides Go to
  • dynamics of separation processes Go to
E
  • Eectronically conductive polymers Go to
  • Elaboration of an additive model allowing transferring elastic and electro-mechanic parameters from the atomistic description to continuous media in the case of nanowires and nanostructures of semi-conductors (ZnO, AlN, GaN). Applications of this model are used to complete experimental developments of sensors and captors based on piezoelectric properties. Go to
  • Electroactive inorganic polycrystals and self-assembled multilayers Go to
  • ELECTROANALYSIS Go to
  • Electrochemical and optical biosensors, immunosensors and DNA sensors Go to
  • Electrochemical transduction of biological processes Go to
  • Electrochemistry Go to
  • Electrochemistry Go to
  • Electrochemistry Go to
  • ELECTRO-CHEMISTRY, MATERIALS SCIENCE, ENERGY Go to
  • ELECTROCHEMISTRY/PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY Go to
  • Electrogenerated conducting and redox polymers Go to
  • Electroluminescence and electrochemiluminescence Go to
  • Electron based nanochemical analysis Go to
  • Electronic materials Go to
  • Electronic properties of metal catalysts Go to
  • Electronic structure and spectroscopy of small metallic compounds (Zn2 and HgZn), oxides (AlO), halides (F, Cl and Br) of I-B metals and dihydrides (CuH2 and AgH2). Go to
  • Electronic structure of catalysts based upon transition metal oxides Go to
  • Electronic structure of low-dimensional materials Go to
  • Electronic structure of metal complexes Go to
  • Electronic structure (static and dynamic) of transition metal compounds Go to
  • Electronic structure theory of atoms and molecules Go to
  • Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) spectroscopy Go to
  • Electron spectroscopy, microscopy, molecular beams Go to
  • electron transfer reactions Go to
  • Electron transfer theory Go to
  • Electrophilic amination reactions Go to
  • Electrophilic catalysis of the oxy-Cope reaction.Transition metal catalysis Go to
  • Electrophilic fluorination Go to
  • Elementary steps of surface reactions Go to
  • Enantioselective reactions, Go to
  • Energy applications Go to
  • Energy (CO2 reduction, photovoltaic cells, gaz purification...) Go to
  • Energy conversion (fuel cells) Go to
  • Energy conversion Go to
  • energy harvesting and conversion Go to
  • Energy Materials, e.g. a concerted experimental and computational approach to develop new sulfide catalysts for CO2 activation and conversion to chemicals, inspired by Origin of Life theories Go to
  • Energy materials Go to
  • Energy storage Go to
  • ENERGY STORAGE MATERIALS Go to
  • Energy storage materials Go to
  • Environmental Catalysis Go to
  • Enzyme mechanisms Go to
  • Enzymes Go to
  • enzymes in organic synthesis Go to
  • EPR spectroscopy Go to
  • ETHOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY Go to
  • ethology, ecology and evolutionary biology Go to
  • Experimental and theoretical study of molecular diffusion in highly viscous ionic liquids Go to
  • Experimental research on plasma catalysis for the conversion of greenhouse gases into value-added chemicals, and on plasma treatment of cancer cells Go to
  • Expert on molecular self-assembly Go to
  • explosion and combustion processes Go to
F
  • Fluorescence microscopy Go to
  • Fluoroorganic compounds Go to
  • Fluorous chemistry Go to
  • folding Go to
  • Fourier Transform nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy Go to
  • Fuel gas storage Go to
  • Fullerenes as a singular curved scenario: Discovering new reactions on Fullerenes! Go to
  • Fullerenes Go to
  • functional macromolecules for targeted drug delivery, diagnostics, immunotherapy. Go to
  • functional models of metalloproteins Go to
  • Functional polymeric networks, in particular for catalytic purposes Go to
  • Fundamentals and applications of X-ray dichroism and X-ray birefringence Go to
  • Fundamentals of crystallization processes and polymorphism Go to
  • Fundamentals of solid inclusion compounds: incommensurate structures and dynamic properties Go to
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  • Gas adsorption and selectivity Go to
  • Gas and solution phase molecular spectroscopy, photochemistry and reaction dynamics Go to
  • Gas-phase electron diffraction Go to
  • Gas-phase electron diffraction Go to
  • Gas phase reactions Go to
  • Gas phase studies of fullerenes and atomic clusters Go to
  • Gas/solid structure differences Go to
  • Gas storage applications in medicine Go to
  • General problems of symmetry Go to
  • Geochemical processes, including the predictive modelling of the mineral-water interface Go to
  • Glasses & ceramics Go to
  • Graphene Chemistry and Applications Go to
  • Graphene Go to
  • Graphenes and carbon materials Go to
  • Green Chemistry : C-H activation, Cycloisomerizations reactions Go to
  • Green chemistry Go to
  • Green Chemistry Go to
  • Green chemistry Go to
  • Green energy chemistry (catalytic water oxidation, CO2 reduction, light absorption) Go to
  • Growth of thin film diamond by chemical vapour deposition methods Go to
H
  • Halogen bonding Go to
  • He had a long running research partnership with Jack Lewis, with whom he discovered a number of unusual metal carbonyl clusters Go to
  • Heterogeneous and Homogeneous Catalysis Go to
  • HETEROGENEOUS CATALYSIS Go to
  • Heterogeneous catalysis Go to
  • Heterogeneous catalysis Go to
  • Heterogeneous catalysis Go to
  • Heterogeneous catalysis Go to
  • heterogeneous catalysis Go to
  • Hibrid organic-inorganic catalysts Go to
  • Hierarchical nanostructures Go to
  • Hierarchical self-assembly and self-organization of hybrid systems Go to
  • High-Energy-Density Flow Batteries Go to
  • High-pressure crystallography Go to
  • High-temperature chemistry Go to
  • High-temperature chemistry Go to
  • High-Temperature superconductivity Go to
  • High throughput methodology Go to
  • His research activity concerns the rational design of extended magnetic systems by using the complex as ligand strategy Go to
  • History and culture of chemistry Go to
  • homo- and heteropolynuclear complexes Go to
  • Homogeneous catalysis by complexes of rhodium, iridium, ruthenium and osmium Go to
  • Homogeneous Catalysis Go to
  • homogeneous catalysis Go to
  • Homogeneous catalysis: Transition metals. Application to fine chemistry. Go to
  • Homogeneous catalysis using Fe, Pd, Ru, Rh, Ir, Pt, Au Go to
  • Homogenous catalysis Go to
  • Host-guest chemistry Go to
  • hotochemistry Go to
  • Hybrid Biomaterials Go to
  • Hybrid materials Go to
  • Hybrid QM/QM methods Go to
  • Hydrogen bonds Go to
  • Hydrogen storage materials Go to
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  • Imaging and manipulation of single molecules and nanoparticles in bio- and nano-sciences Go to
  • Industrial applications of Mössbauer spectroscopy Go to
  • Industrial isotope techniques Go to
  • Inert anode materials for aluminum production Go to
  • Influence of dopants and supports Go to
  • Influence of symmetry in asymmetric reactions. Go to
  • inorganic and hybrid porous solids Go to
  • Inorganic and organometallic chemistry Go to
  • Inorganic & bioinorganic chemistry; catalysis; radical processes; radiation chemistry; advanced oxidation processes; sol-gel; electrochemistry; electron exchange columns. Go to
  • inorganic chemistry and bioinorganic chemistry Go to
  • Inorganic Chemistry Go to
  • INORGANIC CHEMISTRY Go to
  • Inorganic Chemistry Go to
  • Inorganic chemistry Go to
  • Inorganic chemistry Go to
  • Inorganic chemistry, synthesis and characterisation Go to
  • Inorganic composite materials and hybrid organic-inorganic materials for biosensors Go to
  • INORGANIC COORDINATION CHEMISTRY Go to
  • Inorganic magnetic and superconducting materials Go to
  • Inorganic materials for electrochemical energy sources (Li-batteries and fuel cells) Go to
  • Inorganic-organic hybrid materials Go to
  • INORGANIC/ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY Go to
  • Inorganic,organometallic, supermolecular chemistry, academic management and science policy Go to
  • In recent years Rebek has pursued synthetic protein surface mimetics.[10] Through a collaboration with Tamas Bartfai, these show promising biological activity in animal models of diseases. Go to
  • In situ spectroscopies (IR, Raman, XAS, UV-Vis-Nir) Go to
  • instrumental microscopic analysis with ion, electron and laser beam techniques and synchrotron X-ray sources Go to
  • Interactions metal ions Go to
  • Intermetallic Chemistry Go to
  • Intermolecular interaction Go to
  • Intermolecular interactions Go to
  • Intramolecular and intermolecular interactions Go to
  • Ionic Liquids Go to
  • Ionic polymerizations Go to
  • Ions spectroscopy Go to
  • IR- and THz laser development Go to
  • IR-Spectroscopy Go to
  • Isolation, reconstitution and chemical-physics investigation of biomaterials involved in biological energy transduction and molecular recognition. Go to
K
  • kinetic of chemical reactions Go to
  • Kinetics and mechanisms Go to
  • kinetics Go to
  • Kinetic THz absorption spectroscopy, Transient THz spectroscopy Go to
L
  • Lewis acid-Lewis base catalyzed reactions Go to
  • Ligands with delocalized electronic system Go to
  • Liquid-crystals Go to
M
  • Macromolecular Chemistry Go to
  • Macromolecular crowding Go to
  • Magnetic and electric interactions in coordination compounds and magnetic materials Go to
  • Magnetic anisotropy : Single chain and single molecule magnets Go to
  • Magnetic coupling in ionic solids, inorganic complexes and organic radicals Go to
  • Magnetic interactions Go to
  • Magnetic molecular materials Go to
  • Magnetic molecular materials Go to
  • Magnetic nanostructures Go to
  • Magnetic ordering and magnetic structures Go to
  • magnetic properties of polymetallic complexes Go to
  • Magnetic resonance and catalysis Go to
  • MAGNETIC RESONANCE Go to
  • Magnetic spectroscopy Go to
  • MAGNETISM AND QUANTUM NANOSCIENCE Go to
  • magnetism of inorganic fluorides Go to
  • Mass spectrometry Go to
  • Mass transport Go to
  • MATERIALS CHEMISTRY Go to
  • Materials chemistry Go to
  • Materials chemistry Go to
  • Material Sciences Go to
  • Materials engineering Go to
  • Materials for energy storage Go to
  • materials science and engineering Go to
  • Materials Science Go to
  • Materials Science Go to
  • Materials Science Go to
  • MATERIALS SCIENCE, MATERIALS CHEMISTRY, NANOMATERIALS ENGINEERING, NANOTECHNOLOGIES Go to
  • Mathematical aspects of structure Go to
  • Mathemtical chemistry Go to
  • Mechanism of action of ellipticine, bleomycin and isoniazid Go to
  • Mechanisms for water oxydation Go to
  • Mechanisms of heterogeneous, homogeneous and enzymatic catalytic processes Go to
  • Mechanisms of magnetic exchange Go to
  • Mechanisms of molecular recognition and function Go to
  • Mechanistic enzymology Go to
  • Mechanistic investigations Go to
  • mechanistic studies Go to
  • Mechanistic studies of catalytic reactions Go to
  • Mechanistic studies:Understanding of the catalytic systems, through the structure/ catalytic results relationship. Go to
  • Mechanochemistry Go to
  • Medicinal and biological chemistry Go to
  • Medicinal applications Go to
  • Membrane biophysics Go to
  • Meso- and macro-porous carbon materials for CO2 capture Go to
  • Mesoporous materials as catalysts Go to
  • Metabolomics Go to
  • Metal clusters and nanoparticles Go to
  • Metal complexes for diagnostics and molecular imaging Go to
  • Metal complexes of functional enolates Go to
  • Metal-DNA interactions Go to
  • Metal halides Go to
  • Metallodendritic polymers and functional nanoparticles (synthesis, properties and applications) Go to
  • Metalloproteins Go to
  • Metallorganic Frameworks Go to
  • metallosupramolecular chemistry Go to
  • Metallosupramolecular chemistry Go to
  • Metal nanoparticles: Stabilization and characterization. Application in catalysis. Go to
  • Metal-organic frameworks Go to
  • Metal organic materials Go to
  • Metal oxide chemistry: preparation and characterisation of innovative materials for catalysis and photocatalysis Go to
  • Metals in non-aqueous solvents Go to
  • Metal transfer proteins Go to
  • Methodological research on the electronic properties of polymers and development of computer programmes (POLYMOL, PLH, VEH) for calculating band structure and properties of polymers Go to
  • Micro- and Mesoporous Nano-structured Materials Go to
  • Microphase separation in polymer systems Go to
  • Microporous materials as catalysts Go to
  • Microporous materials for selective adsorption Go to
  • Microscopy Go to
  • Microsolvation and Aggregation Go to
  • Microstructural design and processing Go to
  • Microsystems technology Go to
  • misfolding Go to
  • Modeling catalysis and spectroscopy in molecular systems Go to
  • Modeling of genetic and metabolic networks Go to
  • Modeling of laser-surface and plasma-surface interactions Go to
  • Model intermolecular pair potentials Go to
  • Modelling nucleation and dissolution mechanisms in widely investigated minerals, including calcite and silicates. Go to
  • Models for metalloproteins Go to
  • Models of molecular geometry Go to
  • Modification of electrode surfaces Go to
  • Molecular architecture, cluster chemistry and polymetallic reactivity Go to
  • molecular biology Go to
  • Molecular chemistry Go to
  • Molecular chemistry Go to
  • MOLECULAR CHEMISTRY Go to
  • Molecular clusters Go to
  • Molecular electrochemistry Go to
  • Molecular electronics Go to
  • Molecular electronics: Molecular nanowires Go to
  • Molecular functional materials Go to
  • Molecular imaging biomarkers Go to
  • Molecular imaging Go to
  • Molecular Inorganic Chemistry Go to
  • MOLECULAR INORGANIC CHEMISTRY Go to
  • Molecular Inorganic Chemistry Go to
  • molecular-level devices and machines Go to
  • molecular machines Go to
  • MOLECULAR MAGNETISM Go to
  • Molecular magnetism Go to
  • Molecular Magnetism Go to
  • Molecular materials Go to
  • Molecular materials in water Go to
  • Molecular materials with liquid crystalline properties for electronic and optoelectronic devices Go to
  • Molecular mechanisms in heterogeneous catalysis Go to
  • Molecular mechanisms of the catalytic synthesis of ammonia over iron (Haber Bosch process) Go to
  • Molecular modeling including MM, MD QM/MM and various QM and ab initio methods Go to
  • Molecular motion, disorder and phase transitions in crystalline solids Go to
  • Molecular nanodevice, and novel nanomaterials Go to
  • molecular nanotechnology Go to
  • Molecular nanotechnology Go to
  • Molecular & Optical Spectroscopy Go to
  • Molecular orbitals and NBO analysis Go to
  • Molecular photochemistry Go to
  • Molecular physical-chemistry, determination of the electronic structure, properties and potential energy functions of molecular species of interest for the atmosphere and space chemistry, in ground or excited states. Go to
  • Molecular recognition and intermolecular interactions (catalysis; biomacromolecules) Go to
  • molecular recognition chemistry Go to
  • MOLECULAR-SCALE ELECTRONICS Go to
  • Molecular-scale thermal transport Go to
  • Molecular-scale thermoelectricty Go to
  • MOLECULAR SIMULATIONS/SOFT MATTER SCIENCE Go to
  • Molecular spectroscopy Go to
  • Molecular spins for quantum technologies Go to
  • Molecular spintronics Go to
  • molecular therapy Go to
  • Molecule-based magnets Go to
  • Monte Carlo methods Go to
  • Multi-dimensional polymers with complex shape-persistent architectures Go to
  • Multi-functional catalytic nanostructures (metal organic frameworks, others) Go to
  • Multifunctional magnetic materials Go to
  • Multivariate analysis Go to
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  • Nano-chemistry and nucleation: Simulation of nano-particulate oxides and of nucleation and pre-nucleation processes. Go to
  • Nanochemistry Go to
  • Nanocomposite colloids Go to
  • Nanocomposites Go to
  • Nanoelectromechanical systems Go to
  • nanoelectronics and molecule based logic devices Go to
  • Nanofabrication and nanopatterning Go to
  • Nanomaterials Go to
  • Nanomaterials Go to
  • Nanomaterials, Materials science, Superconductivity, Molecular electronics, Lithium polymer batteries Go to
  • Nanomedicine Go to
  • Nanoparticle catalysis Go to
  • Nanoparticle self-assembly Go to
  • Nanoparticles Go to
  • Nanoparticles Go to
  • Nanoparticle synthesis Go to
  • Nanoparticle synthesis Go to
  • Nanoplasmonics Go to
  • Nanoscale multifunctional structures Go to
  • nanoscale patterning and growth Go to
  • NANOSCIENCE Go to
  • Nanoscience Go to
  • Nanoscience Go to
  • Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies Go to
  • NANO SCIENCES Go to
  • nanoscience, ultra-thin-oxide films, molecular beams, spectromicroscopy Go to
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  • Surface chemistry of oxides, Go to
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  • "surface organometallic chemistry" Go to
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  • surface science and solid state chemistry Go to
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  • Synthesis of well-defined polymer architectures Go to
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  • synthetic approaches to macromolecules with controlled architecture Go to
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  • synthetic organic Go to
  • Synthetic, structural, catalytic, photocatalytic, and biological properties of polyoxometalates Go to
  • Systems connected to the development of sustainable (green) chemistry : Design/applications of Pd-water-soluble catalysts Go to
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  • the chemistry and properties of surfactants Go to
  • the chemistry of natural products and biologically active compounds of natural origin Go to
  • The Metal-Insulator transition Go to
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  • Theory of condensed matter. Go to
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  • Theory of electrochemical and gravimetric impedance Go to
  • Theory of equilibrium and transport phenomena in electron-conducting polymer films Go to
  • Theory of intermolecular forces Go to
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  • Theory of surfaces and material science, with particular emphasis on the properties of oxides (keywords: theory, electronic structure, oxide materials) Go to
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  • Theory of transport processes in advanced flow cells Go to
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  • THz Spectroscopy as a tool to study solvation dynamics Go to
  • Time domain- and FT spectroscopy Go to
  • TiO2 Photocatalysis Go to
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  • Topological restrictions in polymer systems Go to
  • Toxic gas capture Go to
  • Transition elements Go to
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  • Transition-metal-catalyzed transformations for organic chemistry Go to
  • Transitionm metal chemistry Go to
  • Transparent conducting oxides Go to
  • Transport theory and energy optimization Go to
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  • Ultrashort pulse laser ablation Go to
  • ultratrace speciation analysis with hyphenated techniques Go to
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  • Use of crystal structure analysis as tool for studying chemical problems Go to
  • Use of organometallic in organic synthesis, particularly the arene chromium tricarbonyl series Go to
  • Use of probe molecules to characterize high surface area materials Go to
  • Use of quantum mechanics, atomistic modeling and other multi-scale modeling of the organic solid state Go to
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  • Vectors for drug delivery Go to
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  • Viruses Go to
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  • X-ray crystallography of organic compounds Go to
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