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Research Group Prof. Dr. Bartsch: Colloids

Research Group Prof. Dr. Thorsten Hugel: Biophysical Chemistry

Research Group Prof. Dr. Koslowski: Theoretical Chemistry

Research Group Prof. Dr. Weber: Magnetic Resonance

  


 

Research Colloids (Research Group Prof. Dr. Bartsch)

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Projects

  • Properties of colloidal suspensions
  • Film formation from latex dispersions synthesis and characterization

 

Methods                                                                                                        

  • Static and dynamic light scattering (SLS, DLS)
  • Multi Speckle Correlation Spectroscopy (MSCS)
  • Forced Rayleigh Scattering (FRS)
  • Digital Video Microscopy (DVM)
  • 3D-DLS (to characterize turbid systems)
  • Light-Echo DLS (to characterize non ergotistic systems)
  • In cooperation: Small angle neutron scattering (SANS)

     


    Research Biophysical Chemistry (Research Group Prof. Dr. Thorsten Hugel)

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    • Single molecule fluorescence
    • Atomic force microscopy
    • Multi color FRET
    • Molecular Machines
    • Chaperones (Hsp 90)
    • Polymer friction and adhesion
    • Switchable nano-micells
    • Cartilage friction and lubrication

     


     

    Research Theoretical Chemistry (Research Group Prof. Dr. Thorsten Koslowski)

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    Projects

    • Atomistic models of biological charge transfer                                          
    • Theory and simulation of protein infrared spectra
    • Dynamics and structure of the bacterial genome
    • Design, dynamics and response functions of macromolecules
    • Disordered Solids

     

    Methods

    • Theory and simulation of complex systems

     


     

    Research Magnetic Resonance (Research Group Prof. Dr. Weber)

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    Projects

    • transient EPR on Radical Pairs
    • ENDOR-Studies on Substrate-Bond
    • Highfield-ENDOR-Studies on Flavin-Isotopolog-Bibliotheques
    • Elucidation of Reaction-Mechanism from Phototropines

     

    Methods

    • Electron-Paramagnetic-Resonance-Spectroscopy (EPR)
    • Nuclear-Magnetic-Resonance-Spectroscopy (NMR)
    • Transient Adsorption Spectroscopy (TA)