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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Mathematisch-Naturwissen­schaft­liche Fakultät - SFB 1109

Publications in the Projects

A: Molecular compounds in contact with pure water and binary mixtures

A01

Siloxanes, alumoxanes and alumosiloxanes as models for surface defects in hydrolysis and condensation reactions

A02

In-situ characterization of nucleation, growth, crystallization and dissolution of nanoscaled iron oxides

A03

Systematic quantum-chemical studies of formation and water reactivity of molecular model oxide clusters

A04

Oxo frameworks in molecular compounds – Early stage modelling, tailored structural motifs for novel materials and water reactivity

A05

Microreactor ESI-MS for the investigation of cluster nucleation and growth and their gas phase chemistry

A06

Electronic structure of transition metal oxide compounds in aqueous solution from photoelectron spectroscopy

B: Solid materials at the interface with liquid water

B01

Understanding water structure and reactivity at aluminium oxide surfaces using nonlinear vibrational spectroscopy and theory

B02

In-situ surface science studies of oxide-water interfaces on well-defined, single crystalline thin films

B03

Mechanisms of nucleation and growth of oxide nanoparticles studied by single, levitated microparticles

C: Interactions of solid materials with water at low concentrations

C01

Distorted metal oxides by fluoride doping and/or mechanochemical activation

C02

Interaction of water with metal oxide surfaces - Computational studies on thin film models

C03

First-principle investigations of growth and dissolution of nanocrystals in aqueous environments: The influence of impurities

C04

Oxide nanostructures: growth, growth mechanisms and surface reactivity studied at mbar pressure by atomic layer deposition

C05

Reactivity of point defects on single crystalline silica and aluminosilicate surfaces with water

D: Molecular compounds interacting with small numbers of water molecules

D01

Microhydrated metal oxide clusters in the gas phase: structure, stability, reactivity

D02

Computational studies on microhydrated metal oxide clusters in the gas phase

D03

Non-hydrolytic pathways to silica and analogues and molecular models of silica surfaces with oxygen defects and Si=O groups

D04

Hydration and hydrolysis in dealumination and desilication of zeolite frameworks