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Arbeitskreis Prof. Dr. Matthias Bauer
Nachhaltige Chemie und Synchrotronstrahlung

About us

Our research group is interested in development and characterization of functional materials for sustainable chemical processes. The role of non-noble metals as reactive components in sustainable processes represents the central topic in our workgroup. On the one hand new and effective materials were synthesized and tested on their catalytical activity. On the other hand catalytically active materials are investigated in detail to gain insights into the reasons for their high activities and to allow the design of improved catalysts based on these results. The applied methods (mainly at synchrotron radiation facilities) are continuously developed to fulfill the requirements of the systems. → MORE

News

  • BMBF Funding for development of a dispersive X-ray-emission spectrometer for investigation of photocatalytical water reduction at the synchrotron PETRA III in Hamburg with 0.6 Mio €.
  • DFG Funding for a transfer project which investigates the oxidative CO removal from exhaust gases. We cooperate within this project with the TU Freiberg and the company Umicore.
  • BMBF Funding for the contribution in the german-swedish project "Time-resolved in-situ methods for design of catalytic sites within sustainable chemistry" with 1.3 Mio € until the end of 2017.

Aktuelles

Fakultätsfeier 2015

Bachelor- und Masterarbeiter/-innen im Arbeitskreis Bauer

Head

Prof. Dr. Matthias Bauer

Inorganic Chemistry - Research Group Bauer

Metallorganische Komplexchemie für nachhaltige Prozesse und Synchrotronstrahlung

Matthias Bauer
Phone:
+49 5251 60-5614
Office:
NW2.866

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