Group Leader

Dr. Katrin F. Domke
Phone: +49 6131 379-476
Email: domke@mpip*
Skype: kfdomke



CERN visit 31.1.2017 Zoom Image
CERN visit 31.1.2017

Philipp's latest work on the growth mechnism of CuBTC MOF has been accepted for publication in Crystal Growth & Design - congratulations!

In a collaboration with MPIC scientists, Jonas' work has been accepted for publication in Atmospheric Environment. Well done!

14-20 September 2017

Join the Summer School on Electrosynthesis and the 7th German-Japanese Symposium on Electrosynthesis at JGU Mainz!

Katrin has received a prestigious Boehringer Ingelheim Plus 3 fellowship of ca. 900 kEUR to expand the TERS group activities toward studying the (electro)chemical behaviour of individual metallo-proteins in the coming three years.

invited article on Surface-enhanced infrared spectroscopy (SEIRAS) has been accepted in Encyclopedia of Interfacial Chemistry - Surface Science and Electrochemistry. Congratulations!

's fantastic first EC-TERS adenine/Au(111) results have been published as VIP in Angewandte Chemie. Congratulations!

Emmy Noether Group

Electrochemical Surface Science

Our group studies the physico-chemical actions and reactions of molecules at complex electrified interfaces. For example, we want to understand the chemical origin of degradation processes that occur at dye-sensitized solar cell interfaces. Also, we are interested in elucidating water transport in fuel cell membranes and the electrochemical growth of metal-organic frameworks. With help of advanced nearfield and nonlinear Raman spectroscopy approaches, we gain molecular-level understanding of the complex interfacial processes under realistic working conditions.


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