26.2.2016 Philipp's work providing a deeper understanding of the mechanism of electrochemical CuBTC synthesis has been accepted for publication in ChemComm. Congratulations!
1.2.2016 Xiao's work on water-Nafion interactions has been accepted for publication in Angewandte Chemie. Congrats!
Emmy Noether Group
Raman at Solid/Liquid Interfaces
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.