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Dr Johannes Hunger
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News

(Picture: Ioannis Pallas www.ioannispallas.com)Vasileios Balos defended his thesis "Specific ion effects on protein fragments" in Amsterdam. Congrats Vasilis!

November 2017

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Vasileios Balos defended his thesis "Specific ion effects on protein fragments" in Amsterdam. Congrats Vasilis! [more]
(© iStockphoto/Henrik Jonsson)Martijn Tros, Linli Zheng, Johannes Hunger, Mischa Bonn, Daniel Bonn, Gertien J. Smits, and Sander Woutersen have published a collaborative paper onPicosecond orientational dynamics of water in living cells showing that Water is simply water – even in living cells in Nature Communications.

October 2017

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Martijn Tros, Linli Zheng, Johannes Hunger, Mischa Bonn, Daniel Bonn, Gertien J. Smits, and Sander Woutersen have published a collaborative paper on
Picosecond orientational dynamics of water in living cells showing that Water is simply water – even in living cells in Nature Communications.
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Heejae Kim, Johannes Hunger, Enrique Cánovas, Melike Karakus, Zoltán Mics, Maksim Grechko, Dmitry Turchinovich, Sapun H. Parekh  and Mischa Bonn have published a paper on Direct observation of mode-specific phonon-band gap coupling in methylammonium lead halide perovskites in Nature Communications.

September 2017

Heejae Kim, Johannes Hunger, Enrique Cánovas, Melike Karakus, Zoltán Mics, Maksim Grechko, Dmitry Turchinovich, Sapun H. Parekh  and Mischa Bonn have published a paper on Direct observation of mode-specific phonon-band gap coupling in methylammonium lead halide perovskites in Nature Communications. [more]

Liquid Dynamics Group - Welcome

Welcome to the ERC group - Liquid dynamics

The research in the group is centred around the dynamics of liquids with a particular focus on the dynamics of ionic and hydrogen-bonded interactions in the liquid phase. To study interactions in the liquid phase we use a combination of spectroscopic methods – predominantly femtosecond infrared and dielectric relaxation spectroscopy complemented by nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and computational methods. Current research themes range from the characterization of the fundamentals of liquids (e.g. hydrogen-bond dynamics in pure water, ionic interactions in ionic liquids, etc.) to application of such knowledge on ionic and hydrogen-bonding interactions in technological processes (e.g. catalysis, cellulose processing, waste treatment, etc.).

 
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