Group Leader

Dr Johannes Hunger
Dr Johannes Hunger
Group Leader
Phone:+49 6131 379-765Fax:+49 6131 379-360

News

Christian Malm and Johannes Hunger have published a collaborative paper on Tritopic ion-pair receptors based on anion-π interactions for selective CaX2 binding in Dalton Transactions.

May 2018

Christian Malm and Johannes Hunger have published a collaborative paper on Tritopic ion-pair receptors based on anion-π interactions for selective CaX2 binding in Dalton Transactions. [more]
A collaborative paper on Saturation of Charge-Induced Water Alignment at Model Membrane Surfaces has been published in Science Advances.

March 2018

A collaborative paper on Saturation of Charge-Induced Water Alignment at Model Membrane Surfaces has been published in Science Advances. [more]
Kota Usui, Johannes Hunger, and Mischa Bonn have published together with Marialore Sulpizi a paper on Dynamical heterogeneities of rotational motion in room temperature ionic liquids evidenced by molecular dynamics simulations in the Journal of Chemical Physics.

January 2018

Kota Usui, Johannes Hunger, and Mischa Bonn have published together with Marialore Sulpizi a paper on Dynamical heterogeneities of rotational motion in room temperature ionic liquids evidenced by molecular dynamics simulations in the Journal of Chemical Physics. [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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