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Prof. Dr. Mischa Bonn
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Hai Wang, Zoltan Mics, Hao Lu, Dmitry Turchinovich and Mischa Bonn have a collaborative paper on Reversible Photochemical Control of Doping Levels in Supported Graphene accepted to J. Phys. Chem. C.

February 2017

Hai Wang, Zoltan Mics, Hao Lu, Dmitry Turchinovich and Mischa Bonn have a collaborative paper on Reversible Photochemical Control of Doping Levels in Supported Graphene accepted to J. Phys. Chem. C. [more]
A paper by Tatsuhiko Ohto, Johannes Hunger, Ellen Backus, Mischa Bonn, Yuki Nagata and collaborator entitled Trimethylamine-N-oxide: its hydration structure, surface activity, and biological function, viewed by vibrational spectroscopy and molecular dynamics simulations has been accepted at Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. The article was chosen for the front cover.

February 2017

A paper by Tatsuhiko Ohto, Johannes Hunger, Ellen Backus, Mischa Bonn, Yuki Nagata and collaborator entitled Trimethylamine-N-oxide: its hydration structure, surface activity, and biological function, viewed by vibrational spectroscopy and molecular dynamics simulations has been accepted at Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. The article was chosen for the front cover.

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Helmut Lutz, Mischa Bonn and Tobias Weidner have published an article jointly with collaborators at the University of Washington and the MPI for Biophysical Chemistry entitled Acetylation dictates the morphology of nanophase biosilica precipitated by a 14-amino acid leucine–lysine peptide. The paper is part of a special issue in the Journal of Peptide Science.

January 2017

Helmut Lutz, Mischa Bonn and Tobias Weidner have published an article jointly with collaborators at the University of Washington and the MPI for Biophysical Chemistry entitled Acetylation dictates the morphology of nanophase biosilica precipitated by a 14-amino acid leucine–lysine peptide. The paper is part of a special issue in the Journal of Peptide Science. [more]
Alejandra Sánchez, Marc-Jan van Zadel, Jenée Cyran, Yuki Nagata, Mischa Bonn and Ellen Backus have a paper Experimental and theoretical evidence for bilayer-by-bilayer surface melting of crystalline ice published in PNAS. It is a collaborative paper with University of Toyama, Tufts University, University of Mainz, FOM Institute AMOLF, Tohoku University, Kyoto University and University of California.

How does ice melt? Layer by layer!

December 12, 2016

Alejandra Sánchez, Marc-Jan van Zadel, Jenée Cyran, Yuki Nagata, Mischa Bonn and Ellen Backus have a paper Experimental and theoretical evidence for bilayer-by-bilayer surface melting of crystalline ice published in PNAS. It is a collaborative paper with University of Toyama, Tufts University, University of Mainz, FOM Institute AMOLF, Tohoku University, Kyoto University and University of California. [more]

Molecular Spectroscopy

Research Groups

Dr. Ellen Backus

Water at Interfaces

Dr. Ellen Backus
Prof. Dr. Christoph Bubeck

Optical Spectroscopy

Prof. Dr. Christoph Bubeck
Dr. Enrique Cánovas

Nanostructured Photovoltaics

Dr. Enrique Cánovas
Dr. Katrin F. Domke

Raman at Solid/ Liquid Interfaces

Dr. Katrin F. Domke
Dr. Grazia Gonella

Nano Interfaces

Dr. Grazia Gonella
Dr. Johannes Hunger

Liquid Dynamics

Dr. Johannes Hunger
Dr. Bernhard Menges

Evanescent Wave Optics

Dr. Bernhard Menges
Dr. Sapun Parekh

Molecular Imaging

Dr. Sapun Parekh
Prof. Dr. Dmitry Turchinovich

Ultrafast Dynamics and THz Spectroscopy

Prof. Dr. Dmitry Turchinovich
Dr. Tobias Weidner

Surface Protein Spectroscopy

Dr. Tobias Weidner
 
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