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Prof. Dr. Detlef Reichert



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Research interests


NMR-Investigation of structure and dynamic in organic solids, i.e.:
  • Molecular dynamic in synthetic polymers; Identification of the molecular origin of the different relaxation processes; correlation of microscopic structural and dynamic parameters with macroscopic properties
  • Correlation of the molecular mobility on the microscopic level with the biological activity of bio-polymers
  • Dynamic phenomena in molecular and liquid crystals
  • Manipulation of spin-exchange processes
Development of NMR-methods for dynamic investigations in solids

Structure and dynamics of Solid-Polymer Electrolytes by Solid-State NMR and EXAFS


 


International scientific collaboration



Zeev Luz, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Piotr Tekely, University Nancy, France
Development ans Application of Novel Solid-State NMR Techniques for Investigation of Structure and Dynamic in Organic Solids.
Theoretical and Experimental NMR Investigations of 13C-Spin-Diffusion.
 
Tito J. Bonagamba, Eduardo de Azevedo, Univ. Sao Carlos, Brazil
Patrick Judeinstein, Univ. Paris-Sud, Orsay, France
Piyasiri Ekanayake, Univ. Peradeniya, Sri Lanka
Application of Recent Solid-State NMR Methods to Molecular Dynamic in Solid Electrolytes and Polymers.
 
Alexey Krushelnitsky, Kazan Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Russia
Daniel Huster, University of Leipzig, Germany
Kristin Kumushiro, Univ. of Hawaii, Honolulu, USA
Investigation of the molecular dynamic behaviour of biologic marcomolecules by solid-state NMR
 
Miyoshi Toshikazu, Macromolecular Technology Res. Center, Tsukuba, Japan
Investigation of dynamic processes in semi-crystalline polymers by solid-state NMR
 
Peter Belton, Univ. East-Anglia, Norwich, UK
Investigation of the molecular dynamics of carbohydrates in crystalline and glassy states by solid-state NMR

Stefano Piccarolo, Vincenzo La Carrubba, Univ. Palermo, Italy
Investigation of metastable states in semi-crystalline Polymers by NMR and e+-Annihilation

Klaus Schmidt-Rohr, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, USA
Influence of spin diffusion on the experimental results in 1D-MAS Exchange experiments.
 
Bradley F.Chmelka, University of California in Santa Barbara, USA
Antoine Gedeon, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France
Application of Dynamic-NMR Methods to the Investigation of the Dynamic of Adsorbed Molecules in Nano-Porous Solids.
 
Herbert Zimmermann, MPI für medizinische Forschungen, Heidelberg, Germany
Characterisation of Selectively Isotopically Enriched Organic Solids.
 
Takehiko Terao, K. Takegoshi, Kyoto University, Japan
Development of Novel Solids-State NMR Exchange Methods and its Application.

Asher Schmidt, Technion Haifa, Israel
Development of REDOR-based recoupling sequences.

 
 
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Research activities abroad

V 2009 (4 weeks)
Eduardo de Azevedo, Univ. São Paulo @ São Carlos, Brazil

III 2009 ( 2 weeks)
Kannan Ramaswamy, PITS Pilani, Hyderabad, India
T.G. Ajithkumar
, NCL Pune, India

VI 2008 (1 week)
Huiru Tang, Wuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics, China

VI 2007 (4 weeks): Visiting Professor
Patrick Judeinstein,
Université Paris-Sud, Laboratory RMN en milieu Orienté - ICMMO, Orsay

IV 2007 (2 weeks)
T.G. Ajithkumar, NCL Pune, India

III 2007 (3 weeks)
Tito J. Bonagamba & Eduardo de Azevedo, Univ. São Paulo @ São Carlos, Brazil

V 2006 (4 weeks)
Miyoshi Toshikazu, Macromolecular Technology Res. Center, Tsukuba, Japan

IV-V 2005 (4 weeks)

Tito J. Bonagamba & Eduardo de Azevedo, Univ. São Paulo @ São Carlos, Brazil

V 2004 (2 weeks)
Terry Guillion, Univ. of West Virginia, USA

2003 (2 weeks)
Kristin Kumushiro, Univ. of Hawaii, Honolulu, USA

2003 (2 months): Joliot Visiting Chair
Jean-Baptiste d'Espinose, École Supérieure de Physique et de Chimie Industielles de la Ville de Paris, Paris, France

2001 (5 weeks)
Tito J. Bonagamba, Univ. São Paulo @ São Carlos, Brazil

2000 (5 weeks)
Klaus Schmidt-Rohr, Iowa-State University, USA

1998 (5 weeks)
Bradley F. Chmelka, University of California @ Santa Barbara, USA

1996 (3 months)
Takehiko Terao, Kyoto University, Japan

two weeks in every year 2000 - 2009
four weeks in every year 1996 - 1999
1995 (3 months)
1993 (8 months): Post-doctoral training
Zeev Luz, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel


 
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