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Professur Koordinationschemie
Coordination Chemistry

Publications and contribution to conferences

Evaluation of bismuth-based dispersion energy donors – synthesis, structure and theoretical study of 2-biphenylbismuth(III) derivatives

A.-M. Fritzsche, S. Scholz, M. Krasowska, K. Bhattacharyya, A. M. Toma, C. Silvestru, M. Korb, T. Rüffer, H. Lang, A. A. Auer, M. Mehring

Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. DOI: 10.1039/C9CP06924K

Thin Coatings of α- and β-Bi2O3 by Ultrasonic Spray Coating of a Molecular Bismuth Oxido Cluster and their Application for Photocatalytic Water Purification Under Visible Light

M. Hofmann, L. Rößner, M. Armbrüster, M. Mehring

ChemistryOpen DOI: 10.1002/open.201900323

From a Cerium-Doped Polynuclear Bismuth Oxido Cluster to β-Bi2O3:Ce

M. Weber, T. Rüffer, F. Speck, F. Göhler, D. P. Weimann, C. A. Schalley, H. Lang, M. Mehring

Inorg. Chem. DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.9b03240

Development of a new phosphorus-based adhesion promoter for production of metal-plastic composites

B. Mielke, K. Schreiter, S. Anders, A. Seifert, G. Töberling, F. Riedel, L. Kroll, S. Spange, M. Mehring

Poster, 4th International MERGE Technologies Conference - IMTC 2019 Lightweight Structures
Conference Proceedings, 4th International MERGE Technologies Conference - IMTC 2019 Lightweight Structures, S. 151-152,  ISBN 978-3-85735-111-1

Balancing Donor‐Acceptor and Dispersion Effects in Heavy Main Group Element π Interactions: Effect of Substituents on the Pnictogen⋅⋅⋅π Arene Interaction

M. Krasowska, A.-M. Fritzsche, M. Mehring, A.A. Auer

ChemPhysChem DOI: 10.1002/cphc.201900747


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Prof. Dr. Michael Mehring

Technische Universität Chemnitz
Institut für Chemie
Professur Koordinationschemie
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D-09111 Chemnitz

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