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Methoden


NMR spectroscopy

 

               

 

In our working group we use high resolution NMR as central analytical method. Through the application and development of modern, multinuclear NMR methods we elucidate structural details of aggregates and flexible complexes. Typical experimental setups are e.g. low temperature measurements to stabilise the intermolecular interactions, PFG-diffusion measurements to determine the degree of aggregation, and NOE-, HOE-experiments as well as the detection of intermolecular J-couplings to elucidate structural parameters. For our investigation we use a modern 600 MHz NMR-spectrometer with special low temperature equipment, a strengthened gradient amplifier and two triple resonance broad band probes.

 


Synthesis

 

 

Many of the systems investigated are synthesized in our working group. There, the synthesis of sensitive organocopper compounds, the efficient preparation of isotopically labelled compounds or the stabilization of reaction intermediates are challenging tasks.

 


Quantum chemical calculations

 

 

The interplay of experimental results and theoretical calculations is the most effective way to understand specific intermolecular interactions, the first step of the control and design of aggregates and complexes. Therefore, in our working group or in cooperations molecule dynamic simulations,as well as semiempirical and quantum chemical calculations of our systems are performed.


 

  1. Fakultät für Chemie und Pharmazie
  2. Institut für Organische Chemie

Arbeitskreis Prof. Gschwind

Prof. Dr.
Ruth M. Gschwind

 

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