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Robert Geitner, M. Sc.

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Lehrstuhl für Physikalische Chemie II


 
Robert Geitner, M.Sc. Adresse: Helmholtzweg 4
07743 Jena
Raum: E007, Bürogebäude
Telefon: 03641/9-48329
Fax: 03641/9-48302
Email: robert.geitner@uni-jena.de

Veröffentlichungen von Robert Geitner

Referierte Publikationen

6.Stefan Götz, Robert Geitner, Marcus Abend, Michael Siegmann, Stefan Zechel, Jürgen Vitz, Stefanie Gräfe, Michael Schmitt, Jürgen Popp, Martin D. Hager und Ulrich S. Schubert,
Palladium-SCS Pincer Complexes as Cross-Linking Moieties in Self?Healing Metallopolymers.
Macromolecular Rapid Communications, 10.1002/marc.201800495, 1800495 (2018).
5.Robert Geitner, Stefan Götz, Robert Stach, Michael Siegmann, Patrick Krebs, Stefan Zechel, Kristin Schreyer, Andreas Winter, Martin D. Hager, Ulrich S. Schubert, Stefanie Gräfe, Benjamin Dietzek, Boris Mizaikoff, Michael Schmitt und Jürgen Popp,
Hydrogel-Embedded Model Photocatalytic System Investigated by Raman and IR Spectroscopy Assisted by Density Functional Theory Calculations and Two-Dimensional Correlation Analysis.
J. Phys. Chem. A, 122(10), 2677-2687 (2018).
4.Stefan Zechel, Robert  Geitner, Marcus  Abend, Michael  Siegmann, Marcel  Enke, Natascha Kuhl, Moritz  Klein, Jürgen  Vitz, Stefanie  Gräfe, Benjamin  Dietzek, Michael  Schmitt, Jürgen  Popp, Ulrich S.  Schubert und Martin D.  Hager,
Intrinsic self-healing polymers with a high E-modulus based on dynamic reversible urea bonds.
NPG Asia Materials, 9, e420 (2017).
3.Robby Fritzsch, Robert Geitner, Thomas W. Bocklitz, Benjamin Dietzek, Micheal Schmitt und Jürgen Popp,
Dehydration of 3-octanol studied by 2D Raman, IR and NMR hetero correlation spectroscopy.
Asian Journal of Physics, 25, 2 (2016).
2.Robert Geitner, Julia Kötteritzsch, Michael Siegmann, Robby Fritzsch, Thomas Bocklitz, Martin Hager, Ulrich. S. Schubert, Stefanie Gräfe, Benjamin Dietzek, Michael Schmitt und Jürgen Popp,
Molecular self-healing mechanisms between C60-fullerene and anthracene unveiled by Raman and two-dimensional correlation spectroscopy.
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 18(27), 17973-17982 (2016).
1.Robert Geitner, Julia Kötteritzsch, Michael Siegmann, Thomas Bocklitz, Martin D. Hager, Ulrich S. Schubert, Stefanie Gräfe, Benjamin Dietzek, Michael Schmitt und Jürgen Popp,
Two-dimensional Raman correlation spectroscopy reveals molecular structural changes during temperature-induced self-healing in polymers based on the Diels–Alder reaction.
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 10.1039/C5CP02151K (2015).

Sonstige Publikationen

1.Robert Geitner, Robby Fritzsch und Thomas Bocklitz,
corr2D: Implementation of 2D Correlation Analysis.
(2016).