Paramagnetic Systems in Chemistry, Life Sciences, and Technology: Structure and Reactivity: Chemistry, Spectroscopy and Theoretical Calculations

  • Gescheidt-Demner, Georg (Principal Investigator (PI))
  • Stanoeva, Tsvetanka (Co-Investigator (CoI))
  • Hristova, Daniela (Co-Investigator (CoI))

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It is our aim to investigate the reactivity of radicals, charged radicals, and paramagnetic transition-metal complexes. Such species can occur as starting compounds or be formed in complex sequences. We establish the structure of the involved molecules and analyze the kinetics of their reactions in a broad range of time regimes. Such reactivity patterns are relevant in a broad palette of research fields and comprise: Material Science Radical Polymerization Organic Conductors Life Sciences Antioxidants Oxidative Stress Photodynamic Therapy Chemistry Stereoselective Catalysis Free Radicals Radical Ions Kinetics of Radical Reactions For the investigation of the above aspects, we utilize, refine and develop experimental methodologies based on (para)magnetic resonance (EPR, ENDOR, CIDEP, CIDNP), electrochemistry (cyclovoltammetry), UV-VIS spectroscopy, and combinations of all these methods. The experimental studies are accompanied by theoretical calculations on appropriate levels.
Effective start/end date1/01/03 → …


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