Within the field of high-performance analytics, we address inorganic chemical, environmental, and trace analysis issues. We are the leader in northern Germany in evaluating the condition of architectural monuments. We offer a range of spectroscopic techniques for structural elucidation and can also take care of project planning and data interpretation. The spectroscopic techniques we use to investigate the chiroptical properties of chiral organometallic complexes include infrared (IR), Raman, ultraviolet-visible (UV/VIS), multicore nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), electronic spin resonance (ESR), and magnetic circular dichroism (MCD/CD). The institute also has a modern isotope laboratory for radiochemical investigations (safety level B), a modern measuring station for the determination of nonlinear optical properties, a transmission electron microscope, and a thermal analysis device for recording the thermodynamic data of different substances. Our broad expertise in inorganic synthetics enables extensive research and development projects in the fields of solid-state, bioinorganic, and complex chemistry (e.g., catalysts for oxidation and polymerization reactions).
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