Institut für Anorganische Chemie

Teaching

Prof. Dr. Reiner Anwander

Allgemeine Chemie

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Allgemeine Chemie für Nanoscience

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Nebengruppenelemente

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f-Elemente 1

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Overview

Episodes from History
Carl Auer von Welsbach (1858-1929)

Initiator of Rare-Earth Metal Industry (1891)

Intrinsic Properties

Features of Lanthanide Cations – Intrinsic Properties

Structural Chemistry

Structural Chemistry of LnCp3:

The „Lanthanide Contraction“

 

Contents

I. Episodes from the History of Rare-Earth Elements
II. Intrinsic Properties of the Rare-Earth Elements
III. Rare-Earth Metal-based Inorganics
IV. Rare-Earth Metal-based Organometallics I
V. Rare-Earth Metal-based Organometallics II
VI. Rare-Earth Metal-based Organometallics III
VII. Rare-Earth Metal-based Nanostructured Materials
VIII. Application of Rare-Earth Metals: Heterogeneous Catalysis
IX. Application of Rare-Earth Metals: Homogeneous Catalysis I
X. Application of Rare-Earth Metals: Homogeneous Catalysis II
XI. Application of Rare-Earth Metals: Material Science
XII. Application of Rare-Earth Metals: Medicine

 

Books dealing with Rare Earth Metal Chemistry

 

Review Articles dealing with Rare Earth Elements

f-Elemente 2

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Nanochemie Master

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Nanochemistry 1

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Nanostructured Materials

Nano-sized Bulk-Materials Nanoporous Materials
 
  • Cluster compounds
  • Nanoparticles (colloids)
 
 
  • Microporous materials:
    zeolites, zeotypes, MOFs, reversed micelles
  • Mesoporous materials:
    PMSs/PMXs, PMS-types, Si(NH)2, metals
 

(according to Adv. Mater. 1998, 10, 144)

 

Contents

I. Introduction: Definitions, Scope, Aims
II. Synthesis and Characterization of Nanoparticles
(inversed micelles, ligand-stabilized nanoclusters, nanotectonics)
III. Synthesis and Characterization of Nanoporous Materials
(open-framework inorganics, templating and pillaring approaches)
IV. Metalorganic Frameworks MOF-n
(interpenetrating networks, molecular tectonics)
V. (Semi-)Crystalline Porous Silica Materials
(zeolites, zeotypes, pillared clays, periodic mesoporous silica PMS)
VI. Nanoporous Oxides
(metal alkoxides, sol–gel process)
VII. Nanoporous Carbons and Metals
(„activated carbon“, nanotubes, PMS replicas)
VIII. Hybrid (Composite) Materials
(Isomorphous substitution, cocondensation, postsynthetic derivatization, impregnation, MO-CVD, SOMC, ship-in-the-bottle sythesis)
IX. Application of Porous Materials
(material science, organic synthesis, catalysis, adsorption/separation processes)

 

Journals dealing with nanostructured Materials

Nanochemistry 2

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