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Thomas Fischer

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Dr. Thomas Fischer
Akademischer Rat

Institut für Anorganische Chemie

Greinstr. 6
Büro 302
50939 Köln

Telefon +49-221-470-1979
Fax +49-221-470-4899
E-Mail t.fischer(at)uni-koeln.de


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  • Renner, A. M.; Schütz, M. B.; Moog, D.; Fischer, T.; Mathur, S. Electroacoustic quantification of surface bound ligands in functional nanoparticles. Chemistry Select 2019, 4, 11959-11964.
     
  • Stadler, D.; Brede, T.; Schwarzbach, D.; Maccari, F.; Fischer, T.; Gutfleisch, O.; Volkert, C. A.; Mathur, S. Anisotropy control in magnetic nanostructures through field-assisted chemical vapor deposition. Nanoscale Advances 2019.
     
  • Stadler, D.; Mueller, D. N.; Brede, T.; Duchoň, T.; Fischer, T.; Sarkar, A.; Giesen, M.; Schneider, C. M.; Volkert, C. A.; Mathur, S. Magnetic Field-Assisted Chemical Vapor Deposition of Iron Oxide Thin Films: Influence of Field-Matter Interactions on Phase Composition and Morphology. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 2019.
     
  • Leduc, J.; Gönüllü, Y.; Ruoko, T.; Fischer, T.; Mayrhofer, L.; Tkachenko, N. V.; Dong, C.; Held, A.; Moseler, M.; Mathur, S. Electronically Coupled Uranium and Iron Oxide Heterojunctions as Efficient Water Oxidation Catalysts. Advanced Functional Materials 2019, 1905005.
     
  • Frank, M.; Jürgensen, L.; Leduc, J.; Stadler, D.; Graf, D.; Gessner, I.; Zajusch, F.; Fischer, T.; Rose, M. -A.; Mueller, D. N.; Mathur, S. Volatile Rhenium(I) Compounds with Re–N Bonds and Their Conversion into Oriented Rhenium Nitride Films by Magnetic Field-Assisted Vapor Phase Deposition. Inorganic Chemistry 2019, acs.inorgchem.9b01656.