Recent Highlights

Discovery of Elusive K4O6, a Compound Stabilized by Configurational Entropy of Polarons

https://dx.doi.org/10.1002/anie.201809409

Discovery of Elusive K4O6, a Compound Stabilized by Configurational Entropy of Polarons
On Jeff=0 Ground State Iridates(V): Tracking Residual Paramagnetism in New Bi2NaIrO6

https://dx.doi.org/10.1002/chem.201804226

On Jeff=0 Ground State Iridates(V): Tracking Residual Paramagnetism in New Bi2NaIrO6
Verwey-type charge ordering transition in an open-shell p-electron compound

https://dx.doi.org/10.1126/sciadv.aap7581

Verwey-type charge ordering transition in an open-shell p-electron compound
Controlled synthesis of single-chiralitycarbon nanotubes  Article in FAZ

http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nature13607

Controlled synthesis of single-chirality
carbon nanotubes

Article in FAZ
A large-energy-gap oxide topological insulatorbased on the superconductor BaBiO3

http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nphys2762

A large-energy-gap oxide topological insulator
based on the superconductor BaBiO3
The Azide/Nitrate Route, a Versatile and Prolific Procedure for the Synthesis of Alkali Oxometalates

ZAAC Publication

The Azide/Nitrate Route, a Versatile and Prolific Procedure for the Synthesis of Alkali Oxometalates
A Universal Representation of the States of Chemical Matter Including Metastable Configurations in Phase Diagrams

http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/anie.201106220

A Universal Representation of the States of Chemical Matter Including Metastable Configurations in Phase Diagrams

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Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Martin Jansen
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Martin Jansen
Director Emeritus
Phone:+49 711 689-1560Fax:+49 711 689-1502

Curriculum Vitae

 

Jansen's interests focus on basic research in the field of preparative solid state chemistry with the goal of developing modern materials. Classes of materials currently under investigation include new binary and ternary oxides, superconducting oxides, ionic conductors, structural oxide-ceramics and pigments, endohedral fullerenes and fullerides or amorphous inorganic nitridic networks. Besides employing traditional solid state synthesis methods, a large number of alternative techniques is used, e.g., the sol-gel-process, synthesis under high pressure, via an rf-furnace, at low temperatures in liquid ammonia, or by electrochemical methods. In addition, their chemical and physical properties, in particular optical, electrical and magnetic behavior, are analyzed. This provides the basis for placing the results in the proper context regarding structure-property-relationships and modern concepts of bond-theory. A long-term goal is to increase the predictability of solid state chemistry, i.e., to predict the existence of not-yet-synthesized compounds, calculate their properties, and finally provide prescriptions for their synthesis. This work involves both theoretical and synthetic aspects; on the theoretical side, structure candidates are determined using global optimization techniques, while on the preparative side kinetically controlled types of reactions are being developed.

 
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