Her primary areas of study are Nanotechnology, Photocatalysis, Inorganic chemistry, Covalent bond and Carbon nitride. Bettina V. Lotsch combines subjects such as Mesoporous material and Photonic crystal with her study of Nanotechnology. Her work deals with themes such as Hydrogen production, Hydrogen and Photochemistry, which intersect with Photocatalysis.
Her work carried out in the field of Inorganic chemistry brings together such families of science as Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Powder diffraction, Chemical vapor deposition and Nanostructure. Bettina V. Lotsch works mostly in the field of Covalent bond, limiting it down to topics relating to Polymer and, in certain cases, Sorption and Triazine, as a part of the same area of interest. Her Carbon nitride research includes elements of Graphitic carbon nitride and Nitride.
Her primary scientific interests are in Nanotechnology, Crystallography, Photocatalysis, Photonic crystal and Inorganic chemistry. The concepts of her Nanotechnology study are interwoven with issues in Analyte and Mesoporous material. She focuses mostly in the field of Crystallography, narrowing it down to matters related to Ion and, in some cases, Electrolyte and Dielectric spectroscopy.
Her Photocatalysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Hydrogen production, Covalent bond and Polymer. Her Covalent bond research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Triazine and Crystallinity. Bettina V. Lotsch works mostly in the field of Photonic crystal, limiting it down to topics relating to Porosity and, in certain cases, Sorption.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Nanotechnology, Chemical physics, Photocatalysis, Covalent bond and Carbon nitride. She has researched Nanotechnology in several fields, including Valence band and Polymer. Her work on Artificial photosynthesis as part of general Photocatalysis research is frequently linked to Process engineering, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Surface modification, Imine, Triazine, Combinatorial chemistry and Crystallinity. Her studies deal with areas such as Melamine, Charge, Interfacial engineering and Imide as well as Carbon nitride. Her Catalysis research incorporates themes from Molecular engineering, Hydrogen, Electrochemistry and Covalent organic framework.
Her primary areas of investigation include Nanotechnology, Polymer, Covalent bond, Photocatalysis and Chemical physics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Carbon nitride and Electrochemistry in addition to Nanotechnology. Bettina V. Lotsch has included themes like Energy transformation, Chemical energy, Transmission electron microscopy and Quantum in her Polymer study.
Her Covalent bond study also includes fields such as
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A tunable azine covalent organic framework platform for visible light-induced hydrogen generation
Vijay S. Vyas;Frederik Haase;Frederik Haase;Linus Stegbauer;Linus Stegbauer;Goekcen Savasci.
Nature Communications (2015)
A hydrazone-based covalent organic framework for photocatalytic hydrogen production
Linus Stegbauer;Linus Stegbauer;Linus Stegbauer;Katharina Schwinghammer;Katharina Schwinghammer;Katharina Schwinghammer;Bettina V. Lotsch;Bettina V. Lotsch;Bettina V. Lotsch.
Chemical Science (2014)
New horizons for inorganic solid state ion conductors
Zhizhen Zhang;Zhizhen Zhang;Yuanjun Shao;Bettina V. Lotsch;Yong-Sheng Hu.
Energy and Environmental Science (2018)
Unmasking melon by a complementary approach employing electron diffraction, solid-state NMR spectroscopy, and theoretical calculations: Structural characterization of a carbon nitride polymer
Bettina V. Lotsch;Markus Döblinger;Jan Sehnert;Lena Seyfarth.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2007)
Dirac cone protected by non-symmorphic symmetry and three-dimensional Dirac line node in ZrSiS.
Leslie M. Schoop;Mazhar N. Ali;Mazhar N. Ali;Carola Straßer;Andreas Topp.
Nature Communications (2016)
Bottom-up assembly of photonic crystals
Georg von Freymann;Vladimir Kitaev;Bettina V. Lotsch;Geoffrey A. Ozin.
Chemical Society Reviews (2013)
Crystalline Carbon Nitride Nanosheets for Improved Visible-Light Hydrogen Evolution
Katharina Schwinghammer;Katharina Schwinghammer;Maria B. Mesch;Viola Duppel;Christian Ziegler;Christian Ziegler;Christian Ziegler.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2014)
Rational design of carbon nitride photocatalysts by identification of cyanamide defects as catalytically relevant sites
Vincent Wing-hei Lau;Vincent Wing-hei Lau;Igor Moudrakovski;Tiago Botari;Simon Weinberger;Simon Weinberger.
Nature Communications (2016)
Triazine-based Carbon Nitrides for Visible-Light-Driven Hydrogen Evolution†
Katharina Schwinghammer;Brian Tuffy;Brian Tuffy;Maria B. Mesch;Eva Wirnhier.
Angewandte Chemie (2013)
Nanofabrication by self-assembly
Geoffrey A. Ozin;Kun Hou;Bettina V. Lotsch;Ludovico Cademartiri.
Materials Today (2009)
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