Christian Kübel mainly investigates Nanotechnology, Inorganic chemistry, Crystallography, Nanoparticle and Transmission electron microscopy. His work on Electron tomography as part of general Nanotechnology study is frequently linked to Energy density, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Inorganic chemistry research incorporates elements of Electrolyte, Anode, Catalysis and Magnesium.
His Crystallography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Molecule, Hexabenzocoronene, Intramolecular force, Stereochemistry and Scanning tunneling microscope. As part of one scientific family, Christian Kübel deals mainly with the area of Nanoparticle, narrowing it down to issues related to the Silicon, and often Etching, Wavelength and Electroluminescence. His research investigates the connection between Transmission electron microscopy and topics such as Plasmon that intersect with issues in Shear band, Amorphous metal, Molecular physics, Shear and Amorphous matrix.
His primary scientific interests are in Nanotechnology, Transmission electron microscopy, Crystallography, Composite material and Nanoparticle. The study incorporates disciplines such as Lithium and Raman spectroscopy in addition to Nanotechnology. Christian Kübel has included themes like Crystal structure, Microstructure, Diffraction and Analytical chemistry in his Transmission electron microscopy study.
His research investigates the connection between Composite material and topics such as Nanocrystalline material that intersect with problems in Crystallite. His Nanoparticle study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Particle size. His Electron tomography study contributes to a more complete understanding of Optics.
Christian Kübel mainly focuses on Porosity, Mesoporous material, Diffraction, Chemical physics and Condensed matter physics. His Porosity study combines topics in areas such as Mesoporous silica, Methanation, Rietveld refinement and Electron tomography. His Mesoporous material research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Gas pycnometer, Diffuse reflection and Analytical chemistry.
Within one scientific family, Christian Kübel focuses on topics pertaining to Shear band under Diffraction, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Amorphous metal, Amorphous solid, Scanning transmission electron microscopy and Nanomaterials. He has researched Scanning transmission electron microscopy in several fields, including Nanoparticle and Particle size. His work in the fields of Transmission electron microscopy, such as High-resolution transmission electron microscopy, intersects with other areas such as Cathode.
His primary areas of study are Mesoporous material, Steric effects, Porosity, Chemical physics and Transmission electron microscopy. When carried out as part of a general Mesoporous material research project, his work on Mesoporous silica is frequently linked to work in TRACER, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His studies in Steric effects integrate themes in fields like Diffusion, Morphology and Electron tomography.
Christian Kübel interconnects Amorphous solid, Amorphous metal, Ribbon, Annealing and Metastability in the investigation of issues within Transmission electron microscopy.
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Towards automated diffraction tomography: part I--data acquisition.
U. Kolb;T. Gorelik;C. Kübel;M.T. Otten.
High entropy oxides for reversible energy storage
Abhishek Sarkar;Leonardo Velasco;Di Wang;Qingsong Wang.
Nature Communications (2018)
3D imaging of nanomaterials by discrete tomography.
K.J. Batenburg;S. Bals;J. Sijbers;C. Kübel.
Synthesis and Self‐Assembly of Functionalized Hexa‐peri‐hexabenzocoronenes
S. Ito;M. Wehmeier;J. D. Brand;C. Kübel.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2000)
Giant Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Markus Müller;Christian Kübel;Klaus Müllen.
Chemistry: A European Journal (1998)
Size-dependent absolute quantum yields for size-separated colloidally-stable silicon nanocrystals.
Melanie L. Mastronardi;Florian Maier-Flaig;Daniel Faulkner;Eric J. Henderson.
Nano Letters (2012)
Multicolor Silicon Light-Emitting Diodes (SiLEDs)
Florian Maier-Flaig;Julia Rinck;Moritz Stephan;Tobias Bocksrocker.
Nano Letters (2013)
Recent Advances in Electron Tomography: TEM and HAADF-STEM Tomography for Materials Science and Semiconductor Applications
Christian Kübel;Andreas Voigt;Remco Schoenmakers;Max Otten.
Microscopy and Microanalysis (2005)
Nanoporous Au: An Unsupported Pure Gold Catalyst?
Arne Wittstock;Björn Neumann;Andreas Schaefer;Karifala Dumbuya.
Journal of Physical Chemistry C (2009)
Performance study of magnesium–sulfur battery using a graphene based sulfur composite cathode electrode and a non-nucleophilic Mg electrolyte
B. P. Vinayan;Zhirong Zhao-Karger;Thomas Diemant;Venkata Sai Kiran Chakravadhanula.
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