Clemens von Sonntag focuses on Aqueous solution, Photochemistry, Radical, Radiolysis and Reaction rate constant. Clemens von Sonntag combines subjects such as Inorganic chemistry and Sonochemistry with his study of Aqueous solution. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Nitrite, Butanol and Ozone.
In the field of Photochemistry, his study on Electron transfer overlaps with subjects such as Peroxyl radicals. His Radical research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Medicinal chemistry, Solvent, Protonation, Hydrogen atom and Phenols. Clemens von Sonntag has included themes like DNA and 2-Mercaptoethanol in his Radiolysis study.
Photochemistry, Radical, Aqueous solution, Radiolysis and Organic chemistry are his primary areas of study. Clemens von Sonntag focuses mostly in the field of Photochemistry, narrowing it down to topics relating to Protonation and, in certain cases, Nucleobase. His research integrates issues of Radical ion, Reaction rate constant, Medicinal chemistry and Electron transfer in his study of Radical.
His Aqueous solution study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Inorganic chemistry, Hydroquinone and Oxygen. His work deals with themes such as Yield, Phosphate and Ozone, which intersect with Inorganic chemistry. His Radiolysis study deals with Hydrogen peroxide intersecting with Formaldehyde.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Radical, Aqueous solution, Photochemistry, Ozone and Organic chemistry. Radiolysis and Hydroxyl radical are the subjects of his Radical studies. The Radiolysis study which covers Protonation that intersects with Thymine.
Clemens von Sonntag interconnects Solvent effects, Hydroquinone, Stereochemistry and Ozonolysis in the investigation of issues within Aqueous solution. The Photochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Radical ion, Adduct, Deprotonation and Absorption spectroscopy. In his work, Reaction rate constant, Butanol, Nitrite and Yield is strongly intertwined with Inorganic chemistry, which is a subfield of Ozone.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Aqueous solution, Radical, Ozone, Inorganic chemistry and Hydroquinone. Aqueous solution is a subfield of Organic chemistry that Clemens von Sonntag tackles. He studied Radical and Photochemistry that intersect with Adduct.
His studies deal with areas such as Waste management, Water treatment, Sewage treatment and Hydrogen peroxide as well as Ozone. His Inorganic chemistry research incorporates themes from Tetranitromethane, Reaction rate constant, Chemical decomposition and Butanol. In Reaction rate constant, Clemens von Sonntag works on issues like Radiolysis, which are connected to Organic matter and Wastewater.
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Free-Radical-Induced DNA Damage and Its Repair
Clemens von Sonntag.
Chemistry of Ozone in Water and Wastewater Treatment
Clemens Von Sonntag;Urs Von Gunten.
The Elucidation of Peroxyl Radical Reactions in Aqueous Solution with the Help of Radiation‐Chemical Methods
Clemens von Sonntag;Heinz‐Peter Schuchmann.
Angewandte Chemie (1991)
Chemistry of Ozone in Water and Wastewater Treatment: From Basic Principles to Applications
Clemens von Sonntag;Urs von Gunten.
Water intelligence online (2012)
OH-radical formation by ultrasound in aqueous solution--Part II: Terephthalate and Fricke dosimetry and the influence of various conditions on the sonolytic yield.
Gertraud Mark;Armin Tauber;Rüdiger Laupert;Heinz-Peter Schuchmann.
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry (1998)
Radiation-Induced Strand Breaks in DNA: Chemical and Enzymatic Analysis of End Groups and Mechanistic Aspects
Clemens Von Sonntag;Ulrich Hagen;Annemarie Schön-Bopp;Dietrich Schulte-Frohlinde.
Advances in radiation biology (1981)
Degradation of chlorotriazine pesticides by sulfate radicals and the influence of organic matter.
Holger V. Lutze;Stephanie Bircher;Insa Rapp;Nils Kerlin.
Environmental Science & Technology (2015)
OH radical formation by ultrasound in aqueous solutions Part I: the chemistry underlying the terephthalate dosimeter
Xingwang Fang;Gertraud Mark;Clemens von Sonntag.
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry (1996)
Free-Radical Reactions of Carbohydrates as Studied by Radiation Techniques
Clemens von Sonntag.
Advances in Carbohydrate Chemistry and Biochemistry (1980)
 Kinetic factors that control the fate of thiyl radicals in cells
Wardman P;von Sonntag C.
Methods in Enzymology (1995)
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