2017 - Member of the European Academy of Sciences
His primary areas of investigation include Inorganic chemistry, Catalysis, Heterogeneous catalysis, Lewis acids and bases and Fullerene. The study incorporates disciplines such as Oxide, Nuclear chemistry, Amorphous solid, BET theory and Sol-gel in addition to Inorganic chemistry. His Catalysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Metal, Adsorption and Magnesium.
His work in Heterogeneous catalysis addresses subjects such as Aluminium fluoride, which are connected to disciplines such as Anhydrous. His Lewis acids and bases research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Halide, Fluorine and Isomerization. He combines subjects such as Crystallography, Crystal structure and Molecule with his study of Fullerene.
Erhard Kemnitz mostly deals with Inorganic chemistry, Catalysis, Crystallography, Crystal structure and Fullerene. His work carried out in the field of Inorganic chemistry brings together such families of science as Hydrogen, Adsorption, Metal, Oxygen and Aluminium. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Metal, focusing on Sol-gel and, on occasion, Nanoscopic scale.
His Catalysis research is included under the broader classification of Organic chemistry. His studies deal with areas such as Molecule, Stereochemistry and Diffraction as well as Crystallography. His work on Fullerene derivatives as part of general Fullerene research is frequently linked to Cage, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Inorganic chemistry, Catalysis, Metal, Fluorine and Nanoparticle. His primary area of study in Inorganic chemistry is in the field of Hydroxide. The concepts of his Catalysis study are interwoven with issues in Aluminium fluoride, Aluminium and Reactivity.
His work in Metal tackles topics such as Nuclear chemistry which are related to areas like Preservative. His Fluorine research includes themes of Thermal analysis, Crystal structure, Ammonium fluoride and Barium, Barium acetate. His Nanoparticle research includes elements of Luminescence, Sol-gel, Analytical chemistry, Composite material and Dispersity.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Inorganic chemistry, Catalysis, Fullerene, Fluorine and Nanoparticle. He is interested in Hydroxide, which is a field of Inorganic chemistry. His Catalysis research integrates issues from Hydrogen and Polymer chemistry.
His Fullerene research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Trifluoromethylation, Computational chemistry, Stereochemistry and Characterization. His studies in Nanoparticle integrate themes in fields like Luminescence, Sol-gel, Dispersity and Anhydrous. His Heterogeneous catalysis research incorporates themes from Reactivity and Markovnikov's rule.
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Amorphous Metal Fluorides with Extraordinary High Surface Areas
Erhard Kemnitz;Udo Groß;Stephan Rüdiger;Chandra S. Shekar.
Angewandte Chemie (2003)
ESCA, XRD, and IR Characterization of Aluminum Oxide, Hydroxyfluoride, and Fluoride Surfaces in Correlation with Their Catalytic Activity in Heterogeneous Halogen Exchange Reactions
A. Hess;E. Kemnitz;A. Lippitz;W.E.S. Unger.
Journal of Catalysis (1994)
Application of calcined Mg-Al hydrotalcites for Michael additions : an investigation of catalytic activity and acid-base properties
Hillary A. Prescott;Zhi-Jian Li;Erhard Kemnitz;Annette Trunschke.
Journal of Catalysis (2005)
Fluorinated metal oxides and metal fluorides as heterogeneous catalysts
Erhard Kemnitz;Dirk-Henning Menz.
Progress in Solid State Chemistry (1998)
Properties of modified zirconia used as friedel-crafts-acylation catalysts
V. Quaschning;J. Deutsch;P. Druska;H.-J. Niclas.
Journal of Catalysis (1998)
The fluorolytic sol-gel route to metal fluorides--a versatile process opening a variety of application fields.
Stephan Rüdiger;Erhard Kemnitz.
Dalton Transactions (2008)
New magnesium oxide fluorides with hydroxy groups as catalysts for Michael additions
Hillary A. Prescott;Zhi-Jian Li;Erhard Kemnitz;Jens Deutsch.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2005)
Non-aqueous sol–gel synthesis of nano-structured metal fluorides
Stephan Rüdiger;Udo Groß;Erhard Kemnitz.
Journal of Fluorine Chemistry (2007)
Non-aqueous synthesis of high surface area aluminium fluoride: a mechanistic investigation
Stephan K. Ruediger;Udo Groß;Michael Feist;Hillary A. Prescott.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2005)
Two Isomers of C60F48: An Indented Fullerene
Sergei I. Troyanov;Pavel A. Troshin;Olga V. Boltalina;Ilya N. Ioffe.
Angewandte Chemie (2001)
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