Research on Hydrogenase and Hydrogen production is a part of his Hydrogen study. Hydrogen production and Hydrogen are two areas of study in which František Hartl engages in interdisciplinary research. He conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Organic chemistry and Combinatorial chemistry. He combines Combinatorial chemistry and Organic chemistry in his research. Catalysis is frequently linked to Diimine in his study. František Hartl performs multidisciplinary study in Nanotechnology and Molecular machine in his work. He performs integrative study on Molecular machine and Supramolecular chemistry in his works. In his research, František Hartl undertakes multidisciplinary study on Supramolecular chemistry and Supramolecular assembly. He performs multidisciplinary studies into Electrode and Electrochemical cell in his work.
His work on Crystallography as part of general Crystal structure research is frequently linked to Stereochemistry, bridging the gap between disciplines. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Crystallography and Crystal structure. František Hartl brings together Stereochemistry and Molecule to produce work in his papers. His work on Organic chemistry as part of general Alkyl study is frequently linked to Photochemistry, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. In most of his Organic chemistry studies, his work intersects topics such as Analytical Chemistry (journal). Photochemistry and Catalysis are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary work. His research on Catalysis is centered around Ruthenium and Diimine. He frequently studies issues relating to Ruthenium and Biochemistry. His Physical chemistry study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Electrode.
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Electrocatalytic Reduction of CO2 Using the Complexes [Re(bpy)(CO)3L]n (n = +1, L = P(OEt)3, CH3CN; n = 0, L = Cl-, Otf-; bpy = 2,2‘-Bipyridine; Otf- = CF3SO3) as Catalyst Precursors: Infrared Spectroelectrochemical Investigation
Frank P. A. Johnson;Michael W. George;Frantisek Hartl;James J. Turner.
Spectroelectrochemical (IR, UV/Vis) Determination of the Reduction Pathways for a Series of [Re(CO)3(.alpha.-diimine)L']0/+ (L' = Halide, OTf-, THF, MeCN, n-PrCN, PPh3, P(OMe)3) Complexes
G.J. Stor;F. Hartl;J.W.M. van Outersterp;D.J. Stufkens.
Photochromic dithienylethene derivatives containing Ru(II) or Os(II) metal units. Sensitized photocyclization from a triplet state
Ron T. F. Jukes;Vincenzo Adamo;Frantisek Hartl;Peter Belser.
Inorganic Chemistry (2004)
Self-assembled biomimetic [2Fe2S]-hydrogenase-based photocatalyst for molecular hydrogen evolution
A. M. Kluwer;R. Kapre;F. Hartl;M. Lutz.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2009)
Consequences of N,C,N'- and C,N,N'-coordination modes on electronic and photophysical properties of cyclometalated aryl ruthenium(II) complexes.
S.H. Wadman;M. Lutz;D.M. Tooke;A.L. Spek.
Inorganic Chemistry (2009)
Photochromic switches incorporated in bridging ligands : A new tool to modulate energy-transfer processes
P. Belser;L. De Cola;Frantisek Hartl;V. Adamo.
Advanced Functional Materials (2006)
Ultrafast Charge Separation in a Photoreactive Rhenium-Appended Porphyrin Assembly Monitored by Picosecond Transient Infrared Spectroscopy
Anders Gabrielsson;František Hartl;Hong Zhang;John R. Lindsay Smith.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2006)
Simultaneous bridge-localized and mixed-valence character in diruthenium radical cations featuring diethynylaromatic bridging ligands.
Mark A. Fox;Boris Le Guennic;Boris Le Guennic;Rachel L. Roberts;Daniel A. Brue.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2011)
Versatile Cryostated Optically Transparent Thin-Layer Electrochemical (OTTLE) Cell for Variable-Temperature UV-Vis/IR Spectroelectrochemical Studies:
F. Hartl;H. Luyten;H. A. Nieuwenhuis;G. C. Schoemaker.
Applied Spectroscopy (1994)
Electronic energy transfer in a dinuclear Ru/Os complex containing a photoresponsive dithienylethene derivative as bridging ligand
Ron T.F. Jukes;Vincenzo Adamo;František Hartl;Peter Belser.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2005)
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