Adsorption, Analytical chemistry, Phase transition, Mesoporous silica and Chemical physics are his primary areas of study. Gerhard H. Findenegg combines subjects such as Critical point, Vapor pressure, Thermodynamics and Sulfur hexafluoride with his study of Adsorption. Gerhard H. Findenegg interconnects Alcohol, Polymer, Layer, Cycloalkane and Hydrocarbon in the investigation of issues within Analytical chemistry.
His study in Phase transition is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Nanopore and Mesoporous material. As a member of one scientific family, Gerhard H. Findenegg mostly works in the field of Mesoporous silica, focusing on Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and, on occasion, Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance. The study incorporates disciplines such as Scattering, Depletion region, Thin film, Phase and Polystyrene in addition to Chemical physics.
His main research concerns Adsorption, Analytical chemistry, Aqueous solution, Mesoporous silica and Pulmonary surfactant. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Crystallography, Mesoporous material, Neutron scattering and Thermodynamics. The Analytical chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Phase transition, Neutron diffraction, Ellipsometry, Atmospheric temperature range and Phase.
His studies examine the connections between Phase transition and genetics, as well as such issues in Differential scanning calorimetry, with regards to Melting point. In his research, Silanol is intimately related to Hydrogen bond, which falls under the overarching field of Mesoporous silica. His research investigates the link between Pulmonary surfactant and topics such as Micelle that cross with problems in Dynamic light scattering.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Adsorption, Pulmonary surfactant, Nanoparticle, Mesoporous silica and Neutron scattering. His research integrates issues of Crystallography, Scattering and Surface modification in his study of Adsorption. His Pulmonary surfactant research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Inorganic chemistry, Small-angle neutron scattering, Micelle and Nanopore.
His work on Silica nanoparticles is typically connected to Lysozyme as part of general Nanoparticle study, connecting several disciplines of science. He works mostly in the field of Mesoporous silica, limiting it down to concerns involving Aqueous solution and, occasionally, Eutectic system. In his study, Analytical chemistry is inextricably linked to Sorption, which falls within the broad field of Vapor pressure.
Gerhard H. Findenegg mostly deals with Adsorption, Nanoparticle, Pulmonary surfactant, Neutron scattering and Chemical physics. His research on Adsorption often connects related areas such as Biomolecule. Gerhard H. Findenegg studied Nanoparticle and Inorganic chemistry that intersect with Surface modification, Particle size, Hydrophobic effect and Polyelectrolyte.
His Pulmonary surfactant research includes themes of Crystallography, Small-angle neutron scattering and Micelle. His Small-angle neutron scattering study incorporates themes from Nanopore and Aqueous solution. His research in Aqueous solution focuses on subjects like Scattering, which are connected to X-ray crystallography, Bragg's law and Porosity.
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Melting and freezing of water in ordered mesoporous silica materials
Andreas Schreiber;Ingke Ketelsen;Gerhard H. Findenegg.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2001)
Nanobubbles and Their Precursor Layer at the Interface of Water Against a Hydrophobic Substrate
Roland Steitz;Thomas Gutberlet;Thomas Hauss;Beate Klösgen.
Hydrogen bonding of water confined in mesoporous silica MCM-41 and SBA-15 studied by 1H solid-state NMR.
Bob Grünberg;Thomas Emmler;Egbert Gedat;Ilja Shenderovich.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2004)
Melting and freezing of water in cylindrical silica nanopores
S. Jähnert;F. Vaca Chávez;G. E. Schaumann;A. Schreiber.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2008)
Structure, Stability, and Activity of Adsorbed Enzymes
Thierry Zoungrana;Gerhard H. Findenegg;Willem Norde.
joint international conference on information sciences (1997)
Freezing and Melting of Water Confined in Silica Nanopores
Gerhard H. Findenegg;Susanne Jähnert;Dilek Akcakayiran;Andreas Schreiber.
Pyridine-15N: A mobile NMR sensor for surface acidity and surface defects of mesoporous silica
Ilja G. Shenderovich;Gerd Buntkowsky;Andreas Schreiber;Egbert Gedat.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2003)
Pore condensation and critical-point shift of a fluid in controlled-pore glass
Matthias Thommes;Gerhard H. Findenegg.
Aggregation of Silica Nanoparticles Directed by Adsorption of Lysozyme
Bhuvnesh Bharti;Jens Meissner;Gerhard H. Findenegg.
2H-Solid-State NMR Study of Benzene-d6 Confined in Mesoporous Silica SBA-15
E. Gedat;A. Schreiber;J. Albrecht;Th. Emmler.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2002)
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