Hans-Heinrich Limbach mostly deals with Hydrogen bond, Hydrogen, Kinetic isotope effect, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and Physical chemistry. His Hydrogen bond research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Crystallography, Computational chemistry, Bond order and Chemical shift. Hans-Heinrich Limbach has included themes like Ab initio and Atomic physics in his Hydrogen study.
His study in Kinetic isotope effect is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Intermolecular force, NMR spectra database, Thermodynamics, Stereochemistry and Analytical chemistry. His Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy study incorporates themes from Inorganic chemistry, Solvent effects and Proton. His Physical chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Deuterium and Reaction rate constant.
His primary areas of investigation include Hydrogen bond, Kinetic isotope effect, Crystallography, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and Proton. His Hydrogen bond research includes themes of Hydrogen, Photochemistry, Computational chemistry, Intramolecular force and Chemical shift. Hans-Heinrich Limbach has researched Kinetic isotope effect in several fields, including Reaction rate constant, Carbon-13 NMR, Kinetic energy and Physical chemistry.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Proton NMR, Stereochemistry, Tautomer and Molecule in addition to Crystallography. He interconnects Inorganic chemistry and NMR spectra database in the investigation of issues within Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. Hans-Heinrich Limbach combines subjects such as Intermolecular force, Solvent and Analytical chemistry with his study of Proton.
His primary scientific interests are in Hydrogen bond, Crystallography, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Molecule and Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance. His Hydrogen bond study combines topics in areas such as Pyridine, Photochemistry, Kinetic isotope effect, Intramolecular force and Tautomer. The various areas that Hans-Heinrich Limbach examines in his Kinetic isotope effect study include Arrhenius equation and Physical chemistry.
The concepts of his Crystallography study are interwoven with issues in Proton NMR, Stereochemistry, NMR spectra database and Chemical shift. Hans-Heinrich Limbach is involved in the study of Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy that focuses on Magic angle spinning in particular. His research investigates the link between Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance and topics such as Deuterium that cross with problems in Hydrogen and Density functional theory.
Hans-Heinrich Limbach focuses on Hydrogen bond, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Crystallography, Inorganic chemistry and Intramolecular force. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Photochemistry, Protonation, Kinetic isotope effect and Pyridine. His Kinetic isotope effect research integrates issues from Arrhenius equation and NMR spectra database.
His research integrates issues of Carboxylate, Hydrogen, Ultraviolet visible spectroscopy and Solvent in his study of Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. His Crystallography research incorporates elements of Monomer and Chemical shift. His Chemical shift research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance and Tautomer.
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Isotope Effects In Chemistry and Biology
Amnon Kohen;Hans-Heinrich Limbach.
Surface characterization of flax, hemp and cellulose fibers; Surface properties and the water uptake behavior
Alexander Bismarck;Ibon Aranberri‐Askargorta;Jürgen Springer;Thomas Lampke.
Polymer Composites (2002)
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)
James T. Hynes;Judith P. Klinman;Hans-Heinrich Limbach;Richard L. Schowen.
Hydrogen/Deuterium Isotope Effects on the NMR Chemical Shifts and Geometries of Intermolecular Low-Barrier Hydrogen-Bonded Complexes
Sergei N. Smirnov;Nikolai S. Golubev;Gleb S. Denisov;Hans Benedict.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1996)
Ruthenium Nanoparticles inside Porous [Zn4O(bdc)3] by Hydrogenolysis of Adsorbed [Ru(cod)(cot)]: A Solid-State Reference System for Surfactant-Stabilized Ruthenium Colloids
Felicitas Schröder;Daniel Esken;Mirza Cokoja;Maurits W. E. van den Berg.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2008)
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)
Nuclear Scalar Spin−Spin Couplings and Geometries of Hydrogen Bonds
Hans Benedict;Ilja G. Shenderovich;Olga L. Malkina;Vladimir G. Malkin.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2000)
Nuclear magnetic resonance of hydrogen bonded clusters between F− and (HF)n: Experiment and theory
Ilja G. Shenderovich;Ilja G. Shenderovich;Sergei N. Smirnov;Gleb S. Denisov;Vladimir A. Gindin.
International Autumn Bunsen Discussion Meeting 1997 on Hydrogen Transfer: Theory and Experiment (1998)
Nuclear Scalar Spin–Spin Coupling Reveals Novel Properties of Low‐Barrier Hydrogen Bonds in a Polar Environment
Nikolai S. Golubev;Ilja G. Shenderovich;Sergei N. Smirnov;Gleb S. Denisov.
Chemistry: A European Journal (1999)
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