Katja Heinze mostly deals with Ferrocene, Photochemistry, Stereochemistry, Polymer chemistry and Hydrogen bond. Her Ferrocene study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Affinities and Solid-phase synthesis. Her Photochemistry research incorporates themes from Excited state, Ligand field theory, Terpyridine and Ruthenium.
Her Polymer chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Hydrolysis and Nickel. Her study on Hydrogen bond also encompasses disciplines like
Her main research concerns Photochemistry, Crystallography, Ferrocene, Stereochemistry and Medicinal chemistry. Her Photochemistry research includes themes of Luminescence, Excited state, Electron paramagnetic resonance and Ruthenium. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cobalt, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Molecule and Ligand.
Katja Heinze combines subjects such as Proton NMR, Amide, Organic chemistry, Carboxylic acid and Hydrogen bond with her study of Ferrocene. Her work in Amide addresses issues such as Polymer chemistry, which are connected to fields such as Solid-phase synthesis. Her Medicinal chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Steric effects, Coordination complex and Reactivity.
Her primary scientific interests are in Photochemistry, Luminescence, Excited state, Chromium and Redox. The Photochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Electron paramagnetic resonance, Metal ions in aqueous solution and Photon upconversion. Katja Heinze has included themes like Pyridine, Quantum yield, Phosphorescence and Ruthenium in her Luminescence study.
She interconnects Chemical physics, Ligand, Chromophore and Analytical chemistry in the investigation of issues within Excited state. Her research investigates the connection with Redox and areas like Open shell which intersect with concerns in Molybdenum. Her Crystallography research extends to Terpyridine, which is thematically connected.
Katja Heinze mainly investigates Excited state, Luminescence, Photochemistry, Redox and Ligand. Her Luminescence research includes elements of Chromium and Quantum yield. Her research combines Metal ions in aqueous solution and Photochemistry.
Her research in Redox intersects with topics in Combinatorial chemistry, Halide, Catalysis and Benzamide. Her work is dedicated to discovering how Ligand, Chromophore are connected with Electron transfer and Azulene and other disciplines. Her study looks at the relationship between Terpyridine and fields such as Molecular dynamics, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
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V2O5 Nanowires with an Intrinsic Peroxidase-Like Activity
Rute André;Filipe Natálio;Madalena Humanes;Jana Leppin.
Advanced Functional Materials (2011)
Ferrocene—Beauty and Function
Katja Heinze;Heinrich Lang.
Cooperative Transformations of Small Molecules at a Dinuclear Nickel(II) Site
Franc Meyer;Elisabeth Kaifer;Peter Kircher;Katja Heinze.
Chemistry: A European Journal (1999)
Photophysics and photochemistry with Earth-abundant metals – fundamentals and concepts
Christoph Förster;Katja Heinze.
Chemical Society Reviews (2020)
Electronic Communication in C4‐Bridged Binuclear Complexes with Paramagnetic Bisphosphane Manganese End Groups
Sohrab Kheradmandan;Katja Heinze;Helmut W. Schmalle;Heinz Berke.
Angewandte Chemie (1999)
[Cr(ddpd)2]3+: A Molecular, Water‐Soluble, Highly NIR‐Emissive Ruby Analogue
Sven Otto;Markus Grabolle;Christoph Förster;Christoph Kreitner.
Angewandte Chemie (2015)
Main Chain Ferrocenyl Amides from 1‐Aminoferrocene‐1′‐carboxylic Acid
Katja Heinze;Manuela Schlenker.
European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (2004)
Supramolecular Host–Guest Compounds with Tripod–Metal Templates as Building Blocks at the Corners
Susanne Mann;Gottfried Huttner;Laszlo Zsolnai;Katja Heinze.
Angewandte Chemie (1996)
Excited state tuning of bis(tridentate) ruthenium(II) polypyridine chromophores by push-pull effects and bite angle optimization: a comprehensive experimental and theoretical study.
Aaron Breivogel;Michael Meister;Christoph Förster;Frédéric Laquai.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2013)
Conformational Analysis of Chiral Ferrocene–Peptides
Katja Heinze;Manuela Beckmann.
European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (2005)
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