Within one scientific family, Thomas Strunskus focuses on topics pertaining to Oceanography under Particle (ecology), and may sometimes address concerns connected to Substrate (aquarium). The study of Substrate (aquarium) is intertwined with the study of Oceanography in a number of ways. In his research on the topic of Electronic structure, Molecular dynamics is strongly related with Computational chemistry. While working in this field, Thomas Strunskus studies both Molecular dynamics and Computational chemistry. His study on Thermodynamics is interrelated to topics such as Volume (thermodynamics) and Evaporation. Thomas Strunskus conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Volume (thermodynamics) and Thermodynamics through his works. He is involved in relevant fields of research such as Adsorption and Colloid in the domain of Physical chemistry. His study in Physical chemistry extends to Adsorption with its themes. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Colloid and Polymer through his works.
His Metal investigation overlaps with Composite material and Metallurgy. As part of his studies on Composite material, Thomas Strunskus often connects relevant subjects like Layer (electronics). Layer (electronics) is closely attributed to Polyimide in his work. Thomas Strunskus performs integrative Metallurgy and Metal research in his work. He carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Nanotechnology and Chemical physics. His study deals with a combination of Chemical physics and Nanotechnology. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Organic chemistry and Physical chemistry in his work. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Physical chemistry and Organic chemistry through his works. Chemical engineering and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy are frequently intertwined in his study.
Thomas Strunskus regularly ties together related areas like Coating in his Nanotechnology studies. Coating and Nanoparticle are two areas of study in which Thomas Strunskus engages in interdisciplinary research. Nanoparticle and Silver nanoparticle are two areas of study in which Thomas Strunskus engages in interdisciplinary research. In most of his Composite material studies, his work intersects topics such as Annealing (glass). His work on Annealing (glass) is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Composite material. While working on this project, Thomas Strunskus studies both Sputtering and Sputter deposition. Thomas Strunskus integrates several fields in his works, including Sputter deposition and Sputtering. While working on this project, Thomas Strunskus studies both Thin film and Ceramic. He integrates Ceramic with Thin film in his study.
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Free volume and transport properties in highly selective polymer membranes
C. Nagel;K. Günther-Schade;D. Fritsch;T. Strunskus.
Metal-Polymer Nanocomposites for Functional Applications†
Franz Faupel;Vladimir Zaporojtchenko;Thomas Strunskus;Mady Elbahri.
Advanced Engineering Materials (2010)
Covalent interlinking of an aldehyde and an amine on a Au(111) surface in ultrahigh vacuum.
Sigrid Weigelt;Carsten Busse;Carsten Busse;Christian Bombis;Martin M. Knudsen.
Angewandte Chemie (2007)
Tunable multiple plasmon resonance wavelengths response from multicomponent polymer-metal nanocomposite systems
A. Biswas;O. C. Aktas;U. Schürmann;U. Saeed.
Applied Physics Letters (2004)
Deprotonation-Driven Phase Transformations in Terephthalic Acid Self-Assembly on Cu(100)
S. Stepanow;T. Strunskus;M. Lingenfelder;A. Dmitriev.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2004)
On-surface Ullmann polymerization via intermediate organometallic networks on Ag(111)
Johanna Eichhorn;Thomas Strunskus;Atena Rastgoo-Lahrood;Debabrata Samanta.
Chemical Communications (2014)
Conformational adaptation and selective adatom capturing of tetrapyridyl-porphyrin molecules on a copper (111) surface
Willi Auwärter;Florian Klappenberger;Alexander Weber-Bargioni;Agustin Schiffrin.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2007)
Enhanced ethanol vapour sensing performances of copper oxide nanocrystals with mixed phases
Oleg Lupan;Oleg Lupan;Vasilii Cretu;Vasile Postica;Nicolai Ababii.
Sensors and Actuators B-chemical (2016)
Ionic hydrogen bonds controlling two-dimensional supramolecular systems at a metal surface.
Dietmar Payer;Alessio Comisso;Alexandre Dmitriev;Thomas Strunskus.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2007)
Layer-by-Layer Growth of Oriented Metal Organic Polymers on a Functionalized Organic Surface
Shekhah O;Wang H;Strunskus T;Cyganik P.
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