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Fields & Applications Spectroscopy, Chemical

From Analysis to Synthesis

Sustainability in chemistry and the concept of green chemistry has become an important topic in modern synthetic applications over the last two decades. Nowadays, the chemical industry checks their production processes with respect to sustainability, and several companies are seeking novel and sustainable solutions in synthesis.

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Lothar Brecker

Lothar Brecker

Studying Chemistry at TU Dortmund University Lothar Brecker got a comprehensive knowledge about molecular structures and reactions. He expended this view to static molecular formulas beeing a post doc at Graz University of Technology. There he used NMR spectroscopy as a window to the world of molecular movement and interaction. It was like watching TV on reaction mechanisms and enzyme transformations. The resulting virtual motion pictures, however, looked still like two dimensional images of the three dimensional reality. Actually working at University of Vienna he involves different analytical approaches to gain 3D virtual images of molecular interactions. Combining these results lead to detailed knowledge of spatial and chronological details in biocatalysed transformations.

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