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  • Taming and unleashing the reactivity of nanographene π-radicals

    Open-shell nanographenes are envisioned as promising future materials, in which spin interactions between unpaired electrons enable control of quantum information or induce magnetism, features sought-after in spintronics and quantum molecular science.

  • IMM colloquium by prof. Ed Narevicius (TU Dortmund, Germany)

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  • Unravelling the structure of molecules

    The chemical properties of a molecule, and hence its function on a larger scale, depend entirely on its structure. It is therefore not enough to simply detect molecules; rather, it is essential to uncover their molecular structures.

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  • IMM colloquium by prof. Frank Glorius (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany)

    Catalysis is a key technology, since it allows for increased levels of selectivity and efficacy of chemical transformations.