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HFML-FELIX

High Field Magnet Laboratory (HFML) and Free-Electron Lasers for Infrared eXperiment (FELIX) is an internationally renowned lab that offers world-unique research opportunities. The high field magnets, infrared and THz free-electron lasers and the combination thereof are used to explore the properties and structure of (new) materials; a driving force for innovation.

Highlights

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FELIX reveals that structure annotations in MS/MS libraries are frequently incorrect

Ever wondered how realistic the structure annotations of MS/MS fragment ion peaks are that you may encounter in common MS libraries?

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The magnetic anisotropy of polystyrene in polymersomes

Researchers of HFML-FELIX and the Radboud University have determined the magnetic anisotropy of polystyrene in poly-ethyleneglycol polystyrene polymersomes by magnetic birefringence and transmission electron microscopy.

One week summer course IR Free Electron Lasers in Chemistry and Physics

Join our one week summer course: IR Free Electron Lasers in Chemistry and Physics

Join our one week summer course: IR Free Electron Lasers in Chemistry and Physics

Events

Cosmic chemistry of complex aromatic molecules

47th Annual Meeting NNV AMO

Visiting address

HFML-FELIX
Toernooiveld 7
6525 ED Nijmegen
The Netherlands

Contact

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+31 24 365 25 25