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Institute of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Organic Chemistry

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Rainer Haag

Organic Chemistry
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“>Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry
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Takustr. 3
14195 Berlin

Research Topics

Main research topics in the Organic Chemistry Division are total synthesis of natural products and synthetic method development, supramolecular chemistry in the gas-phase, in solution and on surfaces, macromolecular chemistry with a focus on drug delivery systems based on dendritic and hyperbranched architectures, bioorganic chemistry of coiled-coil peptides and peptides containing fluorinated amino acids, and multivalent interactions.

Research Groups

  • Bertin Group
  • Block Group
  • Böttcher Group
  • Calderón Group
  • Christmann Group
  • Eigler Group
  • Haag Group
  • Heretsch Group
  • Hopkinson Group
  • Koksch Group
  • Pagel Group
  • Reißig Group
  • Schalley Group
  • Tzschucke Group
  • Weinhart Group

Guest Research Group (within the CRC 765)

  • Adeli Group

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Prof. Dr. Rainer Haag
Phone +49 30 838 52633
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Mrs. Eike Ziegler
Phone +49 30 838 53358
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Inorganic Chemistry

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Ulrich Abram

Inorganic Chemistry
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Inorganic Chemistry
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Fabeckstr. 34-36
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Research Topics

Main research topics in the Inorganic Chemistry Division are the coordination chemistry of radioactive metals for applications in nuclear medicine, bioinorganic chemistry with a focus on metal complexes with biological function, fluorine chemistry, transition metal coordination chemistry for applications in catalysis and in material sciences.

Reserach Groups

  • Abram Group
  • Hasenstab-Riedel Group
  • Kulak Group
  • Lentz Group
  • Müller Group
  • Sarkar Group
  • Seppelt Group
  • Spandl Group

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Prof. Dr. Ulrich Abram
Phone +49 30 838 54002
Fax +49 30 838 52676
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Office 1

Mrs. Lamis Sires
Phone +49 30 838 52427
Fax +49 30 838 52440
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Office 2

Mrs. Inge Kanakaris-Wirtl
Phone +49 30 838 54071
Fax +49 30 838 53310
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Technical Service

Mr. Jürgen-Peter Böttcher
Phone 1  +49 30 838 52429
Phone 2  +49 30 838 52411
Fax +49 30 838 52410
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