Research

The Gerken group is preparing and characterizing inorganic fluorine compounds that are structurally interesting and can be used as reagents in fluorine chemistry. Since 19F is a key sensitive NMR nucleus, NMR spectroscopy of solids and solutions is one of the key characterization methods for the Gerken group. Solid-state NMR spectroscopy has been utilized to characterize xenon, iodide, and sulfur fluorides.
For more information contact Michael Gerken.

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Development of new solids and liquids NMR methods to investigate fluorine containing materials.
For more information contact Paul Hazendonk.



Structural and dynamical investigation of nitrogen containing inorganic compounds.
For more information contact Rene Boere.



Inter-atomic distance measurements and relaxation studies using quadrupolar
nuclei as a probe in Biological solids.

For more information contact David Siminovitch.