Clusterphysik
AG Ganteför

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2010

Fachpublikationen in referierten Zeitschriften

1. Yeon Jae Ko, Anisha Shakya, Haopeng Wang, Andrej Grubisic, Weijun Zheng,
Matthias Götz, Gerd Ganteför, Kit H. Bowen, Puru Jena, and Boggavarapu Kiran,
"Electronic structure and properties of isoelectronic magic clusters: Al13X „X=H,Au,Li,Na,K,Rb,Cs…",
J.Chem.Phys. 133, 124308 (2010).
[Abstract]

2. Mary Willis, M. Goetz, Anil K. Kandalam, Gerd F. Ganteför, P. Jena,
"Hyperhalogens: Discovery of a new class of highly electronegative species",
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 49: 8966-8970, (Nov 2010).
[Abstract]  [German Abstract]

3. Xiang Li, Andrej Grubisic, Kit H. Bowen, Anil K. Kandalam, Boggavarapu Kiran, Gerd F. Gantefoer, and Puru Jena,
"Communications: Chain and double-ring polymeric structures: Observation of AlnH3n+1 (n = 4–8) and Al4H14",
J. Chem. Phys. 132, 241103 (Jun 2010).
[Abstract]

4. Kiichirou Koyasu, Christian Braun, Sebastian Proch, Gerd Ganteför,
"The metal-semiconductor transition monitored by excited state lifetimes of Al4Om clusters",
Appl. Phys. A 100 431-436 (Jun 2010).
[Abstract]

5. Sibylle Gemming, Gotthard Seifert, Matthias Götz, Tim Fischer, Gerd Ganteför,
"Transition metal sulfide clusters below the cluster-platelet transition: Theory and experiment",
PSS 247 1069-1 076 (May2010).
[Abstract]

6. Matthias Goetz, Mary Willis, Anil K. Kandalam, Gerd F. Ganteför, Puru Jena,
"Origin of the Unusual Properties of Au-n(BO2) Clusters",
ChemPhysChem 11 853-858, (Mar 2010).
[Abstract]

7. Dong-Chan Lim, Chan-Cuk Hwang, G. Ganteför and Young Dok Kim,
"Model catalysts of supported Au nanoparticles and mass-selected clusters",
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2010, 12, 15172 (2010).
[Abstract]

8. Gerd Ganteför
Crude oil, natural gas, coal and uranium: indispensable energy sources for the least developed countries
Analyse & Kritik, Zeitschrift für Sozialtheorie, Zürich, Bd. 01/2010, Seiten 5-23, (invited paper). (pdf)

 

Bücher

 

9. Gerd Ganteför,
"Klima: der Weltuntergang findet nicht statt",
Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, ISBN 978-3-527-32671-6. 289 Seiten, 95 Abbildungen (Sachbuch September 2010). (link)