Steffen Brülls

Visiting Researcher at Chemistry and Biochemistry

Steffen Brülls has been a PhD student at the division of organic chemistry since February 2016. His project is focused on the modification of graphene layer using different methods of organic chemistry. In order to use its outstanding properties, graphene should be functionalized at its surface non-covalently. The goal is to create totally novel components, which can be used for a better electronic transportation and storage in the future.

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Metal-Organic Frameworks with Hexakis(4-carboxyphenyl)benzene: Extensions to Reticular Chemistry and Introducing Foldable Nets

Francoise Mystere Amombo Noa, Erik Svensson Grape, Steffen Brülls et al
Journal of the American Chemical Society. Vol. 142 (20), p. 9471-9481
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Evidence for Electron Transfer between Graphene and Non-Covalently Bound pi-Systems

Steffen Brülls, Valentina Cantatore, Zhenping Wang et al
Chemistry - A European Journal. Vol. 26 (29), p. 6694-6702
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Fluorescence of a chiral pentaphene derivative derived from the hexabenzocoronene Motif

Philipp Rietsch, Jan Soyka, Steffen Brülls et al
Chemical Communications. Vol. 55 (71), p. 10515-10518
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On-Tissue Chemical Derivatization of Catecholamines Using 4-(N-Methyl)pyridinium Boronic Acid for ToF-SIMS and LDI-ToF Mass Spectrometry Imaging

I. Kaya, Steffen Brülls, Johan Dunevall et al
Analytical Chemistry. Vol. 90 (22), p. 13580-13590
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