Stephan Landgraf

Ao.Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Chem. Dr.rer.nat.

19952017
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Electron Transfer in EPR, Photo- and Electrochemistry

Stephan Landgraf (Speaker)
14 Jun 2011

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3rd EuCheMS Chemistry Congress

Stephan Landgraf (Speaker)
2 Sep 2010

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Understanding Photoinduced Electron Transfer in the Concept of Marcus Theory

Stephan Landgraf (Speaker)
6 Feb 2009

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Rehm-Weller and Stern-Volmer experiments in the light of remote electron transfer

Stephan Landgraf (Speaker)
18 Mar 2008

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Mechanistic Studies in Photochemistry

Stephan Landgraf (Speaker)
10 Nov 2008

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Optische Messmethoden am Institut für Physikalische Chemie

Stephan Landgraf (Speaker)
1 Dec 2003

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Anwendung von modernen Halbleiterkomponenten für optische Untersuchungen in der physikalischen Chemie

Stephan Landgraf (Speaker)
11 Jan 2002

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Die Marcus-Theorie: Einführung und Anwendung in der physikalischen Chemie

Stephan Landgraf (Speaker)
23 Oct 2002

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Application of Semiconductor Light Sources for Investigations of Photochemical Reactions

Stephan Landgraf (Speaker)
26 Mar 2001

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Contact/Non-contact analysis of reaction distance dependence of photoinduced electron transfer processes in solution

Stephan Landgraf (Speaker), Gonzalo Manuel Angulo Nunez (Contributor), Günter Grampp (Contributor), Jens Sobek (Contributor), A. I. Burshtein (Contributor)
13 May 199915 May 1999

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