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Quantum Chemistry and Physical Chemistry KU Leuven

The methods of quantum mechanics are applied to the study of a wide variety of organic, biological and inorganic compounds. Molecular structure, reactivity and properties are predicted on the basis of theoretical calculations. Due to constant improvements in computer power, and to more and more efficient algorithms, the predictions that can be made are frequently competitive in terms of accuracy with experimental measurements. Computations ...

Structural chemistry group (STRUCCHEM) University of Antwerp

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The Structural Chemistry Group of the Department of Chemistry at the University of Antwerp is a research group which combines expertise on quantum chemistry, organic semiconductors and diffraction in multi¬disciplinary research on the development and implementation quantum chemical methods for the study of large systems, the structure and bonding in chalcogen-nitrogen compounds, the structure of organic molecules in the crystal phase, conjugated ...

Department of Chemistry KU Leuven

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For more information about the research topics of the different research teams belonging to this department see: - Division for biochemistry - Division for fotochemistry and spectroscopy - Division for quantum chemistry - Division for physical and analytical chemistry - Division for organic synthesis - Division for chemical and biological dynamics - Division for coordination chemistry - Division for polymer chemistry

Materials Chemistry Hasselt University

The research group "Materials Chemistry" (MATCHEM) focuses on the synthesis, characterization and application of advanced functional materials. The group encompasses several expertise groups with specific and complementary expertise, closely collaborating and operating within the spearhead research domains of the Institute for Materials Research (IMO) of Hasselt University. The group is also linked to the IMEC associated laboratory 'imomec'. ...

Chemistry Vrije Universiteit Brussel

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The department Chemistry (DSCH) includes research groups dealing with:

  • Analytical, Environmental and Geochemistry (AMGC);
  • Quantum Chemistry (ALGC);
  • Organic Chemistry (ORGC);
  • Physical and Colloidal Chemistry (FCOL);
  • High Resolution Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (HNMR).

Department of Chemistry Ghent University

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The Department of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry is responsible for research and education in general, inorganic, physical and material chemistry. The research group COMOC or the "Organizational Chemistry and Catalysis Center" of the Department of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry specializes in the preparation of advanced porous materials and uses them for a variety of applications, such as adsorption and catalysis. The Luminescent Lanthanide ...

Materials and Chemistry Vrije Universiteit Brussel

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The Department 'Materials and Chemistry' (MACH) of the Faculty of Engineering of the VUB, combines the research units 'Physical Chemistry and Polymer Science' (FYSC), the 'High Resolution NMR Centre' (HNMR) and 'Electrochemical and Surface Engineering' (SURF). FYSC research activities are focused on '(molecular and supramolecular) structure - processing - property' relations in polymers for developing multi-functional materials with improved ...

Organic and Bio-polymer Chemistry Hasselt University

The research group ''''Organic and (Bio)Polymer Chemistry'''' (OBPC) focuses on the synthesis, characterization and applications of advanced functional (macro)molecular materials. The group encompasses several subgroups with a specific and complementary expertise, closely collaborating and operating within the spearhead research domains of the Institute for Materials Research (IMO) of Hasselt University. The group is also linked to the IMEC ...

Applied and Analytical Chemistry Hasselt University

1. Development and application of suitable analytical strategies for advanced material systems for studying their performance,structure, processing, environmental impact and specific applications with a focus on (bio)polymers.
2. Integrated use of complementary and hyphenated analytical techniques for problem solving
3. Valorization of waste streams using pyrolysis as a thermal conversion techniques for green energy and chemical ...