Group of Prof. Dr. Matthias Wagner

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Why restrict yourself...

...when you can have it all? Stereotyped thinking results in stereotyped research. We therefore refuse to define ourselves as either inorganic or organic chemists, but are trying to combine the best of both worlds.

Our group focuses on various areas of modern organometallic chemistry, tackling fundamental problems and also doing applied research in cooperation with industry. Current topics include:

   - Reaction mechanisms and reactive intermediates
   - Molecules with unusual bonding situations
   - Homogeneous catalysis with transition metals and Frustrated Lewis Pairs (FLPs)
   - Organic electronics and luminescent materials
   - Oligosilanes/-germanes and Si/Ge nanostructures
   - Single-crystral X-ray crystallography

For more information see the research section.

Why restrict yourself...

...when you can have it all? Stereotyped thinking results in stereotyped research. We therefore refuse to define ourselves as either inorganic or organic chemists, but are trying to combine the best of both worlds.

Our group focuses on various areas of modern organometallic chemistry, tackling fundamental problems and also doing applied research in cooperation with industry. Current topics include:

   - Reaction mechanisms and reactive intermediates
   - Molecules with unusual bonding situations
   - Homogeneous catalysis with transition metals and Frustrated Lewis Pairs (FLPs)
   - Organic electronics and luminescent materials
   - Oligosilanes/-germanes and Si/Ge nanostructures
   - Single-crystral X-ray crystallography

For more information see the research section.

Why restrict yourself...

...when you can have it all? Stereotyped thinking results in stereotyped research. We therefore refuse to define ourselves as either inorganic or organic chemists, but are trying to combine the best of both worlds.

Our group focuses on various areas of modern organometallic chemistry, tackling fundamental problems and also doing applied research in cooperation with industry. Current topics include:

   - Reaction mechanisms and reactive intermediates
   - Molecules with unusual bonding situations
   - Homogeneous catalysis with transition metals and Frustrated Lewis Pairs (FLPs)
   - Organic electronics and luminescent materials
   - Oligosilanes/-germanes and Si/Ge nanostructures
   - Single-crystral X-ray crystallography

For more information see the research section.

Why restrict yourself...

...when you can have it all? Stereotyped thinking results in stereotyped research. We therefore refuse to define ourselves as either inorganic or organic chemists, but are trying to combine the best of both worlds.

Our group focuses on various areas of modern organometallic chemistry, tackling fundamental problems and also doing applied research in cooperation with industry. Current topics include:

   - Reaction mechanisms and reactive intermediates
   - Molecules with unusual bonding situations
   - Homogeneous catalysis with transition metals and Frustrated Lewis Pairs (FLPs)
   - Organic electronics and luminescent materials
   - Oligosilanes/-germanes and Si/Ge nanostructures
   - Single-crystral X-ray crystallography

For more information see the research section.

Why restrict yourself...

...when you can have it all? Stereotyped thinking results in stereotyped research. We therefore refuse to define ourselves as either inorganic or organic chemists, but are trying to combine the best of both worlds.

Our group focuses on various areas of modern organometallic chemistry, tackling fundamental problems and also doing applied research in cooperation with industry. Current topics include:

   - Reaction mechanisms and reactive intermediates
   - Molecules with unusual bonding situations
   - Homogeneous catalysis with transition metals and Frustrated Lewis Pairs (FLPs)
   - Organic electronics and luminescent materials
   - Oligosilanes/-germanes and Si/Ge nanostructures
   - Single-crystral X-ray crystallography

For more information see the research section.



Publications

Fp publications

Publications

Most recent publications:

S. E. Prey, C. Herok, F. Fantuzzi, M. Bolte, H.-W. Lerner, B. Engels, M. Wagner
Chem. Sci. 2022, 13, doi: 10.1039/D2SC05518J.

J. Jovaišaitė, S. Kirschner, S. Raišys, G. Kreisza, P. Baronas, S. Juršėnas, M. Wagner
Angew. Chem. 2022, 134, doi: 10.1002/ange.202215071.
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2022, 61, doi: 10.1002/anie.202215071.

L. Menduti, C. Baldoli, S. Manetto, M. Bolte, H.-W. Lerner, G. Longhi, C. Villani, E. Licandro, M. Wagner
Angew. Chem. 2022, 134, doi: 10.1002/ange.202215468.
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2022, 61, doi: 10.1002/anie.202215468.

B. Köstler, F. Jungwirth, L. Achenbach, M. Sistani, M. Bolte, H.-W. Lerner, P. Albert, M. Wagner, S. Barth
Inorg. Chem. 2022, 61, 17248–17255.

J. Gilmer, M, Bolte, A. Virovets, H.-W. Lerner, F. Fantuzzi, M. Wagner
Chem. Eur J. 2022, 28, doi: 10.1002/chem.202203119.

T. Jin, M, Bolte, H.-W. Lerner, M. Wagner
Org. Chem. Front. 2022, 9, 5611–5616.

O. Ouadoudi, T. Kaehler, E. Cevik, M, Bolte, B. Stöger, A. Virovets, H.-W. Lerner, M. Wagner
Dalton Trans. 2022, 51, 13195–13198.

T. Jin, M, Bolte, H.-W. Lerner, J.-M. Mewes, M. Wagner
Chem. Eur. J. 2022, 28, doi: 10.1002/chem.202202234.

T. Jin, L. Kunze, S. Breimaier, M. Bolte, H.-W. Lerner, F. Jäkle, R. F. Winter, M. Braun, J.-M. Mewes, M. Wagner
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2022, 144, 13704–13716.

J. Dörr, A. F. Alahmadi, M. Henkelmann, M. Bolte, H.-W. Lerner, M. Wagner, F. Jäkle
Can. J. Chem. 2022, doi: 10.1139/cjc-2022-0109.

M. Henkelmann, A. Omlor, M. Bolte, V. Schünemann, H.-W. Lerner, J. Noga, P. Hrobárik, M. Wagner
Chem. Sci. 2022, 13, 1608–1617.
Part of the themed collection: 2021 Chemical Science HOT Article Collection

H. Budy, S. E. Prey, C. D. Buch, M. Bolte, H.-W. Lerner, M. Wagner
Chem. Commun. 2022, 58, 254–257.
Part of the themed collection: Boron Chemistry in the 21st Century: From Synthetic Curiosities to Functional Molecules

 

Teaching

Fp teaching

Teaching

Im WiSe 2021/2022 werden folgende Lehrveranstaltungen angeboten:

Vorlesung: Allgemeine und Anorganische Chemie (1. Semester Bachelorstudiengang)

Vorlesung: Koordinationschemie (5. Semester Bachelorstudiengang)

Praktikum: Präparative Anorganische Chemie (5. Semester Bachelorstudiengang)

Praktikum: Moderne Methoden der anorganischen Chemie (6. Semester Bachelorstudiengang)

X-ray crystallography

X-ray crystallography

For more information, please visit the website of the crystallographic section of the institute.