Our brand new triple detection SEC systems at our @KITKarlsruhe node were installed this week by PSS. DMAc and THF soluble polymers, we have your absolute molecular weights nailed thanks to our Cluster @Cluster3DMM2O and @dfg_public
Thanks Jordi @UABBarcelona for this great collaboration and Marc for your excellent work during your research stay @QUT pre-Covid in collaboration with Sandra and Florian @QUTSciEng! Well done! @QUTmaterials 👨🔬
Two consecutive photochemically-driven Diels-Alder reactions pave the way to stable radicals - find out how in our latest @angew_chem contribution https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/ange.202016632 Excellent work, Florian and Sarah! @QUTmaterials @QUT @WeilTanja @blinco_james @KITKarlsruhe
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