Research highlights and news

Magnetic Weyl Semimetal

Angle-resolved photoemission directly reveals two pairs of Weyl points connected by the Fermi arcs in the canted antiferromagnet YbMnBi2.

Nat. Commun. 10, 3424 (2019)

Molecular magnets

Strong magnetic interactions inLn2@C80(CH2Ph) with huge coercivity through a redox-active metal-metal bond

Nat. Commun. 10, 571

Ultrarelativistic Kane plasmon-polaritons

Access and control of nonequilibrium large-momentum plasmon-polaritons in Hg0.81Cd0.19Te thin films using light sources in the standard telecommunications fiber-optics window

Science Advances 5, eaau9956

New antiferromagnetic topological insulator

Manganese bismuth telluride heralds a new, post-doping era in the field of magnetic topological insulators

Nature 576, 416 (2019)

Research at IFF

At the Institute for Solid State Reasearch (German: Institut für Festkörperforschung , in short IFF) we host under one roof  the synthesis and crystal growth of novel quantum- and nano-materials,  a wide portfolio of experimental techniques that help us understand their physical properties, and the exploration of their potential for applications in fields from electronics to medicine. An important aspect of our work is the continuous improvement and development of experimental techniques.

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Research Topics at IFF

In quantum materials potential functionalities for technological applications emerge from their complex, quantum mechanical electronic properties. Such complex electronic properties may result from the interplay and unusual ordering phenomena of electronic spin, orbital and charge degrees of freedom and can be observed in the context of topologically protected spin or charge states or for particular geometries.

Material classes include certain families of transition-metal oxides, molecular solids and a range of intermetallic materials. What sets these systems apart is that their valence and conduction electrons typically retain to some extent their atomic character, resulting in a rich interplay of localized and delocalized electronic degrees of freedom. This renders these materials both practically and conceptually very different from simple metals and semiconductors with well-understood itinerant quasi-particles. Often the quantum mechanical interplay between the localized and delocalized electronic degrees of freedom leads to anomalous charge transport properties, for instance due to the presence of metal-insulator transitions, and exceptional types of ordering phenomena, such as unconventional forms of superconductivity and quantum magnetism. Functionalities that arise from this are for instance large magnetocaloric effects, high temperature superconductivity, magnetism with very strong anisotropy and colossal/giant magnetoresistance.      

The plethora of spectacular and surprising phenomena that can occur in quantum materials poses one of the greatest set of challenges for cutting-edge experimental and theoretical condensed matter physics. As a rule material-specific predictions for the occurrence of many of these phenomena are very difficult, even if some of the presently booming research topics in this field, for instance the investigation of magnetic skyrmions and new topological states of matter, have emerged from a strong theoretical research effort and remain being strongly pushed by it.

When the dimensions of materials are restricted to the nanometer length-scale, new electronic properties emerge. This is related to the fact that any macroscopic object, when scaled down to a nanometer-scale, starts exhibiting distinct quantum mechanical properties. However, at the nanoscale also entirely new physical properties may emerge, for instance at surfaces and interfaces of topological insulators (TIs) where the spin of surface electrons is locked to their momentum, a property that is interesting in the context of spintronics.

The technological ability to engineer and shape materials at the nanoscale opens up a very well-defined road to control the materials properties and functionality in a systematic manner. It requires the synthesis, modelling and structuring of nanosystems, which is pursued in the context of a broad span of nanoparticles, ranging from endohedral fullerenes, carbon-based buckytubes to intermetallic or oxide nanoparticles. This combined approach is also the basis for the design of interfaces and heterostructures of superconducting materials, magnetic systems and molecular solids. In these heterostructures charge transfer effects at or across interfaces are decisive for the properties and functionality. An advantage of such interfaces is that they can be modified and engineered to a much greater extent than bulk Quantum Materials.

Building on the traditional strength in the field of Quantum Materials, and in order to strengthen in particular this research area and its potential for device applications, in 2013 the Center for Transport and Devices of Emergent Materials (CTD) has been founded together with the TU Dresden.

Our research teams search for new materials with the outlined unusual electronic properties and study their fundamental physical properties using a broad range of experimental techniques. Customized high resolution methodology is developed according to the specific scientific questions and phenomena, and finally, based on the experimental results, the chemistry, the morphology and the intrinsic physical properties of the materials are optimized with respect to technical applications. Some of the methodological developments of our institute push the limits of current condensed matter research. Such set-ups as well as the special infrastructure for materials synthesis are made available to cooperation partners at universities (crystal growth laboratory), worldwide users (ARPES measurement stations at the Berlin Synchrotron BESSY), or to industry partners (laboratory for spectroelectrochemistry).

Based on our scientific expertise, our methodological experience, and based on our dedicated knowledge of specific materials classes, we also perform application-driven research in close cooperation with various industry partners. In many of these activities key challenges of the modern industrial and information society are addressed. For example, there are projects in cancer research based on our knowledge of molecular nanostructures.

Additionally, our specific methodology and expertise for spectroelectrochemistry, magnetic materials, and oxide nanomaterials is used in industry projects concerning energy and/or mobility. The activities on novel magnetic materials are also motivated by the urgent issues of resources and sustainability. Moreover, the industry-oriented research of our institute includes since many years the topic "Surface Acoustic Waves (SAW)" dealing with innovative micro-acoustic components and devices as well as the associated high-tech materials and technologies. The IFW-driven "SAWLab Saxony - Competence Center for Acoustoelectronic Phenomena, Technologies and Devices" aims to bundle our profound SAW knowledge with experience and demands of several small and medium-sized Saxon high-tech companies fostering the close cooperation of our institute with the regional industry.

Facilities at IFF

  • Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy (EELS)
  • Photoemission Spectroscopy (PES), low energy photons (laser, gas discharge sources) and x-rays, angle-integrated and resolved operation
  • Photoemission Electron Microscopy (PEEM)
  • Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM)
  • Optical Spectroscopy
  • 1-cubed-ARPES
  • NanoESCA -Lab-based ARPES
  • Bruker 4-circle x-ray diffractometer (KAPPA APEXII)
  • high-pressure x-ray diffraction setup
  • transmission EELS -TEM (JEM 2010f)
  • Floating zone furnaces with optical heating under pressure up to 150 bar
  • Bridgman-Stockbarger apparatus up to 1500°C
  • Bridgman-Stockbarger apparatus up to 1600°C
  • Hukin-type cold-crucible rf induction melting and casting device
  • Multianvil device for high pressure synthesis and crystal growth up to 6GPa pressure and up to 1500°C
  • Arc-melting devices with high vacuum conditions (~10-6mbar) and Ar gas inlet
  • Different tube and chamber furnaces up to 1800°C for synthesis and crystal growth
  • Thermoanalysis under well-defined atmospheres up to 2400°C
  • High-temperature optical microscope (temperature up to 1450°C)
  • Handling of quartz glass
  • Complete metallography and ceramography
  • Analytical scanning electron microscope EVOMA15 (Zeiss), with EDX & WDX
  • X-ray diffractometers: Guinier camera with image plate, Temperatures 10 K to 300 K (Huber), Laue diffraction camera, Single crystal diffractometer (Bruker KAPPA-APEX II, 30 K-1000 K)
  • Setup to measure nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) in ferromagnets (TECMAG spectrometer, 0T, 1.5- 300 K, 10-500 MHz)

Electrical Transport

  • 3He/4He dilution refrigerators, pumped 3He, and variable-temperature inserts
    combined with high-field magnets (16 Tesla) or vector magnets (3D: 6T-2T-2T; 2D: 12T-1T)  

Thermal Transport

  • Pumped 3He and variable-temperature inserts
    300 mK to 350 K, 17 Tesla
  • Laser Flash Apparatus LFA 457MicroFlash
    Thermal Diffusivity measurements covering 150 K to 1000 K

Scanning Probe Microscopy

  • Variable Temperature Scanning Tunneling Microscope (STM)
    Base temperature: 30 K, UHV
  • High-Resolution STM
    Base temperature: 300mK, UHV, 9 Tesla, equipped for spin-polarized STM
  • Dip-stick STM
    Base temperature: 4.2K, 16 Tesla, in-situ cleaving mechanism
  • Room temperature Omicron UHV SEM with integrated STM
  • Magnetic force microscope (MFM)
    Nanoscan hr-MFM (room temperature, high vacuum)

Electron spin resonance

  • Two tunable high-frequency high-magnetic field ESR spectrometers based on the Millimeterwave Vector Network Analyzers and millimeterwave backward oscillators
    • frequency range 10 GHz - 1 THz
    • magnetic fields up to 16 Tesla (up to 11 Tesla with an optical magneto-cryostat)
    • Temperature range 0.3 – 300 K
  • Bruker 10 GHz (X-band) ESR Spectrometer(3.5 K - 300K, filed up to 1 T)


  • Quantum Design SQUID Magnetometer (5 T, 1.5-400 K, Oven (up to 800 K), Rotator, Ultra-Low-field option, Hydrostatic Pressure Cell up to 5 GPa)
  • Vibrating Sample Magnetometer (17 T, 2.5-300 K)
  • Alternating Gradient Magnetometer  MicroMag™ Model 2900 (Princeton Measurement Corp., 4-300 K, 1.2 T, 1 nemu rms)
  • Quantum Design PPMS (9 T, 0.5-350 K; Specific heat, AC-susceptibility, Torque-Magnetometer, Electrical+heat transport, Dilatometer)
  • Quantum Design SQUID-VSM (7 T, 1.8-400 K)
  • Magnetostriction (18 T, 2-300K), Thermal Expansion (18 T, 2-300 K)
  • Hydrostatic Pressure Cell (up to 5 GPa)AC-Susceptibility (AC-Dipstick; 0 T)

In addition to the in-house techniques, in cooperation with our partners we apply the following techniques:

  • Pulsed Field Magnetometer up to 60 T (with J. Wosnitza, FZD Rossendorf)

Nuclear magnetic resonance


  • 3 Techmag 500 MHz Double Resonance Spektrometers
  • 1 Tecmag LapNMR 0.2 MHz - 125 MHz single Resonance NQR


  • 1 Oxford cryostat (1.5K - 500K)
  • 3 Janis cryostats (1.5K - 325K)


  • Four fullerene generators of local design
  • Full set of chromatographic (HPLC) equipment for separation of fullerene mixtures, including recycling HPLC


The Center of Spectroelectrochemistry in IFW has state-of-the-art equipment and expertise for in situ studies of the electrochemical electron transfer using IR, Raman, ESR, NMR, UV-vis-NIR and luminescence techniques. This list of spectroelectrochemical techniques available in the Center is quite unique, also on an international level.

Electrochemistry + spectroscopic method(s):

  • In situ ESR spectroelectrochemistry
  • In situ UV-vis-NIR spectroelectrochemistry
  • In situ ESR/UV-vis-NIR spectroelectrochemistry
  • In situ NMR spectroelectrochemistry
  • In situ Luminescence spectroelectrochemistry
  • In situ IR spectroelectrochemistry
  • In situ Raman spectroelectrochemistry

The Surface Dynamics Group possesses or has easy access to all equipment needed for the work on modern SAW systems . This includes a variety of unique and state-of-the-art tools and instruments for advanced simulation and extensive evaluation of thin films and bulk samples, as well as for the precise characterization of microacoustic devices under different ambient conditions:

  • Proprietary software tools for
    - Searching for acoustic modes in material systems of crystal acoustics (incl. thin films and fluids) and calculation of all relevant parameters
    - Extraction of material properties from BAW and SAW measurements
    - Calculation of COM parameters for SAW device simulation (surface impedance method)
    - SAW device simulation on base of different methods and models (surface impedance method, BAW based models)
    - FEM simulation of SAW systems
  • Ultra high frequency vibrometer for SAW & BAW wavefield measurements (Polytec UHF-120)
  • Dedicated clustertool CARMEN for thin film deposition on piezo- and pyroelectric substrates for magnetron sputtering, e-beam evaporation and pre-treatment including in-situ measurement techniques
  • High-precision ultrasonic pulse-echo measurement system (RiTec 5000)
  • Customized laseracoustic devices (LAwave systems) for high-precision material characterization (bulk, thin films, temperature dependence)
  • Setup for high precision measurement of bulk sample mass densitity (single crystals etc.)
  • Brillouin light scattering measurement system (JRS)
  • Diverse setups for SAW-based microfluidics
  • In-situ measurement techniques for damage analysis on loaded SAW devices
  • Customized lifetime (TTF) measuring setups for SAW devices
  • Various ovens for thermal treatment and measurement up to 1200°C under different atmospheric conditions (vacuum, inert gas, forming gas)
  • Gas flow cryostats equipped for dielectric and ultrasonic measurements in the temperature range 4.2 K - 350 K
  • Diverse RF measurement devices up to 8.5 GHz (network analyzers, impedance/gain phase analyzers, digitizing oscilloscopes etc)
  • Equipment for measurement of electrical and mechanical thin film and bulk parameters (resistivity, polarization, pyroelectricity, hardness, thickness)

IFF Publications (2020-2019)


2020 - S. Selter, G. Bastien, A.U.B. Wolter-Giraud, S. Aswartham, B. Büchner
Magnetic anisotropy and low-field magnetic phase diagram of the quasi-two-dimensional ferromagnet Cr2Ge2Te6
Physical Review B | Band: 101 | Heft: 1 | S. 014440/1-10 | URL

2020 - J. Ma, Y. Fu, E. Dmitrieva, F. Liu, H. Komber, F. Hennersdorf, A.A. Popov, J. Weigand, J. Liu, X. Feng
Helical Nanographenes Containing an Azulene Unit: Synthesis, Crystal Structures, and Properties
Angewandte Chemie - Internationale Edition | Band: 59 | S. 1-7 | URL

2020 - M. Hantusch, R. Kuhrt, M. Knupfer
Photoelectron Spectroscopy on Polycyclic Hydrocarbon–F6TCNNQ Interfaces
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C | Band: 124 | Heft: 5 | S. 2961−2967 | URL

2020 - D.S. Krylov, S. Schimmel, V. Dubrovin, F. Liu, T.T.N. Nguyen, L. Spree, C. Chen, G. Velkos, C. Bulbucan, R. Westerström, M. Studniarek, J. Dreiser, C. Heß, B. Büchner, S. Avdoshenko, A.A. Popov
Substrate-Independent Magnetic Bistability in Monolayers of the Single-Molecule Magnet Dy2ScN@C80 on Metals and Insulators
Angewandte Chemie - International Edition | Band: 59 | S. 2-11 | URL

2020 - J. Melidonie, E. Dmitrieva, K. Zhang, Y. Fu, A.A. Popov, W. Pisula, R. Berger, J. Liu, X. Feng
Dipyrene-Fused Dicyclopenta[a,f]naphthalenes
The Journal of Organic Chemistry | Band: 85 | Heft: 1 | S. 215-223 | URL

2020 - M. Kiani, N. Du, M. Vogel, J. Raff, U. Hübner, I. Skorupa, D. Bürger, S. Schulz, O.G. Schmidt, D. Blaschke, H. Schmidt
Disturbing-Free Determination of Yeast Concentration in DI Water and in Glucose Using Impedance Biochips
Biosensors : open access journal | Band: 10 | Heft: 1 | S. 7/1-17 | URL

2019 - A. Charnukha, A. Sternbach, H. Stinson, R. Schlereth, C. Brüne, L. Molenkamp, D. Basov
Ultrafast nonlocal collective dynamics of Kane plasmon-polaritons in a narrow-gap semiconductor
Science Advances | Band: 5 | Heft: 8 | S. 9956/1-7 | URL

2019 - S. Vegesna, D. Bürger, R. Patra, J. Dellith, B. Abendroth, I. Skorupa, O. Schmidt, H. Schmidt
Tunable large field magnetoconductance of ZnO, ZnMnO, and ZnCoO thin films
Journal of Applied Physics | Band: 125 | Heft: 21 | S. 215305/1-14 | URL

2019 - D. Souchay, M. Nentwig, D. Günther, S. Keilholz, J. de Boor, A. Zeugner, A. Isaeva, M. Ruck, A.U.B. Wolter, B. Büchner, O. Oeckler
Layered manganese bismuth tellurides with GeBi4Te7- and GeBi6Te10-type structures: towards multifunctional materials
Journal of Materials Chemistry C | Band: 7 | Heft: 32 | S. 9939-9953 | URL

2019 - Z. Morávková, E. Dmitrieva
The First Products of Aniline Oxidation - SERS Spectroelectrochemistry
ChemistrySelect | Band: 4 | Heft: 30 | S. 8847 –8854 | URL

2019 - W. Yang, G. Velkos, F. Liu, S.M. Sudarkova, Y. Wang, J. Zhuang, H. Zhang, X. Li, X. Zhang, B. Büchner, S.M. Avdoshenko, A.A. Popov, N. Chen
Single Molecule Magnetism with Strong Magnetic Anisotropy and Enhanced Dy∙∙∙Dy Coupling in Three Isomers of Dy‐Oxide Clusterfullerene Dy2O@C82
Advanced Science | Band: 6 | Heft: 20 | S. 1901352/1-18 | URL

2019 - J. Ma, K. Zhang, K.S. Schellhammer, Y. Fu, H. Komber, C. Xu, A.A. Popov, F. Hennersdorf, J.J. Weigand, S. Zhou, W. Pisula, F. Ortmann, R. Berger, J. Liu, X. Feng
Wavy-shaped Polycyclic Hydrocarbons with Controlled Aromaticity
Chemical Science | Band: 10 | Heft: 14 | S. 4025-4031 | URL

2019 - R. Zaripov, S. Avdoshenko, I. Khairuzhdinov, K. Salikhov, V. Voronkova, S. Weheabby, T. Rüffer, A.A. Popov, B. Büchner, V. Kataev
Effect of the Diamagnetic Single-Crystalline Host on the Angular-Resolved Electron Nuclear Double Resonance Experiments: Case of Paramagnetic [nBu4N]2[Cu(opba)] Embedded in Diamagnetic [nBu4N]2[Ni(opba)]
Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters | Band: 10 | S. 6565-6571 | URL

2019 - O. Kataeva, K. Ivshin, K. Metlushka, S. Latypov, K. Nikitina, D. Zakharychev, A. Laskin, V. Alfonsov, O. Sinyashin, E. Mgeladze, A. Jäger, Y. Krupskaya, B. Büchner, M. Knupfer
Charge-Transfer Complexes of Linear Acenes with a New Acceptor Perfluoroanthraquinone. The Interplay of Charge-Transfer and F···F Interactions
Crystal Growth and Design | Band: 19 | Heft: 9 | S. 5123-5131 | URL

2019 - M. Richter, S. Hahn, E. Dmitrieva, F. Rominger, A. Popov, U.H.F. Bunz, X. Feng, R. Berger
Helical Ullazine-Quinoxaline-Based Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Chemistry - A European Journal | Band: 25 | Heft: 5 | S. 1345-1352 | URL

2019 - N. Puwenberg, C.F. Reiche, R. Streubel, M. Khan, D. Mukherjee, I.V. Soldatov, M. Melzer, O.G. Schmidt, B. Büchner, T. Mühl
Magnetization reversal and local switching fields of ferromagnetic Co/Pd microtubes with radial magnetization
Physical Review B | Band: 99 | Heft: 9 | S. 094438/1-8 | URL

2019 - C. Cordoba, X. Zeng, D. Wolf, A. Lubk, E. Barrigón, M. Borgström, K. Kavanagh
Three-Dimensional Imaging of Beam-Induced Biasing of InP/GaInP Tunnel Diodes
Nano Letters | Band: 19 | Heft: 6 | S. 3490-3497 | URL

2019 - L. Wang, S. Sauerland, F. Scaravaggi, R. Kappenberger, S. Aswartham, S. Wurmehl, A.U.B. Wolter-Giraud, B. Büchner, R. Klingeler
Nematicity and structure in LaFe1-xCoxAsO
Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials | Band: 482 | S. 50-53 | URL

2019 - M. Roslova, J. Hunger, G. Bastien, D. Pohl, M. Haghighi, A.U.B. Wolter-Giraud, A. Isaeva, U. Schwarz, B. Rellinghaus, K. Nielsch, B. Büchner, T. Doert
Detuning the Honeycomb of the α-RuCl3 Kitaev Lattice: A Case of Cr3+ Dopant
Inorganic Chemistry | Band: 58 | Heft: 10 | S. 6659-6668 | URL

2019 - G. Cirillo, O. Vittorio, D. Kunhardt, E. Valli, F. Voli, A. Farfalla, M. Curcio, U.G. Spizzirri, S. Hampel
Combining Carbon Nanotubes and Chitosan for the Vectorization of Methotrexate to Lung Cancer Cells
Materials | Band: 12 | Heft: 18 | S. 2889/1-14 | URL

2019 - L. Lerra, A. Farfalla, B. Sanz, G. Cirillo, O. Vittorio, F. Voli, M. Le Grand, M. Curcio, F. Nicoletta, A. Dubrovska, S. Hampel, F. Iemma, G. Goya
Graphene Oxide Functional Nanohybrids with Magnetic Nanoparticles for Improved Vectorization of Doxorubicin to Neuroblastoma Cells
Pharmaceutics | Band: 11 | Heft: 1 | S. 3/1-17 | URL

2019 - Y. Fu, K. Zhang, E. Dmitrieva, F. Liu, J. Ma, J.J. Weigand, A.A. Popov, R. Berger, W. Pisula, J. Liu, X. Feng
NBN-embedded Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons Containing Pentagonal and Heptagonal Rings
Organic Letters | Band: 21 | S. 1354-1358 | URL

2019 - P. Telang, A. Malyuk, D. Rout, R. Hu, M. Skoulatos, K. Karmakar, S. Seiro, B. Roessli, U. Stuhr, B. Büchner, S.-W. Cheong, S. Singh
Laser-diode-heated floating-zone crystal growth of ErVO3
Journal of Crystal Growth | Band: 507 | S. 406-412 | URL

2019 - A. Pukenas, P. Chekhonin, M. Meißner, E. Hieckmann, S. Aswartham, J. Freudenberger, J. Engelmann, R. Hühne, S. Wurmehl, B. Büchner, W. Skrotzki
Direct study of structuralphase transformation in single crystalline bulk and thin film BaFe2As2
Micron | Band: 119 | S. 1-7 | URL

2019 - G. Bastien, M. Roslova, M.H. Haghighi, K. Mehlawat, J. Hunger, A. Isaeva, T. Doert, M. Vojta, B. Büchner, A.U.B. Wolter
Spin-glass state and reversed magnetic anisotropy induced by Cr doping in the Kitaev magnet α−RuCl3
Physical Review B | Band: 99 | Heft: 21 | S. 214410/1-11 | URL

2019 - J. Zeisner, O. Pilone, L. Soriano, G. Gerbaud, H. Vezin, O. Jeannin, M. Fourmigué, B. Büchner, V. Kataev, S. Bertaina
Coherent spin dynamics of solitons in the organic spin chain compounds (ο-DMTTF)2X (X=Cl,Br)
Physical Review B | Band: 100 | Heft: 22 | S. 224414/1-14 | URL

2019 - M. Grönke, D. Pohflepp, P. Schmidt, M. Valldor, S. Oswald, D. Wolf, Q. Hao, U. Steiner, B. Büchner, S. Hampel
Simulation and synthesis of α-MoCl3 nanosheets on substrates by short time chemical vapor transport
Nano-Structures & Nano-Objects | Band: 19 | S. 100324/ | URL

2019 - E. Ibrahim, M. Mohamed, H. Ali, V. Khavrus, S. Hampel, M. Wakkad
Optical and transport properties of few quintuple-layers of Bi2-xSbxSe3 nanoflakes synthesized by hydrothermal method
Journal of Alloys and Compounds | Band: 804 | S. 272-280 | URL

2019 - A. Polyakov, K. Mohseni, G.R. Castro, J. Rubio-Zuazo, A. Zeugner, A. Isaeva, Y.-J. Chen, C. Tusche, H.L. Meyerheim
A bismuth triiodide monosheet on Bi2Se3(0001)
Scientific Reports | Band: 9 | S. 4052/1-9 | URL

2019 - S. Thirupathaiah, D. Efremov, Y. Kushnirenko, E. Haubold, T. Kim, B. Pienning, I. Morozov, S. Aswartham, B. Büchner, S. Borisenko
Absence of Dirac fermions in layered BaZnBi2
Physical Review Materials | Band: 3 | Heft: 2 | S. 024202/1-8 | URL

2019 - J.M. Ok, S.-H. Baek, D.V. Efremov, R. Kappenberger, S. Aswartham, J.S. Kim, J. van den Brink, B. Büchner
Nematicity and magnetism in LaFeAsO single crystals probed by 75As nuclear magnetic resonance
Physical Review B | Band: 97 | Heft: 18 | S. 180405/1-5 | URL

2019 - S. Borisenko, D. Evtushinsky, Q. Gibson, A. Yaresko, K. Koepernik, T. Kim, M. Ali, J. van den Brink, M. Hoesch, A. Fedorov, E. Haubold, Y. Kushnirenko, I. Soldatov, R. Schäfer, R. Cava
Time-reversal symmetry breaking type-II Weyl state in YbMnBi2
Nature Communications | Band: 10 | S. 3424/1-10 | URL

2019 - B. Singh, D. Kumar, K. Manna, A.K. Bera, G. Aslan Cansever, A. Maljuk, S. Wurmehl, B. Büchner, P. Kumar
Correlated paramagnetism and interplay of magnetic and phononic degrees of freedom in 3d-5d coupled La2CuIrO6
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter | Band: 31 | Heft: 48 | S. 485803/1-9 | URL

2019 - J. Zeisner, S.A. Bräuninger, L. Opherden, R. Sarkar, D.I. Gorbunov, J.W. Krizan, T. Herrmannsdörfer, R.J. Cava, J. Wosnitza, B. Büchner, H.-H. Klauss, V. Kataev
Magnetic interactions and spin dynamics in the bond-disordered pyrochlore fluoride NaCaCo2F7
Physical Review B | Band: 99 | Heft: 15 | S. 155104/1-8 | URL

2019 - T. Galle, M. Kazes, R. Hübner, J. Lox, M. Samadi Khoshkhoo, L. Sonntag, R. Tietze, V. Sayevich, D. Oron, A. Koitzsch, V. Lesnyak, A. Eychmüller
Colloidal Mercury-Doped CdSe Nanoplatelets with Dual Fluorescence
Chemistry of Materials | Band: 31 | Heft: 14 | S. 5065-5074 | URL

2019 - F. Hammerath, R. Bali, R. Hübner, M.R.D. Brandt, S. Rodan, K. Potzger, R. Böttger, Y. Sakuraba, S. Wurmehl
Structure-property relationship of Co2MnSi thin films in response to He+-irradiation
Scientific Reports | Band: 9 | S. 2766/1-9 | URL

2019 - G. Velkos, D.S. Krylov, K. Kirkpatrick, L. Spree, V. Dubrovin, B. Büchner, S. Avdoshenko, V. Bezmelnitsyn, S. Davis, P. Faust, J. Duchamp, H.C. Dorn, A.A. Popov
High blocking temperature of magnetization and giant coercivity in the azafullerene Tb2@C79N with a single-electron Tb-Tb bond
Angewandte Chemie - International Edition | Band: 58 | Heft: 18 | S. 5891-5896 | URL

2019 - F. Waßer, J. Park, S. Aswartham, S. Wurmehl, Y. Sidis, P. Steffens, K. Schmalzl, B. Büchner, M. Braden
Strong spin resonance mode associated with suppression of soft magnetic ordering in hole-doped Ba1-xNaxFe2As2
npj Quantum Materials | Band: 4 | S. 59/1-8 | URL

2019 - F. Liu, L. Spree, D. Krylov, G. Velkos, S. Avdoshenko, A.A. Popov
Single-Electron Lanthanide-Lanthanide Bonds Inside Fullerenes toward Robust Redox-Active Molecular Magnets
Accounts of Chemical Research | Band: 52 | Heft: 10 | S. 2981-2993 | URL

2019 - J. Ma, Y. Fu, E. Dmitrieva, F. Liu, H. Komber, F. Hennersdorf, A. Popov, J. Weigand, J. Liu, X. Feng
Helical Nanographenes Containing an Azulene Unit: Synthesis, Crystal Structures, and Properties
Angewandte Chemie - Internationale Edition | URL

2019 - K.P. Castro, E.V. Bukovsky, I.V. Kuvychko, N.J. DeWeerd, Y.-S. Chen, S.H.M. Deng, X.-B. Wang, A.A. Popov, S.H. Strauss, O.V. Boltalina
PAH/PAH(CF 3 ) n Donor/Acceptor Charge‐Transfer Complexes in Solution and in Solid‐State Co‐Crystals
Chemistry - A European Journal | Band: 25 | Heft: 59 | S. 13547-13565 | URL

2019 - P. Potapov, A. Lubk
Optimal principal component analysis of STEM XEDS spectrum images
Advanced Structural and Chemical Imaging | Band: 5 | Heft: 1 | S. 4/1-21 | URL

2019 - Y. Naidyuk, D. Bashlakov, O. Kvitnitskaya, S. Aswartham, I. Morozov, I. Chernyavskii, G. Shipunov, G. Fuchs, S. Drechsler, R. Hühne, K. Nielsch, B. Büchner, D. Efremov
Yanson point-contact spectroscopy of Weyl semimetal WTe2
2D Materials | Band: 6 | Heft: 4 | S. 045012/1-7 | URL

2019 - R. Vidal, H. Bentmann, T. Peixoto, A. Zeugner, S. Moser, C. Min, S. Schatz, K. Kißner, M. Ünzelmann, C. Fornari, H. Vasili, M. Valvidares, K. Sakamoto, D. Mondal, J. Fujii, I. Vobornik, S. Jung, C. Cacho, T. Kim, R. Koch, C. Jozwiak, A. Bostwick, J. Denlinger, E. Rotenberg, J. Buck, M. Hoesch, F. Diekmann, S. Rohlf, M. Kalläne, K. Rossnagel, M. Otrokov, E. Chulkov, M. Ruck, A. Isaeva, F. Reinert
Surface states and Rashba-type spin polarization in antiferromagnetic MnBi2Te4(0001)
Physical Review B | Band: 100 | Heft: 12 | S. 121104(R)/1-6 | URL

2019 - L. Sonntag, V. Shamraienko, X. Fan, M. Samadi Khoshkhoo, D. Kneppe, A. Koitzsch, T. Gemming, K. Hiekel, K. Leo, V. Lesnyak, A. Eychmüller
Colloidal PbS nanoplatelets synthesized via cation exchange for electronic applications
Nanoscale | Band: 11 | Heft: 41 | S. 19370-19379 | URL

2019 - M. Moroni, G. Prando, S. Aswartham, I. Morozov, Z. Bukowski, B. Büchner, H. Grafe, P. Carretta
Charge and nematic orders in AFe2As2(A=Rb,Cs) superconductors
Physical Review B | Band: 99 | Heft: 23 | S. 235147/1-7 | URL

2019 - S. Ener, M. Fries, F. Hammerath, I. Opahle, E. Simon, P. Fritsch, S. Wurmehl, H. Zhang, O. Gutfleisch
Magnetic and magnetocaloric properties of the Co2-xMnxB system by experiment and density functional theory
Acta Materialia | Band: 165 | S. 270-77 | URL

2019 - J. Zeisner, A. Alfonsov, S. Selter, S. Aswartham, M. Ghimire, M. Richter, J. van den Brink, B. Büchner, V. Kataev
Magnetic anisotropy and spin-polarized two-dimensional electron gas in the van der Waals ferromagnet Cr2Ge2Te6
Physical Review B | Band: 99 | Heft: 16 | S. 165109/1-14 | URL

2019 - E. Dmitrieva, I. Chepurnaya, M. Karushev, A. Timonov
The Nature of Charge Carriers in Polymeric Complexes of Nickel with Schiff Bases Containing Electron-Withdrawing Substituents
Russian Journal of Electrochemistry | Band: 55 | Heft: 11 | S. 1039–1046 | URL

2019 - J. Krieg, R. Giraud, H. Funke, J. Dufouleur, W. Escoffier, C. Trautmann, M.E. Toimil-Molares
Magnetotransport measurements on Bi2Te3 nanowires electrodeposited in etched ion-track membranes
Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids | Band: 128 | S. 360-366 | URL

2019 - K. Lenz, R. Narkowicz, K. Wagner, C. Reiche, J. Körner, T. Schneider, A. Kákay, H. Schultheiss, U. Weissker, D. Wolf, D. Suter, B. Büchner, J. Fassbender, T. Mühl, J. Lindner
Magnetization Dynamics of an Individual Single‐Crystalline Fe‐Filled Carbon Nanotube
Small | Band: 2019 | S. 1904315/1-9 | URL

2019 - V. Falkowski, A. Zeugner, A. Isaeva, K. Wurst, M. Ruck, H. Huppertz
Synthesis and Characterization of the Manganese Hydroxide Halides Mn(OH)X (X = Br, I) and Crystal Structure of trans-MnBr2·4H2O
Journal of Inorganic and General Chemistry - Zeitschrift für anorganische und allgemeine Chemie ZAAC | Band: 645 | Heft: 14 | S. 919-926 | URL

2019 - R. Patra, R. Mattheis, H. Stöcker, M. Monecke, G. Salvan, R. Schäfer, O.G. Schmidt, H. Schmidt
Magnetooptical response of permalloy multilayer structures on different substrate in the IR-VIS-UV spectral range
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics | URL

2019 - M. Kiani, N. Du, M. Vogel, J. Raff, U. Hübner, I. Skorupa, D. Bürger, S. Schulz, O.G. Schmidt, H. Schmidt
P-N Junction-Based Si Biochips with Ring Electrodes for Novel Biosensing Applications
Biosensors : open access journal | Band: 9 | Heft: 4 | S. 120 | URL

2019 - P. Materne, W. Bi, J. Zhao, M. Hu, M. Amigo, S. Seiro, S. Aswartham, B. Büchner, E. Alp
Bandwidth controlled insulator-metal transition in BaFe2S3: A Mössbauer study under pressure
Physical Review B | Band: 99 | Heft: 2 | S. 020505/1-4 | URL

2019 - O. Kataeva, K. Metlushka, K. Ivshin, K. Nikitina, V. Alfonsov, A. Vandyukov, M. Khrizanforov, Y. Budnikova, O. Sinyashin, Y. Krupskaya, V. Kataev, B. Büchner, M. Knupfer
An unusual donor–acceptor system MnIIPc-TCNQ/F4-TCNQ and the properties of the mixed single crystals of metal phthalocyanines with organic acceptor molecules
Dalton Transactions | Band: 48 | Heft: 46 | S. 17252-17257 | URL

2019 - B. Singh, G. Aslan-Cansever, T. Dey, A. Malyuk, S. Wurmehl, B. Büchner, P. Kumar
Orbiton-phonon coupling in Ir5+(5d4) double perovskite Ba2YIrO6
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter | Band: 31 | Heft: 6 | S. 065603/1-9 | URL

2019 - L. Heinze, G. Bastien, B. Ryll, J. Hoffmann, M. Reehuis, B. Ouladdiaf, F. Bert, E. Kermarrec, P. Mendels, S. Nishimoto, S. Drechsler, U.K. Rößler, H. Rosner, B. Büchner, A. Studer, K. Rule, S. Süllow, A. Wolter-Giraud
Magnetic phase diagram of the frustrated spin chain compound linarite PbCuSO4(OH)2 as seen by neutron diffraction and H1-NMR
Physical Review B | Band: 99 | Heft: 9 | S. 094436/1-14 | URL

2019 - T. Greber, A.P. Seitsonen, A. Hemmi, J. Dreiser, R. Stania, F. Matsui, M. Muntwiler, A.A. Popov, R. Westerström
Circular dichroism and angular deviation in x-ray absorption spectra of Dy2ScN@C80 single molecule magnets on h-BN/Rh(111)
Physical Review Materials | Band: 3 | Heft: 1 | S. 014409/1-5 | URL

2019 - V. Dubrovin, A.A. Popov, S. Avdoshenko
Magnetism in Ln molecular systems with 4f/valence-shell interplay (FV-magnetism)
Chemical Communications | Band: 55 | Heft: 93 | S. 13963-13966 | URL

2019 - G. Cirillo, C. Peitzsch, O. Vittorio, M. Curcio, A. Farfalla, F. Voli, A. Dubrovska, F. Iemma, M. Kavallaris, S. Hampel
When polymers meet carbon nanostructures: expanding horizons in cancer therapy
Future Medicinal Chemistry | Band: 11 | Heft: 16 | S. 2205–2231 | URL

2019 - A Edström, A. Lubk, J. Rusz
Quantum mechanical treatment of atomic-resolution differential phase contrast imaging of magnetic materials
Physical Review B | Band: 99 | Heft: 17 | S. 174428/1-9 | URL

2019 - A. Kamashev, N. Garif’yanov, A. Validov, J. Schumann, V. Kataev, B. Büchner, Y. Fominov, I. Garifullin
Superconducting switching due to a triplet component in the Pb/Cu/Ni/Cu/Co2Cr1−xFexAly spin-valve structure
Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology | Band: 10 | S. 1458–1463 | URL

2019 - S. Nakamura, A. Maljuk, Y. Maruyama, M. Nagao, S. Watauchi, T. Hayashi, Y. Anzai, Y. Furukawa, C.D. Ling, G. Deng, M. Avdeev, B. Büchner, I. Tanaka
Growth of LiCoO2 Single Crystals by the TSFZ Method
Crystal Growth and Design | Band: 19 | Heft: 1 | S. 415-420 | URL

2019 - S.N. Intorp, S. Kushida, E. Dmitrieva, A.A. Popov, F. Rominger, J. Freudenberg, F. Hinkel, U.H.F. Bunz
True Blue Through Oxidation - A Thiaazulenic Heterophenoquinone as Electrochrome
Chemistry - A European Journal | Band: 25 | Heft: 21 | S. 5412-5415 | URL

2019 - M. Güttler, A. Generalov, S.I. Fujimori, K. Kummer, A. Chikina, S. Seiro, S. Danzenbächer, Y.M. Koroteev, E.V. Chulkov, M. Radovic, M. Shi, N.C. Plumb, C. Laubschat, J.W. Allen, C. Krellner, C. Geibel, D.V. Vyalikh
Divalent EuRh2Si2 as a reference for the Luttinger theorem and antiferromagnetism in trivalent heavy-fermion YbRh2Si2
Nature Communications | Band: 10 | S. 796/1-7 | URL

2019 - F. Liu, G. Velkos, D.S. Krylov, L. Spree, M. Zalibera, R. Ray, N.A. Samoylova, C.H. Chen, M. Rosenkranz, S. Schiemenz, F. Ziegs, K. Nenkov, A. Kostanyan, T. Greber, A. Wolter-Giraud, M. Richter, B. Büchner, S. Avdoshenko, A. Popov
Air-stable redox-active nanomagnets with lanthanide spins radical-bridged by a metal-metal bond
Nature Communications | Band: 10 | S. 571/1-11 | URL

2019 - J. Fink, J. Nayak, E.D.L. Rienks, J. Bannies, S. Wurmehl, S. Aswartham, I. Morozov, R. Kappenberger, M.A. ElGhazali, L. Craco, H. Rosner, C. Felser, B. Büchner
Evidence of hot and cold spots on the Fermi surface of LiFeAs
Physical Review B | Band: 99 | Heft: 24 | S. 245156/1-7 | URL

2019 - T. Menshchikova, I. Rusinov, P. Golub, I. Sklyadneva, R. Heid, A. Isaeva, V. Kuznetsov, E. Chulkov
Two- and one-dimensional quantum spin Hall states in stanene-functionalized GaTe and InTe matrices
Journal of Materials Chemistry C | Band: 7 | Heft: 26 | S. 7929-7937 | URL

2019 - A. Koitzsch, A. Pawlik, C. Habenicht, T. Klaproth, R. Schuster, B. Büchner, M. Knupfer
Nonlocal dielectric function and nested dark excitons in MoS2
npj 2D Materials and Applications | Band: 3 | S. 41/1-9 | URL

2019 - D. Wolf, N. Biziere, S. Sturm, D. Reyes, T. Wade, T. Niermann, J. Krehl, B. Warot-Fonrose, B. Büchner, E. Snoeck, C. Gatel, A. Lubk
Holographic vector field electron tomography of three-dimensional nanomagnets
Communications Physics | Band: 2 | S. 87/1-9 | URL

2019 - C. Wuttke, F. Caglieris, S. Sykora, F. Scaravaggi, A.U.B. Wolter, K. Manna, V. Süss, C. Shekhar, C. Felser, B. Büchner, C. Heß
Berry curvature unravelled by the anomalous Nernst effect in Mn3Ge
Physical Review B | Band: 100 | Heft: 8 | S. 085111/1-10 | URL

2019 - M. Iakovleva, O. Janson, H.-J. Grafe, A. Dioguardi, H. Maeter, N. Yeche, H. Klauss, G. Pascua, H. Luetkens, A. Möller, B. Büchner, V. Kataev, E. Vavilova
Ground state and low-temperature magnetism of the quasi-two-dimensional honeycomb compound InCu2/3V1/3O3
Physical Review B | Band: 100 | Heft: 14 | S. 144442/1-14 | URL

2019 - M. Grönke, U. Arrozi, N. Bronkalla, P. Schmidt, B. Valldor, S. Oswald, T. Woodcock, V. Eckert, Q. Hao, L. Plüschke, A. Lederer, K. Nielsch, B. Büchner, S. Kaskel, S. Hampel
Layered α-TiCl3: Microsheets on YSZ Substrates for Ethylene Polymerization with Enhanced Activity
Chemistry of Materials | Band: 31 | Heft: 14 | S. 5303-5313 | URL

2019 - H. Requardt, A. Braun, P. Steinberg, S. Hampel, T. Hansen
Surface defects reduce Carbon Nanotube toxicity in vitro
Toxicology in Vitro | Band: 60 | S. 12-18 | URL

2019 - R. Shekurov, V. Khrizanforova, L. Gilmanova, M. Khrizanforov, V. Miluykov, O. Kataeva, Z. Yamaleeva, T. Burganov, T. Gerasimova, A. Khamatgalimov, S. Katsyuba, V. Kovalenko, Y. Krupskaya, V. Kataev, B. Büchner, V. Bon, I. Senkovska, S. Kaskel, A. Gubaidullin, O. Sinyashin, Y. Budnikova
Zn and Co redox active coordination polymers asefficient electrocatalysts
Dalton Transactions | Band: 48 | Heft: 11 | S. 3601-3609 | URL

2019 - A. Fedorov, A. Yaresko, E. Haubold, Y. Kushnirenko, T. Kim, B. Büchner, S. Aswartham, S. Wurmehl, S. Borisenko
Energy scale of nematic ordering in the parent iron-based superconductor BaFe2As2
Physical Review B | Band: 100 | Heft: 2 | S. 024517/1-7 | URL

2019 - S. Seiro, Y. Prots, K. Kummer, H. Rosner, R. Cardoso Gil, C. Geibel
Charge, lattice and magnetism across the valence crossover in EuIr2Si2 single crystals
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter | Band: 31 | Heft: 30 | S. 305602/1-7 | URL

2019 - N.J. DeWeerd, E.V. Bukovsky, K.P. Castro, I.V. Kuvychko, A.A. Popov, S.H. Strauss, O.V. Boltalina
Steric and electronic effects of CF3 conformations in acene(CF3)n derivatives
Journal of Fluorine Chemistry | Band: 221 | S. 1-7 | URL

2019 - M. Otrokov, I. Klimovskikh, H. Bentmann, D. Estyunin, A. Zeugner, Z. Aliev, S. Gaß, A.U.B. Wolter-Giraud, A. Koroleva, A. Shikin, M. Blanco-Rey, M. Hoffmann, I. Rusinov, A. Vyazovskaya, S. Eremeev, Y. Koroteev, V. Kuznetsov, F. Freyse, J. Sánchez-Barriga, I. Amiraslanov, M. Babanly, N. Mamedov, N. Abdullayev, V. Zverev, A. Alfonsov, V. Kataev, B. Büchner, E. Schwier, S. Kumar, A. Kimura, L. Petaccia, G. Di Santo, R. Vidal, S. Schatz, K. Kißner, M. Ünzelmann, C. Min, S. Moser, T. Peixoto, F. Reinert, A. Ernst, P. Echenique, A. Isaeva, E. Chulkov
Prediction and observation of an antiferromagnetic topological insulator
Nature | Band: 576 | S. 416–422 | URL

2019 - S. Ehrling, I. Senkovska, V. Bon, J.D. Evans, P. Petkov, Y. Krupskaya, V. Kataev, T. Wulf, A. Krylov, A. Vtyurin, S. Krylova, S. Adichtchev, E. Slyusareva, M.S. Weiss, B. Büchner, T. Heine, S. Kaskel
Crystal size versus paddle wheel deformability: selective gated adsorption transitions of the switchable metal–organic frameworks DUT-8(Co) and DUT-8(Ni)
Journal of Materials Chemistry A | Band: 7 | Heft: 37 | S. 21459-21475 | URL

2019 - M. Mayer, P. Potapov, D. Pohl, A. Steiner, J. Schultz, B. Rellinghaus, A. Lubk, T. König, A. Fery
Direct Observation of Plasmon Band Formation and Delocalization in Quasi-Infinite Nanoparticle Chains
Nano Letters | Band: 19 | Heft: 6 | S. 3854-3862 | URL

2019 - A. Zeugner, F. Nietschke, A.U.B. Wolter-Giraud, S. Gaß, R. Vidal, T. Peixoto, D. Pohl, C. Damm, A. Lubk, R. Hentrich, S. Moser, C. Fornari, C. Min, S. Schatz, K. Kißner, M. Ünzelmann, M. Kaiser, F. Scaravaggi, B. Rellinghaus, K. Nielsch, C. Hemker-Heß, B. Büchner, F. Reinert, H. Bentmann, O. Oeckler, T. Doert, M. Ruck, A. Isaeva
Chemical Aspects of the Candidate Antiferromagnetic Topological Insulator MnBi2Te4
Chemistry of Materials | Band: 31 | Heft: 8 | S. 2795-2806 | URL

2019 - P. Ho, H. Komber, K. Horatz, T. Tsuda, S. Mannsfeld, E. Dmitrieva, O. Blacque, U. Kraft, H. Sirringhaus, F. Lissel
Synthesis and Characterization of a Semiconducting and Solution-processable Ruthenium-based Polymetallayne
Polymer Chemistry | URL

2019 - N. Kovbasa, L. Graf, M. Knupfer
Evolution of the charge carrier plasmon in the one-dimensional metal TTF-TCNQ as a function of temperature and momentum
Materials Research Express | Band: 6 | Heft: 10 | S. 106319/1-7 | URL

2019 - C. Hess
Heat transport of cuprate-based low-dimensional quantum magnets with strong exchange coupling
Physics Reports - Review Section of Physics Letters | Band: 811 | S. 1-38 | URL

2019 - R. Yadav, M.S. Eldeeb, R. Ray, S. Aswartham, M. Sturza, S. Nishimoto, J. van den Brink, L. Hozoi
Engineering Kitaev exchange in stacked iridate layers: impact of inter-layer species on in-plane magnetism
Chemical Science | Band: 10 | Heft: 6 | S. 1866-1872 | URL

2019 - M. Richter, Y. Fu, E. Dmitrieva, J.J. Weigand, A. Popov, R. Berger, J. Liu, X. Feng
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons Containing A Pyrrolopyridazine Core
ChemPlusChem | Band: 84 | Heft: 6 | S. 613-618 | URL

2019 - M. Grönke, B. Buschbeck, P. Schmidt, M. Valldor, S. Oswald, Q. Hao, A. Lubk, D. Wolf, U. Steiner, B. Büchner, S. Hampel
Chromium Trihalides CrX3 (X = Cl, Br, I): Direct Deposition of Micro- and Nanosheets on Substrates by Chemical Vapor Transport
Advanced Materials Interfaces | S. 1901410/1-11 | URL

2019 - S. Schulz, I. Nechaev, M. Güttler, G. Poelchen, A. Generalov, S. Danzenbächer, A. Chikina, S. Seiro, K. Kliemt, A. Vyazovskaya, T. Kim, P. Dudin, E. Chulkov, C. Laubschat, E. Krasovskii, C. Geibel, C. Krellner, K. Kummer, D. Vyalikh
Emerging 2D-ferromagnetism and strong spin-orbit coupling at the surface of valence-fluctuating EuIr2Si2
npj Quantum Materials | Band: 4 | S. 26/1-8 | URL

2019 - Z. Sun, P.K. Nag, S. Sykora, J. Guevara, S. Hoffmann, C. Salazar, T. Hänke, R. Kappenberger, S. Wurmehl, B. Büchner, C. Heß
Spectroscopic evidence of nematic fluctuations in LiFeAs
Physical Review B | Band: 100 | Heft: 2 | S. 024506/1-16 | URL

2019 - E. Dmitrieva, M. Rosenkranz, Y. Alesanco, A. Viñuales
Spectroelectrochemical study of alkyl-aryl asymmetric viologens in poly(vinyl alcohol) (PVA) – borax electrolyte
Electrochimica Acta | Band: 323 | S. 134792 | URL

2019 - M. Watson, P. Dudin, L. Rhodes, D. Evtushinsky, H. Iwasawa, S. Aswartham, S. Wurmehl, B. Büchner, M. Hoesch, T. Kim
Probing the reconstructed Fermi surface of antiferromagnetic BaFe2As2 in one domain
npj Quantum Materials | Band: 4 | S. 36/1-9 | URL

2019 - C. Schlesier, F. Liu, V. Dubrovin, L. Spree, B. Büchner, S. Avdoshenko, A. Popov
Mixed dysprosium-lanthanide nitride clusterfullerenes DyM2N@C80-Ih and Dy2MN@C80-Ih (M = Gd, Er, Tm, and Lu): synthesis, molecular structure, and quantum motion of the endohedral nitrogen atom
Nanoscale | Band: 11 | Heft: 27 | S. 13139-13153 | URL

2019 - J. Guevara Parra, Z. Sun, E. Pärschke, S. Sykora, K. Manna, J. Schoop, A. Malyuk, S. Wurmehl, J. van den Brink, B. Büchner, C. Heß
Spin-polaron ladder spectrum of the spin-orbit-induced Mott insulator Sr2IrO4 probed by scanning tunneling spectroscopy
Physical Review B | Band: 99 | Heft: 12 | S. 121114/1-5 | URL

2019 - L. Spree, A.A. Popov
Recent advances in single molecule magnetism of dysprosium-metallofullerenes
Dalton Transactions | Band: 48 | Heft: 9 | S. 2861-2871 | URL

2019 - R. Hentrich, M. Roslova, A. Isaeva, T. Doert, W. Brenig, B. Büchner, C. Hess
Large thermal Hall effect in α-RuCl3: Evidence for heat transport by Kitaev-Heisenberg paramagnons
Physical Review B | Band: 99 | Heft: 8 | S. 085136/1-6 | URL

2019 - D. Waas, F. Rückerl, M. Knupfer
Charge Transfer at the Interface Between MnPc and F6TCNNQ
Physica Status Solidi B | Band: 256 | S. 1800245/1-5 | URL

2019 - V. Dubrovin, L.-H. Gan, B. Büchner, A.A. Popov, S. Avdoshenko
Endohedral metal-nitride cluster ordering in metallofullerene–NiII(OEP) complexes and crystals: a theoretical study
Physical Chemistry, Chemical Physics | Band: 21 | Heft: 16 | S. 8197-8200 | URL

2019 - E. Haubold, A. Fedorov, F. Pielnhofer, I. Rusinov, T. Menshchikova, V. Duppel, D. Friedrich, R. Weihrich, A. Pfitzner, A. Zeugner, A. Isaeva, T. Setti, Y. Kushnirenko, E. Rienks, T. Kim, E. Chulkov, B. Büchner, S. Borisenko
Possible experimental realization of a basic Z2 topological semimetal in GaGeTe
APL Materials | Band: 7 | Heft: 12 | S. 121106/1-7 | URL

2019 - A. Kamashev, N. Garif'yanov, A. Validov, J. Schumann, V. Kataev, B. Büchner, Y. Fominov, I. Garifullin
Superconducting spin-valve effect in heterostructures with ferromagnetic Heusler alloy layers
Physical Review B | Band: 100 | Heft: 13 | S. 134511/1-11 | URL

2019 - T. Galle, M. Samadi Khoshkhoo, B. Martin-Garcia, C. Meerbach, V. Sayevich, A. Koitzsch, V. Lesnyak, A. Eychmüller
Colloidal PbSe Nanoplatelets of Varied Thickness with Tunable Optical Properties
Chemistry of Materials | Band: 31 | Heft: 10 | S. 3803-3811 | URL

2019 - R. Vidal, A. Zeugner, J. Facio, R. Ray, M.H. Haghighi, A. Wolter-Giraud, L.T. Corredor Bohorquez, F. Caglieris, S. Moser, T. Figgemeier, T. Peixoto, H. Vasili, M. Valvidares, S. Jung, C. Cacho, A. Alfonsov, K. Mehlawat, V. Kataev, C. Heß, M. Richter, B. Büchner, J. van den Brink, M. Ruck, F. Reinert, H. Bentmann, A. Isaeva
Topological Electronic Structure and Intrinsic Magnetization in MnBi4Te7: A Bi2Te3 Derivative with a Periodic Mn Sublattice
Physical Review X | Band: 9 | Heft: 4 | S. 041065/1-13 | URL

2019 - H. Zhong, K. Ly, M. Wang, Y. Krupskaya, X. Han, Jichao Zhang, Jian Zhang, V. Kataev, B. Büchner, I. Weidinger, S. Kaskel, P. Liu, M. Chen, R. Dong, X. Feng
A Phthalocyanine-Based Layered Two-Dimensional Conjugated Metal-Organic Framework as a Highly Efficient Electrocatalyst for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction
Angewandte Chemie - Internationale Edition | Band: 58 | Heft: 31 | S. 10677 – 10682 | URL

2019 - S. Sturm, M. Siglreitmeier, D. Wolf, K. Vogel, M. Gratz, D. Faivre, A. Lubk, B. Büchner, E. Sturm (née Rosseeva), H. Cölfen
Magnetic Nanoparticle Chains in Gelatin Ferrogels: Bioinspiration from Magnetotactic Bacteria
Advanced Functional Materials | S. 1905996/1-8 | URL