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In our group, everything is about the structure elucidation of small organic compounds. In the field of organic synthesis, monomers and polymers based on amino acids are prepared and mechanistic studies of reactive intermediates are performed. Combined spectroscopic methods enable the investigation of processes, where the chemistry directly happens in the NMR tube. Especially the development and application of modern NMR experiments allow us to gain a deeper insight into the three-dimensional structure of complex compounds.
Tilting or Twisting? Using Anisotropic Solvent Diffusion in Polymeric Thermo-Responsive LLC Phases for the Distinction of Spatial Reorientation versus Inversion of the Helical Polymer Backbone
Timo Imhof, Jonas Kind and Christina M. Thiele
Light-Controlled Lyotropic Liquid Crystallinity of Polyaspartates Exploited as Photo-Switchable Alignment Medium
M. Hirschmann, O. Soltwedel, P. Ritzert, R. von Klitzing, C. M. Thiele
Construction of an active humidity regulation setup for NMR/MRI-Observation and simulation of the controlled evaporation of sessile water droplets
J. Kind,* M. Stein, T. Gambaryan-Roisman, P. Stephan, T. L. Zankel, C. M. Thiele
Triplet States Reveal Slow Local Dynamics in the Solvation Shell of Biomolecules
P. Weigl, S. Weißheit, F. Pabst, H. Kolmar, C. M. Thiele, T. Walther, T. Blochowicz*
Thermoreversible Gelation of Homopolyglutamates PBPMLG, PBPELG, and PBPHLG: Another Step toward de Novo RDC-Based Structure Elucidation
D. S. Schirra, S. Jeziorowski, M. Lehmann, C. M. Thiele*
TITANIA: Model-Free Interpretation of Residual Dipolar Couplings in the Context of Organic Compounds
F. A. Roth, V. Schmidts, C. M. Thiele*