Institut für Analytische Chemie

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 Focus of our work:

  • Comprehensive gas chromatography (GCxGC) and ultra high resolution mass spectrometry (FT-ICR-MS) for the analysis of energy resources and their conversion products
  • Characterisation of molecular compounds, ceramics, glasses, polymers and their conversion products (native, fossile, synthetic) by NMR spectroscopy
  • Characterisation of implant surfaces and their degradation behaviour in biological matrices by solid state spectroscopy (µXRF, SEM, TEM, LA-ICP-MS) and determination of the formed degradation/corrosion products (ICP-MS, IR, Raman, XRD, …)
  • Multielement analysis of coals, secondary combustibles and other samples by electrothermal vaporization (ETV) coupled to atomic emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES)
  • Speciation analysis by ETV-ICP OES and HPLC-ICP-OES
  • Development and synthesis of case-specific reference materials for solid state spectroscopy
  •  Characterization of historical objects with the aim to obtain information about composition, manufacturing process, ageing, restoration work, authenticity, and more using nondestructive or almost nondestructive analytical techniques (e.g. µXRF, REM, LA-ICP-MS)
  • Management and service of the central NMR division at the TU Bergakademie including solvent and solid state NMR

Teaching responsibilities of our institute:

  • Analytical Chemistry - Basics
  • Instrumental Analytical Chemistry
  • Coupling Methods in Analytical Chemistry
  • Methods for the Determination of Structures and Properties of Substances
  • Bio-, Environmental- and Materials Analysis
  • Acquisition of Information in Natural Sciences
  • Chemometry
  • Modern Aspects of Analytical Chemistry

News

Mitarbeiter der Elektrotechnik im und am E-Auto in heller Halle
TU Bergakademie Freiberg expects over 600 scientists from 20 countries, with a keynote lecture on resource supply and national security policy … weiterlesen

(f.l.) Dipl.-Ing. Reinhard Lohmeier, Dipl.-Kfm. Jürgen Eschment et al.
Researchers at TU Bergakademie Freiberg have developed a new process for extracting phosphate from secondary resources. The resources in question could be phosphorous industrial waste, ashes from bone meal or meat-and-bone meal, and perspectively also the ashes of sewage sludge. … weiterlesen

The "Colloquium Analytical Atomic Spectroscopy – CANAS" started 22nd March at the Freiberg Institute for Analytical Chemistry. The prestigious forum at the TU Bergakademie will deal with the analysis of trace elements until the 25 March. … weiterlesen

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