Prof. Dr. Andreas Görling



Organisation


Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Chemie



Project lead


(SPP 1807: Control of London dispersion interactions in molecular chemistry):
Dispersion Effects on Reactivity and Chemo-, Regio- and Stereoselectivity in Organocatalysed Domino Reactions: A Joint Experimental and Theoretical Study
Prof. Dr. Andreas Görling
(01/01/2015)

(FOR 1878: funCOS - Functional Molecular Structures on Complex Oxide Surfaces):
funCOS: Theory
Prof. Dr. Andreas Görling
(01/08/2013)

(SFB 953: Synthetic Carbon Allotropes):
SFB 953: Quantenchemische Untersuchungen zu Bildung, Struktur, Energie und elektronischen Eigenschaften von Carbinen, Fullerenen und Graphenen (C02)
Prof. Dr. Andreas Görling
(01/01/2012)


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Rösch, N., Görling, A., Knappe, P., & Lauber, J. (1990). On the alkali-induced vibrational frequency shift of CO chemisorbed on transition metal surfaces. Vacuum, 41, 150-152.
Rösch, N., Görling, A., Ellis, D., & Schmidbaur, H. (1989). Aurophilie als konzertierter Effekt: Relativistische MO-Berechnungen für Kohlenstoff-zentrierte Goldcluster. Angewandte Chemie, 101(10), 1410-1412. https://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ange.19891011025
Rösch, N., Sandl, P., Knappe, P., Görling, A., & Dunlap, B.I. (1989). On the splitting of the CO 1 π level in the chemisorption system CO/Ni(111): substrate or lateral interaction? Zeitschrift für Physik D Atoms, Molecules and Clusters, 12, 547-550. https://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF01427015
Rösch, N., Knappe, P., Sandl, P., Görling, A., & Dunlap, B.I. (1989). The Challenge of d and f Electrons. Washington: ACS.
Rösch, N., Sandl, P., Görling, A., & Knappe, P. (1988). Toward a chemisorption cluster model using the LCGTO-Xα method: Application to Ni(100)/Na. International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, 34(22), 275-285. https://dx.doi.org/10.1002/qua.560340832
Pyykkö, P., Görling, A., & Rösch, N. (1987). A transparent interpretation of the relativistic contribution to the N.M.R. ‘heavy atom chemical shift’. Molecular Physics, 61(1), 195-205. https://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00268978700101071

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