Physikalisches Institut, AG Strassert
Heisenbergstraße 11 D-48149 Münster, Germany
Tel: +49 (0)251/5340-6840
Fax: +49 (0)251/5340-6958

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The labs of the research group are equipped with facilities for synthesis, purification and characterization of photoactive materials, including preparative chromatography (PuriFlash), Schlenk-lines, stirring plates, balances and RotaVaps. Our spectroscopy facilities include a stationary state and a time resolved spectrofluorimeter (Edinburgh Instruments), a cryostat for temperature-dependent luminescence measurements (Oxford Instruments), an integrating sphere (Hamamatsu) for absolute fluorescence quantum yield determination (77K to room temperature), a Cary 5000 and a Cary 100 (Varian) double beam spectrophotometers. A cooled Hamamatsu detector is available for stationary state and time resolved detection between 300 nm and 1600 nm. A new combined spectrofluorimeter PicoQuant FluoTime 300 (stationary state and time resolved, 50 ps – 100 ms, 300 nm- 1400 nm, with single photon counting and multi channel scaling facilities, picoseconds laser heads and a pulsed flash lamp) including a thermostatic sample holder, excitation and emission polarizers, has been recently acquired. We just bought a potentiostat and electrodes for electrochemical characterization in solution (VERSASTAT3-200 - Advanced DC Voltammetry System). The microscopy lab is equipped with a fluorescence microscope (Leica) and a MicroTime 200 (PicoQuant) spatiotemporally resolved confocal fluorescence microscope. Facilities for surface analysis (AFM, STM, SEM-FIB) are available in cooperation with research groups from CeNTech.

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Physikalisches Institut, AG Strassert
Heisenbergstraße 11
· D-48149 Münster, Germany
Tel: +49 (0)251/5340-6840 · Fax: +49 (0)251/5340-6958
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