DTU Kemi

Organic and Inorganic Chemistry

The Section of Organic and Inorganic Chemistry comprises activities within: Catalysis and Sustainable Chemistry, Nanochemistry, Metalloprotein Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry.

Common themes are the synthesis and characterization of small to very large inorganic and organic molecules. The research areas are homogenous and heterogenous catalysis, gas separation and absorption, development of new materials, conversion of biomass, electrochemistry, bioelectrochemistry, graphene nanoparticles, coordination chemistry and biochemistry of metalloproteins, chemical biology, and NMR spectroscopy.


Research Groups:

DTU Chemistry - Chemical Biology

DTU Chemistry - Molecular Modelling

DTU Chemistry - NMR Spectroscopy

DTU Chemistry - Synthesis and Catalysis

DTU Chemistry - CSC

DTU Chemistry - Metalloprotein Chemistry

DTU Chemistry - NanoChemistry

DTU Kemi - Inorganic Materials

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Contact

Jens Øllgaard Duus
Professor
DTU Chemistry
+45 45 25 24 51
DTU Kemi - E-learning
Follow the video lectures The chemistry of metals in biological systems by Professor Jens Ulstrup

DTU CHEMISTRY LECTURE

Chemical Lecture - Feringa
DTU Chemistry Lecture
Dynamic Molecular Systems, from Switches to Motors
Ben L. Feringa