The Berkel group works on the interface of solid state chemistry and materials science focusing on the synthesis, structure, and properties of inorganic compounds.

Birkel group members are experts in a large variety of preparation techniques ranging from room-temperature to high-temperature as well as classical to non-conventional methods. This allows them to develop synthesis strategies that can be targeted at a plethora of 3D and 2D inorganic materials.

They use state-of-the-art diffraction and microscopy techniques in order to understand and manipulate the structure and microstructure of the target materials. Their properties are investigated in the context of energy-relevant applications, such as magnets and catalysts.

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Oct 14, 2022
Jamboretz, John; Birkel, Christina, 2022, "Replication Data for: In situ Raman Spectroscopy of Microwave Synthesis of Inorganic Compounds",, ASU Library Research Data Repository, V2, UNF:6:ZIgINeG56JeEGPZucA8zmw== [fileUNF]
TiO2 anatase to rutile proof-of-concept study In situ Raman spectroscopic data for the observation of a phase change in TiO2 (titania) from anatase to rutile. These data sets are the results of a proof-of-concept study for a custom Raman instrument which was built for the purpose...
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