Prof. Dr. Christian Limberg

Research interests

Oxigenation chemistry, metal oxo complexes, heterobimetallic compounds

Research Fields in UniCat

Research Field D1
Research Field D2
Research Field D3

2007-2011: A3, A5

Selection of research projects

  • Modelling of reactive metaloxo surface species as well as organometal intermediates on oxo surfaces
  • Biomimetic O2 activation and oxidation
  • Novel dinuclear complexes for the (often oxidative) conversion of hydrocarbons
  • Matrix isolation studies
  • Fundamental problems in organometallic and coordination chemistry
Publications

Relevant News

Thursday, 27. September 2018

Alfred Stock Memorial Award for Prof. Christian Limberg

Professor Christian Limberg, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany, has received the Alfred Stock Memorial Award from the Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker which honors outstanding research in the field of inorganic chemistry. Christian Limberg is recognize


Monday, 07. November 2016

Reserach Highlight "Cyclohexane oxidative dehydrogenation over copper oxide catalysts"

Here, we report on structure-reactivity trends for cyclohexane oxidative dehydrogenation (ODH) with silica supported copper oxide catalysts as a function of surface structure. Copper oxide was supported on mesostructured KIT-6 silica at low surface densiti


Tuesday, 29. October 2013

Access to a CuII–O–CuII Motif: Spectroscopic Properties, Solution Structure, and Reactivity

In the latest Issue of JACS, the groups of Kallol Ray and Christian Limberg report a complex with a rare CuII–O–CuII structural motif that is stable at room temperature, which allows its in-depth characterization by a variety of spectroscopic met[more]


Monday, 12. July 2010

Unifying Concepts in Catalysis - Special Issue of ChemCatChem

Christian Limberg and Matthias Driess are guest editors[more]


Prof. Dr. Christian Limberg

Christian Limberg
Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
Molecular Inorganic Synthesis/ Oxygenation Chemistry
Brook-Taylor-Str. 2
Berlin , 12489
Tel:
+49 30 2093-7382


http://www.chemie.hu-berlin.de/aglimberg/
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