Research at the Division of Physical Chemistry deals with surface and colloid science with strong links between experiment and theory. This area is approached with a broad perspective ranging from basic considerations of intermolecular interaction and their manifestations in condensed systems to practical consequences in industry and medicine.
On Thursday February 26, 2015, it was announced that the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA) has elected eleven new members, among these Professor Peter Schurtenberger of[...]
An article by scientists at the Division of Physical Chemistry is the ACS Editors' Choice in the Journal of Physical[...]
Professor Yeshayahu Talmon whom has been a regular visitor at the division of Physical Chemistry for a number of[...]
Existing consensus of successful models are challenged and presented in Nature.com article.[...]
Quantitative Silicon NMR Study of the Stability of Cubic Polysilsesquioxane. Monday 30 March at 10:30 in the Physical Chemistry Coffee Room.
Shape Matters: Modelling Colloidal Ellipsoids. Monday 20 April at 14:15 in Kemicentrum, Lecture hall F.