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Catalysis Society Honors Researcher

Feb. 24, 2021
German group recognizes work on non-invasive methods for catalyst analysis
Ulrich Hintermair
The German Catalysis Society, Frankfurt, has awarded its 2021 Jochen Block Prize to Ulrich Hintermair of the University of Bath, U.K., for his work developing new methods to understand the functioning and behavior of molecular catalysts.

The prize was established to honor young researchers for original and impactful developments in catalysis.

Hintermair developed a system that combines flow reactor setups with various analytical techniques to study the mechanisms of molecular catalysis non-invasively in real time using high-resolution nuclear-magnetic-resonance spectroscopy.

In line with receiving the prize, he is scheduled to deliver a lecture on March 19 during the Annual Meeting of German Catalysis Society.

More details can be found here.

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