Dresden 2009 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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CPP: Fachverband Chemische Physik und Polymerphysik

CPP 16: POSTERS Polyelectrolytes and Biological Systems

Dienstag, 24. März 2009, 14:00–16:30, P3

14:00 CPP 16.1 Temperature dependence of positron annihilation in high permeability polymers: Teflons AF — •Klaus Rätzke, Jan Kruse, Franz Faupel, Yuri Yampolskii, Victor Shantarovich, and Günter Dlubek
14:00 CPP 16.2 Allocation of crystalline and amorphous minerals in calcified tissues: A confocal Raman study — •Sabine Hild, Helge Fabritius, Torsten Fischer, and Dierk Raabe
14:00 CPP 16.3 Fluorescence Lifetime Measurements of Molecular Crystals and Giant Unilamellar Vesicles — •Marek Blaszczynski and Lothar Kador
14:00 CPP 16.4 Controlling Protein Interfacial Affinities by Ionic and Non-Ionic CosolventsFlorian Evers, Juny Koo, Thomas Gutberlet, Roland Steitz, •Metin Tolan, and Claus Czeslik
14:00 CPP 16.5 Optical Bloch equations of light harvesting nanostructuresAlexander Carmele, •Marten Richter, Thomas Renger, and Andreas Knorr
14:00 CPP 16.6 X-Ray Reflection Study on Block Copolymer Langmuir Films — •Volker Schön and Patrick Huber
14:00 CPP 16.7 Photothermal imaging of gold particles in living cells — •Nils Neubauer, Carsten Stüber, Josef Käs, and Frank Cichos
14:00 CPP 16.8 Two-dimensional Lamellar Phase of Polye(styreneJens-Uwe Günther, •Heiko Ahrens, and Christiane A. Helm
14:00 CPP 16.9 Solvation structure of ice-binding antifreeze proteins — •Hendrik Hansen-Goos and John Wettlaufer
14:00 CPP 16.10 Assessing different mapping schemes for coarse grained simulations of peptide systems. — •Olga Bezkorovaynaya and Christine Peter
14:00 CPP 16.11 Silk - as seen by X-ray microdiffraction and small angle X-ray scattering with in situ tensile tests — •Igor Krasnov, Imke Diddens, Christina Krywka, Florian Kunze, and Martin Müller
14:00 CPP 16.12 The Nanostructure of the Tracheid Wood Cell Wall — •Malte Ogurreck, Pekka Saranpää, Manfred Burghammer, Sebastian Schoeder, Christina Krywka, Wiebke Knoll, and Martin Müller
14:00 CPP 16.13 Crystallization and melting of fibrous silk — •Andreas Wurm, Daniela Arbeiter, and Christoph Schick
14:00 CPP 16.14 CIDNP as a tool for determining the structure and magnetic resonance parameters of transient radicals of biomolecules — •Talea Köchling, Gerald Hörner, Sergey Korchak, Alexandra Yurkovskaya, and Hans-Martin Vieth
14:00 CPP 16.15 The influence of substrates on protein adsorption: adsorption kinetics studies and structural investigations. — •Hendrik Hähl, Hubert Mantz, and Karin Jacobs
14:00 CPP 16.16 Investigation of Hofmeister effects in the swelling behaviour of polyelectrolyte microgels — •Michael Zeiser, Yvonne Hertle, and Thomas Hellweg
14:00 CPP 16.17 Formation of necklace structures for intermediates of a Ca2+ induced shrinking of dilute anionic polyacrylate chains — •Prashant Sinha, Sebastian Lages, Anton Kiriy, Manfred Stamm, and Klaus Huber
14:00 CPP 16.18 Calculation of the helical interaction parameters and groove binding potentials for DNA like charged cylinders. — •Dominic Lee
14:00 CPP 16.19 Correlation between swelling and internal mobility of polyelectrolyte multilayers — •Samuel Dodoo and Regine von Klitzing
14:00 CPP 16.20 Structuring of Polyelectrolye Solutions Under Confinement of Solid-Solid and Air-Air Interfaces — •Cagri Üzüm, Jérome Delacotte, Dominique Langevin, and Regine v. Klitzing
14:00 CPP 16.21 Ultrafast dynamics in polyelectrolyte/ gold multilayer structures studied by femtosecond pump-probe spectroscopy — •Mareike Kiel, Marc Herzog, Dirk Kurth, Wolfram Leitenberger, Thorsten Sievers, Helmuth Möhwald, and Matias Bargheer
14:00 CPP 16.22 Silicon Rubber as Support for PEM Films: Rubber Surface Properties at Different Preparation Procedures — •Johannes Früh, Rumen Krastev, and Ralf Köhler
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