Dr. Dirk Hollmann

Sustainable Chemistry

Interdisziplinary Faculty Life, Light and Matter

University of Rostock

Germany

Email: dirk.hollmann[at]uni-rostock.de
Webpage: https://www.hollmann.chemie.uni-rostock.de/

Main current Research interests:

  • Sustainable Chemistry - Development of Environmentally Friendly Processes under the Principles of Green Chemistry
  • Biomass as raw material
  • Cellulose as a key building block for functional materials, e.g. biodegradable films
  • Applied photocatalysis - use of photocatalysis for current environmental problems
  • Photocatalytic membrane systems - development of the membrane, construction of a closed system
  • Application in developing countries


Selected publications:

 

  1. M. N. Nguyen, U. Kragl, I. Barke, R. Lange, H. Lund, M. Frank, A. Springer, V. Aladin, B. Corzilius, D. Hollmann*, "Coagulation using organic carbonates opens up a sustainable route towards regenerated cellulose films" Communications Chemistry 2020, 3, 116. doi.org/10.1038/s42004-020-00360-7
  2. M. N. Nguyen, U. Kragl, D. Michalik, R. Ludwig, D. Hollmann*, "The Effect of Additives on the Viscosity and Dissolution of Cellulose in Tetrabutylphosphonium Hydroxide" ChemSusChem 2019, 12, 3458-3462. doi.org/10.1002/cssc.201901316
  3. Anh Binh Ngo, Hong Lien Nguyen, Dirk Hollmann*, Catalysts 2018, 8, 606. “Criticial Assessment of the Photocatalytic Reduction of Cr(VI) over Au/TiO2
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