J. Hunger

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In nature, aqueous solutions often move collectively along solid surfaces (for example, raindrops falling on the ground and rivers flowing through riverbeds). However, the influence of such motion on water-surface interfacial chemistry is unclear. In this work, we combine surface-specific sum frequency generation spectroscopy and microfluidics to show that(More)
This text equips readers with the strategic concepts they will need to know as we face the future consequences such as climate change, global warming and energy availability. This revised version of the book has the latest and current discussion in the discipline of strategic management in a student friendly manner. The below features make this book.(More)
In this study we present the results of a first principles molecular dynamics simulation of a single 1-ethyl-3-methyl-imidazolium chloride [C(2)C(1)im][Cl] ion pair dissolved in 60 water molecules. We observe a preference of the in plane chloride coordination with respect to the cation ring plane as compared to the energetic slightly more demanding on top(More)
Because of strong hydrogen bonding in liquid water, intermolecular interactions between water molecules are highly delocalized. Previous two-dimensional infrared spectroscopy experiments have indicated that this delocalization smears out the structural heterogeneity of neat H2O. Here we report on a systematic investigation of the ultrafast vibrational(More)
Structure, frequency, conditions and specificity of epileptic personality change have been estimated in very different ways. Psychological tests and statistical checks have been rare. The Rorschach-test claims to have the only tradition. 140 chronic epileptic patients without dementia were all investigated by psychiatrists and psychological tests. A(More)
A total of 140 epileptic patients were examined using psychological tests in a combined psychiatric and psychological study to assess cognitive malfunctions. Compared with a control group, significantly lower levels of performance were shown in intelligence, concentration and psychomotoric speed, but not in memory. Surprisingly, there was no uniform(More)
Psychopathological abnormalities have at all times contributed to a uniform concept of epilepsy. However, frequency, conditions, structure and specificity of epileptic personality change have been regarded in very different ways. 140 chronic epileptic patients were all assessed by indirect anamnesis, by psychiatrists and by psychological tests. The findings(More)