Wolfgang Schnick
Wolfgang Schnick
Professor, University of Munich (LMU)
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Narrow-band red-emitting Sr[LiAl3N4]:Eu2+ as a next-generation LED-phosphor material
P Pust, V Weiler, C Hecht, A Tücks, AS Wochnik, AK Henß, D Wiechert, ...
Nature materials 13 (9), 891-896, 2014
Melem (2,5,8-Triamino-tri-s-triazine), an Important Intermediate during Condensation of Melamine Rings to Graphitic Carbon Nitride:  Synthesis, Structure …
B Jürgens, E Irran, J Senker, P Kroll, H Müller, W Schnick
Journal of the American Chemical Society 125 (34), 10288-10300, 2003
A revolution in lighting
P Pust, PJ Schmidt, W Schnick
Nature materials 14 (5), 454-458, 2015
Unmasking melon by a complementary approach employing electron diffraction, solid‐state NMR spectroscopy, and theoretical calculations—structural characterization of a carbon …
BV Lotsch, M Döblinger, J Sehnert, L Seyfarth, J Senker, O Oeckler, ...
Chemistry–A European Journal 13 (17), 4969-4980, 2007
Functional carbon nitride materials—design strategies for electrochemical devices
FK Kessler, Y Zheng, D Schwarz, C Merschjann, W Schnick, X Wang, ...
Nature Reviews Materials 2 (6), 1-17, 2017
Highly efficient all‐nitride phosphor‐converted white light emitting diode
R Mueller‐Mach, G Mueller, MR Krames, HA Höppe, F Stadler, W Schnick, ...
physica status solidi (a) 202 (9), 1727-1732, 2005
Color Point Tuning for (Sr,Ca,Ba)Si2O2N2:Eu2+ for White Light LEDs
V Bachmann, C Ronda, O Oeckler, W Schnick, A Meijerink
Chemistry of materials 21 (2), 316-325, 2009
Luminescence in Eu2+-doped Ba2Si5N8: fluorescence, thermoluminescence, and upconversion
HA Höppe, H Lutz, P Morys, W Schnick, A Seilmeier
Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids 61 (12), 2001-2006, 2000
Triazine-based carbon nitrides for visible-light-driven hydrogen evolution
K Schwinghammer, B Tuffy, MB Mesch, E Wirnhier, C Martineau, ...
Angew. Chem., Int. Ed 52 (9), 2435-2439, 2013
Nitridosilicates and oxonitridosilicates: from ceramic materials to structural and functional diversity
M Zeuner, S Pagano, W Schnick
Ceramics Science and Technology, 373-413, 2013
Poly(triazine imide) with Intercalation of Lithium and Chloride Ions [(C3N3)2(NHxLi1−x)3⋅LiCl]: A Crystalline 2D Carbon Nitride Network
E Wirnhier, M Döblinger, D Gunzelmann, J Senker, BV Lotsch, W Schnick
Chemistry–A European Journal 17 (11), 3213-3221, 2011
Nitrido‐silicate. II [1]. Hochtemperatur‐Synthesen und Kristallstrukturen von Sr2Si5N8 und Ba2Si5N8
T Schlieper, W Milius, W Schnick
Zeitschrift für anorganische und allgemeine Chemie 621 (8), 1380-1384, 1995
New light on an old story: formation of melam during thermal condensation of melamine
BV Lotsch, W Schnick
Chemistry–A European Journal 13 (17), 4956-4968, 2007
Toward new phosphors for application in illumination-grade white pc-LEDs: the nitridomagnesosilicates Ca [Mg3SiN4]: Ce3+, Sr [Mg3SiN4]: Eu2+, and Eu [Mg3SiN4]
S Schmiechen, H Schneider, P Wagatha, C Hecht, PJ Schmidt, W Schnick
Chemistry of Materials 26 (8), 2712-2719, 2014
Solid‐state chemistry with nonmetal nitrides
W Schnick
Angewandte Chemie International Edition in English 32 (6), 806-818, 1993
From triazines to heptazines: novel nonmetal tricyanomelaminates as precursors for graphitic carbon nitride materials
BV Lotsch, W Schnick
Chemistry of materials 18 (7), 1891-1900, 2006
SrAlSi4N7:Eu2+ − A Nitridoalumosilicate Phosphor for Warm White Light (pc)LEDs with Edge-Sharing Tetrahedra
C Hecht, F Stadler, PJ Schmidt, JS auf der Günne, V Baumann, ...
Chemistry of materials 21 (8), 1595-1601, 2009
Ca[LiAl3N4]:Eu2+A Narrow-Band Red-Emitting Nitridolithoaluminate
P Pust, AS Wochnik, E Baumann, PJ Schmidt, D Wiechert, C Scheu, ...
Chemistry of Materials 26 (11), 3544-3549, 2014
Nitridosilicates‐a significant extension of silicate chemistry
W Schnick, H Huppertz
Chemistry–A European Journal 3 (5), 679-683, 1997
Syntheses, crystal structures, and vibrational spectroscopic properties of MgCN2, SrCN2, and BaCN2
U Berger, W Schnick
Journal of alloys and compounds 206 (2), 179-184, 1994
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