Nuclear Hyperpolarization of Molecular Systems and Nanomaterials

Research group no. 30

Nuclear Hyperpolarization of Molecular Systems and Nanomaterials

Group leader

Research topics

Based in the IPC Pas, the Ratajczyk group has extensive research interests in the areas of NMR spectroscopy development and applications, with our primary interest being in practical NMR utilization for chemistry and material sciences. NMR methodology involves development of hyperpolarization and NMR-light based techniques. NMR utilization involves comprehensive characterization of various functional materials and molecules and investigation of different molecular processes, in particular, hydrogen bonding and photoreactions.

Members

  • dr Kristina Kristinaityte
  • dr Adam Mames
  • dr Mariusz Pietrzak
  • dr Mateusz Urbańczyk

Publications

2021

T. Ratajczyk, G. Buntkowsky, T. Gutmann, B. Fedorczyk, A. Mames, M. Pietrzak, Z. Puzio, P. G. Szkudlarek,

Magnetic Resonance Signal Amplification by Reversible Exchange of Selective PyFALGEA Oligopeptide Ligands Towards Epidermal Growth Factor Receptors

ChemBioChem 2021, 22, 855, https://doi.org/10.1002/cbic.202000711

Pietrzak, M., Jopa, S., Mames, A., Urbańczyk, M., Woźny, M., & Ratajczyk, T.

Recent Progress in Liquid State Electrochemistry Coupled with NMR Spectroscopy.

ChemElectroChem, https://doi.org/10.1002/CELC.202100724