2018 (15)

75.) M. Pendola, G. Jain, Y.-C. Huang, D. Gebauer, J. S. Evans*, submitted.

74.) J. Avaro*, C. Ruiz-Agudo, E. Landwehr, K. Hauser, D. Gebauer, submitted.

73.) C. Ruiz-Agudo, J. Lutz, P. Keckeis, A. Marx, D. Gebauer*, submitted.

72.) S. T. Sun, D. Gebauer*, H. Cölfen*, submitted.

71.) C. Ruiz-Agudo*, P. Alvarez-Lloret, F. Di Lorenzo, D. Gebauer, C. V. Putnis, submitted.

70.) G. M. Durak, M. Laumann, S. L. P. Wolf, D. Gebauer*, T. Böttcher*, submitted.

69.) D. Gebauer*, P. Raiteri, J. D. Gale, H. Cölfen, submitted.

68.) B. Q. Lu*, D. M. Chevrier, P. Zhang, D. Gebauer*, submitted.

67.) A. Rao, T. Roncal-Herrero, E. Schmid, M. Drechsler, M. Scheffner, D. Gebauer, R. Kröger, H. Cölfen*, submitted.

66.) A. Rao, M. Drechsler, S. Schiller, M. Scheffner, D. Gebauer, H. Cölfen*, Stabilization of Mineral Precursors by Intrinsically Disordered Proteins, Advanced Functional Materials (2018); DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201802063

65.) Y.-C. Huang, M. B. Gindele, J. Knaus, A. Rao*, D. Gebauer*, On Mechanisms for Mesocrystal Formation: Magnesium Ions and Water Environments Regulate Crystallization of Amorphous Minerals, CrystEngComm 20, 4395 (2018).

64.) D. Gebauer*, Editorial for Special Issue “Nucleation of Minerals: Precursors, Intermediates and Their Use in Materials Chemistry”, Minerals 8, 239 (2018).

63.) D. Gebauer*, How Can Additives Control the Early Stages of Mineralisation? Minerals 8, 179 (2018).

62.) G. Jain, M. Pendola, Y.-C. Huang, D. Gebauer, E. Koutsoumpeli, S. Johnson, J. S. Evans*, Selective synergism created by interactive nacre framework-associated proteins possessing EGF and vWA motifs: Implications for mollusk shell formation, Biochemistry 57, 2657 (2018).

61.) D. Gebauer*, K. Jansson, M. Oliveberg, N. Hedin*, Indications that Amorphous Calcium Carbonates Occur in Pathological Mineralisation—A Urinary Stone from a Guinea Pig, Minerals 8, 84 (2018).

2017 (12)

60.) A. Rao*, D. Gebauer*, H. Cölfen*, Modulating Nucleation by Kosmotropes and Chaotropes: Testing the Waters, Crystals 7, 0302 (2017).

59.) J. Scheck, D. Gebauer*, Understanding the Phase Separation Mechanism: Iron(III) (Oxyhydr)oxide Systems for the Target-Oriented Design of Materials, G.I.T. Laboratory Journal 21, 31 (2017).

58.) A. Soltani, D. Gebauer, L. Duschek, B. M. Fischer,  H. Cölfen*, M. Koch*, Crystallization caught in the act with terahertz spectroscopy: non-classical pathway for L-(+)-tartaric acid, Chemistry - A European Journal 23, 14128 (2017).

57.) G. Jain, M. Pendola, Y.-C. Huang, D. Gebauer, J. Juan-Colás, S. Johnson, J. S. Evans*, Functional prioritization and hydrogel regulation phenomena created by a combinatorial pearl-associated 2-protein biomineralization model system, Biochemistry 56, 3607 (2017).

56.) Y. Jiang, M. Kellermeier, D. Gebauer, Z. H. Lu, R. Rosenberg, A. Moise, M. Przybylski, H. Cölfen*, Growth of Organic Crystals via Attachment and Transformation of Nanoscopic Precursors, Nature Communications 8, 15933 (2017).

55.) A. Neira-Carrillo*, M. Soledad Fernández, G. Poblete Hevia, José L. Arias, D. Gebauer, H. Cölfen, Retrosynthesis of CaCO3 via amorphous precursor particles using gastroliths of the Red Claw lobster (Cherax quadricarinatus), Journal of Structural Biology 199, 46 (2017).

54.) G. Jain, M. Pendola, Y.-C. Huang, D. Gebauer, J. S. Evans*, A model sea urchin spicule matrix protein, rSpSM50, is a hydrogelator that modifies and organizes the mineralization process, Biochemistry 56, 2663 (2017).

53.) S. T. Sun, D. Gebauer*, H. Cölfen*, Alignment of Amorphous Iron Oxide Clusters: A Non-Classical Mechanism for Magnetite Formation, Angewandte Chemie International Edition 56, 4042 (2017);
Ausrichtung amorpher Eisenoxid-Cluster: ein nichtklassischer Mechanismus für die Magnetitbildung, Angewandte Chemie 129, 4100 (2017).

52.) M. Farhadi Khouzani, C. Schütz, G. M. Durak, J. Fornell, J. Sort, G. Salazar-Alvarez, L. Bergström, D. Gebauer*, A CaCO3/nanocellulose-based bioinspired nacre-like material, Journal of Materials Chemistry A 5, 16128 (2017).

51.) F. Sebastiani, S. L. P. Wolf, B. Born, T. Q. Luong, H. Cölfen, D. Gebauer*, M. Havenith*, Water Dynamics from THz Spectroscopy Reveal the Locus of a Liquid–Liquid Binodal Limit in Aqueous CaCO3 Solutions, Angewandte Chemie International Edition 56, 490 (2017);
THz-Spektroskopie erlaubt Rückschlüsse auf die Wasserdynamik und die Lage einer flüssig-flüssig-binodalen Grenze in wässrigen CaCO3-Lösungen, Angewandte Chemie 129, 504 (2017).

50.) A. E. S. Van Driessche, M. Kellermeier, L. G. Benning, D. Gebauer (Eds.), New Perspectives on Mineral Nucleation and Growth — From Solution Precursors to Solid Materials, Springer, New York (2017); ISBN 978-3-319-45667-6 (Print); 978-3-319-45669-0 (Online)

49.) S. T. Sun, D. Gebauer, H. Cölfen*, A general strategy for colloidal stable ultrasmall amorphous mineral clusters in organic solvents, Chemical Science 8, 1400 (2017).


2016 (10)

48.) C. J. Steenbjerg Ibsen, D. Gebauer, H. Birkedal*, Osteopontin Stabilizes Metastable States Prior to Nucleation during Apatite Formation, Chemistry of Materials 28, 8550 (2016).

47.) M. Pendola, G. Jain, Y.-C. Huang, D. Gebauer, J. S. Evans*, A nacre protein forms mesoscale hydrogels that “hijack” the biomineralization process within a seawater environment, CrystEngComm 18, 7675 (2016).

46.) J. Scheck, M. Drechsler, X. Ma, M. T. Stöckl, J. Konsek, J. B. Schwaderer, S. M. Stadler, J. J. De Yoreo, D. Gebauer*, Polyaspartic acid facilitates oxolation within iron(III) oxide pre-nucleation clusters and drives the formation of organic-inorganic composites, Journal of Chemical Physics 145, 211917 (2016).

45.) M. Kellermeier, P. Raiteri, J. K. Berg, A. Kempter, J. D. Gale, D. Gebauer*, Entropy drives calcium carbonate ion association, ChemPhysChem 17, 3535 (2016).

44.) J. Scheck, B. H. Wu, M. Drechsler,  R. Rosenberg, A. E. S. Van Driessche, T. M. Stawski, D. Gebauer*, The molecular mechanism of iron(III) oxide nucleation, The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 7, 3123 (2016).
Highlighted in the JPCL Spotlights, the feature is available here.

43.) S. T. Sun, D. M. Chevrier, P. Zhang, D. Gebauer*, H. Cölfen*, Distinct short-range order is inherent to amorphous calcium carbonate clusters smaller than 2 nm, Angewandte Chemie International Edition 55, 12206 (2016);
Ausgeprägte Nahordnung in kleinen amorphen Calciumcarbonat-Clustern (<2 nm), Angewandte Chemie 128, 12393 (2016).

42.) S. T. Sun, D. Gebauer, H. Cölfen*, A solvothermal method for synthesizing monolayer protected amorphous calcium carbonate clusters, ChemComm 52, 7036 (2016).

41.) M. Farhadi Khouzani, D. M. Chevrier, P. Zhang, N. Hedin, D. Gebauer*, Water as the key to proto-aragonite amorphous CaCO3, Angewandte Chemie International Edition 55, 8117 (2016);
Wasser als Schlüssel zu amorphem Proto-Aragonit-CaCO3, Angewandte Chemie 128, 8249 (2016). 

40.) L.-B. Mao, L. Xue, D. Gebauer, L. Liu, X.-F. Yu, Y.-Y. Liu, H. Cölfen, S.-H. Yu*, Anisotropic nanowire growth via a self-confined amorphous template process: A reconsideration on the role of amorphous calcium carbonate, Nano Research 9, 1334 (2016).

39.) A. Rao, P. Vásquez-Quitral, M. S. Fernández, J. K. Berg, M. Sánchez, M. Drechsler, A. Neira-Carrillo*, J. L. Arias, D. Gebauer, H. Cölfen*, pH-dependent schemes of calcium carbonate formation in presence of alginates, Crystal Growth & Design 16, 1349 (2016).


2015 (6)

38.) J. Scheck, T. Lemke, D. Gebauer*, The role of chloride ions during the formation of akaganéite revisited, Minerals 5, 778 (2015).

37.) G. Garnweitner*, D. Gebauer*, M. Niederberger*, Fundamentals of Nanocrystal Formation (Editorial), CrystEngComm 17, 6778 (2015).

36.) S. L. P. Wolf, K. Jähme, D. Gebauer*, Synergy of Mg2+ and poly(aspartic acid) in additive-controlled calcium carbonate precipitation, CrystEngComm 17, 6857 (2015).

35.) M. Farhadi Khouzani, D. M. Chevrier, P. Güttlein, K. Hauser, P. Zhang, N. Hedin, D. Gebauer*, Disordered amorphous calcium carbonate from direct precipitation, CrystEngComm 17, 4842 (2015).

34.) D. Gebauer, Prenucleation Clusters, The Encyclopedia of Nanotechnology, (revised entry, Springer, New York, published online 25 April 2015); DOI: 10.1007/978-94-007-6178-0_380-2.

33.) C. Völkle, D. Gebauer*, H. Cölfen*, High-resolution insights into the early stages of silver nucleation and growth, Faraday Discussions 179, 59 (2015).


2014 (4)

32.) J. Eiblmeier, U. Schürmann, L. Kienle, D. Gebauer, W. Kunz, M. Kellermeier*, New Insights into the Early Stages of Silica-Controlled Barium Carbonate Crystallisation, Nanoscale 6, 14939 (2014).

31.) D. Gebauer*, M. Kellermeier, J. D. Gale, L. Bergström, H. Cölfen, Pre-Nucleation Clusters as Solute Precursors in Crystallisation, Chemical Society Reviews 43, 2348 (2014).

30.) A. Rao, J. K. Berg, M. Kellermeier*, D. Gebauer*, Sweet on Biomineralization: Effects of Carbohydrates on the Early Stages of Calcium Carbonate Crystallization, European Journal of Mineralogy 26, 537 (2014).

29.) M. Kellermeier*, A. Picker, A. Kempter, H. Cölfen, D. Gebauer*, A Straightforward Treatment of Activity in Aqueous CaCO3 Solutions and the Consequences for Nucleation Theory, Advanced Materials 26, 752 (2014).


2013 (5)

28.) M. Kellermeier, H. Cölfen, D. Gebauer*, Investigating the Early Stages of Mineral Precipitation by Potentiometric Titration and Analytical Ultracentrifugation. In: James J. De Yoreo, Editor: Methods in Enzymology 532, 45-69 (2013).

27.) D. Gebauer*, Wie bilden sich Kristalle? Nachrichten aus der Chemie 61, 1097 (2013).

26.) J. K. Berg, T. Jordan, Y. Binder, H. G. Börner, D. Gebauer*, Mg2+ Tunes the Wettability of Liquid Precursors of CaCO3: Toward Controlling Mineralization Sites in Hybrid Materials, Journal of the American Chemical Society 135, 12512 (2013).

25.) D. Gebauer*, Bio-Inspired Materials Science at Its Best—Flexible Mesocrystals of Calcite, Angewandte Chemie International Edition 52, 8208 (2013);
Biologisch inspirierte Materialwissenschaften in Hochform — flexible Calcit-Mesokristalle, Angewandte Chemie 125, 8366 (2013).

24.) D. Gebauer, X. M. Liu, B. Aziz, N. Hedin*, Z. Zhao*, Porous tablets of crystalline calcium carbonate via sintering of amorphous nanoparticles, CrystEngComm 15, 1257 (2013).


2012 (8)

23.) J. H. E. Cartwright*, A. G. Checa, J. D. Gale, D. Gebauer*, C. I. Sainz-Díaz, Calcium Carbonate Polyamorphism and Its Role in Biomineralization: How Many Amorphous Calcium Carbonates Are There? Angewandte Chemie International Edition 51, 11960 (2012);
Die Polyamorphie von Calciumcarbonat und ihre Bedeutung für die Biomineralisation: Wie viele amorphe Calciumcarbonat-Phasen gibt es? Angewandte Chemie 124, 12126 (2012).

22.) A. Picker, M. Kellermeier*, J. Seto, D. Gebauer*, H. Cölfen, The multiple effects of amino acids on the early stages of calcium carbonate crystallization, Zeitschrift für Kristallographie 227, 744 (2012).

21.) M. Kellermeier, D. Gebauer, E. Melero-García, M. Drechsler, Y. Talmon, L. Kienle, H. Cölfen*, J. M. García-Ruiz, W. Kunz*, Colloidal Stabilization of Calcium Carbonate Prenucleation Clusters with Silica, Advanced Functional Materials 22, 4301 (2012).

20.) M. A. Bewernitz, D. Gebauer, J. Long, H. Cölfen, L. B. Gower*, A Meta-Stable Liquid Precursor Phase of Calcium Carbonate and its Interactions with Polyaspartate, Faraday Discussions 159, 291 (2012).

19.) P. Raiteri, R. Demichelis, J. D. Gale*, M. Kellermeier, D. Gebauer, D. Quigley, L. B. Wright, T. R. Walsh, Exploring the influence of organic species on pre- and post-nucleation calcium carbonate, Faraday Discussions 159, 61 (2012).

18.) D. Gebauer, Prenucleation Clusters, The Encyclopedia of Nanotechnology (Springer, New York, 2012).

17.) General discussion, Faraday Discussions 159, 387 (2012).

16.) General discussion, Faraday Discussions 159, 139 (2012).


2011 (6)

15.) R. Demichelis, P. Raiteri, J. D. Gale*, D. Quigley, D. Gebauer, Stable prenucleation mineral clusters are liquid-like ionic polymers, Nature Communications 2, 590 (2011).

14.) D. Gebauer*, H. Cölfen*, Prenucleation Clusters and Non-classical Nucleation, Nano Today 6, 564 (2011).
A pdf-file of the Accepted Author Manuscript (AAM) of this paper can be downloaded here.

13.) A. Verch, D. Gebauer, M. Antonietti, H. Cölfen*, How to control the scaling of CaCO3: A "fingerprinting technique" to classify additives, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 13, 16811 (2011).

12.) D. Gebauer, V. Oliynyk, M. Salajkova, J. Sort, Q. Zhou, L. Bergström, G. Salazar-Alvarez*, A transparent hybrid of nanocrystalline cellulose and amorphous calcium carbonate nanoparticles, Nanoscale 3, 3563 (2011).

11.) R. I. Kühnle, D. Gebauer, H. G. Börner*, Calcium ions as bioinspired triggers to reversibly control the coil-to-helix transition in peptide-polymer-conjugates, Soft Matter 7, 9616 (2011).

10.) B. Aziz, D. Gebauer, N. Hedin*, Kinetic control of particle-mediated calcium carbonate crystallization, CrystEngComm 13, 4641 (2011).


2010 (1)

9.) D. Gebauer*, P. N. Gunawidjaja, J. Y. P. Ko, Z. Bacsik, B. Aziz, L. J. Liu, Y. F. Hu, L. Bergström, C.-W. Tai, T.-K. Sham, M. Edén, N. Hedin*, Proto-calcite and proto-vaterite in amorphous calcium carbonates, Angewandte Chemie International Edition 49, 8889 (2010);
Angewandte Chemie 122, 9073 (2010).


2009 (4)

8.) D. Gebauer, A. Verch, H. G. Börner, H. Cölfen*, The influence of selected artificial peptides on calcium carbonate precipitation: a quantitative study, Crystal Growth & Design 9, 2398 (2009).

7.) D. Gebauer, H. Cölfen*, A. Verch, M. Antonietti*, The multiple roles of additives in CaCO3 crystallization: a quantitative case study, Advanced Materials 21, 435 (2009).

6.) D. Gebauer, H. Cölfen, Nachweis von Kalziumkarbonat-Clustern, LaborPraxis – Journal für Labor, Analytik und Life Sciences 33, 44 (2009).

5.) H. Cölfen, D. Gebauer, Rezensionen: Alles über Biomineralisation, Nachrichten aus der Chemie 57, 698 (2009).


2008 (3)

4.) D. Gebauer, A. Völkel, H. Cölfen*, Stable prenucleation calcium carbonate clusters, Science 322, 1819 (2008).

3.) A. Neira-Carrillo*, D. F. Acevedo, M. C. Miras, C. A. Barbero, D. Gebauer, H. Cölfen*, J. L. Arias, Influence of conducting polymers based on carboxylated polyaniline on in vitro CaCO3 crystallization, Langmuir 24, 12496 (2008).

2.) M. Wilkening*, D. Gebauer, P. Heitjans*, Diffusion parameters in single-crystalline Li3N as probed by Li-6 and Li-7 spin-alignment echo NMR spectroscopy in comparison with results from Li-8 beta-radiation detected NMR, Journal of Physics-Condensed Matter 20, 022201 (2008).


2006 (1)

1.) D. Gebauer, J. Woenckhaus*, The influence of Cytochrome c on the polycondensation of silicic acid, Zeitschrift für Physikalische Chemie 220, 371 (2006).