Sometimes science and art goes hand in hand, as you can see in some of the cover graphics for different journals and in the artwork of Cornelius.

Artworks

Cornelius Brombach

Some Art-work from Cornelius Brombach of our research:

Brombach et al. Food Chem. 2017 Brombach et al. Spectrochim. Acta 2015
Petursdottir et al. ABC 2015 Uroic, JEM 2009
Brombach et al. ABC 2015 Brombach, et al. ABC 2015
Torres et al. JAAS 2014 Amayo et al. Anal Chem. 2013

Covers

2014 - present
 
Jamari et al. JAAS 2018, Fluorine species in an argon plasma  
Bullock et al. Minerals 2017, Tellurium enrichment in pyrites using LA-ICP-MS Aborode et al. Metallomics 2015, formation of elemental selenium in the soil/plant environment
Brombach et al. Anal. Met. 2015, simple method for detecting methylmercury in rice Galler et al. JAAS 2014, boron speciation in silicon
   
   
2006 - 2013
Urgast and Feldmann, JAAS, 2013, dynamic bioimaging of zinc in the animal tissues using stable isotope tracers and LA-ICP-MS: a review Mestrot et al. 2013, biovolatilisation of arsenic: a review
Special issue (editor; Feldmann & Krupp) Elemental imaging and speciation in plant science, ABC 2012, our contribution: Siebold et al. Distribution of elements in the bark of Picea sitchensis following wounding and artificial inoculation with Heterobasidion annosum (Cover) Cassio et al. JEM 2011, arsenic speciation in urine
Jakob et al. JEM 2009, organoarsenic compounds reveal in PM10 particles reveal the importance of biovolatilisation of arsenic. Special issue: for HPLC-ICP-MS/ESIMS by Feldmann ABC 2008, Bluemlein et al. ABC 2008 and Krupp et al. 2008, usefullness of HPLC-ICP-MS/ESIMS for mercury and arsenic speciation analysis.
Raab et al. Angew. Ch. Int. Ed. 2007, first As(V) compound bind to biomolecules via sulphur Feldmann, et al. 2006, Pre-Columbian mummies in the Atacama Desert (Chile) were chronically exposed to high levels of arsenic.
Lu et al. Environ. Chem. 2006, seaweed eating sheep show high levels of iodine and arsenic in their urine. Mitra et al. JEM 2005, volatile organotins in landfill gas