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Inorganic Chemistry (complex systems) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Solid-state molecular Organometallic Chemistry of Group 7 Carbonyls: Taming Reactive Complexes in an Anionic Cage
  Prof A S Weller, Dr J M Lynam
Application Deadline: 8 January 2020

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Background. Organometallic synthesis, reactivity and catalysis is nearly always carried out in solution, where the complex (or catalyst) of interest is dissolved in a solvent of choice (e.g.
  Developing stepwise catalysis for the construction of functional fluorinated molecules
  Dr J Slattery, Dr J M Lynam
Application Deadline: 8 January 2020

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Fluorine-containing organic molecules are found in a wide range of applications from liquid crystals to blockbuster drugs such as Prozac and Lipitor, but are of particular interest in pharmaceuticals agrochemicals, medical imaging (e.g.
  Photocatalytic solar energy conversion
  Dr R E Douthwaite
Applications accepted all year round

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There is a clear need to develop processes that minimise the consumption of limited energy resources and reduce waste detrimental to the environment.
  Modelling photosynthetic water oxidation
  Dr P O'Malley
Applications accepted all year round

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This project aims use molecular modelling methods and spectroscopy to understand how the protein environment of electron transfer cofactors in photosysnthesis and in particular how the water oxidising complex, facilitates electron transfer and also helps stabilise these radical species to maintain a charge separated state.
  Photocatalysis supported by non-innocent ligands
  Prof A-K Duhme-Klair
Applications accepted all year round

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Photocatalysis allows light energy to be harnessed to drive catalytic reactions via single-electron transfer. However, many redox-catalytic processes, including those that involve oxygen atom transfer, require the transfer of more than one electron.1.
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