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Latest The University of Manchester, Department of Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 8 Latest The University of Manchester, Department of Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 8 Latest The University of Manchester, Department of Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Probing Actinide-Actinide Bonding

A fully funded EPSRC DTG studentship is available for a highly motivated, outstanding graduate chemist to undertake in the field of f-element synthesis, structural, spectroscopic, and computational characterisation. Read more

Optical initialisation of molecular qubits

Quantum computing is proposed to have an enormous impact on secure communications and indeed some specific applications have already shown a quantum advantage over classical methods. Read more

Exploring photosensitive systems using light-coupled NMR spectroscopy in solution

Light surrounds us, the whole life on this planet depends on light. Sunlight provides us with energy, either directly, eg through growing food crops or shining on our solar panels, or indirectly, having accumulated its energy over the millions of years in fossil fuels. Read more

Application of -hole interactions within organocatalysis

The objective of this project is to carry out a thorough computational study leading to the understanding the catalytic potential of the chalcogen/pnictogen bonding donating catalysts as well as the mechanisms involved to facilitate the predictive design and further development of s-hole-bonding-based enantioselective transformations. Read more

New NMR methods for complex structural studies

Knowing the structures and behaviour of molecules is crucial for understanding the world around us and for the development of new chemical products, drugs and materials. Read more
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