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Latest Physical Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Experimental chemical design for the creation of novel ionic liquid materials

An experimental PhD position is available as part of a 3-year collaborative project 'Unravelling the electronic structure of highly charged hydrogen-bonds; rational chemical design and the creation of novel ionic liquid materials.'. Read more

Computational chemical design for the creation of novel ionic liquid materials

A computational PhD position is available as part of a 3-year collaborative project 'Unravelling the electronic structure of highly charged hydrogen-bonds; rational chemical design and the creation of novel ionic liquid materials.'. Read more

Ammonia Electrochemical synthesis for CO2-free energy applications

Ammonia Electrochemical synthesis for CO2-free energy applications.  The development of low-cost, high-performance energy storage and conversion devices are critical for an environmentally sustainable future free of CO2 emissions. Read more

Design and Synthesis of Sustainable Electrolytes for Redox Flow Batteries Based on Abundant Metals

Redox flow batteries (RFB) are a promising technology for stationary energy storage systems which will become a real necessity as we transition to a low-carbon energy landscape that relies more heavily on intermittent renewable energy. Read more

Mechanistic Investigations in Homogeneous Catalysis

The production of important fine chemicals, such as pharmaceuticals, relies on the use of homogeneous catalysis. Many key transformations are performed with organometallic, molecular, transition metal complexes. Read more

Innovative Spectroscopic Approaches to Water Quality Monitoring

Providing clean water to a growing global population is a huge challenge and there is now a pressing need for us to develop better methods to measure water quality, since these underpin efforts to prevent pollution and measure the success of remediation efforts. Read more

Examining isotope effects in ion–molecule reactions

Reactions between ions and neutral molecules are known to be important in low-temperature environments such as the outer atmosphere and the interstellar medium. Read more

Discovery of new oxide ceramic materials

New inorganic materials are needed to advance technology and to develop our basic scientific understanding of the connection between chemical composition, crystal structure and physical properties. Read more

Experimental Discovery of New Inorganic Materials with Unique Crystal Structures

The properties of inorganic materials are determined by their crystal structures, and there are often a select few structural families which dominate the application areas for particular properties which can limit performance development. Read more

(EPSRC DTG) Metal-Organic Frameworks for Clean Air: A comprehensive EPR study

Ammonia (NH. 3. ) and nitrogen dioxide (NO. 2. ) are harmful air pollutants due to their highly corrosive and toxic nature. One strategy to mitigate air pollution is to use porous materials that are capable to adsorb and further convert these atmospheric pollutants into useful chemicals for industry. Read more

Mapping Microbial Cell Interactions on Designer Biomimetic Surfaces

Nature uses sophisticated strategies to control and eradicate microbial cells. A major scientific challenge is to translate these approaches to artificially synthesised systems. Read more

Physical organic chemistry of mechanochemically active polymers.

The group’s core expertise is in polymer mechanochemistry (. https://pcwww.liv.ac.uk/~boulatov/en),. an emerging area of science at the interface of chemistry, physics and engineering. Read more

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