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We have 27 Analytical Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Manchester

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Analytical Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Manchester

We have 27 Analytical Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Manchester

High-throughput biomaterials discovery

Polymer biomaterials have revolutionised a range of areas from drug delivery, to antimicrobials, to cellular cryopreservation. There are 1000’s of possible monomer combinations, molecular weights and architectures to be explored, and even small differences can dramatically change their properties. Read more

Defining the state-of-the-art in X-ray and electron spectroscopies for discerning the characteristic electronic structure of actinide materials

An EPSRC centre for doctorial training sponsored PhD studentship is available to undertake research in the field of actinide X-ray and electron spectroscopy in a collaborative project between AWE and two research groups at the University of Manchester. Read more

Investigating the effect of plastics recycling on nanoplastic production in packaging applications

Nanoplastics, defined as plastic particles measuring less than 1000 nanometres, have emerged as a significant concern due to their ability to infiltrate ecosystems, posing potential risks to the environment. Read more

New optical techniques for non-destructive sensing and monitoring

Technical paints provide essential corrosion protection to our infrastructure, which is vital to ensure public safety and drive down the unacceptable economic and carbon cost associated with the replacement of metals. Read more

Synthetic and Mechanistic Studies into Enzymatic Degradation of Waste Plastics

Plastics are a broad range of solid polymeric materials that have found widespread application globally. However, there has been a steady accumulation of discarded plastics and there is now growing awareness that they present a significant hazard to the natural environment and human health. Read more

Investigating Nanoscale Network Polymer Degradation

  Research Group: Polymers and Composites
Network polymers are widely deployed as the matrix in structural composites and high-performance pigmented protective coatings. Surprisingly however, many fundamental aspects of how the properties and structure of these materials degrade upon exposure to the environment remains unknown. Read more

EPSRC - Light-coupled NMR to design novel photo-driven chemistry and materials

Over the last decade, visible light-driven chemistry has come to the forefront of modern organic synthesis, chemical biology, and materials science, providing a powerful platform through which to rapidly construct new and complex molecules. Read more

Developing novel light-induced in-situ Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) methods

Light-induced in-situ Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) studies are a growing field in both continuous wave and pulsed EPR. It can be used to monitor photoactivated chemical and biochemical reactions involving radical reagents, projects or intermediates. Read more

Advancing hyperpolarised solid-state NMR spectroscopy for materials science

This PhD project is open to a wide range of research directions, depending on the interests and abilities of the candidate. The main topic will concern the application and development of methods for advanced NMR investigations of hyperpolarised solids. Read more

Environmental fate of radioactive ‘hot particles’ in marine and terrestrial systems: A biogeochemical study

Objectives. Develop an understanding of how nuclear fuel ‘hot particles’ degrade in marine and terrestrial environments. Utilise a range of advanced analysis techniques to study fuel particles, both synthetic (produced in the lab) and genuine (collected from the field). Read more

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