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Inorganic Chemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Manchester

We have 10 Inorganic Chemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Manchester

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We have 10 Inorganic Chemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Manchester

In-situ Imaging and Chemistry Mapping of Corrosion Processes in Product Store Environment

This project will primarily be based at. The University of Manchester. Summary. This exciting PhD project combines the application of novel imaging techniques with the characterisation of surface chemistry of corrosion processes relevant to product store infrastructure and exposure environments. Read more

PhD in Materials Characterisation for Sustainable Catalysis

  Research Group: Sustainable Industrial Engineering
Catalysis is a key technology for multiple industries and will play a critical role to achieve net zero ambitions. In 2020 bp set a goal of being a net zero company by 2050 or sooner and helping the world get to net zero. Read more

Development and Optimisation of NMR for High Pressure Reactions.

Reliable characterisation of chemical reactions is key to their understanding. Identifying and quantifying reaction intermediates provides the information required to understand, optimise, and improve reactions. Read more

Modelling Crystal Growth for Crystal Habit Control and Rational Process Design (project 3)

This project, based at The University of Manchester( UoM), is a collaboration between UoM and BASF, the world’s leading chemical company, that supports the development of advanced modelling capabilities for the prediction of crystal shape and morphology (habit), and the design of crystallization processes. Read more

Modelling Crystal Growth for Crystal Habit Control and Rational Process Design (Project 2)

This project, based at The University of Manchester( UoM), is a collaboration between UoM and BASF, the world’s leading chemical company, that supports the development of advanced modelling capabilities for the prediction of crystal shape and morphology (habit), and the design of crystallization processes. Read more

Modelling Crystal Growth for Crystal Habit Control and Rational Process Design (project 1)

This project, based at The University of Manchester( UoM), is a collaboration between UoM and BASF, the world’s leading chemical company, that supports the development of advanced modelling capabilities for the prediction of crystal shape and morphology (habit), and the design of crystallization processes. Read more

Catalytic materials for biomass valorisation - from single sites to nanoparticles

  Research Group: Catalysis and Porous Materials
A catalyst is a substance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction without being consumed, offering greater energy efficiency relative to non-catalytic pathways. Read more

Hierarchical porous architectures for catalytic cascade reactions

  Research Group: Catalysis and Porous Materials
A catalyst is a substance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction without being consumed, offering greater energy efficiency relative to non-catalytic pathways. Read more

Computational f Element Chemistry

Research in the Kaltsoyannis group focuses on the computational determination of the electronic structure and bonding in molecules and solids from all areas of the periodic table, with particular emphasis on compounds of the f elements. Read more

Modelling photosynthetic water oxidation

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. Read more
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