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Development of Nanostructured Materials for Applications in Energy Conversion, Environmental Catalysis and Water Treatment

   School of Chemistry

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  Dr R T Baker  Applications accepted all year round  Self-Funded PhD Students Only

About the Project

The project will involve the synthesis of high surface area nanopowders, mesoporous materials, nanorods, nanospheres or nanotubes by novel preparative methods, their characterisation using a range of physicochemical techniques including high performance electron microscopy, and their evaluation for applications ranging from heterogeneous catalysis, solid oxide fuel cell components, and photocatalysis, for example, for water treatment.

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