About the Project
The successful candidate will develop extensive skills in the synthesis and handling of air- and moisture-sensitive compounds using Schlenk-line and glovebox techniques. They will use a range of characterisation techniques, including NMR, IR and UV-Vis spectroscopy; single crystal X-ray diffraction; and mass spectrometry. It would be ideal for those who are interested in a fundamental chemistry project that works towards real-world applications.
The anticipated start date is late 2020, and the advertisement will be filled when a suitable candidate is identified. Interested candidates should contact Dr Andrew Jupp in the first instance by email, attaching an up-to-date CV.
The School of Chemistry is keen to achieve a gender and diversity balance and welcome applicants from all backgrounds. The School holds an Athena SWAN Bronze Award, which recognises its work in promoting women’s careers in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine in higher education.
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