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We have 19 Earth Sciences PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in York

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We have 19 Earth Sciences PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in York

Greener solvents for industrial polymers

Introduction. A number of industrially relevant polymers such as polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) are particularly difficult to recycle, partly because of the solvents and conditions needed to dissolve them. Read more

Photocatalytic solar energy conversion

There is a clear need to develop processes that minimise the consumption of limited energy resources and reduce waste detrimental to the environment. Read more

Towards Understanding of the Photodegradation Pathways in Lignins

Lignins are amongst the most abundant biopolymers on Earth, and are key components of the cell walls of many vascular plants. However, our fundamental knowledge of the photochemistry of the molecular building blocks that make up lignins (i.e. Read more

Photolysis reaction mechanisms with emerging and new technologies

Background. Photochemistry controls a vast array of the natural and man-made processes known to science. photosynthesis, atmospheric and combustion chemistry, plasma technology, solar energy. Read more

Atmospheric chemistry of new green solvents

Background. Solvents make up the bulk of waste from the chemical industry yet little attention is paid to the environmental impact of these volatile organic compounds (VOC) once released to the atmosphere {1-2}. Read more

Understanding historical climate change using multiple data sources

Background. Understanding how temperatures have changed since the start of the industrial revolution is key to understanding how human activity is likely to shape future climate, as well as for the evaluation of climate model simulations. Read more

Impacts of cooking on indoor air chemistry

In developed countries, it has been estimated that (pre-Covid) we spend more than 90% of our time indoors, whether at home, in the workplace or commuting between the two. Read more

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