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    United Kingdom

Accepting PhD Students

PhD projects

Open to PhD applications in: Catalysis for sustainable chemical synthesis and artificial metalloenzymes. We are actively engaged in the design of catalysts for cleaner fluorination reactions for pharmaceuticals, design and preparation of artificial metalloenzymes, and the preparation and heterogenization of catalytic ionic liquids.

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Chemical Compounds

Ionic Liquids
Catalysis
Rhodium
Iridium
Hydrogen
Catalysts
Glycerol
Dehydration
Alcohols
Gels
Silver
Clostridium
Ligands
Fermentation
Oxides
Silicon Dioxide
Carbon Monoxide
Sol-gel process
phosphine
Biomass
Amination
Biofuels
Hydroformylation
Organometallics
Enzymes
Nickel
Single crystals
Aldehydes
Hydrogenation
Alkanesulfonates
Amines
Hydrogen bonds
Chemical activation
Molecular weight
Silica Gel
Kinetics
Salts
Petroleum
Hydrogenase
Ethanol
Butanols
Methylene Chloride
Quinine
X ray diffraction
Carbonates
Coordination Complexes
Molecules
Crystal structure
Liquids
Dehydrogenation

Engineering & Materials Science

Ionic liquids
Glycerol
Catalysis
Dehydration
Hydrogen
Gels
Clostridium
Catalysts
Fermentation
Alcohols
Amination
Iridium
Hydroformylation
Rhodium
Aldehydes
Biodiesel
X ray crystallography
Nickel
Biomass
Silica gel
Amines
Ligands
Biocatalysts
Single crystals
Liquids
Organometallics
Ethanol
Substrates
Dehydrogenation
Transcription
Catalyst activity
Butenes
Liquid metals
Carbon monoxide
Crude oil
Sol-gels
Styrene
Silver

Physics & Astronomy

General

carbenes
ligands
tethering
activation
catalysts
entrapment
crack opening displacement
glycerols
recycling
rings
single crystals
salts
crystal structure

Chemistry and Materials

rhodium
iridium
silver
hydrogen
dibromides
styrenes
methylene
phosphines
hydrogenation
catalysis
bromides

Life Sciences

Clostridium
fermentation

Physics

halos
nanoparticles