Department of Chemical Sciences

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The Department of Chemical Sciences has hosted vibrant research in chemistry since the nineteenth century and today boasts a diverse, high quality research environment with cutting edge facilities.

Areas of strength include synthetic organic chemistry, physical organic chemistry, carbohydrates, proteins and enzyme chemistry, organometallic and supramolecular chemistry, heterogeneous catalysis and adsorption, thermal methods of analysis and synthesis, and materials chemistry. Many other areas arise from collaboration with biologists, pharmacists, pharmacologists, physicists and forensic scientists.

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Ligands Chemical Compounds
Hydrolysis Chemical Compounds
beta-Lactams Chemical Compounds
beta-Lactamases Chemical Compounds
Ions Chemical Compounds
Derivatives Chemical Compounds
Metals Chemical Compounds
Catalysis Chemical Compounds

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Profiles

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Georgina Armitage

Person: Academic

20142014

Research Output 1979 2019

1 Citation (Scopus)

A Review on Cleaner Production of Biofuel Feedstock from Integrated CO2 Sequestration and Wastewater Treatment System 

SundarRajan, P. S., Gopinath, K. P., Greetham, D. & Antonysamy, A. J., 10 Feb 2019, In : Journal of Cleaner Production. 210, p. 445-458 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

cleaner production
Biofuels
biofuel
Wastewater treatment
carbon sequestration

Caffeine release and absorption from caffeinated gums

Morris, C., Viriot, S. M., Farooq Mirza, Q. U. A., Morris, G. & Lynn, A., 2019, In : Food and Function. 10, 4, p. 1792-1796 5 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Gingiva
caffeine
Caffeine
Mastication
mastication

Computer-Aided Design of Nanoceria Structures as Enzyme Mimetic Agents: The Role of Bodily Electrolytes on Maximising Their Activity

Molinari, M., Symington, A., Sayle, D., Sakthivel, T. S., Seal, S. & Parker, S. C., 2019, In : ACS Applied Bio Materials. 2, 3, p. 1098-1106 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Electrolytes
Computer aided design
Enzymes
Catalyst poisoning
Oxygen

Projects 2011 2019

NanoCeO2: Design of CeO2 Nanostructures with Enhanced Catalytic Properties

Molinari, M.

1/06/1731/08/17

Project: ResearchResearch Council

Computational Design and Engineering of Metal Oxide Nanozymes

Molinari, M.

1/01/1830/04/19

Project: ResearchResearch Council

The Post-Disposal Behaviour of C-14 and Irradiated Graphite

Humphreys, P., Cooke, D., Bond, G., Heard, P., Bligh Scott, T. & Eccles, H.

1/11/1131/10/15

Project: ResearchResearch Council

Activities 2005 2019

Full member of the EPSRC Peer Review College

Wesley Moran (Participant)
2019

Activity: Other activity typesGrant peer-review

Corrosion control - industry collaboration workshop

Jeremy Hopwood (Speaker)
1 Apr 2019

Activity: Talk or presentation typesInvited talk

Environmental Science & Technology (Journal)

Jeremy Hopwood (Reviewer)
11 Sep 2018

Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial work typesPublication Peer-review