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Energy Transitions Research at the University of Cambridge

 

Research

The development of new, well-defined synthetic routes which allow the logical assembly of a broad range of main group and transition metal compounds, many of which have been almost unexplored previously and yet have important future applications in materials science and catalysis. Major areas of interest include:

 

  • Main Group Nitrogen and Phosphorus Cages
  • Polypyridyl Ligands in Catalysis
  • Magnetic Molecules and Lattice
  • Macrocylic Main Group Ligands
Subject: 
Professor Dominic  Wright
Not available for consultancy

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