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This project will be supervised by Dr Luke A. Wilkinson.
Dimolybdenum paddlewheel complexes (Mo2 PWCs) are incredibly versatile synthons for the formation of functional molecules. With systematic variation of bridging or axial ligands, a vast array of properties (i.e. redox, optical, magnetic) can be intentionally tuned, making them applicable towards multiple avenues of research. Mo2 PWCs have a quadruple bond between the Mo atoms which is particularly interesting as it imparts an intense colour, redox-activity and they exhibit fascinating photophysical properties, such as exceptionally long-lived excited state triplet lifetimes (>100 μs). Their synthesis is facile, (especially for Mo2(O2CR)4,), employs simple base metal starting materials and can be tuned towards various
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You should hold or expect to achieve the equivalent of at least a UK lower second class degree in Chemistry. Please check the entry requirements for your country: View Website
Sometimes, individual circumstances such as previous experience and relevant work experience can be taken into account and applications are welcomed from interested applicants.
Students whose first language is not English will also need to meet the English Language requirements of both the University and the UKVI: View Website
To start by 1 July 2021, full time tuition fees are:
International (non-EU): £21,700
To start from 1 August 2021, full time tuition fees are:
UK: £4,473 (to be confirmed)
International (including EU): £22,250
Please see the university website for further information on fees for this course.
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