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This project will be supervised by Dr William P. Unsworth and Dr Luke A. Wilkinson.
Interest in macrocycles has grown enormously in the last decade, in significant part due to their favourable properties in supramolecular chemistry. For example, some macrocycles can act as hosts for specific guest molecules and act as chemical sensors,1 while others have been used as catalysts,2 mimicking the active site of enzymes.3 There is also burgeoning interest in the synthesis of redox active macrocycles, as the redox state can control the supramolecular properties of the molecule and generate new modes of activity in catalysis or host-guest chemistry.4 Furthermore, there is significant interest in the development of cyclic molecular wires, as the multiple pathways for electron
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A minimum of a lower second class degree or overseas equivalent 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
See website: Please see the university website for further information on fees for this course.
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