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Mr Stuart James Elliott 

Research Fellow

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Stuart is a postdoctoral research fellow the magnetic resonance group of Prof. Malcolm H. Levitt.

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Stuart received his PhD in Chemistry from the University of Southampton in 2017.
His PhD research was centred on the topic of long-lived states in nuclear magnetic resonance.
His thesis was entitled: Hyperpolarized long-lived states in monodeuterated methyl groups.
Stuart previously received his masters (and bachelors) in physics from the University of Warwick in 2013.
His master’s thesis was entitled: Structural and physical properties of lead-free ferroelectric solid solutions.

Research interests

  • Stuart’s research interests concern the storage lifetime of nuclear spin order in small molecules, and how their relaxation properties differ from ordinary magnetization.
  • Current interests include extending the lifetime of nuclear spin order in nitrogen-15 spin pairs beyond one hour in room temperature solution and the relaxation properties of oxygen-17 labelled water (and other small molecules) encapsulated inside closed cage fullerenes.
  • Other research interests include: parahydrogen, EPR and hydrogels.

Research group

Magnetic Resonance

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