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Research project

EP/C001176/1 CVD of Early TM Selenides & Tellurides


Lead researcher

Professor Gill Reid


Research interests

  • Synthetic inorganic chemistry
  • Design and synthesis of new macrocyclic and multidentate ligands involving donor atoms from Groups 15 (P, As, Sb, Bi) and 16 (S, Se, Te)
  • Coordination chemistry with s-, p-, d- and f-block metal ions
Other researchers

Emeritus Professor William Levason

Research interests

  • Coordination chemistry, group 15 and 16 donor ligands, early transition metal chemistry, main group metal chemistry 

Professor Andrew Hector

Head of School

Research interests

  • Materials synthesis, including metal nitrides, thin film materials, sol-gel and solvothermal processes and porous structures.
  • Materials characterisation – powder and thin film diffraction, microscopy and spectroscopy techniques.
  • Electrochemistry, including charge storage in battery and supercapacitor type cells, and electrodeposition of various materials. 

Research outputs

S.D. Reid,
& M. Webster
, 2008 , Acta Crystallographica Section E: Structure Reports Online , 64 (5) , m667
Type: article
M. Jura,
S.D. Reid,
& M. Webster
, 2008 , Acta Crystallographica Section C: Crystal Structure Communications , 64 (10) , m321
Type: article
M.F. Davis,
R. Ratnani,
K. Saraswat,
& M. Webster
, 2007 , European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry , 2007 (13) , 1903--1910
Type: article