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Research project

Magnetic Resonance of Dihydrogen Endofullerenes

Staff

Lead researcher

Professor Malcolm Levitt

Professor of Chemistry

Research interests

  • Magnetic Resonance
  • Endofullerenes
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Other researchers

Dr Marina Carravetta

Associate Professor

Research interests

  • Solid state magic-angle spinning NMR
  • High temperature and/or high pressure NMR
  • In-situ/operando methods
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Professor Richard Whitby

Professor of Chemistry

Research interests

  • Synthesis, properties and application of atomic and molecular endofullerenes.
  • The use of flow chemistry for the rapid acquisition of mechanistic and process information.
  • The synthesis of polyaromatic molecules for optoelectronic applications.
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Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

Research outputs

Benno Meier, Salvatore Mamone, Maria Concistrè, Javier Alonso-Valdesueiro, Andrea Krachmalnicoff, Richard Whitby & Malcolm H. Levitt, 2015, Nature Communications, 6, 1-12
Type: article
Andrea Krachmalnicoff, Richard Bounds, Salvatore Mamone, Malcolm H. Levitt, Marina Carravetta & Richard Whitby, 2015, Chemical Communications, 1-4
Type: article
T. Room, L. Peedu, M. Ge, D. Huvonen, U. Nagel, S. Ye, M. Xu, Z. Bacic, S. Mamone, M.H. Levitt, M. Carravetta, J.Y.- C. Chen, X. Lei, N.J. Turro, Y. Murata & K. Komatsu, 2013, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 371, 20110631
Type: article
Malcolm H. Levitt, 2013, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 371(1998), 1-29
Type: article