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EPSRC Reference: GR/R06113/01
Title: Multinuclear NMR For Inorganic and Organic Chemistry
Principal Investigator: Pringle, Professor P
Other Investigators:
Lloyd-Jones, Professor G Norman, Professor NC Murray, Dr M
Alder, Professor R Aggarwal, Professor VK
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Project Partners:
JEOL Shell
Department: Chemistry
Organisation: University of Bristol
Scheme: JREI
Starts: 18 December 2001 Ends: 17 December 2004 Value (£): 130,000
EPSRC Research Topic Classifications:
Asymmetric Chemistry Chemical Synthetic Methodology
EPSRC Industrial Sector Classifications:
Manufacturing Chemicals
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This proposal is for funds to purchase a 300 MHz multinuclear NMR spectrometer and accessories to support a range of research projects in inorganic and organic chemistry. These include studies of catalytic processes using water-soluble phosphines (Dr Pringle), asymmetric synthesis (Prof Aggarawal), stable carbenes and cyclic diphosphines (Prof Alder), stereodynamic processes at nitrogen and novel chiral ligands (Dr Lloyd-Jones), novel NMR techniques and phosphorus chemistry (Dr Murray) and transition metal catalysed diboration reactions (Dr Norman). These projects require extensive and rapid access to state-of-the-art 31P NMR facilities, as well as a range of other nuclei (11B, 195Pt, 103Rh, 183W, 95Mo etc), not only for direct observation, but also indirect observation (1H-{X} HMQC and other 2-dimensional experiments).
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