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Researcher Details
 
Name: Professor RE Morris
Organisation: University of St Andrews
Department: Chemistry
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:

Current EPSRC Support
There is no current EPSRC Support
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/L014475/1 Nanoparticle Approaches to Zeolitic Catalysts(P)
EP/K025112/1 Assembly, disassembly, reassembly - New Routes to Extended Structures and Their Impact(P)
EP/K005499/1 Hemilabile and Switchable Metal-Organic Frameworks(P)
EP/K039210/1 Structuring the Future - Underpinning world-leading science in EaStCHEM through cutting edge characterisation(C)
EP/I028080/1 Anti-Biofilm Materials Using Multifunctional MOFs(P)
EP/G062129/1 Innovative Gas Separations for Carbon Capture(C)
EP/E041825/1 High-Resolution Solid-State NMR in St Andrews: Development and Applications(C)
EP/F008384/1 Optimising nanoporous adsorbents for hydrogen purification: development of a chemistry/chemical engineering skills base(C)
EP/F021925/1 Extending Ionothermal Synthesis(P)
EP/C006526/1 The ionothermal synthesis of zeolites and zeolite analogues(P)
GR/T09705/01 Designing Porous Metal-Organic Frameworks to Store and Deliver Large Amounts of Nitric Oxide(P)
GR/S31273/01 High Intensity Single Crystal X-Ray Diffraction Studies of Inorganic and Organic Materials(C)
GR/R46557/01 Modular porous solids from zeolite-like molecular building blocks(P)
GR/M86460/01 FUNCTIONALISED POROUS INORGANIC-ORGANIC NETWORK POLYMERS(P)
GR/M33037/01 SYNTHESIS OF MICROPOROUS MATERIALS USING MACROCYCLE TEMPLATES(P)
GR/M59822/01 VARIABLE TEMPERATURE MICROCRYSTAL DIFFRACTION OF MICROPOROUS MATERIALS(P)
GR/M17747/01 MICROCRYSTAL & POWDER DIFFRACTION OF MICROPOROUS MATERIALS(P)
GR/L40106/01 NEW MICROPORUS CATALYSTS FROM CRYSTAL ENGINEERING(P)
GR/L66557/01 THE TARGETED DESIGN OF A NEW CLASS OF MICROPOROUS CATALYSTS(P)
GR/L48058/01 TEMPLATING OF MICROPOROUS MATERIALS IN NON-AQUEOUS SOLVENTS(P)
GR/L32880/01 A NEW CLASS OF DENDRITIC POLYMER CATALYSTS(P)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator