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Researcher Details
Name: Professor A Weller
Organisation: University of Oxford
Department: Chemistry
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:
Catalysis & Applied Catalysis Chemical Synthetic Methodology
Co-ordination Chemistry Design & Testing Technology
Design of Process systems

Current EPSRC Support
EP/S023828/1 EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Inorganic Chemistry for Future Manufacturing (OxICFM)(C)
EP/R026815/1 The UK Catalysis Hub - 'Science': 1 - Optimising, predicting and designing new Catalysts(C)
EP/M024210/1 Putting Low Coordination into Practice by the Exploration of Metal-sigma-Interactions: Fundamentals, New Catalysts and Catalysis for New Materials(P)
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/K035908/1 Transition Metal Alkane Sigma Complexes by Solid-Gas Synthesis Routes: Defining and Exploiting a New Area of Organometallic Chemistry(P)
EP/K014668/1 The UK Catalysis Hub(C)
EP/J02127X/1 Phosphine-Borane Dehydrocoupling: The Synthesis of Tailored New Materials through Mechanistic Studies of Catalytic Processes.(P)
EP/G056609/1 Delivering Hydroacylation as a General Reaction for Synthesis: A Combined Organic and Organometallic Approach(C)
EP/F006675/1 Redox Switchable Hydrogen Storage Materials. Hydrogen Burst Device Prototypes(C)
EP/E050743/1 Exploring novel M...C-C agostic interactions(P)
EP/E024904/1 SAXSess / Small Angle X-ray Scattering System for Materials Chemistry(C)
EP/D075351/1 High Resolution Mass Spectrometers to Support Chemistry at Bath(C)
EP/D04779X/1 500 MHz NMR Spectrometer to Support Organic, Bio-organic and Inorganic Chemistry(C)
GR/T10169/01 Novel High Hydride Content Octahedra - Uniting Early & Late Transition Metal Cluster Chemistry(P)
GR/S70289/01 400MHz NMR Spectrometer to Support Synthetic Inorganic & Organic Chemistry(C)
GR/S42750/01 Weakly Coordinating Functionalised Carborane Anions(P)
GR/R90475/01 Transition Metal Complexes of Chelating Pnitcogen Boranes and their Applications in Catalysis(P)
GR/R36824/01 Cationic Electrophiles with Alkylated Carborane Anions: Towards Alkane Soluble Cationic C-H Activation Systems.(P)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator