Chemistry (School of)
The School of Chemistry at St Andrews has a long history of research achievement stretching back to 1811. Research activity and strength spans most of the key areas and interfaces in the chemical sciences. Graduates have access to state-of-the-art facilities within Chemistry and in the associated interdisciplinary research centres.
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(University of St Andrews, 1983) - ThesisUsing a method based on the analysis of the voltage transient recorded during the application of a galvanostatic pulse to a solid state, three electrode cell, diffusion coefficients of silver electro-active species in ...
(University of St Andrews, 2020-12-01) - ThesisMOFs (Metal-organic frameworks) are a series of record-breaking materials that have been developed rapidly, in terms of variety, functionality, popularity and understanding, over the past quarter of a century. MOFs are ...
Li@C₆₀, the molecular maraca : exploring the properties of lithium endohedral fullerenes on transition metal surfaces for potential use in molecular electronics (University of St Andrews, 2020-12-01) - ThesisThe following thesis describes the exploration of lithium endohedral fullerenes (Li@C₆₀) on Au(111) and Cu(110)-(2×1)O utilising an ultra-high vacuum low temperature scanning tunnelling microscope (UHV LT-STM). In collaboration ...
(University of St Andrews, 2020-07-27) - ThesisAs hydrogen is a renewable energy source, the studies for materials exhibiting fast hydrogen transport can have great potential to be used as electrolytes for electrochemical devices and as strong reducing agents for ...
(University of St Andrews, 2020-07-29) - Thesis