Physical and Analytical Chemistry

Characterisation and measurement of the properties of atoms, molecules, solids, materials and biological systems are at the heart of the physical and analytical chemistry (PAC) research here at Lancaster.

The team within the PAC research group have a diverse but complementary background across measurement science. The use of solid state Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) techniques, both in materials and in biological systems, is a key strength. Our expertise also extends to more general measurement science, in particular using electrochemical techniques, and the study of photovoltaic materials and light harvesting.

The facilities available to support our research are expanding rapidly. As part of Chemistry at Lancaster’s major building redevelopment programme, we have access to a larger number of custom-designed laboratories and instruments for research.

Our research is carried out with a wide range of academic and industrial collaborators.

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Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy

+44 (0)1524 593552 A026, A - Floor, Faraday Building

Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy , Energy Lancaster

+44 (0)1524 592860

Professor Peter Fielden

Head of Department, Professor

Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy

+44 (0)1524 594748

Dr John Griffin

Lecturer in Materials Chemistry

Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy , Energy Lancaster

+44 (0)1524 595087

Dr John Hardy

Lecturer in Materials Chemistry

+44 (0)1524 595080

Professor Harry Hoster FRSC

Professor & Director of Energy Lancaster

Energy Lancaster

+44 (0)7842 831633

Dr Eleri Hughes

Senior Research Associate

Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy

B016, B - Floor, LEC 1

Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy

+44 (0)1524 594328

Dr Valerie Seymour

Research Associate

Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy , Energy Lancaster

+44 (0)1524 595003 A040, A - Floor, Faraday Building

David Townsend

Research Associate

Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy

+44 (0)7930 209764

Josh Wardrop

KTP Associate, PhD student

Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy

Professor Stephen Wimperis

Professor of Chemistry

+44 (0)1524 595058 A041, A - Floor, Faraday Building

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