Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy

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About us

The physical and analytical chemistry team at Lancaster has access to a wide range of state-of-the-art instrumentation including advanced electrochemical characterisation facilities, solid-state NMR and Raman spectrometers and X-ray diffractometers. The department also hosts BatLab, which is a dedicated facility for electrochemical testing and analysis of battery cells. Our research is highly collaborative and multidisciplinary, often involving external national and international large-scale facilities. We are carrying out research on a diverse range of topics including new battery materials and chemistries, microporous materials, drug-protein interactions and photovoltaics.

Group Lead

Professor John Griffin

Professor in Materials Chemistry

Analytical and Spectroscopy Research Group, Energy Lancaster, Inorganic Research group, MSF Supervisors 2019/20, Physical and Analytical Chemistry

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