Forskare vid Institutionen för kemi - Ångström, Oorganisk kemi
- Lägerhyddsvägen 1
- Box 538
751 21 Uppsala
Prussian blue analogues can be considered as cyanide double perovskites and attract intense research interest due their electrochemical, magnetic and porous properties. However, unlike conventional perovskites, little is understood about their structural distortions, such as octahedral tilting. In my 2-year fellowship, I aim to investigate octahedral tilting in Prussian blue analogues, induced by temperature, composition or pressure.
Nyckelord: crystallography prussian blue analogues diffraction group theory perovskites coordination polymers
I completed my undergraduate MChem degree in St Andrews in 2015, where the masters research projects were focused on characterising porous solids (MOFs and zeolites) using solid-state NMR and X-ray diffraction. I subsequently moved to the University of Oxford, where I undertook my DPhil in Inorganic Chemistry under the supervision of Andrew Goodwin, following the award of a graduate scholarship. During these three years, I worked on perovskite-like coordination polymers and their behaviour in the context of conventional perovskites. I currently hold a postdoc at Uppsala university and will continue to explore the structural distortions accessible to Prussian blue analogues. I also retain my Oxford affiliation as a visiting fellow.
For list of publications, please see https://scholar.google.se/citations?user=6svC_d0AAAAJ&hl=sv
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