Paul Jelliss, Ph.D.
Associate Professor; Integrated and Applied Sciences Program Director
Department of Chemistry
General Chemistry I and II, Inorganic Chemistry, Organometallic Chemistry, Solid State Chemistry
BSc(hons) in Chemistry, University of Bristol, 1990
Ph.D. in Chemistry, University of Bristol, 1993
- Reactive metal nanocomposite materials
- Aluminum and boron hydride storage materials
- Metallacarborane chemistry (complexes with boron cage ligands)
Objectives: Synthesize new materials and complexes and characterize them using analytical techniques such as FTIR, Raman, NMR, UV-vis spectroscopy, PXRD, DSC-TGA, and SEM/TEM. Reactive metal nanomaterials have applications in energetics (fuels, propellants etc), while metallacarboranes have potential electrochemical and pharmacological uses.
For more information, visit Paul Jelliss' ResearchGate site.