Laser Flash Photolysis in Canada
Biological - Environmental - Materials - Zeolites - Proteins
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Welcome to our research webpages
Welcome to the webpages of our research group located in the Department of Chemistry, Dalhousie University. Our research program is interdisciplinary and branches many aspects of organic chemistry with interest in biological, environmental, materials, zeolites and proteins. The goal of our research program is to obtain information on reactions, reaction dynamics and also on the properties of materials. One of the techniques used in our research is laser flash photolysis. In addition, synthetic organic chemistry is also practiced in our laboratories. Our labs are well equipped and Dalhousie University is an ideal location to carry out your research studies.
We are currently accepting MSc and PhD graduate students, USRA (NSERC) and other summer students and Chemistry honours/major students to our laboratories.
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