Alice Martin

Student, University of St Andrews
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About Alice Martin

I am a fourth year chemistry student at the University of St Andrews, interested in many fields of chemistry, but particularly areas within inorganic and physical chemistry. My research project is supervised by Dr. Petr Kilian focusing on the synthesis and characterisation of peri-substituted aromatic systems. These previously un characterised compounds have many applications within green chemistry, particularly within catalysis.

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Undergraduate Scholar

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Chemistry Material Science


University of St Andrews

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Essay Chemistry

Development of Coupling Strategies for Peri-Substitution in Main Group Systems

This research, as part of the Kilian Research Group at the University of St Andrews looks into methods of producing coupled main group aromatic systems containing group 15 elements. This primary research eventually aims to be used in many applications making industrial processes greener.

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Comment on Making Stuff Glow
Aug 26, 2021

This is such an interesting read, and fantastic that the synthetic routes provided such clear results for a novel TDAF active macrocycle!