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Prof Stuart Taylor  -  BSc(hons) PhD MRSC


Dr Stuart Taylor
Position:Professor of Physical Chemistry

Telephone:+44 (0)29 208 74062
Fax:+44 (0)29 208 74030

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Research Group: Physical Chemistry

Research Interests

My research area is heterogeneous catalysis, and I have a number of major research themes of interest. These can be summarised:

  • Investigation of metal oxide and precious-metal-based catalysts for the oxidative destruction of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) for environmental protection.
  • Mixed metal oxide and supported metal catalysts for low temperature carbon monoxide oxidation for life-support and environmental applications.
  • Development of new catalysts for selective oxidation reactions, focussing on utilisation of short-chain alkanes, oxygenated compounds, aromatics and bio-renewables.
  • Improved methodologies for preparing catalysts, including novel processes such as supercritical methods for preparing high activity and greener catalysts.
  • Characterisation of catalysts using a wide range of analytical techniques and in situ methodologies.

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Teaching

CH3104 Introduction to the Solid State and Applications of Spectroscopy

CH2118 Energy Resources and Materials

CH3202 Applications of Molecular Spectroscopy

CH3217 Biomolecular Chemistry

CH2310 Catalysis and Electrocatalysis

CH3408 Modern Catalytic Processes

CHT219 Preparation and Evaluation of Heterogeneous Catalysts