The LJH group work on fundamental but also applied aspects of organophosphorus chemistry. The element itself has a fascinating history, helps keep us alive everyday and there are compelling reasons as to why students, academics and industry all should study its secrets.
Fluorescent phosphine complexes of 99mTc have been developed as potential dual imaging agents of disease.Read more ›
This section of our research focuses on the development of P-magnets, P-polymers and P-nanoparticles as new innovative materials.Read more ›
The phosphino group – RPH2 – doesn’t behave much like its amino counterpart, but its devilish reputation is somewhat misleading.Read more ›
Our aim here is to prepare novel chiral ligands – often via primary phosphines – that have unusual stereoelectronic profiles for use in catalysis.Read more ›