We are currently investigating a variety of photocatalytically-induced organic transformations using nanoparticle-doped perovskite structures using both UV and visible light sources. We are primarily focused on using more economical means of excitation, with a large focus on the exploitation of LED photoreactors in our experimental procedures. We are actively examining the effect of a variety of experimental variables in these reactions, including substituents, nanoparticle dopants and perovskite structure. As of late, we have become increasing intrigued by the guest-host interactions of layered perovskite materials and the positive influence these materials may have on the overall photocatalytic efficiency.
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HPLC coupled QTOF MS (reverse phase) used for separation of chemical reactions and identification of unknowns
Reverse phase conditions only (Acetonitirle, isopropanol, methanol, water).
Equipped with a diode array detector capable of monitoring 8 wavelengths at once between 190 – 640 nm.
ESI+ and ESI- modes possible
GC-MS with EI ionization mode. Multiple column types available. Autosampling capabilities for high throughput.
Volatile solvents only (dichloromethane and methanol preferred)
Irradiation sources: UVA, UVB, 530 nm LED and 440 nm LED
Various LED photoreactor quads, each equipped with 4, high powered LEDs.
Sample containment must be housed in a 10 cm x 10 cm vessel to accommodate reactor size.
Several LED wavelengths are available (365 nm, 420 nm, 455 nm, 530 nm, 645 nm)
Date submitted: Wed, Aug 15, 2018 3:30 PM
Date updated: Wed, Aug 15, 2018 3:35 PM