Dr Andrew Parrott

Research Fellow

Pure and Applied Chemistry

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Publications

A mechanistic investigation of the N-hydroxyphthalimide catalyzed benzylic oxidation mediated by sodium chlorite
Grunshaw Thomas, Wood Susanna H, Sproules Stephen, Parrott Andrew, Nordon Alison, Shapland Peter D P, Wheelhouse Katherine M P, Tomkinson Nicholas C O
Journal of Organic Chemistry Vol 89, pp. 7933-7945 (2024)
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.joc.4c00583
Application of non-invasive Raman spectroscopy to metal-organic frameworks : rapid identification and monitoring growth
Chong Magdalene, Parrott Andrew, Ashworth David, Fletcher Ashleigh, Nordon Alison
Spring SciX 2024 (2024)
Gaining kinetic insight into the crystallisation of metal-organic frameworks via non-invasive Raman spectroscopy
Chong Magdalene, Parrott Andrew, Ashworth David, Fletcher Ashleigh, Nordon Alison
ISIC 2023 (2023)
Non-invasive monitoring of the growth of metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) via Raman spectroscopy
Chong Magdalene W S, Parrott Andrew J, Ashworth David J, Fletcher Ashleigh J, Nordon Alison
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics Vol 25, pp. 14869-14878 (2023)
https://doi.org/10.1039/D3CP01004J
Non-invasive Raman spectroscopy for elucidation of the mechanism of metal-organic framework formation
Chong Magdalene, Parrott Andrew, Ashworth David, Fletcher Ashleigh, Nordon Alison
EuroPACT2023 (2023)
Pocket-size near-IR spectrometers for rapid examination of contaminated textile fibres at the crime-scene
Rashed Hamad S, Parrott Andrew J, Nordon Alison, Baker Matthew J, Palmer David S
Vibrational Spectroscopy Vol 123 (2022)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.vibspec.2022.103464

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Professional Activities

Application of calibration free approaches for rapid polymorph discrimination by low frequency Raman spectroscopy
Contributor
25/4/2024
RSC Advances (Journal)
Peer reviewer
6/3/2024
CPACT Process Spectroscopy Course
Invited speaker
30/1/2024
Temperature correction of spectra to achieve isothermal local model performance for monitoring and control of cooling crystallisation
Contributor
6/9/2023
Non-Invasive Raman Spectroscopy for Rapid Identification of and Monitoring the Growth of Metal-Organic Frameworks
Contributor
18/8/2023
A structured approach to implementation of loading space standardisation for temperature correction of spectra
Contributor
9/5/2023

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Projects

9 short-term industry feasibility studies for CPACT at total value of £27k
Parrott, Andrew (Principal Investigator) Littlejohn, David (Principal Investigator) Nordon, Alison (Principal Investigator)
Completed feasibility studies for CPACT in calendar year.
01-Jan-2021 - 31-Jan-2021
9 short-term industry feasibility studies for CPACT at total value of £27k
Parrott, Andrew (Principal Investigator) Littlejohn, David (Principal Investigator) Nordon, Alison (Principal Investigator)
Completed feasibility studies for CPACT in calendar year.
01-Jan-2020 - 31-Jan-2020
6 short-term industry feasibility studies for CPACT at total value of £18k
Parrott, Andrew (Principal Investigator) Littlejohn, David (Principal Investigator) Nordon, Alison (Principal Investigator)
Completed feasibility studies for CPACT in calendar year.
01-Jan-2019 - 31-Jan-2019
7 short-term industry feasibility studies for CPACT at total value of £21k
Parrott, Andrew (Principal Investigator) Nordon, Alison (Principal Investigator) Littlejohn, David (Principal Investigator)
Completed feasibility studies for CPACT in calendar year.
01-Jan-2018 - 31-Jan-2018
Parahydrogen fraction with in situ Raman - in kind funding £13810
Parrott, Andrew (Principal Investigator) Nordon, Alison (Principal Investigator) Dallin, Paul (Co-investigator)
Use of fibre optic coupled Raman spectroscopy to develop calibration free
quantitative in situ monitoring of parahydrogen fraction for a variety of applications.
01-Jan-2017 - 01-Jan-2018

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Dr Andrew Parrott
Research Fellow
Pure and Applied Chemistry

Email: andrew.parrott@strath.ac.uk
Tel: 548 2139