Andrei Khlobystov

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Andrei Khlobystov

Locality: Nottingham, United Kingdom
Summary: Associate Professor and Reader at University of Nottingham
Industry: Research
Experience: University of Nottingham (Educational Institution; 1001-5000 employees; Research industry): Associate Professor and Reader,   

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Andrei Khlobystov - The University of Nottingham

Contact. work Room B-28 School of Chemistry University Park Nottingham NG7 2RD; work 0115 951 3917; fax 0115 951 3563;;

Nottingham Nanocarbon Group

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Careers: Record breaker. As a teenager in a small Russian town, Andrei Khlobystov stood out for his desire to be a chemist. He is now making waves in the UK with his nano work, as he ...

Cambridge CNT Society

Andrei Khlobystov Associate Professor, European Young Investigator (EURYI) and Reader in Inorganic Chemistry Aki Kumatani London Centre for Nanotechnology

PAL | November 2009 | East Midland STEM Fluency Lab

Read about the effect of the Lab on the work of Andrei Khlobystov, Associate Professor and Reader in Chemical Nanosciences at the University of Nottingham.

30 August 2005: Molecular interactions revealed in a drop of ...

The potential applications impress nanotechnologist Andrei Khlobystov at the University of Nottingham, UK. 'This method gives an excellent opportunity for studying ...

PAL | PAL and the Mystery of Fullerenes

Andrei Khlobystov is Associate Professor and Reader in Chemical Nanosciences at the University of Nottingham. He took part in the second PAL-Ignition STEM Fluency Lab in November ...

Nano test tubes get a reaction -

... carbon nanotube in this case is used as an inert nanoscopic reaction vessel representing the world's smallest test tube with a zeptolitre [10-21 litre] volume," Andrei Khlobystov of ...

Tiny carbon cylinders set record

David Britz, at Oxford, and Andrei Khlobystov, at Nottingham, were able to observe the results of these reactions with an electron microscope. The work has made it into the ...

Filming fullerene formation

Now, a group led by Andrei Khlobystov at the University of Nottingham, UK, has found a way to watch the process as it happens - using a low-voltage transmission electron microscopy ...

PAL | Serious STEM fun in the snow

After the Lab, nano-scientist Andrei Khlobystov wrote “I felt really privileged to participate in the PAL/Ignition Lab this year. It was a wonderful experience of freedom to ...