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Dalton 2018 conference

Univ James Barwick-Silk Travel ReportOMT Graduate Travel Award Report – James Barwick-Silk

I attended a three-day Dalton 2018 conference from 3-5 April at The University of Warwick. Where it is held and organised biannually by the Royal Society of Chemistry. The focus of the conference is Inorganic chemistry and broad range of international and national speakers attended. I was grateful to receive the opportunity to give a 20-minute presentation during the conference entitled: Hydroacylation using β-carbonyl substituted aldehydes: mechanistic insight leads to selective catalysis on scale at low loadings. I received several interesting questions from audience members and I was particularly pleased that Prof. Robert Morris (University of Toronto), an expert in my area, showed interest and complimented my work.

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Published: 15 June 2018

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