Perspective on organo-fluorine chemistry

Published on January 31, 2012

Professor Graham Sandford talks about organo-fluorine chemistry, including its rich history at the University of Durham, UK, its proliferation into our everyday lives, the associated environmental issues, and its unpredictable, yet promising, future prospects.

Graham Sandford | Durham University, UK

Professor Graham Sandford leads the Durham Organofluorine Chemistry Research Group at Durham University, UK. He has published around 130 research papers, review articles and patent applications, mainly in the field of organofluorine chemistry.

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