Dr Rob Clough
School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
2004-2006, Research Fellow in Chemical Metrology with Dr Hywel Evans. Investigating isotope dilution mass spectrometry for high accuracy speciation studies. University of Plymouth.
2000-2003, PhD in Analytical Chemistry with Drs Hywel Evans and Simon Belt, University of Plymouth.
1997-2000, BSc (hons) 2:1, Environmental Science, University of Plymouth.
Member Royal Society Chemistry
Roles on external bodies
Chair, Atomic Spectrometry Updates Editorial Board
Chair, Western Region Analytical Division, Royal Society of Chemistry
My teaching is mainly practical based and covers several areas including analytical chemistry, environmental analytical chemistry, high accuracy analysis, advanced analytical instrumentation, dataquality and quality management systems at the undergraduate and postgraduate level for B.Sc. Chemistry, MChem and B.Sc.Environmental Science.
My main research area is analytical chemistry with a particular focus on three areas; isotope amount ratio measurements by mass spectrometry; chemical metrology, ensuring that analytical results are valid and fit for purpose, and particulate interactions with metallic, organometallic, organosulphur, organophosphorus and organohalide chemical species in the aquatic environment.This requires the coupling of different separation techniques, such as high performance liquid chromatography, to various mass spectrometric detectors.
Creative practice & artistic projects
Was once a backing drinker.
- Biogeochemistry Research Centre (BGC)
Key publications are highlightedJournals