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|Stephen T. Liddle|
|Institutions||University of Nottingham
Newcastle University 
|Alma mater||Newcastle University |
|Doctoral advisor||W. Clegg|
Stephen T. Liddle is a professor of chemistry at the University of Nottingham. He is known for his work on the The Periodic Table of Videos, a series of videos from the University of Nottingham presented on YouTube, which feature educational vignettes on the periodic table. His laboratory research focuses on the chemical properties of lanthanides and actinides.
Liddle's research group was the first to synthesize a molecule with a uranium-nitrogen triple bond (e.g., uranium nitride), which has potential to lead to a more efficient way of synthesizing nuclear fuel.
- Stephen Liddle - The University of Nottingham
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- "Simple method for producing a stable form of uranium nitride". Advanced Ceramics Report (International Newsletters). August 1, 2012.
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- "RSC Corday-Morgan Prize 2015 Winner". Royal Society of Chemistry. Retrieved 7 May 2015.