Research publications


[1] A chromogenic "off-on" azomethine sensor possessing ONNNO receptor site for iron species and its application in the fabrication of INHIBIT type molecular logic gate.
[2] Exploring superiority of silatranyl moiety as anchoring unit over its trialkoxysilyl analogue for covalent grafting via fabrication of functionalized mesoporous silica possessing azomethinic pincers for dye adsorption.
[3] Reusable Schiff base functionalized silica as a multi-purpose nanoprobe for fluorogenic recognition, quantification and extraction of Zn(II) ions.
[4] Exploration of solvent responsive Cr(III)-Schiff base conjugates for monitoring Cr(III) ions and organophosphates: Fabrication of spot-testing devices.

[5] Exploration of fluorescent organotin compounds of α-amino acid Schiff bases for the detection of organophosphorous chemical warfare agents: quantification of diethylchlorophosphate.
[6] Extending photophysical behavior of Schiff base tripod for the speciation of iron and fabrication of INHIBIT type molecular logic gate for fluorogenic recognition of Zn(II) and Cd(II) ions.
[7] New approach for the quantification of metallic species in healthcare products based on optical switching of a Schiff base possessing ONO donor set.

[8] Fluorescent biogenic Schiff base compounds of dimethyltin. 

[9] Schiff base tailed silatranes for the fabrication of functionalized silica based magnetic nano-cores possessing active sites for the adsorption of copper ions.

[10] A stannatrane-like [,6] heterotricyclic stannate anion possessing rhodanide antennae: A chromoreactand for Fe3+, Cu2+ and Co2+ ions.

[11] Prospects of silatranyl dye derivatives in cotton dyeing process and dye effluent treatment: a comparative study of methyl red and its silatranyl derivative.

[12] Zn2+ conjugated Schiff base organic nanoparticles for selective quantification and degradation of diethyl chlorophosphate in aqueous media: Application to green vegetables. Click for details.

[13] Tricyclic tin(IV) cages: synthesis aspects and intriguing features of stannatranes and pseudostannatranes. Click for full article