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Department of Chemistry

Research Details

Approved Research Centre by Anna University

No. of Research Supervisor : 02

No. of Reasearch Scholar Completed Ph.D. : 04

  1. Dr. R. Udhayasuriyan (2022)
  2. Dr. J. Dennis Bilavendiran (2021)
  3. Dr. S. Gopinath (2020)
  4. Dr. S. Uthayanila (2017)

Research scholars currently doing Ph.D. (As on July 2023)

Full Time Ph.D. Scholar : 02

  1. Mrs. Nathiya-2021 Registration
  2. Mrs. Kanchana-2017 Registration

Part Time Ph.D. Scholar : 02

  1. Mr. Boopal Arasu
  2. Mr. Mohan Kumar

List of Publications: Since 2022

  1. Sivakumar, K., (2023). Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles Decorated on Arundo donax L. Plant Leaves Derived Silica Nanosheets for Enriched Catalytic Degradation of Organic Dye Under UV-Visible Light Irradiation. Silicon, 15(4), 1725-1737. (Impact Factor: 2.941)
  2. Sivakumar, K., (2023). Design and Synthesis of Potential Pyrrole Coupled Carbothioamide Derivatives and its Antibacterial Studies against Superbug MRSA Biointerface Research in Applied Chemistry, 13 (6), 533. (Impact Factor: 0.245)
  3. Sivakumar, K., (2023). Constructing Z-scheme g-C3N4/TiO2 hetero structure for promoting degradation of the hazardous dye pollutants. Chemosphere, 311, 136928. (Impact Factor: 8.943)
  4. Sivakumar, K., (2022). Energetic two-dimensional g-C3N4 nanosheets combined with ZnO nanoparticles as effectual catalyst for degradation of MB dye under UV–Visible-light irradiation. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, 33(31), 24340-24353. (Impact Factor: 2.779)
  5. Sivakumar, K., (2022). Silica nanoparticles derived from Arundo donax L. ash composite with Titanium dioxide nanoparticles as an efficient nanocomposite for photocatalytic degradation dye. Chemosphere, 307, 135951. (Impact Factor: 8.943)
  6. Sivakumar, K., (2022). Facile NMI-MsCl mediated synthesis of novel pyrazole derivatives bearing heteroaryl amides as potent antimicrobial agents. ARKIVOC: Online Journal of Organic Chemistry. Vol. 2022, p147-158. (Impact Factor: 0.689)