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Chemist, User of nanotechnology products
My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Our group is focusing to solving basic challenges and finally technology development with basic scientific research. Interested area of our research are briefly mentioned here.
Low-dimensional new nano-materials:
We are highly motivated to develop new low-dimensional nano-materials and exploring their properties.
Our research interest is to design and synthesize bio-compatible multi-modal carbon nano-materials for bio-imaging. This multi-modal bio-imaging agent will show activity toward bio-imaging as well as MRI-agent. our goal is to develop inert, bio-compatible material for the purpose.
Interest in...
New low dimensional materials
Plant stimulators
Materials for water purification
Publication list
Book Chapter:
1. Molybdenum/Tungsten Chalcogenides: Synthesis, Structure and Applications. Joyee Mitra and Manav Saxena, 2016 (Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Publisher: American Scientific, USA)
2. Fluorescent carbon nanoparticles for bio-imaging applications. Manav Saxena, Joyee Mitra and Sabyasachi Sarkar, 2016 (Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Publisher: American Scientific, USA)
Peer reviewed journal publications:
1. Structural insights into hydrogenated graphite prepared from fluorinated graphite through Birch−type reduction X. Zhang, K. Goossens, W. Li, X. Chen, X. Chen, Manav Saxena, S. H. Lee, C. W. Bielawski, Rodney S. Ruoff. Carbon (Publisher: Elsevier) 121, 309-321, 2017.
2. Sodide and organic halides effect covalent functionalization of single and bilayer graphene. M. Biswal, X. Zhang, D. Schilter, T. K. Lee, D. Y. Hwang, Manav Saxena, S. H. Lee, S. Chen, S. K. Kwak, C. W. Bielawski, W. S. Bacsa, Rodney S. Ruoff. Journal of the American Chemical Society (Publisher: American Chemical Society), 139, 4202-4210, 2017.
3. Nanocerium oxide increases the survival of adult rod and cone photoreceptor in culture by abrogating hydrogen peroxide-induced oxidative stress. N. Bhargava, V. Shanmugaiah, Manav Saxena, M. Sharma, N. K. Sethy, S. K. Singh, K. Balakrishnan, K. Bhargava, Mainak Das. Biointerphases (Publisher: American Institute of Physics) 11, 031016, 2016.
4. The seed stimulant effect of nano iron pyrite is compromised by nano cerium oxide: Regulation by the trace ionic species generated in the aqueous suspension of iron pyrite. C. K. Das, G. Srivastava, A. Dubey, S. Verma,Manav Saxena, M. Roy, N. K. Sethy, K. Bhargava, S. K. Singh, S. Sarkar, D. Philip, Mainak Das. RSC Advances(Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry), 6, 67029-67038,2016.
5. Nano-iron pyrite seed dressing: a sustainable intervention to reduce fertilizer consumption in vegetable (beetroot, carrot), spice (fenugreek), fodder (alfalfa), and oilseed (mustard, sesamum) crops. C. K. Das, G. Srivastava, A. Dubey, M. Roy, S. Jain, N. K. Sethy, Manav Saxena, S. Harke, S. Sarkar, K. Misra, S. K. Singh, K. Bhargava, D. Philip, Mainak Das. Nanotechnology for Environmental Engineering (Publisher: Springer), 1:2, (DOI 10.1007/s41204-016-0002-7) 2016.
6. Heavily nitrogen doped graphene supercapacitor from silk cocoon. Vikrant Sahu, Sonia Grover, Brindan Tulachan, Meenakshi Sharma, Gaurav Srivastava, Manas Roy, Manav Saxena, Niroj Sethy, Kalpana Bhargava, Deepu Philip, Hansung Kim, Gurmeet Singh, Sushil Kumar Singh, Mainak Das, Raj Kishore Sharma. Electrochimica Acta (Publisher: Elsevier), 160, 244-253, 2015.
7. Carbon nanoparticles present in ‘biochar’ boost wheat (Triticum aestivum) plant growth. Manav Saxena, Sheli Maity and Sabyasachi Sarkar, RSC Advances (Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry), 4, 39948-39954 2014.
8. Involuntary graphene intake with food and medicine. Manav Saxena and Sabyasachi Sarkar. RSC Advances (Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry), 4, 30162-30167, 2014.
9. Water soluble nano carbons arrest the growth of mosquito. Manav Saxena, Sumit Kumar Sonkar and Sabyasachi Sarkar. RSC Advances (Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry), 3, 25504-25508, 2013.
10. Fluorescence imaging of human erythrocytes by carbon nanoparticles isolated from food stuff and their fluorescence enhancement by blood plasma. Manav Saxena and Sabyasachi Sarkar, Material Express (Publisher: American Scientific), 3, 201-209, 2013.
11. Synthesis of Carbogenic Nanospheres from Peanut skin.Manav Saxena and Sabysachi Sarkar, Diamond and Related Materials (Publisher: Elsevier),24, 11-14, 2012.
12. Non-toxicity of water soluble multi-walled carbon nanotube on Escherichia-coli colonies. Manas Roy, Sumit Kumar Sonkar, Shweta Tripathi, Manav Saxena and Sabyasachi Sarkar,Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (Publisher: American Scientific), 12, 1754-1759, 2012.
13. A new calcium (II) coordination polymer based on a µ2-bridging tridentate 4-nitrobenzoate. Bikshandarkoil R Srinivasan, Santosh Y. Shetgaonkar, Manav Saxena and Christian Näther, Indian Journal of Chemistry A (Publisher: NISCAIR), 50A, 435-443, 2012.
14. Nanocomposites of carbon quantum dots–nickel (II) dithiolene as nanolights. Ameerunisha Begum, Sumit K. Sonkar, Manav Saxena, and Sabyasachi Sarkar, Journal of Materials Chemistry (Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry) 21, 19210-19213, 2011.
15. Carbon Nano-onions for imaging the life cycle of Drosophila Melanogaster. Mitrajit Ghosh, Sumit Kumar Sonkar, Manav Saxena and Sabyasachi Sarkar, Small (Publisher: Wiley) 22, 3170-3177, 2011. (selected as frontispiece)
16. From molecular to micro structure via nanostructure of a nickel (II) dithiolene complex. Ameerunisha Begum, Manav Saxena, Sumit K. Sonkar and Sabyasachi Sarkar, Indian Journal of Chemistry A(Publisher: NISCAIR), 50A, 1257-1262, 2011. (Special Issue Dedicated to Acharya P C Ray)
17. Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube-Polystyrene Composite Modified Pt Electrode as an Electrochemical Gas Sensor. Pradeep K. Chaudhury, Prashant Dubey, Manav Saxena, and Sabyasachi Sarkar, Advanced Science Letters (Publisher: American Scientific), 4, 558-560, 2011.
18. Carbon Nanocubes and Nanobricks from Pyrolysis of Rice. Sumit Sonkar, Manav Saxena, Mitali Saha and Sabyasachi Sarkar, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (Publisher: American Scientific),10, 4064-4067, 2010.
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Center of Nano Materials Science, Jain University
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Junior Research Fellow (JRF)

Posted on September 1, 2017 at 9:30am 0 Comments

Applications are invited for the post of Junior Research Fellow for the project entitled “Synthesis of separable catalysts for water soluble coloring-pollutants degradation for water purification" sanctioned via letter no 11(39)/17/010/2017SG in Discipline of Chemistry, Centre for Nano and Material Sciences (CNMS), Jain University Bangalore, Karnataka.



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