My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
*Nanochemistry, Synthesis of carbon nanomaterials and application of funtionalization chemistry, Application of carbon nanomaterials for bioimaging, Doping of luminescent carbon nanomaterials to inorganic materials, Synthesis of metal nanoparticles using sugars as capping agents
*Synthesis of carbon nanomaterials from the common carbonaceous sources
*Revert the nature of carbon nanomaterials from hydrophobic to hydrophilic
*Composites of graphene with metal complexes/nanoparticles for anode materials for alcohol fuel cells
*Development of encapsulation technique for multiwall carbon nanotubes.
Other Research Interest: Core-Shell metal-carbon nanoparticles for MRI contrast agents.
*Photoluminescent nanoparticles for bioimaging
*Metal-carbon nanocomposite for hydrogen storage & methanol fuel cell
*To develop encapsulation technique for MWCNT
1.“Synthesis of Carbogenic Nanospheres from Peanut skin.” M. Saxenaa and S. Sarkar, Diam. and Relat. Mater. 24, 11-14 (2012).
2.“Non-toxicity of water soluble multi-walled carbon nanotube on Escherichia-coli colonies” Manas Roy, S. K. Sonkar, S. Tripathi, M. Saxena and S. Sarkar, J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol. 12, 1754-1759 (2012).
3.“A new calcium(II) coordination polymer based on a µ2-bridging tridentate 4-nitrobenzoate.” B. R Srinivasan, S. Y. Shetgaonkar, M. Saxena and C. Näther, INDIAN J. CHEM. 50A, 435-443 (2012).
4.“Nanocomposites of carbon quantum dots–nickel (II) dithiolene as nanolights.” A. Begum, S. K. Sonkar, M. Saxena, and S. Sarkar, J. Mater. Chem. 21, 19210–19213 (2011).
5.“Carbon Nano-onions for imaging the life cycle of Drosophila Melanogaster.” M. Ghosh, S. K. Sonkar, M. Saxena and S. Sarkar, Small 22, 3170-3177 (2011).
6.“From molecular to micro structure via nanostructure of a nickel (II) dithiolene complex.” A. Begum, M. Saxena, S. K. Sonkar and S. Sarkar, INDIAN J. CHEM. 50A, 1257-1262 (2011).
7.“Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube-Polystyrene Composite Modified Pt Electrode as an Electrochemical Gas Sensor” P. K. Chaudhury, P. Dubey, M. Saxena, and S. Sarkar, Adv. Sci. Lett. 4, 558-560 (2011).
8.“Carbon Nanocubes and Nanobricks from Pyrolysis of Rice” S. Sonkar, M. Saxena, M. Saha and S. Sarkar, J. Nanosci. Nanotechnol. 10, 4064-4067 (2010)
Manuscript submitted/under review:
1.“Turbostratic Graphene: A hidden contaminant in roasted food from Mesolithic age.” M. Saxena and S. Sarkar.
2.“Carbon nanoparticles from Naan (yeast leavened bread) and its bio-imaging application.” M. Saxena and S. Sarkar.
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Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
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