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Teacher
My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Synthesis of Nano Sized metal Oxides
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Catalyzing different Organic reactions by using nanosized metal oxides
Publication list
Annexure- I
LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
Journal articles:
 Uma Shanker, Brij Bhushan, G. Bhattacharjee and Kamaluddin, “Formation of Nucleobases from Formamide in Presence of Iron Oxides: Implication in Chemical Evolution and Origin of Life”. Astrobiology, 11 (3) 225-233 (2011).
 Brij Bhushan, Uma Shanker, G. Bhattacharjee and Kamaluddin, “Adsorption of Ribose Nucleotide on Manganese Oxides with Varied Mn/O ratio: Implication in Chemical Evolution and Origin of Life”. Origin of Life and Evolution of Biosphere 41(5) 469-482 (2011).
 Uma Shanker, Brij Bhushan, G. Bhattacharjee and Kamaluddin “Oligomerization of Glycine and Alanine Catalyzed by Iron Oxides: Implication in Chemical Evolution and Origin of life”. Origin of Life and Evolution of Biosphere (Accepted in press).
 Uma Shanker, Brij Bhushan, G. Bhattacharjee and Kamaluddin “Interaction of Aromatic Amines with Iron Oxides: Implications for Chemical Evolution (Communicated to Talanta).


















Annexure- II
CONFERENCE CONTRIBUTIONS:

 Kamaluddin, G. Bhattcharjee and Uma Shanker, “Studies on Interaction of Metal Oxide with Ribose Nucleotides”, Abstract Book, Page No- 157, 26th Annual Conference of Indian Council of Chemists, Department of Chemistry, Dr. H.S.A. University Sagar (M.P.), INDIA, 26-28 February, 2008.
 Uma Shanker, Kamaluddin, and G. Bhattacharjee,”Formation of Various Nucleobases from Formamide in the Presence of Hematite: Probable Implication in the Chemical Evolution and Origin of Life”, 4th Uttarakhand State Science and Technology Congress, Abstract Book, pp 146, G.B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar, INDIA, Nov 10-12, 2009.
 Uma Shanker and Kamaluddin, “Synthesis and Characterization of Iron Oxide Hydroxide Polymorphs and their Possible Role in Chemical Evolution and Origin of Life”, National Symposium for Materials Research Scholars, (MR-09), Deptt. of Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science, IITB, Mumbai, INDIA, 8-9 May 2009. Abstract Book pp. 179.
 Uma Shanker, Kamaluddin, and Brij Bhushan, “Hematite-Water System and Its Relevance in Chemical Evolution on Mars”, Abstract Book pp 13, National Symposium on Emerging Trends in Chemical Analysis & Synthesis, Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering and Technology, Sangrur, INDIA, 12–13 March, 2009.
 Kamaluddin, G. Bhattcharjee and Uma Shanker, “Hematite-Water System: Its Possible Role in Chemical Evolution on Mars”, Abstract Books pp 40, XV International Conference on the Origin of Life, Florence, ITALY, 24-29 Aug, 2008.
 Uma Shanker, and Kamaluddin, “Synthesis and Interaction of NickelOctacyanomolybdate(IV) with Ribose Nucleotides”, Abstract Book pp 18, 27th Annual Conference of Indian Council of Chemists, Department of Chemistry, Gurukul Kangri Vishwa Vidyalaya, Haridwar, INDIA, 26-28 December 2008.
 Kamaluddin and Uma Shanker, “Hematite–water system on mars: its Implication in Astrobiology”, Abstract Book pp 53, 11th Eurasia Conference on Chemical Sciences, The dead Sea, JORDON, 6-10 October, 2010.
 Kamaluddin and Uma Shanker, “Role of Iron Oxides in Oligomerization of Glycine and Alanine: Implication in Chemical Evolution and Origin of Life” Abstract book pp 61, International Conference on Joint ISSOL/Bioastronomy meeting, Montpellier (France), July 3-8, 2011.
 Uma Shanker, G. Bhattacharjee and Kamaluddin “ Formation of Nucleobases from Formamide in the Presence of Iron Oxides”, Abstract Book pp26, III International conference BIOSPHERE ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION, Rethymno, Crete, Greece, 14-20, Oct. 2011.
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