My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Publications in International Journals
1. “Spectral, redox and catalytic studies of triphenylphosphine/triphenylarsine complexes of Ru(III) with N, O donor ligands derived from 2-hydroxy-1-naphthaldehyde and primary amines”
V. Mahalingam, R. Karvembu, V. Chinnusamy, K. Natarajan, Spectrochimica Acta Part A 64 (2006) 886-890.
2. “New Ru(II)-dmso complexes with heterocyclic hydrazone ligands towards cancer chemotherapy” **
V. Mahalingam, N. Chitrapriya, F. R. Fronczek and K. Natarajan, Polyhedron 27 (2008) 1917-1924.
3. “Dimethyl sulfoxide ruthenium(II) complexes of thiosemicarbazones and semicarbazone: Synthesis, characterization and biological studies”
V. Mahalingam, N. Chitrapriya, F. R. Fronczek and K. Natarajan, Polyhedron 27 (2008) 2743-2750.
4. “Ru(II)-DMSO complexes containing aromatic- and heterocyclic acid hydrazides: Structure, electrochemistry and biological activity”
V. Mahalingam, N. Chitrapriya, M. Zeller and K. Natarajan, Polyhedron 28 (2009) 1532-1540.
5. “New Ru(II)-DMSO complexes of ON/SN chelates: Synthesis, behavior of Schiff bases towards hydrolytic cleavage of C=N bond, electrochemistry and biological activities” ***
V. Mahalingam, N. Chitrapriya, F. R. Fronczek and K. Natarajan, Polyhedron 29 (2010) 3363-3371.
6. “Synthetic and biological studies on dehydroacetic acid complexes of Ru(II) and Ru(III) containing PPh3/AsPh3”
N. Chitrapriya, V. Mahalingam, M. Zeller, R. Jayabalan, K. Swaminathan and K. Natarajan, Polyhedron 27 (2008) 939-946.
7. “Synthesis, characterization and crystal structures of cyclometallated Ru(II) carbonyl complexes formed by hydrazones”
N. Chitrapriya, V. Mahalingam, M. Zeller and K. Natarajan, Polyhedron, 27 (2008) 1573-1580.
8. “Novel Ru(II) oximato Complexes with Silent oxygen atom: Synthesis, Chemistry and Biological activities”
N. Chitrapriya, V. Mahalingam, L. C. Channels, M. Zeller, F. R. Fronczek and K. Natarajan, Inorganica Chimica Acta, 361 (2008) 2841-2850.
9. “Synthesis, Characterization, crystal structures and DNA-binding studies of Ni(II) hydrazone complexes”
N. Chitrapriya, V. Mahalingam, M. Zeller and K. Natarajan, Inorganica Chimica Acta 363 (2010) 3685-3693.
10. “Synthesis, Characterization and DNA-binding studies of Ru(II) complexes containing oxime ligands”
N. Chitrapriya, V. Mahalingam, M. Zeller and K. Natarajan, H. Lee, Journal of Molecular Structure 984 (2010) 30-38.
** Rated one of the Top 25 Hottest Articles in Polyhedron (Issues: April to June 2008)
*** Rated one of the Top 25 Hottest Articles in Polyhedron (Issues: Oct to Dec 2010)
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Prof Emeritus. Dr.K.Natarajan's Group, Department of Chemistry, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, India
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