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Solid State Chemistry and Catalysis  Lab 


Latest News

SCP Family Wholeheartedly welcomes new members to the group

SSCCL Lab welcomes Sayan, Diku and Saurav (PhD Student); Dr. Sujit Kumar Guchhait, and Dr. Bishnubasu Giri (Research Associate); Manami and Madhurima (R&D Assistant)

Devender, Sathyapal, Debabrata, Ashutosh and Riyaz for the recent publication in ACS Catalysis

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Congratulations Arjun, Bitan, Debabrata, Ashutosh, Sathyapal and Riyaz for the recent publication in Journal of Material Chemistry A

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Congratulations Arjun, Bitan, and Sathyapal for the recent publication in Applied Catalysis B : Environmental


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Congratulations Soumi, Debabrata, Ashutosh, and Riyaz for the recent publication in Journal of Chemical Society (JACS)

In-situ Mechanistic Insights for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Chemically Modulated Ordered Intermetallic Catalyst Promoting Complete Electron Transfer

Congratulations Debabrata, Ashutosh, and Arjun for the recent publication in Advanced Materials

Congratulations Soumi, Debabrata, Risov, and Ashutosh for the recent publication in Advanced Materials

Morphology Tuned Pt3Ge Accelerates Water Dissociation to Industrial Standard Hydrogen Production over a wide pH Range

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Congratulations Risov, Kousik and Bitan for the recent publication in Energy and Environmental Science 


JNCASR is proud to establish National Centre for Carbon Capture and Utilization (NCCCU), a Centre of Excellence in the field of CO2 Capture, Utilization and Storage, supported by DST India.

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About us

The group focuses on the Design and development of inorganic materials  for CO2 capture and reduction to value added chemicals (methanol, ethanol, DME, CH4, olefines), catalysts for Fuel Cell and water splitting, electrodes for energy storage (batteries) and catalysts for the important industrial organic reactions. The group also concentrates the synthesis of novel intermetallic compounds and discovers its novel magnetic and transport properties. The team also translates the fundamental research on CO2 reduction to the industry through its own start-up Breathe Applied Sciences Pvt Ltd.