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Solid State and Inorganic Chemistry Lab 

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Highlights

Congratulations Mr. Risov Das for his successful Ph.D. Thesis Colloquium

Congratulations Risov, Kousik and Sathyapal for the recent publication in Chemical Communications

Activating Oxygen deficient TiO2 in visible region by Bi2MoO6 for CO2 photoreduction to Methanol

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Congratulations Debabrata and Ashutosh for the recent publication in ACS Nano

Potential- and Time-Dependent Dynamic Nature of an Oxide-Derived PdIn Nanocatalyst during Electrochemical CO2 Reduction

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

Green Transformation of CO2 to Ethanol using Water and Sunlight by Cooperative Endeavour of Naturally Abundant Red Phosphorus and Bi2MoO6

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

Structure-Tailored Surface Oxide on Cu-Ga Intermetallics Enhances CO2 Reduction Selectivity to Methanol at Ultra-Low Potential

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Group Highlights

Congratulations Mr. Ashutosh Kumar Singh for his successful Ph.D. Thesis Colloquium

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Congratulations Dr. Arjun Cherevotan for his successful Ph.D. Thesis Defense

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SCP Family wishes Mr. Anish Yadav all the best for his next chapter as a Ph.D. Student at Purdue University, USA

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Congratulations Mr. Debabrata Bagchi for his successful Ph.D. Thesis Colloquium

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Congratulations Mr. Risov Das for his successful Ph.D. Thesis Colloquium

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Highlights

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.

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