Dr. Nandini Kumari (Ph.D)
BASIC INFORMATION :
- Name: Dr. Nandini Kumari
- Gender: Female
- Department: Chemistry
Work Experience :
Research Associate (CSIR), Indian Institute Of Technology, Kanpur, U.P. India. From 01/07/2006 to 30/06/2007.
Eleven years and one month (11 yrs. and 01 months, as on 31st July 2021) of experience in Teaching at Patna Women’s College.
I have more than five years working experience as a Research fellow (Project Assistant and Senior Research Fellow) in the material Science Division, Regional Research
Laboratory (CSIR), Jorhat, Assam.
I have worked in the laboratory of Prof. P. K. Bharadwaj for a year on the synthesis of coordination polymers and their use as a heterogeneous catalyst.
Five and half years research experience in the area of Organometallic chemistry with an aim to develop an efficient catalyst for carbonylation of alcohols to acids and to produce
bio-chemically active molecules. Also have experience in development of an industrial process for making high strength proppants.
Awards and Scholarship Won :
1. Project Assistant: For two years in a “Oil Industrial Development Board” sponsored project on “Scale up study for making high strength proppants” – from 2000 march to 2002 August.
2. CSIR Senior Research Fellowship (SRF) : From 2002 September to 2005 August.
3. CSIR Research Associate (RA): From 2006 July to 2007 August.
4. Patent appreciation : From RRL Jorhat
- 1. Rhodium nitrone complexes: Efficient catalysts for carbonylation of methanol: Pankaj Das, Monalisha Borauh, Nandini Kumari, Manab Sharma, Dilip Konwar and Dipak Kumar Dutta, J. Mol. Catal. A: Chemical 178, 283-287, 2002.
2. Synthesis and characterization of ruthenium(II) complexes of different types of potential unsymmetrical hemilabile P-O and P-S donors ligands: Pankaj Das, Manab Sharma, Nandini Kumari, Dilip Konwar and Dipak Kumar Dutta, Ind. J. Chem. Sec A: 41A, 560-562, 2002.
3. Carbonylrhodium complexes of pyridine ligands and their catalytic activity towards carbonylation of methanol: Nandini Kumari, Manab Sharma, Pankaj Das and Dipak Kumar Dutta, Appl. Organomet. Chem. 16, 258 -264, 2002.
4. Rhodium(I) carbonyl complexes of ether-phosphine ligands and their reactivity : Pankaj Das, Dilip Konwar, Manab Sharma, Nandini Kumari and Dipak Kumar Dutta, Appl. Organomet. Chem. 16, 302-306, 2002.
5. Catalytic activity of dicarbonylrhodium complexes of amino benzoic acid ligands on carbonylation of alcohol: Manab Sharma, Nandini Kumari, Pankaj Das, Pratap Chutia and Dipak Kumar Dutta, J. Mol. Catal. A: Chemical 188, 25-35, 2002.
6. Carbonyl complexes of ruthenium(II) with unsymmetrical phosphine-phosphinesulfide ligands of the type Ph2P(CH2)nP(S)Ph2, n = 1 – 4: Pratap Chutia, Manab Sharma, Pankaj Das, Nandini Kumari, John Derek Woollins, Alexandra M Z Slawin and Dipak Kumar Dutta, Polyhedron 22, (19), 2725-2730, 2003.
7. Ruthenium(II) carbonyl complexes containing tertiaryphosphinechalcogenides ligands of the types Ph3PX; X=O, S, Se: Pratap Chutia, Nandini Kumari, Manab Sharma, J Derek Woollins, Alexandra M Z Slawin and Dipak Kumar Dutta, Polyhedron 23, 1657-1661, 2004.
8. Oxidative addition reaction of rhodium(I) carbonyl complexes of the pyridine-aldehyde ligands and their catalytic activity in carbonylation reaction: Nandini Kumari, Manab Sharma, Pratap Chuti and Dipak Kumar Dutta, J. Mol. Catal. A: Chemical 222,53-58,2004.
9.Dicarbonylrhodium(I) complexes of functionalized pyridine ligands and their catalytic activities: Nandini Kumari,Bhaskar Joyti Sarmah and Dipak Kumar Dutta, J. Mol. Catal. A: Chemial 266, 260-266, 2006.