Dr. Lipeeka Rout

Qualification : Ph.D. (NIT, Rourkela)

 

Details of Educational Qualification:

Course Specialization Group College Name/University Year of Passing
Post-doctoral Fellow Chemistry Chemistry Trinity College Dublin, Ireland 08/2019 - 07/2021
Post-doctoral Fellow Chemistry Chemistry Pusan National University, South Korea 05/2018 - 07/2019
Ph.D. Chemistry Chemistry National Institute of Technology, Rourkela 2019
M.S. Chemistry Chemistry National Institute of Technology, Rourkela 2012
B.Sc. Chemistry Chemistry Ramadevi Women’s Autonomous College, Bhubaneswar 2010

My Publications

S.No Title of the Paper Full Details of Journal Name / Conference Name, Volume number, page number, Date
1 “Rational design of thermoresponsive func- tionalized MCM-41 and their decoration with bimetallic Ag-Pd nanoparticles for catalytic application”. In: Micropor. Mesopor. Mat., 2020, 291, 1097112. [IF: 5.4]
2 “Ionic liquid assisted combustion synthesis of ZnO and its modification by AuSn bimetallic nanoparticles: An efficient photocata- lyst for degradation of organic contaminants”. In: Mater. Chem. Phys., 2019, 232, 339-353. [IF: 4.0]
3 “Microwave-Assisted Efficient One-Pot Multi- Component Synthesis of Octahydroquinazolinone Derivatives Catalyzed by [email protected] Core-Shell Nanoparticle”. In: Chem. Select, 2019, 4, 5696-5706. [IF: 2.1]
4 “Bimetallic Au-Cu Alloy Nanoparticles on Reduced Graphene Oxide Support: Synthesis, Catalytic Activity and Investigation of Synergistic Effect by DFT Analysis”. In: Appl. Catal. A: General., 2017, 538, 107. [IF: 5.7]
5 “Bimetallic Ag–Cu alloy nanoparticles as a highly active catalyst for the enamination of 1,3 dicarbonyl compounds”. In: RSC Adv., 2016, 6, 49923. [IF: 3.3]
6 “Supported Bimetallic AgSn Nanoparticle as an Efficient Photocatalyst for Degradation of Methylene Blue Dye”. In: Nano, 2015, 10, 1550059. [IF: 1.3] Peer-reviewed articles (Co-author)
7 “In-Situ Thermosensitive Hybrid Mesoporous Silica: Preparation and the Catalytic Activities for Carbonyl Compound Reduction”. In: Dalton Trans., 2021, 50, 11730-11741. [IF: 4.4]
8 “Solvent free synthesis of chalcones over graphene oxide-supported MnO2 catalysts synthesized via combustion route”. In: Materials Chemistry and Physics, 2021, 259, 124019-124034. [IF: 4.1]
9 “Facile synthesis of silver nanoparti- cles stabilized dual responsive silica nanohybrid: A highly active switchable catalyst for oxidation of alcohols in an aqueous medium”. In: Colloids Surf. A, 2021, 125846. [IF: 4.5]
10 “Palladium nanoparticles-anchored dual- responsive SBA-15-PNIPAM/PMAA nanoreactor: a novel heterogeneous catalyst for a green Suzuki–Miyaura cross-coupling reaction”. In: RSC Adv., 2020, 10, 28193-28204. [IF: 3.3]
11 “Silver nanoparticles impregnated pHrespon- sive nanohybrid system for the catalytic reduction of dyes”. In: Micropor. Mesopor. Mat., 2020, 303, 110260. [IF: 5.4]
12 “Pd nanoparticle incorpo- rated mesoporous silicas with excellent catalytic activity and dual responsivity”. In: Colloids Surf. A, 2020, 585, 124074. [IF: 4.5]
13 “Ionic liquid assisted mesoporous silica-graphene oxide nanocomposite synthesis and its application for removal of heavy metal ions from water”. In: Mater. Chem. Phys., 2020, 239, 122028. [IF: 4.0]
14 “Phosphate functionalized graphene oxide with enhanced catalytic activity for Biginelli type reaction under microwave condition”. In: Chem. Engg. J., 2018, 331, 300. [IF: 13.2]
15 “An investigation of heavy metal adsorption by hexa-dentate ligand-modified magnetic nanocomposites”. In: Sep. Sci. Tech., 2018, 53, 863. [IF: 1.7]
16 “Greener Route for Synthesis of aryl and alkyl- 14H-dibenzo [a.j] xanthenes using Graphene Oxide-Copper Ferrite Nanocomposite as a Recyclable Heterogeneous Catalyst”. In: Sci. Reports, 2017, 7, 42975. [IF: 3.9]
17 “A combustion synthesis route for magnetically separable graphene oxide–CuFe2O4–ZnO nanocomposites with enhanced solar light- mediated photocatalytic activity”. In: New Journal of Chemistry, 2017, 41, 10568- 10583. [IF: 3.2]
18 “An investigation into the solar light-driven enhanced photocatalytic properties of graphene oxide–SnO2–TiO2 ternary nanocom- posite”. In: RSC Adv., 2106, 6, 32074. [IF: 3.3]
19 “Impact of imidazolium- based ionic liquids on the structure and stability of lysozyme”. In: Spectroscopy Lett., 2106, 49, 383. [IF: 0.8]
20 “Design of a graphene oxide-SnO2 nanocom- posite with superior catalytic efficiency for the synthesis of β-enaminones and β- enaminoesters”. In: RSC Adv., 2105, 5, 39193. [IF: 3.3]
21 “The Removal efficiency of Pb(II) from aqueous solution by 1-alkyl-3- methylimidazolium bromide ionic liquid mediated mesoporous silica”. In: J. Environ. Chem. Engg., 2105, 3, 1356. [IF: 5.9]
22 “Bimetallic Nanoparticle Anchored Graphene Oxide as an Efficient Catalyst for Reduction of P-Nitrophenol”. In: International Union of Materials Research Society, IISc Bangalore, India.
23 “Design of supported and unsupported bimetallic nanopar- ticles for catalytic and photocatalytic applications”. In: International Conference on Nanoscience, Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials, GITAM university, Vishakhapatnam, India.
24 “Supported AgSn Nanoparticles as Efficient Photocata- lyst for Visible Light Degradation of Methylene Blue Dye”. In: National Confer- ence on “Chemistry in the 21st Century”, MEMS Balasore, India.
25 “Rational Design of Thermoresponsive (p-Nipam)/MCM- 41 and their Decoration with Bimetallic Ag-Pd Nanoparticles for Dehalogenation Reaction”. In: Korea Society of Polymer Science, Busan, South Korea.
26 “Design of Novel Bimetallic Nanocatalysts for Catalytic and Photocatalytic Applications”. In: Research Scholar’s Week, NIT Rourkela, India.
27 “Bimetallic Nanoparticles for One Pot Synthesis of Fine Chemicals: An eco-friendly Approach”. In: International Symposium of Material Chemistry, BARC, Mumbai, India.
28 “Rational Design of Supported AgSn as Efficient Pho- tocatalyst for Visible Light Degradation of Methylene Blue Dye”. In: IInd Inter- national Conference on Advanced Functional Materials, Thiruvananthapuram,
29 “Design of Supported AgSn as Efficient Photocatalyst for Visible Light Degradation of Methylene Blue Dye”. In: Advances in Chemistry and Their Biological and Industrial Relevance, NIT Rourkela, India.