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Dr. M. Ganguly

Qualification : Ph.D.

Details of Educational Qualification:

Course Specialization Group College Name/University Year of Passing
Postdoctoral researcher Nanoparticles induced ice
nucleation and environmental processes
Chemistry McGill University, Canada Feb 2017 – Oct 2019
Postdoctoral researcher Synthesis and Characterization
of DNA stabilized silver clusters
Chemistry Furman University, USA Sept 2014 – Aug 2016
Ph.D. Nanoscience and Spectroscopy Chemistry Indian Institute of Technology,Kharagpur 2014
M.Sc. Chemistry Chemistry Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee 2009
B.Sc. Chemistry Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry University of Calcutta 2007

Note : Students are advised to meet me in Room No SB 212 at any time other than my class hours mentioned in the below timetable for any discussions related to the subjects & research.

My Schedule for 2020-21

                                     

My Publications

S.No Title of the Paper Full Details of Journal Name / Conference Name, Volume number, page number, Date
1 Intriguing Fluorescence Behavior of Diiminic Schiff Bases in the Presence of in Situ Produced Noble Metal Nanoparticles. J. Phys. Chem. C (ACS) 115 (45), 2011, 22138-22147. Impact Factor 4.484
2 Purification of Gold Organosol by Solid Reagent. J. Phys. Chem. C (ACS) 116 (16), 2012, 9265-9273. Impact Factor 4.484
3 Diiminic Schiff Bases: An Intriguing Class of Compounds for a Copper- Nanoparticle-Induced Fluorescence Study. Chem. Eur. J. (Wiley) 18 (49), 2012, 15845-15855. Impact Factor 5.160
4 Synthesis of Highly Fluorescent Silver Clusters on Gold(I) Surface. Langmuir (ACS) 29 (6), 2013, 2033-2043. Impact Factor 3.789
5 Green Synthesis and Reversible Dispersion of a Giant Fluorescent Cluster in Solid and Liquid Phase. Langmuir (ACS) 29 (34), 2013, 10945-10958. Impact Factor 3.789
6 Tuning of Metal Enhanced Fluorescence for Sensing Applications. Dalton Trans. (RSC) 43 (3), 2014, 1032-1047. Impact Factor 4.099
7 Photoproduced Fluorescent Au(I)@(Ag2/Ag3)-Thiolate Giant Cluster: An Intriguing Sensing Platform for DMSO and Pb(II). Langmuir (ACS) 30 (1), 2014, 348-357. Impact Factor 3.789
8 Selective Dopamine Chemosensing Using Silver Enhanced Fluorescence. Langmuir (ACS) 30 (14), 2014, 4120-4128. Impact Factor 3.789
9 Aggregation of nitroaniline in tetrahydrofuran through intriguing H-bond formation by sodium borohydride. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. (RSC) 16 (25), 2014, 12865-12874. Impact Factor 3.906
10 Fluorescent Au(I)@Ag2/Ag3 Giant Cluster for Selective Sensing of Mercury(II) Ion. Dalton Trans. (RSC) 43 (30), 2014, 11557-11565. Impact Factor 4.099
11 Ligand Chain Length Conveys Thermochromism. Dalton Trans. (RSC) 43 (30), 2014, 11624-11636. Impact Factor 4.099
12 Intriguing Manipulation of Metal-Enhanced Fluorescence for the Detection of CuII and Cysteine. Chem. Eur. J. (Wiley) 20 (39), 2014, 12470 -12476. Impact Factor 5.160
13 Green Synthesis of Highly Fluorescent Au(I)@Ag2/Ag3-Thiolate Core-Shell Particles for Selective Recognition of Cysteine and Pb(II). Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. (RSC) 16 (34), 2014, 18185-18197. Impact Factor 3.906
14 Imine (-CH=N-) Brings Selectivity for Silver Enhanced Fluorescence. Dalton Trans. (RSC) 44 (9), 2015, 4370-4379. Impact Factor 4.099
15 Orange-Red Silver Emitters for Sensing Application and Bio- imaging. Dalton Trans. (RSC) 44 (25), 2015, 11457-11469. Impact Factor 4.099
16 DNA-Directed Fluorescence Switching of Silver Clusters. J. Phys. Chem. C (ACS) 119 (49), 2015, 27829-27837. Impact Factor 4.484
17 Synergism of gold and silver invites enhanced fluorescence for practical applications. RSC Adv. (RSC) 6 (21), 2016, 17683-17703 [Review]. Impact Factor 2.936
18 The Purely Inorganic Highly Efficient Ice Nucleating Particle. ACS Omega (ACS) 3(3), 2018, 3384-3395. Impact Factor 2.584
19 The Influence of Environmentally Relevant Physicochemical Conditions on a Highly Efficient Inorganic Ice Nucleating Particle. J. Phys. Chem. C (ACS) 122 (32), 2018, 18690-18704. Impact Factor 4.484
20 Cost-effective and Energy Efficient Mercury Removal-Recycling Technology. Scientific Reports (Nature) 8, 2018, 16255. Impact Factor 4.122
21 A DNA-Encapsulated Silver Cluster and the Roles of Its Nucleobase Ligands. J. Phys. Chem. C (ACS) 122 (49), 2018, 28382 - 28392. Impact Factor 4.484
22 Ice Nucleation of Model Nano-Micro Plastics: A Novel Synthetic Protocol and the Influence of Particle Capping at Diverse Atmospheric Environments. ACS Earth and Space Chem. (ACS) 3(9), 2019, 1729-1739. Impact Factor 2.243
23 Novel Removal Technology of Brilliant Green from Water: Influence of Post Oxidation, Environmental Conditions and Capping. ACS Omega (ACS) 4(7), 2019, 12107-12120. Impact Factor 2.584
24 Natural Kaolin: Sustainable technology for instantaneous and energy neutral recycling of anthropogenic mercury emissions. ChemSusChem (Wiley) DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201902955, Asap. Impact Factor 7.804, This article received distinction by the editor as "Very Important Article".
25 Crystal-Plane-Dependent Etching of Cuprous Oxide Nanoparticles of Varied Shapes and Their Application in Visible Light Photocatalysis. J. Phys. Chem. C (ACS) 117 (46), 2013, 24640-24653. Impact Factor 4.484
26 Fabrication of Porous β-Co(OH)2 Architecture at Room Temperature: A High Performance Supercapacitor. Langmuir (ACS) 29 (29), 2013, 9179-9187. Impact Factor 3.789
27 Hierarchical Au-CuO nanocomposite from redox transformation reaction for surface enhanced Raman scattering and clock reaction. CrystEngComm. (RSC) 16 (5), 2014, 883-893. Impact Factor 3.303
28 Fabrication of a ZnO nanocolumnar thin film on a glass slide and its reversible switching from a superhydrophobic to a superhydrophilic state. RSC Adv. (RSC) 3 (17), 2013, 5937-5944. Impact Factor 2.936
29 Robust cubooctahedron Zn3V2O8 in gram quantity: a material for photocatalytic dye degradation in water. CrystEngComm. (RSC) 15 (34), 2013, 6745–6751. Impact Factor 3.304
30 Pure inorganic gel: a new host with tremendous sorption capability. Chem. Commun. (RSC) 49 (82), 2013, 9428-9430. Impact Factor 6.290
31 Morphology Controlled Synthesis of SnS2 Nanomaterial for Promoting Photocatalytic Reduction of Aqueous Cr(VI) under Visible Light. Langmuir (ACS) 30 (14), 2014, 4157−4164. Impact Factor 3.789
32 Intriguing cysteine induced improvement of the emissive property of carbon dots with sensing applications.Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. (RSC) 17 (4), 2015, 2394-2403. Impact Factor 3.906
33 Precursor Salt Assisted Syntheses of High-Index Faceted Concave Hexagon and Nanorod like Polyoxometalates. Nanoscale (RSC) 7 (2), 2015, 708-719. Impact Factor 7.233
34 One pot synthesis of intriguing fluorescent carbon dots for sensing and live cell imaging. Talanta (Elsevier) 150, 2016, 253-264. Impact Factor 4.244
35 Enlightening Surface Plasmon Resonance Effect of Metal Nanoparticles for Practical Spectroscopic Application. RSC. Adv. (RSC) 6 (89), 2016, 86174-86211 [Review]. Impact Factor 2.936
36 Boron precursor dependent evolution of differently emitting carbon dots. Langmuir (ACS) 33 (2), 2017, 573-584. Impact Factor 3.789
37 A DNA-Encapsulated and Fluorescent Ag106+ Cluster with a Distinct Metal-Like Core. J. Phys. Chem. C (ACS) 121 (27), 2017, 14936-14945. Impact Factor 4.484
38 Repeated and Folded DNA Sequences and Their Modular Ag106+ Cluster. J. Phys. Chem. C (ACS) 122 (8), 2018, 4670-4680. Impact Factor 4.484
39 Deposition of Zinc Oxide Nanoflowers on different substrates as a thin film for useful applications. CrystEngComm. (RSC) 16 (20), 2014, 4322–4328. Impact Factor 3.304
40 One Pot Synthesis of Au-ZnO Nanocomposite for Plasmon-Enhanced Sunlight Driven Photocatalytic Activity. New J. Chem. (RSC) 38 (7), 2014, 2999-3005. Impact Factor 3.201
41 Silver nanoparticle anchored carbon dots for improved sensing, catalytic and intriguing antimicrobial activity. Dalton Trans. (RSC) 44 (47), 2015, 20692-20707. Impact Factor 4.099
42 Synthesis of multiwall carbon nanotube wrapped Co(OH)2 flakes : A high-performance supercapacitor. Appl. Surface Sci. (Elsevier) 359, 2015, 500-507. Impact Factor 4.439
43 Surface Plasmon Effect of Cu and Presence of n-p HeteroJunction in Oxide Nanocomposites for Visible Light Photocatalysis. J. Phys. Chem. C (ACS) 119(7), 2015, 3780-3790. Impact Factor 4.484
44 Carbon dot-MnO2 FRET system for fabrication of molecular logic gates. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical (Elsevier) 246, 2017, 716-725. Impact Factor 5.667
45 A Segregated, Partially Oxidized, and Compact Ag10 Cluster within an Encapsulating DNA. J. Am. Chem. Soc. (ACS) 138(10), 2016, 3469-3477. Impact Factor 14.357
46 Account of Nitroarene Reduction with Size and Facet Controlled CuO-MnO2 Nanocomposites. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces (ACS) 6 (12), 2014, 9173-9184. Impact Factor 8.097
47 Fluorescence enhancement via varied long-chain thiol stabilized gold nanoparticles: A study of far-field effect. Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy (Elsevier) 188, 2018, 551-560. Impact Factor 2.880
48 Ten- Atom Silver Cluster Signaling and Tempering DNA Hybridization. Anal. Chem. (ACS) 87 (10), 2015, 5302–5309. Impact Factor 6.042
49 Serendipitous Synthesis of Ag1.92Mo3O10·H2O Nanowires from AgNO3-Assisted Etching of Ammonium Phosphomolybdate: A Material with High Adsorption Capacity. Cryst. Growth Des. (ACS) 14 (10), 2014, 5034–5041. Impact Factor 3.972
50 Modified hydrothermal reaction (MHT) for CoV2O6.4H2O nanowire formation and the transformation to CoV2O6.2H2O single-crystals for antiferromagnetic ordering and spin-flop. RSC Adv. (RSC) 4 (100), 2014, 56977- 56983. Impact Factor 2.936
51 Fabrication of Superhydrophobic Copper Surface on Various Substrates for Roll-off, Self-Cleaning, and Water/Oil Separation. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces (ACS) 6 (24), 2014, 22034–22043. Impact Factor 8.097
52 A Complementary Palette of NanoCluster Beacons. ACS Nano (ACS) 8 (10), 2014, 10150–10160. Impact Factor 13.709
53 “THE ROLE IRON OXIDE NANOCOMPOSITES IN THE FORMATION OF EFFICIENT ICE NUCLEATING PARTICLES WITH SUSTAINABLE REMEDIATION" Oral presentation, 102nd Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition. Quebec, QC (Canada). June 3 - June 7, 2019.
54 “KAOLIN-IRONOXIDE-HG2CL2 NANOCOMPOSITES fOR ICE NUCLEATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION" Oral presentation, Air &Waste Management Association's 112th Annual Conference and Exhibition. Quebec, QC (Canada). June 24 - June 28, 2019.
55 “A Nano-trap for Sustainable Mercury Recycle Technology with the Formation of Efficient Ice nucleating Particles" Poster presentation, 27th International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics General Assembly. Montreal, QC (Canada). July 8 - July 18, 2019.
56 “Kaolin-ironoxide-Hg2Cl2 nanocomposites for ice nucleation and environmental remediation" Oral presentation, Gananoque Sciences and Engineering Conference (CREATE MINES OF KNOWLEDGE). Gananoque, ON (Canada). February 8 - February 10, 2019.
57 “A repeated and folded DNA sequence and its fluorescent silver cluster adduct" Oral presentation, Memphis, Tennessee (USA), 2015 Joint Southeastern/Southwest Regional ACS Meeting. November 4 - November 7, 2015.
58 “Imine brings selectivity in metal enhanced fluorescence" Oral presentation, Department of Applied Physics, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad (India). International conference on Structural and Physical Properties of solids. November 18 - November 20, 2013.
59 “Copper enhanced fluorescence in sensing application" Oral presentation, Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India. Diamond Jubilee Symposium on Recent trends in Chemistry. October 21 - October 23, 2011.
  • Name of the book: Recent Developments in Bio-Nanocomposites for Biomedical Applications.
    Nova Publishers (ISBN: 978-1-61761-513-9). Editor: Ashutosh Tiwari
    Chapter 7: Iron Nano-structure: a new dimension in biomedical science, Year: 2010, Page Number: 107 -132.
    Authors: M. Ganguly, Anjali Pal and Tarasankar Pal
  • Name of the book: Surface Plasmon Enhanced, Coupled and Controlled Fluorescence Wiley (Print ISBN: 9781118027936, Online ISBN: 9781119325161),
    Editor : Chris D. Geddes Chapter 9: Evolution, Stabilization, and Tuning of Metal-Enhanced Fluorescence in Aqueous Solution, Year: 2017, Page Number: 151 -178.
    Authors: Jayasmita Jana, M. Ganguly, and Tarasankar Pal