Dr. Ranita Biswas
The broad area of research for JCLABS is particle technology. The size range of interest is from nano to micro and a variety of application areas including nanofluid, anti-reflective coating and viral growth are addressed. We understand how parrticles behaves and believe that similar principles can be applied to solve a range of problems. Our application area spens from large scale industrial application like cleaning of spent sulfuric acids to making branched zinc oxide nanostructures for solar cells. Although our current interest includes experimental demonstration of easier synthesis protocols for nano and microstructures, the background theory and models are always in work to supply the necessary theoretical and quantitative support to the experiments. Current broad research area are as follows:
Rapid synthesis of zinc oxide nanoforest: use of microwave and forced seeding by Surajit Ghosh, Jayanta Chakraborty, Materials Research Express, 3 (125004) (2016)
Economical and high throughput synthesis of copper nanopowder using continuous stirred tank and tubular flow reactors by Swarnendu Chatterjee, Nitai Chandra Maji, Aabid Hussain Shaik, Jayanta Chakraborty, Chemical Engineering Journal, 304 (241–250) (2016).
A simple room temperature fast reduction technique for the preparation of copper nanosheet powder by Aabid Hussain Shaik RSC Advances, 6 (14952-14957) (2016).
Synthesis of monodisperse copper nanoparticles using a modified digestive ripening technique and formation of superlattices by Shaik Aabid Hussain and Jayanta Chakraborty RSC Advances, 5 (85974-85977) (2015).
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