The department was established in the year 1990 and ever since has been imparting high quality education in chemistry at post graduate level. The department offers research programmes leading to the Ph.D. degree in some of the frontier areas of research. Further the department is also engaged in some outreach programmes with the active participation of the highly qualified faculty members. Laboratory facilities and infrastructural  match the best available elsewhere and include a variety of sophisticated analytical instruments ---and the like.

MISSION STATEMENT

“Dissemination and stimulation of scientific curiosity and general intellectual objectives aimed at producing matured and conscious citizens for human success and development”.
The mission of the department is fulfilled through the research, teaching and service activities of its faculty, staff and students. The department is committed to the pursuit of original research by its faculty members and research associates and through the research training of doctoral students. The department expects its faculty members to disseminate the results of research in peer-reviewed publications and at scientific meetings, and to secure external funding for the work in order to make the department the best in terms of excellence in education and research. Teaching activities encompass the training of research students and in-depth education at the master level. The faculty and staff are active in professional activities at the local and national levels, including the holding of offices in a number of organizations, such as the Indian Chemical Society, and serving on editorial boards.

AIM OF THE DEPARTMENT

From the beginning, the Department has tuned itself to the following aims and objectives:

  • To advance frontiers of knowledge in the area of the chemical sciences;
  • To build research capabilities as required by the national development and academic needs;
  • To produce teachers who will choose, produce and make use of local resources and educational media to enrich students’ learning;
  • To produce skilled man power of well-trained chemists, capable of taking up positions in various socioeconomic sectors of the country;
  • To develop capabilities for the provision of consultancy and technical services as well as short term specialized training to both public and private sectors;
  • To disseminate knowledge on chemistry and related areas through active participation in related professional activities, such as Chemical Societies of India, Regional Networking, Workshops, Symposia/Conferences and Publications.

TEACHING FACULTIES

Dr. Anand S Aswar
Professor & Head

Phone No.  0721-2662206 Ext-262(O)
0721-2666769(R)
Mobile:       09421790866
Email:       hodchemistry@sgbau.ac.in/anandaswar@yahoo.com

Academic

Ph.D .     :  1989 Nagpur University
M.Sc.      :  1986 Nagpur University

Teaching

  •   Inorganic Chemistry
  •   Analytical Chemistry
  •   Solid State chemistry
  •   Environmental Chemistry

Research

  • Coordination  Chemistry and catalysis
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Molecular Interactions
  • Ph.D. Awarded:23+2 (Submitted)
  • M.Phil. Awarded :17

 

Dr. Rajendra Prasad
Associate Professor

Phone No.  0721-2662206 Ext-262(O)
Mobile:       09423277117
Email:       theochem@gmail.com

Academic

Post Doc Positions: 
2007–2009: CSIR Pool Officer/SRA,
@ Banaras Hindu University, India
2004–2006: Lawrence Berkely National Laboratory, Berkeley;
University of California, Berkeley& Davis;
United States.
2001–2004:Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Theoretical Chemistry
Bochum, Germany
Ph.D .     : 2000, Banaras Hindu University, India
M.Sc.: 1994, Banaras Hindu University, India

Teaching

  • Theoretical and computational quantum chemistry
  • Photoelectron spectroscopy, Chemical Kinetics, Theory of reaction rates
  • Non-equilibrium Thermodynamics & Statistical Mechanics
  • Optical Methods, etc. in Physical Chemistry

Research

  • The fermion sign problem in the electronic structure quantum Monte Carlo simulations: an outstanding problem in computational physics
  • Electronic structure and properties of electronically excited species
  • Collaborations with experimental Inorganic/Organic/Physical chemists: Application of computational quantum chemistry

 

Dr. Jagruti M Barabde
Assistant Professor

Phone No.  0721-2662206 Ext-262(O)
Mobile:  09422868648     
Email:     jagrutidhore@sgbau.ac.in  : jagrutibrbd575@gmail.com

Academic

M.Sc.: NET

Teaching

  • Spectroscopy
  • Organic  Synthesis
  • Green Chemistry
  • Reagents and reactions

 

Research

Synthetic Organic Chemistry

Dr. Manisha M. Kodape
Assistant Professor

Phone No.    0721-2662206 Ext-262(O)
Mobile:        09423424412     
Email:          mmkodape@gmail.com   

Academic

Ph.D . : 2012 Sant  Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati, India
M.Phil.: 2008 Sant  Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati, India
NET: 2005
M.Sc.: 2004 Sant  Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati, India

Teaching

  • Nature and bonding in organic molecule and Stereochemistry
  • Spectroscopy
  • Mechanism of Molecular rearrangement
  • Formation of C-C bond, Design the synthesis based on retrosynthetic analysis
  • Chemo and regio selectivity, Applications of Organometallics

Research

  • Synthetic Organic Chemistry (Fluorescent Molecules, Green Chemistry)
  • Fractionation of natural extracts (Phytochemical Analysis)

COURSES OFFERED:

The department offers two year full time Master degree course in chemistry, which is taught in four semesters. Any candidate who is holding a B.Sc  degree in chemistry or a general B.Sc. with chemistry or Industrial chemistry as an optional subject from a recognized University is eligible for admission. The department provides a CBCS for its M.Sc course to suit the individual needs of the students. The department also offers a six month certificate course as ad-on in Commercial Methods of Chemical Analysis.
The M.Sc. course is delivered through a variety of lectures, workshops, interactive teaching and tutorials and is assessed through examinations, reports and assignments. During the program, students will have the opportunity to develop hands-on experience of state of the art practical training of the subject to provide balance coverage of advanced chemical knowledge across the range of organic, inorganic, physical, analytical chemistry and computer based techniques. The program is  rendered unique through application-oriented laboratory exercises designed to enable students acquire the skills essential to pursue successful professional careers in teaching, research or industry, in fields as diverse as medicine to materials, agriculture, environmental management, biotechnology, nano-science, etc
This master level course is designed as per demands from the industrial and research arena to enable chemistry post graduates to explore advanced chemistry topics, and then to undertake a significant piece of original research work in a selected field. Students from the department can also have an optional opportunity to avail any other credit from other departments. The detailed theory course structure for master degree is as follows:

Semester I

  1. Inorganic Chemistry
  2. Organic Chemistry
  3. Physical Chemistry-I
  4. Modern Methods of Separation

Semester II

  1. Co-ordination Chemistry
  2. Organic Chemistry-II
  3. Physical Chemistry-II
  4. Optical Methods and Environmental Chemistry

Semester III

  1. Spectroscopy-I
  2. Analytical Chemistry-I
  3. Special paper-I:
    1. Inorganic Chemistry (Bio-inorganic Chemistry)
    2. Organic Chemistry (Organic Synthesis-I)
    3. Physical Chemistry
    4. Industrial Chemistry (Heat Transfer, Unit Operations and Material Balances)
  4. Special paper-II:
    1. Inorganic Chemistry (Solid State Chemistry)
    2. Organic Chemistry (Natural Product-I)
    3. Physical Chemistry
    4. Industrial Chemistry (Processes Economics and Industrial Management)

Semester IV

  1. Spectroscopy-II
  2. General Analytical Chemistry
  3. Special paper-III:
    1.  Inorganic Chemistry (Photo-inorganic &Organo-metallic Chemistry)
    2. Organic Chemistry (Organic Synthesis-II)
    3. Physical Chemistry
    4. Industrial Chemistry (Unit processes)
  4. Special paper-IV:
    1.  Inorganic Chemistry (Material Chemistry)
    2. Organic Chemistry (Natural Product-II)
    3. Physical Chemistry
    4. Industrial Chemistry (Chemical Processes Industries)

During the tenure of M.Sc. course, every student has to take up the practical; course based on their common and special papers which covers experiments on organic, inorganic, physical , analytical chemistry and computer based techniques. Specialization is offers in the third and fourth semester of the M.Sc  programme and it covers all the topics of the field. The program syllabus is designed in a way that students will go through a rigorous training.  The students have to complete a project work for successful completion of M.Sc. course. The department prides itself on its education mission.

Scope of the Subject:
Chemistry is an exciting and challenging experimental science, which helps us to understand our world. Being one of the central sciences, it deals with the study of matter and its interaction with other matter and energy. It is fundamental for understanding other science disciplines like material science, biology and medicine. Chemistry frames knowledge of the natural world and continues to bring new technologies that are useful to every aspect of human life. Chemistry interfaces with a myriad of other disciplines and fields. The highly prized nature and diverse curriculum of Chemistry sets the foundation for extremely productive and exciting career in a variety of disciplines as pharmaceutical, agrochemical, mineralogy, molecular biology, biotechnology, nanotechnology, polymer technology, food/drink industry, etc. The importance of Chemistry is growing over time and it will remain a promising career path.

BASIC AND ADVANCED FACILITIES IN THE DEPARTMENT

                       A variety of teaching, learning techniques are employed to impart knowledge and skills to students at the Department.
The department provides basic as well as advanced research facilities to researchers and postgraduate students.  The department is recognized for Environmental and Chemical Analysis such as water/soil/pesticides analysis. Several new equipments were added to the department due to the continuous effort made by the faculty members at collective as well as individual level. At present important analytical equipments which are available and functioning well are listed below :
FTIR, UV-Vis Spectrophotometer Carry 60, Microwave Synthesis System , Rotary Vacuum Evaporator, Magnetic Susceptibility Balance (MK1Sherwood), Gas Chromatograph, Ultrasonic Interferometer, Ice Cube Machine, Gaussian 09 Software etc.
Internet connectivity has been made available to every student in  the department. All the classrooms of the department are well furnished with all necessary teaching aids. The department has a good library with more than 200 books and a few journals. Journals are available in the main library. Moreover, several online journals and books are  also available in the department which can be accessed through the internet at the department.

RESEARCH, CONSUTANCY, AND EXTENSION

Areas of research:

The Department  has active research collaborations with most of reputed research laboratories, institutes across the globe for interdisciplinary research work. The faculty in the department are currently involved in the following basic areas of research:

  1. Coordination &Solid state Chemistry/Catalysis/Solvent Extraction/ Molecular Interactions
  2. Theoretical & Computational Quantum Chemistry
  3. Synthetic organic chemistry
  4. Phytochemical analysis

Teaching Methodologies Employed:

  • Interactive teaching
  • Chalk-board teaching
  • Student participative teaching
  • OHP assistance
  • PPT presentations
  • e-board teaching
  • Problem solving sessions
  •  Seminars
  •  Group discussions
  •  CCE

Research Project (Completed):

“Asymmetric Synthesis of Enantioenriched Epoxides over chiral vanadium Schiff base complexes as a catalyst” funded by UGC, New Delhi.

Consultancy:

Faculty members of the department provide voluntary consultancy services to local industries and farmers for wate ,food , soil and plant analysis. These involve analysis of water (fluoride, arsenic etc.), food samples for pesticides and other organic materials. The results are utilized by individual persons and societies of the residential areas. On oral request faculty members frequently used to visit local industries  to discuss their problems.

Extensions:

Gram JanahitVidnyan Munch: Purpose of the Munch is to promote scientific culture and temperament for the upliftment of the masses. Under this munch department organizes science exhibitions in village schools and  tribal area.

Alumni :

As the fulcrum of all sciences, chemistry provides immense scope for study, research and gainful employment .This department has catered to the academic and manpower need of about 100 colleges and several Universities  and research laboratories of the region as well as  country. Past students of the department have serving as senior offers, Principals of colleges, as faculty members at TIFR, Universities and foreign University as scientists, as a company executive in Indian and multinational companies as Head and senior scientists of a number of Pharmaceuticals, even as teachers in junior colleges /schools.

The Department  regularly arranged  interactions of the present students with the Alumni working in various academic institutions, Universities and Industries of our country and also abroad.

Events:

The teachers are encouraged to attend training programs and also to organize research & teaching programs in the form of Workshops/ Seminars/ Conferences. The department organised the following conference/workshops :

  • National Conference on Green Chemistry and Its Perspective, Feb.08
  • National Workshop on Green Chemistry, Feb.10
  • 13th Annual Conference of Chemistry Teacher’s Association 25 Sept.2011
  • One day workshop on “preservation of Ozone Layer for protection of environment”  September 2012.
  • One Day Workshop on “Enhancing The Personal Effectiveness of Students”  Oct. 2012
  • Three Day Wokshop on ‘Fontiers In Spectroscopy’  February 2014.
  • Workshop on "Coalescence of Chemical Sciences to confront the challenges of sustainability", Sept. 2014.
  • Wokshop on Research Methodology, March, 2015

Best Practices in the department:

  • Ek Granth Yojana
  • Celebrations various Days
  • Surprise tests, open book examination practice, GD’s
  • Parent-Teacher meeting
  • Alumni’s Contribution: donated goods, printers, books, Software's
  • Popularization of scientific temperament about superstitious event under Gram Janhit Vidnayan Manch
  • Teaching methodology adopted according to demand of students and their profile.
  • Special Lectures on personality development
  • Regular SHRAMDAN by Students

Ex-research students of the Department of Chemistry
Title of their research work for a degree leading to Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Chemistry:

Sr. No.

Name

Title of the Ph.D. thesis

Year of award

1

Miss R.V.Wasu

Synthesis and Characterization of Some Co-ordination Polymers

1998

2

Shri P.J.Bahad

Chelates Polymers of Transition Metal Ions With Schiff Base Ligands

1998

3

Shri R.B.Mohod

Physicochemical Studies on Polychelates

1999

4

Miss V.B.Tayade

Synthetic Studies of Heterocycles containing O,N & S Hetero atoms                                          

1999

5

Shri. M.V.Kadu

Synthetic Studies & Reactions of 3-Aroyl Flavanones and 3- Aroyl Flavones with Nucleophiles

2000

6

Miss A.B.Bodade

Preparative & Structural Studies of Some Chelate Polymers

2000

7

Shri S.G.Bhadange

Synthesis & Physicochemical Investigation on Coordination Polymers of Transition Metal ions

2001

8

Shri R.V.Kinhikar

Synthesis, Kinetics and Anti-Microbial Studies of Bis- Heterocycles

2001

9

Shri J.M. Gajbhiye

Synthesis, Antibacterial and Physico Chemical Studies of N &O containing BisHeterocycles

2001

10

Shri R.G.Mahale

Synthesis, Stereochemistry, Electrical and Biological Studies of Some Complexes of Bioactive Ligands

2001

11

Shri S.R.Aswale

Physicochemical Investigation of Some Transition Metal Complexes

2002

12

Shri P.G.Rohankar

Interaction Studies of Some Biologically Important Compounds in Solution

2002

13

Shri. N.R.Thakre

Synthesis of 3-Coumaryl-5-Aroyl Pyrazolines and Pyrazoles. Pyrazolines and Pyrazoles.

2002

14

ShriJ.T.Makode

Studies on the Coordination Complexes of Schiff Base Ligands.

2002

15

Shri P.R.Mandlik

Synthesis and Structural Studies of the Transition Metal Complexes of Schiff Base Ligands.

2002

16

Miss. D.V.Thakare

Synthesis Antimicrobial and Physico Chemical Studies of 1-substituted 3,5-Diaryl Pyrazolines&Pyrazoles.

2003

17

Shri. R.P.Ganorkar

Synthesis, Physio Chemical and Antimicrobial studies of Bis-Pyrazolines&Bis-Pyrazoles.

2003

18

Miss K.N. Jaware

Synthesis, Antimicrobial Activities and Physico Chemical study of 3,5- Diayl-4-Aroyl-1- Substituted Pyrazolines and Pyrazoles.

2003

19

Shri. H.S.Chandak

Synthesis and Antimicrobial studies of 1-Substituted-3(benzenesulphonamido)-aryl-5- arypyrazoline and pyrazoles.

2004

20

Shri P.R.Bhagat

Synthesis Studies and Antimicrobial activities of 3-p-(benzene sulphonamide)- aryl-5-arypyrazolines and pyrazoles.                                          

2005

21

Shri P.R.Malasane

Ultasonic&Thermodynamic Studies of Interactions In Binary Systems Containing Biomolecules.

2005

22

Ms.P.N.Deshmukh

Synthesis, Antimicrobial, Physico-chemical study and effect on crop plant growth of 4-bromo-3 –(chloroaryl)-5-aryl-1-substituted pyrazolines and pyrazoles.

2006

24

Miss. S.D. Jawanjal

Synthesis, Antimicrobal and Physico -chemical studies of 3, 5-Diaryl Pyrazoles and 4-Bromo–3, 5-Diaryl pyrzoles.

2006

25

Miss. A.S. Kale

Synthesis, Physico-Chemical study & Antimicrobial Activity of 4-Aroyl-3-(Chloroaryl) -5-Aryl-1-substituted Pyrazolines, pyrazoles and 3-methyl-4- aroyl-5-(chloroaryl)-1 substitued –pyrazoles

2006

26

Mr.S.E.Bhandarkar

Synthesis anad Antimicrobial study of 3-(2-hydroxy -3,4-benzophenyl)5-aryl -1-substituted Pyrazolines, Pyrazoles and 4-aroyl derivatives of Pyraz.

2006

27

Shri R.D.Deshmukh

Synthesis, Characterization &Biological Investigations of Schiff Base Transition Metal Complexes

2006

28

Ms.J.R. Mohod

Synthesis, Antimicrobial, Physico- chemical and effect on crop plant growth of 3-(chloroaryl)-[1] Benzofurano[3,2-c]-1-substituted pyrazoles and (chloroaryl)-5-aryl-1substituted pyrazoles.

2006

29

Miss V.V.Dhande

Synthesis & Structural Investigation on Transition Metal Chelates of Some Acid Hydrazones.

2007

30

Miss V.B.Badwaik

Studies of Some Transition Metal Complexes With Bioactive Ligands.

2007

31

Shri A.D.Bansod

Synthesis and Structural Studies on Polychelates of Some Bidentate Schiff Bases.

2007

32

Miss. S.A.Babrekar

Synthesis and study of reactivities of 1-(2-Hydroxyaryl)-3-stryl, 1, 3- propandiones.                                           

2008

32

Miss. J.C. Dadhichi

Synthesis, Physico–Chemical & Antimicrobial Studies of 1,3disubstituted- [1]-Benzofurano [3,2-C] Pyrazoles& 3-Methyl-4-Aroyl-5- Aryl-1 substituted Pyrazoles.”

2008

33

Mrs.M.D.Joshi

Extractive Spectrophotometric Determination of Some metals.

2008

34

Shri K.D.Umaley

Thermodynamic &Ultrasonic Studies of some Biomolecules and their Interactions with Metal Ions in Solution.

2009

35

Shri D.B.Dupare     

Synthesis, Characterization and Electrical properties of  some polymer blends based on conjugated conducting                              polymers

2010

36

Shri A.K.Maldhure

Synthesis, Characterization and Reactivity Studies of Some Schiff Base Complexes

2011

37

Shri G.B.Pethe

Synthesis and characterization of some transition       metal complexes and their use as catalyst for the   Oxidation  reactions

2011

38

Ms.C.M.A.Swamidoss

Liquid-liquid extraction and spectrophotometric determination of some metal ions using hexaacetato calix(6)arene

2012

39

Shri A.R.Yaul         

Studies on Coordination Complexes of Vanadium and
their use as  Catalysts for the Epoxidation Reaction

2013

40

Shri M.K.Rahangdale

Synthesis and Physicochemical Studies of some Transition Metal Chelates

2013

41

Shri.N.J.Suryawanshi      

Synthesis, Physicochemical Characterization and      Anti- bacterial Studies of some Bioactive Schiff Base Complexes

2013

42

Ku. Y. S. Thakare

Extractive spectrophotometric determination of some metal ions using acetyl derivative of calix(6)arene

2013

43

Shri J.B. Devhade           

Preparative  & Structural Studies on Some Transition  and Inner Transition Metal Complexes

2014

44

Ms.A.B.Dikkar

Ultrasonic,Volumetric and Viscometric studies              of some hydrazones in solution                           

Thesis
Submitted

45

Ku.D.S.Choudhari              

Thermodynamic and Acoustical Behaviour of some substituted   acetophenones in binary solutions

Thesis
Submitted

Current doctoral (Ph.D.) students in the Department of Chemistry:

Sr. No.

Name

Title of research work

Shri Y.K. Vyawahare

Synthesis and characterization of mixed metal oxides and their catalytic applications in Redox transformation of some alcohols.

2. 

Shri R.S. Bhaskar  

Synthesis, Characterization and Structural Studies of Transition Metal Complexes of some Acid Hydrazones

3. 

Shri C. A. Ladole

Synthesis and characterization of nanosized transition metal ferrites and their applications in organic reactions

4. 

Shri N.G. Salunkhe

Design, synthesis and biological studies of some Nitrogen containing heterocycles using magnetically recoverable catalysts

5. 

Shri G.M. Dongare

Synthesis, Characterization and Biological Activity of Some Metal Complexes with new Hydrazone ligands.

6. 

Mrs.K.A. Thakare

Synthesis, structural characterization and catalytic studies of some transition metal complexes incorporating hydrazone ligands

7. Ms.N.V. Thakare Synthesis, Characterization of Magnetically Recoverable Catalysts and Their Applications in Organic Reactions

8. 

Ms. A A. Wadurkar

Angelicin and Psoralen: Derivative synthesis, Evaluation of Biological and Fluorescence properties

9.

Ms. A.A. Sadawarte

Design and Synthesis of Derivatives of Benzofuran and Azo compounds via ortho Allylphenols.

10

Mrs. J.M. Barabde

Synthesis, Characterization, Biological Studies And Chemical Applications of Triazole Derivatives.

Some Research Papers Published In International & National Journals By Faculty Members during last five years

  1. Aswar A.S., Yaul A.R.,Bhaskar R.S. and Salunkhe N.G.,  Bivalent transition metal complexes of ONO donor hydrazone ligand: synthesis, structural characterization and antimicrobial activity, Spectro. Chem. Acta. Part A,151(5),621, 2015.
  2. Aswar A.S., Yaul A.R. and Pethe G.B, Synthesis, Characterization, Electrical, and Catalytic Studies of some coordination compounds derived from Unsymmetrical Schiff base ligand, J. Ethiopian Chem. Soc.29(3),387,2015.
  3. Aswar A.S., Pethe G.B. and Dikkar A.B. Solute-Solvent Interactions in Solutions of 2-hydroxy-5-chloro-3 nitroacetophenoneisonicotinoylhydrazone in N,N-dimethylformamide at 298 – 313 K According to Ultrasonic and Viscometric Data, Rus. J Phy. Chem.A 89 (12),2197,2015.
  4. Aswar A.S., MaldhureA.K.,Yaul A.R. and Pethe G.B, Synthetic, Characterization, Biological, Electrical and Catalytic Studies of Some Transition Metal Complexes of Unsymmetrical Quadridentate Schiff Base Ligand, J. Korean Chemical Society  ,59(3),215,2015.
  5. Aswar A.S., Gawande P.U.and Mandlik,P.R.. , Synthesis and , Characterization of Cr(III), Mn(III), Fe(III), VO(IV), Zr(IV) and UO2(VI) complexes  of Schiff base derived from Isonicotinoyl Hydrazone, Indian J. Pharma.Sci.77(4),376,2015.
  6. Aswar  A.S. Salunkhe N.G., Thakare N.V. and  Ladole C.A., Green synthesis of   quinoline-4-carboxylic acid derivatives using silica sulfuric acid as an efficient catalyst, J. Indian Chem. Soc.,92,1295,2015.
  7. Aswar A.S., Pethe G.B. and Suryawanshi N.J., Transition Metal Complexes with Unsymmetrical Schiff Base Ligand: Synthesis, Spectroscopic, Thermal, Electrical and Biological Studies, J. Basic Sci. Appl. Res., 1,1(2) , 2015.
  8. Aswar A.S., Yaul A.R., Rahangdale M.K and Pethe G.B,Transition Metal Chelates: Synthesis, Physicochemical, Thermal, Biological Studies, Russian J Gen. Chem, (In Press),2015.
  9. Aswar A.S.  Bhaskar R.S. Salunkhe N.G and  Yaul A.R. Synthesis, characterization, thermal behavior and biological studies of VO(IV) and MoO2(VI) complexes of hydrazone ligand, J. Indian Chem.Soc,2015 (In Press).
  10. AswarA.S., Devhade J.B. Yaul A.R.and Pethe G., 'Polychelates of salen-type Schiff base: Synthesis, characterization, Thermal, electrical conductivity and biological study, J. Indian Chem. Soc.,92,1359, 2015.
  11. Aswar A.S. and Choudhary D.S and Pethe G.B.,Investigation on molecular interaction of 2,4- dihydroxyacetophenone and 2,6-dihydroxyacetophenone in ethanol with reference to volumetric compressibility and viscometric measurements, Arab J.Phy.Chem.,2(2),34,2015.
  12. AswarA.S., Rahangdale M.K. and Yaul A.R.Synthesis, Characterization and Thermal Behavior  of VO(IV), MoO2(VI) and UO2(VI) Complexes of Hexadentate Tetraanionic Ligand, Int. J. Chem. Phy. Sci. 4,440,2015
  13. Aswar A.S. Ladole C.A. and  Choudhary D.SInteraction of 5-Chloro-2-hydroxy- 3-nitroacetophenone in N,N-Dimethylformamide at Various Temperatures: A Viscometric, Volumetric and Ultrasonic Study, Nat. Acad. Sci. India. Sect. A Phy.Sci.DOI10.1007/40010-014-0191
  14. AswarA.S. and Maldhure A.K, Synthesis, Physiochemical, Thermal, Catalytic and  Electrical Studies of Mn(III) VO(IV), MoO2(VI) and UO2(VI) Complexes with Unsymmetrical Schiff Base Ligand,  Chem. Sci. Trans. DOI:10.7598/cst2014.755, 3(4), 1264,2014
  15. AswarA.S., Rahangdale M.K. and Pethe G.B ,Synthesis, Characterization, Thermal and Electrical studies of Poly Schiff Base Chelates of VO (IV), MoO2 (VI) and UO2(VI),Middle EastJ.Sci.Res.22(10),1527,2014.
  16. Aswar A.S ,Yaul S.R. Kalaskar S., Makode J.T., Yaul A.R., Synthesis and Characterization of Tridentate ONO Schiff Base Complexes of Tri/Tetra-Valent Transition Metals, J. Basic. Appl. Chem., 4(8), 11, 2014
  17. Aswar A.S., Surwanshi N.J. Yaul A.R. and Pethe G.BSynthesis, Characterization and Biological Studies of Some Transition Metal Chelates derived from Hydrazone Schiff Base ligand,Jordan Journal of Chem. 9 (3),  199,2014.
  18. AswarA.S., Yaul A.R. RahangdaleM.K.and Pethe G.BSynthesis, physicochemicaland antibacterial studies of  transition metal chelates involving  tetradentate Schiff base., J. Indian Chem.Soc.,91,1891, 2014.
  19. Aswar A.S. and Choudhary D.S Ultrasonic, Volumetric and Viscometric Studies of 2-hydroxy-5-chloro acetophenone in N, N-dimethylformamide at different temperatures,  J. Pure Appl. Ultrason. 36 , 46,2014.
  20. Aswar A.S., Yaul A.R. and Pethe G.BSynthesis, spectroscopic characterization and catalytic studies of some Oxovanadium (IV) complexes of tetradentate Schiff base ligands, Revue Roumaine de Chimie, 59(1),15,2014.
  21. Aswar A.S., Dhande V.V.,Yaul A.R. and Pethe G.B Synthesis, characterization, biological and electrical conductivity studies of some schiff base metal complexes, J. Ethiopian Chem. Soc .,28(2),255,2014.
  22. Aswar A.S., Ladole C.A,Bhaskar R.S. and Salunkhe N.G.,  A microwave-assisted    synthesis of 3,4-dihydropyrimidin-2(1H)-one/thione derivatives using nanocrystalline MgFe2O4 as catalyst .,European J Chem.,5(1),122,2014.
  23. AswarA.S. and Maldhure A.K., Synthesis, Characterization and Antimicrobial studies of  Some transition metal complexes of N-(5-chloro-2-hydroxyacetophenone)-N’-(2-hydroxyacetophenone)-ethylenediamine, AJPTR 3(6),462,2013
  24. AswarA.S., Rahangdale M.K. and Pethe G.BSynthesis, Characterization,Antibacterial and Thermal Studies of Mn(II), Fe(III), Co(II), Ni(II) Cu(II),  Zn(II) and Cd(II) Complexes of  ONNO Type  Schiff Base   Ligand., Int. J. Chem. 2(3),379,2013
  25. A.S.Aswar,P.K.Gautam and R.S.Saroj, Theoretical estimation of Isobaric thermal expansivity of Polyethylene glycol (PEG) + water from density data over a wide temperature range (283.15 K to 363.15 K), Int. J. Green Chem.& Bioprocess. 3(4),38,,2013.
  26. Aswar A.S., Suryawanshi N.J. Bhadange,S.G., and Pethe G.B Synthesis, Characterization, Thermal, Electrical Conductivity and Biological Studies of Schiff Base Metal Complexes,J. Indian Chem. Soc .,90,1327,2013.
  27. Aswar A.S., Dupare D.B. MurhekarG.H.andShirsat M.D., Sensing ABILITY FOR Trimethylammine and Ammonia Vapor of SnO2 doped PANI-PVA Composite, Int.J.Basic& Appl.Resh..4,86, 2013.
  28. Aswar A.S., DupareD.B.andShirsat M.D., Sensing properties  of MnO2-Doped polyaniline/polyvinyl alcohol Blend, Int.J.Resh.Engg.&Tech.2(12), 308, 2013.
  29. Aswar A.S,Ghosh A.,PaskoA.,KaneS.N.Satalkar M., Prasad R., DiwediR.,Ladole S.A, Oliverira G.N.P., Apolinario A. Sousa C.T. and Araujo J.P., Influence of Mn addition on Magnetic and Structural Properties of Barium Hexaferrite, AIP Conf.Proc.1536,961,2013.DOI10.1063/1.4810550.
  30. Aswar A.S. and Choudhary D.S Densities, Ultrasonic speed of  2-hydroxy-5-methyl-3-nitro acetopheneoe in DMF at different temperatures, J. Ethiopian Chem. Soc .,27(1),155,2013.
  31. Aswar A.S Satapathy P.K. Baral D.K. and Mohanty P., Kinetics and mechanism of oxidation of vanillin by Cerium (IV) in aqueous perchlorate medium, Ind.J.Chem.Tech.,20,271,2013.
  32. Aswar A.S. Yaul A.R.,Pethe G.B. and Deshmukh R.D., Vanadium complexes with   quadridentate Schiff bases: Synthesis, characterization, thermal and catalytic studies, J Therm Anal Calorim.,113,745,2013.
  33. Aswar A.S. ,Kodape M.M.,GawhaleN.D.Humne V.T. and Mir B.A., Facile aromatization of  3,4-dihydropyrimidine-2(1H)-ones(DHPMS) by iodine, Chinese Chem. Letters, 23,1339,2012.
  34. Aswar A.S. and Umaley K.D, Thermodynamic Studies of Glutamic Acid-Metal Chloride systems, Rus.J.Phy.Chem., 32,44, 2012.
  35. Aswar A.S. and Dikker.A.B,Thermodynamic, ultrasonic and refractive index measurement of hydrazones in Dimethylfomamide at different temperatures, J.Ind.Chem.Soc. 89,1507,2012.
  36. Aswar A.S. and Umaley K.D., Molecular interaction of Aspartic Acid in aqueous metal chloride solutions – Volumetric, Viscometric, Acoustical, and Optical studies, Ind.J.Chem.Tech. 19,295, 2012.
  37. Aswar A.S. Pethe G.B.andUmaley K.D, Volumetric, Viscometric, Acoustical, and Optical studies of Caffeine in aqueous metal chloride solutions ,Inventi,,1,2012
  38. Aswar A.S., Yaul A.R. and Pethe G.B Synthesis, spectral, thermal, catalytic and biological studies of some transition metal complexes with unsymmetrical Schiff base ligand, J.Indian Chem.Soc.89,725, 2012.
  39. Aswar A.S and Vyawahare Y.K.,Synthesis,Characterization and Catalytic Application of MOR Zeolite for Alkylation of Benzene to Cumene,Rev.Roum.Chem 57(2),107, 2012.
  40. Aswar A.S .Sathe D.J., Chate P.A., Hankare P.P, and  Manikshete A.H.,A novel route for synthesis, characterization of molybdenum diselenide thin films and their photovoltaic applications,J.Mater.Chem.(Mater.Electron.), 24(2),438,2013.
  41. Aswar A.S. and Choudhary D.S., Apparent molar volume and apparent molar adiabatic4 compressibility of 2-hydroxy-5-methyl acetophenone in N,N-dimethylformamide at different temperatures, J Therm Anal Calorim. 107,(1),21,2012.
  42. Aswar A.S., ,Yaul A.R. and Pethe G.B, Synthetic, spectroscopic and thermal studies of some complexes4 of unsymmetrical Schiff base ligand, J Therm Anal Calorim.,107,(1),97,2012
  43. Aswar A.S., DupareD.B.andShirsat M.D., Synthesis and characterization of polypyrrole–polyvinyl alcohol composite film with various organic acids dopants and their gas sensing behavior, Indian.J.Chem.Tech.18, 446, 2011.
  44. Aswar A.S., Yaul A.R. and Pethe G.B, Synthesis, Characterization and catalytic studies of some coordination compounds derived from unsymmetrical quadridentate Schiff base ligand, Russian J.Gen. Chem.,81,(11), 2304,2011.
  45. AswarA.S.., ,Yaul A.R. RahangdaleM.K.and Pethe G.B, Synthesis, Spectral Characterization and Antimicrobial Studies of some Transition Metal Complexes with ONNO-donor tetradentate ligand, Research J. Pharma., Bio. and Chem. Sciences, 2 (3 ), 341-48, 2011.
  46. Aswar A.S. and Joshi M.D., Extractive Spectrophotometric Determination of vanadium (VI) with 2-hydroxy-5-methylacetophenone-isonicotinoylhydrozone (HMAINH), J.IndianChem.Soc., 88, 1453, 2011.
  47. Aswar A.S., Yaul S.R.,Yaul A.R. and Dhande V.V., Transition metal complexes containing tridentate hydrazone Schiff-bases: synthesis, characterization and biological activity, J.IndianChem.Soc., 88,775,2011.
  48. Aswar A.S.,Bhadange S G ,Dhande V.V., and Yaul A.R. Synthesis, Structural Studies and Biological Activity of Dioxomolybdenum(VI),Dioxotungsten(VI), Thorium(IV) and Dioxouranium(VI) Complexes with 2_Hydroxy_5_Methyl and 2-Hydroxy-5-Chloroacetophenone Benzoylhydrazon, Russian J Inorganic Chem.,56(4),1,2011.
  49. Aswar A.S., Vyawahare Y.K.,Chumbhale V.R.,Pardhy S.A. and Samuel V.,Gas-phase oxidant- free oxidation of cyclohexanol over V2O5-MoO3-M2O (M=Na ,K, Cs) Catalysts, Indian J.Chem.Tec.,17,43,2010.
  50. Aswar A.S, Yaul A.R. and Pethe G.B ,Synthesis, Spectral, Catalytic and Thermal Studies of Vanadium Complexes with Quadridentate Schiff Bases, Russian J. Coordination  Chem.36(4),256,2010.
  51. Aswar A.S, Yaul A.R. and Pardhi A.V., Synthesis ,Characterization, Electrical Conductivity and Catalytic Studies of Some Coordination Polymers of Salen Type Schiff Base, Russian J Inorganic Chem.,36(4),1,2010.
  52. Aswar A.S., ,Yaul A.R., Devhade J.B. and Pethe G.B., Synthesis   and Characterization of Some Chelate Polymers of Poly Schiff Base Ligand, Der PharmaChemica , 2(3), 301, 2010.
  53. Aswar A.S., and Joshi M.D., Extractive Spectrophotometric  Determination of Molybdenum (VI) with 2-hydroxy-5-methylacetophenone-isonicotinoylhydrozone(HMAINH) ,Reviews in Anal.Chem.,29(2),69,2010.
  54. Aswar A.S., Yaul A.R., DeshmukhP.S.andBhojane J.N. Synthesis, Characterization and thermogravemetric studies of some Metal Complexes with N2O2 Schiff bases, J. World Applied Sci.,9(11),1301,2010.
  55. Aswar A.S.,Yaul A.R., and Dhande V.V,  Synthesis,   Characterization, Electrical and Biological Studies of VO(IV),MoO2(VI),WO2(VI), Th(IV) and UO2(VI) Complexes with  Hydrazone Ligand, Rev.Roum.Chem,55(9),537,2010.
  56. Aswar A.S.,Bhadange S G ,Pethe G B and Joshi M.D., Extractive Spectrophotometric  Determination of Palladium(II) with 2-hydroxy-5-methylacetophenone-isonicotinoylhydrozone (HMAINH), Adv. Appl. Sci. Res., 1(2), 58,2010.
  57. Rajendra Prasad, ReenaYadav, Manoj Trivedi, Gabriele Kociok-Köhn, Abhinav Kumar: The interplay of Thiophilic and Hydrogen Bonding Interactions in the Supramolecular Architecture of Phenylmercury 4-Hydroxypiperidine Dithiocarbamat,  Journal of Molecular Structure 01/2016; 1103:265-270. Impact Factor 1.60.
  58. ReenaYadav, Manoj Trivedi, Gabriele Kociok-Kohn, Rajendra Prasad, Abhinav Kumar: New Ni(II) 1,2-bis(diphenylphosphino)ethane dithiolates: Crystallographic, computational and Hirshfeld surface analyses. Cryst Eng Comm 10/2015; 17(47. Impact Factor 4.03
  59. RatnaChauhan, Sami Auvinen, A. S. Aditya, Manoj Trivedi, Rajendra Prasad, MattiAlatalo, Dinesh P. Amalnerkar, Abhinav Kumar: Light harvesting properties of ferrocenyl based sensitizer with sulfur rich dithiocarabamates and xanthate as anchoring group. Solar Energy 10/2014; 108:560. Impact Factor 3.47
  60. SeemaYadav, A. Moheman, Abhinav Kumar, Rajendra Prasad, K.S. Siddiqi: Conformational isomers of dichlorobis(1,3-diaminopropane) copper(II): Synthesis, characterization and DFT modeling. Arabian Journal of Chemistry 04/2013; 58. Impact Factor 3.73
  61. S K Roy, Rajendra Prasad, Sambhu N Datta, P Chandra: Electron correlation and relativistic effects in atomic structure calculations of Th+, Th 2+ ions. Chemical Physics Letters 10/2012; 550:25-32. Impact Factor 1.90
  62. SheenuBhadauria, SamidhaSaxena, Rajendra Prasad, Prabhakar Sharma, ReenaDwivedi: Synthesis of ethylene carbonate from cyclocondensation of ethylene glycol and urea over ZnO•Cr2O3 catalyst system controlled by co-precipitation method. European Journal of Chemistry 06/2012; 3(2):235-240. Impact Factor
  63. Ashok Kumar Singh, GunjanSaxena, Rajendra Prasad, Abhinav Kumar: Synthesis, characterization and calculated non-linear optical properties of two new chalcones. Journal of Molecular Structure 06/2012; 1017:26–31. Impact Factor 1.60
  64. I Ahamad, R Prasad, Eno E Ebenso, M A Quraishi: Electrochemical and Quantum Chemical Study of Albendazole as Corrosion Inhibitor for Mild Steel in Hydrochloric Acid Solution. International journal of electrochemical science 04/2012; 7(4). Impact Factor 1.50
  65. R. L.  Prasad, A.  Kushwaha, Rajendra  Prasad, S.  Jaiswal, R. A.  Yadav: Energetics and structural insights of molecular conductors using density functional theory methods: 1,3-dithiole-2-thione, 1,3-dithiole-2-one, 1,3-dioxole-2-one, and 1,3-dioxole-2-thione. Journal of Theoretical and Computational Chemistry 11/2011; 08(06). Impact Factor 0.64
  66. Vikram Singh, Abhinav Kumar, Rajendra Prasad, Gunjan Rajput, Michael G. B. Drew, Nanhai Singh: The interplay of secondary HgS, HgN and Hgπ bonding interactions in supramolecular structures of phenylmercury(II) dithiocarbamates. Cryst Eng Comm 11/2011; 13(22):6817-6826. Impact Factor 4.03
  67. S K Roy, Rajendra Prasad, P Chandra: Electron correlation and relativistic effects in atomic structure calculations of Th+, Th2+ ions. The Journal of Chemical Physics 06/2011; 134(23):234302. Impact Factor 2.95
  68. I Ahamad, R. Prasad, M. A. Quraishi: Experimental and quantum chemical characterization of the adsorption of some Schiff base compounds of phthaloylthiocarbohydrazide on the mild steel in acid solutions. Materials Chemistry and Physics 12/2010; 124(2):1155-1165. Impact Factor 2.26
  69. I Ahamad, C. Gupta, R. Prasad, M. A. Quraishi: An experimental and theoretical investigation of adsorption characteristics of a Schiff base compound as corrosion inhibitor at mild steel/hydrochloric acid interface. Journal of Applied Electrochemistry 12/2010; 40(12):2171-2183. Impact Factor 2.41
  70. IshtiaqueAhamad, Rajendra Prasad, Mumtaz Ahmad Quraishi: Experimental and theoretical investigations of adsorption of fexofenadine at mild steel/hydrochloric acid interface as corrosion inhibitor. Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry 11/2010; 14(11):2095-2105. Impact Factor 2.45
  71. JyotsnaChaturvedi, Subrato Bhattacharya, Rajendra Prasad: Novel heterobimetallicthiocarboxylato complexes: Synthesis, characterization and application as single source precursor for ternary chalcogenides. Dalton Transactions 10/2010; 39(37):8725-32. Impact Factor 4.20
  72. IshtiaqueAhamad, Rajendra Prasad, M. A. Quraishi: Inhibition of mild steel corrosion in acid solution by Pheniramine drug: Experimental and theoretical study. Corrosion Science 09/2010; 52(9):3033-3041. Impact Factor 4.42
  73. IshtiaqueAhamad, Rajendra Prasad, M.A. Quraishi: Adsorption and inhibitive properties of some new Mannich bases of Isatin derivatives on corrosion of mild steel in acidic media. Corrosion Science 04/2010; 52(4):1472-1481. Impact Factor 4.42
  74. Ishtiaque Ahamad, Rajendra Prasad, M.A. Quraishi: Thermodynamic, electrochemical and quantum chemical investigation of some Schiff bases as corrosion inhibitors for mild steel in hydrochloric acid solutions. Corrosion Science 03/2010; 52(3):933-942. Impact Factor 4.42
  75. Nanhai Singh, Abhinav Kumar, Rajendra Prasad, Kieran C Molloy, Mary F Mahon: Syntheses, crystal, photoluminescence and electrochemical investigation of some new phenylmercury(II) dithiocarbamate complexes involving ferrocene. Dalton Transactions 03/2010; 39(10):2667-75. Impact Factor 4.20
  76. K.K. Upadhyay, Rakesh K. Mishra, Ajit Kumar, Jianzhang Zhao, Rajendra Prasad: Self assembled pseudo double helix architecture and anion sensing behavior of a coumarin based ICT probe. Journal of Molecular Structure 01/2010; 963(2):228-233. Impact Factor 1.60
  77. Susanta K. Sen Gupta, Rajendra Prasad: Origin and Nature of Transmission Modes of Anomalous Effects of meta -Substituents on the 13 C Chemical Shift of the Carboxyl Carbon (δCO ) of Benzoic Acid. Australian Journal of Chemistry 01/2010; 63(2). Impact Factor 1.56
  78. J. M. Barabde, GDThorat, GB.Pethe , N. R. Agrawal, Synthetic, structural, magnetic and tga studies of some copper complexes of heterocyclic ligands. International Journal of Researches in Biosciences, Agriculture & Technology,4(3),382,2014
  79.  J. W. Dhore , Synthetic, Structural, Magnetic, TGA and biological Studies of Some Copper  Complexes of heterocyclic Schiff Base ligands, Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences 4 (3), 376, 2013
  80. J. W. Dhore, GD Thorat, Synthesis, characterization and biological screening of some 3, 4, 5-substituted 1, 2, 4-triazole. Sci. Revs. Chem. Commun.: 2(3), 192-196, 2012.
  81. JW Dhore, G.B Pethe, SP Wagh, G.D.Thorat,   ) Synthesis, characterization and biological studies of some triazolyl isonicotinamide, Arch Appl Sci Res 3 (1), 407,  2011                                                                                                                                                       
  82. M.M. Kodape, N.D. Gawhale, N.V. Awjare: Synthesis of 3, 4-dihydropyrimidin-2 (1H)-ones (DHPMs) by natural L-Ascorbic acid, Indian Journal of Chemistry Section B-Organic Chemistry, Vol. 54B, pp 671-675, 2015. Impact Factor 0.387
  83. Manisha Kodape1*, Nandkishor Gawhale2, D.T. Mahajan3, Syed Azhar Quazi3, Pharmacophore modeling for antimicrobial evaluation of nitazoxanide- based analogues, Journal of Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Discovery, Special Issue, 18 January, 312-314, 2015. ISSN: 2347-9027.
  84. Chavhan DM, Kodape MM, Patil SS: Heterogeneous CES Catalysed Acetylation and Allylation of Amines and Phenols, International Journal for Pharmaceutical Research Scholars (IJPRS), V-3, I-1, 550-556, 2014. (ISSN No: 2277 - 7873)
  85. M. M. Kodape1, N. D. Gawhale2, P. N. Chunarkar3, M. M. Mahajan4, R. N. Tong5, Synthesis of Complex of L-Glutamic Acid With Mn (Ii) And Its Inhibition Activity Against Pathogens. International Journal of Researches In Biosciences, Agriculture And Technology, I-2, V-1, 2014. (ISSN No: 2347 - 517X)
  86. DK Dabhadkar, VS Zade, SD Dawada, MM Dhore, MM Kodape, Effect of alcoholic pod extract of Plumeria rubra on biochemical and haematological parameters of female albino rats, International Journal of Pharmceutical Science Review and Research, 19, 69-74, 2013. Impact Factor 2.191
  87. Manisha M. Kodape1*, Nandkishor D. Gawhale2, Pritee N. Chunarkar3, Digamber M. Mutkule1, Synthesis and Significance of 2-(7,8-dihydro-10-methyl-3,8-dioxo-3H-benzo[b]xanthen-12-yl)benzoic acid, International Journal for Pharmaceutical Research Scholars (IJPRS) V-2, I-4, 2013 (I.F.=1.0285) (ISSN No: 2277 - 7873)
  88. MM Kodape, AS Aswar, ND Gawhale, VT Humne, BA Mir: Facile aromatization of 3, 4-dihydropyrimidin-2 (1H)-ones (DHPMs) by iodine, The Chinese Chemical Letters, 23 (12), 1339-1342, 2012. Impact Factor 1.587
  89. SR Aswale, SS Aswale, ND Gawhale, MM Kodape: Synthesis of 2-Hydroxy-3-nitro/amino-5-methyl-a-substituted Thiocarbamidoacetophenones: Asian Journal of Chemistry, 24 (12), 5800, 2012.
  90. SR Aswale, SS Aswale, ND Gawhale, MM Kodape: Synthesis of 2-Hydroxy-3-(3-substituted thiamido) amino-5-methyl-a-bromoacetophenones. Asian Journal of Chemistry, 24 (12), 5797, 2012.
  91. Manisha M. Kodape*, Nandkishor D. Gawhalea, Digvijay D. Kambleb, Suverna A. Dabhade, Nikita V. Awajare, Green Chemistry Approach For Synthesis Of Derivatives of Coumarin And Comparative Study By Fluorescence Spectrophotometer Sci. Revs. Chem. Commun.:2(3), 201-205, 2012.ISSN 2277-2669.
  92. Manisha Kodape*, Dipak Tayade1, Nandkishor Gawhale2, Dinesh Dabhadkar3, Haematological And Behavioural Studies of Fresh Water Fish, Channa Orientalis (Sch) Exposed To Novel Derivative of 1, 3, 5-Triazinean International Quarterly Journal of Life Sciences, The Biocan, 7(1): 165-169, 2012. ISSN 0973-7049.