Paritosh Mohanty - Department of Chemistry,Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Paritosh Mohanty
Paritosh Mohanty Professor +91-1332-284859
Areas of Interest
  • Materials Chemistry, Nanoporous Materials, CO2 Capture and Utilization, Hybrid Materials, Catalysis , Materials for Energy and Environment, Supercapacitors, Air and water pollution abetment , Paper for high-end applications, Antimicrobial applications of cellulose and paper matrices, Nanotechnology application in paper
Professional Background
2011-01-014 years Assistant ProfessorIIT Roorkee
2010-01-01Senior Research ScientistLehigh University, USA
2009-01-011 year Research Scientist-3Lehigh University, USA
2006-01-013 years Postdoctoral Research AssociateLehigh University, USA
2004-01-012 years Brain Korea (BK21) PostdocKAIST, South Korea
2004-01-01Post PhD-SRFIIT Kharagpur
Multiple Posts
2020-08-10OngoingProfessorIIT Roorkee
2015-11-254 years 8 months 15 daysAssociate ProfessorIIT Roorkee
Honors and Awards
Young Investigator Meeting 2010 at MIT Boston, USAMIT Boston2010
Best poster award in International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (NST 2005)GIST, South Korea2005
Educational Details
Ph.D.Materials ScienceIIT Kharagpur2004
M. Sc.ChemistryRavenshaw College Cuttack (Utkal University)1997
B.Sc.Physics, Chemistry (Honours), MathematicsM. P. C. College Baripada (Utkal University)1995
Sponsored Research Projects
TopicFunding AgencyStart DatePeriod
Development of high performance adsorbents for petrochemical applicationsDST. Govt. of India2017-01Ongoing
Cellulose based flexible supercapacitor devicesSERB2017-01Ongoing
Inorganic-Organic Hybrid Nanoporous Materials for Carbon Dioxide CaptureDST2012-018 years 7 months
Low-dimensional hybrid hierarchical nanoporous materials for environmental applicationsIndo-Mexican (DST-CONACYT)2013-017 years 7 months
Hierarchical Nanoporous Inorganic-Organic Hybrid Materials for Gas Storage and Separation ApplicatioIIT Roorkee2012-018 years 7 months
Hydrothermal synthesis of nickel oxide nanostructures Indo-Korea Intern program, DST-MEST2013-017 years 7 months
  • American Chemical Society, Member
  • Materials Research Society of India (MRSI), Life member
  • American Association for the Advancement of Science, Member
  • Phi Beta Delta, Life Member
Teaching Engagements
TitleCourse CodeClass NameSemester
Advanced Characterization TechniquesAS-9012015-16 Pre-PhD Autumn
Nanotechnology Applications in PackagingPPN-5682014-15 M.Tech. 1st YearSpring
General ChemistryAS-0412014-15 B.Tech. 1st yearAutumn
Chemistry Common Course CY-002AS2013-14 B.Tech. 1st yearSpring
General ChemistryCY-001S2013-14 B.Tech. 1st yearAutumn
Basic Inorganic ChemistryCY-202M: 2013-14 Integrated M.Tech. (PST) 2nd year Autumn
Chemistry Common Course CY-002AS2012-13 B.Tech. 1st yearSpring
Chemistry Common CourseCY-1012012-13 B.Tech. 1st yearAutumn
Basic Inorganic ChemistryCY-202M2012-13 Integrated M.Tech (PST) 2nd YearAutumn
Chemistry Common CourseCY-1012011-12 B.Tech. 1st yearSpring
Organic Chemistry-ICY-203M 2011-12 Integrated M.Tech. (PST) 2nd yearSpring
Chemistry Common CourseCY-1012011-12 B.Tech. 1st yearAutumn
Basic Inorganic ChemistryCY-202M2011-12 Integrated M.Tech. (PST) 2nd yearAutumn
PHDs Supervised
TopicScholar NameStatus of PHDRegistration Date
Chemi-biooactive Paper for Photocatalytic and Antibacterial ApplicationsMiss Indu ChauhanO2012-01
Cyclophosphazene Based Nanoporous Hybrid Materials for Environmental ApplicationsMrs. Pawan RekhaO2012-01
Nanoporous hypercrosslinked polyaniline for energy and environmental applicationsMr. Vivek SharmaO2012-01
Inorganic-Organic Nanoporous Materials for Carbon Dioxide CaptureRaeesh MuhammadO2013-01
Nitrogen Enriched Polytriazine and Composites for Energy and Environmental ApplicationsMrs. Monika ChaudharyO2013-01
Chemi-bioactive Papers for Detection and Deactivation of Microbes Mrs. Sudiksha AggrawalO2015-01
Nitrogen Enriched Nanoporous Polymers for Supercapacitor and Gas Sorption ApplicationsMs. Nisha DhimanO2015-01
Catalytic Activity of Some of the Metal-Free High Surface Area Nanoporous MaterialsMs. Ruchi SharmaO2016-01
Metal-free Nitrogen-enriched Nanoporous Materials for Environmental ApplicationsMs. Jasasmita DasO2018-01
High performance adsorbents for petrochemical applicationsAnuj RawatO2018-01
Cellulose based flexible supercapacitor devicesMs. Aparna TyagiO2018-01
Activation of inactive bonds by advanced catalystsShubham SharmaO2018-01
Refereed Journal Papers


In Journals (Total Citation ~ 1350 with h-index of 19, i10-index 42; Source: Google Scholar)


From IIT Roorkee (2011 onwards)

64.    Ruchi Sharma, Ankushi Bansal, C. N. Ramachandran, and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Multifunctional triazine-based nanoporous polymer as versatile organocatalyst for CO2 utilization and C-C bond formation” Chem. Commun. (2019) DOI: 10.1039/C9CC04975D. Impact factor: 6.164

63.    Nishant Gautam, Raeesh Muhammad, Hari Raj, Anjan Sil, Paritosh Mohanty, Tapas Kumar Mandal*, “Multimodal mesopore hierarchy in Li3VO4 boosts electrochemical anode performance of lithium-ion batteries” Micropor. Mesopor. Mater. 290 (2019) 109669. Impact factor: 4.182

62.    Monika Chaudhary, Lovjeet Singh, Pawan Rekha, Vimal Chandra Srivastava, and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Adsorption of uranium from aqueous solution as well as seawater conditions by nitrogen-enriched nanoporous polytriazine” Chem. Eng. J. 378 (2019) 122236, Impact factor: 8.355

61.    Saurabh Mishra, Paritosh Mohanty, and Abhijit Maiti*, “Bacterial mediated bio-decolourization of wastewater containing mixed reactive dyes using jack-fruit seed as co-substrate: Process optimization” J. Clean Prod. 235 (2019) 21-33. Impact factor: 6.395

60.    Monika Chaudhary, Raeesh Muhammad, C. N. Ramachandran and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Nitrogen amelioration driven carbon dioxide capture by nanoporous polytriazine” Langmuir. 35 (2019) 4893. Impact factor: 3.789

59.    Raeesh Muhammad and Paritosh Mohanty*, “iodine sequestration using cyclophosphazene based inorganic-organic hybrid nanoporous materials: role of surface functionality and pore size distribution” J. Mol. Liq. 283 (2019) 58Impact factor: 4.513

58.  Indu Chauhan, Sudiksha Aggrawal, Raeesh Muhammad and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Immobilization of a-Fe2O3 nanoparticles on cellulose surface: role of cellulose in tuning the microstructure and crystallographic phases” Cellulose 26 (2019) 1757. Impact factor: 3.809

57.    Charu Agarwal, Sudiksha Aggrawal, Dharm Dutt and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Cerium oxide immobilized paper matrices for bactericidal applications ” Mater. Sci. Engg. B 232 (2018) 1. Impact factor: 3.316

56.    Kamalesh Pal, Kalyan Ghorai, Sudiksha Aggrawal, Tapas Kumar Mandal, Paritosh Mohanty, Md Motin Seikh and Arup Gayen*, “Remarkable Ti-promotion in vanadium doped anatase titania for methylene blue adsorption in aqueous mediumJ. Environ. Chem. Eng. 6 (2018) 5212. Impact factor: 1.385

55.    Monika Chaudhary, Arpan Kumar Nayak, Raeesh Muhammad, Debabrata Pradhan and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Nitrogen-enriched nanoporous polytriazine for high performance supercapacitor applications” ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng. 6 (2018) 5895. Impact factor: 6.14

54.    Raeesh Muhammad, Monika Chaudhary and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Harnessing electron-rich framework in cyclophosphazene derived hybrid nanoporous materials for organocatalytic C-C bond formation and gas sorption applications” J. CO2 Utilization 25 (2018) 302Impact factor: 5.503

53.    Raeesh Muhammad and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Cyclophosphazene based hybrid nanoporous materials as superior metal-free adsorbents for gas sorption applications” Langmuir. 34 (2018) 2926. Impact factor: 3.789

52.    Monika Chaudhary and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Nitrogen enriched polytriazine as metal-free heterogeneous catalyst for the Knoevenagel reaction under mild conditions” New J. Chem. 42 (2018) 12924. Impact factor: 3.201

51.    Raeesh Muhammad, Jyoti and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Nitrogen enriched triazine bridged mesoporous organosilicas for CO2 capture and dye adsorption applications” J. Mol. Liq. 248 (2017) 17. Impact factor: 4.513

50.    Pawan Rekha, Raeesh Muhammad, Vivek Sharma, Manojkumar Ramteke and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Unprecedented adsorptive removal of Cr2O72- and methyl orange by using a low surface area organosilica” J. Mater. Chem. A (2016) 17866. Impact factor: 9.931

49.    Umapada Pal,* Alberto Sandoval, Sergio Isaac Uribe Madrid, Grisel Corro, Vivek Sharma, and Paritosh Mohanty, “Mixed titanium, silicon, and aluminum oxide nanostructures as novel adsorbent for removal of rhodamine 6G and methylene blue as cationic dyes from aqueous solution” Chemosphere 163 (2016) 142Impact factor: 4.427

48.    Vivek Sharma, Pawan Rekha and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Nanoporous hypercrosslinked polyaniline: An efficient adsorbent for the adsorptive removal of cationic and anionic dyes” J. Mol. Liq. 222 (2016) 1091. Impact factor: 4.513

47.    Vivek Sharma, Santimoy Khilari, Debabrata Pradhan and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Solvothermally synthesized nanoporous hypercrosslinked polyaniline: studies of the gas sorption and charge storage” RSC Adv. 6 (2016) 56421. Impact factor: 2.936

46.    Raeesh Muhammad, Pawan Rekha and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Aminal linked inorganic-organic hybrid nanoporous materials (HNMs) for CO2 capture and H2 storage applications” RSC Adv. 6 (2016) 17100. Impact factor: 2.936

45.    Rajib Mistri, Dipak Das, Jordi Llorca, Montserrat Dominguez, Tapas Kumar Mandal, Paritosh Mohanty, Bidhan Chandra Ray and Arup Gayen, “Selective liquid phase benzyl alcohol oxidation over Cu-loaded LaFeO3 perovskite” RSC Adv. 6 (2016) 4469. Impact factor: 2.936

44.    Raeesh Muhammad, Pawan Rekha and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Facile synthesis of a thermally stable imine and benzimidazole functionalized nanoporous polymer (IBFNP) for CO2 capture application” Greenhouse Gas Sci. Tehnol. 6 (2016) 150. Impact factor: 1.991

43.    Pawan Rekha, Vivek Sharma and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Synthesis of cyclophosphazene bridged mesoporous organosilicas for CO2 capture and Cr(VI) removal” Micropor. Mesopor. Mater. 219 (2016) 93. Impact factor: 3.649

42.    P.V. R. K. Ramacharyulu, Raeesh Muhammad, J. Praveen Kumar, G. K. Prasad* and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Iron phthalocyanine modified mesoporous titania nanoparticles for photocatalytic activity and CO2 capture applications” Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 17 (2015) 26456. Impact factor: 3.906

41.    Indu Chauhan, Sudiksha Aggrawal, Chandravati and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Metal oxide nanostructures incorporated/immobilized paper matrices and their applications: A Review” RSC Adv. 5 (2015) 83036. Impact factor: 2.936

40.    Pawan Rekha, Raeesh Muhammad and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Sonochemical synthesis of cyclophosphazene bridged mesoporous organosilicas and their application in methyl orange, congo red and Cr(VI)removal” RSC Adv. 5 (2015) 67690. Impact factor: 2.936

39.    Sudiksha Aggrawal, Indu Chauhan and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Immobilization of Bi2O3 nanoparticles on the cellulose fibers of paper matrices by a facile single step method and study of the antibacterial activity against E. coli in visible light” Mater. Express 5 (2015) 429. Impact factor: 1.597

38.    Vivek Sharma, Asit Sahoo, Yogesh Sharma and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Synthesis of nanoporous hypercrosslinked polyaniline (HCPANI) for gas sorption and electrochemical supercapacitor applications” RSC Adv. 5 (2015) 45749. Impact factor: 2.936

37.    Indu Chauhan, Sudiksha Aggrawal and Paritosh Mohanty*, “ZnO nanowires immobilized paper matrices for visible light induced antibacterial activity against Escherichia coliEnviron. Sci.: Nano. 2 (2015) 273. Impact factor: 6.087 (One of the most downloaded articles)

36.    Indu Chauhan and Paritosh Mohanty*, “In situ decoration of TiO2 nanoparticles on the surface of cellulose fibers and study of their photocatalytic and antibacterial activities” Cellulose 22 (2015) 507. Impact factor: 3.809

35.    Chang Woo Kim, Young Seok Son, Amol Uttam Pawar, Myoung Jong Kang, Jin You Zheng, Vivek Sharma, Paritosh Mohanty* and Young Soo Kang,* “Facile fabrication and photoelectrochemical properties of a one axis-oriented NiO thin film with a (111) dominant facet” J. Mater. Chem.A 2 (2014) 19867.Impact factor: 9.931

34.    Indu Chauhan and Paritosh Mohanty*, Immobilization of titania nanoparticles on the surface of cellulose fibres by a facile single step hydrothermal method and study of their photocatalytic and antibacterial activities” RSC Adv. 4 (2014) 57885. Impact factor: 2.936

33.    Pawan Rekha, Usharani Sahoo and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Click-based porous inorganic-organic hybrid materials (PHMs) containing cyclophosphazene units and its application in carbon dioxide capture” RSC Adv. 4 (2014) 34860. Impact factor: 2.936

32.    Rajib Mistri, Sayantani Maiti, Jordi Llorca, Montserrat Dominguez, Tapas Kumar Mandal, Paritosh Mohanty, Bidhan Chandra Ray and Arup Gayen “Copper ion substituted hercynite (Cu0.03Fe0.97Al2O4): A highly active catalyst for liquid phase oxidation of cyclohexane” Appl. Catal. A 485 (2014) 40. Impact factor: 4.521

31.    Vinay Khatri, Katalin Halász, Lidija V. Trandafilovi?, Suzana Dimitrijevi?-Brankovi?, Paritosh Mohanty, Vladimir Djokovik and Levente Csóka, “ZnO-modified cellulose fiber sheets for antibody immobilization” Carbohydr. Polym. 109 (2014) 139. Impact factor: 5.158

30.    Indu Chauhan, Sujay Chattopadhyay and Paritosh Mohanty*, “Fabrication of titania nanowires incorporated paper sheets and study of their optical properties” Mater. Express 3 (2013) 343. Impact factor: 1.597



From Lehigh University, USA (2006 to 2010)

29.    Paritosh Mohanty, Berenika Kokoszka, Cong Liu, Manuel Weinberger, Manik Mandal, Vincenzo Stagno, Yingwei Fei and Kai Landskron, “Large-pore periodic mesoporous silicas with crystalline channel walls and exceptional hydrothermal stability synthesized by a general high-pressure nanocasting route” Micropor. Mesopor. Mater. 152 (2012) 214. Impact factor: 3.649

28.    Paritosh Mohanty, Lilian D. Kull and Kai Landskron, “Porous covalent electron-rich organonitridic frameworks as highly selective sorbents for methane and carbon dioxide” Nat. Commun. 2:401 doi: 10.1038/ncomms1405 (2011). Impact factor: 12.353 (FEATURED in USA Today and other NEWS media)

27.    Paritosh Mohanty, Jinwoo Li, K. Jebrell Glover and Kai Landskron, “Discoid bicelles as efficient templates for pillared lamellar periodic mesoporous silicas at pH 7 and ultrafast reaction times” Nanoscale Res. Lett. 6 (2011) 61.Impact factor: 3.125

26.    Zhili Liang, Paritosh Mohanty, Yingwei Fei and Kai Landskron, “Synthesis of coesite nanocrystals from periodic mesoporous organosilica at low temperature and extreme pressure” Chem. Commun. 46 (2010) 8815. Impact factor: 6.29

25.    Li Zhang, Paritosh Mohanty, Niel Coombs, Yingwei Fei, Ho-Kwang Mao and Kai Landskron, “Catalyst-free Synthesis of Transparent, Mesoporous Diamond Monoliths from Periodic Mesoporous Carbon CMK-8” Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. (PNAS) USA 107 (2010) 13593. Impact factor: 9.504 (FEATURED in CBC News)

24.    Paritosh Mohanty, Volkan Ortalan, Nigel D. Browning, Ilke Arslan, Yingwei Fei and Kai Landskron, “Direct Formation of Mesoporous Coesite Single Crystals from Periodic Mesoporous Silica at Extreme Pressure” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 49 (2010) 4301.Impact factor: 12.102

23.    Paritosh Mohanty and Kai Landskron, “Simple Systemaic Synthesis of Size-tunable Covalent Organophosphonitridic Framework Nano and Microspheres” New J. Chem. 34 (2010) 215. (FEATURED AS HOT PAPER) Impact factor: 3.201

22.    Paritosh Mohanty, Nyi Myat Khine Linn and Kai Landskron, “Ultrafast Sonochemical Synthesis of Methane and Ethane Bridged Periodic Mesoporous Organosilicas” Langmuir 26 (2010) 1147. Impact factor: 3.789

21.    Paritosh Mohanty, Yingwei Fei and Kai Landskron, “On the High-Pressure Behavior of Periodic Mesoscale SBA-16 Silica/Carbon Composites: Studies at 10 GPa Between 25 and 1800 °C” High Pressure Res. 29 (2009) 754. Impact factor: 1.15

20.    Paritosh Mohanty and Kai Landskron, “Simple Systematic Synthesis of Periodic Mesoporous Organosilica Nanoparticles with Adjustable Aspect Ratios” Nanoscale Res. Lett.4 (2009) 1524. Impact factor: 3.125

19.    Paritosh Mohanty, Yingwei Fei and Kai Landskron, “Synthesis of Periodic Mesoporous Coesite” J. Amer. Chem. Soc. (Commun.) 131 (2009) 9638. Impact factor: 14.357

18.    Paritosh Mohanty and Kai Landskron, “Synthesis of Periodic Mesoporous Phosphorus-Nitrogen Frameworks by Nanocasting from Mesoporous Silica Using Melt-infiltration” J. Mater. Chem. 19 (2009) 2400. Impact factor: 6.626

17.    Paritosh Mohanty, Dong Li, Tianbo Liu, Yingwei Fei and Kai Landskron, “Synthesis of Stishovite Nanocrystals From Periodic Mesoporous Silica” J. Amer. Chem. Soc. (Commun.) 131 (2009) 2764. Impact factor: 14.357

16.    Paritosh Mohanty and Kai Landskron, “Periodic Mesoporous Organosilica Nanorice” Nanoscale Res. Lett. 4 (2009) 169. Impact factor: 3.125


4       Kai Landskron, David T. Moore, Nina Finamore, Berenika Kokoszka, Cong Liu and Paritosh Mohanty, “Supercapacitive Swing Adsorption” PCT Int. Appl. (2012), PCT/US2012/034096.

3.      Kai Landskron, and Paritosh Mohanty, “Organonitridic Frameworks with Hierarchical Pore Structures and High Gas Selectivity” (2017/4/18), US patent No: 9623398.

2.      Kai Landskron, Paritosh Mohanty, and Yingwei Fei “Production of Ultrahard Stishovite Nanoparticles by Hot-pressing of Mesoporous Silica” US Pat.No. US20100192474A1, pp12.

1.      Kai Landskron and Paritosh Mohanty, “Periodic mesoporous phosphorus-nitrogen compounds” US Pat No. US7824641B2, pp12.

From KAIST, South Korea (2004 to 2006)

15.    Paritosh Mohanty, Ilsun Yoon, Taejoon Kang, Kwanyong Seo, Kumar S. K. Varadwaj, Wonjun Choi, Q-Han Park, Jae Pyung Ahn, Hyotcherl Ihee and Bongsoo Kim, “Simple Vapor Phase Synthesis of Single-Crystalline Ag Nanowires and Single-Nanowire Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering” J. Amer. Chem. Soc. (Commun.) 129 (2007) 9576. Impact factor: 14.357

14.    K. S. K. Varadwaj, Kwanyong Seo, Juneho In, Paritosh Mohanty, Jeunghee Park and Bongsoo Kim, "Phase Controlled Growth of Metastable Fe5Si3 Nanowires by a Vapor Transport Method" J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 129(2007) 8594. Impact factor: 14.357

13.    Kwanyong Seo, K. S. K. Varadwaj, Paritosh Mohanty, Sunghun Lee, Younghun Jo, Muyng-Hwa Jung, Jinhee Kim and Bongsoo Kim, "Magnetic properties of single crystalline CoSi nanowires" Nano. Lett. 7 (2007) 1240. Impact factor: 12.08

12.    Paritosh Mohanty, Bongsoo Kim and Jeunghee Park, “Synthesis of single crystalline europium doped ZnO nanowires” Mater. Sci. Engg. B 138 (2007) 224. Impact factor: 3.316

11.    Paritosh Mohanty, Bongsoo Kim and Jeunghee Park, “Large scale synthesis of highly pure single crystalline tellurium nanowires by thermal evaporation method” J. Nanosci. Nanotechn. 6 (2006) 3380. Impact factor: 1.354

10.      Paritosh Mohanty, Bongsoo Kim, Gangho Lee and Jeunghee Park, “Fabrication of single crystalline cadmium nanowires by a facile low temperature vapor phase method”, J. Nanosci. Nanotechn. 6 (2006) 3376. Impact factor: 1.354

9.      Paritosh Mohanty, Taejon Kang, Bongsoo Kim and Jeunghe Park “Synthesis of single crystalline tellurium nanotubes with triangular and hexagonal cross section” J. Phys. Chem. B 110 (2006) 791-795. Impact factor: 3.14


From Ph.D. work at IIT Kharagpur (1999 to 2004)

8.    Paritosh Mohanty and Shanker Ram, “Synthesis of hexagonal Al2-x­CrxO3nanodisks by a thermal decomposition of mesoporous Cr4+:Al2O3 powders” J. Mater. Sci. 43 (2008) 2053. Impact factor: 2.302

7.      P. Mohanty and S. Ram, “Light emission associated with the 5D0®7F3 forbidden transition in Eu3+ cations dispersed in an Eu3+:Al2O3 mesoporous structure” Phil. Mag. Lett. 86 (2006) 375-384. Impact factor: 0.918

6.      P. Mohanty, S. Ram, M. L. N. Goswami and H. N. Acharya, “Electron-phonon interaction assisted photoluminescence in Eu2O3 nanocrystals” Indian J. Phys.78A (2004) 239-242.Impact factor: 1.377

5.      P. Mohanty and S. Ram, “Enhanced photoemission in dispersed Eu2O3 nanoparticles in amorphous Al2O3J. Mater. Chem.13 (2003) 3021-3025. Impact factor: 6.626

4.      S. Ram and P. Mohanty, “Synthesis of Eu2O3 nanocrystals in a new polymorph in corundum structure by reactive doping in a mesoporous Al2O3 powder” J. Mater. Sci. Lett. 21 (2002) 1127-1129. Impact factor: 1.885

3.      P. Mohanty and S. Ram, “Confined growth in Eu2O3 nanocrystals in a new polymorph in an amorphous mesoporous Al2O3Phil. Mag. B 82 (2002) 1129-1144.Impact factor: 1.632

2.      P. Mohanty and S. Ram, “Thermodynamic lattice instability driving bulk amorphization in Eu3+ doped Al2O3 mesoporous composites”Mater.Lett. 53 (2002) 287-295. Impact factor: 2.437

1.      P. Mohanty and S. Ram, “Dissolution of Eu3+ cations in mesopores in amorphous Al2O3 and controlled reconstructive nucleation and growth of g-Al2O3 nanoparticles”J. Euro. Ceram. Soc. 22 (2002) 933-945. Impact factor: 2.933



2.      P. Mohanty and S. Ram, “An highly stable g-Al2O3 mesoporous structure and its process for manufacture”. (Indian patent application 2004, Patent number IN 2003KO00244).

1.      S. Ram and P. Mohanty “Sol-gel preparation of amorphous AlO(OH)×0.2H2O glass from surface treated Al”. (Indian 2005, Patent number IN 195293, Date 20030519).

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