Student Publications - Chemistry Department

 

Publications From QCC Students in Peer Reviewed Journals


(QCC Students with Bold)


  • Moni Chauhan, Chinara Feizullayeva, Krishna Melepura, Swetha Matam, Aarti Patel, Qiaxian Johnson, and Bhanu P.S.Chauhan, “"Controlled Fabrication of Self-Assembled Arrays of Silver Nanoparticles”, Journal of Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers and Materials, 2014, 24:994-1000.

  • Tirandai Hemraj-Benny; Moni Chauhan; Lihua Zhang; Chi Kwan Wong; Gurpreet Singh; Eunchul Kim; Esther Ahn “Synthesis and Characterization of Novel Hybrids of Tris[3-(trimethoxysilyl)propyl] Isocyanurate (TTPI) Capped Palladium Nanoparticles and Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes”, Silicon, 2010,

  • Keith Ramig; Edyta M. Greer; David J. Szalda; Rabail Razi; Fahima Mahir; Nataliya Pokeza; Wei Wong; Benjamin Kaplan; Joanne Lam; Ayesha Mannan; Christopher Missak; Dat Mai; Gopal Subramaniam; William F. Berkowitz; Prakash Prasad; Sasan Karimi; Ngai Hin Lo; Linas V. Kudzma“Experimental and Theoretical Studies of a One-flask Synthesis of 3H-1-Benzazepines from 2-Haloanilines and a,ß-Unsaturated Ketones”, Eur. J. Org. Chem, 2010, 2363–2371.

  • Thomas, M.; Rothman, L.; Hatcher, J.; Agarkar, P.; Ramkirath, R.; Lall-Ramnarine, S.; Engel, R. “Synthesis and Thermochemical Properties of Stereoisomeric Dihydroxy- and Tetrahydroxyalkylammonium Salts”, Synthesis, 2009, 1437-1444.

  • Chauhan Bhanu P. S.; Sarkar, A.; Chauhan, M.; Roka, A. “Water as Green Oxidant: a Highly Selective Conversion of Organosilanes to Silanols with Water”, Appl. Organometal. Chem., 2009, 23(10), 385-390.

  • Subramaniam, G.; Patel, V.; Karimi, S. “Conformational Analysis of Longifolene”, Spectroscopy. Letters, 2008, 41, 349-353.

  • Shin, J. H.; Song, S.; Kim, Y.; Subramaniam, G. "Applying Low Field 13C NMR Spectroscopy to Find Isoelectric Points of Amino Acids”, Chemical Educator, 2007, 12 (4), 275-278.

  • Subramaniam, G.; Karimi, S.; Phillips, D. “Solution conformation of Longifolene and Its Precursor by NMR and ab initio Calculations”, Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry, 2006, 44, 1118-1121.

  • Karimi, S.; Christodoulou, J.; Subramaniam, G. “Tandem Favorskii Intermediate/Cyclization Leading to Tricyclo[4.4.0.0]Decanediones”, Synthetic Communications, 2006, 36, 929-934.

  • Gao, D.; Svoronos , P.; Wong, P . K.; Maddalena, Deborah; Hwang, Junwoong; Walker, Hughton , “pKa of Acetate in Water: A Computational Study”, J. Phys. Chem. A., 2005, 109 (47), 10776-10785.

  • Chauhan, M.; Pantano, Richard; Rathore, Jitendra S.; Chauhan, Bhanu P. S., “Synthesis And Catalytic Applications of Tris (Trimethoxysilylpropyl) Isocynurate Grafted “Pd”-Nanoclusters”, American Chemical Society Polymer Preprints, 2004, 45, 598-599.

  • Karimi, S.; Tavares, P., “An Efficient Formal Synthesis of the Sesquiterpenoid Longifolene”, J. Nat. Prod., 2003, 66, 520-523.

  • De Lezaeta, M.; Sattar, W.; Svoronos, P.; Karimi, S.; G. Subramaniam, “Effect of Various Acids at Different Concentrations on the Pinacol Rearrangement ”, Tetrahedron Lett., 2002, 43, 9307-9309.

  • Karimi, S. ; Carrico, D.; Anwar, S., “Tandem Ring Expansion/Aldol Cyclization of Bicyclo[5.4.0 1,7]Undecanediones”, Tetrahedron Lett., 2002, 43, 33-35.

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