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  • Dr Shaikh M. Mobin

  • Associate Professor
  • Indian Institute of Technology Indore
Publications 2002 - 2021

Publications

  • 456
    Journal Articles
  • 2
    Chapters
    in Book
  • 2
    Conference
    Proceedings
  • 6
    Review
  • 4
    Short Survey
  • 1
    Editorial
  • 8
  • 80
  • 3
  • 351

Citations / H-Index

10494 Citations
50 h-index
8912 Citations

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Expertise

Inorganic and Nuclear Chemistry

Dr. Shaikh group within short time has evolved as a multidisciplinary research group performing innovative research in closed loop of Inorganic Chemistry, Organometallics, Nanomaterials and Biomaterials. Further, we involved in designing series of sensors, single source molecular precursors (SSMPs) and facile synthesis of new metal organic frameworks (MOFs) and their applications in complete energy solution, sensing, drug delivery etc. are leading area of research in his group.

Experience

  • Associate Professor

    Department of Chemistry

    Indian Institute of Technology Indore


Qualification

  • PhD

    Mumbai University


Research Projects

MOFs@Graphene hybrid smart textured nanofibers for flexible energy storage devices

Funding Agency : Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB)

Catalytic applications of Nanocatalysts derived from single source molecular precursor (SSMPs)

Funding Agency : Board of Research in Nuclear Sciences (BRNS)

Development of biosensors and antibacterial imaging agents for rapid and effective detection of bacteria by employing certain metal complexes and nanomaterials

Funding Agency : Council of Scientific and Industrial research

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MOFs@Graphene hybrid smart textured nanofibers for flexible energy storage devices

Funding Agency : Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB)

Catalytic applications of Nanocatalysts derived from single source molecular precursor (SSMPs)

Funding Agency : Board of Research in Nuclear Sciences (BRNS)

Development of biosensors and antibacterial imaging agents for rapid and effective detection of bacteria by employing certain metal complexes and nanomaterials

Funding Agency : Council of Scientific and Industrial research

Development of intracellular Fluorescent metal ion sensors and subcellular targeting

Funding Agency : Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB)

Studies of Certain Thiocarboxylate Based Ligands and their Metal Complexes: Synthesis, X-Ray Structure and Electrochemical Properties

Funding Agency : Council of Scientific and Industrial research

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