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Nano-materials & nano-particles

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Nanoscale materials are considered to be attractive building blocks for constructing novel devices due to their unique size-dependent, and often tunable, thermal, optical, electronic and magnetic properties arising from quantum confinement effects. In particular, there has been a great deal of interest in creating ordered assemblies of nanoclusters of select sizes, arranged in specific configurations. Scientists at NCL prepare several such hybrid materials in the form of nanotubes, and nano-composites inorder to reap their benefits in potential applications such as sensors, catalysis, nonlinear optics and single electron devices.

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Gopinath,Dr.C.S.

CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory,
Dr. Homi Bhabha Road ,

Pune 411 008 India
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Dr. Pankaj Poddar

Senior Scientist: Physical And Materials Chemistry
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Area Of Expertise:- Biosynthesis; Materials Chemistry; Nanoparticles of Biomolecules; Nanotechnology; Soft Condensed Matter Physics

Luwang Dr. M. N.

Scientist: Chemical Engineering & Process Development
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Area Of Expertise:- Materials Chemistry; Nanotechnology

Prasad,Dr.B.L.V.

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Senior Principal Scientist: Physical And Materials Chemistry
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Area Of Expertise:- Materials Chemistry; Nanotechnology

Putla Dr. S.

Scientist: Catalysis And Inorganic Chemistry
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Area Of Expertise:- Catalysis; Materials Chemistry; Nanotechnology

Shelke Dr. M. V.

Principal Scientist: Physical And Materials Chemistry
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Area Of Expertise:- Materials Chemistry; Nanotechnology