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Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry
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Shubhangi B Umbarkar

Shubhangi B Umbarkar The University of Alabama USA


He is awarded PhD in chemistry from IIT Bombay, Mumbai in the 1996. and in the year 2000 he was Post Doctoral Research Fellow (with Prof. Dr. Manfred Scheer, University of Karlsruhe,Germany,he has been a recipient of many award and grants. Currently,he is working as a scientist for National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, India.His international experience includes various programs contributions and participation in different countries for diverse fields of study.Hisresearch interests reflect in his wide range of publications in various national and international journals. He serves as a member of various associations apart from being an author .

Research Interest

Synthesis, charictrization and catalytic applications of molybdenum carbonyl & molybdenum dioxo organometallic complexes,Synthesis of mixed metal oxide based solid acid catalysts and catalytic applications for acid catalysedb esterification,transesterfication, acetalyzation, nitration etc. Environmental Catalysis - deNOx catalysis for removal of NOx from lean burn engines and diesel oxidation catalysts (DOC) In situ FTIR studies of various heterogeneous catalytic systems Molecular stimulations using Gaussian and Turbomole 6.4 packeges in studying the plausable mechanism for a chemical reaction.


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