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CHEMISTRY RESEARCH CENTRE

The Department of Chemistry was recognized as a Research Centre by Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli for pursuing research in Chemistry on April 2007. Dr.S.Anbarasan, Associate Professor of Chemistry is serving as the Head for the research centre. At present, three faculty members are approved as Ph.D. guides by Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli and ten scholars are pursuing their Ph.D. degree in various fields of chemistry under their guidance in our Research Centre.

Objectives of the Research Centre

  • To stimulate academic environment for promotion of quality research.
  • To establish synergistic collaboration with national and international organizations.
  • To compete with the scholars of the national and international community.
  • To create awareness of the latest developments in the field of chemistry.

Features of the Research Centre

  • The research centre is networked with broad-band internet round the clock and  INFLIBNET network of UGC can be accessed
  • There is an air-conditioned instrumentation room equipped with sophisticated UV-Visible spectrophotometer for analytical purpose.
  • One major research project funded by UGC and three minor research projects funded by different agencies have been completed.
  • So far more than sixty research papers have been published in reputed national and international journals.  Eighteen research papers have been presented in International seminars and more than sixty research papers have been presented in National level conferences.

  

Details about the Research Projects

The research activities of the centre are assisted by various agencies like UGC, Madurai Kamaraj University and the Management of Aditanar College. The funded projects of                 Dr. P. Subramaniam are:

S.No

Title of the Project

Nature of the Project

Funding Agency

Period

Status

1

Micellar Effect on the Fe(III) and Cr(III)-Salen Catalysed Redox Reactions of Methionines and Thioether containing Organic Compounds

Major

 UGC

 

2011-2014

Completed

2

Electron Transfer Reactions of Polypyridine-Metal Complexes with Aromatic Sulphur Compounds

Minor

UGC

2007-2009

Completed

3

Mechanistic and structural studies on disulphides

Minor

UGC

1988- 1990

Completed

4

13C NMR spectral study of ortho-effect in phenyl-mercaptoacetic acids and phenylsulphonylacetic acids

Minor

Madurai Kamaraj University

1987-1989

Completed

Details about the Scholars

Fifteen scholars have successfully completed their Ph.D. degree and one scholar has submitted his thesis.  More than 40 students have under taken their M.Phil. degree from our research centre.  

S.No

Name of the Scholar

Title of the thesis

Status

1

Mrs. S. Selvakumari

Studies on the effect of additives on zinc-cobalt alloy electrodeposition and their characterization

Awarded in Dec 2018

2

Mrs. C. Shanmuga Sundari

Oxygenation Reactions of Organic Sulfur Compounds with Metal Complexes–Kinetic and Mechanistic Approach

Awarded in Mar 2018

3

Mrs. R. Jeevi Esther Rathnakumari

A Mechanistic Study of Redox Reactions

Awarded in Sep 2017

4

Mr. S. Anbarasan

Generation Generation of Oxometal Ion and its Reactivity with Biologically Important Organic Sulphur Compounds of Oxometal Ion and its Reactivity with Biologically Important Organic Sulphur Compounds

Awarded in Sep 2017

5

Mrs. S. Shobana

Synthesis, Structural and Stability studies of some transition metal complexes

Awarded in Aug 2017

6

Mrs. J. Janet Sylvia Jaba Rose

Mechanism of Electron Transfer Reactions in Organic Sulphur Compounds

Awarded in July 2017

7

Mrs. S. Sugirtha Devi

Electron Transfer Reactions of Metal Complexes with Organic Compounds

Awarded in Aug 2015

8

Mrs. A.G. Annaselvi

Utility of Cyclodextrins In Agriculture: Synthesis and Characterization of  Inclusion Complexes Between Cyclodextrins and Some Herbicides

Awarded in June 2015

9

Mrs. M. Jansi Rani

Application of Low Cost Carbon And Biomaterials for Toxic Pollutants Removal From Aqueous Systems

Awarded in June 2015

10

Mrs. N. Thamil Selvi

Dynamics and Mechanism of Some Electron Transfer Reactions

Awarded in Jan 2015

11

Mrs. K. Jacinth Mispa

Studies on Conducting Polymeric Composite Materials

Awarded in Mar 2014

12

Mrs. G. Revathi

Adsorption Kinetics involving Low cost Carbon

Awarded in Feb 2013

13

Mr. A. Vijaya Kumar

Kinetics and Equilibrium Studies on the Removal of Dyes by Adsorption onto Activated Carbons Prepared from Tree Leaves

Awarded in Feb 2012

14

Mr. P. Balakumar

Studies in Electron Transfer Reactions

Awarded in Dec. 2010

15

Ms. D. Sweetlin Rajula  Rubavathi

Electron Transfer Reactions of Iron(III) and Cobalt(III) Complexes in Reverse Micelles

Awarded in July 2010

16

Mr. M. Maria Albert Denison

 

Synthesis and Spectral investigation of some transition metal complexes with carboxyamides

Submitted in Dec 2018

The following scholars are pursuing doctoral studies in the research centre

 S.No

Name

      Area of Research

Category

Guide Name: Dr. P. Subramaniam

1

Mrs. C. Kavitha

 

Salen Mediated Reactions and Linear Free Energy Relationships

Part time

2

Mrs. N. Kohila

 

Synthesis, ion-Exchange Behavior and Environmental Applications of Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Materials

Part time

3

Mrs. P. Muhambihai

 

Synthesis, Characterization and Applications of Nanomaterials – Nanoparticles and Nanocomposites

Part-time

Guide Name: Dr. K. Jacinth Mispa

4

Mrs. T. Amutha

Investigations on conducting polymeric composite materials for analytical applications

Part-time

5

Mrs. R. Umadevi

Fabrication and Characterization of electrically conductive composites for novel applications

Part-time

6

Ms. T. Kodispathi

Development of conducting polymer based composites for environmental applications

Part-time

Guide Name: Dr. P. Deepa Rani

7

C. Sangeetha

Corrosion studies

Part-time

8

Mr. M. Bala

Corrosion studies

Part-time

9

Mr. Madhusudhan

Corrosion studies

Part-time

10

Mrs. Michael Maragadham

Corrosion studies

Part-time

 

Details about the research papers published by Dr. P. Subramaniam

1)             Spectral, thermal, fluorescence and antimicrobial studies of binuclear Mn(II) Complexes with bis-(Carboxyamides) derived from 4,4’-diaminobiphenyl, 1,4-diaminobenzene with anhydrides, M. Maria Albert Denison, D. Kanagavel and P. Subramaniam, Inter. J. Res. Advent Tech., 6, 2560-2667 (2018).

 

2)             Synthesis, spectral characterization and antimicrobial properties of binuclear bis-(carboxyamides) with oxovanadium(IV) coordination compounds, M. Maria Albert Denison, D. Kanagavel and P. Subramaniam, Inter. J. Sci. Res. Rev. 7, 695-703 (2018).

 

3)             Development and physico-chemical characterization of conducting polymeric zirconium based advanced nanocomposite ion-exchangers for environmental remediation, K. Jacinth Mispa, K. Anusiya, P. Subramaniam and R. Murugesan, Nano Hybrids and Composites, 20, 121-148 (2018).

 

4)             Kinetic study on the oxidation of phenyl vinyl sulfide with iron(III)-polypyridyl complexes in the presence of anionic micelle, P. Balakumar, S. Balakumar, P. Subramaniam and D. Sweetlin Rajula Rubavathi, Int. J. Chem Tech Res., 11, 262-264 (2018).

 

5)             Effect of additives on electrodeposition of zinc and zinc-cobalt alloy in non-cyanide alkaline bath, S. Selvakumari, M. Chandran, S. Premlatha, G. N. K. Ramesh Bapu and P.  Subramaniam, J. Res. in Sci., 3, 45-50 (2017).

 

6)             Effect of additives on morphology texture and corrosion resistance of electrodeposited zinc and zinc-cobalt alloy, S. Selvakumari, M. Chandran, S. Premlatha, G. N. K. Ramesh Babu and P. Subramaniam, Int. J. Eng. Res. Devel., 13, 21-31 (2017).

 

7)             Oxidative decarboxylation reaction between phenylsulfinylacetic acids and [FeIII(salen)Cl] complex in TX-100 medium, P. Subramaniam and C. Shanmuga Sundari, J. Chem & Cheml. Sci., 7, 486-494 (2017).

 

8)             Arsenic removal using silver-impregnated Prosopis spicigera L. wood (PSLW) activated carbon: Batch and column studies, M. Murugan, M. Jansi Rani, P. Subramaniam and E. Subramanian, J. Appl. Sci. Environ. Manage., 21, 1307-1312 (2017).

 

9)             Stability studies on solution equilibria of Zn(II) pyrimidine nucleus bases,        S. Shobaba, P. Subramaniam, J. Dharmajara, S. Aravind Narayan and L. Mitu, Bul. Chem. Comm., 49, 347-353 (2017).

 

10)         Ion-exchange behavior of new and novel zirconium(IV)-based. composite cation-exchangers, K. Jacinth Mispa, R. Muthulakshmi, C. Prathees Kumar,
P. Subramaniam and R. Murugesan, Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, 56, 55-70 (2017).

 

11)         Modulation of catalytic activity by ligand oxides in the sulfoxidation of phenylmercaptoacetic acids by oxo(salen)chromium(V) complexes, P. Subramaniam, S. Anbarasan, S. Sugirtha devi and A. Ramdass, Polyhedron, 119, 14-22 (2016).

 

12)         Importance of ground state stabilization in the oxovanadium(IV)-salophen mediated reactions of phenylsulfinylacetic acids by hydrogen peroxide-Nonlinear Hammett correlation, P. Subramaniam, R. Jeevi Esther Rathinakumari and J. Janet Sylvia Jaba Rose, Polyhedron, 117, 496-503 (2016).

 

13)         A paradigm shift in rate determining step from single electron transfer between phenylsulfinylacetic acids and iron(III) polypyridyl complexes to nucleophilic attack of water to the produced sulfoxide radical cation: a non-linear Hammett, P. Subramaniam, J. Janet Sylvia Jaba Rose and R. Jeevi Esther Rathinakumari, J. Phy. Org. Chem., 29, 496-504 (2016).

 

14)         Electrophilic and nucleophilic pathways in ligand oxide mediated reactions of phenylsulfinylacetic acids with oxo(salen)chromium(V) complexes, P. Subramaniam, S. Sugirtha devi and S. Anbarasan, Polyhedron, 115, 164-173 (2016).

 

15)         Stability and structural studies on Ni(II)-5-fluorouracil mixed ligand complex systems, S. Shobana, P. Subramaniam, J. Dharmaraja and S. Arvindnarayan, J. Solution Chem., 45, 334-358 (2016).

 

16)         Study of water soluble dyes adsorption from aqueous solution by Prosopis spicigera L. wood (PSLW) carbon, M. Jansi Rani, M. Murugan, P. Subramaniam and E. Subramanian, Indian J. Chem. Tech., 23, 22-30 (2016).

 

17)         Picolinic acid promoted oxidative decarboxylation of phenylsulfinylacetic  acid by Cr(VI), P. Subramaniam and N. Thamil Selvi, Bull. Chem. Soc. Ethiop., 30, 137-146 (2016).

 

18)         Dynamics of cetyltrimethylammonium bromide-mediated reaction of phenylsulfinylacetic acid with Cr(VI): Treatment of pseudo-phase models, P. Subramaniam and N. Thamil Selvi, J. Serb. Chem. Soc., 80, 1019-1034 (2015).

 

19)         Kinetic Study on the Oxidation of Phenyl Vinyl Sulfide with Iron(III)-Polypyridyl Complexes in the Presence of Non-Ionic Micelle, P. Balakumar,    S. Balakumar and P. Subramaniam, Chem. Tech Res., 8, 603-606 (2015).

 

20)         Structural, morphological and biological investigations of some transition metal-5-Fluorouracil-amino acid mixed ligand complexes, S. Shobana, P. Subramaniam, J. Dharmaraja and S. Arvind Narayan, Inorganica Chemica Acta, 435, 244-261 (2015).

 

21)         Interaction of  pyridine-2,6-dicarboxylic acid with Cr(VI) in the oxidative decarboxylation of phenylsulfinyl acetic acid and linear free energy relationship, P. Subramaniam and N. Thamil Selvi, Amer. Chem. Sci. J., 6, 105-114 (2015).

 

22)         Spectroscopic study of bifenox complexation with α-, β- and γ-cyclodextrin in solution and solid state, Pushpa R Gopalan,  P. Subramaniam and A.G. Annaselvi, Amer. Chem. Sci. J., 6, 115-125 (2015).

 

23)         Synthesis, structural elucidation, biological, antioxidant and nuclease activities of some 5-Fluorouracil-amino acid mixed ligand complexes, S. Shobana, P. Subramaniam, L. Mitu, J. Dharmaraja and S. Arvind Narayan, Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 134, 333-344 (2015).

 

24)         Role of Iron(III)-salen chloride as oxidizing agent with thiodiglycolic acid: The Effect of Axial Ligands, P. Subramaniam, T. Vanitha, T. Kodispathi and C. Shanmuga Sundari, J. Mex. Chem. Soc., 58, 211-217 (2014).

 

25)         Micellar and substituent effects on the redox reactions of phenylsulfinylacetic acid and Cr(VI) in SDS Medium, P. Subramaniam and N. Thamil Selvi, Inter. J. Adv. Sci. Tech. Res., 4, 418-427 (2014).

 

26)         A study on water hyacinth Eichhornia crassipes as oil sorbent, M. Jansi Rani, M. Murugan, P. Subramaniam and E. Subramanian, J. Appl. Nat. Sci., 6, 134-138, (2014).

 

27)         Proximal effect of the nitrogen bases in the oxidative decarboxylation of phenylsulfinylacetic acids by oxo(salen)chromium(V) complexes, P. Subramaniam, S. Sugirtha Devi and S. Anbarasan, J. Mol. Catalysis A: Chemical, 390, 159-168 (2014).

 

28)         Studies on polyaniline/silver molybdate nanocomposites, K. Jacinth Mispa, P. Subramaniam and R. Murugesan, Inter. J. Nanoscience, 1, 1 (2014).

 

29)         Synthesis and structural elucidation of Cu(II)-pyrimidine-amino acid mixed ligand complex: spectral, morphological, thermo and electro-chemical studies, S. Shobana, P. Subramaniam and S. Arvind Narayan, J. Emerging Tech. Mech. Sci. Eng. 5, 201-205 (2014).

 

30)         Fluoride removal from aqueous solution using batch, column and home water treatment method by low cost adsorbent : Prosopis spicigera L. Wood (PSLW) Carbon, M. Murugan, M. Jansi Rani, P. Subramaniam and E. Subramanian, Indian J. Envir. Prot., 34, 207-216 (2014).

 

31)         Morphological and pharmacological investigation on some biopotent materials derived from substituted pyrimidine and imidazole enzyme constituents, S. Shobana, P. Subramaniam, J. Dharmaraja and A. Narayan, Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 126, 242-253 (2014).

 

32)         Adsorptive removal of arsenic from aqueous solution on PSLW carbon (Prosopis spicigera L. wood): Equilibrium, kinetics, thermodynamics and home water treatment studies, M. Jansi Rani, M. Murugan, P. Subramaniam and E. Subramanian, Res. J. Chem. Environ., 18, 16-24 (2014).

 

33)         Spectral and mechanistic investigation of oxidative decarboxylation of phenylsulfinylacetic acid by Cr(VI), P. Subramaniam, N. Thamil Selvi and   S. Sugirtha Devi, J. Korean Chem. Soc., 58, 17-24 (2014).

 

34)         Spectroscopic investigation on kinetics, thermodynamics and mechanism for electron transfer reaction of iron(III) complex with sulphur centered radical in stimulated biological system, S. Deepalakshmi, A. Sivalingam, T. Kannadasan, P. Subramaniam, P. Sivakumar and S. T. Brahadeesh, Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 124, 315-321 (2014).

 

35)         Assessment of the adsorption kinetics and equilibrium for the potential removal of direct Yellow-12 dye using Jatropha Curcus L. activated carbon, G. Revathi, S. Ramalingam and P. Subramaniam, Chem. Sci. Trans., 3, 93-106 (2014).

 

36)         Studies on the preparation and characterization of β-cyclodextrin-picric acid inclusion complexes, P. R Gopalan,  A.G. Annaselvi and P. Subramaniam, Inter. J. Agri. Food Sci., 3, 90-94 (2013).

 

37)         Synthesis and characterization of polyindole/CuO nanocomposites, K. Jacinth Mispa, P. Subramaniam and R. Murugesan, Nano Trends, 15, 9-16 (2013).

 

38)         Studies on ion-exchange properties of polyaniline Zr(IV) tungstoiodo-phosphate Nanocomposite Ion Exchanger, K. Jacinth Mispa, P. Subramaniam and R. Murugesan, J. Polymers, 2013, 1-12 (2013).

 

39)         Spectral evidence for the one-step three-electron oxidation of phenylsufinylacetic acid and oxalic acid by Cr(VI), P. Subramaniam and N. Thamil Selvi, Amer. J. Anal. Chem., 4, 20-29 (2013).

 

40)         Synthesis and characterization of b-cyclodextrin capped silver nanoparticles, Pushpa R Gopalan,  A. G. Annaselvi and P. Subramaniam, Inter. J. Nanomat. Biostru., 3, 26-30 (2013).

 

41)         Preparation and characterization of inclusion complexes of isoproturon with native and modified β-cyclodextrins,  Pushpa R Gopalan,  A. G. Annaselvi and P. Subramaniam, Inter. J. Agri. Food Sci., 2, 164-169 (2012).

 

42)         Application of the Marcus theory to the electron transfer reaction between benzylthioacetic acid and tris(1,10-phenanthroline)iron(III) perchlorate, P. Balakumar, S. Balakumar and P. Subramaniam, Reac. Kinet. Mech. Cat., 107, 253–261 (2012).

 

43)         Importance of hydrophobic interaction in the micellar catalysed diphenyl sulfide oxidation with Iron(III)bipyridyl complex, P. Balakumar, S. Balakumar and P. Subramaniam, Der Chemica Sinica, 3, 959-964 (2012).

 

44)         Adsorption of basic dyes onto activated carbon prepared from teak leaf, N. Kannan, A. Vijayakumar and P. Subramaniam, Indian J. Envir. Prot., 31, 552-559 (2011).

 

45)         Removal of Direct Yellow-12 Dye from Water by Adsorption on Activated Carbon Prepared from Ficus Racemosa L, G. Revathi, S. Ramalingam, P. Subramaniam and A. Ganapathi,  E-Journal of Chem., 8, 1536-1545 (2011).

   

46)         Kinetics of adsorption of direct Yellow 12 Dye from aqueous solution by jack fruit leaf carbon, G. Revathi, S. Ramalingam and P. Subramaniam, Int. J. Chem. Sci.: 9, 524-536 (2011).  

 

47)         Oxidative polymerization of aniline using zirconium vanadate, a novel polyaniline hybrid ion exchanger, K. Jacinth Mispa, P. Subramaniam and R. Murugesan, Designed Monomers and Polymers, 14, 423–432 (2011).

 

48)         Adsorptive removal of Acid Red-114 dye by activated carbon prepared from Kattamanakku tree leaves (Jatropha Curcas L),  G. Revathi, S. Ramalingam, P. Subramaniam, A. Ganapathi and R. Valliappan, Orient. J. Chem., 26, 1385-1391 (2010).

 

49)         Removal of DNB-106 dye from dye wastewater using Athi tree leaf powder carbon (Ficus Racemosa) by adsorption, G. Revathi, S. Ramalingam, P. Subramaniam, A. Ganapathi and R. Valliappan, Orient. J. Chem., 26, 1407-1412 (2010).

 

50)         Detoxification studies on the removal of Malachite Green using teak leaf material, N. Kannan, A. Vijayakumar and P. Subramaniam, Indian J. Envir. Prot., 30, 761-767 (2010).

 

51)         Synthesis and characterization of polyindole / ZnO nanocomposites, K. Jacinth Mispa, P. Subramaniam and R. Murugesan, Int. J. Nanotech. Appl., 4, 147-152 (2010).

 

52)         Microwave-assisted route for synthesis of nanosized metal sulphides, K. Jacinth Mispa, P. Subramaniam and R. Murugesan, Chalcogenide Lett., 7, 335-340 (2010).

 

53)         Studies on the removal of red industrial dye using teak leaf, Maize corn and Babool Tree Bark Carbons - A Comparison, N. Kannan, A. Vijayakumar and   P. Subramaniam, E-J. Chem., 7, 770-774, (2010).

 

54)         Electron transfer reaction of Iron(III)-bipyridyl complex with diphenyl sulfide,  P. Balakumar, S. Balakumar and P. Subramaniam, Asian J. Chem., 22, 5723-5729  (2010).

 

Details about the research papers published by Dr. S. Anbarasan

1)             Modulation of catalytic activity by ligand oxides in the sulfoxidation of phenylmercaptoacetic acids by oxo(salen)chromium(V) complexes, P. Subramaniam, S. Anbarasan, S. Sugirtha devi and A. Ramdass, Polyhedron, 119, 14-22 (2016).

 

2)             Electrophilic and nucleophilic pathways in ligand oxide mediated reactions of phenylsulfinylacetic acids with oxo(salen)chromium(V) complexes, P. Subramaniam, S. Sugirtha devi and S. Anbarasan, Polyhedron, 115, 164-173 (2016).

 

3)             Proximal effect of the nitrogen bases in the oxidative decarboxylation of phenylsulfinylacetic acids by oxo(salen)chromium(V) complexes, P. Subramaniam, S. Sugirtha Devi and S. Anbarasan, J. Mol. Catalysis A: Chemical, 390, 159-168 (2014).

 

Details about the research papers published by Dr. K. Jacinth Mispa

1)             Development and physico-chemical characterization of conducting polymeric zirconium based advanced nanocomposite ion-exchangers for environmental remediation, K. Jacinth Mispa, K. Anusiya, P. Subramaniam and R. Murugesan, Nano Hybrids and Composites, 20, 121-148 (2018).

 

2)             Ion-exchange behavior of new and novel zirconium(IV)-based. composite cation-exchangers, K. Jacinth Mispa, R. Muthulakshmi, C. Prathees Kumar,
P. Subramaniam and R. Murugesan, Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, 56, 55-70 (2017).

 

3)             Studies on polyaniline/silver molybdate nanocomposites, K. Jacinth Mispa, P. Subramaniam and R. Murugesan, Inter. J. Nanoscience, 1, 1 (2014).

 

4)             Studies on ion-exchange properties of polyaniline Zr(IV) tungstoiodo-phosphate Nanocomposite Ion Exchanger, K. Jacinth Mispa, P. Subramaniam and R. Murugesan, J. Polymers, 2013, 1-12 (2013).

 

5)             Synthesis and characterization of polyindole/CuO nanocomposites, K. Jacinth Mispa, P. Subramaniam and R. Murugesan, Nano Trends, 15, 9-16 (2013).

Details about the research papers published by Dr. I. Abulkalam Azath

1)             Palladium nanoparticles embedded on thiourea-modified chitosan: a green and sustainable heterogeneous catalyst for the Suzuki reaction in water, A. Affrose, P. Suresh, I. Abulkalam Azath, and K. Pitchumani, RSC Adv., 5, 27533-27539 (2015).

2)             Oxidative hydroxylation of arylboronic acids to phenols catalyzed by copper nanoparticles ellagic acid composite, A. Affrose, I. Abulkalam Azath, A. Dhakshinamoorthy and K. Pitchumani, J. Mol. Cat. A: Chemical, 395, 500-515 (2014).

3)             A ratiometric tetrazolylpyridine based “turn-on” fluorescent chemosensor for Zn2+ ion in aqueous media, P. Kaleeswaran, I. Abulkalam Azath, V. Tharmaraj and K. Pitchumani, ChemPlusChem., 79, 1361-1366 (2014).

4)             Flavone Modified-b-cyclodextrin as a highly selective and efficient fluorescent chemosensor for Cu2+ ions and L-Histidine, I. Abulkalam Azath and K. Pitchumani, Sensors and Actuators B: Chem., 188, 59-64 (2013).

 

 

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