Dr. Ankush V. Biradar

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डॉ। अंकुश वी। बिरादर

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Research Paper

1. Biradar, A. A.; Biradar, A. V.; Sun, T.; Chan, Y.; Huang,X.; Asefa, T.* Bicinchoninic Acid-Based Colorimetric Chemosensor for Detection of Low Concentrations of Cyanide Sensors & Actuators: B. Chemical 2016 222, 112–119. IF= 4.097

2. Gawande, M. B.; Goswami, A.; Asefa, T.; Guo, H.; Biradar, A. V.; Peng, D-L.; Zboril, R.; Varma, R. S. “Core–shell nanoparticles - applications in catalysis and electrocatalysis” Chem. Soc. Rev. 2015 44, 7540-7590. IF= 33.383 Selected as front back cover

3. Banerjee, S. S.; Todkar, K. J.; Khutale, G. V.; Chate, G. P.; Biradar, A. V.; Gawande, M. B.; Zboril, R.; Khandare, J. J.* “Calcium Phosphate Nanocapsule Crowned Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes For pH Triggered Intracellular Anticancer Drug Release” J. Mater. Chem. B, 2015, 3, 3931-3939 IF= 4.726

Highlighted this article for promotion of journal.

4. Biradar, A.V.* Patil, V. S.; Chandra, P.; Doke, D. S.; Asefa ,T.* “Trifunctional Mesoporous SBA-15 as a Highly Active Catalyst for One-Pot Tandem Reaction” Chem. Commun., 2015 51, 8496-8499 IF 6.828

5. Khandelwal, N.; Doke, D. S.; Jawale, P. S.; Khandare, J. J.; Biradar A. V.*; Giri, A. P.* “Bio-physical evaluation and in vivo delivery of proteinase inhibitor functionalized Silica nanospheres” Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 2015, 13, 84-92 IF 4.152

6. Chandra, P.; Doke, D. S.; Umbarkar, S. B.; Vanka, K.; Biradar, A. V.* “Silica Microspheres with High Density Hydroxyl Groups as an Efficient Epoxidation Catalysts” RSC Adv., 2015, 5, 21125–21131 IF 3.84

7. Chandra, P.; Shinde, S. S.; Biradar, A. V.* “Tailor made Ionic Liquids: Catalyst and Media for Organic Transformations” Current Organic Chemistry 2015, 19, 728-742 IF= 2.157

8. Fang, W.; Paul, S.; Capron, M.; Biradar, A. V.; Umbarkar, S. B.; Dongare, M. K.; Dumeignil, F. Jalowiecki-Duhamel, L.. “Highly loaded well dispersed stable Ni species in NiXMg2AlOY nanocomposites: Application to hydrogen production from bioethanol” Appl. Catal. B: Env. 2015,166-167, 485-496 IF=7.441

9. Chandra, P.; Doke, D. S.; Umbarkar, S. B.; Biradar, A. V.* One Pot Synthesis of Ultrasmall MoO3 Nanoparticles Supported on SiO2, TiO2, and ZrO2 Nanospheres: An Efficient Epoxidation Catalyst” J. Mater. Chem. A, 2014, 2, 19060-19066. IF= 7.443

10. Acham, V. R.; Biradar, A. V.; Donagare, M. K.; Umbarkar, S. B.; Kemnitz, E. “Palladium Nanoparticles Supported on Magnesium Hydroxide Fluorides: A Novel Recyclable Catalyst for Selective Olefin Hydrogenation” ChemCatChem 2014, 6, 3182–3191. IF=4.554

11. Linguito, S. L.; Padmanabhan, M.; Zhang, X.; Biradar, A.V.; Xu, T.; Emge,T. M.; Asefa,T.; Li, J.* “New polyoxomolybdate compounds Synthesized in situ using liquid 1-butyl-3-methyl-imidazolium tetrafluoroborate as green solvent” New J. Chem., 2013, 37, 2894. IF= 3.086

12. Kotbagi, T. V.; Biradar, A. V.; Umbarkar, S. B. Dongare, M. K.; “Isolation, Characterization and Identification of Catalytically Active Species in MoO3/SiO2 Catalyst During Solid acid Catalyzed Reactions” ChemCatChem 2013, 5, 1531-1537. IF=4.554

13. Aburawi, E. H.; Qureshi, M. A.; Oz, D.; Jayaprakash, P. ; Tariq, S.; Hameed, R. S.; Das, S.; Goswami, A.; Biradar, A. V.; Asefa, T.; Souid, A. K.; Adeghate, E.; Howarth, E. “Biocompatibility of Calcined Mesoporous Silica Particles with Ventricular Myocyte Structure and Function” Chem. Res. Tox. 2013, 1, 26-36. IF=3.529

14. Chandagude, M. G.; Biradar, A. V.; Kotbagi, T. V.; Puranik, V. G; Dongare, M. K.; Umbarkar, S. B. “Selective Oxidation of Nonrefractory and Refractory Sulfides by Cyclopentadienyl Molybdenum Acetylide Complexes as Efficient Catalysts” Catal. Lett. 2012, 11 , 1352-1360. IF=2.307

15. Biradar, A. V.; Asefa, T. “Nanosized Gold Catalyzed Oxidation of Alkyl-Substituted Benzenes” Appl. Catal. A: Gen. 2012, 435-436, 19-26. IF=3.942

16. Woronowicz, K.; Ahmed, S.; Biradar, A. A.; Biradar, A. V.; Birnie, III D. P.; Asefa, T.; Niederman, R. A. “Near-IR absorbing solar cell sensitized with bacterial photosynthetic membranes” Photochem. Photobio., 2012, 88, 1467–1472 . IF=2.227

17. Zhang,# J.; Biradar#, A. V.; Emge, T. J.; Asefa, T.; Li, J. “A New 2-D Metal-Organic Framework as a Promising Heterogeneous Catalyst for Olefin Epoxidation Reactions” Chem. Commun., 2012, 48, 6541-6543 . IF=6.827 # equal contribution.

18. Al Samri M. T.#Biradar#, A. V.; Balhaj, G.; Shehab, S.; Al-Salam, S.; Tariq, S.; Pramathan, T.; Benedict, S.; Asefa, T. Souid A-K, “Study on In Vitro Biocompatibility of Calcined Mesoporous Silica Particles with Fetal Blood Cells” Int. J. Nanomedicine,, 2012, 73111-3121.IF=4.383 # equal contribution

19. Wang, Y.; Biradar, A. V.; Asefa, T. “Assembling Nanostructures for Effective Catalysis: Supported Pd Nanoparticle Multicores Coated by Hollow and Nanoporous ZrO2 Shell” ChemSusChem, 2012, 1, 132-139. IF=7.657

20. Biradar, A. V.; Biradar A. A.; Asefa, T. “Silica-Dendrimer Core-Shell Microspheres with Encapsulated Ultrasmall Palladium Nanoparticles: Efficient and Easily Recyclable Heterogeneous Nanocatalysts” Langmuir, 2011, 27, 14408 –14418. IF=4.457

21. Silva, R.; Biradar, A. V.; Fabris, L. Asefa, T. “Au/SBA-15 Based Robust and Convenient-to-Use Nanopowder Material for Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) with High SERS Enhancement Factor” J. Phy. Chem. C, 2011, 115, 22810 -22817 IF=4.772

22. Al-Salam, S.; Al Samri, M. T.; Al Shamsi, M.; Tariq, S.; Benedict, S.; Sudhadevi, M.; Biradar, A.V.; Asefa, T.; Souid, A.-K. “In Vitro Study of Calcined Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles in Mouse Lung” Toxicol. Sci., 2011, 122, 86 - 99. IF=3.854

23. Sharma, K. K.; Biradar, A. V.; Das, S.; Asefa, T. “Bifunctional Organic-Inorganic Mesoporous Catalyst for Tandem Reactions” Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 2011, 21, 3174 -3182. IF=2.942

Selected as hot catalysis article by Wiley publications.

24. 23. Duncan, C. T.; Biradar, A. V.; Asefa, T. “Aminotroponiminate/Aminotroponate-Zinc Complexes Functionalized Mesoporous Silica Catalysts for Intramolecular Hydroamination of Non-Activated Alkenes with Varied Steric and Electronic Properties” ACS Catal. 2011, 1, 736 - 750. IF=9.312

25. Biradar, A. V.; Sharma, K. K.; Asefa, T. “Continuous and Selective Henry Reaction Catalyzed by Amine-Supported Nanoporous Catalyst on Fixed-Bed Reactor”Appl. Catal. A: Gen. 2010, 389, 19 - 26. IF=3.942

26. Duncan, C. T.; BiradarA. V.; Mishler II, R. E.; Asefa, T. “Trimming Nanostructured Walls while Fluorinating their Surfaces: A Route to Making and Widening Pores of Nanoporous Materials and Efficient Nanocatalysts” Chem. Mater2010. 22, 4950 - 4963. IF=8.354

27. Shamsi, A. M.; A. Samri, M. T.; Al-Salam, S.; Conca, W.; Shaban, S.; Benedict, S.; Tariq, S.; Biradar, A.V; Penefsky, H. S.; Asefa, T.; Souid, A.-K. “Biocompatibility of Calcined Mesoporous Silica Particles with Cellular Bioenergetics in Murine Tissues” Chem. Res. Tox. 2010, 23, 1796 - 1805. IF=3.529

28. Wang, Y.; Biradar, A. V.; Duncan, C. T.; Asefa, T. “Silica nanosphere-supported shaped Pd nanoparticles encapsulated with nanoporous silica shell: Efficient and recyclable nanocatalysts” J. Mater. Chem201020, 7834 – 7841 IF=6.61

29. Wang, Y.; Biradar, A. V.; Wang, G.; Sharma K. K.; Asefa, T. “Controlled Synthesis of Cuboctahedral Copper Nanoparticles in Aqueous Phase and their Catalytic Properties” Chem. Eur. J. 2010, 16, 10735 - 10743. IF=5.731

30. Biradar, A. A.; Biradar A. V.; Asefa, T. “Entrapping Flavin-Containing Monooxygenase on Corrugated Silica Nanospheres and their Recyclable Biocatalytic Activities” ChemCatChem 2010, 8, 1004 - 1010. IF=4.554

31. Sharma, K. K.; Biradar, A. V.; Asefa T. “Substituent and Catalyst-Dependent Selectivity to Aldol or Nitrostyrene Product in Heterogeneous Base Nanocatalysis” ChemCatChem, 2010, 2, 61 - 66. IF=4.556

32. Umbarkar, S. B.; Kotbagi, T. V.; BiradarA. V.; Pasricha, R.; Chanale, J.; Dongare, M. K. Mamede, A-S.; Lancelot, C.; Payen, E. “Acetalization of glycerol using mesoporous MoO3/SiO2 solid acid catalyst” J. Mol. Catal.: A Chem. 2009, 310, 150 - 158. IF=3.615

Top 25 hottest article October to December 2009

Top 25 hottest article of Academic Year October 2009 – September 2010

33. Mishler, II, R. E.; BiradarA. V.; Duncan, C. T.; Schiff, E. A.; Asefa, T.* “Solvent-washable polymer templated synthesis of mesoporous materials and solid-acid nanocatalysts in one-pot” Chem. Commun2009, 6201 - 6203. IF=6.834

34. Xie, Y.; Sharma, K. K.; Anan, A.; Wang, G.; BiradarA. V.; Asefa, T.* “Efficient solid-base catalysts for aldol reaction by optimizing the density and type of organoamine groups on nanoporous silica” J. Catal. 2009, 265, 131 - 140. IF=6.921

Top 25 hottest article July to September 2009

35. Biradar, A. V.; Dongare, M. K.; Umbarkar, S. B. “Selective oxidation of aromatic primary alcohols to aldehydes using molybdenum acetylideoxo-peroxo complex as catalyst” Tetrahedron Lett. 2009, 50, 2885 - 2888. IF=2.391

36. Pasricha, R.; Bala, T.; BiradarA, V.; Umbarkar, S. B.; Sastrym, M. “Synthesis of Catalytically Active Porous Platinum Nanoparticles by Transmetallation Reaction and Proposition of the Mechanism” Small, 2009, 5, 1467 - 1473. IF=8.368

37. Biradar, A. V.; Kotbagi, T. V.; Dongare, M. K.; Umbarkar, S. B. “Selective N-oxidation of aromatic amines to nitroso derivatives using a molybdenum acetylideoxo-peroxo complex as catalyst” Tetrahedron Lett., 2008, 49, 3616 - 3619. IF=2.379 (Highlighted in Catalysts & Catalyzed Reactions RSC Publications July 2008 )

38. Biradar, A. V.; Sathe, B. R.; Umbarkar, S. B.; Dongare, M. K. “Selective cis-Dihydroxylation of Olefins using Recyclable Homogeneous Molybdenum Acetylide Catalyst” J. Mol. Catal.: A Chem. 2008, 285, 111 - 119. IF=3.615

39. Armbruster, U.; Umbarkar, S. B.; Biradar, A. V.; Dongare, M. K.; Datta, A.; Darmora, S. Martin, A.; Influence of operating method on reforming of glycerol in aqueous phase, U. DGMK Tagungsbericht, 2008, 3, 169-176.

40. Kamble, V. T.; Ekhe, V. R.; Joshi, N. S.; Biradar, A. V. “Magnesium Perchlorate: An Efficient Catalyst for One-Pot Synthesis of Pyrano- and Furanoquinolines” Synlett, 2007, 9, 1379 - 1382. IF=2.419

41. Kamble, V. T.; Jamode, V. S.; Joshi, N. S.; Biradar A. V.; Deshmukh, R. Y. “An efficient method for the synthesis of acylals from aldehydes using silica-supported perchloric acid (HClO4–SiO2)” Tetrahedron Lett., 2006, 47, 5573 - 5576. IF=2.379

42. Umbarkar, S. B.; Biradar, A. V.; Mathew, S. M.; Shelke, S. B.; Malshe, K. M.; Patil, P. T.; Dagde, S. P.; Niphadkar S. P.; Dongare,M. K. “Vapor phase nitration of benzene using mesoporous MoO3/SiO2 solid acid catalyst” Green Chem., 2006, 8, 488 - 493. IF=8.02

43. Mathew, S. M.; Biradar, A. V.; Umbarkar, S. B.; Dongare, M. K. “Regioselective nitration of cumene to 4-nitro cumene using nitric acid over solid acid catalyst” Catal. Commun. 2006, 7, 394 - 398. IF=3.699

44. Biradar , A. V.; Umbarkar, S. B.; Dongare, M. K. “Transesterification of diethyl oxalate with phenol using MoO3/SiO2 catalyst” Appl. Catal. A: Gen., 2005, 285, 190 - 195. IF=3.942

45. Bandgar, B. P.; Kamble, V. T.; Biradar, A. V. “Practical and General Method for Direct Synthesis of Alkyl Fluorides from Alcohols under Mild Conditions” Monat. Fur Chemie, 2005, 136, 1579 - 1582. IF=1.222


1. Umbarkar, S. B.; Dongare, M. K.; Biradar, A. V.; More, P. M. “Development of non noble metal based diesel oxidation catalyst” INV-2013-144

2. Biradar, A. V.; Umbarkar, S. B.; “Synthesis of Functionalized carbon microspheres and their catalyst activity in C-C and C-N bond formation reactions” Pub. No. WO2014207765 (A2) ? WO2014207765-A2; WO2014207765-A32014-12-31

3. Umbarkar, S. B.; Dongare, M. K.; Biradar, A. V.; Kulal, A. Kotbagi, T. V.; Bhosale, A.R.; Chandgude, M. G. “Sol-gel synthesized WO3 /SiO2 catalysts for nitration of aromatics” Pub. No WO2014195973 (A2) ? 2014-12-11

4. Biradar, A. V.; Umbarkar, S. B.; Chandra, P. Corrugated silica nanospheres for metal free epoxidation of olefins and process thereof” IN201301389-I1

5. Asefa, T.; Biradar, A. V.; “Gold nanocatalysts and methods of use thereof” Patent publication US 2012/0289749 A1

6. Asefa, T. Biradar, A. V.; Wang, Y.; “Efficient and recyclable heterogeneous nanocatalysts” Patent no US 9283545 B2 Granted

7. Umbarkar, S. B.; DongareM. K.; Biradar, A. V.; Acham, V. R. “Process for preparation of organometallic molybdenum acetylidedioxo complex, (h5-C5H5)MoO2(-CºCPh) a catalysts for oxidation reactions using molybdenum oxide precursor. Publication no and date WO2012035555 (A1) 2012-03-22

8. Umbarkar, S. B.; DongareM. K.; Biradar, A. V. “An improved process for the preparation of high selective diphenyl oxalate Pat. No 256642 Granted

Book Chapters:

1. Asefa, T.*; Biradar, A. V.; Das, S.; Sharma, K. K.; Silva, R. “Nanocatalysts for the Heck Coupling Reactions” Book Chapter in “Nanocatalysis: Synthesis and Applications” (V. Polshettiwar, T. Asefa, eds.), John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2013, 11-50

2. Asefa, T.*; Biradar, A. V.; Das, S.; Sharma, K. K. “Nanostructured Catalysts for the Henry, Aldol, and Knoevenagel Reactions” Book Chapter in “Nanocatalysis: Synthesis and Applications” (V. Polshettiwar, T. Asefa, eds.), John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2013, 221-250


Homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, Synthesis and characterization of Nanomaterials: Nanoporous materials (e.g. MCM, SBA and Silica sphere), core-shell (silica, ceria and zirconia) shaped nanoparticles, (Nano Particles: Au, Pd, Co), organometallic complexes, supported heterogeneous catalysts, Techniques: Sol-gel, Co-precipitation, Post-grafting, Catalysis: Oxidation, Dehydrogenation, Hydrogenation, Carbonylation, Amination, Suzuki coupling, Nitro-aldol reactions, Biocatalysis etc., Gas phase, High pressure reactions.

Heterogeneous Catalysis , Synthesis and characterization of Nano, Multifunctional Catalysts (Carbon, Silica, Ceria and Zirconia), Catalysis: Oxidation, Dehydrogenation, Hydrogenation, Carbonylation, Amination, Nitration, Nitro-aldol reactions etc. Gas phase and High Pressure reactions Bio-Materials synthesis