Rajesh Belgamwar
Rajesh Belgamwar
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Dendritic fibrous nano-silica supported gold nanoparticles as an artificial enzyme
R Singh, R Belgamwar, M Dhiman, V Polshettiwar
Journal of Materials Chemistry B 6 (11), 1600-1604, 2018
Plasmonic colloidosomes of black gold for solar energy harvesting and hotspots directed catalysis for CO2 to fuel conversion
M Dhiman, A Maity, A Das, R Belgamwar, B Chalke, Y Lee, K Sim, ...
Chemical science 10 (27), 6594-6603, 2019
Facile synthesis to tune size, textural properties and fiber density of dendritic fibrous nanosilica for applications in catalysis and CO 2 capture
A Maity, R Belgamwar, V Polshettiwar
Nature protocols 14 (7), 2177-2204, 2019
Defects in nanosilica catalytically convert CO2 to methane without any metal and ligand
AK Mishra, R Belgamwar, R Jana, A Datta, V Polshettiwar
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (12), 6383-6390, 2020
Lithium silicate nanosheets with excellent capture capacity and kinetics with unprecedented stability for high-temperature CO 2 capture
R Belgamwar, A Maity, T Das, S Chakraborty, CP Vinod, V Polshettiwar
Chemical Science 12 (13), 4825-4835, 2021
Boron Nitride and Oxide Supported on Dendritic Fibrous Nanosilica for Catalytic Oxidative Dehydrogenation of Propane
R Belgamwar, AGM Rankin, A Maity, AK Mishra, JS Gómez, J Trébosc, ...
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 8 (43), 16124-16135, 2020
Direct CO 2 capture and conversion to fuels on magnesium nanoparticles under ambient conditions simply using water
SA Rawool, R Belgamwar, R Jana, A Maity, A Bhumla, N Yigit, A Datta, ...
Chemical Science 12 (16), 5774-5786, 2021
Plasmonic Photocatalysis for CO2 Conversion to Chemicals and Fuels
R Verma, R Belgamwar, V Polshettiwar
ACS Materials Letters 3 (5), 574-598, 2021
Supporting Information Defects in Nanosilica Catalytically Convert CO2 to Methane without Any Metal and Ligand
AK Mishra, R Belgamwar, R Jana, A Datta, V Polshettiwar
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