VIJAYKUMAR MARAKATTI
VIJAYKUMAR MARAKATTI
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellow at University of Catholique de Louvain (UCL)
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Metal ion-exchanged zeolites as highly active solid acid catalysts for the green synthesis of glycerol carbonate from glycerol
VS Marakatti, AB Halgeri
RSC advances 5 (19), 14286-14293, 2015
532015
Synthetically tuned atomic ordering in PdCu nanoparticles with enhanced catalytic activity toward solvent-free benzylamine oxidation
VS Marakatti, SC Sarma, B Joseph, D Banerjee, SC Peter
ACS applied materials & interfaces 9 (4), 3602-3615, 2017
382017
Sulfated zirconia; an efficient and reusable acid catalyst for the selective synthesis of 4-phenyl-1, 3-dioxane by Prins cyclization of styrene
VS Marakatti, GV Shanbhag, AB Halgeri
Applied Catalysis A: General 451, 71-78, 2013
292013
Nickel–antimony nanoparticles confined in SBA-15 as highly efficient catalysts for the hydrogenation of nitroarenes
VS Marakatti, SC Peter
New Journal of Chemistry 40 (6), 5448-5457, 2016
282016
Metal ion-exchanged zeolites as solid acid catalysts for the green synthesis of nopol from Prins reaction
VS Marakatti, AB Halgeri, GV Shanbhag
Catalysis Science & Technology 4 (11), 4065-4074, 2014
272014
Mesoporous tin oxide: an efficient catalyst with versatile applications in acid and oxidation catalysis
P Manjunathan, VS Marakatti, P Chandra, AB Kulal, SB Umbarkar, ...
Catalysis Today 309, 61-76, 2018
212018
Understanding the Role of Atomic Ordering in the Crystal Structures of NixSny toward Efficient Vapor Phase Furfural Hydrogenation
VS Marakatti, N Arora, S Rai, SC Sarma, SC Peter
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 6 (6), 7325-7338, 2018
182018
Synthetically tuned electronic and geometrical properties of intermetallic compounds as effective heterogeneous catalysts
VS Marakatti, SC Peter
Progress in Solid State Chemistry 52, 1-30, 2018
172018
Superior performance of mesoporous tin oxide over nano and bulk forms in the activation of a carbonyl group: conversion of bio-renewable feedstock
VS Marakatti, P Manjunathan, AB Halgeri, GV Shanbhag
Catalysis Science & Technology 6 (7), 2268-2279, 2016
162016
Molybdenum oxide/γ-alumina: an efficient solid acid catalyst for the synthesis of nopol by Prins reaction
VS Marakatti, D Mumbaraddi, GV Shanbhag, AB Halgeri, SP Maradur
RSC advances 5 (113), 93452-93462, 2015
162015
Condensation reactions assisted by acidic hydrogen bonded hydroxyl groups in solid tin (II) hydroxychloride
VS Marakatti, GV Shanbhag, AB Halgeri
RSC advances 3 (27), 10795-10800, 2013
142013
Size and morphology controlled NiSe nanoparticles as efficient catalyst for the reduction reactions
U Subbarao, VS Marakatti, MK Amshumali, B Loukya, DK Singh, R Datta, ...
Journal of Solid State Chemistry 244, 84-92, 2016
102016
Influence of Alkaline Earth Cation Exchanged X-Zeolites Towards Ortho-Selectivity in Alkylation of Aromatics: Hard-Soft-Acid-Base Concept
VS Marakatti, PVC Rao, NV Choudary, GS Ganesh, G Shah, SP Maradur, ...
Advanced Porous Materials 2 (4), 221-229, 2014
72014
Sulfated zirconia: an efficient catalyst for the Friedel–Crafts monoalkylation of resorcinol with methyl tertiary butyl ether to 4-tertiary butylresorcinol
VS Marakatti, S Marappa, EM Gaigneaux
New Journal of Chemistry 43 (20), 7733-7742, 2019
22019
Process for the preparation of isomers of xylene
R Ravishankar, VCR Peddy, VC Nettem, G Shanbhag, V Marakatti, ...
US Patent 9,919,984, 2018
22018
Synthetically Tuned Pd-Based Intermetallic Compounds and their Structural Influence on the O2 Dissociation in Benzylamine Oxidation
VS Marakatti, SC Sarma, S Sarkar, M Krajci, EM Gaigneaux, SC Peter
ACS applied materials & interfaces 11 (41), 37602-37616, 2019
12019
Design of Solid Acid Catalysts for Prins Reaction and Toluene Methylation
MVS MARAKATTI
Manipal, 2015
2015
The study on exact nature and location of active sites for Beckmann rearrangement of cyclohexanone oxime to caprolactam.
VS Marakatti, GV Shanbhag, AB Halgeri
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