Dr. N. Venkatathri
Dr. N. Venkatathri
Associate Professor of Chemistry, National Institute of Technology, Warangal
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Pd-SAPO-31, an efficient, heterogeneous catalyst for Heck reactions of aryl chlorides
R Srivastava, N Venkatathri, D Srinivas, P Ratnasamy
Tetrahedron letters 44 (18), 3649-3651, 2003
612003
Synthesis of mesoporous silica nanosphere using different templates
N Venkatathri
Solid state communications 143 (10), 493-497, 2007
422007
Synthesis, characterization and catalytic properties of two novel vanado-aluminosilicates with EU-1 and ZSM-22 structures
M Chatterjee, D Bhattacharya, N Venkatathri, S Sivasanker
Catalysis letters 35 (3), 313-326, 1995
321995
Isolation and characterization of a novel lamellar-type aluminophosphate, AlPO4-L, a common precursor for AlPO4 molecular sieves
N Venkatathri, SG Hegde, V Ramaswamy, S Sivasanker
Microporous and mesoporous materials 23 (5-6), 277-285, 1998
311998
Cyclic voltammetric studies of vanadium in V molecular sieves
N Venkatathri, MP Vinod, K Vijayamohanan, S Sivasanker
Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions 92 (3), 473-478, 1996
291996
Synthesis of silica nanosphere from homogeneous and heterogeneous systems
N Venkatathri
Bulletin of Materials Science 30 (6), 615-617, 2007
282007
Synthesis of SAPO-35 in non-aqueous gels
N Venkatathri, SG Hegde, PR Rajamohanan, S Sivasanker
Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions 93 (18), 3411-3415, 1997
281997
Preparation of silica nanoparticle through coating with octyldecyltrimethoxy silane
N Venkatathri
Indian Journal of Chemistry, Section A, 2007
262007
Photocatalytic degradation of Rhodamine B over a novel mesoporous titanosilicate/g-C3N4 nanocomposite under direct sunlight irradiation
AK Adepu, R Anumula, V Narayanan
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 247, 86-94, 2017
242017
Mn–MCM-41 molecular sieves: a selective gas-phase cyclohexanol oxidation catalyst
D Santhanaraj, C Suresh, P Vijayan, N Venkatathri, K Shanthi
Reaction Kinetics, Mechanisms and Catalysis 99 (2), 439-446, 2010
242010
Synthesis of a novel class of mesoporous hollow silica from organic templates
N Venkatathri, R Srivastava, DS Yun, JW Yoo
Microporous and mesoporous materials 112 (1-3), 147-152, 2008
242008
Synthesis and characterization of TAPO-31 molecular sieves using tripropylamine template
N Venkatathri, VN Shetty
Catalysis Communications 7 (12), 1015-1021, 2006
182006
Synthesis and characterization of high silica content silicoaluminophosphate SAPO-35 from non-aqueous medium
N Venkatathri
Catalysis Communications 7 (10), 773-777, 2006
182006
Characterization and catalytic properties of a naturally occurring clay, bentonite
N Venkatathri
Bulletin of Catalysis Society of India 5, 61-72, 2006
182006
Synthesis, characterization, and photocatalytic degradation of Rhodamine B dye under sunlight irradiation of porous titanosilicate (TS)/bismuth vanadate (BiVO 4) nanocomposite …
AK Adepu, V Katta, V Narayanan
New Journal of Chemistry 41 (6), 2498-2504, 2017
172017
Synthesis and characterization of a mesoporous silica microsphere from polystyrene
N Venkatathri, S Nanjundan
Materials Chemistry and Physics 113 (2-3), 933-936, 2009
172009
Synthesis, characterization and catalytic properties of a LEV type silicoaluminophosphate molecular sieve, SAPO-35 from aqueous media using aluminium isopropoxide and …
N Venkatathri, JW Yoo
Applied Catalysis A: General 340 (2), 265-270, 2008
162008
Synthesis and characterization of vanadium containing ATO-and AFO-type molecular sieves
N Venkatathri
Applied Catalysis A: General 242 (2), 393-401, 2003
162003
Synthesis, characterization and catalytic properties of hexagonal mesoporous vanadium aluminophosphate molecular sieves
N Venkatathri, R Srivastava
Catalysis Communications 6 (3), 177-183, 2005
152005
Synthesis and characterization of a novel vanadium analogue of AlPO-31
N Venkatathri, SG Hegde, S Sivasanker
Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications, 151-152, 1995
151995
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