Dr. Surajit Some
Dr. Surajit Some
Assistant Professor (UGC), Department of Dyestuff Technology, ICT-Mumbai
Verified email at ictmumbai.edu.in
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High-quality reduced graphene oxide by a dual-function chemical reduction and healing process
S Some, Y Kim, Y Yoon, HJ Yoo, S Lee, Y Park, H Lee
Scientific reports 3 (1), 1-5, 2013
2712013
Highly air‐stable phosphorus‐doped n‐type graphene field‐effect transistors
S Some, J Kim, K Lee, A Kulkarni, Y Yoon, SM Lee, T Kim, H Lee
Advanced materials 24 (40), 5481-5486, 2012
1972012
Highly sensitive and selective gas sensor using hydrophilic and hydrophobic graphenes
S Some, Y Xu, Y Kim, Y Yoon, H Qin, A Kulkarni, T Kim, H Lee
Scientific reports 3 (1), 1-8, 2013
1712013
Organocatalytic Enantioselective Michael‐Addition of Malonic Acid Half‐Thioesters to β‐Nitroolefins: From Mimicry of Polyketide Synthases to Scalable Synthesis of γ‐Amino Acids
HY Bae, S Some, JH Lee, JY Kim, MJ Song, S Lee, YJ Zhang, CE Song
Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis 353 (17), 3196-3202, 2011
1352011
Dual Functions of Highly Potent Graphene Derivative–Poly-l-Lysine Composites To Inhibit Bacteria and Support Human Cells
S Some, SM Ho, P Dua, E Hwang, YH Shin, HJ Yoo, JS Kang, D Lee, ...
Acs Nano 6 (8), 7151-7161, 2012
1252012
Cancer therapy using ultrahigh hydrophobic drug-loaded graphene derivatives
S Some, AR Gwon, E Hwang, G Bahn, Y Yoon, Y Kim, SH Kim, S Bak, ...
Scientific reports 4 (1), 1-9, 2014
892014
Hydrogen bonding mediated enantioselective organocatalysis in brine: significant rate acceleration and enhanced stereoselectivity in enantioselective Michael addition reactions …
HY Bae, S Some, JS Oh, YS Lee, CE Song
Chemical Communications 47 (34), 9621-9623, 2011
892011
Enantioselective Alcoholysis of meso‐Glutaric Anhydrides Catalyzed by Cinchona‐Based Sulfonamide Catalysts
SE Park, EH Nam, HB Jang, JS Oh, S Some, YS Lee, CE Song
Advanced Synthesis & Catalysis 352 (13), 2211-2217, 2010
652010
A non-volatile memory device consisting of graphene oxide covalently functionalized with ionic liquid
P Bhunia, E Hwang, M Min, J Lee, S Seo, S Some, H Lee
Chemical Communications 48 (6), 913-915, 2012
612012
Binol salt as a completely removable graphene surfactant
S Some, Y Kim, EH Hwang, HJ Yoo, H Lee
Chemical Communications 48 (62), 7732-7734, 2012
612012
Phosphorus‐doped graphene oxide layer as a highly efficient flame retardant
S Some, I Shackery, SJ Kim, SC Jun
Chemistry–A European Journal 21 (44), 15480-15485, 2015
542015
Highly hydrophilic and insulating fluorinated reduced graphene oxide
K Samanta, S Some, Y Kim, Y Yoon, M Min, SM Lee, Y Park, H Lee
Chemical Communications 49 (79), 8991-8993, 2013
522013
Synthesis of substituted benzene derivatives by homo-and hetero-coupling of 2-bromobenzaldehyde and bromovinylaldehydes followed by McMurry coupling
S Some, B Dutta, JK Ray
Tetrahedron letters 47 (7), 1221-1224, 2006
502006
New protocols for the synthesis of 3, 4-annulated and 4-substituted quinolines from β-bromo-α, β-unsaturated aldehydes and 1-bromo-2-nitrobenzene or 2-bromoacetanilide
S Some, JK Ray, MG Banwell, MT Jones
Tetrahedron letters 48 (20), 3609-3612, 2007
472007
Deep eutectic solvent functionalized graphene composite as an extremely high potency flame retardant
DA Pethsangave, RV Khose, PH Wadekar, S Some
ACS applied materials & interfaces 9 (40), 35319-35324, 2017
452017
Can Commonly Used Hydrazine Produce n‐Type Graphene?
S Some, P Bhunia, EH Hwang, K Lee, Y Yoon, S Seo, H Lee
Chemistry–A European Journal 18 (25), 7665-7670, 2012
432012
Graphene oxide as a recyclable phase transfer catalyst
Y Kim, S Some, H Lee
Chemical Communications 49 (50), 5702-5704, 2013
332013
Thermal cyclization of 3-arylamino-3-(2-nitrophenyl)-propenal Schiff base hydrochlorides followed by triethyl phosphite mediated deoxygenation: a facile synthesis of quindolines
B Dutta, S Some, JK Ray
Tetrahedron letters 47 (3), 377-379, 2006
332006
Efficient direct reduction of graphene oxide by silicon substrate
SC Lee, S Some, SW Kim, SJ Kim, J Seo, J Lee, T Lee, JH Ahn, HJ Choi, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-9, 2015
322015
Graphene-iodine nanocomposites: highly potent bacterial inhibitors that are bio-compatible with human cells
S Some, JS Sohn, J Kim, SH Lee, SC Lee, J Lee, I Shackery, SK Kim, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-12, 2016
312016
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