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Photocatalytic metal–organic framework from CdS quantum dot incubated luminescent metallohydrogel
S Saha, G Das, J Thote, R Banerjee
Journal of the American Chemical Society 136 (42), 14845-14851, 2014
3132014
Selective CO 2 and H 2 adsorption in a chiral magnesium-based metal organic framework (Mg-MOF) with open metal sites
A Mallick, S Saha, P Pachfule, S Roy, R Banerjee
Journal of Materials Chemistry 20 (41), 9073-9080, 2010
1682010
Hollowing out MOFs: hierarchical micro-and mesoporous MOFs with tailorable porosity via selective acid etching
J Koo, IC Hwang, X Yu, S Saha, Y Kim, K Kim
Chemical Science 8 (10), 6799-6803, 2017
1582017
Structure relationships between bis-monodentate ligands and coordination driven self-assemblies
S Saha, I Regeni, GH Clever
Coordination Chemistry Reviews 374, 1-14, 2018
1522018
Supramolecular metallogel that imparts self-healing properties to other gel networks
T Feldner, M Häring, S Saha, J Esquena, R Banerjee, DD Díaz
Chemistry of Materials 28 (9), 3210-3217, 2016
1272016
Proton‐Conducting Supramolecular Metallogels from the Lowest Molecular Weight Assembler Ligand: A Quote for Simplicity
S Saha, EM Schön, C Cativiela, D Diaz Diaz, R Banerjee
Chemistry–A European Journal 19 (29), 9562-9568, 2013
952013
Fe (III) phytate metallogel as a prototype anhydrous, intermediate temperature proton conductor
HB Aiyappa, S Saha, P Wadge, R Banerjee, S Kurungot
Chemical science 6 (1), 603-607, 2015
932015
Amino acid-based multiresponsive low-molecular weight metallohydrogels with load-bearing and rapid self-healing abilities
S Saha, J Bachl, T Kundu, DD Díaz, R Banerjee
Chemical Communications 50 (23), 3004-3006, 2014
882014
Rational design of an amphiphilic coordination cage-based emulsifier
S Saha, B Holzapfel, YT Chen, K Terlinden, P Lill, C Gatsogiannis, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 140 (50), 17384-17388, 2018
502018
Competition between gelation and crystallisation of a peculiar multicomponent liquid system based on ammonium salts
I Kapoor, EM Schön, J Bachl, D Kühbeck, C Cativiela, S Saha, R Banerjee, ...
Soft Matter 8 (12), 3446-3456, 2012
502012
Salt metathesis in three dimensional metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) with unprecedented hydrolytic regenerability
T Kundu, SC Sahoo, S Saha, R Banerjee
Chemical Communications 49 (46), 5262-5264, 2013
482013
Structure and gas sorption behavior of a new three dimensional porous magnesium formate
A Mallick, S Saha, P Pachfule, S Roy, R Banerjee
Inorganic chemistry 50 (4), 1392-1401, 2011
462011
Multistimuli-responsive interconvertible low-molecular weight metallohydrogels and the in situ entrapment of CdS quantum dots therein
S Bera, A Chakraborty, S Karak, A Halder, S Chatterjee, S Saha, ...
Chemistry of Materials 30 (14), 4755-4761, 2018
372018
Dissolvable metallohydrogels for controlled release: evidence of a kinetic supramolecular gel phase intermediate
S Saha, J Bachl, T Kundu, DD Díaz, R Banerjee
Chemical Communications 50 (53), 7032-7035, 2014
372014
A Distinctive PdCl2-Mediated Transformation of Fe-Based Metallogels into Metal–Organic Frameworks
HB Aiyappa, S Saha, B Garai, J Thote, S Kurungot, R Banerjee
Crystal Growth & Design 14 (7), 3434-3437, 2014
362014
Carbon dioxide capture by metal organic frameworks
S Saha, S Chandra, B Garai, R Banerjee
NISCAIR-CSIR, India, 2012
362012
Functionalization of hydroxyl terminated polybutadiene with biologically active fluorescent molecule
R Murali Sankar, S Saha, K Seeni Meera, T Jana
Bulletin of Materials Science 32, 507-514, 2009
322009
Coordination Cage‐Based Emulsifiers: Templated Formation of Metal Oxide Microcapsules Monitored by In Situ LC‐TEM
S Saha, YT Chen, S Ganta, M Gilles, B Holzapfel, P Lill, H Rehage, ...
Chemistry–A European Journal 28 (5), e202103406, 2022
42022
Phytic acid based metallogel and applications thereof
S Kurungot, R Banerjee, HB AIYAPPA, S SAHA, P WADGE
US Patent US10658690B2, 2020
2020
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