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General Area of Research:

Fluorescence Spectroscopy and Physical Photochemistry

Specific Areas:

Fluorescence of complex multifluorophoric systems, Understanding microheterogeneous and organized systems using fluorescent molecular probes, Analytical Fluorimetry, Photophysics

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S. K. Panigrahi, A. K. Mishra (2017) “Use of zero order diffraction of a grating monochromator towards convenient and sensitive detection of fluorescent analytes in multi fluorophoric systems”, Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 191, 98-103.

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S. K. Panigrahi and A. K. Mishra,(2017) ”Novel use of UV broad-band excitation and stretched exponential function in the analysis of fluorescent dissolved organic matter: study of interaction between protein and humic-like components”, Methods Appl. Fluoresc., 5, 035001.

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J. Prakash and A. K. Mishra (2016) ‘Convenient Determination of Luminescence Quantum Yield Using a Combined Electronic Absorption and Emission Spectrometer’. Rev. Sci. Instrum., 87, 013110-1-9.

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J. Prakash and A. K. Mishra (2013) “Fabrication, Optimization and Application of a Dip-Probe Fluorescence Spectrometer Based on White-Light Excitation Fluorescence”, Meas. Sci. Technol., 24, 105502-105510.

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J. Prakash and A. K. Mishra (2011) “White Light Excitation Fluorescence (WLEF) Part I. Exploring the Use in Analytical Fluorimetry”, Anal. Methods3, 362-367.

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J. Prakash and A. K. Mishra (2011) “White Light Excitation Fluorescence (WLEF) Part II. Analysis of Complex Multifluorophoric Systems”, Anal. Methods3, 368-373.

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