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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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J. Prakash and A. K. Mishra (2020), “Simultaneous Quantification of Multiple Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Aqueous Media using Micelle Assisted White Light Excitation Fluorescence”, Scientific Reports, 10, 8921.


S. K. Panigrahi and A. K. Mishra (2020), “Inner filter effect mediated red-shift in synchronous and total synchronous fluorescence spectra as a tool to monitor quality of oils and petrochemicals”, Fuel, 267, 117174.


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.


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.


V. Singh and A. K. Mishra (2016) ‘White Light Emission from a Mixture of Pomegranate Extract and Carbon Nanoparticles from the Extract’, J. Mater. Chem. C, 4, 3131-3137.


V. Singh and A. K. Mishra (2015) “Green and Cost-effective Fluorescent Carbon Nanoparticles for the Selective and Sensitive Detection of Iron (III) Ions in Aqueous Solution: Mechanistic Insights and Cell Line Imaging Studies”, Sensor. Actuat. B Chem., 227, 467-474.


V. Singh and A. K. Mishra (2015) “White Light Emission from An Aqueous Vegetable Cocktail: Application Towards pH Sensing”, Dyes and Pigments, 125, 362-366.


N. Venkatesan,   V. Singh,   P. Rajakumar and   A. K. Mishra (2014) “Isobenzotriazolophanes: A New Class of Fluorescent Cyclophanes as Sensors for Aromatic Nitro Explosives – Picric Acid” RSC Adv., 4, 53484-53489.