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METHODS, SYNTHESIS, MOLECULES

DEVELOPING INNOVATIVE SYNTHETIC STRATEGIES

ACHIEVING GROWTH

In the present scenario, the field of modern organic synthesis can be divided into two main pillars- development of sustainable methods and application of these methods for the synthesis of natural products. These natural products not only display fascinating complex molecular architecture that nature has produced but also they are extremely important in the medicinal industries as well as other fields.

 

Our research group investigates to solve the fundamental problems of discovering more efficient methods based on two fundamental approaches - one-pot multi catalysis and selective C-H functionalization. We hope our work will further enhance the knowledge in this field which will ultimately lead to the advancement of a broad field ranging from medicinal chemistry to material science.

 

RESEARCH

  • Dual/Synergistic Catalysis

  • C-H-Bond Functionalization

  • Chemistry of Carbazoles

  • Organic Photovoltaics

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RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Cp*Co(III)-Catalyzed Dehydrative C2-Prenylation

of Pyrrole and Indole with Allyl Alcohols

S. Basuli, S. Sahu, S. Saha and M. S. Maji*

Adv. Synth. Catal., 2021, Just Accepted

GROUP NEWS

August 2021

Congratulations to  Suchand, Samrat Sahu, and Shuvendu for publishing their paper on Cp*Co(III)-Catalyzed Dehydrative C2-Prenylation of Pyrrole and Indole with Allyl Alcohols in Advance Synthesis and Catalysis!!!

May 2021

Congratulations to  Anup, Samrat Kundu, Dhananjoy and Amit for publishing the review on Organocatalyzed Oxa-Diels-Alder Reactions: Recent Progresses in Synthesis !!!

May 2021

Congratulations to  Samrat Kundu, Ankush, Shyam and Meghna for publishing their paper on Cascade annulative-π-extension for the rapid construction of carbazole based polyaromatic hydrocarbons in Chemical Communications !!!

April 2021

Congratulations to  Ganesh and Samrat Sahu for publishing their paper on One-Pot “Back-to-Front” Approach for the Synthesis of Benzene Ring Substituted Indoles Using Allylboronic Acids in Chemical Communications!!