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Saturday, 27 February 2016

Vidya Avasare

Dr. ( Mrs)  Vidya D Avasare

Associate Professor at Sir Parashurambahu College, Pune


She loves teaching and doing science.......it is her passion,  hobby and everything


 vidya avasare





Journal: Journal of Organometallic Chemistry - J ORGANOMET CHEM , vol. 689, no. 7, pp. 1325-1327, 2004

P. Mathur
    Department of Chemistry
    Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

Member of Royal Society of Chemistry and Executive Council Member
Member of Indian National Congress
Member of Marathi Vigyan Parishad
The RSC’s West India Local Section held their first student chemistry outreach event on the 20th October 2012 at KTHM College Nashik, entitled: ‘Opportunities and Advances in Chemical Sciences’. Nearly 200 post-graduate students and teachers, from Nashik and nearby PG Science Colleges, participated in the event – a clear success! http://my.rsc.org/blogs/80/1084

Mrs Nirmala Pawar and Dr. Vidya Avasare introduced the audience to the Vision and Mission of RSC, which was followed by a key note address by Professor Goutam Lahiri, IITB, on ‘Opportunities and Advances in Chemical Sciences’.

The scientific sessions were contributed to by eminent professors and scientists from the diverse fields of organic, inorganic, physical and materials chemistry. Some inspiring talks were delivered:
  • “Redox Non-Innocent Assembly: Leading to Alternate Electronic Structures”. Professor Goutam Lahiri,  IIT Bombay
  • “Conducting Plastics: Fundamental and Applications”. Dr. M. Jayakannan, IISER-Pune
  • “Organic Synthesis: Myths and Facts”. Dr. Rodney Fernandes, IIT Bombay
  • “Tiny Twinkling Specks of Sand”.  Professor Anindya Datta, IIT Bombay
  • “Stereoselective Synthesis and Applications of Donor Acceptor Cyclopropanes (DACs)”.  Dr. Santosh Gharpure, IIT Bombay
  • “Implications of Macromers in Biology”. Dr. Jayant Khandare, Piramal Health Sciences Pvt. Ltd. Goregaon, Mumbai  

Professor Vidya Avasare MRSC planned and coordinated the event diligently, taking the chemistry outreach of the RSC’s West India Local Section beyond major cities. Dr. Raghunath Toche, convener of the conference from KTHM College, Nashik, expressed gratitude towards the RSC’S West India Local Section for organising the event.

Room-temperature synthesis of TiO2 nanospheres and their solar driven photoelectrochemical hydrogen production

ArticleinInternational Journal of Energy Research 39(12) · August 2015
DOI: 10.1002/er.3372
Highly monodisperse and crystalline anatase phase TiO2 nanospheres have been synthesized at room temperature from organometallic precursor, titanocene dichloride and sodium azide. The photoelectrochemical (PEC) water splitting performance on the TiO2 nanospheres was studied under illumination of AM 1.5G. The optimized photocurrent density and photoconversion efficiency of TiO2 NSPs were observed ~0.95 mA cm−2 at 1.23 V and 0.69%, respectively. The transient photocurrent response measurements on the TiO2 NSPs during repeated ON/OFF visible light illumination cycles at 1.23 V vs RHE show that both samples exhibited fast and reproducible photocurrent responses. The TiO2 NSPs show excellent catalytic stability, and significant dark current was not observed even at high potentials (2.0 V vs RHE).

Iron pentacarbonyl assisted photochemical route to 2,5-and 2,6-divinyl-substituted 1,4-benzoquinones from 1-ene-3-ynes

ArticleinTetrahedron 64(37):8943-8946 · 
DOI: 10.1016/j.tet.2008.06.059Photochem. reaction between the enynes, (Z)-1-methoxybut-1-ene-3-yne or isopropenyl acetylene, with CO in presence of Fe(CO)5 yields the 2,6- and 2,5-divinyl-substituted 1,4-benzoquinones: 2,6-bis{(Z)-2-methoxyvinyl}-1,4-benzoquinone (42%) and 2,5-bis{(Z)-2-methoxyvinyl}-1,4-benzoquinone (31.5%) from (Z)-1-methoxybut-1-ene-3-yne, and [{η2,η2:2,6-di(prop-1-en-2-yl)-1,4-benzoquinone}tricarbonyliron] (45%) and [{η2,η2:2,5-di(prop-1-en-2-yl)-1,4-benzoquinone}tricarbonyliron] (65%) from isopropenyl acetylene



Sir Parshurambhau College 
College in Pune, India
Sir Parshurambhau College is a college in Pune, Maharashtra, India. Established in 1916, it is governed by the Shikshan Prasarak Mandali education society. Wikipedia
Address: Tilak Road, Sadashiv Peth, Pune, Maharashtra 411030
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