Arthi Ravi

2013- IISER Thiruvananthapuram 
"Arthi Ravi"
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Ravi A, Hassan SZ, Bhandary S, et al. (2022) Topochemical Postulates: Are They Relevant for Topochemical Reactions Occurring at Elevated Temperatures? Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English). e202200954
Ravi A, Shijad A, Sureshan KM. (2021) Single-crystal-to-single-crystal synthesis of a pseudostarch topochemical azide-alkyne cycloaddition polymerization. Chemical Science. 12: 11652-11658
Hema K, Ravi A, Raju C, et al. (2021) Polymers with advanced structural and supramolecular features synthesized through topochemical polymerization. Chemical Science. 12: 5361-5380
Hema K, Ravi A, Raju C, et al. (2021) Topochemical polymerizations for the solid-state synthesis of organic polymers. Chemical Society Reviews
Prathap A, Ravi A, Pathan JR, et al. (2019) Halobenzyl alcohols as structurally simple organogelators Crystengcomm. 21: 5310-5316
Vibhute AM, Priyakumar UD, Ravi A, et al. (2018) Correction: Model molecules to classify CHO hydrogen-bonds. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 54: 8136
Ravi A, Sureshan KM. (2018) Tunable Mechanical Response from a Crystal Undergoing Topochemical Dimerization: Instant Explosion at a Faster Rate and Chemical Storage of a Harvestable Explosion at a Slower Rate. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English). 57: 9362-9366
Vibhute AM, Deva Priyakumar U, Ravi A, et al. (2018) Model molecules to classify CHO hydrogen-bonds. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 54: 4629-4632
Ravi A, Hassan SZ, Vanikrishna AN, et al. (2017) Regioselective SN2 reactions for rapid syntheses of azido-inositols by one-pot sequence-specific nucleophilysis. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England)
Mukundam V, Kumar A, Dhanunjayarao K, et al. (2015) Tetraaryl pyrazole polymers: Versatile synthesis, aggregation induced emission enhancement and detection of explosives Polymer Chemistry. 6: 7764-7770
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