Kartik Maity

Chemistry Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, Kharagpur, West Bengal, India 
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Biradha K, Saha S, Maity K, et al. (2021) Comparative Study of Nitro and Azide Functionalized Zn(II) based Coordination Polymers as Fluorescent Turn-on Probes for Rapid and Selective Detection of H2S in Living Cells. Chemistry (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany)
Nath K, Bin Rahaman A, Moi R, et al. (2020) Porous Li-MOF as a solid-state electrolyte: exploration of lithium ion conductivity through bio-inspired ionic channels. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England)
Maity K, Nath K, Sinnwell M, et al. (2019) Isoreticular Expansion of Metal-Organic Frameworks via Pillaring of Metal Templated Tunable Building Layers: Hydrogen Storage and Selective CO2 Capture. Chemistry (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany)
Maity K, Mukherjee D, Sen M, et al. (2019) Fluorescent Dye-Based Metal–Organic Framework Piezochromic and Multicolor-Emitting Two-Dimensional Materials for Light-Emitting Devices Acs Applied Nano Materials. 2: 1614-1620
Biradha K, Maity K, Karan CK. (2018) Porous Metal Organic Polyhedral Framework Containing Cuboctahedron Cages as SBUs with High Affinity for H2 and CO2 Sorptions: A Heterogeneous Catalyst for Chemical Fixation of CO2. Chemistry (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany)
Maity K, Bhunia K, Pradhan D, et al. (2017) Co(II) Doped Cd-MOF as an Efficient Water Oxidation Catalyst: Doubly Interpenetrated Boron Nitride Network with the Encapsulation of Free Ligand Containing Pyridine Moieties. Acs Applied Materials & Interfaces
Maity K, Biradha K. (2017) CoII-doped metal–organic materials as efficient water oxidation catalysts Acta Crystallographica Section a Foundations and Advances. 73: C892-C892
Nath K, Maity K, Biradha K. (2017) Two-Dimensional Coordination Polymers with “X”-Shaped Cavities as Adsorbents of Oxoanion Pollutants and Toxic Dyes Crystal Growth & Design. 17: 4437-4444
Maity K, Biradha K. (2016) Role of Anions in the Formation of Multidimensional Coordination Polymers: Selective Separation of Anionic Toxic Dyes by 3D-Cationic Framework and Luminescent Properties Crystal Growth & Design. 16: 3002-3013
Maity K, Kundu T, Banerjee R, et al. (2015) One-dimensional water cages with repeat units of (H2O)24 resembling pagodane trapped in a 3D coordination polymer: Proton conduction and tunable luminescence emission by adsorption of anionic dyes Crystengcomm. 17: 4439-4443
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