Presentation on theme: "Developing a synthetic molecule imitating the properties of hemoglobin to reduce carbon monoxide emission from automobile exhaust College"— Presentation transcript:
Developing a synthetic molecule imitating the properties of hemoglobin to reduce carbon monoxide emission from automobile exhaust College E-mail: email@example.com@hansrajcollege.co.in Principal E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Project Code: HR 205 HANS RAJ COLLEGE
Name of Project Investigators with Designation, Department, Email ID and Mobile number Mr. Satish Chand Assistant Professor (Chemistry) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mob: 9968136659 Mentor: Dr. J.P. Subrahmanyam Senior Professor (Department of Mech. Eng.) I.T.M. University, HUDA, Sector 23A, Gurgaon, Haryana 122017 Mob: 9818263487 Dr. Ambika Assistant Professor (Chemistry) Email: email@example.com Mob: 9911385535, 9968643901 Dr. Dinesh Kumar Gautam Assistant Professor (Zoology) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mob: 9818427794
Names of the Students, Course, Department, Email ID and Mobile number in the Project Name of StudentBSc (H) CourseE-MailMobile No. Niyati PiplaniZoology II Sem.email@example.com Shubham MukherjeeZoology II Sem.firstname.lastname@example.org Sonal GuptaZoology II Sem.email@example.com Rajnish RaiZoology II Sem.firstname.lastname@example.org Nidhi KaushikChemistry I Sem.email@example.com Ritika VermaChemistry I Sem.firstname.lastname@example.org Simranjeet KaurChemistry I Sem.email@example.com Manika MittalChemistry I Sem.firstname.lastname@example.org Rishabh kumarChemistry II Sem.email@example.com Kritika NagpalChemistry II Sem.firstname.lastname@example.org
Methodology involving the synthesis of tetra phenyl porphyrin, its binding with carbon monoxide and the expected out come The cyclocondensation of equimolar amount of pyrrole with aromatic aldehydes in refluxing propionic acid to get the required 5,10,15,20-tetra aryl porphyrins (TAP). Structural analysis and binding studies of TAP Fe(III)Cl with CO will be confirmed by IR, UV and other spectroscopic data.
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