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Dr. Jagannath Pal's profile

Name : Dr. Jagannath Pal

Designation : Assistant Professor
Qualification : M.Sc, Ph.D
Subject : Chemistry
Department Name : Pure and Applied Science
Email ID :
Address : 289, Makaltala, Makhla-2, P.O.- Raghunathpur, Hooghly - 712247

Degree name Institute Year of passing/awarded
Ph.D. Indian Institute of Technology Patna 2021
M.Sc. Vidyasagar University 2011
B.Sc. (HONOURS) Calcutta University 2009
  • As an Assistant Professor in Chemistry, Department of Pure & Applied Sciences, Midnapore City College, Kuturiya, Bhadutala, Paschim Medinipur – 721129, West Bengal from December 16, 2020 till date.
Field of Specialization Research Area/ Areas of Interest
Physical Chemistry Quantum Chemistry, Computational Chemistry, Electronic Structure Calculations, Ab Initio Calculations, DFT Calculations, Time-dependent DFT, Optical Properties, Spectroscopic Properties, Atmospheric Chemistry, Reaction Kinetics, Aerosol Chemistry.
Sl no. Subject
1 Physical Chemistry

International Publication

Sl no. Title Author Journal Name ISBN/ISSN Page No/Internet DOI Impact Factor Year Link
1 Thermodynamic properties of forming methanol-water and ethanol-water clusters at various temperatures and pressures and implications for atmospheric chemistry: A DFT study Jagannath Pal, A. Patla and R. Subramanian Chemosphere 0045-6535 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2021.129846 7.086 2021 View Link
2 Amplified fluorescence of Mg2+ selective red-light emitting carbon dot in water and direct evaluation of creatine kinase activity S Mandal, Jagannath Pal, R Subramanian, P Das Nano Research 1998-0000 10.1007/s12274-020-2927-1 8.897 2020 View Link
3 Sodium and lithium ions in aerosol: thermodynamic and Rayleigh light scattering properties Jagannath Pal, Pulagam Sai Teja, Ranga Subramanian Theoretical Chemistry Accounts 1432-2234 10.1007/s00214-020-02683-z 1.702 2020 View Link
4 Theoretical studies of hydrogen abstraction from H2X and CH3XH (X = O, S) by trichloromethyl radicals Jagannath Pal and Ranga Subramanian Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 1463-9084 10.1039/C8CP07677D 3.476 2019 View Link
5 Rapid synthesis of polysubstituted phenanthridines from simple aliphatic/aromatic nitriles and iodo arenes via Pd(II) catalyzed domino C–C/C–C/C–N bond formation Yogesh Jaiswal, Yogesh Kumar, Jagannath Pal, Ranga Subramanian, and Amit Kumar ChemCommun 1364-548X 10.1039/c8cc03556c 6.164 2018 View Link
6 Theoretical investigation of N (2D) + HOX (Cl, Br) reaction Jagannath Pal and Ranga Subramanian Molecular Physics 1362-3028 10.1080/00268976.2018.1508779 1.704 2018 View Link
7 Multicomponent Reactions of Arylglyoxal, 4-Hydroxycoumarin, and Cyclic 1,3-C,N-Binucleophiles: Binucleophile DirectedSynthesis of Fused Five and Six Membered N-Heterocycles R. Mishra, Anoop Kumar Panday, Lokman H. Choudhury, Jagannath Pal, R. Subramanian, A. Verma. European Journal of Organic Chemistry 1099-0690 10.1002/ejoc.201700115 2.887 2017 View Link
8 Primary Amide Directed Regioselective ortho-C–H-Arylation of (Aryl)Acetamides Yogesh Jaiswal, Yogesh Kumar, Rima Thakur, Jagannath Pal, Ranga Subramanian, and Amit Kumar. The Journal of Organic Chemistry 1520-6904 10.1021/acs.joc.6b02353 5.190 2016 View Link
Sl no. Title of the Seminar/Conference/Workshop Year Role Venue Funding agency
1 15th Indian Theoretical Chemistry Symposium, Hyderabad. 2016 Poster presentation University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, India. IIT Patna
2 16th Indian Theoretical Chemistry Symposium, BITS Pilani. 2019 Poster presentation BITS Pilani, Pilani Campus, India. IIT Patna