Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University. Formerly known as nagpur university. Accredited with grade A by NACC

Department of Chemistry


About us

About the Department

The DST-FIST and UGC SAP assisted postgraduate Department of Chemistry is one of the oldest department in the central India to be established by the University of Nagpur in June 1963. It offers an excellent education in the field of chemical sciences along with research activities encompassing all major sub-disciplines of chemistry. The department has received funds from the University Grants Commission (UGC), DST, BRNS and DAE. The Department has organized national and international conferences, seminars, workshops, symposia and other academic programmes to facilitate and promote research in all branches of chemistry. Department has the unique facility of Gamma Irradiation which was procured through DST-FIST grant. The other departments in the University, affiiated colleges as well as the other Universities are taking help of the facility. GC-1200 is the unique facility in the central India. The Department has Procured major equipment LC-MS/MS triple quadruple from UGC-SAP, DRS-I.

Photograph of Building:

Building of Chemistry Department

Physical Infrastructure

Physical Infrastructure
  • House area = 27000 sq. ft.
  • Laboratory area = 15650 sq. ft.
  • Class rooms = 05
  • M.Sc. Laboratories = 07
  • Research laboratories = 10
  • Computer centre (UGC-INFLIB NET facility) = 01
  • Instrumentation rooms = 02
  • Seminar halls = 02

Photograph of research lab activities and smart classroom:

photo of research lab 1
photo of research lab 2
photo of research lab 3
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Courses & Syllabus

Courses

  • M. Sc (Four semesters course: Choice based credit system)
  • Ph. D.

Syllabus

  • Choice based credit system has been introduced from the session 2015-16.
  • Complete course is of 2500 marks (100 credits) which are equally divided in four semesters.
  • Seminars and dissertation are the important part of M. Sc. programme.

Admission

Admissions and Eligibility (Intake, Rules and Procedure, Admission list, etc):

Masters Program (M.Sc.)

  • No. of students admitted in each session: 50
  • Duration- Two years (Four Semesters course)
  • Eligibility- B. Sc. with Chemistry as one of the subjects
  • Admission procedure: On the basis of merit and rules of the University
  • Specialization: Inorganic, organic, physical and analytical chemistry (offered from third semester)
  • Project at fourth semester
  • The reservation of seats is according to the Govt. of Maharashtra rules.

Research Programs (M. Phil. and Ph. D.)

  • Guidance for the Ph.D. degrees is offered in all the four main disciplines (Inorganic, organic, physical and analytical chemistry).
  • Admission criteria for Ph. D.: Candidates who have qualified NET/SET or PET (Ph. D. Entrance Test of RTM Nagpur University) can apply for the registration to Ph. D. programme.

Faculty

Faculty profile:

  • Sanctioned teaching staff: 13
  • Total no. of existing regular teaching staff = 06
Faculty Profile
Sr. No. Name Designation Details
1 Mrs Dr. J. S. Meshram Professor Details
2 Dr. N. N. Karade Professor Details
3 Dr. R. M. Jugade Professor Details
4 Mrs. Dr. M. R. Lanjewar Professor Details
5 Dr. R. S. Dongre Associate Professor Details
6 Dr. V. M. Tangde Assistant Professor Details

Teaching Staff

Teaching Staff

Non-Teaching Staff

Non-Teaching Staff

Research

Research Activities (current):

All the faculty members are actively associated with research activities in different disciplines of chemistry. The research grants from the different agencies such as UGC, DST, BRNS, DRDO and CSIR have been received to individual faculty members. The department has received the funds from UGC SAP (DRS-I) and DST FIST (Level I) programme.

Areas of research:

  1. Synthetic organic chemistry
  2. Heterocyclic chemistry
  3. Hypervalent iodine chemistry
  4. Carbohydrate chemistry
  5. Medicinal chemistry
  6. Polymer synthesis and characterization
  7. Nuclear chemistry
  8. Environmental chemistry
  9. Polarographic methods of analysis
  10. Coordination chemistry
Research Papers
Sr. No. Name of Student Title of Research Work Date of Registration Supervisor
1. Yatreek G. Bhagat Synthesis and applications of archetectural organic dyes for dye sensitized solar cells. 26/10/2018 Prof. (Mrs.) J. S. Meshram
2. Pankaj H. Meshram Synthesis, Characterization and Comparative study of pharmacological appraisals of N-Mannich bases of 1H-indole-2,3-dione derivatives and their inclusion complexes with ß-Cyclodextrin. 26/10/2018 Prof. (Mrs.) J. S. Meshram
3. Prashik M. Walke Synthesis, Characterization and Pharmacological Appraisal of Poly(Amidoamine) Dendrimer as a Chromogenic, Fluorescent Chemosensor and Scavenger for metal ions. 26/10/2018 Prof. (Mrs.) J. S. Meshram
4. Pravin V. Patilpaik Synthesis and Application of Metal Phthalocyanines. 20/05/2019 Prof. (Mrs.) J. S. Meshram
5. Atul A. Jichkar Hypervalent iodine reagents for heterocycle synthesis and functionalization 12-01-2017 Prof. N. N. Karade
6. Imran A. Opai Developments of New Methods in Organic Synthesis Using Hypervalent Iodine Reagents 12-01-2017 Prof. N. N. Karade
7. Rameshwar S. Shinde Hpervalent Iodine Reagents Mediated New Methods in Organic Synthesis 26/10/2018 Prof. N. N. Karade
8. Prakash D. Shirsath Applications of Diarytliodonium salts in Organic Synthesis 26/10/2018
9. Kailas V. Chitalkar Assesment of Air, water and Soil quality in MIDC areas of Raigad and Ratnagiri District 23/12/2015 Prof. M. R. Lanjewar
10. Ashish P. Wakulkar Ultasonic Investigation of Intermolecular interaction in some organic liquids and aqueous medium 12/1/2017 Prof. M. R. Lanjewar
11. Rakesh M. Naktode Synthesis, characterization of nanocomposite materials and their applications for the removal of pollutents from water and waste water. 26/10/2018 Prof. M. R. Lanjewar
12. Shailesh K. Bhagat Synthesis, Characterization and applications of modified layered Dooble hydroxide. 26/10/2018 Prof. M. R. Lanjewar
13. Yogesh B. Ghogre Synthesis of metal halide Perovskites by novel chemical methods. 20/5/2019 Prof. M. R. Lanjewar
14. Anil S. Harishchandre Synthesis, Physiochemical analysis and applications of double perovskites. 20/5/2019 Prof. M. R. Lanjewar
15. Prapti P. Warbhe Synthesis, Structural studies of Nanomaterials and their environmental applications in adsorption of pollutents from waste water 20/5/2019 Prof. M. R. Lanjewar
16. Swati Tandekar Adsorption studies of toxicants on modified and degraded marine biopolymers. 06/01/2017 Prof. R. M. Jugade
17. Maithili Khapre Chemically activated biopolymers for effective removal of dyes from effluents. 06/01/2017 Prof. R. M. Jugade
18. Pankaj Bakshe Geochemical analysis of stream sediment sample for the assessment of heavy metal contamination. 16/12/2016 Prof. R. M. Jugade
19. Sanjiwani Korde Application of Chitosan based composites and nanocomposites for detoxification of water. 26/10/2018 Prof. R. M. Jugade
20. Sarika Vithalkar Selective removal of water toxicants by modified adsorbents and composites. 26/10/2018 Prof. R. M. Jugade
21. Nikhat Sheikh Thermophysical Properties of some bioactive compounds in aqueous binary and ternary mixtures at different temperature. 12/01/2017 Dr. Vijay M. Tangde
22. Rojo John Study of Sovation thermodynamics of some biologically active compounds in aqueous binary and ternary systems at different temperatures. 26/10/2018 Dr. Vijay M. Tangde
23. Ashvini Meshram Effect of Temperature on Thermodynamics Properties of Some Bioactive Compounds in Aqueous Binary and Ternary Systems. 26/10/2018 Dr. Vijay M. Tangde

Ongoing Major and Minor research projects carried to faculty members (2016-2019)

Ongoing Major and Minor research projects carried to faculty members (2016-2019)
S. N. Name of the Princial Investigator/CoInvestigator

Title of Project

Name of the Funding agency

Year of Award

Funds provided (INR in lakhs)

Duration of the project

1 Prof. N. N. Karade

Applications of hypervalent iodine reagents and iodonium ylides in organic synthesis

Department of Science and Technology (DST), SERBEMR

2017

27,54,400/-

2017-2020

2 Prof. N. N. Karade

Metal-free oxidative synthesis and reactions of heterocyclic compounds

RTM Nagpur University (URPS)

2017

3,00,000/-

2017-2019

3 Prof. R. M. Jugade

Detoxification of Waste-Water Using Structurally Modified Biopolymers

RTM Nagpur University (URPS)

2017

3,00,000/-

2017-2019

4 Dr. V. M. Tangde

Thermo-physical Properties of Bioactive Compounds

RTM Nagpur University (URPS)

2017

3,00,000/-

2017-2019

5 Dr. R. S. Dongre

Synthesis & applications of chitosan biocomposite for removal of toxic pollutant from water in batch and column mode

RTM Nagpur University (URPS)

2016

3,00,000/-

2016-2018

6 Prof. (Mrs) M. R. Lanjewar

Removal of pollutants from water and waste water using nano composite materials

RTM Nagpur University (URPS)

2016

3,00,000/-

2016-2018

Completed Major and Minor Research Projects (2010-2016)

Completed Major and Minor Research Projects (2010-2016)
S. N. Name of the PI

Title of Project

Funding agency

Duration

Funding

1. Prof. Jyotsna S. Meshram

New Horizons in zeolite catalyzed one pot convergent reactions

UGC, Major R & D Project

2013-2017(4 Years)

11,57,800/-

2. Prof. Jyotsna S. Meshram

Summit of b lactam antibiotics for broad spectrum improvement (Completed)

UGC, Major R & D Project

2008-2011 (3 Years)

6,40,800/-

3. Prof. N. N. Karade

Development of new oxidative methods for the synthesis of heterocyclic compounds

RTMNU

2014-2016

2,43,000/-

4. Dr. V. M. Tangde

Low cost adsorbents for removal of heavy metal ions from water

RTMNU

2014-2016

2,50,000/-

5. Prof. R. M. Jugade

Trace analysis and speciation studies of heavy metal ions by DPP

RTMNU

2014-2016

2,50,000/-

6. Prof. R. M. Jugade

Development of low cost voltammetric sensors for toxic metals and biomolecules.

RTMNU

2014-2016

1,70,000/-

7. Prof. N. N. Karade

Applications of Multi-Component Reactions for the Synthesis of Biologically Important Heterocycle

UGC

2012-2015

10,86,800/-

8. Prof. R. M. Jugade

Polarographic studies of some medicinally important compounds and trace analysis in pharmaceutical formulations and biological samples

UGC Start-up grant

2012-2015

6,00,000/-

9. Dr. V. M. Tangde

Thermodynamic Stability via Lyapunov Function Analysis of Real Processes

UGC Start-up grant

2014-2017

6,00,000/-

10. Prof. D. V. Parwate

Multielemental determination in orange fruits and trees around Nagpur by Neutron Activation Analysis

UGC

2011-2014

8,52,800/-

11. Prof. B. N. Berad

Application of glucosylisothiocyanate and its dichloro derivatives in the synthesis of glucosyl nucleosides

UGC

2011-2014

6,13,000/-

12. Prof. N. N. Karade

Application of glucosylisothiocyanate and its dichloro derivatives in the synthesis of glucosyl nucleosides

UGC

2011-2014

6,13,000/-

13. Dr. R. S. Dongre

Development of Benign Bio-Polymeric Adsorbents for Fluoride Removal from Drinking Water.

UGC

2010-2012

1,90,000/-

Facilities & Grant

Facilities available:

  • LC-MS/MS Triple Quadruple (Shimadzu)
  • FT-IR Spectrometer (Brucker)
  • Shimadzu Spectrophotometer (UV 240)
  • Gas Chromatograph (Agilent Technologies)
  • HPLC (Shimdazu-HPLC-LC-20AT)
  • UV-Visible Spectrophotometer (GBC Model Cintra)
  • Gamma Ray Spectrometer
  • Vapour Pressure Osmometer
  • Am-Be Neutron Source
  • Cobalt-60 Gamma Chamber
  • Polarograph

Grants received to the department:

Funding agency : UGC

Programme : SAP DRS-I

Grant Sanctioned : 1,38,00,000/-

Duration : 2016-2021

Major Equipment : LCMS/MS triple quadrupole

Coordinator : Prof. N. N. Karade

Dy. Coordinator : Prof. R. M. Jugade

Seminar/ Workshops/ conferences/ Other activities:

Seminar/ Workshops/ conferences/ Other activities
S.N. Title of Activity Date Sponsoring agency
1 National Conference on New Horizons of Bioactive Compounds and Advanced Materials March 26-27, 2019 UGC-SAP-DRS-I
2 Two Days Workshop on Chemical Synthesis/ Projects with Industrial Relevance December 20-21, 2018 Co-curricular activity
3 National Seminar on Heterocyclic Chemistry March 27-28, 2018 UGC-SAP-DRS-I
4 Workshop on NET SET and GATE Lecture series on NMR Spectroscopy Professor D. D. Dhavale (SP Pune University) December 19-20, 2017 Co-curricular activity
5 National Seminar on Modern Methods in Organic Synthesis March 20-21, 2017 UGC-SAP-DRS-I
6 The Alumni Meet (more than 400 delegates) February 04, 2017 Department of Chemistry
7 Refresher course in Chemistry 23-02-2015 to 15-02-2015 UGC- Academic Staff College
8 International conference on Futuristic Materials and Emerging Trends in Forensic and Life Sciences 2February 5-7, 2015 Indian Association of Solid State Chemists and Allied Scientists
9 Two Days Workshop on Advanced Analytical and Spectroscopic Techniques January 6-7, 2014 Co-curricular activity
10 2014 Second International Workshop on Hadronic Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics November 24-29, 2014 Santilli foundation, Palm Harbor, FL, USA (12,000 USD)
11 2013 International Workshop on Hadronic Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics October 21-26, 2013 Santilli foundation, Palm Harbor, FL, USA (10,000 USD)
12 RSC West India IYC-Challenge symposium 2012 31st August-1st September 2012 Royal Society of Chemistry

Calendar of Activities 2019-2020:

Calendar of Activities 2019-2020
Sr. No. Activity Tentative duration
1. Students Seminar Every Week
2. Inauguration of Chemical Society August 2019
3. RSC workshop September 2019
4. IYPT activity September 2019
5. Co-curricular activity October 2019
6. Annual Social Gathering December 2019
7. Educational Tour January 2020
8. UGC-SAP sponsored National Conference February 2020

Contact Us

The Head (Prof. (Mrs.) J. S. Meshram)
Department of Chemistry
Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University
Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Educational Campus
Nagpur 440 033
Maharashtra State, INDIA
Telephone: +91-0712- 2500429
E-mail: [email protected]   
Timings: Office hours are 10:30 to 17:30 (Monday to Friday) and 8.00 to 12.30 (Saturday).

Consultancy Cell

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1] Constitution of consultancy cell: The composition of consultancy cell for Department of Chemistry comprises following members. 

Constitution of consultancy cell: The composition of consultancy cell for Department of Chemistry comprises following members

S. N.

Name

Designation

 

1.

Prof. Mrs. J. S. Meshram

Head of the Department

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2.

Prof. N. N. Karade

Coordinator of Consultancy Cell

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3.

Prof. R. M. Jugade

Member of Consultancy Cell

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6.

Dr. V. M. Tangde

Member of Consultancy Cell

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2] Objectives of consultancy cell:
Department of Chemistry, RTM Nagpur University promotes the use of its infrastructural resources for serving external organizations, agencies and individuals, not only as a source of income, but as an opportunity for teachers, technical staff, research scholars and students to involve in real life problems and gain valuable experience and to foster linkages with industries and external organizations. These guidelines are issued to streamline and enable all consultancy services offered by the Department of Chemistry of RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur. These rules may be reviewed normally in three years or as per needs.
Specific objectives of consultancy through instrumentation facility:

  • To carry out analysis of samples received from researchers working in universities, research institutions and industries.
  • To make available facilities to scientists to carry out measurements on sophisticated instruments not available in their own institutions.
  • To initiate advanced level research in high priority areas.
  • To organize a pool of experts from various scientific disciplines and make them available for research interactions.
  • To provide specialized training for scientific and technical personnel for up-keeping, maintenance and essential servicing of instruments from undergraduate to post graduate Students.
  • To act as a common platform for organizing short-term courses and workshops on sophisticated instruments as well as imparting hands-on training to research scholars, teachers, students and personnel from other laboratories, universities and industries.
  • To develop skilled manpower and create expertise in specific area.
  • To train technicians for maintenance and operation of sophisticated instruments.
  • To participate in teaching of formal courses on instrumentation, conducted by other departments/agencies.
  • To provide consultancy service in instrumentation to industry/Govt. departments/other institutions.

3] Details of Departmental (Institutional) Consultancy

  • Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometer (LCMS/MS) Triple Quadrupole
  • High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) with PDA detector
  • Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometer (FTIR)
  • UV-Visible Spectrophotometer
  • Gamma Irradiation Chamber (GC-1200)
  • BET Surface Area Analyser QuantaChrome Anton PAAR
  • Density and Sound Velocity (DSA-5000M) Anton PAAR
  •  Visco QC 100 Viscometer Anton PAAR

LCMS/MS Triple Quadrupole

LCMS/MS Triple Quadrupole

FTIR Spectrometer

FTIR Spectrometer

UV-Visible Spectrophotometer

UV-Visible Spectrophotometer

Gamma Irradiation Chamber

Gamma Irradiation Chamber

DSA 5000 M

DSA 5000 M

VISCO QC 100

VISCO QC 100

3.1] Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometer (LCMS/MS) Triple Quadrupole
3.2] High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) with PDA detector
Instrument Details (LCMS and HPLC):

Instrument Details (LCMS and HPLC)

Make

:

Shimadzu, Japan

Model

:

LCMS/MS 8040

Specification

:

1] LCMS/MS triple quadrupole
2] HPLC with PDA detector
3] HPLC PDA Detector - Massspectrometer

Working Principle

:

Liquid chromatography / Mass Spectroscopy (LC / MS) is a technique which combines high performance liquid chromatography HPLC, a powerful analytical separation and quantification technique with mass spectroscopy, a powerful analysis & detection technique.

Main Features of the instrument

:

  • Mass Range: 10-2000 amu Binary HPLC system with PDA detector 
  • Ionisation Method : API using ESI positive & negative mode
  • Binary HPLC system with Mass as detector
  • Binary HPLC system with PDA detector (190-800 nm)
  • HPLC PDA Mass Spectrometer.

Applications

:

  • Qualitative Analysis     
  • Quantitative Analysis

User Information

:

  • Expected structure or mass should be provided. 
  • Solvent for mobile phase should be mentioned or solubility of compound in solvent should be given.
  • As HPLC is available in most departments, LC of submitted samples indicating the operating conditions should be supplied along with the sample.
  • At present C8 and C18 columns are available.
  • You can submit the column of your interest for separation or repeatability of HPLC run.
  • HPLC related data or details of method development should be provided, if available.
  • Source of the compound should be mentioned.
  • MS-DS (Material Safety Data Sheet) should be given along with samples to ensure that there is no toxic sample being given. Samples should not be toxic or hazardous.

Contact us

:

nnkar[email protected]
Mobile: 8055515493 (Prof. N. N. Karade)

3.3] Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometer (FTIR)

Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometer (FTIR)

Make

:

Bruker

Model

:

Alpha-T

Specification

:

ZnSe Optics, 4000 cm-1 to 400 cm-1

Applications

:

Qualitative Analysis of functional groups

Contact us

:

[email protected]
Mobile: 8055515493 (Prof. N. N. Karade)

3.4] UV-Visible Spectrophotometer

UV-Visible Spectrophotometer

Make

:

Shimadzu, Japan

Model

:

UV-1800

Specification

:

  1. Range: 190 nm to 1100 nm
  2. Monochromator: Blazed holographic grating with Crenzy Turner Mountings.
  3. Spectral Bandwidth: 1 nm
  4. Wavelength accuracy: +/-0.3nm over entire range
  5. Photometric accuracy: Minimum +/-0.002 Abs
  6. Photometric repeatability: +/-0.001Abs
  7. Detector: Silicon Photodiode

Working Principle

:

Double beam Du lamp

Applications

:

  • Qualitative Analysis
  • Quantitative Analysis

Contact us

:

[email protected]
Mobile: 9545112555 (Dr. Vijay M. Tangde)

3.5] Gamma Irradiation Chamber (GC-1200)

Gamma Irradiation Chamber (GC-1200)

Make

:

BRIT, Mumbai

Model

:

GC-1200

Specification

:

Co-60 source with dose rate of 7.1 kGy/ h as on 01.02.2019

Applications

:

  • Gamma irradiation of inorganic materials
  • Degradation studies of polymers
  • Degradation studies of dyes
  • Mutation studies in plants

Contact us

:

[email protected]
Mobile: 9420254377 (Prof. R. M. Jugade)

3.6] BET surface area analyzer

BET surface area analyzer

Make

:

Quantachrome

Model

:

Nova 2200e

Specification

:

0.01 m2/g to no known upper limit. Pore size distributions: 20 - 5000Å

Applications

:

Determination of surface area (multi-point analysis)
Determination of pore size and pore volume of mesoporous materials
Adsorption-desorption curve for nitrogen

Contact us

:

[email protected]
Mobile: 9420254377 (Prof. R. M. Jugade)

3.7] DSA 5000 M Anton PAAR

DSA 5000 M Anton PAAR

Make

:

Anton PAAR, Austria

Model

:

DSA 5000 M Anton PAAR

Specification

:

Density 0 g/cm³ to 3 g/cm³; Sound velocity 1000 m/s to 2000 m/s; Temperature 15 °C to 100 °C (32 °F to 212 °F); Pressure 0 bar to 8 bar (0 psi to 116 psi); Density 0.000001 g/cm³; Sound velocity 0.1 m/s; Temperature 0.001 °C (0.002 °F); Density 0.000005 g/cm³; Sound velocity 0.5 m/s; Density 0.000007 g/cm³; Temperature 0.01 °C (0.02 °F)

Working Principle

:

DSA 5000 M Simultaneously determines two physically independent properties with one sample filling. The U shape sample tube is being excited to oscillate to its characteristic frequency with changing temperature and density filled in the tube. With the repeated similar operations of such pulse excitation method density is determined to great uncertainity of 5 x 10-5 g/cc.

Applications

:

  • Density and sound velocity determination of liquid samples (aqueous/nonaqueous)

Contact us

:

[email protected]
Mobile: 9545112555 (Dr. Vijay M. Tangde)

3.8] ViscoQc 100 Viscometer

ViscoQc 100 Viscometer

Make

:

Anton PAAR, Austria

Model

:

Visco QC 100 Viscometer Anton PAAR

Specification

:

Dynamic viscosity range ( mPa.s ) 1 mPa·s to 6M mPa·sor Better with additional accessories.
Speed range 0.1 rpm to 200 rpm or better

Working Principle

:

Digital Rotational Viscometer Anton PAAR Visco QC 100
Dynamic viscosity range ( mPa.s ) 1 mPa•s to 6M mPa•s or Better with additional accessories.  Speed range 0.1 rpm to 200 rpm or better Spindle Lock System Easy Lock Spindle Coupling system or similar should be quote. For one-hand removal/attachment of spindles, with quick coupling system. Digital leveling Automatic alignment check that should be displayed on instrument screen. Interlock that Instrument &should not allow for measurement unless leveling is passed. Rotation Scan Instrument should have speed scan mode if spindle/speed combination is unknown.  Display Displayed information: Viscosity, Speed, Torque, Temperature, Runtime, Spindle and max. Viscosity, Target Time/Torque/Temperature or better. Spindle MOC Should be made up of AISI 316L corrosive resistance SS asstandard supply.  Accuracy± 1% or Better Repeatability± 0.2% or Better Communication Interface USB, PC interface, and Power Connection.Warranty 12 Month Warranty  Future Option for Temp control Instrument should have future option for Temperature control like Water circulation bath with temperature sensor etc.. Display 3.5” color LCD display with hot keys for easy navigation. With Following standard Accessories
-- ViscoQC™ 100 with Toolmaster™ and magnetic coupling
-- Stand, USB cable, and V-Collect software
-- 6 spindles (RH) or 4 spindles (L) made of AISI 316L
-- Spindle guard (for L and R model)

Applications

:

  • Viscosity determination of liquid samples having viscosity greater than 3 cp

Contact us

:

[email protected]
Mobile: 9545112555 (Dr. Vijay M. Tangde)

4] Rates of Instrumental Analysis

The instruments are available to all the students, research scholars and faculty members of the university and affiliated institutions and also other educational institutions, research labs and industry also on chargeable basis as mentioned in the table below. The users are to submit the requisition forms with the samples.

4.1] Charges for HPLC/LCMS analysis per sample:

Charges for HPLC/LCMS analysis per sample

S. N.

Facilities

PG Department of Chemistry & other departments of RTMNU (existing students)

Other Educational Institutions, affiliated colleges and ex-students of RTMNU

R & D Labs

Industries

1

HPLC with PDA detector (Qualitative)

200 +
18% GST

300 + 18% GST

500 + 18% GST

700 + 18% GST

2

HPLC with PDA detector (Quantitative)

250 +
18% GST

350 + 18% GST

450 + 18% GST

800 + 18% GST

3

LCMS with ESI (Qualitative)

300 +
18% GST

400 + 18% GST

800 + 18% GST

1000 + 18% GST

4

LCMS with ESI (Quantitative)

800 +
18% GST

1000 + 18% GST

1200 + 18% GST

1600 + 18% GST

5

HPLC +
PDA detector + MS/MS (Qualitative)

1000 +
18% GST

1200 + 18% GST

1500 + 18% GST

1800 + 18% GST

6

HPLC +
PDA detector + MS/MS (Quantitative)

1200 +
18% GST

1400 + 18% GST

1600 + 18% GST

2000 + 18% GST

7

Interpretation of HPLC, LCMS and LCMS/MS data

50 +
18% GST

100 + 18% GST

200 + 18% GST

300 +
18% GST

Notes: 1] The charges of the sample analysis for LC-MS is 2 min to 30 min.
2] For quantitative analysis, the submission of standard sample is necessary.
3] For HPLC/LCMS analysis, the details of method development should be provided.
4] Minimum quantity required for above analysis is 5 mg.

4.2] Charges for FTIR analysis per sample:

Charges for FTIR analysis per sample

S. N.

Facilities

PG Department of Chemistry & other departments of RTMNU (existing students)

Other Educational Institutions, affiliated colleges and ex-students of RTMNU

R & D Labs

Industries

1

FTIR analysis per sample (Qualitative)

60 +
18% GST

80 + 18% GST

200 + 18% GST

400 +
18% GST

2

Interpretation of FTIR data

50 +
18% GST

70 + 18% GST

100 + 18% GST

200 +
18% GST

4.3] Charges for UV-Visible Spectrophotometer analysis per sample:

Charges for UV-Visible Spectrophotometer analysis per sample

S. N.

Facilities

PG Department of Chemistry & other departments of RTMNU (existing students)

Other Educational Institutions, affiliated colleges and ex-students of RTMNU

R & D Labs

Industries

1

UV-Vis Spectra

100 +
18% GST

200 + 18% GST

300 + 18% GST

500 + 18% GST

2

Photometric Determination

200 + 18% GST

300 + 18% GST

500 + 18% GST

1000 + 18% GST

4.4] Charges for Gamma Irradiation Chamber (GC-1200)

Charges for Gamma Irradiation Chamber (GC-1200)

S. N.

Facilities

PG Department of Chemistry & other departments of RTMNU (existing students)

Other Educational Institutions, affiliated colleges and ex-students of RTMNU

R & D Labs

1

Upto 5 min

100 +18% GST

300 +18% GST

400 +18% GST

2

5 to 30 min

200 +18% GST

400 +18% GST

600 +18% GST

3

More than 30 min

300 +18% GST

600 +18% GST

800 +18% GST

4.5] Charges BET surface area analyzer

Charges BET surface area analyzer

S. N.

Facilities

PG Department of Chemistry & other departments of RTMNU (existing students)

Other Educational Institutions, affiliated colleges and ex-students of RTMNU

R & D Labs

1

Multi point surface area analysis

500 +18% GST

800 +
18% GST

1000 +
18% GST

2

Surface area, pore size and pore volume analysis with nitrogen adsorption-desorption curve

1000 +
18% GST

1600 +
18% GST

2000 +
18% GST

4.6] DSA-5000M

DSA-5000M

S. N.

Facilities

PG Department of Chemistry & other departments of RTMNU (existing students)

Other Educational Institutions, affiliated colleges and ex-students of RTMNU

R & D Labs

1

Density and Sound velocity for single concentration at Three temperature

100 + 18% GST

200 +
18% GST

400 +
18% GST

2

Density and Sound velocity for single concentration at Seven temperature

150 +
18% GST

300 +
18% GST

600 +
18% GST

4.6] Visco QC 100

Visco QC 100

S. N.

Facilities

PG Department of Chemistry & other departments of RTMNU (existing students)

Other Educational Institutions, affiliated colleges and ex-students of RTMNU

R & D Labs

1

Viscosity  of liquid per sample at room temperature

100 + 18% GST

200 +
18% GST

400 +
18% GST

5] Mode of payment:

  1. The payment should be made by NEFT/IMPS/Account transfer/DD/Cheque/RTGS. Only online transactions are accepted.  
  2. DD or cheque in the name of “Chemistry Consultancy Cell” can be accepted for sample analysis.
  3. NEFT /IMPS /Account transfer may not be considered valid if the user fail to intimate the UTR no, Amount and date of transaction while filling the offline registration form.
  4. Details of Bank account of Chemistry Consultancy Cell:
Details of Bank account of Chemistry Consultancy Cell

1

NAME of bank account

Chemistry Consultancy Cell

2

Account number

876210210000096

3

IFSC code

BKID0008762

4

Bank name

Bank of India

5

Branch Name

RTMN University Branch

6

Branch city and PIN code

NAGPUR 440 033

7

Account type

Savings

  1. Download the online Application of Sample Analysis Request Form.
  2. Fill the Payment and sample details.
  3. Submit/send samples along with a copy of the NEFT/IMPS/Account Transfer or DD details and Offline request form with Supervisor/Authorized Signature and stamp.

The amount transferred without submitting the NEFT/DD details will not be accounted at any instance.

                          

7] Contact details:

Contact details

Prof. Mrs. J. S. Meshram

The Head,
Department of Chemistry

[email protected]

Prof. N. N. Karade

LCMS, HPLC and FTIR

[email protected]
8055515493

Prof. R. M. Jugade

Gamma Irradiation Chamber
BET-surface area analysis

[email protected]
9403753623

Dr. V. M. Tangde

UV-Visible Spectrophotometer

[email protected]
9545112555

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