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Keyur Bhatt

Catalysis 2021
Keyur Bhatt, Speaker at Chemical Engineering Conferences
Ganpat University, India
Title : Highly efficient functionalized calix 4 pyrrole wrapped scrupulous nanopalladium catalyst


Calix(4)pyrrole-palladium nanoparticles synthesis with the help of meso-modified hydroxy calix(4)pyrrole (OHCP) derivatives. OHCP-PdNPs utilized for the C-C coupling reactions as an efficient nanocatalyst. This study includes the stability as well as pH studies of fine PdNps. OHCP is an electron-rich ligand that is capable of reducing as well as encapsulate the metal ions because of the availability of electron-rich hydrazide functional group and H-bonding promoter four pyrrole units. In comparison with normal hydrazine, CP-hydrazide has a higher withdrawal ability, so Pd-NPs periphery is surrounded by them and undergoes stronger web-like capping on palladium. Similarly, OHCP-PdNPs are aqueous and air stable, besides affordable alternatives for the synthesis of stable PdNPs. Moreover, encapsulating the periphery of PdNPs using OHCP enhances its activity and selectivity. This recognition may lead to numerous promising applications towards an efficient catalytic activity.


Dr. Keyur D. Bhatt received his bachelors in Chemistry and Masters of Science in Pharmaceutical/Organic Chemistry from the Sardar Patel University, Vidhyanagar, Gujarat, India in 2008 after which he worked Chemist at Asian Paints Ltd. & ICAR for one year till 2009. After that he joined Ph. D (2009-13) from Department of Chemistry Gujarat University, Ahmedabad Gujarat under UGC-BSR Scholarship. He served more than 12 year in teaching and research in Department of Chemistry, School of Sciences, Gujarat University, Chemistry Department, C. U. Shah University, and currently working as an Associate Professor & Head, Department of Chemistry, Ganpat University from June 2017 till now. He visited London UK for international faculty development program. He delivered invited lectures in many national and international conferences. He has successfully guided 78 students through their Master. Dissertation, 7 M. Phil and 3 Ph. D students. He has 02 Indian patents, 62 Research articles and 16 books in International Journals to his credit. Area of interest and specialization: To Design Synthesis, Characterization of Supramolecule, Fluorescence sensors and Nanoparticles.