Neeraj Kumar Mishra

Dr. Neeraj Kumar Mishra completed his Ph.D from Department of Chemistry, University of Delhi. His research interests include synthetic organic chemistry with special reference to transition-metal catalyzed reactions. He has published 60 research papers. He has been awarded Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) for Science Meritorious students by University Grants Commission, India; Senior Research Fellowship (SRF) by HRDG-Council for scientific Industrial Research, India and Research Associateship by HRDG-CSIR at Department of Chemistry, University of Delhi, India. He worked as NRF-Post-doctoral Fellow in School of Pharmacy, Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea, from 16th September 2013 to 15th September 2014. He is the editor of two books by Intech Publication. Presently, Dr. Mishra is working as Research Professor in School of Pharmacy, Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon, South Korea from October 2014.

2books edited

Latest work with IntechOpen by Neeraj Kumar Mishra

Gold, considered catalytically inactive for a long time, is now a fascinating partner of modern chemistry, as scientists such as Bond, Teles, Haruta, Hutchings, Ito and Hayashi opened new perspectives for the whole synthetic chemist community. Recently gold has attracted significant attention due to its advantageous characteristics as a catalytic material and since it allows easy functionalization with biologically active molecules. In this context, when gold is prepared as very small particles, it turns out to be a highly active catalyst. However, such a phenomenon completely disappears when the gold particle size grows into the micrometer range. Therefore, the preparation for obtaining an active gold catalyst is so important. The primary objective of this book is to provide a comprehensive overview of gold metal nanoparticles and their application as promising catalysts.

Go to the book