Chandra Chowdhury
Chandra Chowdhury
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Monolayer group IV–VI monochalcogenides: low-dimensional materials for photocatalytic water splitting
C Chowdhury, S Karmakar, A Datta
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 121 (14), 7615-7624, 2017
1072017
Capping black phosphorene by h-BN enhances performances in anodes for Li and Na ion batteries
C Chowdhury, S Karmakar, A Datta
ACS Energy Letters 1 (1), 253-259, 2016
972016
Two-dimensional group IV monochalcogenides: anode materials for Li-ion batteries
S Karmakar, C Chowdhury, A Datta
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 120 (27), 14522-14530, 2016
832016
Pseudo-Jahn–Teller distortion in two-dimensional phosphorus: origin of black and blue phases of phosphorene and band gap modulation by molecular charge transfer
C Chowdhury, S Jahiruddin, A Datta
The journal of physical chemistry letters 7 (7), 1288-1297, 2016
662016
Exotic physics and chemistry of two-dimensional phosphorus: phosphorene
C Chowdhury, A Datta
The journal of physical chemistry letters 8 (13), 2909-2916, 2017
512017
Silicon-doped nitrogen-coordinated graphene as electrocatalyst for oxygen reduction reaction
C Chowdhury, A Datta
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 122 (48), 27233-27240, 2018
342018
Noble-metal-supported GeS monolayer as promising single-atom catalyst for CO oxidation
S Karmakar, C Chowdhury, A Datta
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 122 (26), 14488-14498, 2018
292018
Pseudo Jahn–Teller distortion for a tricyclic carbon sulfide (C6S8) and its suppression in S-oxygenated dithiine (C4H4 (SO2) 2)
SM Pratik, C Chowdhury, R Bhattacharjee, S Jahiruddin, A Datta
Chemical Physics 460, 101-105, 2015
262015
Steric and electric field driven distortions in aromatic molecules: spontaneous and non-spontaneous symmetry breaking
K Bhattacharyya, A Surendran, C Chowdhury, A Datta
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 18 (45), 31160-31167, 2016
232016
Multifunctional mixed ligand metal organic frameworks: X-ray structure, adsorption, luminescence and electrical conductivity with theoretical correlation
B Bhattacharya, DK Maity, A Layek, S Jahiruddin, A Halder, A Dey, ...
CrystEngComm 18 (30), 5754-5763, 2016
142016
Transition‐Metal Phosphorus Trisulfides and its Vacancy Defects: Emergence of a New Class of Anode Material for Li‐Ion Batteries
R Jana, C Chowdhury, A Datta
ChemSusChem 13 (15), 3855-3864, 2020
122020
Pt/Co3O4 Surpasses Benchmark Pt/C: An Approach Towards Next Generation Hydrogen Evolution Electrocatalyst
R Jana, C Chowdhury, S Malik, A Datta
ACS Applied Energy Materials, 2019
122019
Doped boron nitride surfaces: potential metal free bifunctional catalysts for non-aqueous Li–O 2 batteries
C Chowdhury, A Datta
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 20 (24), 16485-16492, 2018
72018
Density functional theory study of defective silicenes as anode materials for lithium ion batteries
MJ Momeni, C Chowdhury, M Mousavi-Khoshdel
Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modelling 78, 206-212, 2017
32017
Ru III (edta)-mediated interaction of nitrite and sulphide: formation of an N-bonded thionitrous acid (HSNO) complex of Ru III (edta) in aqueous solution
D Chatterjee, C Chowdhury, A Datta, R van Eldik
New Journal of Chemistry 43 (38), 15311-15315, 2019
12019
A Vision on Organosilicon Chemistry and Silicene
D Jose, C Chowdhury, A Datta
Silicene, 1-21, 2018
12018
Evolutionary structure prediction-assisted design of anode materials for Ca-ion battery based on phosphorene
C Chowdhury, P Gain, A Datta
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 23 (15), 9466-9475, 2021
2021
3D/2D Bi 2 S 3/SnS 2 heterostructures: superior charge separation and enhanced solar light-driven photocatalytic performance
S Paul, D Barman, C Chowdhury, PK Giri, SK De
CrystEngComm 23 (11), 2276-2288, 2021
2021
Electronic supplementary information Multifunctional mixed ligand metal organic frameworks: X-ray structure, adsorption, luminescence and electrical conductivity with …
B Bhattacharya, DK Maity, A Layek, S Jahiruddin, A Halder, A Dey, ...
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