Radhika . T  
 

 

 

 
Name : Radhika. T  
   
Addresses :

Residential address:

Kavungal Purayedom,
S. Kathippara (P.O)
Idukki - 685 562
Kerala.

Laboratory address:

Room No. 208,
National Centre for Catalysis Research,
Department of Chemistry
Indian Institute of Technology Madras
Chennai – 600 036.

Phone No. 22575231

   
E-Mail ID : radhus12@yahoo.com
   
Educational details :

B.Sc (Chemistry): ST. Teresa’s College, Cochin-11, M.G. University, Kerala, India (1995-1998).

M. Sc (Applied Chemistry): Department of Applied Chemistry,

Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cochin-22, Kerala, India (1998-2000).

M. Phil (Chemistry): Department of Applied Chemistry,

Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cochin-22, Kerala, India (2001-2002).

Ph.D: Department of Applied Chemistry,

Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cochin-22, Kerala, India (2002-2006).

Teaching Experience: M.P.M.M.S.N Trusts College, Calicut University,

Kerala, India (August 2006-February 2007).

   
Conferences attended :
  1. T. Radhika and S. Sugunan, “Vanadia Supported on High Surface Area Rice Husk Silica Promoted Ceria: Characterization and Catalytic Application in Oxidation of Hydrocarbons” National Symposium on Catalysis, IIP Dehradun, April 2007 (Accepted).
  2. T. Radhika and S. Sugunan, “Vanadia Supported on High Surface Area Rice Husk Silica Promoted Ceria and Praseodymia: Characterization and Oxidation Activity”, International Symposium on Material Chemistry, BARC, Mumbai (December 4-8, 2006).
  3. T. Radhika and S. Sugunan, “Vanadia Supported on High Surface Area Promoted Rare Earth Oxides: Characterization and Catalytic Activity in Oxidation Reactions”, Swadesi Science Congress, D.B College, Pamba, Kerala (November 2006).
  4. T. Radhika, National Seminar on Redesigning of Chemistry Practicals-A Green Chemistry Approach”, Malabar Christian College, Calicut (August 10-11, 2006).
  5. T. Radhika and S. Sugunan, “Vanadia Supported on Rice Husk Silica Promoted Ceria: Catalysts for Oxidation of Organics”, National Conference on Women Scientists/Technocrats Challenges and Opportunities, (June 2006, Cochin-22).
  6. T. Radhika and S. Sugunan, “Oxidation of naphthalene over V2O5/CeO2-SiO2 and V2O5/PrO2-SiO2 catalysts, Conference on Chemistry by Analytical Society of India, (May 2006, Munnar, Kerala).
  7. T. Radhika and S. Sugunan, “Characterisation and Oxidation Activity of Vanadia Supported on High Surface Area Rice Husk Silica Promoted Praseodymia” Seminar on Frontiers in Chemistry, (March 24-25, 2006, Department of Applied Chemistry, CUSAT, Cochin-22).
  8. T. Radhika and S. Sugunan, “Preparation and Properties of Supported Vanadia Catalysts; Utilization of an Agrowaste Rice Husk in Catalysis”, International Congress of Chemistry and Environment (ICCE-2005, Indore).
  9. T. Radhika and S. Sugunan, “Oxidation of Naphthalene over Vanadia Supported on Rice Husk Silica Promoted Ceria Catalysts” Natioanl Seminar on Emerging Trends and New Vistas in Chemistry (EMTIC-2005, University of Calicut, Kerala).
  10. T. Radhika and S. Sugunan, “Preparation and Surface Characterization of Supported Vanadia Catalysts:-Rice Husk Silica Promoted Ceria as Support Material”, Sixth International Conference on Solvothermal Reactions (ICSTR-6, 2004, University of Mysore).
  11. S. Shylesh, T. Radhika, K. Sreeja Rani and S. Sugunan, “Rare Earth Neodymia Supported Vanadia:-Characterization and Catalytic Activity”, International Conference on Emerging Frontiers at the Interface of Chemistry and Biology (ICB-2003, Regional Research Laboratory, Trivandrum).
  12. T. Radhika and S. Sugunan, “Oxidation of Ethylbenzene over pure and rice husk silica promoted ceria supported vanadia catalysts” 17th National Symposium on Catalysis (January 2005, Central Salt and Marine Chemical Research Institute, Bhavnagar, Gujarat)
  13. T. Radhika and S. Sugunan, “Hydroxylation of Benzene to Phenol over Simple and Rice Husk Silica Promoted Ceria Supported Vanadia Catalysts”, 15 th Annual General Meeting of Materials Research Society of India (AGM-MRSI- 2004, Banarus Hindu University, Varanasi).
  14. T. Radhika and S. Sugunan, “Preparation and Characterization of Rice Husk Silica Promoted Ceria as Support Material for Oxide Catalysts”, National Symposium on Current Trends in Inorganic Chemistry (CTIC-2004, CUSAT Cochin).
  15. S. Sugunan, T. Radhika, H. Suja and G. Sanjay, “Surface Properties and Catalytic Activity of Sulfated Rutile”, National Seminar on Challenges of Titanium Industry in India (TITANIA-2002, Travancore Titanium Limited, Trivandum).
   
Publications :
  1. S. Sugunan, T. Radhika, and H. Suja, Reaction Kinetics and Catalysis Letters 79, 1 (2003) 27-33.
  2. S. Shylesh, T. Radhika, K. Sreejarani and S. Sugunan, Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical, 236, 1-2 (2005) 253-259.
  3. T. Radhika and S. Sugunan, Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical 250 (2006) 169-179.
  4. T. Radhika and S. Sugunan, Catalysis Communications 7 (2006) 528-533.
  5. T. Radhika and S. Sugunan, Catalysis Communications 8 2 (2007) 150-156.
  6. P. Renu, T. Radhika and S. Sugunan, Catalysis Communications February 2007 (In press).
  7. T. Radhika and S. Sugunan, Reaction Kinetics and Catalysis Letters (In press).