Dr. Justine Kombarakkaran
Visiting Assistant Professor at
Area of Expertise:
Teaching: Undergraduate Chemistry
Profile Summary

As an aspiring scientist, I want to study the physical chemistry and material science of nanomaterials such as carbon nanotubes, semiconducting materials and electronic thin films for LEDs and Lasers.

PhD Work: Magnetic resonance studies of the interaction of gases with carbon nanotubes and metal organic framework (MOF) based materials:
I investigated deuterium adsorption in several MOFs using solid state NMR in order to assess the hydrogen storage capacities of these nanomaterials and to unravel molecular level information of the adsorption process.
I also investigated the interaction of ammonia gas with multi-walled carbon nanotubes using electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy (EPR) in order to study the modification of the electronic properties of nanotubes upon gas adsorption and to investigate the possibility these nanotubes could act as sensors for ammonia.
Conference Committee Involvement (1)
50th ENC, Experimental Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Conference
5 April 2009 |
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