Anal Chatterjee

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The 4C DNA values of 112 species, belonging to 37 families have a range from 0.83 pg (Bixa orellana) to 15.54 pg (Thryallis angustifolia), showing a 18.72-fold variation. The genome size varies from 0.21 pg (Bixa orellana) to 3.32 (Thespesia populnea), with a 15.8-fold difference. The Bombacaceae has the minimum range (1.08-fold) of variation, while the(More)
Energy dissipation in tracks of high energy heavy ions in tissue shows a lateral spread of several to many microns depending on the energy of the primary particle. Complete dosimetric characterization, therefore, requires in addition to the Linear Energy Transfer (LET) information on the radial energy distribution. The theory of track structure(More)
Smectites, members of the 2:1 layer silicate family, share the common feature that two tetrahedral sheets sandwich a sheet of octahedrally coordinated metal ion. The diversity of the members of the 2:1 layer silicates occurs because of their capacity for isomorphous substitution of various cations in the octahedral or tetrahedral sheets. Substitution of a(More)
We report here the results of computer modeling studies and quantum chemical calculations on the spirolactone-to-enone conversion reaction over the zeolite catalysts, especially H-Y zeolite. We studied the adsorption mode of the molecules inside the supercage of H-Y and the mechanism of electron transfer between organic molecules and the framework of(More)
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