Research Activities

Patents Obtained

Details of Patents filed and obtained by Faculty

Sr. No. Title of Research Project Application No. Patent Status Author Year
01 Method for Magnesium oxide nanoparticles synthesis using solar energy. Indian patent:
IN 274322
Granted on 21.07.2016 Dr. Aniruddha B. Patil et al. 2016
02 Method for preparation of Zinc oxide nanoparticles synthesis using solar Energy. Indian patent:
IN 271216
Granted on 09.02.2016 Dr. Aniruddha B. Patil et al. 2016
03 Synthesis fo biologically active yttrium (III) complexes. Indian patent:
3909/MUM/2015
Under Examination Dr. Aniruddha B. Patil et al. 2015
04 Nitrogen doped carbon nanotubes as solid supports in metal catalysed cyanation of aryl-halides European Patent Under Examination Dr. Aniruddha B. Patil et al. 2013
05 Method for the synthesis of palladium nanoparticles using solar energy Indian patent:
1842/MUM/2011
Under Examination Dr. Aniruddha B. Patil et al. 2011

The patents filed by Dr. A Patil (Chemistry) have applications as given below -

Research Contributions for Product Improvement

Sr. No. Patent Application
01 Indian patent:
IN 274322
The said patent give one step, one pot, eco-friendly and economic methodology for the synthesis of medically and catalytically important ZnO nanoparticles
02 Indian patent:
IN 271216
The said patent give eco-friendly and economic methodology for the synthesis of medically and catalytically important MgO nanoparticles
03 Indian patent:
3909/MUM/2015
The said patent give novel methodology for the synthesis of laboratory and industrially important yttrium (III) complexes.
04 European Patent This work was done with the collaboration with Bayer Technology Services Germany. The idea is to improve the quality of product by using heterogeneous nitrogen doped carbon nanotubes as solid supports in metal catalyzed agrochemical product formation.
05 Indian patent:
1842/MUM/2011
The said patent give novel greener approach for metal nanoparticles synthesis. The protocol used for preparation of metal nanoparticles which are catalytically and industrially applicable