His main research concerns Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Aryl, Palladium and Heterogeneous catalysis. His research in Catalysis intersects with topics in Inorganic chemistry, Combinatorial chemistry and Solvent. All of his Organic chemistry and Carbonylation, Ionic liquid, Yield, Carbon dioxide and Dimethyl carbonate investigations are sub-components of the entire Organic chemistry study.
His Aryl research includes elements of Steric effects, Halide, Palladium acetate and Regioselectivity. His Palladium study combines topics in areas such as Ketone, Polymer chemistry, Transition metal and Cyanation. His Heterogeneous catalysis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Homogeneous catalysis, Base and Catalyst support.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Palladium, Combinatorial chemistry and Aryl. His research integrates issues of Inorganic chemistry, Medicinal chemistry and Solvent in his study of Catalysis. The various areas that Bhalchandra M. Bhanage examines in his Inorganic chemistry study include Nanoparticle, Reaction rate and Nuclear chemistry.
His study in Ionic liquid, Yield, Phosphine, Selectivity and Regioselectivity are all subfields of Organic chemistry. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ligand, Transition metal and Efficient catalyst. His work carried out in the field of Aryl brings together such families of science as Halide, Steric effects and Cyanation.
Bhalchandra M. Bhanage mostly deals with Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Combinatorial chemistry, Medicinal chemistry and Ionic liquid. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ligand and Solvent in addition to Catalysis. In Combinatorial chemistry, Bhalchandra M. Bhanage works on issues like One-pot synthesis, which are connected to Amine gas treating.
His Medicinal chemistry research integrates issues from Rhodium, Steric effects, Annulation and Molecular oxygen. His Ionic liquid research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Yield, Levulinic acid, Biorefinery, Lignocellulosic biomass and Electrochemistry. His work in Aryl addresses issues such as Bond cleavage, which are connected to fields such as Phosphine.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Solvent, Nuclear chemistry and Combinatorial chemistry. His work on Palladium as part of general Catalysis study is frequently connected to Substrate, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. In general Organic chemistry, his work in Aryl, Chitosan, Amide and Amine gas treating is often linked to Process efficiency linking many areas of study.
His work deals with themes such as Green chemistry, Transfer hydrogenation, Ligand and Oxazepine, which intersect with Solvent. His studies in Nuclear chemistry integrate themes in fields like Inorganic chemistry, Arrhenius plot and Yield, Levulinic acid. His studies deal with areas such as Amination, Oxygen, Iodine and Double carbonylation as well as Combinatorial chemistry.
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Synthesis of dimethyl carbonate and glycols from carbon dioxide, epoxides, and methanol using heterogeneous basic metal oxide catalysts with high activity and selectivity
Bhalchandra M Bhanage;Shin-ichiro Fujita;Yutaka Ikushima;Masahiko Arai.
Applied Catalysis A-general (2001)
Heck reactions of iodobenzene and methyl acrylate with conventional supported palladium catalysts in the presence of organic and/or inorganic bases without ligands
Fengyu Zhao;Bhalchandra M. Bhanage;Masayuki Shirai;Masahiko Arai.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2000)
Catalytic carbon dioxide hydrogenation to methanol: A review of recent studies
Suhas G. Jadhav;Prakash D. Vaidya;Bhalchandra M. Bhanage;Jyeshtharaj B. Joshi;Jyeshtharaj B. Joshi.
Chemical Engineering Research & Design (2014)
Recent developments in palladium catalysed carbonylation reactions
Sandip T. Gadge;Bhalchandra M. Bhanage.
RSC Advances (2014)
Trifluoromethylchlorosulfonylation of Alkenes: Evidence for an Inner‐Sphere Mechanism by a Copper Phenanthroline Photoredox Catalyst
Dattatraya B. Bagal;Georgiy Kachkovskyi;Georgiy Kachkovskyi;Matthias Knorn;Thomas Rawner.
Angewandte Chemie (2015)
CATALYST PRODUCT SEPARATION TECHNIQUES IN HECK REACTION
Bhalchandra M. Bhanage;Masahiko Arai.
Catalysis Reviews-science and Engineering (2001)
Synthesis of dimethyl carbonate and glycols from carbon dioxide, epoxides and methanol using heterogeneous Mg containing smectite catalysts: effect of reaction variables on activity and selectivity performance
Bhalchandra M. Bhanage;Shin-ichiro Fujita;Yutaka Ikushima;Kazuo Torii.
Green Chemistry (2003)
Enhancement of interfacial catalysis in a biphasic system using catalyst-binding ligands
R. V. Chaudhari;B. M. Bhanage;R. M. Deshpande;H. Delmas.
Factors governing dissolution process of lignocellulosic biomass in ionic liquid: current status, overview and challenges.
Kirtikumar C. Badgujar;Bhalchandra M. Bhanage.
Bioresource Technology (2015)
Recent advances in the transition metal catalyzed carbonylation of alkynes, arenes and aryl halides using CO surrogates
Prashant Gautam;Bhalchandra M. Bhanage.
Catalysis Science & Technology (2015)
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