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Publications from IIT Kanpur

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42. "Poly tetrazole containing thermally stable and insensitive alkali metals-based 3D energetic Metal-Organic Frameworks (EMOFs)" Richa R., Parasar K., Vikas D. G. Srinivas D*. Inorganic Chemistry, 2023, 62(21), 8389–8396.

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38. "Thermally stable and insensitive energetic cocrystals comprising nitrobarbituric acid coformer" Abhishek K. Y. , Vikas D. G. Srinivas D* Cryst. Growth Des. 2023, 23, 4, 2826–2836.

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34. "Computational Evaluation of Polycyclic Bis-oxadiazolo-pyrazine Backbone in Designing Potential Energetic Materials" Anjali Maan, Vikas D. G. Srinivas D. Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds2022. 43, 6717-6729 .

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33. "Facile fabrication of functionalized pyrimidine derivatives: Constructing a new family of high performance and less sensitive Energetic compound" Abhishek K. Y. , Vikas D. G. Srinivas D*. J. Mater. Chem. A, 2022, 10, 12702-12712 

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30. "Unexpected Synthesis of Oxadiazole Analogues: Characterization and Energetic Properties" Abhishek K. Y., Parasar K., Vikas D. G. Srinivas D*.  Asian J. Org. Chem., 2022, 11, e2021007 (Invited article)

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28. "Unfolding the chemistry of FOX-7: Unique energetic material and precursor with numerous possibilities" Shreyasi B., Abhishek K. Y., Parasar K., Vikas D. G. Srinivas D*. Chemical Engineering Journal, 2022, 431(4)133378.


27. “Dianionic Nitrogen-rich Triazole and Tetrazole-Based Energetic Salts: Synthesis and Detonation Performance”  Abhishek K. Y, Vikas G. D, Srinivas D*. Mater. Chem. Front., 2021, 5, 8352-8360.


26. “Tetranitro-diazinodiazines as high energy materials: computational investigation of structural aspects of fused heterocyclicbackbone and isomerism”  Maan. A, Vikas G. D, Srinivas DStructural Chemistry2021, 32, 2175–2181.


25. “Effect of Multiple Oxadiazole Rings with Nitro and Nitramino Functionalities on Energetic Properties: Computational Analysis of Structure-Property Relationship”  Maan. A, Mathpati R. S., Vikas G. D, Srinivas D* New J. Chem, 2021, 45, 7368-7376.


24. “Nitrogen-rich Compounds with Multiple Azole Rings: Gas Generant, Enthalpy Enhancer and Applicable Cationic Component”  Mathpati R. S., Vikas G. D, Srinivas D*Asian J. Org. Chem., 2021, 10, 421-427.

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23. “Design, synthesis and investigations of a series of energetic salts through the variation of amines and concentration of picrate-anion”  Mathpati R. S.,   Srinivas D.,   Nikhil K.,   Vikas G. D,   Avijit K. P.  and  Ram K. T.  Cryst Eng Comm, 2020, 22, 4842-4852.


                                      Publications from Ph.D and Postdoc

22. "Use of Vinyl Sulfides in Fischer Indole Reactions"  Parul P, Meghan F, Srinivas D, Jarrod W J, and Jakob M. Synthesis. 2022, DOI: 10.1055/a-1868-4148  


21. Aldehyde to Ketone Homologation Enabled by Improved Access to Thioalkyl Phosphonium Salts”  Meghan. F, Jackson. D, Srinivas D, Jeffrey. S, Jakob. M Organic Letters, 2021, 23, 4548-4552.

20. “Genetic and Chemical Screening in Human Blood Serum Reveals Unique Antibacterial Targets and Compounds against Klebsiella pneumoniae” Brent S. W, Aaron M De J, Amelia BY G, Srinivas. D, Shawn F, Aline A F-C, Brian K C, Jakob M, Eric D B. Cell Report, 2020, 32 (3), 107927.

19. “A Halogen-Free Green High Energy Density Oxidizer from H-FOX” Srinivas. D and Shreeve, J. M. European Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2019, 20, 3142-3145.

18. “Taming of Tetranitroethane: A Promising Precursor to High Performance Energetic Ingredients” Ping. Y, Qiong. Y, Srinivas. D, and Shreeve. J. M. J. Mater. Chem. A, 2018, 6, 15815-15820.

17.“Hydrazide Salts of di-Picric Acid as Dense and Insensitive Energetic Materials” Devi. A., Srinivas. D., Ghule. V. D. Chemistry Select, 2018, 3, 4501-4504.

16.“A Safer Synthesis of 3,5-Bis(dinitromethyl)-1,2,4-triazole (BDT) and Its Mono and Di Salts: High-Performance Insensitive Energetic Materials” Srinivas. D and Shreeve, J. M. Propellants, Explosives, and Pyrotechnics, 2018, 43, 48–53.

15.“5-(Dinitromethyl)-3-(trinitromethyl)-1,2,4-triazole and Its Derivatives: A New Application of Oxidative Nitration Towards Gem-trinitro-based Energetic Materials” Srinivas. D, Zhang. J., Gregory H. I., Parrish, D. A., Shreeve, J. M. J. Mater. Chem. A, 2017, 5, 4785-4790.

14.“Nitramino- and dinitromethyl-substituted 1,2,4-triazole derivatives as high-performance energetic materials” Tang. Y., Srinivas. D, Imler. H. I., Parrish, D. A., Shreeve, J. M. Chem. Eur. J., 2017, 38, 9185–9191.

13.“From FOX-7 to H-FOX to Insensitive Energetic Materials with Hypergolic Properties” Srinivas. D, Mitchell, L. A., Parrish, D. A., Shreeve, J. M. Chem. Commun., 2016, 52, 7668-7671.

12."Energetic Salts Based on 3,5-Bis(dinitromethyl)-1,2,4-triazole Monoanion and Dianion: Controllable Preparation, Characterization, and High Performance" Srinivas. D, Zhang. J., Mitchell, L. A., Parrish, D. A., Shreeve, J. M. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2016, 24, 7500–7503

11.“Bridged Bisnitramide-Substituted Furazan-based Energetic Materials” Zhang. J., Srinivas. D, Mitchell, L. A., Parrish, D. A., Shreeve, J. M. J. Mater. Chem. A, 2016, 4, 16961-16967.

10.“Synthesis of Nitrate Ester and Nitramine Derivatives of Polyfluoro Alkyl Compounds for High Energy Materials” Srinivas. D* and Ghule. V. D. RSC ADV., 2016, 6, 7712-7716.

9.“Study of thermal decomposition mechanisms and low‑level detection of explosives using pulsed photoacoustic technique” Yehya. F., Chaudhary. A. K., Srinivas. D., and Muralidharan. K.  Appl. Phys. B., 2015, 121, 193-202.

8.“Molecular Design and Screening of Energetic Nitramine Derivatives” Devi. A., Sonal. D., Srinivas. D., Ghule. V. D. J. Mol. Model., 2015, 21, 298.

7.“Energetic Salts Prepared from Phenolate Derivatives” Srinivas. D., Ghule. V. D., Muralidharan. K. New J. Chem., 2014, 38, 3699-3707.

6.“Synthesis of nitrogen-rich imidazole, 1,2,4-triazole and tetrazole-based compounds”, Srinivas. D., Ghule. V. D., Muralidharan. K. RSC Adv., 2014, 4, 7041-7051.

5.“Energetic Monoanionic Salts of 3,5-Dinitropyridin-2-ol”, Ghule. V. D., Srinivas. D., Muralidharan. K. Asian J. Org. Chem. 2013, 8, 662-668.

4.“Tetraanionic nitrogen-rich tetrazole based energetic salts”, Srinivas. D., Ghule. V. D., Muralidharan. K, Jenkins. H. D. B. Chem. Asian J., 2013, 8, 1023-1028.

3.“Molecular design of amino-polynitroazole based high energy materials”, Ghule. V. D., Srinivas. D., Radhakrishnan. S., Jadhav. P. M., Tewari. S. P, J. Mol. Model., 2012, 18, 3013-3020.

2.“Computational study on energetic properties of nitro derivatives of furan substituted azoles”, Ghule. V. D., Srinivas. D., Radha krishnan. S., Jadhav. P. M., Tewari. S. P, Struct. Chem., 2012, 23, 749-754.

1.“Synthesis of Amino, Azido, Nitro and Nitrogen-rich Azole Substituted derivatives of   1H-Benzotriazole for High Energy Materials Applications”, Srinivas. D., Ghule. V. D., Tewari. S. P., Muralidharan. K, Chem. Eur. J., 2012, 18, 15031-15037.

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