Dr. Harshveer Arora
Dr. Harshveer Arora did his Masters degree in Chemistry from Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar and doctorate in Organic Chemistry from Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar, on topic “Studies in the synthesis and molecular recognition behavior of triphenylene and pyrene based receptors”. He has 4 years of teaching experience.
4 Years in Teaching
Organic Chemistry, Supramolecular Chemistry
Triphenylene Based Zinc Ensemble as an Oxidation Inhibitor, Vandana Bhalla, Harshveer Arora, Abhimanew Dhir and Manoj Kumar, Commun. 2012, 48, 4722-4724. Impact factor: 6.290
Triphenylene to Supertriphenylene: New Chemodosimeter for Fluoride Ions, Vandana Bhalla, Hardev Singh, Harshveer Arora, Manoj Kumar, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical. 2012, 171– 172, 1007-1012. Impact factor: 5.11
Triphenylene Derivatives: Chemosensors for Sensitive Detection of Nitroaromatic Explosives, Vandana Bhalla, Harshveer Arora, Hardev Singh and Manoj Kumar, Dalton Trans. 2013, 42, 969-674. Impact factor: 4.1
Aggregates of Triphenylene Based Chemosensing Ensemble for Sensitive Detection of Cyanide Ions in an Aqueous Medium, Vandana Bhalla, Harshveer Arora and Manoj Kumar, Dalton Trans. 2013, 42, 4450-4455. Impact factor: 4.1
Fluorescent Aggregates of AIEE Active Triphenylene Derivatives for the Sensitive Detection of Picric Acid, Harshveer Arora, Manoj Kumar and Vandana Bhalla, RSC Advances, 2015, 5, Impact factor: 2.93.
“Not Quenched” Aggregates of Triphenylene Derivative for the Sensitive Detection of Trinitrotoluene in Aqueous Medium. Harshveer Arora, Subhamay pramanik, Vandana Bhalla and Manoj Kumar, New Journal of Chemistry 2016, 40, 3187-3193. Impact factor: 3.27.