Prof. Nongmaithem Rajmuhon Singh

Designation: Professor

Specialization: Physical Chemistry

Contact: +918837092947

Email: nrajmuhon [AT] manipuruniv.ac.in

M. Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.

Website: https://manipuruniv.ac.in/faculty/95

Profile of Prof. Nongmaithem Rajmuhon Singh

Designation: Professor (16+ years)

Specialization: Physical Chemistry

Email: nrajmuhon [AT] manipuruniv.ac.in

Mobile No.: +918837092947

Highest Degree: M. Sc., M.Phil., Ph. D.

Ph.D. Supervised: 16

Ph.D. Co-supervised: 8

M. Phil. Thesis Supervised: 8

M.Sc. Dissertation/Project Supervised: 42

Major Research Project: 13 (UGC, UGC-DAE CSR, DBT, DST, DST-SPLICE, AYUSH, CSIR, MoEF, BRNS-BARC, etc)

Research Paper: 110+

Teaching Experience: 35 Years (Joined on 8th July, 1985; Department of Chemistry, M.U.)

Books Published: 8

Co-Author: 9

Book Chapter: 4

Peer Reviewer: 2 Elsevier and 1 Springer Journals

Countries Visited for Academic Purpose: Germany, Poland, Thailand and Bangladesh

Seminar/ Conference/ Workshop: 18 International; 108 National; 7 Regional; 47 State.

Organizing Conference/Seminar/ Workshop/ Refresher courses: 10+

Lectures delivered in Refresher Course/Orientation Programme/Summer School: 38+

DDK, TV Channels: 17+

AIR: 15+

Articles in Newspaper: 40+

Popular Journals/Magazines: 50+

Popular Talks/Lectures In (Schools/Colleges/Universities Etc.): 345+.

Special Invitations from Premier Institutions in Abroad (Countries like USA, Japan, Spain, Italy, Portugal, France, Australia, etc.) for delivering Lectures as Key Note/Resource Person based on our Research Works:15+



 

SERVICES RENDERED TO MANIPUR UNIVERSITY (UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION)

  • Dean, School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences (Senior most Academic Dean, 2016-2019)

  • Dean of Students’ Welfare Manipur University, 2001-2004

  • Head, Department of Chemistry, Manipur University, 2005-2007

  • Deputy Co-Ordinator, UGC- SAP, Department of Chemistry, Manipur University, 2009-2014

  • Syndicate Member of Manipur University, 2001-2007

  • Senate Member of Manipur University, 2001-2007

  • Court member of Manipur University, 2005-2007

  • Member of Board of Studies, Manipur University, 2001-till date

  • Member of School of Research Committee, Manipur University, 2001-till date

  • Member of Academic Council, Manipur University, 2001-till date

  • Member of the Implementation and Monitoring Committee (IMC) of the State Biotech Hub (Head office: Department of Biochemistry, Manipur University) sponsored by DBT, Govt. of India, 2013-till date

  • Member of Library Committee, Manipur University, 2010-2013

  • Chairman, Library Committee, Manipur University, 2019-2020

  • Member (Manipur University Nominee) of Steering Committee of Internal Quality Assessment Cell (IQAC), Churachandpur College, Churachandpur, 2012-2014

  • Member (Manipur University Nominee) of Committee for Mission of Rural Technology Action Group-North East (RUTAG-NE), MIT, Manipur State, 2010

  • Member (Manipur University Nominee) of Advisory Committee of the Star College Scheme, Imphal College, 2012-2014

  • Member (Manipur University Nominee) of Advisory Committee of the Star College Scheme, Lilong Haoreibi College, 2012-2014

  • Member of Manipur University Cultural Committee, 2013-2014

  • Member of IPR Cell, Manipur University

  • Warden Men’s Hostel Manipur University, 1996-1997

  • Member, Advanced Sophisticated Central Instrumentation Center, Manipur University (9th March, 2017-)

  • Chairman, Quality Monitoring Committee for Major Construction Works, Manipur University (6th April, 2017-2019)

  • Chairman, Waste Management Committee, Manipur University (8th May, 2017-2019)

  • Chairman, Green Campus Committee, Manipur University (25th May, 2017-2019)

  • President, Manipur University Alumni Association, 2018-2020

  • Chairman, Examination Disciplinary Committee, Manipur University (8th April, 2017-19)

  • Chairman, Examination Committee, Undergraduate Courses, 2018-19

  • Chairman, Examination Committee, Postgraduate Courses 2018-2019

 

OTHER SERVICES

  • Nominated Member of ERC, NCTE, Bhubaneswar (2019-2022)

  • Advisory member, Union Public service Commission, New Delhi

  • Chairman, State Level Environmental Impact Assessment Authority, vide, Ministry of Environment, Forest, and Climate Change, Government of India, New Delhi (2018-2021)

  • Team Leader (Manipur Chapter), Training Workshop on Vulnerability Assessment for Sikkim and Manipur, July 24-27, 2017 at IISc., Bangalore.

  • Advisory Committee, DDU Kaushal Kendra Dhanamanjuri Community College

 

HONOURS/AWARDS:

  • Junior Research Fellowship (UGC LASER SCHEME),1983-1985.

  • First Class First in M. Phil. Exam. Kurukshetra University, 1983.

  • Outstanding Achievement Award, 2011, X-treme Wave Education, Authorized Learning Centre, Sikkim Manipal University D.E., Manipur.

  • Naorem Amuba Singh Teacher Award 2010, Library and Information Centre, Kakching.

  • Certificate of Appreciation, 2013 for Engendering a Strong Environmental Conscience in the State, Government of Manipur, Directorate of Environment.

  • Eco-Tourism Society of India Award, 2014 in recognition of the Commitment to the Principles and Objectives of Responsible Ecotourism Practices.

  • State Science Communicator Award, 2016, Manipur Science and Technology Council, Government of Manipur.

  • Cultural Forum Manipur’s Award (Wangkheirakpam Gautam Memorial Award for Best Science Writer), 2020.

 

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES/SOCIETIES:

  • Life Member of American Chemical Society (USA).

  • Life Member of International Society of Theoretical Chemical Physics (USA).

  • Life Member of Indian Association of Chemistry Teachers (IACT).

  • Life Member of Indian Society for Surface Science and Technology.

  • Life Member of Indian Society for Radiation & Photochemical Science.

  • Life member of IANCAS, Head office BARC.

  • Life Member of Society for Materials Chemistry, c/o Chemistry Division, BARC

  • Life member of Biotech Research Society of India, H.O. Trivandam, etc.

 

BOOKS

1

Marie Curie, Raj Publications on behalf ofManipur Association for Promotion of Science (MAPS), Manipur, 2020 (ISBN "978-81-939358-1-1") [Manipuri Version]

2

Nutrients for the Youth, Raj Publications on behalf of Manipur Association for the Promotion of Science (MAPS), Manipur, 2016 (ISBN13:978-81-920990-4-0)

3.

Inspiring the Youth: Through Books, Raj Publications on behalf of Manipur Association for the Promotion of Science, Manipur, 2015 (ISBN13:978-81-920990-3-3)

4.

SRINIVASA RAMANUJAN: A life in the Jungle of Mathematics, Manipur Association for the Promotion of Science (MAPS) on behalf of Research Institute of Science and Technology (RIST), Imphal, 2014 (ISBN13:978-81-920990-2-6)

5.

CHANDRASEKHARA VENKATA RAMAN: A Life in Science, Manipur Association for the Promotion of Science (MAPS) on behalf of Research Institute of Science and Technology (RIST), Imphal, 2011 (ISBN13:978-81-920990-0-3)

6.

VOYAGE THROUGH RAYS: Life and Works of Madame Curie, Manipur Association for the Promotion of Science (MAPS) on behalf of Research Institute of Science and Technology (RIST), Imphal, 2011 (ISBN13:978-81-920990-1-9)

7.

ShaknairabaBigyanikshingeePunsidagi (Volume 1), Revised and Enlarged Edition, Alliance for Development Alternatives Manipur (ADAM), Kakching 2008.

8.

Biodiveristy, Biotechnology & Intellectual Property Rights, Published by Biodiversity, Ecology and Environment Network (BEE NET), Manipur,2007

9.

Understanding Chemistry: for Pre-University and Higher Secondary, Nobin Agency, Kakching Bazar, Manipur, 1987

10.

Co-author with Y.R. Sharma: Text Book of Conceptual Chemistry, Vol.1, Kalyani Publisher, 2001 (ISBN 81-7663-977-X)

11.

Co-author with Y.R. Sharma: Text Book of Conceptual Chemistry, Vol.2, Kalyani Publisher, 2001 (ISBN 81-7663-978-8)

12.

Co-author: Science and Technology Class VIII, Board of Secondary Education, Manipur, 2012 (Both English and Manipuri Version)

13.

Co-author: Science and Technology Class VII, Board of Secondary Education, Manipur, 2004 (Both English and Manipuri Version)

14.

Co-author: Science and Technology Class VI, Board of Secondary Education, Manipur, 2004 (Both English and Manipuri Version)

15.

Co-author: State of Environment Report, Government of Manipur, Environment and Ecology Office, Imphal, 2006

 

BOOK CHAPTER/ARTICLE CONTRIBUTIONS:

  1. Lanthanide Doped Orthometallate Phosphors”, (pp. 113-234, Chapter 5) in Lanthanide Doped oxide Materials edited by S.I Dhoble, Vijay B. Pawade, Hendrik C. Swart, Vibha Chopra, Published by Woodhead Publishing Series in Electronic and Optical Materials (Elsevier),2019

    ISBN: 978-0-08-102935-0 (print)

    ISBN: 978-0-08-102936-7 (online)

  2. Traditional Knowledge of Dyeing, Health Care and Fermented Foods of Manipuris” in “History of Science, Philosophy and Culture in Indian Civilization”, Volume VI, Part 9: Perspectives on Manipuri Culture”, edited by S. Shyamkishore Singh&BhagatOinam, 2017.

  3. Revitalization of Traditional knowledge of Manipur”, (pp.38-56.) in Biodiversity Conservation: Knowledge and Participation” edited by L. Manao Singh and L.Gopen Singh, published by Akansha Publishing House New Delhi, 2014.

  4. Biodiversity Biotechnology and Intellectual Property Rights” (pp.130-154) in “Perspectives in Science”, edited by Asha Gupta and P.B. Nandkar, published by Akansha Publishing House New Delhi, 2014.

  5. Environmental Perturbation” in “Environmental Studies”, edited by Prof. Y.S. Yadav and published by Manipur University, 2000.

 

Involvement in the Creation/Establishment of Institute/ Council/ Association/ Academy/ School/Park

 

  • School of Engineering Science (during my tenure as Dean of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, MU)

  • Manipur Science and Technology Council (MASTEC), Imphal

  • Institute of Bioresources and Sustainable Development (IBSD), Imphal

  • Research Institute of Science and Technology (RIST), Imphal

  • North-East Academy of Science (NEAS), Imphal

  • Manipur Association for the Promotion of Science (MAPS), Imphal

  • Alliance for Development Alternatives Manipur (ADAM), Kakching

  • Anganching Eco-Park, Kakching

  • Biodiversity, Ecology and Environment Network (BEE NET), Manipur

  • Grace Cottage Academy, Kakching under CBSE.

  • Human Resource Development Academy (HRD), Ghari,Imphal

Some Selected Special Invitations to Prof. N. Rajmuhon Singh Premier Institutions in Abroad for Delivering Lectures/ Key Note Address based on Our Research Works

  • Honorable Speaker at, The Second World Conference on Laser, Optic Science Photonic (LSP 2021), April 15-17th, 2021 at Prague Czech Republic

  • Paper Presentation at “15th International Hydrocolloids Conference, 12-15 March, 2020 at Melbourne, Australia

  • Paper Presentation at “3rd Biennial International Conference on Bioresource Technology for Biology Bioproducts& Environment Sustainability (BIORESTEC),20-23 September 2020 at Lake Garda, Italy

  • Paper Presentation at “Nano and Energy Related Materials Conference, 15-17 July 2020, at University of Aveiro, Portugal

  • Paper Presentation at “Second International Conference on Innovative Applied Energy, 15-16 September,2020 at Cambridge , United Kingdom

  • Paper Presentation at “17th International Mineral Processing Symposium (IMPS 2020), 9-11 September, 2020 at Angora, Turkey

  • Paper Presentation at 6th International Conference on New Trends in Chemistry, 16-18 April,2020 at Yildiz Technical University, Istanbal, Turkey

  • Paper Presentation at “5th Global Conference on Polymer and Composite materials (PCM 2018), 10-13 April , 2018 at Valencia, Spain

  • Speaker Invitation at “Global Meeting on Materials Science and Nanotechnology (Materials Meeting 2017)11-12 December, 2017 at Dubai, UAE

Special Thanks/Offers to Prof. N. Rajmuhon Singh, from American Chemical Society,USA

  • Member of American Chemical Society, USA since 2019

  • Thank You Prof. N. Rajmuhon Singh’’

Your contributions as an author publishing in ACS Omega helped make 2019 another Record-Breaking Year for the Journal. ACS Omega Editorial Team invites you to continue submitting manuscripts….” -ACS Omega Editor Prof. Deqing Zhang

Academic Exchange/Interactions/ Referees at International Level

  • Prof. J. C. G. Bunzli -EcolePolytechniqueFederale de Lausanne, Switzerland

  • Prof. William J. Evans , University of California, USA

  • Prof. Gerd Meyer (Germany), Koln University, Germany

  • Prof. David Parker, Department of Chemistry, Durham University, UK

  • Prof M. Bettinelli- DST University,Verona, Italy

  • Prof. W. Goslin-Nuclear Physicist and Environmentalist, UK

  • Prof. James Hinson- Darwin Initiative & Field Studies Council, UK

Academic Exchange/Interactions/Referees at National Level

  • Prof. Puspendu K. Das, IISc, Bangalore

  • Prof. S. Narayan Kalkura, Crystal Growth Centre, Anna University, CHenai

  • Prof. Tarasankar Pal(Retd), IIT, Kharagpur

  • Prof. M. Sudarshan,UGC-DAE Consortium, Kolkata Centre

  • Dr. AninditaCHakravorty, UGC-DAE Consortium, Kolkata Centre

  • Prof. N.H. Ravindranath, IISc, Bangalore

  • Dr. RaghumaniNingthoujam, Chemistry Division, BARC

  • Dr. H. Birkumar Singh, NEIST, Lamphelpat, Manipur

  • Dr. K. Jeyaram, IBSD, Takyelpat, Imphal (now in Mizoram)

  • Prof. J. P. Tamang, Sikkim University

  • Prof. M. Indira Devi, Nagaland University

  • Prof. T. Bora, NEIST, Jorhat, Assam

  • Dr. N. Mohondas Singh, Mizoram University

  • Dr. David Thiyam, NIT, Imphal

  • Dr. GangamPhaomei, Berhampur University, Orissa

  • Dr. N. Premjit Singh, University of Delhi

  • Dr. N. Jaiphaba Singh, Dhanamanjuri University, Imphal

  • Dr. Kh. Ibohal Singh, CAU, Imphal

  • Dr. T. Brajakumar Singh, Directorate of Environment and Climate Change, Govt. of Manipur, Imphal, etc.


 

Research Scholar/ Research Associates/ PDF/ Women Scientist and their Placements (under the supervision of Prof. N. Rajmuhon Singh)

1. Universities: Mizoram University (1), Berhampur University (1)

2. NIT, Manipur: 1

3. College within the state of Manipur: 7

4. College in other states: 1 (Pachungga Univ. College, Aizwal)

5. Govt. Schools/ Departments: 6

 

SELECTED RESEARCH PAPERS PUBLISHED DURING THE LAST 15 (FIFTEEN YEARS), 2005-2020 IN PEER-REVIEWED JOUERNALS

Journals

No. of Papers

Impact Factor

Journal of Physical Chemistry B (American Chemical Society)

2

2.92

ACS Omega

2

2.58

Bulletin of Material Sciences (Springer)

1

1.26

Inorganic Chemistry (American Chemical Society)

1

4.85

RSC Advance (Royal Society of Chemistry)

1

3.04

New Journal of Chemistry(Royal Society of Chemistry)

2

3.069

Colloids and Surface A:Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects (Elsevier)

1

3.13

Colloids and Polymer Sciences (Springer)

1

1.9

Materials Science and Engineering B (Elsevier)

1

3.5

Journal of Rare Earths (Elsevier)

2

2.84

Journal of Alloys and Compounds (Elsevier)

3

4.17

Ceramics International (Elsevier)

1

3.45

SpectrochimicaActa Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy (Elsevier)

15

2.93

Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering (Elsevier)

1

2.08

Journal of Luminescence, (Elsevier)

3

3.02

Arabian Journal of Chemistry (Elsevier)

1

3.29

Optik (Elsevier)

2

1.91

Journal of Material Science: Materials in Electronics (Springer)

1

2.19

Arabian Journal of Science and Engineering (Springer)

1

1.51

International Nano Letter (Springer)

1

 

Environmental Science and Pollution Research (Springer)

1

2.91

Journal of Environmental Geology (Springer)

1

1.87

Journal of Applied Physics (American Institute of Physics)

1

2.32

Reactive and Functional Polymers (Elsevier)

1

3.621

European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry (Wiley)

1

2.57

European Journal of Sustainable Development (European Centre of Sustainable Development)

1

 

Micro and Nano Letter (IET)

1

0.975

Journal of Environmental Biology (Triveni Enterprise India)

1

0.72

Journal of Solid State Chemistry

1

2.291

Environmental Engineering Science

1

1.575

Asian Journal of Chemistry

8

0.142

Indian journal of Natural Products and Resources

2

0.184

Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge

2

0.920

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, India Section B: Biological Sciences

1

0.396

Journal of Chemical Sciences

1

1.496

Journal of Materials Research

1

1.982

Progress in Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials

2

 

International Journal of Spectroscopy

1

1.399

Journal of the Indian Chemical Society

1

0.10

Solid State Sciences(Elsevier)

1

2.155

International Research Journal of Environmental Sciences

1

0.675

Total

74

 


 

Nanomaterials and Lanthanides Chemistry

1. Salt-assisted size-controlled synthesis and luminescence studies of single phase CaWO4:Dy3+: an insight into its morphological evolution, energy transfer and colour evaluation, Gautam Singh Ningombam, Nehru Singh Khundrakpam, David Singh Thiyam, Raghumani Singh Ningthoujam, Nongmaithem Rajmuhon Singh, New Journal of Chemistry (2020) DOI: doi.org/10.1039/C9NJ05677G.

2. Effects of annealing temperature on structural and luminescence properties of CdMoO4 :Dy3+ phosphor synthesized at room temperature by co-precipitation method, N. Premjit Singh, N. Ramananda Singh, Y. Rangeela Devi, Brojendro Singh Sh, Th.David Singh, N. Rajmuhon Singh, N. Mohondas Singh, Solid State Sciences (2020) DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.solidstatesciences.2020.106172

3. Influence of Sm3+concentration on structural and spectroscopic properties of orange-red emitting PbWO4 phosphor: An energy transfer study, Thokchom Taru Taru Chanu and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Journal of Solid State Chemistry, 284 (2020) pp. 121190

4. Enhancement of Eu3+ Emission in YVO4:Eu3+ Nanocrystals by Li+Codoping: An Oxidant- Resistant Dispersion and Polymer Film Goutam Singh Ningombam, Thiyam Singh David, and Nongmaithem Rajmuhon Singh, ACS Omega (2019) DOI: 10.1021/acsomega.9b01265.

  1. Thermally Modified Iron Inserted Calcium Phosphate for Magnetic Hyperthermia in an Acceptable Alternating Magnetic Field, Baskar Srinivasan, Elayaraja Kolanthai, Nivethaa Eluppai Asthagiri Kumaraswamy, Ramana Ramya Jayapalan, Durga Sankar Vavilapalli, Luiz Henrique Catalani, Goutam Singh Ningombam, Nehru Singh Khundrakpam, N.Rajmuhon Singh, and Narayana Kalkura S, The Journal of Physical Chemistry B:Biomaterials and membranes(ACS) (2019) DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcb.9b03015

  2. Luminescent enhancement study of 3Tb,5Ce, 5Li: CaF2: effect of Li+ ion concentration and hyperthermia applications of 3Tb:CaF2/Fe3O4 nanocomposites, N. Premananda Singh,Nandini Kumam, L. Priyobarta Singh, N. Rajmuhon Singh and SK Srivastava New Journal of Chemistry 43 (2019)pp.1328-1339.

  3. Synthesis of Tb3+ ion doped ZnWO4 phosphors and investigation of their photoluminescence properties: concentration effect, N.Premjit Singh, Y. Rangeela Devi ,N. Rajmuhon Singh and N Mohondas Singh, Bulletin of Materials Science (Springer),2019,vol 42,article material 96

  4. Effect of doping ion concentration on the photoluminescence behaviour of CdWO4:Tb3+ phosphor synthesized via co-precipitation method, N. P Singh, N R Singh N. Rajmuhon Singh, and N M Singh, Indian Journal of Physics (Springer), DOI: 10.1007/s12648-018-1219-z.,2018

  5. Photoluminescence properties of Eu3+ doped BaF2 nanomaterials and BaF2:3Eu/Fe3O4 nanocomposite for hyperthermia application, Nandini Kumam, Laishram Priyobarta Singh, Sri Krishna Srivastavaa, Nongmaithem Rajmuhon Singh, Journal of Luminescence (Elsevier),203, (2018), pp.59-66.

  6. Induction heating efficiency of water-dispersible Mn0.5Fe2.5O4@YVO4:Eu3+ magnetic-luminescent nanocomposites in an acceptable ac magnetic field: hemocompatibility and cytotoxicity studies, Goutam Singh Ningombam, N. Rajmuhon Singh Raghumani Singh Ningthoujam, Subbaraya Narayana Kalkura, Journal of Physical Chemistry(ACS), 2018, DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcb.8b02364.

  7. Photoluminescence properties of SrF2:[email protected]2 nanoparticles and improved hyperthermia temperature achieved by core-shell nanohybrid SrF2:[email protected]2/Fe3O4 materials, N. Premananda Singh, L. Priyobarta Singh, N. Rajmuhon Singh, SK Srivastava. Colloid and Polymer Science (Springer), (2018) https://doi.org/10.1007/s00396-017-4257-8

  8. Synthesis of CdMoO4:Sm3+ phosphors at room temperature and investigation on photoluminescence properties, N. Premjit Singh, N. Rajmuhon Singh and N. Mohondas Singh. Optik (Elsvier), 156 (2018) pp 365-373

  9. Investigation on optical band gap, photoluminescene properties and concentration quenching mechanism of Pb1-x Tb 3+ xWO4 green-emitting phosphors. Thokchom Taru Taru Chanu and N. Rajmuhon Singh. Spectrochimica Acta Part A (Elsevier) 191(2018) pp 539-546

  10. Enhanced magnetic behavior and cell proliferation of gamma irradiated dual metal ions co-doped hydroxyapatite- poly (methyl methaacralate) composite films, J.R. Ramya, KT Arul PS Sathiamurthi, K Asokan , N. Rajmuhon Singh, Narayana Kalkura, Reactive and Functional Polymers (Elsvier), 2018,pp34-43.

  11. Degradation and mechanism of m-cresol by silver nanoparticles synthesized using night jasmine (nyctanthes arbor-tristis) extracts through ultrasonic- assisted approach. Sylvia Devi Henam, David Singh Thiyam and Rajmuhon Singh Nongmaithem. Environmental Engineering Science. Volume 34, Number 6, 2017, pp 433-442 (Elsevier).

  12. Luminescence of (La,Dy)F3: Effect of solvent ratio (water/ethylene glycol) and Ce3+ co-doping. Thokchom Taru Taru Chanu and N. Rajmuhon Singh. Ceramics International (Elsevier) 43(2017) pp 10239-10246

  13. Controlled synthesis of CaWO4:Sm3+ microsphere particles by a reverse-micelle method and their energy transfer rate in luminescence. Goutam Singh Ningombam, N. Rajmuhon Singh and Raghumani Singh Ningthoujam. Colloids and Surface: A Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 518 (2017) pp.249-262.

  14. Multicolor luminescence of PbWO4:RE3+ (Sm3+, Dy3+, Eu3+ and Tb3+) phosphor prepared via hydrothermal method. Thokchom Taru Taru Chanu and N. Rajmuhon Singh. Journal of Material Science:matter electron, 28 (2017) pp3909-3916 (Springer Publication)

  15. Photoluminescence studies of ZnWO4: Sm3+ synthesized by ethylene glycol route, N. Premjit Singh, N. Rajmuhon Singh and N. Mohondas Singh, Asian Journal of Chemistry, Volume 29, No. 8,2017, pp 1866-1870.

  16. Photoluminescence studies of CdWO4:Sm3+ phosphor: concentration and annealing effect, N. Premjit Singh, N. Rajmuhon Singh and N. Mohondas Singh, Optik, 144 (2017) pp 490-497.

  17. Green synthesis of catalytic activity of composite NiO-Ag nanoparticles for photocatalytic degradation of dyes. Henam Sylvia Devi, Th. David Singh and, N. Rajmuhon Singh. Journal of the Indian Chemical Society, 94, (2017), pp 1-12.

  18. A benign approach for synthesis of silver nanoparticles and their application in treatment of organic pollutant” Henam Sylvia Devi, N. Rajmuhon Singh and Th. David Singh, Arab. J. Sci. Eng, 2016 DOI 10.1007/s13369-015-2007-0

  19. Effect of annealing on the luminescence properties of YVO4:Dy3+ phosphor on co-doping Pb+2 ions. Ch. Victory Devi and N. Rajmuhon Singh. Spectrochimica Acta Pat A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 145 (2015). pp.331-341

  20. Tailoring of bimetallic NiO-Ag nanoparticles for degradation of methyl violet through a benign approach. Henam Sylvia Devi, Thiyam David Singh, Henam Premananda Singh and N. Rajmuhon Singh. Journal of Materials Research vol 31 issue 21,2016, pp 3459-3471

  21. Superparamagnetic Fe3O4 nanoparticles for magnetic fluid hyperthermia: high specific absorption rate (SAR) and need for reduced interparticle magnetic interaction. Goutam Singh Ningombam and N. Rajmuhon Singh. International Journal of Current Research in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2 (2015) pp.94-105.

  22. Facile synthesis of bioorganic gold nanocatalyst for efficient degradation of organic pollutants”. Henam Sylvia Devi, N. Rajmuhon Singh, Henam premananda Singh and Th. David Singh, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 3 (2015). pp. 2042-2049.

  23. Is higher ratio of monoclinic to tetragonal in LaVO4 a better luminescence host? Redispersion and polymer film formation”. Reena Okram., N. Yaiphaba, N. Raghumani and N. Rajmuhon Singh, American Chemical Society (Inorganic Chemistry), 53 (14), (2014). pp. 7204–7213.

  24. Kinetic and its accompanying thermodynamics studies on simultaneous complexation of heterobimetallic Neodymium (III) with Zinc (II) and L – tryptophan in aquated DMF using 4f- 4f absorption spectra”. Bimola Huidrom and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Spectrochimica Acta Part A, 118 (2014). pp. 367 – 372.

  25. Luminescence behavior of YVO4:Dy3+ phosphors with enhance photoluminescence on co – doping Bi3+ ions.” Ch. Victory Devi, Ganggam Phaomei, N. Yaiphaba, and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 583 (2014). pp. 259 – 266.S

  26. Studies on the physico – chemical parameters in water of Keibul Lamjao National Park, Manipur, India”. Aribam Satish Chandra Sharma, Susmita Gupta., and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Journal of Environmental Biology, 34 (2013). pp. 1019 – 1025

  27. Spectrophotometric study of kinetics and associated thermodynamics for the complexation of Pr (III) with L-proline in presence of Zn (II).” Ch.Victory Devi and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Arabian Journal of Chemistry, DOI: 10.1016/j.arabjc.2013.07.044

  28. Spectroscopic and Thermodynamic Studies for the complexation of Neodymium (III) with L (-) Asparagine (monohydrate) in binary and ternary organic solvent mixtures.” Bimola Huidrom and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Progress in Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials, 2 (2013). pp. 82 – 92.

  29. Synthesis and luminescence properties of CaMO4: Dy3+ (M = W, Mo) nanoparticles prepared via an ethylene glycol route.” K. Gayatri Sharma and N. Rajmuhon Singh, RAC Advance, Royal Society of Chemistry, 37 (2013). pp. 2784 – 2791.

  30. Re-Dispersible CaWO4:Tb3+ nanoparticles: synthesis, characterization and photoluminescence studies.” K. Gayatri Sharma and N. Rajmuhon Singh. Journal of Luminescence139 (2013). pp. 98-103.

  31. Effects of annealing on luminescence of Ca WO4: Eu+3 nanoparticles & its thermo luminescence study”, K. Gayatri Sharma, N. Shanta Singh, Y. Rangeela Devi, N. Rajmuhon Singh and Sh. Dorendrajit Singh. Journal Alloys and Compounds, 556 (2013). pp. 94 – 101.

  32. Evaluation of intensity and energy interaction parameters for the complexation of Pr (III) with Selected nucleoside and nucleotide through absorption spectral studies”, N. Bendangsenla, T. Moaienla, Th. David Singh, Ch. Sumitra, N. Rajmuhon Singh and M. Indira Devi, Spectrochimica Acta A, 103 (2013). pp. 160 – 166.

  33. Water driven enhanced photoluminescence of Ln (=Dy3+, Sm3+) doped LaVO4 nanoparticles and effect of Ba2+ co-doping”. Reena Okram and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Materials Science and Engineering B, 178 (7) (2013). pp. 409-416.

  34. Solvent induced in shape change in CePO4:Dy3+ nanoparticles and effect of metal ions: A photoluminescence study”, Reena Okram and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Journal of Rare Earths, 30 (12) (2012). pp. 1217-1224.

  35. Studies on the complexation of Pr (III) and Nd (III) with glycyl-glycine (gly-gly) using spectral analysis of 4f-4f transitions and potentiometric titrations”. N. Ranjana Devi, Bimola Huidrom and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Spectrochimica Acta A, 96 (2012). pp. 370-379

  36. Synthesis of CaWO4:Eu3+ phosphor powders via ethylene glycol route and its optical properties”. K. Gayatri Sharma and N. Rajmuhon Singh. Journal of Rare Earths, 30 (2012). pp. 310-314.

  37. Comparative 4f-4f absorption spectral study for the interactions of Nd (III) with some amino acids: preliminary thermodynamics and kinetic studies of interact ion of Nd (III): glycine with Ca (II)”. T. Moaienla, N. Bendangsenla, Th. David Singh, Ch. Sumitra, N. Rajmuhon Singh and M. Indira Devi, Spectrochimica Acta A, 87 (2012). pp. 142-150.

  38. Studies on the complexation of Neodymium (III) ion with 1,2,4-1H-triazole and 1,2,3-benzotriazole in absence and presence of Calcium (II) ion in aqueous and some selected different aquated organic solvents by an absorption spectroscopy involving 4f-4f transitions”. Bimola Huidrom, N. Ranjana Devi, Th David Singh and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Spectrochimica Acta, A, 85 (2012). pp. 127-133

  39. Simple preparation of Eu3+ doped LaVO4 by ethylene glycol route: A luminescence study”, Reena Okram, AK Manihar Singh and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Micro and Nano Letters, 6 (2011). pp. 165-169.

  40. Absorption Spectroscopic probe to investigate the interaction between Nd (III) and calf thymus DNA”, Victory Ch. and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Spectrochimica Acta A, 78 (2011). pp. 1180-1186.

  41. Absorption spectral analysis of 4f-4f transitions for the complexation of Pr (III) and Nd (III) with thiosemicarbazide in absence and presence of Zn (II) in aqueous and aquated organic solvents”, K. Anita Devi and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Spectrochimica Acta, A, 81(2011). pp. 117-121.

  42. Comparative absorption spectroscopy involving 4f-4f transitions to explore the kinetics of simultaneous coordination of uracil with Nd (III) and Zn (II) and its”, Ch. Victory Devi and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Spectrochimica Acta Part A, 81 (2011). pp. 296-300.

  43. Probing of Inversion Symmetry Site in Eu3+ - doped GdPO4 by Luminescence Study: Concentration and Annealing Effect”, N. Yaiphaba, R.S. Ningthoujam, N. Shanta, R.K. Vatsa and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Journal of Luminescence, 130 (2010). pp.174-180.

  44. Luminescence, Lifetime and Quantum Yield Studies of Redispersible Eu3+-doped GdPO4 Crystalline Nanoneedles: Core-shell and Concentration Effects”, N. Yaiphaba,R. S. Ningthoujam, N. Shanta Singh, R. K. Vatsa, N. Rajmuhon Singh, Sangita Dhara, N. L. Misra and R. Tewari, Journal of Applied Physics, 107 (2010). pp. 034301.

  45. Luminescence properties of redispersible Tb3+-doped GdPO4 nanoparticles prepared by an ethylene glycol route”, Ningombam Yaiphaba, Raghumani Singh Ningthoujam, N. Rajmuhon Singh and Rajesh Kumar Vatsa, European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, 18 (2010). pp. 2682 – 2687.

  46. Calculation and comparison of energy interaction and intensity parameters for the interaction of Nd(III) with DL-Valine, DL-Alanine and β-Alanine in presence and absence of Ca2+/Zn2+ in aqueous and different aquated organic solvents using 4f-4f transition spectra as probe”, H. Debecca Devi, Ch. Sumitra, Th. David Singh, N. Yaiphaba, N. Mohondas Singh and N. Rajmuhon Singh, International Journal of Spectroscopy, 2009, doi : 10.1155/2009/784305

  47. Computation of energy interaction parameters as well as electric dipole intensity parameters for the absorption spectral study of the interaction of Pr(III) with lphenylalanine, L- Glycine, L- Alanine and L- Aspartic Acid in presence and absence of Ca2+ in Organic Solvents”, T. Moaienla, Th. David Singh, N. Rajmuhon Singh and M. Indira Devi, Spectrochimica Acta (A),74 (2009). pp. 434–440.

  48. Absorption spectral studies of 4f-4f transitions for the complexation of Pr (III) and Nd (III) with glutathione reduced (GSH) in presence of Zn (II) in different aquated organic solvents and kinetics for the complexation of Pr (III):GSH with Zn (II) to give appropriate meaning”, Ch. Sumitra, Th. David Singh, M. Indira Devi and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 451 (2008). pp. 365-371 appropriate meaning”, Ch. Sumitra, Th. David Singh, M. Indira Devi and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 451 (2008). pp. 365-371.

  49. Calculation of electric dipole intensity parameters of 4f-4f transitions of Pr (III) and glutathione reduced (GSH) complex in presence and absence of Zn (II)”, Ch. Sumitra, Th. David Singh, M. Indira Devi and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Spectrochimica Acta, A, 66 (2007). pp. 1333-1339.

  50. Calculation of electric dipole intensity parameter to explore some of the interaction between hard metal ions Pr (III) and Nd (III) with π-electron density of butane-1,4 and butyne-1,4-diols in non-aqueous solutions : An Absorption Spectral Study”, Th. David Singh, Ch. Sumitra, G.C. Bag, M. Indira Devi and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Spectrochimica Acta,, 63(2006). pp.154.

  51. Comparison of energy interaction parameters for the complexation of Pr(III) with glutathione reduced(GSH) in absence and presence of Zn (II) in aqueous and aquated organic solvents using 4f-4f transition spectra as PROBE”, Th. David Singh, Ch. Sumitra, N. Yaiphaba, H. Debecca Devi, M. Indira Devi and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Spectrochimica Acta, 61(2005). pp.12-19.

  52. Spectral study of complexation of Nd (III) with glutathione reduced (GSH) in the presence and absence of Zn (II) in aquated organic solvents”, Th. David Singh, Ch. Sumitra, N. Rajmuhon Singh, and M. Indira Devi, Journal of Chemical Sciences, Published by Indian Academy of Sciences (IAS) In Press (2004)

  53. Comparison of electric-dipole intensity parameter for a series of structurally related Pr (III) complexes with ureas and thioureas in non-aqueous media”, Th. David Singh, Ch. Sumitra, N. Rajmuhon Singh, and M. Indira Devi, Asian Journal of Chemistry, In Press (2004)

  54. An absorption spectral study of 4f-4f transitions for the interaction of Pr (III) with different amino acids in aqueous and aquated organic solvents”, H. Debecca Devi, Th. David Singh, N. Yaiphaba, Ch. Sumitra, M. Indira Devi, and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Asian Journal of Chemistry, 16(1) (2004) 412.

 

 

Environmental Science, Food Science and Medicinal Plants

  1. Spectroscopic study of antioxidant property and trace elements of Meyna spinosa Roxb. Ex Link leaves” N.K. Sarat Singh, W. Radhapiyari, Md. AH Choudhuri, Th. Brojendro Singh, Kh. Bonny, Th. Sobita Devi, RK Rajeshwari and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Indian journal of Natural Products and Resources, 6(1) (2015). pp. 51-55.

  2. Groundwater quality in Imphal West District, Manipur, India with multivariate statistical analysis of data”, E. Jayantakumar Singh, Abhic Gupta and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 20(4) (2013). pp. 2421-2434.

  3. Diversity and density of aquatic insects in the lower reach of river Moirang, Manipur, North East India”, Kiranbala Takhelmayum, Susmita Gupta and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, India Section B: Biological Sciences DOI 10.1007/s40011-013-0166-x.

  4. Trace element analysis of some selected medicinal plants of Manipur”, N.K. Sharat Singh, Ch. Bino Devi, Th. Sony Singh and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Indian Journal of Natural Products and Resources, 1 (2010). pp. 227-231.

  5. Insecticide residues in market samples of brinjal in Imphal, Manipur, India”, M. Aken Singh, S. Chandrasekaran, Kh. Ibohal Singh, N. Mohondas Singh, Th. David Singh and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Asian Journal of Chemistry, 22(2010). pp. 7531-7534

  6. Traditional Knowledge and Natural Dyeing System of Manipur-with Special Reference of Kum dye”, N. Rajendro Singh, N. Yaiphaba, Th. David, R.K. babita, Ch. Bino and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 8 (2009). pp. 84-88.

  7. Traditional fermented foods of Manipur”, K. Jeyram, Th. Anand Singh, W. Romi, A. Ranjita Devi, W. Mohendro Singh, H. Dayanidhi, N. Rajmuhon Singh and J.P. Tamang, Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 8 (2009). pp. 115-121.

  8. Groundwater arsenic contamination in Manipur, one of the seven North-Eastern Hill states in India: A future danger”, E. Jayantakumar Singh, Bhaskar Das, M. Amir Hossain, Babar Ali Shah, Bishwajit Nayak, Arup Pal, Sad Ahmed, Mrinal Kumar Sengupta, N. Rajmuhon Singh and Dipankar Chakraborti, Journal of Environmental Geology, 56 (2008). pp.381–390.

 

Coordination Chemistry and Ion – Solvent Interactions

  1. Conductometric studies of the ion association of α-/β- Alanine bis-biguanide cobalt (III) iodide in water+methanol mixtures at different temperatures”, N. Mohondas Singh, Th. David Singh, G.C. Bag and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Asian Journal of Chemistry, 21 (6), (2009). pp. 4215-4223.

  2. Conductometric studies of temperature dependence and thermodynamics of ion-association of Leucinato bis(biguanide) Cobalt (III) complexes”, L. Sanahal Singh, Th. David Singh, N. Yaiphaba and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Asian Journal of Chemistry, 21(2009). pp. 5868-5872.

  3. Ion pair association constant of bis(1-amidino-O-methylurea) Copper (II) acetate in aqueous medium at different temperatures: A conductometric study”, G.C. Bag, N. Rajmuhon Singh, Th. David Singh and N. Mohondas Singh, Asian Journal of Chemistry, 21(2009). pp. 4167.

  4. Ion pair formation and thermodynamics of glycine bis-1-amidino-o-methylurea Cobalt (III) halides in water + methanol mixed solvents at different temperatures”, N. Mohondas Singh, Th. David Singh, N. Yaiphaba and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Asian journal of Chemistry, 20 (2008). pp. 1750-1760.

 

OTHERS

  1. Morphology and photoluminescence of self-assembled CaWO4:Sm3+: effect of pH and surfactant concentration. Goutam Singh Ningombam and N. Rajmuhon Singh. International Nano Letters (Springer Publication) (2017) pp. 133-140, DOI 10.1007/s40089-017-0206-2

  2. Spectroscopic and thermodynamic studies for the complexation of neodymium (iii) with l (-) asparagine (monohydrate) in binary and ternary organic solvent mixtures.” Bimola Huidrom and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Progress in Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials, 2 (2013). pp. 82 – 92.

  3. Photoluminescence behaviours of CePO4:Tb3+, M (M = Li+, Ba2+, Bi3+) nanoparticles synthesized in different reaction medium.” Reena Okram and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Progress in Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials, 2 (2013). pp. 45-53.

  4. Biomonitoring of fresh water of Loktak Lake, India”, N.K. Sharat Singh, M. Sudarshan, A. Chakraborty, Ch. Bino Devi, Th. Brojendro Singh and N. Rajmuhon Singh. European Journal of Sustainable Development, 3 (1) (2014). pp. 179-188.

  5. Binding interaction of trivalent praseodymium with calf thymus dna: A comparative study.” Ch. Victory Devi and N. Rajmuhon Singh. International Journal of Chemical and Biochemical Sciences, 3(2013). pp. 61-68

  6. Comparative absorption spectroscopy involving the 4f-4f transitions to explore the interaction between the Pr (III) and uracil in presence and absence of Zn (II)”. Ch. Victory Devi and N. Rajmuhon Singh, International Journal of Chemical Engineering and Applications, 2 (2011). pp. 285.

  7. Calculation of energy interaction and electric dipole intensity parameters to explore the interaction between the trivalent praseodymium and uracil using 4f-4f transition spectra as an absorption probe,” Ch. Victory Devi and N. Rajmuhon Singh International proceedings of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engeneering: Chemistry and Chemical Process 10 ((2011) 195-199.

  8. Trace element profile of some selected medicinal plants of Manipur,” C B Devi, SS Ram, M Sudershan, A Chakraborty, N. Rajmuhon Singh, Scientific Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences (2013) 2(9) 332-340.

  9. Hydrochemistry of groundwater and quality assessment of Manipur Valley, Manipur, India”, E Jayantakumar Singh, N. Rajmuhon Singh and A Gupta, International research journal of environmental sciences,2017 6(9) pp8-18.

  10. Some important trace elements present in some selected seasonal edible plants, available in Manipur. M. Aken Singh N. Rajmuhon Singh, G.C. Bag, M. Sudarshan, A. Chakraborty and N.K. Sharat Singh. Journal of Chemical, Biological and Physical Sciences, 6 (2016) No.3. pp1063-1070.

  11. A comparative study of fungicides and biocontrol agents on the growth and sclerotial production of Rhizoctonia solani and Sclrotium oryzae”, Sanjenbam Sanjibia Devi, Tombisana, R.K. and Rajmuhon Singh, N., International Journal of Current Research, 5 (2013). pp.3915-3918

  12. Evaluation of secondary metabolites, antioxidant and antimicrobial activities of cucurma caesia and Kaemferia galangal, two endangered medicinal plants of Manipur (India)”, Sanjenbam Sanjibia Devi, Sharat N.K. and Rajmuhon Singh N., International Journal of Current Research, 5 (2013). pp. 3013 – 3110.

  13. Influence of Nambul River on the quality of fresh water in Loktak Lake”, N.K. Sharat Singh, Ch. Bino Devi, M. Sudarshan, N. Sanamacha Meetei, T. Brajakumar Singh and N. Rajmuhon Singh, International Journal of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering, 5(6) (2013). pp. 321 – 327.

  14. Simultaneous interaction of two dissimilar metal ions Praseodymium (III) and a soft metal ion Zn(II) or a hard metal ion Ca(II) with tripeptide glutathione (reduced) in different aquated organic solvents : and absorption spectral study”, Th. David Singh, N. Mohondas Singh, N. Yaiphaba, H. Debecca Devi, Ch. Sumitra, T. Kriyananda, Mrs. M. Indira Devi, and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Chem. & Environ. Res, 12(3&4) (2003) 295.

  15. Air quality analysis of Imphal City, India”, Sharat Singh NK, N. Rajmuhon Singh, S. Brajamani Singh, and M. Sudarshan International Journal of Current Science, 4 (2012). pp. 18-20

  16. Preliminary phytochemical analysis and antimicrobial potential of fermented bambusa balcooa shoota”, S. Anil Singh, T.C. Bora and N. Rajmuhon Singh, The Bioscan, 7(3) (2012). pp. 1-5

  17. Trace elements in Nungsham, the red edible algae”, Ch. Bino Devi, N.K. Sharat Singh, N. Rajmuhon Singh, N. Rajendro Singh, M. Sudarshan Singh, A. Chakraborty ans S.S. Ram, International Journal of Applied Biology and Pharmaceutical Technology, 2 (2011). pp. 198-203

  18. Comparative study of chemical properties of Soibum – A traditional fermented bamboo shoot product and its biological investigation”, S. Anil Singh, H. Dayanidhi Singh, Robbarts Nongmaithem, T.C. Bora and N. Rajmuhon Singh. Int. J. Bio. Biochem. Bioinfo. 1 (2011). pp. 114.

  19. Atimicrobial activity of Cassia didymobotrya and Phlogacanthus thyrisflorus”, S. Anil Singh and N. Rajmuhon Singh, Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, 2(4) (2010). pp. 304-308.

  20. Phosphate and Nitrate content of Nambul river in the Imphal city”, N. K. Sharat Singh and N. Rajmuhon Singh, The Ecoscan, 4 (2010). pp. 175-176.

  21. Application of radioisotopes induced Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence technique for investigations of metal composition in medicinal plants from Manipur”, Daisy Joseph, Thoudam Sony, N.K. Sharat Singh and N. Rajmuhon Singh; SAS Newsletter, 3 (2011). pp. 13-22.

  22. Biodiversity and conservation natural resources in North East states – with special reference to Manipur”, E. Jayantakumar Singh, N.K. Sharat Singh and N. Rajmuhon Singh; NeBIO, 1(2010). pp. 42-47.