List of Publications Of Dr A Sarkar International Journals 1. Characterization of high carbon ash from thermal power station using pulverized fuel combustor, Sarkar, A., Rano, R., and Kumar, A., Energy Sources Part A, Vol. 32, pp. 607 – 619, 2010. 2. Characterisation of Cenospheres Collected from Ash-Pond of a Super Thermal Power Plant in India .A Sarkar, Ruma Rano. K K Mishra and A Mazumder, Energy Sources,30:3,271-283, 2008 3. Water Holding Capacities of Fly Ashes: Effect of size Fractionation: A Sarkar,R Rano,Energy Sources,Part A ,29:471-482,2007 4. A Comprehensive Characterization of Fly Ash from a Thermal Power Plant In Eastern India,-ASarkar,Ruma Rano.G Udaybhanu and AK Basu,Fuel Processing Technology,87(2006)pp259-277. 5. Particle Size Distribution Profile of Some Indian Fly Ash, A Comparative Study to assess their possible uses,A Sarkar,R Rano,K K Mishra and I N Sinha ,Fuel Processing and Technology,86(2005) 6. Copper (II) Exchanged Cation Exchange resin: Useful activator in the reduction of ketones - A Sarkar, B R Rao and B Ram, Synthetic Communication, 23, 291-296 (1993). 7. Montmorillonite supported (-) N- Dodecyl-N-Methyl Ephedrenium Borohydride: An efficient reducing agent - A Sarkar, B R Rao. Tetrahedron Letters. Vol.32 No.9, pp. 1247- 1250, 1991. 8. Reduction of Ketones with Polydibenzo-18-Crown - A Sarkar, B R Rao. Tetrahedron Let ters. Vol.32 No.19,2157-2160, 1991. 9. Montmorillonite Supported Borohydride: a New Reducing Agent under phase transfer condition - - A Sarkar, B R Rao, M M Konar, Synth. Commn. 19 (13&14), 2313-2320 (1989). 10. O-methylation of Polymer Supported phenoxides with dimethyl sulfate – A Sarkar, B Ram. Organic Preparation and Procedures International, pp 208-210, vol 23, no 2, 1998 11. Selective reduction of conjugated ethylenic linkage in the presence of Ion-Exchange resin bound borohydride – A Nag, A Sarkar, S K Sarkar and S K Palit. Synthetic Communication. 17(8), 1007-1013, 1987. 12. Stereochemistry of 1,4 addition of nucleophiles to ethyl cyclohexylidene cyanoacetaes – D Nasipuri, A Sarkar, S K Konar. Org. Chem. Vol. 47, No.15, 1982, pp 2840-2845. National Journal 1. Ferrospheres:The Novel Value Added Materials From Fly ash.A Sarkar,R Rano and G Udaybhanu Journal Of Indian School of Mines Vol II,No.2 , pp.33-42,Dec 2007pp.33-42 2. Morphological assessment of size fractioned fly ash of Cement Plant Boiler – A.Sarkar, Ruma Rano, S.Bhattacharya and A.K.Basu, Journal of Enviromental Studies and Policy, 6(1): 61-70, 2003 3. An empirical correlation between carbon content and particle characteristics of fly ash- A.Sarkar, R.Rano, S.Bhattacharya, N.C.Karmakar and I N Sinha.pp 392-397,Indian J of Environmental Protection21(5),2001 4. Characterisation of fly ashand its settling behavior vis-a- vis sand –A Sarkar,Ruma Rano and N C Karmakar, Journal Of Environmental Studies and Policy 4(2):95-109,2001. 5. Lubricant Drain off time for mining equipment – P.S.Mukherjee, A.N.Sinha, A De and A Sarkar, Journal of the Institution of Engineers (INDIA) Vol.79. pp.39,1998. 6. Scanning Electron Microphotographic Studies of Cation and Anion exchange resin used in recovery of phenol from waste water as acetates – A Sarkar, B Ram and A K Mukherjee, Indian J. of Environmental Protection, pp. 11-14.19(1),1997. 7. A model for the recovery of 2-napthol as derivatives from effluent– A Sarkar,G Udaybhanu and A Patra, Indian J. of Environmental Protection, May 1997. 8. A model for the recovery of 2-napthol as derivatives from effluent– A Sarkar,G Udaybhanu and A Patra, Indian J. of Environmental Protection, May 1997. 9. An integrated approach for recovery of Phenols from Coke – Oven Efflents as Acetates - A Sarkar, B Ram and A Patra, Indian J. of Environmental Protection, Vol. 14, No. 5, pp 360-363, May 1994. 10. Adsorbtion Characteristics of some phenol and phenolic effluents on sodium and TEBA – montmorillonite - - A Sarkar, A S Ray and B Ram. Indian J. of Environmental Protection, pp. 816-819, vol 10, no.11,1990. 11. Acetylation of polymer supported phenoxides by acetic anhydride in non-aqueous medium – B Ram, J Roy and A Sarkar, Indian J. of Chem, vol 27B, pp 665, 1988. 12. An improved synthesis of α-n-Amyl cinnamaldehyde based on liquid phase transfer – A Sarkar, P K Dey and K Dutta. Indian J. of Chem, vol 25B, June 1986, pp 656. 13. Phase Transfer Catalysis Part II: Studies of a few Michael Reactions of Synthetic Utility under Phase Transfer Catalysis – S Banerjee, M Duttagupta, A Sarkar and D Nasipuri, J. Indian Chem. Soc. VolLX December 1983 pp. 1163-1168. 14. Sodium Borohydride and Mandelic Acid Complex – a new reducing agent - D Nasipuri, A Sarkar, S K Konar and A Ghosh. Indian J. of Chemistry. Vol. 21b, 1982, pp 2840-2845. 15. Heterocyclic System Part III Sulphurisation of 1-Aryl-3-oxycyclohexenes as a convenient route to hydrobenzonaphthothiophene derivatives - D Nasipuri, A Sarkar, P K Chakraborty and Ms. I De Dalal, J. of Indian Chem. Soc. Vol LV, Nov. 1978. International Seminar 1. A. Sarkar, H. Banichul. Development of mesoporous material from fly ash. 4 th Asian Particle Technology Symposium held at Delhi, 14 – 16th September’ 2009. 2. Effect of Particle Characteristics on the Settling time of fly ash slurry –A Sarkar, Ms. R Rano, N C Karmakar, S Bhattacharya ,pp121,Dec.13-15,(APT 2000) ,Bangkok. 3. Effect of Particle Chartacteristics on the Properties of Fly ash Based coatings – A Sarkar and A K Mukherjee, pp 30, First Asian Particle Technology Symposium, (APT 2000), December 13-15, 2000, Bangkok. 4. CTAB – Exchanged Montmorillonite: A useful support for stereoselective reduction of cyclic ketones - A Sarkar, B R Rao, 7th International Conference on Surface and Colloid Science, France, July 7-13, 1991. National Seminar 1. Sarkar, A., Vishwanatham, S., Banichul, H. ‘Polyaniline deposited in mesoporous material – A new Development’, Proc. National Conference on Smart, Electronic and Engineering Metrials, Bathnda, Punjab, 5 - 6th March ‘2010. 2. Sarkar, A., Banichul, H. ‘Mesoporous material from fly ash as support for sterioselective reduction of cyclohexanones’, NASPAM, Dhanbad, 25-27th March ‘2010. 3. Morphological Characterisation of Ferrospheres extracted from Indian Fly ash,R Rano,A Sarkar,National Conference on Frontier Areas in Geological and Technological Aspects of Fossil Fuel and Mineral Resources :2-4th Nov.2006,ISMU,Dhanbad,pp-319-323. 4. Database of Morphological Features of Fly Ash- A Tool for Effective Utilisation.A.Sarkar and R.Rano, Int. Congress on Fly Ash Utilisation, 4-7th Dec 2005, FAUP, TIFAC DST, New Delhi, pp 7.1- 7.11. 5. High Carbon Ash from Stoker Fired Combustor-Potential Acoustic Material, A.Sarkar & R.Rano, National Conference on Emerging Area in Applied Physics Feb 21-23, 2004, ISM, Dhanbad. 6. Cenospheres: The high Potency Fillers for Specialty Construction Materials- A.Sarkar, A.Kumar, G.Udaybhanu, A.K.Basu- Proceedings of International Workshop and Conference on Construction Materials (CONMAT 2003), (11th , January 2003, Civil Engineering Department, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India, pp.751-758. 7. Assessment of Fly Ash for use in High Performance Concrete – A.Sarkar, R.Rano, eighth NCB International Seminar on Cement and Building Materials. N.Delhi, 2003. 8. Effect of Particle Characteristics of fractioned Fly Ash on the Compressive Strength of Fly Ash – Cement and Concrete – A.Sarkar, G.Udaybhanu, P.K.Behera and A.K.Basu, pp.1460-1467, Proceedings of Intl. Conference on advances in Civil Engg. IIT, Kharagpur, Jan. 3-5, 2002. 9. Effect of Particle Characteristics of fractioned Fly Ash on the Compressive Strength of Fly Ash – Cement and Concrete – A.Sarkar, G.Udaybhanu, P.K.Behera and A.K.Basu, pp.1460-1467, Proceedings of Intl. Conference on advances in Civil Engg. IIT, Kharagpur, Jan. 3-5, 2002. 10. FTIR Spectroscopic Identification of Impurities in Commercial Grade Methyl Isobutyl Carbinol- A Sarkar, N M Mishra,M M Konar and S Bhattacharya,International Conference on Challenges In Coal and Mineral Beneficiation, Dec, 7-8, 2001.