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Tara Prasad Dasgupta

Tara Prasad Dasgupta is an Emeritus Professor of Inorganic Chemistry. His research interests are Inorganic Reaction Mechanisms, Synthesis and Reactivity of Novel Polynuclear Complexes, Electron Transfer involving Biological Reductants, Toxic substances in Foods, Degradation of pesticides in tropical ecosystems, Nitric Oxide releasing compounds and their biological applications.

Major achievements

  • The Department has been recognised internationally for its outstanding research work in Reaction Mechanisms

Works

  • A family of active iridium catalysts for transfer hydrogenation of ketones
  • Kinetics and mechanism of the reaction between the Di-μ-cyanobis[tetracyanoferrate(The third)] complex ion and sulfite in aqueous solution
  • The Crystal Structure of a bis(2,6-pyridinecarboxylato) chromate(The third) anion with an elaborate network of hydrogen bonding and π stacking
  • Analysis and Quantification of Acrylamide in Jamaican Foods by Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry

Religion

Denomination: Hindu

Membership

  • Caribbean Academy of Sciences

  • American Chemical Society

  • Jamaica Society of Science and Technology

  • Royal Society of Chemistry

Personality

Interests

Sport & Clubs: Swimming

Reading, Stamp Collecting and Photography

Connections

  • father: Sushil
  • mother: Tarubala
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Nationality
Ethnicity:
  • 1971 - 1974
    lecturer, State University of New York at Buffalo
  • 1974 - 1977
    lecturer, University of the West Indies
  • 1977 - 1980
    Senior Lecturer in Chemistry

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  • Religions
    • Hindu
  • Membership
    • Fellow Royal Society Chemistry
    • Caribbean Academy Sci.; Chemical Society
    • Caribbean Academy Sci.
    • Jamaican Society Scientists and Technologists (Natural Sci. award 1995).
    • Royal Society of Chemistry
    • Jamaica Society of Science and Technology
    • American Chemical Society
    • Caribbean Academy of Sciences
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