Dr Ankita Rai, Chemistry, School of Physical Sciences, JNU, New Delhi, India, has completed her Ph. D. from the University of Allahabad, Allahabad, India. She has published several papers and book chapters in different international journals/books of high repute. Her research interests are synthetic organic chemistry especially environment-friendly organic transformations by developing new synthetic methodologies and new catalytic routes.
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