107. Hollow Tubular Porous Covalent Organic Framework (COF)
Pradip Pachfule, Sharath Kandambeth, Arijit Mallick, Rahul Banerjee
Chem. Commun., 2015, DOI: 10.1039/C5CC04130A (Advanced Article) [Link]

106. Chemical Sensing in Two Dimensional Porous Covalent Organic
Gobinda Das, Bishnu P. Biswal, Sharath Kandambeth, V. Venkatesh, Gagandeep Kaur, Matthew Addicoat, Thomas Heine, Sandeep Verma, Rahul Banerjee
Chem. Sci., 2015, 6, 3931-3939 [Link]

105. Self-templated chemically stable hollow spherical covalent organic
Sharath Kandambeth, V. Venkatesh, Digambar B. Shinde, Sushma Kumari, Arjun Halder, Sandeep Verma, Rahul Banerjee
Nature Commun., 2015, 6, Article No. 6786. [Link]

104. Selective Interfacial Synthesis of Metal-Organic Frameworks on
Polybenzimidazole Hollow Fiber Membrane for Gas Separation
Bishnu P. Biswal, Anand Bhaskar, Rahul Banerjee, Ulhas K. Kharul
Nanoscale, 2015,7, 7291-7298. [Link]

103. Solid State Organic Amine Detection in a Photochromic Porous
Metal Organic Framework
Arijit Mallick, Bikash Garai, Matthew Addicoat, Petko St. Petkov, Thomas HeineRahul Banerjee
Chem. Sci., 2015, 6, 1420 - 1425[Link]
[Recommended as one of the 'hot articles' of January 2015 by the editor]

102. Phosphate Enriched Polyoxometalate Based Ionic Salts for Proton
Chandan Dey, Tanay Kundu, Harshitha Barike Aiyappa and Rahul Banerjee
RSC Advances2015, 5, 2333-2337 . [Link]

101. Bifunctional Covalent Organic Frameworks with Two Dimensional
Organocatalytic Micropores
Digambar Balaji Shinde, Sharath Kandambeth, Pradip Pachfule, Raya Rahul Kumar and Rahul Banerjee
Chem Commun.2015, 51, 310 - 313 . [Link]
[Top 25 most downloaded ChemComm articles in last quarter of 2014]

100. Fe (III) Phytate Metallogel as a Prototype Anhydrous,
IntermediateTemperature Proton Conductor
Harshitha Barike Aiyappa, Subhadeep Saha, Pritish Wadge, Rahul Banerjee and Sreekumar Kurungot
Chem. Sci.2015,6, 603-607[Link]                                                                        


99. Photocatalytic Metal-Organic Framework from CdS Quantum Dot
Incubated Luminescent Metallohydrogel
Subhadeep Saha, Gobinda Das, Jayshri Thote and Rahul Banerjee
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2014136 [Link]

98. Structural diversity in serine derived homochiral metal organic
Tanay Kundu and Rahul Banerjee
J. Chem. Sci., 2014, 126, 1399-1408. [Link]

97. Covalent Organic Framework-CdS Hybrid as a Prototype
Photocatalyst for Visible-Light-Driven Hydrogen Production.
Jayshri Thote, Harshitha Barike Aiyappa, Aparna Deshpande, David Díaz Díaz, Sreekumar Kurungot, and Rahul Banerjee
Chem Eur. J.2014, 20,15961–15965. [Link]

96. Evolution of an Adenine–Copper Cluster to a Highly Porous Cuboidal
Framework: Solution-Phase Ripening and Gas Adsorption Properties.
V. Venkatesh, Pradip Pachfule, Rahul Banerjee, and Sandeep Verma
Chem Eur. J.2014, 20,12262–12268. [Link]

95. Mechanosynthesis of Imine, β-Ketoenamine, and Hydrogen-Bonded
Imine-Linked Covalent Organic Frameworks using Liquid-Assisted Grinding.
Gobinda Das, Digambar Balaji Shinde, Sharath Kandambeth, Bishnu P. Biswal, and Rahul Banerjee
Chem Commun.2014,  50, 12615-12618. [Link]
[Selected as the "inside front cover page" of the journal:Chem. Commun., 2014, 50, 12582-12582[Link]

94. ZIF-8@PBI-BuI composite membranes: Eloquent effects of
PBI structural variations towards gas permeation performance.
Anand Bhaskar, Rahul Banerjee, and Ulhas Kharul
J. Mater Chem. A2014,2, 12962-12967 [Link]

93. A Distinctive PdCl2 Mediated Transformation of Fe-based
Metallogels into Metal Organic Frameworks.
Harshitha Barike Aiyappa, Subhadeep SahaBikash Garai, Jayashri ThoteSreekumar Kurungot, Rahul Banerjee
Cryst. Growth Des., 2014, 14, 3434-3437 [Link]
[Published as part of the Crystal Growth & Design virtual special issue IYCr 2014 - Celebrating the International Year of Crystallography]

92. Mechanical Downsizing of a Gd(III)-based Metal-Organic Framework
for Anticancer Drug Delivery.
Tanay Kundu, Shouvik Mitra, Prasun Patra, Arunava Goswami, David Díaz Díaz  and Rahul Banerjee
Chem Eur. J.2014, 20, 10514–10518 [Link]

91. Dissolvable Metallohydrogels for Controlled Release: Evidence of a
Kinetic Supramolecular Gel Phase Intermediate.
Subhadeep Saha, Jürgen Bachl, Tanay Kundu, David Díaz Díaz  and Rahul Banerjee
Chem Commun.2014,  50 (53), 7032 - 7035. [Link]

90. Mechanochemical Synthesis of Amide Functionalized Porous Organic
Lalit Rajput, and Rahul Banerjee
Cryst. Growth Des., 2014,14, 2729–2732 [Link]

89. 2014 International year of crystallography celebration: India
Rahul Banerjee
CrystEngComm, 2014, 16, 4665-4666 [Link]

88. Phosphoric acid Loaded Azo (-N=N-) based Covalent
Organic Framework for Proton Conduction.
Suman Chandra, Tanay Kundu, Sharath Kandambeth, Ravichandar BabaRao, Yogesh Marathe, Shrikant M. Kunjir and Rahul Banerjee
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2014,136, 6570–6573 [Link]
[This paper has been highlighted in NATURE CHEMISTRY, NEWS AND VIEWS]

87. High Charge Carrier Mobility in Two Dimensional Indium (III)
Isophthalic Acid Based Frameworks.
Tamas Panda and Rahul Banerjee
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., india, Sect. A Phys. Sci., 2014, 84, 331-336. [Link]
[Published in the special issue on 'Crystallography']

86. Multifunctional and Robust Covalent Organic Framework-
Nanoparticles Hybrids.
Pradip Pachfule, Manas K. Panda, Sharath Kandambeth, S. M. Shivaprasad, David Díaz Díaz and Rahul Banerjee
J. Mater Chem. A20142, 7944-7952 [Link]

85. Variation of CO2 Adsorption in Isostructural Cd(II)/Co(II) Based
MOFs by Anion Modulation.
Udai P. Singh, Shikha Naranga, Pradip Pachfule and Rahul Banerjee
CrystEngComm, 2014, 16, 5012-5020 [Link]

84. Flexible dicarboxylate based pillar-layer metal organic frameworks:
differences in structure and porosity by tuning the pyridyl based N,N′ linkers.
Rajdip Dey, Biswajit Bhattacharya, Pradip Pachfule, Rahul Banerjee and Debajyoti Ghoshal.
CrystEngComm, 2014, 16, 2305-2316 [Link]

Post modification of MOF derived carbon via g-C3N4 entrapment for
efficient metal-free oxygen reduction reaction.
Sekar Pandiaraj,   Harshitha Barike Aiyappa,   Rahul Banerjee and   Sreekumar Kurungot
Chem Commun., 201450, 3363-3366 [Link]

82. Amino Acid-based Multiresponsive Low-Molecular-Weight Metallo
hydrogels with Load-bearing and Rapid Self-healing Ability.
Subhadeep Saha, Jürgen Bachl, Tanay Kundu, David Díaz Díaz  and Rahul Banerjee
Chem Commun.2014, 50, 3004-3006 . [Link]
[Recommended as one of the 'hot articles' of March 2014 by the editor]

81. Highly Stable Covalent Organic Framework-Au Nanoparticles
Hybrids for Enhanced Activity for Nitrophenol Reduction.
Pradip Pachfule, Sharath Kandambeth, David Díaz Díaz, and Rahul Banerjee
Chem. Commun., 2014, ,50, 3169-3172.[Link]

80. Ligand-Free One-Step Synthesis of {001} Faceted Semiconducting
BiOCl Single Crystals and Their Photocatalytic Activity.
Anupam Biswas, Raja Das, Chandan Dey, Rahul Banerjee, and Pankaj Poddar
Cryst. Growth Des., 201414, 236–239 [Link]

79. Enhancement of CO2 Uptake in Iso-reticular Co based Zeolitic
Imidazolate Frameworks via Metal Replacement.
Tamas Panda, Krishna M. Gupta, Jianwen Jiangand Rahul Banerjee.
CrystEngComm, 2014, 16, 4677 - 4680. [Link]
[Published in the CrystEngComm themed issue celebrating the 2014 International Year of Crystallography in India']

  78. Crystalline Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs): Synthesis, Structure
and Function.
Chandan Dey, Tanay Kundu, Bishnu P. Biswal, Arijit Mallick and Rahul Banerjee
Acta Cryst. B70, 2014, 3-10. [Link]
[Published in the Special issue on Crystal engineering]



 77. Chemically Stable Multi-layered Covalent Organic Nanosheets            from Covalent Organic Frameworks via Mechanical Delamination.
    Suman Chandra, Sharath Kandambeth, Bishnu P. Biswal, Binit Lukose,     Shrikant M. Kunjir, Minakshi Chaudhary, 
Ravichandar Babarao,
    Thomas Heine and Rahul Banerjee

    J. Am. Chem. Soc.
2013, 135,
17853–17861 . [Link]

 76. Fluorinated Metal Organic Frameworks (FMOFs): Concept,
Construction and Properties.
Pradip Pachfule and Rahul Banerjee
"Metal-Organic Framework Materials", John Wiley & Sons Ltd, England (U. K.), 2013, DOI: 10.1002/9781119951438.eibc2199 [Link]

  75. Hydrolytic Conversion of a Metal-Organic Polyhedron into a Metal-
Organic Framework.
Arijit Mallick, Bikash Garai, David Díaz Díaz and Rahul Banerjee

Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.
2013, 52, 13755–13759. [Link]

   74. Enhancement of Chemical Stability and Crystallinity in Porphyrin
Containing Covalent Organic Frameworks using Intra-molecular Hydrogen Bonding.
Sharath Kandambeth, Digambar Balaji Shinde, Manas K. Panda, Binit Lukose, Thomas Heine and Rahul Banerjee
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2013, 52, 13052–13056. [Link]

   73. Stabilization of Graphene Quantum Dots (GQDs) by Encapsulation
insideZeolitic Imidazolate Framework Nanocrystals for Photoluminescence Tuning.
Bishnu P. Biswal, Dhanraj B. Shinde, Vijayamohanan Pillai, and Rahul Banerjee
Nanoscale, 2013
5, 10556-10561
. [Link]

   72. Porous Carbons from Non-Porous MOFs: Influence of Ligand
characteristics on Intrinsic Properties of End Carbon.
Harshitha Barike Aiyappa, Pradip Pachfule, Rahul Banerjee, and Sreekumar Kurungot
Cryst. Growth Des., 2013, 13, 4195-4199.[Link]


   71. Relating Pore Hydrophilicity with Vapour Adsorption Capacity in a
Series of Amino Acid based Metal Organic Frameworks.
Tanay Kundu, Subash Chandra Sahoo, and Rahul Banerjee
CrystEngComm, 201315(45), 9634 - 9640. [Link]
(selected as a CrystEngComm Hot Article for September 2013 )
[Published in the themed issue focusing on the Structural Design of Coordination Polymers]

    70. An electron rich porous extended framework as a heterogeneous
catalyst for Diels–Alder reactions.
Bappaditya Gole, Arun Kumar Bar, Arijit Mallick, Rahul Banerjee and Partha Sarathi Mukherjee
Chem. Commun., 2013, 49, 7439-7441.[Link]

In situ growth of metal-organic frameworks on a porous
ultrafiltration membrane for gas separation.
Divya Nagaraju, Deepti G. Bhagat, Rahul Banerjee and Ulhas K. Kharul.
J. Mater Chem. A, 2013, 1 (31), 8828 - 8835. [Link]

    68. Controlled Synthesis of a Catalytically Active Hybrid  Metal-Oxide
Incorporated Zeolitic Imidazolate Framework (MOZIF).
Chandan Dey and Rahul Banerjee.
Chem. Commun., 2013, 49 (59), 6617−6619. [Link]

   67. Stuctural Isomerism Leading to Variable Proton Conductivity in
Indium (III) Isophthalic Acid based Framework.
Tamas PandaTanay Kundu and Rahul Banerjee
Chem. Commun., 2013, 49, 6197-6199.[Link]

   66. Four 3D Cd(II)-Based Metal Organic Hybrids with Different
N,N′-Donor Spacers: Syntheses, Characterizations, and Selective Gas Adsorption Properties.
Biswajit Bhattacharya, Rajdip Dey, Pradip Pachfule, Rahul Banerjee, Debajyoti Ghoshal.
Cryst. Growth Des. 2013, 13, 731−739.[Link]

   65. Salt Metathesis in Three Dimensional Metal Organic Frameworks
(MOFs) with Unprecedented Hydrolytic Regenerability.
Tanay Kundu, Subash C. Sahoo, Subhadeep Saha and Rahul Banerjee
Chem. Commun., 2013, 49, 5262−5264.[Link]

   64.  Structural design of coordination polymers.
Miao Du,  Rahul Banerjee and   George K. H. Shimizu
CrystEngComm, 2013, 15, 9237–9238 [Link]

   63.  Proton-Conducting Supramolecular Metallogels from Lowest
Molecular Weight Assembler Ligand: A Quote for Simplicity.
Subhadeep Saha, Eva-Maria Schön,  Carlos Cativiela, David Díaz Díaz and Rahul Banerjee.
Chem. Eur. J., 2013,19, 9562 – 9568 [Link]  

   62.  Mechanochemical Synthesis of Chemically Stable Isoreticular

Covalent Organic Frameworks.

Bishnu P. Biswal, Suman Chandra, Sharath Kandambeth, Binit Lukose,Thomas Heine and Rahul Banerjee.

J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2013 135, 5328–5331.[Link]


Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks (ZIFs) Derived Hollow Core-

Nitrogen doped Carbon Nanostructures for Oxygen Reduction Reactions in PEFCs.

Thangavelu Palaniselvam, Bishnu P. Biswal, Rahul Banerjee and Sreekumar Kurungot

Chem. Eur. J., 2013, 19, 9335–9342. [Link]

   60.  Porous-Organic-Framework Templated Nitrogen-Rich Porous
Carbon as Proficient Electrocatalyst than Pt/C for the Electrochemical Oxygen Reduction Activity.
Pradip Pachfule, Vishal M. Dhavale, Sharath Kandambeth, Sreekumar Kurungot and Rahul Banerjee
Chem. Eur. J., 2013, 19, 974-980.[Link]

   59 POM-Catalyzed In Situ Ligand Synthesis for the Construction of
Metal Complexes and  Their Use in the Formation of Coordination Polymers.
Chandan Dey and Rahul Banerjee
 2013, 14, 1009-1015

Synthesis, Structure, and H2/CO2 Adsorption in a Three-
Dimensional 4‑Connected Triorganotin Coordination Polymer with a sqc Topology.
Vadapalli Chandrasekhar, Chandrajeet Mohapatra, Arijit Mallick and Rahul Banerjee.
Inorg. Chem.,  2013, 52, 3579–3581.[Link]


    57. Metal and metal oxide nanoparticle synthesis from metal organic
frameworks (MOFs): finding the border of metal and metal oxides.
Raja Das,  Pradip Pachfule,  Rahul Banerjee and  Pankaj PoddarNanoscale, 2012,4, 591-599. [Link]

    56. Nitrogen-rich porous covalent imine network (CIN) material as an
efficient catalytic support for C–C coupling reactions.
Manas K. Bhunia, Swapan K. Das, Pradip Pachfule, Rahul Banerjee and Asim Bhaumik
Dalton Trans., 2012,41, 1304-1311. [Link]

    55. Carbon dioxide capture by metal organic frameworks.
Subhadeep Saha, Suman Chandra, Bikash Garai and Rahul Banerjee
Indian Journal of Chemistry, 2012, 51, 1223-1230. [Link]
[Published as part of a Special Issue on Carbon Dioxide Capture, Sequestration & Utilization ]

    54. Construction of Crystalline 2D Covalent Organic Frameworks with
Remarkable Chemical (Acid/Base) Stability via a Combined Reversible and Irreversible Route.
Sharath Kandambeth, Arijit Mallick, Binit Lukose, Manoj V. Mane, Thomas Heine, and Rahul Banerjee
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2012, 134, 19524−19527.[Link]
[This work is dedicated to Professor Gautam R. Desiraju on the occasion of his 60th birthday]

    53. Solution Mediated Phase Transformation (RHO to SOD) in Porous
Co-Imidazolate based Zeolitic Framework With High Water Stability.
Bishnu P. Biswal, Tamas Panda and Rahul Banerjee.
Chem. Commun., 2012,48,11868-11870.[Link]
[Published  as part of ChemComm Emerging Investigators issue 2013]

    52. Variable Water Adsorption in Amino Acid Derivative Based
Homochiral Metal Organic Frameworks.
Tanay Kundu, Subash Chandra Sahoo, and Rahul Banerjee.
Cryst. Growth and Des.,2012,12,4633-4640.[Link]
[Published as part of the Crystal Growth & Design virtual special issue In Honor of Prof. G. R. Desiraju]

    51. Correlation between Coordinated Water Content and Proton
Conductivity in Ca-BTC-based Metal-Organic Frameworks.
Arijit Mallick,Tanay Kundu, Rahul Banerjee.
Chem. Commun.,2012,48, 8829-8831. [Link]

   50.  Control of Porosity by Using Isoreticular Zeolitic Imidazolate
Frameworks (IRZIFs) as Template for Porous Carbon Synthesis.
Pradip Pachfule, Bishnu P. Biswal and Rahul Banerjee.
Chem. Eur. J.,  2012, 18, 11399-11408.[Link]
[Highlighted In A Hot Topic Entitled "CARBON" by Wiley-VCH].

     49. Fine-Tuning the Balance between Crystallization and Gelation and
Enhancement of CO2 Uptake on Functionalized Calcium Based MOFs and Metallogels.
Arijit Mallick, Eva-Maria Schön, Tamas Panda, K. Sreenivas, David Díaz Díaz and Rahul Banerjee.
J. Mater. Chem., 
,22, 14951-14963.[Link]

   48. Competition between gelation and crystallisation of a peculiar

multicomponent liquid system based on ammonium salts.

Iti Kapoor, Eva-Maria Schön, Jürgen Bachl, Dennis Kühbeck, Carlos Cativiela, Subhadeep Saha, Rahul Banerjee, Stefano Roelens, José Juan Marrero-Tellado and David Díaz Díaz.

Soft Matter, 20128, 3446−3456.[Link]

     47.  Self-assembled one dimensional functionalized metal–organic
nanotubes (MONTs) for proton conduction.
Tamas Panda, Tanay Kundu and Rahul Banerjee.
Chem. Commun.,2012, 48, 5464-5466.[Link]

  46. Alkali earth metal (Ca, Sr, Ba) based thermostable metal–organic
frameworks (MOFs) for proton conduction.
Tanay Kundu, Subash Chandra Sahoo, and Rahul Banerjee.
Chem. Commun.201248, 4998-5000.[Link]

   45. S
olid-State Thermolysis of Anion Induced Metal–Organic
Frameworks to ZnO Microparticles with Predefined Morphologies: Facile Synthesis and Solar Cell Studies.
Tanay Kundu, Subash Chandra Sahoo, and Rahul Banerjee.
Cryst. Growth & Design;  2012, 12, 2572-2578.[Link]

    44. One-dimensional confinement of a nanosized metal organic
framework in carbon nanofibers for improved gas adsorption.
Pradip Pachfule, Beena K. Balan, Sreekumar Kurungot, Rahul Banerjee.
Chem Commum., 2012, 48, 2009-2011.[Link]

   43.  Reversible Phase Transformation in Proton Conducting
Strandberg-type POM Based Metal Organic Material.
Chandan Dey, Tanay Kundu, and Rahul Banerjee.
Chem. Commun., 2012, 48, 266–268.[Link]

   42.  Solid phase Morphological Diversity of a Rare vanadium
Cubane(V4O16) Based Metal Organic Framework.
Chandan Dey, Raja Das, Pankaj Poddar and Rahul Banerjee.
Cryst. Growth & Design, 2012, 12, 12-17.[Link]


   41.  Fluorinated Metal Organic Frameworks (F-MOFs): Advantageous
for Higher H2 and CO2 Adsorption or Not?
Pradip Pachfule, Yifei Chen, Jianwen Jiang and Rahul Banerjee.
Chem. Eur. J.,  2012, 18, 688-694.[Link]

   40. Metal [Zn(II), Cd(II)], 1,10-Phenanthroline Containing
Coordination Polymers Constructed on the Skeleton of Polycarboxylates:Synthesis, Characterization, Microstructural, and CO2 Gas Adsorption Studies.
Pramod Kumar Yadav, Niraj Kumari, Pradip Pachfule, Rahul Banerjee, and Lallan Mishra.
Cryst. Growth Des. 2012, 12, 5311−5319.[Link]

    39. Structural and Selective Gas Adsorption Studies of
Polyoxometalate and Tris-(ethylenediamine) Cobalt (III) Based Ionic Crystals.
Chandan Dey, Pradip Pachfule, Raja Das, Pankaj Poddar and Rahul Banerjee.
Cryst. Growth & Design, 2011, 11, 139-146.[Link]                      

   38. Amino Functionalized Zeolitic Tetrazolate Framework (ZTF) with
High Capacity for Storage of Carbon Dioxide.
Tamas Panda, Pradip Pachfule, Yifei Chen, Jianwen Jiang and Rahul Banerjee.
Chem. Commun., 2011, 47 (7), 2011–2013.[Link]

   37. Structural, Magnetic and Gas Adsorption Study of a series of
Partially Fluorinated Metal−Organic Frameworks (F-MOFs).
Pradip Pachfule, Raja Das, Pankaj Poddar and Rahul Banerjee.
Inorg. Chem., 2011, 50, 3855–3865.[Link]
[Among Top 20 most downloaded Inorganic Chemistry Article for April 2011]

   36. Structure and Gas Sorption Behavior of a New Three Dimensional
Porous Magnesium Formate.
Arijit Mallick, Subhadeep Saha, Pradip Pachfule, Sudip Roy and Rahul Banerjee.
Inorg. Chem., 2011,  50, 1392-1401. [Link]
[Among Top 20 most downloaded Inorganic Chemistry Article for January 2011]

   35. Solvothermal Synthesis, Structure and Properties of Metal Organic
Framework Isomers Derived from a Partially Fluorinated Link.
Pradip Pachfule, Raja Das, Pankaj Poddar and Rahul Banerjee.
Cryst. Growth & Design, 2011 11, 1215-1222. [Link]
[Published as part of a  virtual special issue on    Structural Chemistry in India: Emerging themes.]   

   34.  Structural Isomerism and Effect of Fluorination on Gas Adsorption
in Copper-Tetrazolate based Metal Organic Frameworks.
Pradip Pachfule, Yifei Chen, Subash Chandra Sahoo, Jianwen Jiang and Rahul Banerjee.
Chemistry of Materials 2011, 23 (11), 2908–2916.[Link]

   33. Template Induced Structural Isomerism and Enhancement of
Porosity in Manganese (II) based Metal Organic Frameworks (Mn-MOFs).
Tamas Panda,Pradip Pachfule and Rahul Banerjee.
Chem. Commun., 2011, 47 (27), 7674–7676.[Link]                                                                                  


   32. Structural and Gas Adsorption Study of a Two Dimensional
Copper-Tetrazole Based Metal-Organic Framework.
Pradip Pachfule and Rahul Banerjee.
Current Science 2011 101 (7), 34–38.                                                                                  


   31. Design and In situ Synthesis of Cu-Based Porous Framework
Featuring Isolated Double Chain Magnetic Character.
Chandan Dey, Raja Das, Binoy K. Saha, Pankaj Poddar and Rahul Banerjee.
Chem. Commun., 2011,  47 (39), 11008–11010.[Link]

   30. Experimental and Computational Approach of Understanding the
Gas Adsorption in Amino Functionalized Interpenetrated Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs).
Pradip Pachfule, Yifei Chen, Subash Chandra Sahoo, Jianwen Jiang and Rahul Banerjee.
J. Mater. Chem., 2011,21, 17737-17745.[Link]

   29. Helical Water Chain Mediated Proton Conductivity in Homochiral
Metal-Organic Frameworks with Unprecedented Zeolitic (unh) Topology.
Subash Chandra Sahoo, Tanay Kundu and Rahul Banerjee.
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2011,133, 17950-17958.[Link]

   28. Hydrogen bond directed honeycomb-like porous network structure
of tris(bipyridyl-glycoluril)cobalt(III) chloride.
Vitthal A. Kawade, Avinash S. Kumbhar, Andrea Erxleben, Pradip Pachfule and Rahul Banerjee.
CrystEnggComm, 2011, 13, 5289-5291.[Link]

   27. Fe(III) complex of biuret-amide based macrocyclic ligand as
peroxidase enzyme mimic.
Chakadola Panda, Munmun Ghosh, Tamas Panda, Rahul Banerjee and Sayam Sen Gupta.
Chem. Commun., 2011, 47, 8016-8018.[Link]                       

  26. Porous Nitrogen Rich Cadmium-Tetrazolate Based Metal Organic
Framework (MOF) for H2 and CO2 Uptake.
Pradip Pachfule, and Rahul Banerjee.
Cryst. Growth & Design, 2011, 11, 5176-5181.[Link]

    25. Selective CO2 and HAdsorption in a Chiral Magnesium based
Metal Organic Framework (Mg-MOF) with Open Metal Sites.
Arijit Mallick, Subhadeep Saha, Pradip Pachfule, Sudip Roy and Rahul Banerjee.
JMater. Chem,  2010, 20, 9073-9080.[Link]

   24. Structural, Magnetic and Gas Adsorption Study of a Two
Dimensional tetrazole-pyrimidine based Metal Organic Framework.
Pradip Pachfule, Raja Das, Pankaj Poddar and Rahul Banerjee.
Cryst. Growth & Design, 2010, 10, 2475-2478. [Link]

  23.  Structural Diversity in a Series of Metal Organic Frameworks
(MOFs) Composed of Divalent Transition Metals, 4,4′-bipyridine and a Flexible Carboxylic Acid.
Pradip Pachfule, Tamas Panda, Chandan Dey and Rahul Banerjee.
CrystEnggComm, 2010, 12, 2381-2389.[Link]

   22. Structural Diversity in Partially Fluorinated Metal Organic
Frameworks (F-MOFs) Composed of Divalent Transition Metals, 1,10-Phenanthroline, and Fluorinated Carboxylic Acid.
Pradip Pachfule, Chandan Dey, Tamas Panda, Kumar Vanka and Rahul Banerjee.
Cryst. Growth & Design, 2010, 10, 1351-1363.[Link]

   21. Synthesis and Structural Comparisons of Five New Fluorinated
Metal Organic Frameworks (HF-MOFs).
Pradip Pachfule, Chandan Dey, Tamas Panda and Rahul Banerjee.
CrystEnggComm, 2010, 1216001609. [Link]

   20. Control of Pore Size and Functionality in Isoreticular Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and their 
        Carbon Dioxide Selective Capture Properties
        Rahul Banerjee, David Britt, Hiroyasu Furukawa, Carolyn Knobler, Michael O’Keeffe and Omar
           J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2009, 131, 3875-3877.

    19. Crystals as Molecules: Postsynthesis Covalent Functionalization of Zeolitic Imidazolate
         W. Morris, C. Doonan, H. Furukawa, Rahul. Banerjee and Omar. M. Yaghi,                                                       J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2008 130, 1262612627.

   18. High-Throughput Discovery and Synthesis of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks and their
to Carbon Dioxide Capture.
        Rahul Banerjee, Anh Phan, Bo Wang, Carolyn Knobler, Hiroyasu Furukawa, Michael O’Keeffe and 
        Omar M. Yaghi.
         Science, 2008, 319, 939-943. [This paper has been highlighted in UCLA News 
          Edits, Chemical and Engineering News, MIT technology Review, CBC News (Canada), 
          Chemistry World (UK), WIRED news, The Los Angeles Times.]

    17.Variable-Temperature Powder X-ray Diffraction of Aromatic Carboxylic Acid and Carboxamide    
        L. Sreenivas Reddy, Prashant M. Bhatt, Rahul Banerjee, Ashwini Nangia and Gert J. Kruger
        Chem. Asian. J., 2007, 505-513.

     16. Crystallographic Studies of Supramolecular Synthons in Amine Solvates of trans-1,5-Dichloro-
          9,10-diethynyl-9,10- dihydroanthracene-9,10-diol
Raju Mondal, Judith A. K. Howard, Rahul Banerjee and Gautam R. Desiraju.                                     Cryst. Growth & Design, 2006, 6, 2507-2516.    

    15. Synthon robustness in saccharinate salts of some substituted pyridines. 
         Rahul Banerjee, Binoy K. Saha and Gautam R. Desiraju.
           CrystEnggComm, 2006, 8, 680-685.

    14. Solid-state architecture of saccharin salts of some diamines.
         Rahul Banerjee, Binoy K. Saha and Gautam R. Desiraju. 
           Acta Cryst. Sect C, 2006, 62, o346-o349.

    13. A 1:1 molecular complex of 4-methylpyridine N-oxide and saccharin. 
         Binoy K. Saha, Rahul Banerjee, Ashwini Nangia, and Gautam R. Desiraju.
         Acta Cryst. Sect E, 2006, 62, o2283-o2284.

    12. Solvates of sildenafil saccharinate. A new host material.
         Rahul Banerjee, Prashant M. Bhatt and Gautam R. Desiraju. 
           Cryst. Growth & Design, 2006, 6, 1468-1478.
    11. Synthon robustness and solid state architecture in substituted gem-alkynols.
         Rahul Banerjee, Raju Mondal, Judith A. K. Howard and Gautam R. Desiraju.
         Cryst. Growth & Design, 2006, 6, 999-1009.

    10. Conformational, concomitant polymorphs of 4,4-diphenyl-2,5-cyclohexadienone.Conformation and
         lattice energy compensation in kinetic and thermodynamic forms.                               
         Saikat Roy, Rahul Banerjee, Ashwini Nangia and Gert J. Kruger.
         Chem. Eur. J., 2006. 3777-3788.

    9.   Synthon evolution and unit cell evolution during crystallisation. A study of symmetry
         molecules (Z΄>1) in crystals of some hydroxyl compounds. 
         Dinabandhu Das, Rahul Banerjee, Raju Mondal, Judith A. K. Howard, Roland Boese and Gautam R. 
         Chem. Commun., 2006, 555-557.

            8.  Saccharin salts of active pharmaceutical ingredients, their crystal structures, and increased
         water solubilities.                                                                                                                     
Rahul Banerjee, Prashant M. Bhatt, Nittala V. Ravindra and Gautam R. Desiraju.                                     Cryst. Growth & Design, 2005, 5, 2299-2309.
           7.  Structural studies of the system Na(saccharinate)•n (H2O): A model for crystallization.
         Rahul Banerjee, Prashant M. Bhatt, Michael T. Kirchner and Gautam R. Desiraju.                       
           Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2005, 44, 2515-2520. (VIP)                                                     

     6. Saccharin as a salt former. Enhanced solubilities of saccharinates of active pharmaceutical   
         Prashant M. Bhatt, Nittala V. Ravindra, Rahul Banerjee and Gautam R. Desiraju.
           Chem. Commun., 2005, 1073-1075.
     5. Hexagonal host framework of sym-aryloxytriazines stabilised by weak intermolecular interactions.
         Binoy K. Saha, Srinivasulu Aitipamula, Rahul Banerjee, Ashwini Nangia, Ram K. R. Jetti, Roland 
         Boese, Chi-Keung. Lam and Thomas C. W. Mak     
         Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst. 2005, 440, 295-316.

    4.   (4-Ethynylphenyl)methoxymethanimine.                                                               
Archan Dey and Rahul Banerjee.                                                                           
Acta Cryst. 2004, E60, 2117-2118.

    3.  Gauche and staggered forms of diethylamine in solvates of 1,5-dichloro-cis-9,10-diethynyl-9,10-  
         dihydroanthracene-9,10-diol. A case of conformational pseudopolymorphism?
         Raju Mondal, Judith A. K. Howard, Rahul Banerjee and Gautam R. Desiraju.                               
           Chem. Commun., 2004, 644-645.                                                                                                      
    2.  Organic chlorine as a hydrogen-bridge acceptor. Evidence for the existence of intramolecular
Cl–C interactions in some gem-alkynols. 
         Rahul Banerjee, Gautam R. Desiraju, Raju Mondal and Judith A. K. Howard.
           Chem. Eur. J., 2004, 10, 3373-3383.

  1. Dilemmas in crystallization. The ‘unusual’ behaviour of trans-1,5-dichloro-9,10-diethynyl-9,10-dihydroanthracene-9,10-diol and the more ‘normal’ behaviour of its pseudopolymorphs with dipolar aprotic solvents.                                                                                              Rahul Banerjee, Gautam R. Desiraju, Raju Mondal, Andrei. S. Batsanov, Charlotte K. Broder and Judith A. K. Howard.                                                                                                        Helv. Chim. Acta, 2003, 86, 1339-1351.