Dr. Beena S.
Dr. Beena S. currently serves as Assistant Professor in the department of Chemistry, Amrita School of Arts and Sciences. She received her Ph. D. in 2011 from Cochin University of Science and Technology in the area of electrochemical sensors for the determination of metal ions.
She also worked at the Polish Academy Sciences, Poland as part of DST INDO-POLISH project. Her current research area is fabrication of electrochemical sensors for biomolecules and pharmaceuticals.
|Year of Publication||Publication Type||Title|
|2016||Journal Article||B. Saraswathyamma and Kumar, K. Girish, “Chemically Modified Carbon Paste Sensor Based on N1, N2-bis(salicylidine)butane-1,4-diamine for Potentiometric Determination of Nd(III) (Accepted)”, Polish Journal of Environmental Studies, 2016.|
|2016||Journal Article||B. Saraswathyamma and Kumar, K. Girish, “PVC Membrane Sensor for Nd (III) Based on N 1 , N 2 -Bis (Salicylidine) Butane-1, 4 -Diamine”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Chemical Science (IJARCS), vol. volume 3, no. Issue 2, 2016.[Abstract]|
|2008||Journal Article||B. Saraswathyamma, Pająk, M., Radecki, J., Maes, W., Dehaen, W., Kumar, K. Girish, and Radecka, H., “PVC Supported Liquid Membrane and Carbon Paste Potentiometric Sensors Incorporating a Mn(III)-Porphyrin for the Direct Determination of Undissociated Paracetamol”, Electroanalysis, vol. 20, pp. 2009–2015, 2008.[Abstract]|
|2008||Journal Article||B. Saraswathyamma, Grzybowska, I., Orlewska, C., Radecki, J., Dehaen, W., Kumar, K. Girish, and Radecka, H., “Electroactive Dipyrromethene-Cu(II) Monolayers Deposited onto Gold Electrodes for Voltammetric Determination of Paracetamol”, Electroanalysis, vol. 20, pp. 2317–2323, 2008.[Abstract]|
|2007||Journal Article||G. K. Kumar, John, S., Augustine, P., Poduval, R., and Saraswathyamma, B., “A novel mebendazole selective membrane sensor and its application to pharmaceutical analysis”, 2007.[Abstract]|