Center for Free Radical Research (NCFRR)
This Center is a National facility set up by the Department of
Atomic Energy and houses state-of-the-art pulse radiolysis
consisting of 7MeV
with pulse width ranging from 10ns to 3s coupled with Optical
absorption detection system, from
Canada. Research areas include Action of antioxidants and drugs,
chemistry of metal complexes, Nanoparticles-glass composites,
Organic reaction mechanism, Polymerization reactions.
courses are being initiated; and a partners with the industry and
the corporate sector at national and international levels. The
Diploma and post Graduate courses will be integrated with other
programs on campus to conduct sponsored research, programs and offer
consultancies to the industry.