Professor Ghosh, Sundargopal graduated from Science College in 1993 at Calcutta. He obtained his Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry in 1998 at Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay for research on Fischer Carbene complexes of group 6 transition metals and chalcogen-stabilized diiron clusters. He then spent five years as a post-doctoral researcher at University of Notre Dame, where he developed a new synthetic route to hypoelectronic metallaborane clusters.
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Trimetallic Cubane-type Clusters: Transition metal Variation as a Probe of the Roots of Hypoelectronic Metallaheteroboranes S. Kar, K. Saha, S. Saha, K. Bakthabachalam, V. dorcet and S. Ghosh, Inorg. Chem.,
2018, 57, 10896
Chalcogenolato-Bridged Dinuclear Half Sandwich Complexes of Ruthenium and Iridium B. Joseph, K. Saha, R. Prakash, C. Nandi, T. Roisnel and S. Ghosh, Inorg. Chim. Acta.,
2018, 483, 106