Indian Science Technology and Engineering facilities Map
Supplier Map
Service Map
Preivious Next  

  Digital Catalogue for Technology and Products Development

   Technology and Product Development

    Basic Information

Technology developed: Synthesis of N and P enriched hybrid materials made from cyclophosphazene and 2,6-diaminopyridine fo (TP19763285797)
Category: Product(Hardware/Material/Software)
Details of Inventor(s):
Inventor Institution/Organization/Company Department Designation
Nisha Dhiman Indian Institute of Techonology Roorkee Chemistry Research Scholar
Technical Application Area: Select One...
If 'Other', please specify:
Please give more details of new technical application area:
A new class of N and P enriched pyridine bridged inorganic organic hybrid material is synthesized by condensation of phosphonitrilic chloride trimer and 2,6 diaminopyridine.
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee
Affiliated Ministry: DST, Govt. of India
Type of technology development: Indigenous
Does the technology help in replacing any import items currently
procured from outside India?
Does the technology have export potential? Yes
Category of Technology developed: Futuristic
Stage of Development: Lab-scale
Please describe in detail including the TRL Level:
In this invention, the inclusion of N along with P as heteroatoms in the framework materials made from the condensation of 2,6 diaminopyridine and phosphonitrilic chloride trimer have not only provided a pathway to include the cyclophosphazene moieties in the framework but also provided the much needed high specific capacitance (Csp) when used as electrode materials for supercapacitor applications.


Applications: This invention relates to the process of synthesizing new inorganic organic hybrid materials rich in phosphorus and nitrogen by reacting phosphonitrilic chloride trimer with 2,6 diamonipyridine. Conventional condensation and microwave assisted syntheses have been used for the production of the materials Heteroatom enriched Pyridine bridged inorganic organic Hybrid Materials (HPHMs). The use of HPHMs as electrode materials have shown superior electrochemical supercapacitor properties with the specific capacitance. Moreover, a substantial improvement of the textural and gas storage behaviour is observed on carbonization at in an inert atmosphere.
Advantages: The present invention provides a method of synthesizing Heteroatom enriched Pyridine bridged inorganic-organic Hybrid Materials (HPHMs) both at the conventional heating as well as non conventional ultrafast microwave assisted methods.

    Technology Inputs:

Imported Equipment/Spare Parts:
Equipment/Spare Parts Year ITC-HS Code
Indigenous Equipment/Spare Parts:
Equipment/Spare Parts Year ITC-HS Code
Imported Raw Materials:
Raw Materials Year ITC-HS Code
Indigenous Raw Materials:
Raw Materials Year ITC-HS Code
Existing R&D Facilities used:
Facilities Year ITC-HS Code

    R&D Investment:

R&D investment (Rs. in Lakhs):                    
Indian Source (Rs.) Foreign Source (Rs.) Year
0 0 NA

   Patents & Publications:

Filed Patents (No.) Granted Patents (No.) Year
2147483647 0 2019-20
Submitted (No.) Published (No.) Year
0 0 NA

    Commercialization Potential:

Who are the Potential Licensees?
What commercially available products address
the same problem?
Company Product Problem Addressed
SPEL Inventing Green Solutions, India., Indi Energy Storage India., Maxwell Tech Activated carbon supercapacitor,Reduced graphene supercapacitor, Graphene superc Electrode material development,Gas sorption
Would you like to develop this invention further with
corporate research support?
Would you be interested in participating in cluster based
programs for commercialization research or business
planning for your invention?
      Submitted by: Akshay Dvivedi Date of Submission: 5-8-2020

I-Mitra(आई-मित्र) Welcomes You..
It has always been the basic tenet of the Government of India, in generously funding R&D efforts at academic institutions over the years, that facilities established through such support be made available to those needing them and qualified to make use of them for their own research work

However, this was never easy or straightforward for, among other reasons, there was no ready source of information of what facility was available and where. Thanks to the Web, it is much easier today to have a national and regional “inventory of resources”, so as to match users with the resources they need, and to do all this in an efficient and transparent manner.

This can lead to a leap in R&D productivity and greatly enhance the effectiveness of public investment. This is the motivation behind I-STEM.
read less <<
Visitor Hit Counter
Hosted at Indian Institute of Science
Copyright © 2020 I-STEM. All rights reserved.
Audited by: STQC Bengaluru.