Dr Raghaw Saran

Dr Raghaw Saran

  • Adjunct Professor
  • RCOEM, Nagpur, India
  • India
Title :

Dr Raghaw Saran

Abstract :


Academic Acquisition: Ph.D. (Chem)
IBC Leading Scientist of the World (2013)
                                     (International Biographic Centre, Cambridge, England)
                                     F.I.C (Fellow of Institution of Chemistry)
                                     F.I.C (Fellow of Institution of Chemistry)
                                    F.I.S.A.S (Fellow of Indian Society of Analytical Scientists)   

Previous Position:  Senior Scientist (Incharge, Chemical Laboratories-main and field), AMD/ DAE,  Shillong, Meghalaya, India (Former). 

Affiliations with Scientific Societies:

Life Member:

  1. ISAS (Indian Society of Analytical Society)
  2. Institution of Chemists  
  3. Indian Chemical Society
  4. IANCAS (Indian Association of Nuclear Chemists & Allied Scientists)
  5. IREI (Indian Rare Earths)

 Job Expertise:

  • 35 years of service in field of Analytical Chemistry in various capacities.
  • Over 35 years of leading roles to provide guidance and support to analytical scientists in R & D (research & development) work & Routine Analysis employing state of art techniques.
  • ICP-OES (Inductively Coupled Plasma) – Optical Emission Spectroscop
  • ICP-MS (Inductively Coupled Plasma, quadrupole, magnetic sector, TOF) etc.
  • Aqueous & Non-aqueous flame atomic absorption spectroscopy and Hyphenated techniques like Vapor Generation kit for Hydride forming metalloids. As, Se etc. & Hg at ppb Levels  also Concomitant metal analyzer(CMA), Jobin Yvon( France make).
  • Scintrex UA-3 Uranium analyze, LED and conventional fluorimeter for uranium analysis        
  • Derivative and Normal molecular absorption spectrophotometry,

Classical gravimetric and volumetric

  •    HR-CS-AAS
  • Statistical Evaluation of analytical data and subsequent interpretation of the data to delineate the target area (Uranium deposit), quality of coal (Fossil fuels), etc.
  • Assess the environmental pollution index


The analysis pertained to

1. Geological samples with varying matrices – rock, soil, water, stream sediments etc.

2. Environmental Samples

3. Coal Samples

4. Citrus fruits etc.

      In base as well as field laboratories. 

              The analytes in the samples constituted nuclear material elements e.g. U, (IV&VI) Th (IV), Nb (V), Ta(V), Ti(IV), Be (II), V (V), Ni (II), Cu (II), Co (III), Fe (II & III), Cr (VI), Mn (II), Zn(II), Metalloids (Arsenic, Selenium, Antimony, Tin, Lead),  Rare Earths, Whole rock and complete water analysis etc. for almost  over sixty elements of periodic table at trace, micro and  macro levels .


Research Interest
57 solution oriented research papers have been published in several Journals of International and National Repute. Several papers were presented at international symposia in addition to the published Ones. The Journal in which the papers were published i

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