Prasanta Gorai is a Cosmic Origins Postdoctoral Fellow working on the field of astrochemistry of massive star formation. His primary research focuses on studying chemical content, their evolution, and kinematics associated with massive star-forming regions.
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Investigating the hot molecular core, G10.47+0.03: A pit of nitrogen-bearing complex organic molecules
The SOFIA Massive (SOMA) Star Formation Survey. IV. Isolated Protostars
Phenol in High-mass Star-forming Regions
Astrochemical model to study the abundances of branched carbon-chain molecules in a hot molecular core with realistic binding energies
NIR jets from a clustered region of massive star formation: Morphology and composition in the IRAS 18264-1152 region
Radiative transfer modeling of the observed line profiles in G31.41+0.31
Negative and positive feedback from a supernova remnant with SHREC. a detailed study of the shocked gas in IC443
Isolated Massive Star Formation in G28.20-0.05
Effect of Binding Energies on the Encounter Desorption
Is There Any Linkage between Interstellar Aldehyde and Alcohol?
Identification of Methyl Isocyanate and Other Complex Organic Molecules in a Hot Molecular Core, G31.41+0.31
Chemical Complexity of Phosphorous-bearing Species in Various Regions of the Interstellar Medium
Exploring the Possibility of Identifying Hydride and Hydroxyl Cations of Noble Gas Species in the Crab Nebula Filament
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