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L. Robindro Singh, R. S. Ningthoujam, V. Sudarsan, I. Srivastava, S. D. Singh, G.K.Dey, S.K.Kulshrestha, Luminescence study on Eu3+ doped Y2O3 nanoparticles: particle size, concentration and core–shell formation effectsNanotechnology 19 (2008) 055201-055210
L. Robindro Singh, R. S. Ningthoujam, V.Sudarsan, S. D.Singh, S. K. Kulshrestha, Probing of surface Eu3+ ions present in ZnO:Eu nanoparticles by covering ZnO:Eu core with Y2O3 shell: Luminescence study J. Luminescence 128 (2008) 1544-1550
R.S. Ningthoujam, L. Robindro Singh, V. Sudarsan, S. D. Singh, Energy transfer process and optimum emission studies in luminescence of core–shell nanoparticles: YVO4:Eu–YVO4 and surface state analysis J. Ally and Compounds, 484 (2009) 782-798
W.S.Singh, S.N.Singh,A.Soni, S.D.Singh,L.Robindro Singh, G.S.Okram, Characterization of ZnS nanoparticles prepared by wet chemical method Indian J.Phys. 81 (12) 1267-74 (2007)
L. Robindro Singh, R. S. Ningthoujam, S. D. Singh, Tuning of ultra-violet to green emission by choosing suitable excitation wavelength in ZnO: Quantum dot, nanocrystals and bulk J.Ally. and Compounds, 487 (2009) 466-471
L. Robindro Singh, R.S. Ningthoujam, N.S. Singh, S.D.Singh, Probing Dy3+ ions on the surface of nanocrystalline YVO4: Luminescence study Optical Material, 32 (2009) 286-292.
L. Robindro Singh and R.S. Ningthoujam, Critical view on energy transfer, site symmetry, improvement in luminescence of Eu3+, Dy3+ doped YVO4 by core-shell formation J.Appl.Phys, 107 (2010) 104304-310.
L. Robindro Singh and R.S. Ningthoujam, Critical view on luminescence properties of Y2O3:Eu3+ after dispersion in SiO2 Chem. Phys. Letters 510 (2011) 120-125.
L. Robindro Singh and S. Dorendrajit Singh, Particle size effect on TL emission of ZnS nanoparticles and determinantion of its Kinetic parameters. Journal of Nanomaterials, 2012 (2012) Article ID: 239182, 8 pages, doi: 10.1155/2012/239182
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