September 16, 2013 at 6pm to September 21, 2013 at 7pm
On behalf of the organizers of the International Conference “Nanomaterials: Applications & Properties’ 2013” (NAP-2013), which will be held in Alushta (the Crimea, Ukraine) in September 16-21, 2013, I am pleased to invite You to attend this event. Nanomaterials: Applications & Properties is:breath of interest of the Conference and actual topics;smart website for dissemination your activity;open access Proceedings that are issued before the conference sessions;fee discount for…See More
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Nanomaterials Synthesis, Characterization
Novel characterizations for identifying nano sizes and novel applications of nanothin films
J. Thirumalai, R.Chandramohan, T.A. Vijayan, and RM. Somasundaram, Materials Research Bulletin 46 (2011) 285-91.
2. Synthesis, characterization and formation mechanism of monodispersed Gd2O2S:Eu 3+ nanostructures, J. Thirumalai, R.Chandramohan, and T.A. Vijayan, J. Mater Sc:Mater Electron.,DOI 10.1007/s 10854-010-0240-6.
3. Nanocrystalline Mg doped dilute magnetic semiconductor prepared by chemical route, R. Chandramohan, J. Thirumalai, T.A. Vijayan, S. Valanarasu, S. Ezhilvizhian, M. Srikanth and V. Swaminathan, Advanced Science Letters 3 (2010) 319-322.
4. Synthesis and improved electrochemical performance of Li Co1-xSnO2(x=0to 0.1) powders, S. Valanarasu and R.Chandramohan, Crystal Research Technology 45(2010) 835
5. Effect of heat treatment on microstructural and optical properties of CBD grown Al doped ZnO thin films, R. Chandramohan, T. A. Vijayan, S. Arumugam, H.B. Ramalingam, V. Dhanasekaran, K. Sundaram and T. Mahalingam, Materials Science and Engineering B (2010) doi 10.1016/j.meseb.2010.10.017.
6. Structural and optical properties of Ag2SeTe nano thin films prepared by thermal evaporation, c. Vijayan, M. Panduraman, N. Soundarajan, R. Chandramohan, V. Dhanasekaran, K. Sundaram, T. Mahalingam and A. John Peter, J. Mat. Sci Mater. Electron. DOI 10.1007/s 10854-010-0175-y.
7. Electrosynthesis and studies on Cadmium Indium Selenide thin films, T. Mahalingam, S. Thanikaikarasan, R. Chandramohan, K. Chung, J.P. Chu, S. Velumani, Jin Koo Rhee, Mater. Sci. Eng. B 1`74 (2010) 236-41
8. Improved Electrochemical Investigation of Combustion Synthesized Cd doped LiCoO2 powders, S. Valanarasu, R.Chandramohan, J. Thirumalai and T. A. Vijayan, J. Sci. Res 2(2010) 443-452.
9. Improvement of life cycle life of LiCoO2 powder by Sr doping, S. Valanarasu and R. Chandramohan, J. Alloys and Compounds, 494 (2010) 2317
10. Effect of Pb doping on the stryctural and electrochemical properties of combustion synthesized LiCoO2 powder, S. Valanarasu, R. Chandramohan, J. Mat. Sci 43 (2010) 2317.
11. Effect of Mg doping on the properties of combustion synthesized LiCoO2 powders,
S. Valanarasu, R. Chandramohan, J. Thirumalai, T. A. Vijayan, S.R. Srikumar and T. Mahalingam, J. Mat. Sci.Mater Electron DOI 10.1007/s10854-009-002-5(2009)
12.Shape selective synthesis and opto electronic properties of Eu3+ doped gadolinium oxysulfide nanostructures, J. Thirumalai, R. Chandramohan, S. Valanarasu, T. A. Vijayan, R. M. Somasundaram, T. Mahalingam, S. R. Srikumar, J Mater Sci (2009) 44:3889–3899.
13. Controlled synthesis, optical and electronic properties of Eu3+ doped yttrium oxysulfide (Y2O2S) nanostructures, J. Thirumalai, R. Chandramohan, S. Auluck, T. Mahalingam, S. R. Srikumar, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 336 (2009) 889–897.
Researchgroup, Institute, University, School, Company name
Sree Sevugan Annamalai College, Alagappa University
Researchgroup, Institute, Company, University, School webpage
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