My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Nanomaterials for Biomedical applications.
Gas sensor, Nanofluids, Supercapacitors
1. K.S.Venkatesh, S.R.Krishnamoorthi, N.S.Palani, V.Thirumal and R.Ilangovan, Fungus mediated biosynthesis and characterization of Zinc Oxide Nanorods, American Institute of Physics (AIP) Conference Proceeding, 1536, 93 (2013). doi: 10.1063/1.4810116.
2. K.S.Venkatesh, K.Vijayalakshmi, K.Karthick, S.R.Krishnamoorthi, N.S.Palani and R.Ilangovan, Fabrication of room temperature Hydrogen gas sensor using pure and La:ZnO with novel nanocorn morphology prepared by sol-gel dip coating method, J Mater Sci: Mater Electron (2014) 25:4339-4347. DOI 10.1007/s10854-014-2171-0.
3. K.S.Venkatesh, S.R.Krishnamoorthi, N.S.Palani, V.Thirumal, Sujin P. Jose, Fu Ming Wang and R.Ilangovan, Facile one step synthesis of novel TiO2 nanocoral by sol-gel method using Aloe vera plant extract, Indian J Phys, (2015), 89, 445-452.
4. K.S.Venkatesh, K. Gopinath, N.S. Palani, A. Arumugam, Sujin P. Jose, S. Asath Bahadur, R.Ilangovan*, Plant pathogenic fungus F. solani mediated biosynthesis of Nanoceria: Antibacterial and antibiofilm activity, RSC Adv., 2016, 6, 42720.
5. Size controlled synthesis of Magnetite Nanoparticles using Microwave Irradiation method, K.Prem Ananth, Sujin P. Jose, R.Ilangovan and K.S.Venkatesh, Journal of Nano Research , 24 (2013) 184 – 193.
6. Structural and Electrical characteristics of Metal-Ferroelectric Pb1.1(Zr 0.40 Ti0.60)O3- Insulator (ZnO)-Silicon capacitors for Non-Volatile applications. S.R.Krishnamoorthi, K.S.Venkatesh and Rajangam Ilangovan, Advances in Condensed Matter Physics, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/692364 (IF:0.862).
7. Structural and Electrical properties of Pb1.1(Zr 0.20 Ti0.80)O3 films on Si with ZnO buffer layers for Ferroelectric FETs applications, S.R.Krishnamoorthi, K.S.Venkatesh and Rajangam Ilangovan, Journal of Ovonic Research, 9 (2013) 81-88.
8. Green synthesis of Gold nanoparticles from leaf extract of Terminalia arjuna, for the enhanced mitotic cell division and pollen germination activity, K.Gopinath, K.S.Venkatesh, R.Ilangovan, K.Sankaranarayanan and A.Arumugam, Industrial crops and Products, 50,(2013), 737-742 ((Impact Factor: 3.449).
9. Sujin P Jose, T. Prasankumar, V. Mahesh Priya, Aruna Ramachandran, K.S.Venkatesh, Microwave synthesis and electrochemical performance of CeO2 nanoparticles for supercapacitor applications, Asian Materials Science Letters, V.3, No.3 &4, 127-132 (2014).
10. Thirumal .V, Pandurangan . A, Jayavel. R, Venkatesh. K.S., Palani. N.S., Ragavan. R., Ilangovan .R, Single pot electrochemical synthesis of functionalized and Phosphorus doped graphene nanosheets for Supercapacitor applications, J Mater Sci: Mater Electron (Accepted), DOI 10.1007/s10854-015-3219-5 (Impact Factor: 1.798).
11. K. Gopinath, S. Kumaraguru, K. Bhakyaraj, S. Mohan, K.S. Venkatesh, M. Esakkirajan, P. Kaleeswaran, N.S. Alharbi, S. Kadaikunnan, M. Govindarajan, G. Benelli, A. Arumugam, Green synthesis of Silver, Gold, Silver/Gold bimetallic nanoparticles using the Gloriosa superba leaf extract and their antibacterial and antibiofilm activities, Microbial Pathogenesis, 101, (2016), 1 – 11 (Impact Factor: 1.888).
12. N.S. Kavitha, K.S. Venkatesh, N.S. Palani, R. Ilangovan, Fungus mediated biosynthesis of WO3 nanoparticles using Fusarium solani extract, AIP Conference Proceedings (Accepted).
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Department of Nanoscience and Technology, Alagappa University, Karaikudi,Tamilnadu
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