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My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Growth and Characterization of ferroelectric Nanostructures.
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Publication list
Research Publications:

1. High Tc Ferroelectricity in V-Doped ZnO Nanorods” Manoj K. Gupta and Binay
Kumar, Journal of Materials Chemistry (Accepted, 2011).
2. “Enhanced ferroelectric, dielectric and optical behaviour in Li-doped ZnO nanorods” Manoj K. Gupta and Binay Kumar, Journal of Alloys and Compound 509 (2011) L208.
3. “p- type K -doped ZnO Nanorods for opto-electronic applications” Manoj K. Gupta, Nidhi Sinha and Binay Kumar, Journal of Applied Physics 109 (2011) 083532.
4. “Synthesis of K-doped p-type ZnO Urchin-like Nanorods along (100) for ferroelectric and
dielectric applications” Manoj K. Gupta, Nidhi Sinha, B. K. Singh and Binay Kumar,
Materials Letters 64 (2010) 1825.
5. “Synthesis and Comparative study of ZnO Nanorods for Structural, Optical and Dielectric behaviour, Manoj K. Gupta, Nidhi Sinha and Binay Kumar, Integrated Ferroelectrics 118
(2010) 61.
6. “Piezoelectric, dielectric, optical and electrical characterization of solution grown flower-like
ZnO nanocrystal” M.K. Gupta, N. Sinha, B. K. Singh, N. Singh, K. Kumar, and Binay
Kumar, Materials Letters 63 (2009) 1910.
7. “Growth and characterization of new semi organic L-proline strontium chloride monohydrate single crystals” Manoj K. Gupta, Nidhi Sinha and Binay Kumar, Physica B: Condensed Matter 406 (2011) 63.
8. “Enhancement in dielectric and ferroelectric properties of lead free “Bi0.5(Na0.5K0.5)0.5TiO3” ceramics by Sb-doping, K. Kumar, B. K. Singh, M. K. Gupta and Binay Kumar, Ceramic
International (2011, In Press).
9. “Effect of electric field on dielectric, ac conduction and ferroelectric behaviour of flux grown Pb(Zn1/3 Nb2/3)0.91Ti0.09O3 single crystals” B. K Singh, K.Kumar, M. K. Gupta and Binay Kumar, Physica Status Solidi A 207 (2010) 2564.
10. “Effect of zinc chloride on structural, optical and dielectric behaviour of solution grown nthracene Crystal” Nidhi Sinha, Manoj K. Gupta, Neeti Goel and Binay Kumar, Physica B: Condensed Matter (2011, Accepted).
11. “Structural, Dielectric, Optical and Ferroelectric property of Urea Succinic Acid Crystals grown in aqueous solution containing Maleic Acid” B. K. Singh, N. Sinha, N. Singh, K.Kumar, M. K. Gupta and Binay Kumar, J. Physics and Chemistry of Solids 71 (2010) 1774.
12. “Solution growth and comparative characterization of L-HFB single Crystal”, N. Sinha, Sahas, B.K. Singh, K. Kumar, N. Singh, M. K. Gupta, G. C. Budakoti, and Binay Kumar, Cryst. Res. Technol 44 (2009)167.
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Crystal Lab, University of Delhi
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At 11:30am on April 24, 2011,
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suraj karan jat
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hello sir, i am 8th semester student of M.Tech Nanotech. I am working on ZnO nanoparticles, dopping of transition elements and Thin film. but sir due to lab facilities sm prb with me to work further. plz guide me abt labs and related work in dis field specially in Enery filed in india using ZnO.
At 11:45am on August 9, 2010,
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Shivam Rastogi
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Hello Sir , Plz send me contact details n ur no. @ shivam.ece.juit@gmail.com need to talk to you regarding Nano Science
At 8:07am on May 30, 2010,
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Girish C M
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its not calculated from image directly... we have to bend the rod by the tip using manipulation mode.. from the line trace we can get the profile of displacement as well as current...
At 5:37pm on May 27, 2010,
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Girish C M
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Ya,, its possible.. but i need to know what kind of application you require.. generally, by giving a small mechanical movement using the tip, we can measure the current generated..
At 7:44pm on May 26, 2010,
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