My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Nanomaterials for electrochemical sensors
1) S. Anandhakumar, R. Rajaram, J. Mathiyarasu, Unusual seedless approach to gold nanoparticle synthesis: application to selective rapid naked eye detection of mercury(II) Analyst, 139 (2014) 3356-3359.
2) R. Rajaram, S. Anandhakumar, J. Mathiyarasu, Electrocatalytic oxidation of NADH at low overpotential using nanoporous poly(3,4)-ethylenedioxythiophene modified glassy carbon electrode, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 746 (2015) 75–81.
3) M. Sankararao, R. Rajaram, D. Karuppasamy, C. Suresh, J. Mathiyarasu, Tuning the oxygen reduction reactivity of interconnected porous carbon by incorporation of phosphorus and activity enhancement through blending with 2D metal dichalcogenides materials, International journal of Hydrogen energy, (2017) 1-8.
4. R. Rajaram, J. Mathiyarasu, An electrochemical sensor for homocysteine detection using gold nanoparticle incorporated reduced graphene oxide.(Under communication)
5. R. Rajaram, P. Kanagavalli, S. Senthilkumar, J. Mathiyarasu, Electrocatalytic (Bio) sensing of Glutathione at Au nanoparticle-decorated Nanoporous PEDOT modified glassy carbon electrode.( Under communication)
6. R. Rajaram, C. Suresh, J. Mathiyarasu, Electrochemical detection of myo inositol biomarker for early detection of diabetes using Copper sulfide modified electrode.(Under Manuscript prepation)
7. R. Rajaram, D. Karuppasamy, P. Ragupathy, J. Mathiyarasu, Understanding the Role of Glucose Oxidase on Carbon Felt as Electrodes in Biocapacitor Studies. (Under communication)
8. R. Rajaram, J. Mathiyarasu, A new electrochemical sensor platform for the detection of hydrazine using gold nanoparticle modified glassy carbon electrode (Manuscript under preparation)
Researchgroup, Institute, University, School, Company name
CSIR-CENTRAL ELECTROCHEMICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE
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