My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERISATION AND STUDIES ON OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF NANOSCALE MATERIALS
APPLICATIONS using synthesized NANOPARTICLES
1. Chamarthi K Srikanth and P. Jeevanandam, “Electroless Deposition of Silver on Synthesized Calcite via Surface Modification”, Applied Surface Science, (2009) 255, 7153-7157.
2. Chamarthi K Srikanth and P. Jeevanandam, “Effect of Anion on the Homogeneous Precipitation of Precursors and their Thermal Decomposition to Zinc Oxide”, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, (2010) 486, 677-684.
3. P. Jeevanandam, Chamarthi K Srikanth, Suchi Dixit, “Synthesis of Monodisperse Silver Nanoparticles and their Self-assembly through Simple Thermal Decomposition Approach”, Materials Chemistry and Physics, (2010) 122, 402–407.
4. Chamarthi K Srikanth and P. Jeevanandam, “Comparison of Galvanic Displacement and Electroless Methods for the Deposition of Au Nanoparticles on Synthetic Calcite and Aragonite” - Bulletin of Materials Science (In press) (2011).
5. Chamarthi K Srikanth and P. Jeevanandam, “Deposition of ZnO Nanoparticles on Calcite and Investigation of their Optical Properties and their Photocatalytic Activity” – submitted to International Journal of Nanotechnology (IJNT).
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