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Shivani Dhall is now a member of The International NanoScience Community
Jun 13, 2018

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My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Carbon materials, composites, nano particles, gas sensor, devices,
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Publication list
Shivani Dhall, Neena Jaggi and Rashi Nathawat, “Functionalized multiwalled carbon
nanotubes based Hydrogen gas Sensor”, Sensors and Actuators A, 201 (2013) 321.
2. Shivani Dhall, Gayatri Vaidya, Neena Jaggi, “Joining of Broken Multiwalled Carbon
Nanotubes using Electron Beam-Induced (EBID) Deposition”, J. of Electronic Materials,
43 (2014) 3283.3. Shivani Dhall, Kapil Sood, Neena Jaggi, “A hydrogen gas sensor using Pt sputtered
MWCNTs/ZnO nanostructure”, Measurement Science and Technology, 25 (2014)
4. Shivani Dhall, Gayatri Vaidya, Neena Jaggi, “Enhancement in electrical properties of
Multiwalled carbon nanotubes by decoration with platinum nanoclusters using electron
beam induced deposition”, Fullerenes, Nanotubes and Carbon Nanostructures, 23 (2014)
5. Shivani Dhall, Neena Jaggi, “Hydrogen Sensing of NiO and Cu2O/Multiwalled Carbon
Nanotubes nanostructures at Room Temperature”, Sensor Letters, 12 (2014) 1.
6. Shivani Dhall, Neena Jaggi, “Improvement in structural and electrical properties of
cuprous oxide coated multiwalled carbon nanotubes”, Bulletin of material Science, 37
(2014) 1.
7. Neena Jaggi, Shivani Dhall, “Hydrogen gas sensing properties of multiwalled carbon
nanotubes network partially coated with SnO2 nanoparticles at room
temperature”,International J. of Chemical, Nuclear, Metallurgical and Materials
Engineering, 8 (2014) 1149.
8. Shivani Dhall, Neena Jaggi, “Highly Dispersed Platinum Sputtered Multiwall Carbon
Nanotubes Based Hydrogen Gas Sensor at Room Temperature”, Sensors and Actuators
A, 224 (2015) 50.
9. Shivani Dhall, Neena Jaggi, “Room temperature hydrogen gas sensing properties of Pt
sputtered F MWCNTs/SnO2 network”, Sensors and Actuators B, 210 (2015) 742.
10. Shivani Dhall, Neena Jaggi, “Structural studies of functionalized single walled carbon
nano-horn”, Fullerenes, Nanotubes and Carbon Nanostructures, 23 (2015) 942.
11. Shivani Dhall, Kapil Sood, Neena Jaggi, “Effect of highly dispersed sputtered silver
nanoparticles on structural properties of multiwalled carbon nanotubes”, Materials
Science in Semiconductor Processing, 41 (2016) 109.
12. Shivani Dhall, Neena Jaggi, “Effect of Oxide Nanoparticles on Structural Properties of
Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes”, J of Molecular Structure, 1107 (2016) 300.
13. Shivani Dhall, Neena Jaggi, “Hydrogen gas sensing properties of Pt sputtered
multiwalled carbon nanotubes composites with oxides”, J. of Electronic Materials, 45
(2016) 695.14. Shivani Dhall, “Cost effective synthesis of MWCNTs/PANI composites”, Materials
Research Express, 3 (2016) 105002.
15. Shivani Dhall, Kapil Sood, Rashi Nathawat, “Room temperature hydrogen gas sensors of
functionalized carbon nanotubes based hybrid nanostructure: Role of Pt sputtered
nanoparticles, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 42(2017) 8392.
16. Mehar Bhatnagar, Shivani Dhall, Vishakha Kaushik, Akshey Kaushal, Bodh Raj Mehta
“Improved selectivity of SnO2:C alloy nanoparticles towards H2 and ethanol reducing
gases; role of SnO2:C electronic interaction” Sensors and Actuators B , 246 (2017) 336.
17. Vinod Singh, Shivani Dhall, Akshey Kaushal, Bodh Raj Mehta, “Room Temperature
Response and Enhanced Hydrogen Sensing in Size Selected Pd-C Core-Shell
Nanoparticles: Role of Carbon Shell and Pd-C Interface”, International Journal of
Hydrogen Energy, 43(2018) 1025
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