My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Fabricate the highly efficient SEIRA, SERS and TERS substrates for bioanalytical application.
Synthesis and characterization of nano/fluorescence chemosensor materials for chemical/bio- sensing applications.
Fabrication of reproducible surface enhanced Raman surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS)substrates for bioanalytical applications
(Total citation of papers: 108, h-intex-6)
1) Sensitive and selective colorimetric detection of Cu2+ in aqueous medium via aggregation of thiomalic acid functionalized Ag nanoparticles.
V. Tharmaraj and Y. Jyisy, Analyst, 2014, (139), 6304. (IF: 3.90),
Top most downloaded Analyst article in October-2014.
2) D-Glucose sensing by (E)-(4-((pyren-1-ylmethylene)amino)phenyl)boronic acid via photoinduced electron transfer(PET) mechanism.
V. Tharmaraj and K. Pitchumani, RSC Adv., 2013, (3), 11566. (IF: 3.70, Citations: 3)
3) A highly selective ratiometric fluorescent chemosensor for Cu(II) based on dansyl- functionalized silver nanoparticles.
V. Tharmaraj and K. Pitchumani, J. Mater. Chem. B, 2013, (1), 1962. (IF: NA, Citations: 9)
4) An acyclic, dansyl based colorimetric and fluorescent chemosensor for Hg(II) via twisted intramolecular charge transfer(TICT).
V. Tharmaraj and K. Pitchumani, Anal. Chim. Acta, 2012, (751), 171. (IF: 4.51, Citations: 13)
5) An intramolecular charge transfer(ICT) based chemosensor for silver ion using 4-methoxy-N-(thiophen-2-yl)methyl)benzenamine.
V. Tharmaraj, S. Devi and K. Pitchumani, Analyst, 2012, (137), 5320. (IF: 3.90, Citations: 10)
6) Alginate stabilized silver nanocube–Rh6G composite as a highly selective mercury sensor in aqueous solution.
V. Tharmaraj and K. Pitchumani, Nanoscale, 2011, (3), 1166. (IF: 6.74, Citations: 18)
List of Co-Authored Publications
7) G. P. Chandra Rao, V. Tharmaraj and Y. Jyisy, RSC Adv., 2014, (Revision has been submitted).
8) P. Kaleeswaran, I. Abulkalam Azath, V. Tharmaraj, K. Pitchumani, Chem. Plus. Chem., 2014, (9), 1361. (IF: 3.24)
9) S. Johnson Retnaraj Samuel, Y. Beryl Vedha, A. Edith Arul Jane, K. Amutha, S. Dinesh, S. Jackson Durairaj, RM. Kalidas, S. Elaiya raja, V. Tharmaraj, K. Pitchumani and S. Sudhakar, Stem. Cells. Dev., 2012, (21), 2071. (IF: 4.20, Citations: 1)
10) A. Dhakshinamoorthy, P. Visuvamithiran, V. Tharmaraj and K. Pitchumani, Catal. Commun., 2011, (16), 15. (IF: 3.32, Citations: 16)
11) S.C.G. Kiruba Daniel, V. Tharmaraj, T. Anitha Sironmani and K. Pitchumani, Bullet. Mater. Sci., 2011, (34), 639. (IF: 0.87, Citations: 3)
12) S.C.G. Kiruba Daniel, V. Tharmaraj, T. Anitha Sironmani and K. Pitchumani, Appl. Clay Sci., 2010, (48), 547. (IF: 2.70, Citations: 34)
Researchgroup, Institute, University, School, Company name
Laboratory of Vibrational Spectroscopy and Optical Sensing Technology, National Chung-Hsing University
Researchgroup, Institute, Company, University, School webpage
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