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(1) Alumina supported nanoruthenium as efficient heterogeneous catalyst for the selective H2O2 oxidation of aliphatic and aromatic sulfides to sulfoxides, Veerakumar, P.; Lu, Z-Z.; Velayudham, M.; Lu, K.-L.; Rajagopal, S. J. Mol. Catal. A. 332 (2010) 128137.
(2) Highly dispersed silica-supported nanocopper as efficient heterogeneous catalyst: Application in the synthesis of 1,2,3-triazoles and thioethers,
Veerakumar, P.; Velayudham, M.; Lu, K.-L.; Rajagopal, S. Catal. Sci. Tech., 1 (2011) 15121525.
(3) Ru/Al2O3 catalyzed N-oxidation of tertiary amines by using H2O2
Veerakumar, P.; Balakumar, S.; Velayudham, M.; Lu, K.-L.; Rajagopal, S. Catal. Sci. Tech., 2 (2012) 11401145.
(4) Polyelectrolyte capped gold nanoparticles as efficient active catalyst for reduction of aromatic nitro compounds by kinetic method,
Veerakumar, P.; Velayudham, M.; Lu, K.-L.; Rajagopal, S. Appl. Catal. A. 439–440 (2012) 197205.
(5) Silica-supported PEI capped nanopalladium as potential catalyst in Suzuki, Heck and Sonogashira coupling reactions,
Veerakumar, P.; Velayudham, M.; Lu, K.-L.; Rajagopal, S. Appl. Catal. A. 455 (2013) 247260.
(6) Ruthenium nanocatalysis on redox reactions,
Veerakumar, P.; Ramdass, A.; Rajagopal, S. J. Nanosci. Nanotech., 13 (2013) 47614786.
(7) Electrochemical detection of 4-nitrophenol based on biomass derived activated carbons,
Madhu, R.; Karuppiah, C.; Chen, S.-M.; Veerakumar, P.; Liu, S.-B. Anal. Methods, 6 (2014) 52745280.
(8) Porous carbon modified electrodes as highly selective and sensitive sensors for detection of dopamine,
Veerakumar, P.; Madhu, R.; Chen, S.-M.; Hung, C.-T.; Tang, P-H.; Wang, C.-B.; Liu, S.-B. Analyst, 139 (2014) 49945000.
(9) Highly stable and active palladium supported on carbon porous materials for enhanced catalytic applications,
Veerakumar, P.; Madhu, R.; Chen, S-M.; Veeramani, V.; C.-T.; Tang, P-H.; Wang, C.-B.; Liu, S.-B. J. Mater. Chem. A, 2 (2014) 1601516022.
(10) Functional porous carbon/nickel oxide nanocomposite as binder-free electrode for supercapacitor application,
R. Madhu, Chen, S-M.; Veeramani, V.; Veerakumar, P.; Liu, S.-B. Chem. Euro. J. 21 (2015) 82008206.
(11) Ordered mesoporous carbon supported bifunctional PtM (M = Ru, Fe, Mo) catalysts for applications in fuel cells at anode,
Hung, C.-T.; Liou, Z-H.; Veerakumar, P.; Wu, P-H.; Liu, T.-C.; Liu, S-B. Chin. J. Catal., 37 (2016) 4353.
(12) Heteroatom-enriched porous carbon/nickel oxide nanocomposite as ultra-high sensitive enzyme-free glucose sensing application,
Madhu, R.; Chen, S.-M.; Veeramani, V.; Veerakumar, P.; Liu, S-B. Sens. Actuators A, 21 (2015) 13841390.
(13) Cajeput tree bark derived activated carbon for practical electrochemical detection of vanillin,
Veeramani, V.; Madhu, R.; Chen, S.-M.; Veerakumar, P.; Syu, J.-J.; Liu, S.-B. New J. Chem., 39 (2015) 91099115.
(14) Highly stable ruthenium nanoparticles on 3D mesoporous carbon: an excellent opportunity for reduction reactions,
Veerakumar, P.; Dhenadhayalan, N.; Lin, K.-C.; S.-B. Liu, J. Mater. Chem. A, 3 (2015), 2344823457.
(15) Nickel Nanoparticle-Decorated Porous Carbons for Highly Active Catalytic Reduction of Organic Dyes and Sensitive Detection of Hg(II) Ions,
Veerakumar, P.; Chen, S.-M.; Madhu, R.; Veeramani, V.; Hung, C.-T.; Liu, S.-B. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 7 (2015) 2481024821.
(16) Ruthenium nanoparticles decorated curl-like porous carbons for high performance supercapacitors,
Lou, B.-S.; Veerakumar, P.; Chen, S.-M.; Veeramani, V.; Madhu, R.; Liu, S.-B. Sci. Rep, 6 (2016) 19949.
(17) Palladium nanoparticles incorporated porous activated carbon: electrochemical detection of toxic metal ions
Veerakumar, P.; Veeramani, V.; Chen, S-M.; Madhu, R. Liu, S.-B. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 8 (2016) 13191326.
(18) Hydrothermal synthesis of NiWO4 crystals for high performance non-enzymatic glucose biosensors
Mani, S.; Veeramani, V.; Chen, S.-M.; Madhu, R.; Veerakumar, P.; Chang, J.-Y.; Liu, S.-B. Sci.Rep., 6 (2016) 24128.
(19) Functional porous carbon-ZnO nanocomposites for the high performance biosensors and energy storage applications
Madhu, R.; Veeramani, V.; Chen, S.-M.; Veerakumar, P.; Liu, S.-B.; Miyamoto, N. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 18 (2016) 1646616475.
(20) Carbon-boron core-shell microspheres for oxygen reduction reaction
Periasamy, A. P.; Ravindranath, R.; Roy, P.; Wu, W.-P.; Chang, H.-T.; Veerakumar, P.; Liu, S.-B. J. Mater. Chem. A, 4 (2016) 12987–12994.
(21) Biomass-derived activated carbon supported Fe3O4 nanoparticles as recyclable catalysts for reduction of nitroarenes
Veerakumar, P.; Muthuselvam, I. P.; Hung, C.-T.; Lin, K.-C.; Chou, F.-C.; Liu, S.-B. ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng.,4 (2016) 6772−6782.
(22) Economically applicable Ti2O3 decorated m-aminophenol-formaldehyde resin microspheres for dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSCs)
Sasikumar, R.; Ranganathan, P.; Chen, S.-M.; Sireesha, P.; Chen, T.-W.; Veerakumar, P.; Rwei, S.-P.; Kavitha, T. J. Colloid and Interface Sci., 494 (2017) 82–91.
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