My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Nanometar powder phosphors through Sol-gel method
nanodevices, Nano preparation materials and Sensor materials Spintranics devices and Magnetisium.
8. B. Chandra Babu and S. Buddhudu “Studies on optical and electrical properties of Cu2+,Ni2+,Co2+, Mn2+ & Cr3+: Zn2SiO4 Sol-gel materials” Journal of Spectroscopy and Dynamics Communicated 2014)
7. B. Chandra Babu, K. Naveen Kumar, B. H. Rudramadevi and S. Buddhudu “Synthesis, structural and dielectric properties of Cu2+, Ni2+ & Co2+:Zn2SiO4 nanoceramics by a sol-gel method” Ferroelectrics Letters Section (2014) DOI.10.1080 / 07315171. 2014.908682 (Taylor & Francis,USA)
6. B. Chandra Babu and S. Buddhudu “Analysis of structural and electrical properties of Ni2+:Zn2SiO4 ceramic powders by sol-gel method” Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology (2014) DOI 10.1007/s10971-014-3296-6 (International Sol-Gel Society publications, USA)
5. B. Chandra Babu and S. Buddhudu, “Spectral analysis of Cu2+:Zn2SiO4, Ni2+:Zn2SiO4 & Co2+:Zn2SiO4 nanocomposites by a sol-gel method” Indian Journal of Physics (2014) DOI 10.1007 /s12648-014-0455-0 (Springer India, Kolkata).
4. B. Chandra Babu and S. Buddhudu, “Emission spectra of Tb3+: Zn2SiO4 and Eu3+:Zn2SiO4 sol-gel powder phosphors” Journal of Spectroscopy and Dynamics, 4 (2014) 1-8.
3. B. Chandra Babu and S. Buddhudu “Dielectric properties of Willemite -Zn2SiO4 nanopowders by sol-gel method” Physics Procedia (Elsevier, Netherlands) 49 (2013) 122-130.
2. B. Chandra Babu, V. Naresh, B. Jaya Prakash and S. Buddhudu “Structural, Thermal and Dielectric Properties of Lithium Zinc Silicate Ceramic Powders by Sol-Gel Method” Ferroelectrics Letter Section (Taylor Francis, USA), 38(2011) 114-127.
1. B. Chandra Babu and S. Buddhudu “Structural and optical analysis of ZnO:Li+ sol-gel powder” International Journal of Physics, 3 (2010)111-123.
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Department of Physics, S.V. University, Tirupati.
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