Advanced Carbon Products and Metrology Section

The advanced carbon products and metrology group is leading centre of India engaged in carrying out R&D in the area of advanced carbon materials, magnetic materials and thermoelectric materials  catering to the need of the country in the Industrial, Health, Energy as well as Strategic sectors like Defense, Aerospace and Nuclear power.






Dr. S. R. Dhakate, Chief Scientist



Dr. B. P. Singh, Principal Scientist

Dr. Priyanka Heda Maheshwari, Principal Scientist

Dr. M. Sarvanan, Principal Scientist

Dr. Saroj Kumari, Senior Scientist

Dr. Kiran M. Subhedhar, Senior Scientist

Dr. Bhaskar Gahtori, Senior Scientist

Dr. Vijay Kumar Toutem. Senior Scientist

Dr. Kriti Tyagi, Scientist

Technical Support:

Mr. R. K. Seth, Senior Technical Officer

Ms. Shaveta Sharma Sharda, Senior Technical officer

Mr. Radhey Shyam, Technical Officer

Mr. Naval Kishore Upadhyay, Technical Officer

Ms.Preeti Shrivastava. Technical Assistant

Current R & D projects:

Current and upcoming projects.

  1. Establishing centre for ballistic material testing and MWCNTs based armour materials (Mission project)


  2. Development of high density isotropic nuclear grade graphite (BARC project)  
  3. Demonstration and validation of a 5 KW HT-PEMFC based on combined cooling and power system (NMITLI with Thermax Industry).
  4. Characterization of coal tar, their conversion into coal tar pitch and  zero Q.I. pitch, and characterization (consultancy project from Tata steel limited, Jamshedpur)
  5. Carbon fiber composite limbs for recurve archery bow (MSME).
  6. Conversion of crop stubble and municipal solid waste (MSW) in to bio coal by Torrefaction as useful raw material for co-firing in  thermal power plants (NTPC).
  7. Development of Lithium titanate-graphene based battery chemistry for EVs anode for LiB.
  8. Creation of National Center for Battery Evaluation & Safety Test (NC-BEST)
  9. CSIR Young Scientist Research Grant on “Direct Synthesis of Carbon Nanotube Yarn by Chemical Vapor Deposition.
  10. Development of Efficient and Economically viable Carbon Nano Materials for Water Purification (CSIR – YSA grant project).
  11. Development of BND of Graphitized petroleum Coke (In – house).
  12. Development of BND of Calcined Petroleum Coke (Upcoming).
  13. Development of fiberboards and panel from agricultural waste and polymers (Upcoming).

Projects highlights:

  1. Feasibility studies on the preparation of activated carbon from Jute sticks

    The jute stick is a lingo-cellulosic based waste biomass after retting jute fiber from jute plant. Its chemical composition consists of carbon, oxygen, hydrogen and some other organic compounds. Therefore, it is possible to convert in to charcoal or activated carbon. In this directional National Jute Board, Ministry of textile has approaches NPL to make value added product such as charcoal and activated carbon from waste jute stick, so that indirectly it can help in improving social and economical situation of farmers in north eastern state of the country.  NPL has taken up project from National Jute Board on Feasibility studies on the preparation of activated carbon from Jute sticks. The Jute stick biomass is converted into bio oil, charcoal, non-condensable gases as fuel and later on activated carbon. The activated carbon derived from jute stick possesses surface area in the range 1000-1600 m 2 /g having maximum pores of ~3 nm size.

  2. Conversion of crop stubble in to biochar by torrefaction as useful raw material for co-firing in thermal power plants

    India is a developing country and there is always increasing demand of power (electricity) for the growth of country economy. In India at present more than 57% of power generated by using nonrenewable energy source coal which is around 200 GW of power generated by using more than 700 million tonne of coal. India is agriculture based country and generates more than 600 million tonne of biomass waste from different crops, and produce 140 million tonne rice straw annually. The rice straw burning in the agriculture field poses lot of environmental, health and economical issues in the various part of India on the other hand it is good renewable source of energy. In India generally the bituminous coal of gross calorific value in range of 3500-4000 Kcal/ kg and density 800-900 kg/m 3 are used for generation of electricity. To make biomass rice straw in to a useful material in co-firing thermal power plant by torrefaction with the potential to replace 10 % bituminous coal. It is observed that rice straw torrified at particular temperature  gives gross calorific value in between from 3640 to 4342 Kcal/ kg . The volume of torrified material decreases significantly as compared to raw rice straw. The rice straw powder and torrified material pellets demonstrate significant improvement in the densification which is analogous to that of bituminous coal. Therefore pellets can be stored together with coal and processed using the existing infrastructure for co-firing.  The 10 % use of torrified rice with coal can consume 140 million tonnes of rice straw and as a results reduction in significant amount of green house gases hence earning of carbon credit.

  3. Development of Carbon Nanotubes based Body Armour Materials: Mission Project

    For the development of light weight bullet proof vest and shield best material will have a high level of elastic storage energy that will cause bullet to bounce back and to be deflected. Among the different light weight materials, CNT is potential candidate for bulletproof vests due to its unique combination of exceptionally high elastic modulus and high yield strain. The Young’s modulus of about 1000 GPa, tensile strength ranging between 13-53 GPa as well as high value of thermal conductivity and strain at tensile failure predicted to be as high as ~ 16% with specific gravity of CNTs is about 1.4 g/cm 3 .  CSIR-NPL has taken an initiative on the development of light weight body armour materials. CNT based papers has been sandwiched between the ultra high molecular weight polyethylene sheets for making light weight body armour plates. These vest plates have also been tested for ballistic performance and passed successfully.

  4. Development of high density isotropic nuclear grade graphite

    NPL is developing high density isotropic graphite of size diameter 75 mm and length 150 mm for BARC using suitable coal tar pitch which is easily available in the country. The high density isotropic graphite should possess bulk density   >1.80g/cm 3 ,   Bending strength >35 MPa, Compressive strength >65 MPa, Thermal conductivity >90 W/mK, coefficient of thermal expansion < 5.5 x 10 -6 /°C, grain size <20 µm, tensile strenght >22 MPa etc.  

  5. Flexible MWCNTs bucky paper as anode material for Li ion batteries
  6. Development of Carbon Nanotube Based Yarn

    In order to fully utilize the excellent mechanical and physical properties of individual CNTs at a macroscopic level, it is desirable to fabricate various macroscopic CNT based materials. Initiative on the development of continuous process for the synthesis of CNTs yarn has been taken by the chemical vapor deposition set-up in the laboratory. CNTs yarn has been demonstrated by carrying a load and lighting a LED instead of using copper wire. The process can be improved to produce CNTs yarn with tensile strength surpassing that of commercial carbon fibres. These materials will be very important for the strategic sector where high strength and impact strength along with low density is the prime requirement.

  7. Feasibility studies on the development of value added carbon products using coal tar

    Coal tar is by-product obtained after destructive distillation of metallurgical coal carried out by the steel industry. The coal tar is a complex mixture of variety of compounds of different functionality and has wide range of molecular weight. The main compounds in coal tar are polycyclic aromatic and heterocyclic hydrocarbons compounds. Tata steel limited, Jamshedpur approaches NPL for developing value added carbon products from coal tar. In this direction NPL has taken up feasibility study project for the development mesocarbon microbeads and carbon foam from coal tar. Optical micrograph shows the formation of mesocarbon microbead (MCMB) of spherical size of anisotropic characteristic in coal tar pitch developed by heat treating at 410 o C. These mesocarbon microbeads of spherical size are separated by solvent extraction method from coal tart pitch and heat treated to get mesocarbon microbeads powder shown in SEM image. The MCMB can be used as anode material in Li ion Batteries.

  8. High quality graphene synthesis by Chemical vapor deposition technique

    A custom-made CVD set up designed developed for growth of high quality single layer graphene. CVD growth of continuous and spatially uniform single layer graphene has been established by process of sequential melting-resolidification-recrystallization of copper substrate. Controlled CVD growth process has been developed for of twisted and AB stacked Bilayer graphene.

  9. Thermoelectric Materials and Devices

    The main focus of the thermoelectric materials and devices are to develop novel thermoelectric materials and devices based on Si-Ge alloys, magnesium silicides and copper selenides for harnessing solar energy and other forms of waste heat. The other activities include process technology to produce p & n-type bulk materials, with high figure-of-merit, design & development of an efficient thermoelectric device (employing the developed thermoelectric materials) and its performance evaluation.

    Owing to its green technology, vigorous efforts are being made world-wide to realize thermoelectric waste-heat recovery devices for energy generation and this technology is rapidly emerging as a suitable alternative to other existing renewable sources of energy.  However, despite decades of research, currently there are no thermoelectric devices available commercially for harnessing waste-heat in the high temperature range (> 300°C) due to several technological impediments. Even the existing commercial devices (< 300°C) have a limited efficiency ~ 5% and are made of elements which are both toxic (Pb) and expensive (Te, Ag, RE).  Despite several n & p-type thermoelectric materials available with high figure-of-merit for higher temperature applications (Chalcogenides, Skuttrudites, Silicides with ZT as high as 1.5 - 2.6), most of these are either not stable at high-temperatures or are incompatible in terms of matching thermoelectric properties and coefficient of thermal expansion of their n & p-type counterparts at high operating temperatures.  

    In this group, the research was mainly focused on the development of novel thermoelectric materials with enhanced figure-of-merit and special emphasis on the design, synthesis, characterization and thermoelectric property evaluation of several novel nanostructured thermoelectric materials (Lead, Tellurium and Halfnium free), such as, Cu 2 Se, Mg 2 Si, MnSi, SiGe, Half-Heusler, Skutturudites and other novel thermoelectric materials. The focus of research was to develop compatible n & p-type thermoelectric elements for integration as a thermoelectric device.


  1. Thermo Gravimetric Analysis (TGA)
  2. Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC)
  3. Thermo Mechanical Analysis (TMA)


  4. BET Surface Area, Pore Size Distribution and Pore volume
  5. Instron Universal Testing Machine Model 5965, USA
  6. Dynamic Mechanical Analyser (DMA)
  7. UV-Vis Spectrophotometer
  8. Electrochemical Workstation with Impedance Analyzer
  9. pH/ ISE Meter with Fluoride Ion Selective Electrode
  10. Rheometer
  11. Renishaw in Via Raman Spectrometer
  12. Twin Screw Extruder (Micro Compounder for Small Sample Amounts)
  13. Haake MiniJet (Injection Moulding Machine)
  14. Twin Screw Extruder
  15. Continuous Nanofiber processing by Electrospinning
  16. Tribometer (Nanoindenter)
  17. CHNS elemental analyzer

    It provides a means for the determination of Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen and Sulphur (CHNS) in the organic and inorganic matter. A wide variety of sample types like solids, liquids, and polymers can be analyzed for its CHNS content.

  18. Spark plasma sintering technique
  19. X-Ray Diffractometer
  20. Field emission scanning electron microscope with EBSD facility
  21. Seebeck coefficient and electrical resistivity measurement facility used for electrical transport properties.
  22. Laser flash thermal diffusivity
  23. Differential Scanning Calorimetry
  24. Melt spinning unit
  25. Mini Arc melter (Single arc)
  26. Vibrating Sample Magnetometer (3.1 T)
  27. Pulse magnetizer and demagnetizer
  28. Thermoelectric Conversion Efficiency Evaluation System
  29. Hall Effect Measurement System (HEMS)


Patents (Filed/Granted/Published )

  1. A process for the preparation of low-density multi-component graphite composite bipolar plates, R.B.Mathur, S.R.Dhakate, S. Sharma, and T.L. Dhami (Indian patent office 766/DEL/2010 Ref. No.106NF2009)
  2. Light weight carbon foam as electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding and thermal Interface material for Aerospace applications, S.R. Dhakate, Rajeev Kumar, R.B. Mathur, P.K. Saini (Indian and   USA, Japan Applied (0168NF2012) 3615 DEL2012 (26 Nov 2012)) .
  3. Transmucosal delivery of insulin using polymeric nanofibers , Abhinandan Sharma, G. Rath,Amit Goyal,  S.R. Dhakate( DEL-2574/2012 ).
  4. Low cost and high yield electrospun poly(vinyl alcohol)  based carbon nanofibers, S.R. Dhakate, Ashish Gupta, Anisha Chaudhary, R.B. Mathur 0071NF2014 ( Jan2014) India and Japan ( 2227DEL 2014).
  5. High performance light weight carbon fiber-electrospun carbon nanofibers hybrid polymer  Composites, S.R. Dhakate, Anisha Chaudhary, Ashish Gupta, R.B. Mathur 2014 (April2) India and Japan0139NF2014 (April 2014) 2417DEL 2014.
  6. A new route to develop of high density isotropic graphite, Saroj Kumari, Rajeev Kumar and S.R. Dhakate (0060NF2016) India.
  7. A new approach for the development of high strength carbon fiber/carbon nanotubes reinforced polymer nanocomposites, B.P. Singh, Satish Teotia, S.R. Dhakate, 201611036488, 25 Oct 2016 (Published).
  8. Process for the development of activated carbon from waste biomass jute sticks ,S.R. Dhakate, Bhanu Pratap Singh, Kiran Subhedar,  R.K. Seth, Shaveta Sharma, Jagdish Ghawana, Mr. Shailesh Kumar Yadav, Nahar Singh, Jai Tawale, M. Arvind Kumar, Ajay Dhar, D.K. Aswal (India).
  9. An environment-friendly and commercially – viable technological solution for crop stubble Burning, S.R. Dhakate, Bhanu Pratap Singh, Ajay Dhar and  D.K. Aswal  (India).
  10. Flexible and water resistant bi-luminescent polymeric nanofiber based mat as white security   Paper, Bipin Kumar Gupta, Amit Kumar Gangwa, Ashish Gupta, Bhanu Pratap Singh, S.R. Dhakate, Ajay  Dhar, D. K. Aswal (India)
  11. A process for the simultaneous growth of single-walled and multi-walled carbon nanotubes,  R.B.Mathur, C.Lal, T.L.Dhami, B.P.Singh , A.K.Gupta, and J.C. Ghawana Indian Patent IN200602581-I1, US Patent No.-7,955,663 (Granted).
  12. Light weight high electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding material based on carbon nanotubes reinforced polymer composite, B.P.Singh , Parveen Garg, Shailaja Pande, R.B.Mathur, Parveen Saini and S.K.Dhawan,  Patent filed 1793 DEL2011, (June 2011).
  13. Carbon nanotubes-metal nanocomposites as flexible, free standing, binder free high performance anode for li–ion battery, P. H. Maheshwari, Indu Elizabeth, B.P. Singh, Chanchal Gupta, R.B.Mathur, S. Gopukumar,  Indian Patent filed 1592DEL2014 (June 2014), US Patent 14/736,796 (June 2015) , US Patent No. US 10,003,075, June,19, 2018 (Granted).
  14. A process for making conducting carbon composite electrode suitable for fuel cell applications,Dr. R. B. Mathur, Dr. T. L. Dhami, Ms. Priyanka H. Maheshwari, Dr. A. K. Gupta, Dr. J. Rangarajan, Dr. R. K. Sharma, Dr. C. P. Sharma. Patent No. 286113. Date of grant 07.08.2017.
  15. Cathode material and lithium ion battery therefrom, S.Gopukumar, C.Nithya, R.Thirunakaran, A.Sivashanmugam, Sundeep Kumar Dhawan, Rakesh Behari Mathur, Priyanka H. Maheshwari (filed on April 2012): WO 2012/052810 .Filed in: USA, China, Japan, India, Europe.
  16. Light Weight, Flexible carbon based heaters, Dr. R. B. Mathur, Dr. Priyanka H. Maheshwari, and Dr. J. C. Sharma. 0617DEL2009 (filed on 26.03.2010).
  17. An improved process for the synthesis of nanostructured copper-selenide (Cu 2 Se) as a p-type thermoelectric   material with high thermoelectric figure-of-merit, Bhasker Gahtori, Bathula Sivaiah, Tyagi   Kriti, Srivasatava Avanish Kumar, Dhar Ajay,  Budhani Ramesh Chandra US9865791B2,09-01-2018, CN105765748A,03-07-2016, 2693/DEL/2013, 12-09-2013.
  18. Boron doped manganese antimonide as a useful permanent magnet material, Singh Nidhi, Pulikkotil Jiji Thomas Joseph, Gupta Anurag, Anand Kanika, Dhar Ajay, Budhani Ramesh Chandra Published 23-04-2015, United States Patent Application 20150110662, Oct. 16, 2014

Key Publications (Last Five years)

  1. High Strain Rate Behavior of Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes-Polycarbonate Composites  , Pashant Jindal, Shailaja Pande, Prince Sharma,Vikas Mangla, Anisha Chaudhury, Deepak Patel, B.P. Singh, R.B Mathur, Meenakshi Goyal, Composite Part B  ,45, 417-422, 2013, /10.1016/j.compositesb.2012.06.018 .
  2. Effective improvement of properties of the light weight carbon foam by decoration with multi-wall carbon nanotubes , Rajeev Kumar S.R. Dhakate ,   T.K.Gupta Parveen Saini ,   B. P. Singh  and   R.B. Mathur  , Journal of Materials Chemistry A,1, 5727-5735, 2013, DOI: 10.1039/C3TA10604G.
  3. Improved Nanoindentation and Microwave Shielding Properties of Modified MWCNT Reinforced Polyurethane Composites , T.K. Gupta, B.P Singh, S.R. Dhakate, V.N. Singh, R.B. Mathur, Journal of Materials Chemistry A , 1, 9138-9149,2013, DOI: 10.1039/C3TA11611E.
  4. Multi-walled  carbon nanotube-  graphene-polyaniline multiphase nanocomposite with  superior electromagnetic shielding effectiveness, Tejendra Gupta, B.P. Singh, R.B.Mathur and S.R.Dhakate,, Nanoscale 6, 842-851, 2014, DOI: 10.1039/C3NR04565J
  5. MnO 2 decorated graphene nanoribbons with superior permittivity and excellent   microwave shielding properties, Tejendra Kumar Gupta, Bhanu Pratap Singh, Vidya Nand Singh, Satish Teotia, Avanish Pratap Singh, Indu Elizabeth, S.R. Dhakate, Sundeep Kumar Dhawan and Rakesh Behari Mathur J. Mater. Chem. A, 2, 4256-4263, 2014, DOI : 10.1039/C3TA14854H.
  6. Strengthening of Semicoke based carbon nanocomposite through MWCNTs, Rajeev Kumar, S. R. Dhakate, R.B. Mathur  Applied Nanoscience 2014,4,601-611, DOI 10.1007/s13204-013-0237-6.
  7. In-vivo wound healing performance of drug loaded electrospun composite nanofibers transdermal patch, Karun Kataria, A. Gupta, G.Rath, R.B. Mathur, S. R. Dhakate Int. J. Pharmaceutics 469, 1, 102–110, DOI : 10.1016/j.ijpharm.2014.04.047.
  8. Improved microwave absorption in light weight resin based carbon foam by decorating  with magnetic and dielectric nanoparticles, R. Kumar, A. P. Singh, M. Chand, R. P. Pant, R. K. Kotnala, S. K. Dhawan, R. B. Mathur, S. R. Dhakate, RSC Adv 2014, 4(45), 23476-23484, DOI: 10.1039/C4RA01731E.
  9. Electrospun Chitosan-Polyvinyl alcohol composite nanofibers loaded with Cerium for   efficient removal of Arsenic from contaminated water, Reena Sharma, N. Singh, A. Gupta, S. Tiwari, S. K. Tiwari, S. R.Dhakate,, Journal Materials Chemistry A. 2014,2, 16669-16677, DOI: 10.1039/C4TA02363C .
  10. Investigations on phosphorous doped hydrogenated amorphous silicon carbide thin films deposited by a filtered cathodic vacuum arc technique for photo detecting applications, R. K. Tripathi , O. S. Panwar , A. K. Kesarwani, Ishpal Rawal , B. P. Singh, M. K. Dalai and S. Chockalingam , RSC Advances , Volume 4, pp 54388–54397 (2014). DOI : 10.1039/C4RA08343A
  11. Enhancing thermoelectric properties of a p-type Mg 3 Sb 2 -based Zintl phase compound by Pb substitution in the anionic framework , A Bhardwaj, DK Misra, RSC Advances , 4, p 34552, (2014), DOI: 10.1039/C4RA04889J.
  12. Improving the thermoelectric performance of TiNiSn half-Heusler via incorporating submicron lamellae eutectic phase of Ti 70.5 Fe 29.5 : a new strategy for enhancing the power factor and reducing the thermal conductivity , A Bhardwaj, DK Misra, Journal of Materials Chemistry A 2, 48, p 20980,(2014), DOI : 10.1039/c4ta04661g,
  13. Band structure and transport studies of copper selenide: An efficient thermoelectric material, K Tyagi, B Gahtori, S Bathula, S Auluck, Ajay Dhar, Applied Physics Letters, 17, p. 173905, (2014), /10.1063/1.4900927 .
  14. Thermoelectric properties of Cu 3 SbSe 3 with intrinsically ultralow lattice thermal conductivity, K Tyagi, B Gahtori, S Bathula, AK Srivastava, Ajay Dhar, Journal of Materials Chemistry A 2, p15829, (2014), DOI: 10.1039/C4TA02590C.
  15. CNTMembrane as a Free Standing Electrode for PEM Fuel Cell, Priyanka H. Maheshwari ,   Chanchal Gupta ,   Vinod Selvaganesh , R. B. Mathur , J. Electrochem. Soc. 2014 volume 161, issue 12, F1146-F1153. ( /10.1149/2.0201412jes)
  16. Effect feed rate on the properties of Multiwalled Carbon nanotubes prepared from  Chemical Vapor Deposition method, Chanchal Gupta, Priyanka H. Maheshwari, R.B.Mathur,  Adv. Sci. Lett. 20 (7-9) (2014) 1454-1458.( /10.1166/asl.2014.5517 )
  17. Enhanced performance of PEM Fuel Cell using MWCNT reinforced Carbon Paper, Priyanka H. Maheshwari, R. B. Mathur, RSC Advances 4 (2014) 22324-22333.( 10.1039/C4RA01272K)
  18. Role of Fiber length and pore former on the porous network of Carbon paper electrode and its performance in PEMFC, Priyanka H. Maheshwari, Chanchal Gupta, R. B. Mathur, Fuel Cells 14(4) (2014) 566-573.( 10.1002/fuce.201300290 ).
  19. New Insight into Shape-Controlled Synthesis and microwave shielding properties of iron oxide covered with reduced graphene oxide,  A.P. Singh, Swati Varshney, Narayan Agrawal, Y. Pandey, B. P. Singh, V.N. Singh, B.K. Gupta, S.K. Dhawan, RSC Advances,4, 62413-62422,2014, DOI: 10.1039/C4RA10417J.
  20. Tailored polyaniline/barium strontium titanate/expanded graphite multiphase composite for efficient radar absorption , Pradeep Sambyal, A.P. Singh, Meenaskshi Verma, Mohd. Farukh, B.P. Singh, S. K. Dhawan, RSC Advances,4, 12614-12624, 2014, DOI: 10.1039/C3RA46479B.
  21. A commercial approach for the fabrication of bulk and nano phosphors converted into highly efficient white LEDs, Jaya Dwivedi, Pawan Kumar, Arun Kumar, VN Singh, B.P.Singh, S.K. Dhawan, V Shanker, B.K. Gupta, RSC Advances,4, 54936-54947, 2014, DOI: 10.1039/C4RA11318G.
  22. Room temperature lead-free relaxor–antiferroelectric electroceramics for energy storage applications, H. Borkar, V.N. Singh, B.P. Singh, M. Tomar, V. Gupta, A.Kumar, RSC Advances, 4, 22840-22847,2014, DOI: 10.1039/C4RA00094C.
  23. Encapsulation of ?-Fe 2 O 3 decorated reduced graphene oxide in polyaniline core-shell tubes as an exceptional tracker for electromagnetic environmental pollution , A. P. Singh, Monika Mishra, Pradeep Sambyal, B. K.Gupta, B. P. Singh, Amita Chandra, S.K. Dhawan, Journal of Materails Chemistry A,2, 3581-3593, 2014, DOI: 10.1039/C3TA14212D.
  24. Performance of nanoarchitectured tin oxide@ reduced graphene oxide composite as a shield against electromagnetic polluting radiation, M. Mishra, A.P. Singh, B.P. Singh, S.K. Dhawan, RSC Advances,4,  25904-25911,2014, DOI: 10.1039/C4RA01860E.
  25. Conducting ferrofluid: a high-performance microwave shielding material, M. Mishra, A.P. Singh, B.P. Singh, V.N. Singh, S.K. Dhawan, Journal of Materials Chemistry A,2, 13159-13168,2014, DOI: 10.1039/C4TA01681E.
  26. Mechanical and electrical properties of multiwall carbon nanotube/polycarbonate composites for electrostatic discharge and electromagnetic interference shielding applications, S. Pande, A. Chaudhary, D. Patel, B.P. Singh, R.B. Mathur, RSC Advances,4, 13839-13849,2014, DOI: 10.1039/C3RA47387B.
  27. Growth of carbon nanotube filaments on carbon fiber cloth by catalytic chemical vapor deposition, B.P. Singh, Veena Choudhary, V.N. Singh, R.B. Mathur, Applied Nanoscience,4, 997-1003, 2014, 10.1007/s13204-013-0281-2 .
  28. Enhanced Microwave shielding and mechanical properties of multiwall carbon nanotubes anchored carbon fibre felt reinforced epoxy multiscale composites, B.P.Singh, Preetam Bhardwaj, Veena Choudhary, R.B.Mathur, Appl Nanosci, 4, 421-428, 2014, /10.1007/s13204-013-0214-0.
  29. Multifunctional, robust, light-weight, free-standing MWCNT/phenolic composite paper as anodes for lithium ion batteries and EMI shielding material, S Teotia, BP Singh, Indu Elizabeth, V.N. Singh, R. Ravikumar, A.P. Singh, S. Gopukumar, S.K. Dhawan, A. Srivastava, R.B. Mathur, RSC Advances, 4, 33168-33174,2014, DOI: 10.1039/C4RA04183F .
  30. Large scale production of three dimensional carbon nanotube pillared graphene network for bi-functional optical properties, R. Kamaliya, B.P. Singh, B.K. Gupta, V.N. Singh, T.K. Gupta, R Gupta, P Kumar, R. B.Mathur, Carbon, 78, 147-155, 2014, /10.1016/j.carbon.2014.06.062 .
  31. Origin of radial breathing mode in multiwall carbon nanotubes synthesized by catalytic chemical vapor deposition , Ravi Gupta, B. P. Singh, V.N. Singh, T. K Gupta, R. B. Mathur, Carbon, 66, 724-726, 2014, /10.1016/j.carbon.2013.08.057 .
  32. Mechanical and electrical properties of high performance MWCNT/polycarbonate   composites prepared by industrial viable twin screw extruder with back flow channel, B.P.  Singh, Arun Babal, Ravi Gupta, V. N. Singh, R. B. Mathur, S. R. Dhakate, RSC advances2014,4, 64649-58 ,DOI: 10.1039/C4RA11319E.
  33. Probing the engineered sandwich network of vertically aligned carbon nanotube-reduced graphene oxide composites for high performance electromagnetic interference shielding applications, A.P. Singh, Monika Mishra, D. P. Hashim, T.N. Narayanan, M.G. Hahm, Pawan Kumar, Jaya Dwivedi, Garima Kedawat, Ankit Gupta, B. P. Singh, Amita Chandra, Robert Vajtai, S. K. Dhawan, P. M. Ajayan and BKGupta, Carbon, 85, 79-88,2015, DOI: 10.1016/j.carbon.2014.12.065 .
  34. Nanostructuring effect of   multi-walled carbon nanotubes on electrochemical properties of    carbon foam as constructive electrode for lead-acid battery, R. Kumar, Saroj Kumari, R.B. Mathur and S.R. Dhakate , Appl Nanosci.2015,5:53–61, /10.1007/s13204-014-0291-8 .
  35. Nickel nanoparticles embedded in  carbon foam for improving electromagnetic shielding Effectiveness,  Rajeev Kumar, Saroj Kumari, S.R. Dhakate,, Applied Nanosci. 2015, 5, 5, 553-61, /10.1007/s13204-014-0349-7.  
  36. Graphene Boost thermoelectric Performance of a Zintl phase Compound,   A. Bhardwaj, A. Sukla, S.R. Dhakate, D.K. Misra RSC Advances, 2015, 5,11058 -11070, DOI:  10.1039/C4RA15456H.      
  37. Cerium functionalized PVA-Chitosan composite nanofibers for effective remediation of   ultra-low concentrations of Hg (II) in water, R. Sharma, N. Singh, S. Tiwari, S.K. Tiwari and S.R. Dhakate,  RSC Advances2015, 5,16622– 16630, DOI : 10.1039/c4ra15085f.
  38. Nanoparticles decorated coal tar pitch based carbon foam with enhanced electromagnetic radiation absorption capability, Rajeev Kumar, Ashish Gupta, S. R. Dhakate,  RSC Advances, 2015, 5, 20256 -20264 , DOI:  10.1039/C5RA00247H.
  39. Enhanced nano-mechanical properties of reduced graphene oxide reinforced shape memory polymer composites, Tejendra K.Gupta, Bhanu P.Singh, Ravi Kant Tripathi, S. R.Dhakate, Vidya N. Singh, O.S. Panwar, Rakesh B. Mathur,RSC Adv.,2015,5, 16921-30, DOI: 10.1039/C4RA14223C.
  40. Mesocarbon microsphere composites with Fe3O4 nanoparticles for outstanding  electromagnetic interference shielding effectiveness, Ridham Dhawan, Saroj Kumari,   Rajeev Kumar, S. K. Dhawan, S. R. Dhakate, RSC Adv., 2015,5, 43279-43289, DOI: 10.1039/C5RA03332B.
  41. Polymer nanocomposites foam filled with carbon nonmaterial’s as an efficient electromagnetic interference shielding material, S. R. Dhakate, Kiran Subhedar and B.P. Singh, RSC   Adv., 2015,5, 43036-43057, DOI: 10.1039/C5RA03409D.
  42. Depression in glass transition temperature of multiwalled carbon nanotubes reinforced polycarbonate composites: Effect of functionlization, Arun Babal, Bhanu Pratap Singh, Ravi Gupta and S.R Dhakate, RSC Adv., 2015, 5,43462, DOI: 10.1039/C5RA05825B.
  43. Microwave shielding properties of Co/Ni decorated single walled carbon nanotubes, B.P. Singh, D.K. Saket, A.P. Singh, Santwana PAti, T.K. Gupta, V.N. Singh, S.R.Dhakate,    S.K. Dhawan, R.K. Kotnala, R.B..Mahtur, Materials Chemistry A, 3, 13203-13209, 2015, DOI: 10.1039/C5TA02381E
  44. Control of layer stacking in CVD graphene under quasi-static condition, Kiran M. Subhedar,   Indu Sharma, Sanjay R. Dhakate, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2015,17 (34),22304-22310, DOI: 10.1039/C5CP03541D.
  45. Role of substrate purity  and its crystallographic orientation on the defect density of  chemical vapor deposition grown monolayer grapheme, Munu Borah, Dilip K Singh and Kiran M Subhedar, S. R. Dhakate,  RSC Adv. 2015, 5, 69110, DOI: 10.1039/C5RA13480C.
  46. Superior mechanical and electrical  properties of multiwall carbon nanotube reinforced acrylonitrile butadiene styrene high  performance composites, Jeevan Jyoti, Surita Basu, B.P. Singh, S.R.Dhakate, Composites Part B 2015, 83,15,58–65, /10.1016/j.compositesb.2015.08.055 .
  47. Electroactive graphene-multi-walled carbon nanotubes hybrid supported impedimetric   immunosensor for the detection of human cardiac troponin-I, Shobhita Singal, Avanish K Srivastava, S.R. Dhakate, Ashok M. Biradar, and Rajesh,  RSC Advances 2015, 5(92),74994-57003. 10.1039/C5RA15449A


  48. Evaluation of physicochemical and biological properties of  Chitosan / Poly (vinyl alcohol) polymer blend membranes and their correlation for Vero cell  growth, Parul Sharma, Garima Mathur, S. R Dhakate, Subhash Chand, Navendu Goswami, Sanjeev K Sharma, Ashwani Mathur, Carbohydrate Polymers 2015•137,576-583. 10.1016/j.carbpol.2015.10.096 .
  49. Growth of dense CNT on the multilayer graphene film by the microwave plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition technique and their field emission properties, At. Bisht, S. Chockalingam, O. S. Panwar, A. K. Kesarwani, B. P. Singh, V. N. Singh, RSC Advance , Volume 5, pp 90111-90120 (2015). DOI: 10.1039/C5RA16917H.
  50. Role of nanoscale defect features in enhancing the thermoelectric performance of p-type nanostructured SiGe alloys , S Bathula, Bhasker Gahtori, AK Srivastava, A Dhar , Nanoscale, 7, p 12474, (2015), doi: 10.1039/c5nr01786f. Epub 2015 Jul 2.
  51. Giant Enhancement in Thermoelectric Performance of Copper Selenide by incorporation of different Nanoscale Dimensional Defect Features, B.Gahtori, Sivaiah, Kriti Tyagi, A. K. Srivastava and Ajay Dhar, Nano Energy , 13, p 36, (2015), DOI: 10.1016/j.nanoen.2015.02.008 .
  52. Development of SnO2/Multiwalled carbon nanotube paper as free standing anode for lithium ion batteries (LIB), Indu Elizabeth, R. B. mathur, Priyanka H. Maheshwari, B.P.Singh,S.Gopukumar,
  53. ElectrochimicaActa176,2015,735-742. 10.1016/j.electacta.2015.06.156.
  54. Microwave shielding properties of Co/Ni attached to single walled carbon nanotubes, B. P. Singh, D. K. Saket, A. P. Singh, Santwana Pati, T. K. Gupta, V. N. Singh, S. R. Dhakate, S. K. Dhawan, R. K. Kotnala and R. B. Mathur , Journal of Materials Chemistry A,3, 13203-13209, 2015, DOI: 10.1039/C5TA02381E.
  55. Excellent Impact Strength of Ethylene-Methyl Acrylate Copolymer Toughened Polycarbonate, Nisha Bagotia, Bhanu Pratap Singh, D.K. Sharma, Veena Choudhary, RSC Advances,5, 87589-87597,2015, DOI: 10.1039/C5RA18024D.
  56. Sandwich composites of polyurethane reinforced with poly (3, 4-ethylene dioxythiophene) coated multiwalled carbon nanotubes with exceptional electromagnetic interference shielding properties, Mohd. Farukh, Ridham Dhawan, B. P. Singh and S. K.  Dhawan , RSC Advances, 75229-75238, 2015, DOI: 10.1039/C5RA14105B.
  57. Barium ferrite decorated reduced graphene oxide nanocomposite for effective electromagnetic interference shielding, M. Verma, A.P. Singh, P. Sambyal, B.P. Singh, S.K. Dhawan, V. Choudhary, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 17, 1610-1618,2015, DOI: 10.1039/c4cp04284k .
  58. Electroforming Free High Resistance Resistive Switching of Graphene Oxide Modified Polar-PVDF, A Thakre, H Borkar, B.P. Singh, A Kumar, RSC Advances, 5, 57406-57413, 2015, DOI: 10.1039/C5RA08663A.
  59. Analysis of multi-wall carbon nanotube based porous Li battery electrodes’ using TOF-SIMS ion imaging, N Karar, B.P. Singh, I Elizabeth, Applied Surface Science,349, 644-649,2015, DOI: 10.1016/j.apsusc.2015.05.031.
  60. Electro-mechanical properties of free standing micro- and nano-scale polymer-ceramic composites for energy density capacitors, P. Singh, H. Borkar, B.P. Singh, V.N. Singh, A. Kumar, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 648, 698-705,2015, /10.1016/j.jallcom.2015.06.272 .
  61. Controlled substitution of S by Se in reactively sputtered CZTSSe thin films for solar cells, Om Pal Singh, N. Vijayan, K.N. Sood, B.P. Singh, V.N. Singh, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 648,595-600, 2015, /10.1016/j.jallcom.2015.06.276 .
  62. Strategy to synthesise nano-engineered polymer nanocomposite with a mechanically strong interface: a highly flexible ammonia gas sensor, P. Mazumdar, S. Chockalingam, S. Rattan,  RSC Advance , Volume 6, pp 73269-7328 (2016) . DOI: 10.1039/C6RA14502G.
  63. Facile synthesis of higher manganese silicide employing spark plasma assisted reaction sintering with enhanced thermoelectric performance, S Muthiah, RC Singh, BD Pathak, A Dhar, Scripta Materialia 119, 60-64 (2016), /10.1016/j.scriptamat.2016.03.026 .
  64. Electrical transport and mechanical properties of thermoelectric tin selenide, K Tyagi, B Gahtori, S Bathula, NK Singh, S Bishnoi, S Auluck, Ajay Dhar   RSC Advances , 6 p 11562, (2016), DOI: 10.1039/C5RA23742D.
  65. Silver based Nanomaterial, as a Selective Colorimetric Sensor for Visual Detection of Post Harvest Spoilage in Onion. Divya Sachdev*, V. Kumar, Priyanka H. Maheshwari, R.Pasricha, Deepthi,N.Baghel, Sensors & Actuators: B. Chemical, 228, 2016, 471-479.( /  10.1016/j.snb.2016.01.049)
  66. Bio-derived hierarchically macro-meso-micro porous carbon anode for lithium/sodium ion batteries, I Elizabeth, BP Singh, S Trikha, S Gopukumar, Journal of Power Sources,329,412-421.2016, doi: 10.1016/j.jpowsour.2016.08.106.
  67. Detailed dynamic rheological studies of multiwall carbon nanotube reinforced acrylonitrile butadiene styrene composite, Jeevan Jyoti, Bhanu Pratap Singh, Sheetal Rajput, V.N. Singh, S.R. Dhakate, Journal of Material Science, 51, 2643-2652, 2016, DOI: 10.1007/s10853-015-9578-8.
  68. In situ growth of silicon carbide–carbon nanotube composites, S Pati, BP Singh, DK Saket, BK Gupta, VN Singh, SR Dhakate, New Journal of Chemistry, 40, 3863-3868, 2016, DOI: 10.1039/C5NJ02924D.
  69. Influence of laser repetition rate on the structural and optical properties of GaN layers grown on sapphire (0001) by laser molecular beam epitaxy, SS Kushvaha, M Senthil Kumar, BS Yadav, Pawan K Tyagi, Sunil Ojha, KK Maurya, BP Singh, CrystEngComm, 18, 744-753, 2016, DOI: 10.1039/C5CE02257F.
  70. Dynamic Mechanical Properties of Multiwall Carbon Nanotube Reinforced ABS  Composites and its Correlation with Entanglement Density, Adhesion, Reinforcement  and C Factor, J. Jyoti, BP Singh, AK Arya, S.R. Dhakate, RSC Advances 2016,6 (5), 3997-4006, 10.1039/C5RA25561A,   DOI: 10.1039/C5RA25561A.
  71. In-situ growth of silicon carbide- carbon nanotube composites, Santwana Pati, B P Singh,D. K/Saket,  B. K. Gupta, V. N. Singh, S. R. Dhakate, New Journal of Chemistry 2016, 40 (4), 3863-3868, DOI: 10.1039/C5NJ02924D.
  72. Highly purified CNTs: An Exceedingly Efficient Catalyst Support for PEM Fuel Cell, Chanchal Gupta, Priyanka H. Maheshwari, Divya Sachdev, A. K. Sahu and S.   R. Dhakate,
  73. RSC Advances, 2016, 6, 32258-32271, / 10.1039/C5NJ02924D    
  74. Excellent mechanical properties of carbon fiber-semi aligned electrospun carbon Nanofibers  hybrid polymer composites, S.R. Dhakate, A. Chaudhary, A. Gupta, A. K. Pathak, B. P. Singh, K.   Subhedar, and T. Yokozeki, RSC Advances 2016, 6 (43), 36715-36722, 10.1039/C5RA28029J.
  75. Light Weight and Easily Foldable MCMB-MWCNTs Composite Paper with Exceptional Electromagnetic Interference Shielding, Anisha Chaudhary, Saroj Kumari, Rajeev Kumar, Satish Teotia, Bhanu Pratap Singh, Avanish Singh, Sundeep Dhawan; Sanjay Dhakate, ACS applied materials & interfaces 2016,  8 (16), 10600-10608. / 10.1021/acsami.5b12334 .
  76. Purification Method Dependent Fluorescence from Nitrogen-vacancy (NV) Centers of Nano-  diamonds , Ravi Kumar, S. J. Yoon, K. G. Lee, Prabir Pal, Rajender P. Pant, C. K. Suman, S.R.Dhakate, Raj Kumar, D. K.Avasthi ,  Dilip Singh RSC Advances 6 (52), 47164,2016, DOI: 10.1039/C6RA01510G.
  77. Synergistic effect on static and dynamic mechanical properties of carbon fiber- multiwalled  carbon nanotubes hybrid polycarbonate composites, Arun Babal, B.P. Singh, Sushant Sharma, A. K. Arya, Jeevan Jyoti, S.R. Dhakate, RSC Advances,6(52), 47164-73, 2016, 10.1039/c6ra08487g.
  78. Improved mechanical properties of carbon fiber/graphene oxide-epoxy hybrid composites, Abhishek K. Pathak, Munu Borah, Ashish Gupta, T. Yokozaki  and S. R. Dhakate, Composite Science and Technology 135,28-38, 2016, 10.1016/j.compscitech.2016.09.007


  79. Fabrication of nanofiber stationary phases from chopped polyacrylonitrile co-polymer microfibers for use in ultra thin layer chromatography of amino acids, Abdul Moheman,   Mohammad Sarwar Alam, Ashish Gupta, S.R.Dhakate, Amit Kumar, Ali Mohammad, RSC Adv.,6,90100-110, 2016, DOI: 10.1039/C6RA15465D.
  80. Three dimensional and  highly ordered porous carbon-MnO2 composite foam for excellent electromagnetic  interference shielding efficiency, P.R. Agrawal, Rajeev Kumar, Saroj Kumari and S. R.  Dhakate, RSC Adv., 6, 100713-100722, 2016, / 10.1039/C6RA23127F .
  81. Enhancement in thermoelectric performance of SiGe nanoalloys dispersed with SiC nanoparticles, Sivaiah Bathula, M Jayasimhadri, Bhasker Gahtori, Anil Kumar, AK Srivastava, Ajay Dhar, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. , 19 , 25180-25185, (2017), DOI: 10.1039/C7CP04240J.
  82. Free-standing flexible MWCNTs bucky paper: Extremely stable and energy efficient supercapacitive electrode, B Pandit, SR Dhakate, BP Singh, BR Sankapal, Electrochimica Acta, 249, 395-403, 2017 /10.1016/j.electacta.2017.08.013 .
  83. Simultaneous Co-Doping of Nitrogen and Fluorine in MWCNT’s: An Insitu Conversion to Graphene like sheets and its Electro-Catalytic activity towards Oxygen Reduction Reaction, Srinu Akula, V.Parthiban, S.GousePeera, B.P.Singh, S.R.Dhakate and A.K.Sahu, Journal of the Electrochemical Society 164, F1-F9, 2017, doi:  10.1149/2.0501706jes .
  84. Structural and mechanical properties of free-standing multiwalled carbon nanotube paper prepared by an aqueous mediated process, Sushant Sharma, Bhanu Pratap Singh, Arun Singh Babal, Satish Teotia, Jeevan Jyoti,and S. R. Dhakate, J Mater Sci, In Press, 2017, DOI 10.1007/s10853-017-0983-z.
  85. Multifunctional Ni-NiO-CNT Composite as High Performing Free Standing Anode for Li Ion Batteries and Advanced Electro Catalyst for Oxygen Evolution ReactionOriginal Research Article, Indu Elizabeth, Anju K. Nair, Bhanu Pratap Singh, Sukumaran Gopukumar, Electrochimica Acta,230, 98-105,2017, /10.1016/j.electacta.2017.01.189.
  86. Integration of  MCMB/MWCNTs with Fe3O4 in a Flexible and Lightweight Composite Paper for Superior  EMI Shielding Architecture , A. Chaudhary, S. Kumari, R.Kumar, S. Teotia, S.K. Dhawan, S. R.Dhakate,  J Material Chemistry C, 5,322,2017, DOI: 10.1039/C6TC03241A.
  87. Role of limited  hydrogen and flow interval on the growth of single crystal to continuous graphene by low  pressure chemical vapor deposition, Munu Borah, Abhishek Pathak, Dilip Singh, Prabir Pal, Sanjay Dhakate, Nanotechnology 28, 075602, 2017, /10.1088/1361-6528/aa527e
  88. In-situ Conversion of Multiwalled Carbon nanotubes  to graphene nanosheets: An increasing capacity anode for Li Ion batteries,  I.Elizabeth, B. P. Singh, T. K Bijoy, V. R. Reddy, G. Karthikeyan, V.N. Singh, S. R.Dhakate, P. Murugan, S. Gopukumar, Electrochimica  Acta 231, 2017, 255–263, /10.1016/j.electacta.2017.02.003 .
  89. Simultaneous co-doping of nitrogen and fluorine into mwcnts: an in-situ conversion to graphene like sheets and its electro-catalytic activity toward oxygen reduction reaction, Srinu Akula, V. Parthiban,S. Gouse Peera, B. P. Singh, S. R. Dhakate and A. K. Sahu,   Journal of Electrochemical Society, 164(6) F1-F9,2017,  10.1149/2.0501706jes.
  90. Free-standing  flexible MWCNTs bucky paper: Extremely stable and energy efficient supercapacitive electrode,   Bidhan Pandit, Sanjay R Dhakate, Bhanu P Singh, Babasaheb R Sankapal, Electrochemical Acta 249, 20, 395-403, 2017, /10.1016/j.electacta.2017.08.013


  91. High rate capability and cyclic stability of hierarchically porous Tin oxide (IV) – carbon nanofibers as anode in lithium ion  batteries, Ashish Gupta, S.R. Dhakate, P. Gurunath, K. Ramesha, Applied Nanoscience 2017, 7:449–462, /10.1007/s13204-017-0577-8 .
  92. Facile synthesis of bulk SnO2 and ZnO tetrapod based graphene nanocomposites for optical and sensing application,   J.S. Tawale, Ashavani Kumar, S.R. Dhakate, A.K. Srivastava, Materials chemistry and physics201,372-383,2017. 10.1016/j.matchemphys.2017.08.028 .
  93. Irreversible tunability of through-thickness electrical conductivity of polyaniline-based CFRP by de-doping, Vipin Kumar, Tomohiro Yokozeki, Teruya Goto, Tatsuhiro Takahashi, Sanjay R. Dhakate, Bhanu P. Singh, Composite Science & Technology 152, 20-26,2017. /10.1016/j.compscitech.2017.09.005


  94. Enhanced thermo-mechanical and electrical properties of multiwalled carbon nanotube paper reinforced epoxy laminar composites, Sushant Sharma, B.P. Singh, S.S. Chauhan,  JeevanJyoti, Abhishek Kr Arya, S.R. Dhakate, Vipin Kumar, Tomohiro Yokozeki, Journal Composites Part A. 104, 2018, 129-138 , DOI : 10.1016/j.compositesa.2017.10.023.
  95. Environment friendly  mesoporous magnetite nanoparticles based hydroelectric cell,  Sipra Jain, Joyti Shah, S. R. Dhakate, Govind Gupta, C. Sharma, R.K. Kotnala,   J. Physical Chemistry C, 2018, 122 (11), 5908–5916, DOI:  10.1021/acs.jpcc.7b12561.
  96. Excellent mechanical properties of long length multiwalled carbon nanotube bridged Kevlar  fabric, Sushant Sharma, Abhishek Pathak, Vidya Nand Singh, Satish Teotia, S.R. Dhakate, B.P. Singh,    Carbon 137, 2018,104-117 , /10.1016/j.carbon.2018.05.017 .
  97. Highly luminescent dual mode polymeric nanofibers based flexible mat for white security paper and encrypted nanotaggants applications, Amit K.Gangwar, Ashish Gupta, Garima Kedawat, Pawan Kumar,  B. P. Singh, Nidhi Singh K. Srivastava, Sanjay R Dhakate, B. K. Gupta, Chemistry A European Journal 2018, 24 (38), 9477-9484, /10.1002/chem.201800715.
  98. Significant Improvement in Static and Dynamic Mechanical Properties of Graphene Oxide- Carbon Nanotube Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene Hybrid Composites, Jeevan Jyoti, Arun Singh Babal, Sushant Sharma, S.R Dhakate, Bhanu Pratap Singh, Journal of Materials Science 53(4) ,2520-2536, 2018, /10.1007/s10853-017-1592-6.
  99. CVD growth of continuous and spatially uniform single layer graphene across grain boundary of preferred (111) oriented copper processed by sequential melting-resolidification-recrystallization, Indu Sharma, Sanjay R. Dhakate and Kiran M Subhedar Mater. Chem. Front., 2018 ( DOI :  10.1039/C8QM00082D)
  100. Modulating the lattice dynamics of n-type Heusler compounds via tuning Ni concentration, NS Chauhan, B Gahtori, B Sivaiah, SD Mahanti, A Dhar, A Bhattacharya, Applied Physics Letters 113 (1), 013902 (2018), /10.1063/1.5037220 .
  101. A nanocomposite approach for enhancement of thermoelectric performance in Hafnium-free Half-Heuslers, Nagendra S Chauhan, Sivaiah Bathula, Avinash Vishwakarma, Ruchi Bhardwaj, Bhasker Gahtori, Avanish K Srivastava, M Saravanan, Ajay Dhar,   Materialia (Corrected Proof, In press, 2018), DOI: 10.1016/j.mtla.2018.05.006.
  102. Vanadium-Doping-Induced Resonant Energy Levels for the Enhancement of Thermoelectric Performance in Hf-Free ZrNiSn Half-Heusler Alloys, Nagendra S Chauhan, Sivaiah Bathula, Avinash Vishwakarma, Ruchi Bhardwaj, Bhasker Gahtori, Anil Kumar, Ajay Dhar, ACS Appl. Energy Mater. ,  1  (2), pp 757–764 (2018), DOI:  10.1021/acsaem.7b00203.
  103. Significant enhancement in thermoelectric performance of nanostructured higher manganese silicides synthesized employing a melt spinning technique, Saravanan Muthiah, RC Singh, BD Pathak, Piyush Kumar Avasthi, Rishikesh Kumar, Anil Kumar, AK Srivastava, Ajay Dhar, Nanoscale , 10 , 1970-1977 (2018), DOI: 10.1039/C7NR06195A.

Current & Past Students (One year or more):

Current PhD Students

  • Sushant Sharma,
  • Shailesh Kumar Yadav,
  • Indu Elizabeth,
  • Ashish Gupta,
  • Abhishek K. Pathak,
  • Ravi Kumar,
  • Shweta Kaushal,
  • Mandeep Singh,
  • Pallavi Dariyal,
  • Mrs. Sonam,
  • Miss. Ruchi Bhardwaj,
  • Mr. Avinash Vishwakarma,
  • Mr. Kishore Johari,
  • Mr. Nagendra Singh Chauhan,
  • Amit, Sadiya Waseem,
  • Ms. Indu Sharma,
  • Ridhim Dhawan,
  • Shiv Prakash,
  • Satish Teotia

Past Students

  • Miss Kriti Tyagi,
  • Mrs. Chanchal Gupta,
  • Mr. Aman Bhardwajm,
  • Jeevan Jyoti Sharma,
  • Munu Borah,
  • Rajeev Kumar,
  • T.K. Gupta,
  • Anisha Chaoudhary