A Srinivasan

About A Srinivasan

A Srinivasan, With an exceptional h-index of 29 and a recent h-index of 17 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, specializes in the field of magnetic materials, glasses and glass-ceramics, nanomaterials, metallic alloys and thin films.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Highly ordered single domain Fe2-xCo1+ xGa (0≤ x≤ 1) nanoparticles synthesized by a template-less chemical route

Non-volatile resistive random access memory and a manufacturing method

Effect of systematic substitution of Na2O for SiO2 on devitrification and bioactivity of sol-gel derived 69.5 SiO2-24.5 CaO-6P2O5 ceramics

Single-domain Fe 2 CoGa 0.5 Al 0.5 Heusler alloy nanoparticles with enhanced properties

Roles of solidification rate and Co substitution for Cr on single phase ordered Fe2CrSi alloy formation

Single-Domain Fe2CoAl Nanoparticles and Their Crystallite Size-Dependent Properties

Processing and characterization of TiNbMoTaW refractory high entropy alloy by mechanical alloying

Green synthesis of NiO nanoparticle using Punica granatum peel extract and its characterization for methyl orange degradation

A Srinivasan Information

University

Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati

Position

Department of Physics

Citations(all)

2837

Citations(since 2020)

1133

Cited By

2156

hIndex(all)

29

hIndex(since 2020)

17

i10Index(all)

73

i10Index(since 2020)

38

Email

University Profile Page

Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati

A Srinivasan Skills & Research Interests

magnetic materials

glasses and glass-ceramics

nanomaterials

metallic alloys and thin films

Top articles of A Srinivasan

Highly ordered single domain Fe2-xCo1+ xGa (0≤ x≤ 1) nanoparticles synthesized by a template-less chemical route

Authors

Manisha Srivastava,Payal Saha,Ananthakrishnan Srinivasan

Journal

Materials Research Bulletin

Published Date

2024/4/1

A comprehensive study has been carried out on chemically synthesized Fe2-xCo1+xGa (0 ≤ x ≤ 1) nanoparticles using both experimental and theoretical tools. Adoption of a template-free preparation route ensured impurity-free and phase-pure Heusler alloy nanoparticles. Depending on the composition, these nanoparticles exhibit highly ordered L21 or X type Heusler alloy structure. These nanoparticles have high saturation magnetization (3.90 – 5.15 µB/f.u.), high Curie temperature (≥ 1100 K) and high effective anisotropy constant (∼ 106 erg/cc) along with low coercive field (≤ 12 Oe) and low remnant magnetization (≤ 0.03 µB/f.u.). Emergence of superparamagnetism in these single (magnetic) domain nanoparticles is another interesting aspect. The electronic density of states of these alloys near Fermi level have also been evaluated as a function of composition using ab initio calculations. These results …

Non-volatile resistive random access memory and a manufacturing method

Published Date

2024/3/26

The invention relates to a non-volatile resistive random access memory (ReRAM), a non-volatile ReRAM composition and to a method for manufacturing a non-volatile non-volatile ReRAM. The ReRAM includes a first electrode, a second electrode and a resistive switching/active layer which is located between the first and second electrodes. The switching layer contains chitosan and aluminium doped/incorporated zinc oxide. The switching/active layer may be configured to perform a switching operation according to an applied voltage. The switching/active layer may be in the form of a film. The switching/active layer may be coated/applied onto the first electrode and the second electrode may be placed/applied/provided over the switching/active layer such that the switching/active layer is located/wedged in-between the two electrodes.

Effect of systematic substitution of Na2O for SiO2 on devitrification and bioactivity of sol-gel derived 69.5 SiO2-24.5 CaO-6P2O5 ceramics

Authors

Rushikesh Fopase,Lalit Mohan Pandey,Ananthakrishnan Srinivasan

Journal

Materials Chemistry and Physics

Published Date

2024/2/1

Addition of Na2O to SiO2–CaO–P2O5 glass-ceramics significantly impacts in-vivo dissolution and structural network modifications. However, achieving a vitreous state in sol-gel derived quaternary oxide powders, like the 45S5 bioglass containing high amounts of Na2O, is challenging. Synthesis of (69.5-x)SiO2-24..5CaO-6P2O5-xNa2O (x = 0, 2, 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, and 24.5 wt.%) ceramic powders has been carried out followed by heat-treatment between 500 °C and 700 °C. Structural characterization revealed that the vitreous state could be stabilized for Na2O content up-to 12wt.%. For higher Na2O content, the network transformed to a glass-ceramic state with the crystallization of combeite phase. In-vitro tests exhibited hydroxyapatite layer formation (Ca/P = 1.67) on all samples in simulated body fluid, regardless of structure. Samples were non-toxic to MG-63 osteoblast cells. The devitrification, bioactivity and …

Single-domain Fe 2 CoGa 0.5 Al 0.5 Heusler alloy nanoparticles with enhanced properties

Authors

Manisha Srivastava,Gajendra S Bisht,Ananthakrishnan Srinivasan

Journal

Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics

Published Date

2024

Fine quaternary single-domain Heusler alloy nanoparticles with a composition of Fe2CoGa0.5Al0.5 have been synthesized using a simple template-less chemical route for the first time. Ab initio calculations and standard models have been used to analyze and interpret the experimental findings. The synthesized nanoparticles with an average crystallite size of 42 nm exhibited high saturation magnetization (>5 μB f.u.−1), high effective anisotropy constant (≈8 × 106 erg cc−1), high Curie temperature (>1200 K), low magnetic remanence (<0.2 μB f.u.−1) and low coercive field (<90 Oe), declaring their suitability for fabricating various nanomagnetic devices.

Roles of solidification rate and Co substitution for Cr on single phase ordered Fe2CrSi alloy formation

Authors

Subrata Biswas,Gajendra Singh BISHT,Perumal Alagarsamy,Ananthakrishnan Srinivasan

Journal

Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials

Published Date

2023/12/1

A comprehensive experimental and theoretical study on the structural, electronic, and magnetic properties of bulk Co-substituted Fe2CrSi Heusler alloys has been carried out. The impact of rapid solidification on the formation of phase pure Fe2CrSi alloy has also been explored. Bulk Fe2Cr1-xCoxSi (where x = 0, 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, and 0.5) alloy samples were prepared using arc melting, and melt-spinning was employed to prepare Fe2CrSi ribbons at two different wheel velocities (20 and 30 ms−1). Our investigation revealed that the Fe2CrSi Heusler alloys with a Co substitution in the range of 0.2 ≤ x ≤ 0.5 exhibited a single L21 phase structure. However, for x = 0 and 0.1, there were 27 % and 11 % A15 impurity phases, respectively, coexisting with the L21 phase. On the other hand, the sample melt-spun at 20 ms−1 contained only 7 % impurity phase, while the one melt-spun at 30 ms−1 was free of any impurity phase …

Single-Domain Fe2CoAl Nanoparticles and Their Crystallite Size-Dependent Properties

Authors

Manisha Srivastava,Payal Saha,Ananthakrishnan Srinivasan

Journal

The Journal of Physical Chemistry C

Published Date

2023/5/22

Single-domain Fe2CoAl nanoparticles exhibiting an X-type ordered Heusler alloy structure have been prepared by a simple template-less chemical process. Near-stoichiometric Fe2CoAl nanoparticles with three different average crystallite sizes of 41, 45, and 51 nm exhibit soft ferromagnetic behavior with high saturation magnetization (>95% of the theoretical estimate), high effective magnetic anisotropy (∼107 erg/cc), and a high Curie temperature (∼1225 K). The property variation of the nanoparticles with crystallite size has been explained using well-established theoretical models. Ab initio calculations performed in this study, apart from establishing the preferred crystal structure, also help to understand the magnetic and half-metallic properties of the alloy. Critical size estimations authenticate the formation of single-domain Fe2CoAl nanoparticles.

Processing and characterization of TiNbMoTaW refractory high entropy alloy by mechanical alloying

Authors

Amritava Sarkar,A Srinivasan,PS Robi

Journal

Advanced Powder Technology

Published Date

2023/12/1

Refractory High Entropy Alloys (RHEAs) are a new class of alloys that have attractive properties suited for high-temperature applications. An equiatomic combination of the elements Ti, Nb, Mo, Ta, and W has been processed by mechanical alloying (MA) route to yield TiNbMoTaW RHEA powder. Structural analysis of RHEA powder obtained after 100 h of mechanical milling, indicated the formation of a single-phase solid solution with a body-centered cubic (BCC) structure and has a lattice constant of 3.1645 Å. CALPHAD modeling of TiNbMoTaW RHEA was carried out to understand the effect of phase changes with respect to temperature. RHEA was found to be thermally stable at elevated temperatures with a dominant BCC structure, which highlights its potential in high-temperature engineering applications.

Green synthesis of NiO nanoparticle using Punica granatum peel extract and its characterization for methyl orange degradation

Authors

Biplab Kumar Mandal,Rahul Mandal,Suranjan Sikdar,Sidananda Sarma,Ananthakrishnan Srinivasan,Subhajit Roy Chowdhury,Bhaskar Das,Rahul Das

Journal

Materials Today Communications

Published Date

2023/3/1

A simple environment friendly green synthesis method was employed to fabricate nickel oxide nanoparticles (NiO-NPs). Punica granatum peel extract was used in the place of traditional hazardous chemicals which generally act as stabilizing, reducing and capping agents. High resolution transmission electron microscopy images revealed that the size of the NPs ranged from 13.0 nm to 42.0 nm. The single-phase face-centered cubic crystal structure of the NiO-NPs with Fm3̅m space group was confirmed by X-ray diffraction studies. Direct and indirect optical band gap energies were found to be 3.34 eV and 2.72 eV, respectively, from optical absorption curves. The experimental optical bandgap results are close to the theoretically determined direct and indirect band gap values of 3.63 eV and 2.54 eV, respectively. Magnetometry studies revealed ferromagnetism at room temperature characterized by a saturation …

Influence of iron oxide substitution on the magnetic interactions in sol–gel‐derived 45S5 bioactive glass–ceramics

Authors

Nitu,Ananthakrishnan Srinivasan

Journal

Journal of the American Ceramic Society

Published Date

2023/10

Magnetic interactions in sol–gel‐derived bioactive magnetic glass–ceramics (MGCs) with compositions of (45 − x)SiO2·24.5CaO·24.5Na2O·6P2O5 xFe2O3 (2 ≤ x ≥ 15 wt.%) have been investigated using electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR), and temperature‐dependent magnetic susceptibility and magnetization (M–T) techniques. EPR spectra of the MGC samples revealed strong composition dependence in the intensity and linewidth of resonance absorptions at g ≈ 2.0 and g ≈ 4.3. EPR linewidth analysis showed the dominance of dipole–dipole interaction in MGC samples with iron oxide content ≤4 wt.% and a crossover to super‐exchange type interaction in samples with higher iron oxide content. Composition‐dependent magnetic interaction in these MGC could be related to Fe2+ and Fe3+ ion concentrations using high‐temperature magnetic susceptibility studies. Zero‐field cooled and field cooled M …

Assessment of sol–gel derived iron oxide substituted 45S5 bioglass-ceramics for biomedical applications

Authors

Rushikesh Fopase,Lalit Mohan Pandey,Papori Seal,Jyoti Prasad Borah,Ananthakrishnan Srinivasan

Journal

Journal of Materials Chemistry B

Published Date

2023

Magnetic bioactive glass-ceramic (MGC) powders with nominal compositions of (45 − x)SiO224.5CaO24.5Na2O6P2O5xFe2O3 (x = 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, and 15 wt%) have been synthesized by a sol–gel route by systematically substituting silicon dioxide with iron oxide in Hench's 45S5 glass composition. Powder X-ray diffraction studies revealed a variation in the percentage of combeite (Ca2Na2Si3O9), magnetite (Fe3O4), and hematite (Fe2O3) nanocrystalline phases in MGC powders as a function of composition. Zeta potential measurements showed that MGC containing up to 10 wt% iron oxide formed stable suspensions. The saturation magnetization and heat generation capacity of MGC fluids increased with an increase in iron oxide content. Degradation of MGC powders was investigated in phosphate buffered saline (PBS). The in vitro bioactivity of the MGC powders taken in pellet form was confirmed by observing …

Single domain Co2FeGa nanoparticles with high crystalline order synthesized by template-less chemical method

Authors

Manisha Srivastava,Gajendra S Bisht,Ananthakrishnan Srinivasan

Journal

Journal of Alloys and Compounds

Published Date

2023/7/15

Co2FeGa nanoparticles with stable L21 type full Heusler alloy structure have been synthesized with average crystallite sizes of 57 nm, 47 nm and 39 nm using a simple template-less chemical route. All these nanoparticles in single domain regime exhibit soft ferromagnetic nature with high saturation magnetization (>93 % of theoretical estimate), low coercive field (<10 Oe) and high Curie temperature (>1100 K). Near zero coercive field and remanence magnetization values of these nanoparticles indicate their superparamagnetic nature. Ab initio calculations were performed to estimate the magnetic moment and the half metallic nature of the Heusler alloy particles from the density of states of the spin-up and spin-down bands.

Electrodeposited Fe2CoSn Thin Film with Enhanced Structural and Magnetic Properties

Authors

Pushpesh Pathak,Manisha Srivastava,Gajendra Singh Bisht,Ananthakrishnan Srinivasan

Journal

Journal of The Electrochemical Society

Published Date

2023/12/22

Single-phase near-stoichiometric Fe 2 CoSn Heusler alloy thin film of thickness 320 nm and crystallite size of 22±1 nm was electrodeposited on low-cost Cu substrate. Heat-treated Fe 2 CoSn film exhibited an X-type inverse Heusler alloy structure along with high saturation magnetization (∼ 5 μ B/fu), high effective anisotropy constant (∼ 10 6 erg/cc), and high Curie temperature (983 K). Apart from demonstrating a procedure to obtain considerably thin electrodeposited Fe 2 CoSn films with high crystalline order, the electronic density of states close to the Fermi level have also been evaluated for its stable structure for the first time.

Synthesis and characterization of single phase γ-Co46-xNi22+xAl32 (x = 0, 10, 20) Heusler alloy nanoparticles

Authors

Debraj Mahata,Manisha Srivastava,Ananthakrishnan Srinivasan

Journal

IEEE Transactions on Magnetics

Published Date

2023/5/29

Off-stoichiometric single phase -Co46Ni22Al32, -Co36Ni32Al32, and -Co26Ni42Al32 nanoparticles have been synthesized for the first time by a facile template-less chemical method with the average crystallite sizes of 34 ± 1, 34 ± 1, and 30 ± 1 nm, respectively. Obtaining the high-purity secondary phase in the nanometer regime with particle sizes of 68, 48, and 57 nm is the first step in developing Co-Ni-Al shape memory alloys in low dimensional form. Co46Ni22Al32, Co36Ni32Al32, and Co26Ni42Al32 nanoparticles exhibited soft ferromagnetic behavior with very high magnetic moments of 3.1, 2.8, and 2.2 /f.u. at 5 K and 3.0, 2.8, and 2.1 /f.u. at 300 K, respectively. These nanoparticles are suited for fabricating high-temperature nanoscale magnetic devices since they exhibit a reasonably effective anisotropy constant of ~105J/m3 and Curie temperature (988–1164 K) apart from their role in …

Resistive switching in polyvinylpyrrolidone/molybdenum disulfide composite-based memory devices

Authors

Z Dlamini,S Vallabhapurapu,Ananthakrishnan Srinivasan,S Wu,V Vallabhapurapu

Journal

Acta Phys. Pol. A

Published Date

2022/5/1

There is a significant increase in data and cloud computing during the fourth industrial revolution [1]. As a result, the current memory technology stands before a serious challenge as ultrafast and high-density memory devices are needed to meet the demand. Furthermore, the current memory technology must reduce its contribution to the growing energy consumption of information and communication technologies (ICT), which currently accounts for more than 3% of global electricity consumption [2]. A complete transformation in memory device technology is needed to meet these demands. Resistive random access memories (ReRAMs) are emerging memories comprising an active layer having two electrically switchable resistive states [3], ie, a high resistive state (HRS) and a low resistive state (LRS). The active layer is sandwiched between the top electrode (TE) and the bottom electrode (BE) to make a complete memory cell [4, 5]. ReRAMs have advantages such as nonvolatility, low operating voltages, and high endurance, that place them in the spotlight of emerging memory technologies. Additionally, ReRAMs can be made from several materials, so they be compatible with biodegradable [5–11], transparent [8, 9], flexible [10–12], and lightweight electronics [13]. Molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) is a graphene-like 2D transition metal dichalcogenide compound with a layered structure comprising Mo-atom at the centre of a trigonal prism with two sulfur atoms [14]. MoS2 has two variances, ie, a metallic 1T with octahedral structure and a semiconducting 2H with

Effects of composition variation and site disorder on the magnetic interactions in Ru2Fe (Si1-xGex) alloys

Authors

Bhargab Deka,Ashis Kundu,Subhradip Ghosh,A Srinivasan

Journal

Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials

Published Date

2022/3/15

X-ray diffraction studies on arc melted Ru2Fe(Si1-xGex) (0 ≤ x ≤ 1) alloys did not show the characteristic (1 1 1) and (2 0 0) super-lattice peaks of the stable L21 structure of full Heusler alloys. The alloy with x = 0 exhibited antiferromagnetic behaviour. However, with increase in x, the alloys became ferromagnetic. In order to understand the origin of the novel magnetic behavior of these alloys and its correlation with their crystal structure, ab initio study was carried out using spin-polarized relativistic Korringa-Kohn-Rostoker Green’s function method. The study shows that the antiferomagnetism in the alloy with x = 0 is due to the presence of B2 disorder. Due to this, the 2nd nearest neighbour (NN) exchange interaction between the Fe atoms at proper and improper sites, respectively, becomes strongly antiferromagnetic which dominates over the 1st NN ferromagnetic exchange interaction. With increase in x, the alloys …

Structural transition and associated magnetic properties of heat treated electrospun one-dimensional CaFe2O4

Authors

Arnab Kumar Das,A Srinivasan

Journal

Chemical Physics Letters

Published Date

2022/1

An aqueous solution containing polyvinyl alcohol, calcium nitrate and ferric nitrate was electrospun to yield smooth nanocomposite fibers with diameter in the range of 160 nm. As-synthesized nanofibers were heat treated at different temperatures ranging from 400 to 1000 C to remove the organic matter and induce crystallization of CaFe 2 O 4. Room temperature X-ray diffraction studies showed that CaFe 2 O 4 nanowires existed in single phase cubic structure in as-spun nanofibers heat treated up to 500 C. However, a slow transformation of cubic spinel nanostructure to orthorhombic nanostructure was observed when heat treated above 500 C. The sample heat treated at 1000 C for 8 h yielded a single phase orthorhombic CaFe 2 O 4 nanowires. Magnetization curves recorded at low temperatures indicated superparamagnetic behavior in cubic CaFe 2 O 4 nanowires. Superparamagnetism persisted in cubic …

Comparative Study of ZnO Nanomaterials Synthesized by Green and Electrospinning Methods

Authors

Ananthakrishnan Srinivasan,Suranjan Sikdar,ABHIJIT BISWAS,Arnab Kumar Das,Subhodeep Barman,Jagadish Kumar,Rahul Das

Published Date

2022

This article presents a comparative study between the ZnO nanocone and nanofibers. ZnO nanocones were synthesized through the green route, using Azadirachta indica leaf extract media, and ZnO nanofibers were synthesized by the electrospinning process. The microstructural parameters of the prepared nanomaterials were investigated using powder X-ray diffractometer (XRD) and Rietveld refinement analysis. The XRD patterns confirmed the formation of single-phase ZnO with hexagonal wurtzite structure having an average crystallite size of 21 nm and 54 nm for the conical and fibrous nanoparticles, respectively. The field emission scanning electron microscopy revealed that the mean radius of nanofibers was 25-30 nm while the mean height and mean base radius of nanocones were 181 nm and 91 nm respectively. Elastic properties were estimated using elastic compliances S11 (6.0678×10-12 m2N-1 …

Enhanced Magnetic Properties of Electrodeposited Co2FeSn Film with High Structural Order

Authors

Pushpesh Pathak,Gajendra Singh Bisht,A Srinivasan

Journal

Journal of The Electrochemical Society

Published Date

2022/9/7

Near stoichiometric Co 2 FeSn Heusler alloy films with a highly ordered L2 1 structure and mean grain size of 23±1 nm have been prepared on a polycrystalline copper substrate for the first time by electrodeposition route. Deposition potential− 4.0 V yielded the stoichiometric alloy composition in the potentiostatic mode. The highly disordered as-deposited alloy film crystallized into the ordered stable Heusler alloy structure upon heat treatment under vacuum. The heat-treated film exhibited the highest magnetic moment (5.18±0.04 μ B/fu at 5 K) and Curie temperature (1123 K) ever achieved in this alloy in any form. The very high value of K eff (∼ 10 6 erg cc− 1) obtained for this alloy makes this alloy promising for high-density magnetic recording application. Ab initio studies using GGA+ U approach provide information on the minority gap near the Fermi level and its tunability as a function of the electron correlation …

Size-dependent properties of single domain Fe 2 CoGa nanoparticles prepared by a facile template-less chemical route

Authors

Manisha Srivastava,Munima B Sahariah,Ananthakrishnan Srinivasan

Journal

Journal of Materials Chemistry C

Published Date

2022

Single phase X type Fe2CoGa Heusler alloy nanoparticles with average crystallite sizes of 56 nm, 26 nm, and 21 nm have been synthesized using a refined template-less chemical route. Size-dependent structural and magnetic properties of the Fe2CoGa alloy nanoparticles are compared with the bulk counterpart prepared by arc melting. Fe2CoGa nanoparticles show soft ferromagnetic behavior with high magnetic moment and Curie temperature. Ab initio calculations have been carried out to interpret the experimental results. The estimated critical size and measured magnetic properties of the nanoparticles reveal that the synthesized nanoparticles are in a single domain superparamagnetic regime.

Effect of trace additions of Sn on precipitation kinetics and microstructural phases of Al–Cu–Mg alloys

Authors

Sanjib Banerjee,PS Robi,Ananthakrishnan Srinivasan,Sanjib Gogoi,Sumit Bhowmick

Journal

Reaction Kinetics, Mechanisms and Catalysis

Published Date

2022/8

The precipitation and dissolution kinetics of cast and solutionized Al–6.2wt%Cu–0.6wt%Mg alloys microalloyed with varying contents of Sn was investigated. Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) was performed from 50 to 550 °C at four different heating rates. Exothermic peak within intermediate temperature range of 200–300 °C of DSC heating cycle represented the precipitation reaction. Endothermic drift at elevated temperatures corresponded to melting of alloy phases. Peak temperatures increased with increase in heating rate, indicating precipitation reaction to be kinetically controlled. The kinetic rate equation governing exothermic precipitation peaks was modelled using a new analytical technique. Activation energy and kinetic parameters were determined for the alloys, and effect of Sn concentrations was investigated. Functional forms of mole fraction transformed were optimized. Predicted transformation …

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What is A Srinivasan's h-index at Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati?

The h-index of A Srinivasan has been 17 since 2020 and 29 in total.

What are A Srinivasan's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Highly ordered single domain Fe2-xCo1+ xGa (0≤ x≤ 1) nanoparticles synthesized by a template-less chemical route

Non-volatile resistive random access memory and a manufacturing method

Effect of systematic substitution of Na2O for SiO2 on devitrification and bioactivity of sol-gel derived 69.5 SiO2-24.5 CaO-6P2O5 ceramics

Single-domain Fe 2 CoGa 0.5 Al 0.5 Heusler alloy nanoparticles with enhanced properties

Roles of solidification rate and Co substitution for Cr on single phase ordered Fe2CrSi alloy formation

Single-Domain Fe2CoAl Nanoparticles and Their Crystallite Size-Dependent Properties

Processing and characterization of TiNbMoTaW refractory high entropy alloy by mechanical alloying

Green synthesis of NiO nanoparticle using Punica granatum peel extract and its characterization for methyl orange degradation

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are the top articles of A Srinivasan at Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati.

What are A Srinivasan's research interests?

The research interests of A Srinivasan are: magnetic materials, glasses and glass-ceramics, nanomaterials, metallic alloys and thin films

What is A Srinivasan's total number of citations?

A Srinivasan has 2,837 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of A Srinivasan?

The co-authors of A Srinivasan are Rajendra Kumar Singh, PhD, Assistant Professor, Perumal Alagarsamy, P S Robi, Debabrata Mishra, M P C Kalita, Sidananda Sarma.

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    Rajendra Kumar Singh, PhD, Assistant Professor

    Rajendra Kumar Singh, PhD, Assistant Professor

    Dankook University

    H-index: 29
    Perumal Alagarsamy

    Perumal Alagarsamy

    Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati

    H-index: 22
    P S Robi

    P S Robi

    Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati

    H-index: 16
    Debabrata Mishra

    Debabrata Mishra

    University of Delhi

    H-index: 10
    M P C Kalita

    M P C Kalita

    Gauhati University

    H-index: 9
    Sidananda Sarma

    Sidananda Sarma

    Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati

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