Debasish Das

About Debasish Das

Debasish Das, With an exceptional h-index of 11 and a recent h-index of 10 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, specializes in the field of Li-ion Battery, Na-ion Battery, Gas Sensors, SOFC, Electrophoretic Deposition.

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

Electrophoretically Deposited Na3V2 (PO4) 3 and its Carbonaceous Composites as Promising Cathode for Sodium-ion Batteries

Electrochemical performance of electrophoretically deposited zinc antimony oxide–carbon black anode for lithium-ion batteries

Electrochemical performance of melt impregnated lithium sulphur rechargeable cell: Effect of crosslinked water soluble polyacrylic acid binder

Electrochemical characteristics of electrophoretically deposited nickel antimony oxide anode for lithium-ion rechargeable cells

Ni6Se5, an unexplored transition metal chalcogenide of formula M (n+ 1) X n (2≤ n≤ 8), for high-performance hybrid supercapacitor and Li-ion battery application

Electrophoretic Deposition and Inkjet Printing as Promising Fabrication Routes to Make Flexible Rechargeable Cells and Supercapacitors

Ethanol Gas Sensors Using Semi-Hedgehog-like CuO Nanostructures: Studying the Role of Oxygen Vacancies, Unsaturated Cu-Sites, and Hole Accumulation Layer

Synthesis and electrochemical performance of in‐situ and ex‐situ carbon‐ coated Na2Ti3O7, as a promising anode for sodium‐ion batteries

Debasish Das Information

University

Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur

Position

Co-PI & SERB-National Post Doctoral Fellow India

Citations(all)

407

Citations(since 2020)

331

Cited By

152

hIndex(all)

11

hIndex(since 2020)

10

i10Index(all)

14

i10Index(since 2020)

12

Email

University Profile Page

Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur

Debasish Das Skills & Research Interests

Li-ion Battery

Na-ion Battery

Gas Sensors

SOFC

Electrophoretic Deposition

Top articles of Debasish Das

Electrophoretically Deposited Na3V2 (PO4) 3 and its Carbonaceous Composites as Promising Cathode for Sodium-ion Batteries

Authors

Anwesa Mukherjee,Subhadip Mondal,Debasish Das,Susanta Banerjee,SB Majumder

Journal

Materials Research Bulletin

Published Date

2024/2/1

Sodium vanadium phosphate (NVP), a sodium ion super ionic conductor (NASICON), is one of the most attractive cathode materials for sodium ion batteries (SIBs). Electrophoretic deposition (EPD) is demonstrated to be an efficient synthesis tool to deposit strongly adhered and porous NVP carbonaceous material (viz. carbon nano tube (CNT) and reduced graphene oxide (rGO)) on aluminum current collector. EPD grown NVP delivers a stable reversible capacity ∼53.7 mAhg−1 at 0.1Ag−1 current density after 250 cycles. The introduction of CNT and rGO in the electrode significantly improves the electrochemical properties of NVP by providing better conduction pathways. Consequently, reversible capacities of 87 mAhg−1 and 70 mAhg−1 were obtained after 250 cycles at 0.1Ag−1 for NVP/RGO-CB and NVP/CNT-CB electrodes, respectively. These electrodes are able to deliver specific capacities of ∼70 mAhg−1 at …

Electrochemical performance of electrophoretically deposited zinc antimony oxide–carbon black anode for lithium-ion batteries

Authors

U Ray,D Das,A Mitra,Subhasish Basu Majumder,Siddhartha Das

Journal

Materials Letters

Published Date

2024/1/15

Zinc antimony oxide (ZnSb2O6), a relatively new anode having a tri-rutile type of structure, is synthesized by a solution-based synthesis route. Zinc antimony oxide–carbon black (ZSO-CB) electrodes are fabricated by electrophoretic deposition technique. Regarding, film quality and mass loading, a 3-minute deposition period at 100 V applied potential is shown to yield optimized performance. When used as an anode for lithium-ion battery (LIB), these electrodes show a steady capacity of 464 mAhg−1 at a specific current of 500 mAg−1 after 400 cycles. It exhibits an excellent rate capability of 370 mAhg−1 at 4000 mAg−1 specific current, which is comparable to that of the theoretical capacity of commercial graphite anode (372 mAhg−1). ZSO can therefore be a potential anode for LIBs.

Electrochemical performance of melt impregnated lithium sulphur rechargeable cell: Effect of crosslinked water soluble polyacrylic acid binder

Authors

D Chatterjee,D Das,S Sahoo,KhM Asif Raihan,K Rajavel,Suprem R Das,SB Majumder

Journal

Materials Chemistry and Physics

Published Date

2024/1/15

Commercial lithium-ion batteries generate significant carbon footprint during the procurement of relatively scarce raw materials of Li, Co, Ni etc, manufacturing of cell, and their recycling. Lithium – sulphur battery is far more environmentally friendly as it uses only scarce lithium, has significantly higher specific energy density than Li ion cells, and easier to recycle. A facile one step scalable process has been developed to increase the loading and conductivity of sulphur; retard long chain polysulphides shuttling, tackle volumetric fluctuation of active particles and inhibit the lithium anode corrosion together with its dendritic growth during discharge – charge cycles. Electrode with EA-PAA binder delivers discharge capacity ∼836 mAh/g at 0.2C which is significantly larger than electrode made with PAA binder (∼745 mAh/g). At 1C rate electrode with EA-PAA binder delivers a discharge capacity ∼418 mAh/g which is …

Electrochemical characteristics of electrophoretically deposited nickel antimony oxide anode for lithium-ion rechargeable cells

Authors

Unmesha Ray,Debasish Das,Sambedan Jena,Arijit Mitra,Karabi Das,Subhasish Basu Majumder,Siddhartha Das

Journal

Journal of Power Sources

Published Date

2024/2/28

Lithium‐ion batteries (LIB) are widely used energy storage devices for powering portable electronics, electric transportation, and the grid. In this work, the co-precipitation method synthesizes nickel antimony oxide (NiSb2O6; NSO), a relatively new material for LIB anode. The structure of this material is a tri-rutile phase, wherein the lithium (Li) ions are stored via a conversion-type mechanism. The nickel antimony oxide-carbon black (NSO-CB) electrodes are fabricated using electrophoretic deposition. Ex-situ X-ray diffraction analysis reveals the structural breakdown of NSO into nickel oxide (NiO) and antimony pentaoxide (Sb2O5) after the first discharge. In the voltage range 0.01–2.5V vs. Li+/Li, a stable reversible capacity of 574 mAhg−1 is obtained at a specific current of 0.5Ag-1 after 100 cycles. At a high specific current of 5Ag-1, these electrodes deliver a specific capacity of 370 mAhg−1, equivalent to graphite's …

Ni6Se5, an unexplored transition metal chalcogenide of formula M (n+ 1) X n (2≤ n≤ 8), for high-performance hybrid supercapacitor and Li-ion battery application

Authors

Nikita Dey,Himadri Raha,Debasish Das,Samit Kumar Ray,Prasanta Kumar Guha

Journal

Nanotechnology

Published Date

2023/7/31

This work reports an in situ, one-step hydrothermal preparation procedure of a binder-free electrode growth of Ni 6 Se 5 on nickel foam (Ni 6 Se 5/NF) with a rod-like structure. Ni 6 Se 5 is an enveloped transition metal chalcogenides of formula M (n+ 1) X n (where 2≤ n≤ 8, M is a transition metal and X is chalcogen) of the nickel selenide family. The Ni 6 Se 5/NF electrode described here demonstrates an exceptional lifetime of 81% capacitance retention over 20000 cycles and a high specific capacitance of 473.5 Fg− 1 at a current density of 4 Ag− 1. The Ni 6 Se 5/NF/activated carbon asymmetric supercapacitor (SC) exhibits a remarkable 97.3 Whkg− 1 energy density and a 2325 Wkg− 1 power density. Ni 6 Se 5 served as an active electrode material in SC applications and offered exceptional power density and long cycle life. Ni 6 Se 5/NF, used as an anode for Li-ion batteries, has a lithium storage capacity of 939 …

Electrophoretic Deposition and Inkjet Printing as Promising Fabrication Routes to Make Flexible Rechargeable Cells and Supercapacitors

Authors

Debasish Das,Subhasish Basu Majumder,Sarmistha Basu,Kh M Asif Raihan,Rajavel Krishnamoorthy,Suprem Ranjan Das

Published Date

2023

The advent of various flexible electronic devices has necessitated the development of flexible electrochemical energy storage. The frontrunner among such energy storage devices is lithium-ion batteries and supercapacitors. In this chapter, we first describe the salient features of bendable and stretchable electrochemical energy storage devices. Second, we review the materials used in such flexible energy storage devices. Electrophoretic deposition and inkjet printing are proposed to be attractive fabrication tools to make flexible energy storage devices. The electrochemical performance of flexible graphite anodes, prepared by electrophoretic deposition on carbon cloth current collectors, is described. Finally, the electrochemical performance of inkjet-printed all-solid graphene supercapacitors is presented.

Ethanol Gas Sensors Using Semi-Hedgehog-like CuO Nanostructures: Studying the Role of Oxygen Vacancies, Unsaturated Cu-Sites, and Hole Accumulation Layer

Authors

Manisha Shaw,Dipanjan Samanta,Md Abdus Salam Shaik,Rajarshi Basu,Debasish Das,Amita Pathak

Journal

ACS Applied Nano Materials

Published Date

2023/11/29

Shape engineering, such as designing unique hierarchical morphologies with special geometric attributes, has been considered to be one of the effective ways to tailor the gas sensing abilities on transition-metal oxide nanostructured surfaces. Herein, we report a significant enhancement in the ethanol sensing performance of p-type CuO by tailoring their microstructure to a unique semihedgehog-like nanostructure (SHN, named sample A) having stiff spiky nanowires. SHNs were prepared by calcinating precipitates (at 400 °C) obtained from refluxing aqueous solutions of copper acetate, l-tartaric acid, SDS, and NaOH. The ethanol sensing performance of SHNs was compared to marigold-like nanoflowers and the existing literature. SHNs showed higher selectivity toward ethanol vapors against other VOCs and a sensitivity of 75% with response percentages of 3342.2 and 23.77 for 500 and 1 ppm, respectively, at …

Synthesis and electrochemical performance of in‐situ and ex‐situ carbon‐ coated Na2Ti3O7, as a promising anode for sodium‐ion batteries

Authors

Anwesa Mukherjee,Debasish Das,Susanta Banerjee,Subhashish Basu Majumder

Journal

Electrochemical Science Advances

Published Date

2023/10

Insertion‐type layered Na2Ti3O7 has attracted the attention of the researchers and is considered to be one of the promising low‐voltage anode materiasl for sodium‐ion batteries. In spite of its fascinating electrochemical properties, the low electronic conductivity and structural instability of Na2Ti3O7 are major drawbacks that restrict its practical application. Surface modification with pyrolytic carbon is one of the effective ways to reduce irreversible capacity loss caused by electrolytic degradation. In this work, attempts have been made to investigate the effects of different carbon coating approaches on the electrochemical properties of sol‐gel‐synthesized Na2Ti3O7 microrods. The as‐synthesized Na2Ti3O7 rods are coated with a uniform carbon layer both by in‐situ and ex‐situ methods using citric acid and polyvinyl alcohol as carbon source, respectively. Ex‐situ carbon‐coated Na2Ti3O7 (Na2Ti3O7@C), due to …

Electrophoretic deposition: an attractive approach to fabricate graphite anode for flexible Li-ion rechargeable cells

Authors

Debasish Das,SB Majumder,A Dhar,Sarmistha Basu

Journal

Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics

Published Date

2022/6

In this present study, we explore the efficacy of facile electrophoretic deposition technique to fabricate well-adhered and flexible graphite electrode on carbon cloth current collector. In order to fabricate the graphite anode, an electrostatically stabilized graphite-carbon black suspension has been prepared in isopropyl alcohol using polyacrylic acid as dispersant and nickel nitrate as charging agent. The EPD technique allows uniform, porous, and well-adhered coating on each strands of the carbon cloth. The graphite electrode delivers a reversible capacity of ~ 380 mAh/g at a specific current of 100 mA/g and when subjected to a log-term cycling at a specific current of 500 mA/g, it exhibits a specific capacity of ~ 248 mAh/g after 250 cycles. The EPD electrode also demonstrates excellent rate performance delivering a specific capacity of 115 mAh/g at a high specific current of 4000 mA/g. Moreover, upon reducing …

The generalized solubility limit approach for vanadium based cathode materials for lithium-ion batteries

Authors

Arijit Mitra,Advait Gilankar,Saptarshi Das,Sambedan Jena,Debasish Das,Subhasish B Majumder,Siddhartha Das

Journal

Journal of Materials Chemistry A

Published Date

2022

In this article, we address the issue of vanadium dissolution pertinent in several vanadium containing cathode materials using the solubility limit approach. This article is divided into three major sections. In the first section, we introduce and demonstrate this concept on a layered Fe–V–O Kazakhstanite phase, which undergoes active material dissolution. The vanadium dissolution observed in this material is found to be arrested by switching to a superconcentrated electrolyte, wherein the amount of “free” solvent is low. An electrolyte, consisting of 7 M lithium bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)imide in 1,3-dioxolane : 1,2-dimethoxyethane = 1 : 1 (v/v), is found to be suitable in providing the best cycling stability in the material amongst the compositions tested. The second section is focused towards providing a robust explanation for the observed experimental results in the previous section. Two major avenues, namely the …

Electrophoretic deposition of nickel ferrite anode for lithium-ion half cell with superior rate performance

Authors

Saptarshi Das,Debasish Das,Sambedan Jena,Arijit Mitra,Anandaroop Bhattacharya,Subhasish B Majumder

Journal

Surface and Coatings Technology

Published Date

2021/9/15

We report the use of nickel ferrite (NFO) with different morphologies as a superior anode material for lithium-ion batteries. The NFO nanoparticles are synthesized using simple auto-combustion process (CNFO) and micron-sized faceted particles are synthesized through pyrolysis of a nickel and iron metal-organic framework (MOF-NFO). Facile electrophoretic deposition (EPD) technique is employed to fabricate electrodes from a stable suspension of the active material (NFO) and conducting carbon-black. The EPD grown electrodes are uniform, porous and well adhered to the copper current collector. The CNFO and MOF-NFO electrodes retain a reversible capacity of 560 and 650 mAhg−1, respectively, after 150 cycles at a specific current of 0.5 Ag−1. Such EPD grown electrodes exhibit excellent rate capability delivering a capacity of 150 and 275 mAhg−1 at a high specific current of 8 Ag−1 for CNFO and NFO-MOF …

Investigations on the electrochemical characteristics of electrophoretically deposited NiTiO3 negative electrode for lithium-ion rechargeable cells

Authors

Tania Majumder,Debasish Das,Subhasish B Majumder

Journal

Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids

Published Date

2021/11/1

Due to high theoretical capacities, high energy densities, and widespread abundance, transition metal oxides have attracted much attention as negative electrode materials for Li-ion batteries (LIBs). We report herein the facile synthesis and fabrication of nickel titanate (NiTiO3) electrodes as potential anodes for LIBs. NiTiO3 (NTO) was synthesized by a conventional sol–gel process, and then a NTO-carbon black film was deposited on Cu foil by a simple electrophoretic deposition (EPD) technique. The NTO-carbon black electrode delivers a stable reversible specific capacity of 281 mA h g−1 at a specific current of 50 mA g−1 after 100 cycles. At a high specific current of 1.6 A g−1, the electrode exhibits a specific capacity of 130 mA h g−1. When the NTO-carbon black electrode of the same composition was fabricated by a conventional tape-casting process, it showed rapid capacity fading and poor rate performance …

Electrophoretic deposition of CuO particulate thick film for ethanol sensing

Authors

Anisha Bandyopadhyay,Kamalika Mandal,Vibhav Ambardekar,Debasish Das,SB Majumder

Journal

Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics

Published Date

2021/7

Detection of volatile organic compounds is of utmost importance in numerous applications such as medical diagnosis, air quality monitoring, hazardous gas detection and food industry. In the present work, investigation on the ethanol-sensing performance of CuO thick film fabricated by electrophoretic deposition (EPD) technique was done. Oval-shaped CuO powder is prepared at room temperature via a facile wet chemical method. A simple, versatile and reproducible electrophoretic deposition technique is employed to fabricate thick film of the as-synthesized CuO powder on to a non-conducting alumina pellet. The sensing performance of EPD-grown thick film CuO sensor has been investigated in static ambient. The uniform and porous sensing layer fabricated by EPD technique exhibits good sensing characteristics such as high response % (~ 129%), quick response (38 s), recovery (462 s) time and stable …

Electrophoretic deposition of metal-organic framework derived porous copper oxide anode for lithium and sodium ion rechargeable cells

Authors

Tania Majumder,Debasish Das,Sambedan Jena,Arijit Mitra,Saptarshi Das,Subhasish B Majumder

Journal

Journal of Alloys and Compounds

Published Date

2021/10/25

This article demonstrates the applicability of electrophoretically fabricated CuO-carbon black (CB) film as negative electrodes for lithium and sodium-ion rechargeable cells. CuO powder is derived from a thermally decomposed copper metal-organic framework (MOF) template. Electrophoretic deposition (EPD) of CuO-CB electrode has been carried out from a stable CuO-CB suspension, which is prepared in isopropanol medium containing polyacrylic acid and nickel nitrate as dispersant and charging agent respectively. The obtained EPD films are found to be porous and strongly adherent to underlying current collector, with a uniform distribution of CB and CuO. These films are observed to retain a reversible specific capacity of 500 mA h g−1 at 0.5 A g−1 and 256 mA h g−1 at 0.1 A g−1 after 100 cycles as Li-ion battery and Na-ion battery anode respectively. The uniformly dispersed CuO within the conductive …

Electrode Materials for Sodium Ion Rechargeable Batteries

Authors

Tania Majumder,Anwesa Mukherjee,Debasish Das,SB Majumder

Journal

Oxide Electronics

Published Date

2021/5/24

Sodium ion batteries featuring similar electrochemistry and fabrication technologies to lithium ion batteries are emerging as a promising low‐cost alternative for large‐scale storage applications due to its ubiquitous and truly earth‐abundant resources. However, to meet the ever‐growing demand of clean energy, intense research is going on to improve the electrochemical properties of Na ion batteries. This chapter consists of a brief review on state of the art Na ion battery components (cathode, electrolyte, and anode), outstanding research problems and different strategies adopted by our group to improve the electrochemical properties of ilmenite NiTiO3(NTO) and layered alkali titanate Na2Ti3O7 (NaTO) anodes and Prussian blue analogue (PBA) cathodes. Facile and up‐scalable wet chemical routes have been implemented to synthesize these materials. For conversion type NTO anode material a simple …

Nickel Titanate-GO composite as negative electrode for lithium and sodium ion batteries

Authors

Tania Majumder,Debasish Das,Subhasish B Majumder

Journal

Materials Letters

Published Date

2021/10/15

Electrophoretically deposited Nickel Titanate (NTO)-graphene oxide (GO) composite is proved as a promising anode for both lithium and sodium ion batteries. The optimized electrode delivers a high discharge capacity of 877 and 790 mAhg−1 against lithium and sodium with improved capacity retention (~506 & 290 mAhg−1) even after 100 cycles because of the synergistic effects between GO and NTO nanoparticles. Uniform distribution of active material, carbon black and GO in the EPD grown electrode as well as its superior adherence with the current collector might be responsible for improved electrochemical performance.

Cetrimonium bromide assisted formation of antimony alloy nanorods for use as an anode in lithium-ion and sodium-ion full-cells

Authors

Sambedan Jena,Arijit Mitra,Saptarshi Das,Debasish Das,Karabi Das,Subhasish B Majumder,Siddhartha Das

Journal

Applied Surface Science

Published Date

2021/3/15

Practical application of antimony alloy based electrodes in alkali-ion secondary batteries are viable due to their low-cost and widespread abundance. Employing unique nanostructuring strategies is vital for significantly improving their electrochemical performance while simultaneously addressing their inherent drawbacks. In this study, we report a simple microwave-hydrothermal approach for preparing antimony and tin-antimony alloy nanorods for the first time. Detailed X-ray diffraction and transmission electron microscopy measurements reveal that the preferential adsorption of cetrimonium bromide molecules on the (1 1 0) planes of the precursor alloy nanoparticles results in the formation of self-assembled nanorods with an average aspect ratio of 6. When mixed with nitrogen-doped graphene flakes, these nanorods deliver reversible discharge capacities of 500 mAh g−1 and 350 mAh g−1 at the end of 200 …

Electrophoretic deposition of ZnFe2O4–Carbonaceous composites as promising anode for lithium-ion batteries

Authors

Saptarshi Das,Debasish Das,Arijit Mitra,Sambedan Jena,Anandaroop Bhattacharya,Subhasish B Majumder

Journal

Materials Letters

Published Date

2021/10/15

A facile electrophoretic deposition technique is developed to prepare composite films of ZnFe2O4 (ZFO) and different carbonaceous materials such as carbon nanotubes and reduced graphene oxide for stable lithium-ion battery anode. The as-deposited films exhibit superior cycling stability with no capacity fade and good rate capability. High reversible capacities of 840 and 870 mAhg−1 were obtained after 100 cycles at 0.5 Ag−1 for ZFO-CNT and ZFO-RGO electrodes, respectively. The contribution of capacitive charge storage in the electrochemical performance is analyzed.

Surface modified sodium titanate as low voltage anode for sodium rechargeable cell with superior electrochemical properties

Authors

Anwesa Mukherjee,Subhadip Mondal,Debasish Das,Susanta Banerjee,S.B. Majumder

Journal

Materials Letters

Published Date

2021

Surface modification by a thin layer of inert carbon or zirconia obtained by simple impregnation method are found to beneficial to improve the cycleability and rate capability of Na2Ti3O7, a promising low voltage anode for sodium ion battery. X-ray diffraction analysis confirms that the structure of Na2Ti3O7 remains unaltered after the surface modification. Both carbon and zirconia coated samples show improved electrochemical properties compared to the bare Na2Ti3O7 as both the thin coating layer helps to control unwanted solid electrolyte interface (SEI) growth at electrode–electrolyte interface. After 100 cycles, the modified materials are able to retain ~75% (for Na2Ti3O7@C) and ~68% (for Na2Ti3O7@ZrO2) of their initial capacity whereas the bare material retains only ~21% of its initial capacity.

Elucidating the role of graphene and porous carbon coating on nanostructured Sb2S3 for superior lithium and sodium storage

Authors

Love Dashairya,Debasish Das,Partha Saha

Journal

Journal of Alloys and Compounds

Published Date

2021/11/25

Antimony sulfide (Sb2S3) is a promising anode for alkali metal ion batteries owing to its high theoretical specific capacity derived from sequential conversion and alloying reactions with lithium/sodium. However, volume variance during (de)lithiation/(de)sodiation complemented with sluggish reaction kinetics leads to severe capacity decay and cycle instability. Carbon in various forms has been explored with Sb2S3 to absorb the volumetric strain by rationale materials and electrode design. However, identifying the suitable carbon composite structure for improved electrochemical performance in lithium-ion and sodium-ion batteries remains a subject of investigation. The present work sheds light on the difference between lithium and sodium storage behavior in Sb2S3/carbon composite by designing two different structures. Therefore, a core-shell structure of Sb2S3 nanoparticle confined within a porous carbon shell …

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The h-index of Debasish Das has been 10 since 2020 and 11 in total.

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The articles with the titles of

Electrophoretically Deposited Na3V2 (PO4) 3 and its Carbonaceous Composites as Promising Cathode for Sodium-ion Batteries

Electrochemical performance of electrophoretically deposited zinc antimony oxide–carbon black anode for lithium-ion batteries

Electrochemical performance of melt impregnated lithium sulphur rechargeable cell: Effect of crosslinked water soluble polyacrylic acid binder

Electrochemical characteristics of electrophoretically deposited nickel antimony oxide anode for lithium-ion rechargeable cells

Ni6Se5, an unexplored transition metal chalcogenide of formula M (n+ 1) X n (2≤ n≤ 8), for high-performance hybrid supercapacitor and Li-ion battery application

Electrophoretic Deposition and Inkjet Printing as Promising Fabrication Routes to Make Flexible Rechargeable Cells and Supercapacitors

Ethanol Gas Sensors Using Semi-Hedgehog-like CuO Nanostructures: Studying the Role of Oxygen Vacancies, Unsaturated Cu-Sites, and Hole Accumulation Layer

Synthesis and electrochemical performance of in‐situ and ex‐situ carbon‐ coated Na2Ti3O7, as a promising anode for sodium‐ion batteries

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are the top articles of Debasish Das at Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur.

What are Debasish Das's research interests?

The research interests of Debasish Das are: Li-ion Battery, Na-ion Battery, Gas Sensors, SOFC, Electrophoretic Deposition

What is Debasish Das's total number of citations?

Debasish Das has 407 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Debasish Das?

The co-authors of Debasish Das are Subhasish Basu Majumder, Dr. Love Dashairya, Arijit Mitra, Sambedan Jena.

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    Subhasish Basu Majumder

    Subhasish Basu Majumder

    Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur

    H-index: 12
    Dr. Love Dashairya

    Dr. Love Dashairya

    National Institute of Technology, Rourkela

    H-index: 10
    Arijit Mitra

    Arijit Mitra

    Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur

    H-index: 10
    Sambedan Jena

    Sambedan Jena

    Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur

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