Mk Jayaraj

About Mk Jayaraj

Mk Jayaraj, With an exceptional h-index of 40 and a recent h-index of 23 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Cochin University of Science and Technology, specializes in the field of Transparent conducting oxides, Luminescent materails, Nanomaterails.

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

Exploring enhanced interfacial charge separation in ZnO/reduced graphene oxide hybrids on alkaline photoelectrochemical water splitting and photocatalytic pollutant degradation

Controlling the structural features of tin dioxide nanoparticles embedded reduced graphene oxide on carbon cloth to serve as high stability fast charging anode for Li-ion cells

Luminescent polymer composite made of glucose derived carbon dots/polyvinyl alcohol for the sensitive detection of Pb2+ in water

Large area synthesis of mono/few-layer MoS2 thin films on thermal oxide silicon substrate by pulsed laser deposition technique

Exploring the potential of iron oxide nanoparticle embedded carbon nanotube/polyaniline composite as anode material for Li-ion cells

Fabrication and characterisation of memristor device using sputtered hafnium oxide

Solid electrolyte membranes with Al2O3 nanofiller for fully solid-state Li-ion cells

A comparison study on the acetone sensing performance of preeminent nanostructures of SnO2 for diabetes diagnosis

Mk Jayaraj Information

University

Cochin University of Science and Technology

Position

Professor of Physics

Citations(all)

5966

Citations(since 2020)

2328

Cited By

4509

hIndex(all)

40

hIndex(since 2020)

23

i10Index(all)

126

i10Index(since 2020)

80

Email

University Profile Page

Cochin University of Science and Technology

Mk Jayaraj Skills & Research Interests

Transparent conducting oxides

Luminescent materails

Nanomaterails

Top articles of Mk Jayaraj

Exploring enhanced interfacial charge separation in ZnO/reduced graphene oxide hybrids on alkaline photoelectrochemical water splitting and photocatalytic pollutant degradation

Authors

Jesna Louis,Nisha Thekkekudathingal Padmanabhan,Madambi Kunjukuttan Jayaraj,Honey John

Journal

Materials Research Bulletin

Published Date

2024/1/1

Visible light-driven photocatalysis and photoelectrocatalysis have been intensively investigated for environmental remediation and green fuel generation. A highly efficient dual functional catalyst based on rGO decorated ZnO was synthesized by a hydrothermal method. The rGO incorporation facilitates the effective utilization of solar energy and improves the charge carrier separation and transportation efficiency. 0.5 wt% GO incorporated ZnO/rGO hybrid shows the highest photocatalytic activity towards pollutant degradation. Pure ZnO shows photocatalytic efficiency of 85 %, while ZnO/rGO shows 95 % degradation efficiency. The apparent rate constant of ZnO/rGO (67 × 10−3 min−1) showed 2.7 fold enhancement in comparison to bare ZnO (24 × 10−3 min−1). Consequently, ZnO/rGO shows highest hydrogen evolution activity by photoelectrocatalytic (PEC) water splitting in alkaline medium with a significantly lower …

Controlling the structural features of tin dioxide nanoparticles embedded reduced graphene oxide on carbon cloth to serve as high stability fast charging anode for Li-ion cells

Authors

Merin K Wilson,MJ Priya,Aldrin Antony,MK Jayaraj,S Jayalekshmi

Journal

Diamond and Related Materials

Published Date

2024/3/4

Tin dioxide or stannic oxide (SnO2) is an n-type semiconductor that has profound applications in gas sensors, solar cells, and energy storage devices like Li-ion batteries. Due to their high theoretical capacity (1494 mAh g−1) affordability, eco-friendliness, and safe operating conditions, SnO2 based anode materials are being extensively studied. Electrochemical capacity and stability for energy storage can be enhanced by embedding facet exposed SnO2 nanoparticles in reduced graphene oxide (rGO). In this study, SnO2 nanoparticles are synthesized and incorporated into rGO network via a simple solvo-thermal method is applied onto a carbon cloth substrate and used as anode for SnO2/rGO based Li-ion cell. The initial discharge capacity is found to be 1415 mAh g−1 and the charge capacity to be 1236 mAh g−1 with an initial Coulombic efficiency of 87 % at a current rate of 0.1 A g−1. The cell also exhibits …

Luminescent polymer composite made of glucose derived carbon dots/polyvinyl alcohol for the sensitive detection of Pb2+ in water

Authors

Soumya Ravi,MK Jayaraj

Journal

Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry

Published Date

2024/2/11

The present work emphasizes on the properties of luminescent polymer composites made from glucose derived carbon dots (g-CDs) integrated into polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) matrix by a solution casting method and their application for the trace level detection of Pb2+ in water based on fluorescence quenching. This method offers a convenient approach to explore solid state fluorescence of CDs in a host matrix providing good chemical, thermal and mechanical stability to CDs and envisages on the development of flexible, freestanding and sustainable polymer films as probes for the on-site strip based testing of lead in water. The emission wavelength appeared to be broad covering almost the entire visible spectrum, whereas the g-CDs showed emission only in the green region of the visible spectrum. The photoluminescence (PL) was also unaffected by the change in pH levels in aqueous media providing ample …

Large area synthesis of mono/few-layer MoS2 thin films on thermal oxide silicon substrate by pulsed laser deposition technique

Authors

PS Midhun,K Rajeev Kumar,MK Jayaraj

Journal

Thin Solid Films

Published Date

2023/10/1

Two-dimensional molybdenum disulphide (2D MoS2) has emerged as an auspicious material in the development of optoelectronic devices owing to its remarkable similarities with graphene while possessing a definite bandgap. However, the production of these devices is restricted due to the difficulties in producing high-quality 2D MoS2 films on a large scale. Here we report the growth of mono/few layers of MoS2 - on thermal oxide silicon (Si/SiO2) substrate using pulsed laser deposition (PLD). The presence of Raman peaks corresponding to A1g and E12g modes of vibration confirmed the formation of 2D MoS2. The difference in Raman shift of A1g and E12g modes was used to find out the number of layers of the PLD-grown MoS2 thin films, which was found to be increasing with deposition time. Photoluminescence spectra also revealed the formation of mono/few-layered MoS2 thin films, and the thickness of the …

Exploring the potential of iron oxide nanoparticle embedded carbon nanotube/polyaniline composite as anode material for Li-ion cells

Authors

Merin K Wilson,V Saikrishna,Jasna Mannayil,EM Sreeja,A Abhilash,Aldrin Antony,MK Jayaraj,S Jayalekshmi

Journal

Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics

Published Date

2023/8

Transition metal oxides are being widely explored to meet the requirements of high-capacity anodes for Li-ion batteries in electric and hybrid electric vehicles. Depending on the energy storage mechanism, anode materials are classified into insertion, conversion, and alloying types. Iron oxide (Fe2O3) is a conversion-type anode material for Li-ion cells. It has drawn significant attention due to its high specific capacity (1007 mAh g−1), environmental friendliness, and the availability of simple synthesis routes. In this study, attempts are made to improve the electrical conductivity and structural stability of Fe2O3 nanoparticles by embedding them in functionalized carbon nanotubes (F-CNT)/polyaniline (PANI) network, and the resulting nanocomposite has been studied as anode material for Li-ion cells. This composite anode material is synthesized using a simple hydrothermal method and in-situ-polymerization …

Fabrication and characterisation of memristor device using sputtered hafnium oxide

Authors

Antony Sharon,PS Subin,MK Jayaraj,Aldrin Antony

Journal

Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics

Published Date

2023/5

Being the 4th fundamental passive element, the memristor could play a vital role in emerging technology. A simple two-terminal device structure and small dimension extend the application of memristor in super-fast computing, memory and neuromorphic systems. The high dielectric constant of hafnium oxide (HfOx) attracts considerable interest in resistive switching. In this work, HfOx thin films (65 nm) were deposited over commercially purchased platinised silicon substrate by rf magnetron sputtering. Thermal evaporated silver (Ag) of 200 nm was the top electrode. The device shows bipolar resistive switching behaviour with set/reset voltages less than ± 0.5 V and a current operating range less than 1 mA without any post-deposition annealing process. This low voltage switching might be due to the formation of metallic Ag filament from active silver top electrode along with the migration of oxygen vacancies in the …

Solid electrolyte membranes with Al2O3 nanofiller for fully solid-state Li-ion cells

Authors

Merin K Wilson,Cyril Augustin,A Abhilash,B Jinisha,Aldrin Antony,MK Jayaraj,S Jayalekshmi

Journal

Polymer Bulletin

Published Date

2023/9/8

Fully solid-state lithium-ion cells have the benefits of excellent safety, remarkable electrochemical stability, and extended cycle life. They are categorized as prospective candidates for new-generation energy storage devices capable of safe and stable operation for relatively long periods. In whole solid-state Li-ion cells, polymer-based solid electrolyte membranes (SEMs) are expected to serve as both the solid electrolyte and the partition material. Remarkably high ionic conductivity and efficient ion diffusion can be achieved in SEMs by incorporating inorganic filler materials. In the present work, solid electrolyte membranes are developed by a simple solution cast method. The addition of Al2O3 nanoparticles is found to enhance the ionic conductivity of SE membranes to 1.25 × 10−4 S cm−1 for optimum concentrations of lithium salt and filler material. These SE membranes show relatively high electrochemical …

A comparison study on the acetone sensing performance of preeminent nanostructures of SnO2 for diabetes diagnosis

Authors

MJ Priya,PP Subha,Aldrin Antony,MK Jayaraj,K Rajeev Kumar

Journal

Physica Scripta

Published Date

2023/11/29

Metal oxide semiconductor-based acetone sensors are of great need owing to their cost-effective easy production for real-time applications. Experiments on different morphologies of metal oxide nanostructures are gaining momentum for enhancing acetone sensing properties. 1D nanofibers and dangling bonds-rich facet exposed materials are eminent nanostructures in this field. In this article, we compare the acetone-sensing abilities of these nanostructures, including nanofibers and facet-exposed nanostructures. Acetone sensing qualities of the fabricated sensors were tested at different temperatures varying from 100 to 350 C. Due to a significant number of dangling bonds on the surface, the octahedral nanoparticle sensor produced a higher response than the other sensors. At their respective operating temperatures, each of the manufactured sensors was capable of detecting a very low concentration of …

Ultrafast detection of folic acid in nanomolar levels and cancer cell imaging using hydrothermally synthesized carbon dots

Authors

TK Krishnapriya,S Prasanth,Ayswaria Deepti,PS Baby Chakrapani,AS Asha,MK Jayaraj

Journal

Microchemical Journal

Published Date

2023/5/1

The development of an ultrafast folic acid (FA) sensor (with no incubation time), having a detection limit and detection range in the nanomolar levels is of high importance in the field of biomedical FA sensing. For that, highly luminescent carbon dots (CDs) are synthesized by hydrothermal method with a lower growth duration of ‘1 h’ using the precursors, anhydrous citric acid as the carbon source and ethylenediamine as the nitrogen dopant material. TEM images confirmed a spherical morphology for the prepared CDs with an average size of nearly 2.8 nm. A photoluminescence quenching-based technique is used for FA detection using the prepared CDs. The detection limit is 6 nM, the lowest reported for CDs made from these precursors and the detection range is 0–50 nM. The mode of quenching is found to be static, based on the lifetime measurements and UV–vis spectroscopy. The mechanism of static …

Photonic and optoelectronic applications of graphene: Applications of graphene in surface-enhanced Raman scattering

Authors

Pradeep Kumar,Monika Gupta,Nurul Nadia Norhakim,Mohamed Shuaib Mohamed Saheed,Huzein Fahmi Hawari,Zainal Arif Burhanudin

Published Date

2023/6/1

In this chapter, a brief overview of commercially available and recently demonstrated transparent conducting electrodes (TCEs) is given. Then, a discussion on the metrics of the TCEs is presented. Next, several methods of TCE fabrication are reviewed. This is followed by a detailed review of hybrid TCEs made of graphene and other materials such as carbon nanotubes, conducting polymers, and metal nanostructures. The effects of different graphene-based electrodes on the performance of LEDs/OLEDs are discussed in detail. Finally, a summary with a brief discussion on the prospects of graphene-based TCEs is presented.

Synthesis of Indolocarbazole [3, 2-b] derivatives and their application as hole selective layer in silicon hetero-junction solar cells

Authors

JR Haritha,Kurias K Markose,Kiran James,TR Midhun,N Manoj,MK Jayaraj

Journal

AIP Conference Proceedings

Published Date

2023/8/31

We have designed and synthesized Indolo [3, 2-b] carbazole derivative (6, 12-bis (4-methoxyphenyl)-5, 11-dioctyl-5, 11-dihydroindolo [3, 2-b] carbazole) as a carrier selective layer for efficient extraction of holes in crystalline silicon-based (c-Si) solar cells, which dominate in the field of photovoltaics. Being a semiconductor showing p-type conductivity, having a broad bandgap (Eg> 3 eV) with a wide range of work function (3-7 eV) 1, the Indolocarbazole derivatives offer divergent optoelectronic properties. In order to study its feasibility as a hole-selective layer for Si heterojunction solar cells, test diodes were fabricated (Ag/IC/n-Si/Ag). From the fabricated diode, obtained an ideality factor (n) of 2.67 and a saturation current density (Jo) of 7.94 nA/cm2.

Glucose-derived carbon dots as nanofillers for improved ionic conductivity in polyvinyl alcohol–based solid polymer electrolyte membranes

Authors

Soumya Ravi,Merin K Wilson,S Jayalekshmi,MK Jayaraj

Journal

Ionics

Published Date

2023/11

Flexible solid polymer electrolytes (SPEs) constitute an emerging class of safe and prospective electrolytes to be used in next-generation all solid-state energy storage devices. The present work is an attempt to incorporate organic nanofillers like carbon dots derived from glucose (g-CDs), in a benign polymer blend PVA-PEG with NaCl as the dopant salt and to establish the effect of organic nanofillers on the physico-chemical properties of the blend and the ionic conductivity and ion transport mechanism within the blend polymer. For the free-standing and flexible solid polymer electrolyte membranes of PVA-PEG/NaCl modified with g-CDs, a maximum room temperature ionic conductivity of 1.24 × 10−5 S cm−1 is reported which gets enhanced to 1.77 × 10−4 S cm−1 at 60 °C. A high Na ion transference number of 0.43 and a high electrochemical stability window of 0–3.5 V are also observed. Studies on flexible …

Chemical vapour deposited graphene-mediated enhanced SERS performance in silver nanostructures

Authors

Savitha Nalini,Subin Thomas,Anju K S,Jayaraj M K,Rajeev K Kumar

Journal

Materials Science and Technology

Published Date

2022/12/15

This work demonstrates how chemical vapour deposited monolayer graphene enhances the SERS activity in a conventional plasmonic substrate. The single-layer graphene is evidenced by various spectroscopic analyses. A thin coating of silver on graphene/SiO2/Si substrate serves as the graphene-mediated SERS (GSERS) platform, which offers a detection limit (LOD) of 10−14 M and an enhancement factor of 9.48 × 108 for the R6G molecule. The performance of the GSERS substrate is superior to that of the substrate without graphene, which has a LOD of 10−10 M only. The detection of low concentrations of Sudan-I is also demonstrated with the GSERS substrate. A highly sensitive simple two-stage SERS substrate made of high-quality graphene film is the crowning achievement of this study.

Mn3O4/carbon as a prospective anode for Li-ion cells

Authors

Merin K Wilson,Dhanya P Jacob,Aldrin Antony,MK Jayaraj,S Jayalekshmi

Journal

Materials Today: Proceedings

Published Date

2023/5/12

Lithium ion batteries are widely investigated to ensure best performance and long life span of portable electronic devices. For high-energy applications like electric automobiles (EV) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEV), Li-ion batteries with much higher energy density are mandatory. High energy density LIBs work on silicon or transition metal oxides (MxOy, where M can be Co, Mn, Fe and Ni) based anodes. Theoretically, Mn3O4 has quite high capacity around 936 mAhg−1, has the lowest electromotive force, is environmentally friendly, has an abundance of resources, and has the lowest hazardous level. However, pure Mn3O4 has many limitations, including low electrical conductivity (10-7 to 10-8 Scm−1), significant volume expansion during lithium insertion/extraction, and the development of unstable solid electrolyte interface (SEI) coating. To address these issues, one of the most viable approaches is the use of …

Room temperature H2S gas sensor based on zinc tin oxide thin film transistor

Authors

Manu Shaji,KJ Saji,MK Jayaraj

Journal

AIP Conference Proceedings

Published Date

2023/8/31

The development of room temperature gas sensors is vital for power-efficient applications. In this work, we investigated the room temperature sensing of hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S) gas with zin tin oxide (ZTO) bottom gated thin film transistor. Exposure to 50 ppm H 2 S for 60 seconds shows a negative shift in the transfer curve. Being a TIT-based sensor, a number of parameters can be taken into account to sense the analyte gas. At room temperature, the device shows no response to other analyte gases used in the study. With exposure to H2S, a negative threshold voltage shift of 0.9 V was observed. The device showed a response of 3.2 at room temperature when operated in the subthreshold swing region.

Hexagonal/monoclinic phase junction modulated WO3 heterostructures for the detection of ammonia

Authors

MJ Priya,PP Subha,Aldrin Antony,MK Jayaraj,K Rajeev Kumar

Journal

Chemical Physics Letters

Published Date

2023/10/16

Engineering the formation of phase junctions in the metal oxide is a powerful way to improve their gas-sensing performance. Here, we report a successful synthesis of different WO3 nanostructures. A simple and cost-effective hydrothermal technique was employed for the synthesis of monoclinic (m-WO3) and mixed hexagonal-monoclinic WO3 nanostructures (h-/m-WO3). The h-/m-WO3 exhibits a higher response than m-WO3 at 200℃. Among the various reducing gases, h-/m-WO3 is more sensitive toward ammonia whereas m-WO3 is sensitive toward H2S. The h-/m-WO3 device could detect a low ammonia concentration of 10 ppm and show spontaneous recovery, good repeatability, and long-term stability.

Microwave-induced growth of {101̅0} faceted zinc oxide/graphene 2D/2D nanostructures for visible-light photocatalysis and hydrogen evolution reaction

Authors

Jesna Louis,Nisha Thekkekudathingal Padmanabhan,Madambi Kunjukuttan Jayaraj,Honey John

Journal

Journal of Alloys and Compounds

Published Date

2023/5/5

The future hydrogen economy urges to replace platinum-based catalysts since large-scale production of hydrogen using platinum is not economically viable to deal with the influx of interest. Developing cost-effective, durable, and efficient catalysts is one of the most relevant research frontiers. Herein, interconnected and {10 1 ̅ 0} faceted 2D zinc oxide decorated on graphene sheets was effectively fabricated by a simple CTAB-assisted microwave technique and has been intensively investigated for photocatalytic dye degradation and electrocatalytic hydrogen evolution. The XRD and Raman spectra confirm the in-situ reduction of GO to rGO and successful synthesis of ZnO/rGO hybrids. Compared with the pure ZnO, as-obtained ZnO/rGO hybrids exhibited good stability and superior photocatalytic efficiency under visible-light irradiation, owing to reduced electron-hole pair recombination upon GO incorporation, as …

Biocompatible, Europium-Doped Fluorapatite Nanoparticles as a Wide-Range pH Sensor

Authors

TK Krishnapriya,Ayswaria Deepti,PS Baby Chakrapani,AS Asha,MK Jayaraj

Journal

Journal of Fluorescence

Published Date

2023/10/13

The development of a simple, biocompatible, pH sensor with a wide range of detection, using a single fluorescent probe is highly important in the medical field for the early detection of diseases related to the pH change of tissues and body fluids. For this purpose, europium-doped fluorapatite (FAP: Eu) nanoparticles were synthesized using the coprecipitation method. Doping with the rare earth element europium (Eu) makes the non-luminescent phosphate mineral fluorapatite, luminescent. The luminous response of the sample upon dissolution in hydrochloric acid (HCl), in highly acidic to weakly basic media, makes it a potential pH sensor. A linear variation was observed with an increase in pH, in both the total intensity of emission and the R-value or the asymmetry ratio. The ratiometric pH sensing enabled by the variation in R-value makes the sensor independent of external factors. The structural, optical, and …

Post-mortem studies of mesoporous carbon coated, nanostructured silicon anode of li-ion cell

Authors

Merin K Wilson,MK Kavitha,MK Jayaraj,S Jayalekshmi

Journal

AIP Conference Proceedings

Published Date

2023/8/31

Lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) have come up as promising devices for energy storage applications because of high energy density, low self-discharge, long cycle life and absence of memory effect, they are endowed with. High energy density LIBs are particularly considered as ideal sources for powering electric vehicles (EV) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEV). Silicon and transition metal oxides are widely pursued anode materials for Li ion cells due to the advantages of high theoretical capacity, environmental friendliness and suitable and safe voltage profile. However, they encounter challenges arising from large volume expansion up to 300% on lithium insertion, poor electrical conductivity and formation of unstable solid electrolyte interface (SEI) layers. 1 Efficient working of an ideal Li-ion cell relies on never-ending shuttling of lithium ions during charging and discharging (or lithiation and delithiation) between the …

Single step growth of vertical MoS2 thin films by chemical vapor deposition for hydrogen evolution reaction

Authors

Swathy B Saseendran,Anamika Ashok,MK Jayaraj,R Reshmi,AS Asha

Journal

Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics

Published Date

2023/5

The effect of precursor ratio and sulfur-source to substrate distance on the growth of vertically aligned nanostructured (vertical) MoS2 thin films by single-step chemical vapor deposition technique is reported here. The growth parameters such as temperature, Mo:S ratio, growth time, and sulfur-source to substrate distance were varied systematically to obtain vertical MoS2 thin films. The density of vertical flakes was maximum at an optimum Mo:S ratio of 1:6 and sulfur-source to substrate distance of 4 cm. The formation of layered MoS2 thin films with densely packed vertical flakes of MoS2 nanostructures was further confirmed by Raman, PL, XRD, XPS, and TEM measurements. HER studies revealed an enhancement in electrocatalytic activity for the vertical MoS2 thin films compared with horizontally aligned nanostructured (horizontal) MoS2 thin films, making the former a potential candidate for HER catalyst.

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What is Mk Jayaraj's h-index at Cochin University of Science and Technology?

The h-index of Mk Jayaraj has been 23 since 2020 and 40 in total.

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The articles with the titles of

Exploring enhanced interfacial charge separation in ZnO/reduced graphene oxide hybrids on alkaline photoelectrochemical water splitting and photocatalytic pollutant degradation

Controlling the structural features of tin dioxide nanoparticles embedded reduced graphene oxide on carbon cloth to serve as high stability fast charging anode for Li-ion cells

Luminescent polymer composite made of glucose derived carbon dots/polyvinyl alcohol for the sensitive detection of Pb2+ in water

Large area synthesis of mono/few-layer MoS2 thin films on thermal oxide silicon substrate by pulsed laser deposition technique

Exploring the potential of iron oxide nanoparticle embedded carbon nanotube/polyaniline composite as anode material for Li-ion cells

Fabrication and characterisation of memristor device using sputtered hafnium oxide

Solid electrolyte membranes with Al2O3 nanofiller for fully solid-state Li-ion cells

A comparison study on the acetone sensing performance of preeminent nanostructures of SnO2 for diabetes diagnosis

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are the top articles of Mk Jayaraj at Cochin University of Science and Technology.

What are Mk Jayaraj's research interests?

The research interests of Mk Jayaraj are: Transparent conducting oxides, Luminescent materails, Nanomaterails

What is Mk Jayaraj's total number of citations?

Mk Jayaraj has 5,966 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Mk Jayaraj?

The co-authors of Mk Jayaraj are John F. Wager, Ramesh Chandra, Aneesh P M, Saji K J, Dr. Nisha T Padmanabhan, KURIAS K MARKOSE.

    Co-Authors

    H-index: 56
    John F. Wager

    John F. Wager

    Oregon State University

    H-index: 47
    Ramesh Chandra

    Ramesh Chandra

    Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee

    H-index: 18
    Aneesh P M

    Aneesh P M

    Central University of Kerala

    H-index: 18
    Saji K J

    Saji K J

    Cochin University of Science and Technology

    H-index: 10
    Dr. Nisha T Padmanabhan

    Dr. Nisha T Padmanabhan

    Cochin University of Science and Technology

    H-index: 7
    KURIAS K MARKOSE

    KURIAS K MARKOSE

    Cochin University of Science and Technology

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