Nikesh A. Shah

Nikesh A. Shah

Saurashtra University

H-index: 26

Asia-India

About Nikesh A. Shah

Nikesh A. Shah, With an exceptional h-index of 26 and a recent h-index of 23 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Saurashtra University, specializes in the field of Material Science, HTSC, Manganites, Nanomaterials, Thin films and devices.

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

Sensing characteristics and EPIR Studies on composite manganites: Role of nanoparticles in the micronsized matrix lattice

Dielectric performance of nanostructured magnesium oxide and effect of cobalt substitution

Influence of swift heavy ion irradiation on charge transport and conduction mechanisms across the interface of LaMnO3 and La0. 7Ca0. 3MnO3 manganites

Enormous electroresistance and field effect studies on LaMnO3–δ/La0. 7Ca0. 3MnO3/LaAlO3 manganite–manganite composite structure

Charge transport studies on pulsed laser deposited grown manganite based thin film device

Anisotropic electrical properties of 200 MeV Ag+ 15 ion irradiated manganite films

Synthesis and dielectric studies of Ni doped MgO nanostructure

Investigation on various properties of Dy0. 7Ca0. 3MnO3: TiO2 based nano-micro composites

Nikesh A. Shah Information

University

Saurashtra University

Position

Professor of Physics

Citations(all)

2428

Citations(since 2020)

1992

Cited By

1261

hIndex(all)

26

hIndex(since 2020)

23

i10Index(all)

69

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62

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University Profile Page

Saurashtra University

Nikesh A. Shah Skills & Research Interests

Material Science

HTSC

Manganites

Nanomaterials

Thin films and devices

Top articles of Nikesh A. Shah

Sensing characteristics and EPIR Studies on composite manganites: Role of nanoparticles in the micronsized matrix lattice

Authors

Hardik Gohil,Keval Gadani,Hetal Boricha,Bhargav Rajyaguru,Himanshu Dadhich,Nisarg Raval,Davit Dhruv,VR Rathod,NP Barde,PP Bardapurkar,RJ Gohel,K Asokan,NA Shah,PS Solanki

Journal

Materials Research Bulletin

Published Date

2024/5/1

In the present communication, the electrical transport properties have been investigated for manganite-based composites consisting of different weight fractions of nanoparticles of LaMnO3 (LMO) and polycrystalline La0.7Ca0.3MnO3 (LCMO). A complex phase separation scenario has been proposed to understand the hysteretic resistive nature exhibited by manganite matrix composites. The role of complex phase separation has been discussed for the manganite composite resistivity and temperature coefficient of resistance (TCR) dependence on temperature, thermal cycle, current and LMO content as well as their sensitivity for voltage and current have also been examined. Observed electric pulse-induced resistance (EPIR) switching in these composites under different applied voltages and magnetic fields have been understood based on a complex phase separation scenario and the formation–rupture of …

Dielectric performance of nanostructured magnesium oxide and effect of cobalt substitution

Authors

Prachi Desai,Vaishnavi Darji,MP Deshpande,SH Chaki,Pinkesh G Sutariya,Heni Soni,PS Solanki,NA Shah,Bharavi Hirpara

Journal

Materials Today Communications

Published Date

2024/3/1

Here, we examined effect of Co substitution on dielectric characteristics of MgO nanostructures at various doping concentrations with the view to finding its use as a capacitor. The grain and grain boundary have significant impact on the dielectric characteristics' temperature and frequency dependency. Pure and Co doped MgO nanostructures showed dramatic drop in their dielectric constant and dielectric loss with increasing frequency. Reverse micelle micro emulsions of water-cyclohexane-CTAB ternary oil-surfactant-water systems were used to synthesize both pure and Co doped MgO nanostructures. Energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDX), powder X-ray diffraction (PXRD), dynamic light scattering based particle size analysis (DLS-PSA), photoluminescence (PL), and Raman spectroscopy were used to analyze the synthesized materials. Different frequency and temperature range were studied for the …

Influence of swift heavy ion irradiation on charge transport and conduction mechanisms across the interface of LaMnO3 and La0. 7Ca0. 3MnO3 manganites

Authors

Bhargav Rajyaguru,Keval Gadani,Himanshu Dadhich,Davit Dhruv,V Ganesan,K Asokan,NA Shah,PS Solanki

Journal

Ceramics International

Published Date

2024/2/13

Swift heavy ion (SHI) irradiated LaMnO3/La0.7Ca0.3MnO3 (LMO/LCMO) interfaces have been investigated to understand their charge transport and conduction mechanisms. Prominent effect of ion fluence has been discussed for the interface resistivity behaviors and metal to insulator phase transition for LMO/LCMO interfaces on the bases of lattice strain, crystalline granular state, crystalline imperfection, average grain size, grain boundary density and rms surface roughness. Field effect configuration (FEC) has been employed to study the interesting modifications in the irradiated LMO/LCMO interface resistivity under different applied electric fields to understand the depletion region, free charge carrier density, ferromagnetic phase fractions and crystal field based distortions. A Phenomenological percolation model has been employed to understand the role of phase separation in governing the charge conduction …

Enormous electroresistance and field effect studies on LaMnO3–δ/La0. 7Ca0. 3MnO3/LaAlO3 manganite–manganite composite structure

Authors

Bhargav Rajyaguru,Keval Gadani,MJ Keshvani,Davit Dhruv,AD Joshi,K Asokan,RJ Choudhary,DM Phase,NA Shah,PS Solanki

Journal

Materials Research Bulletin

Published Date

2024/2/1

Field effect configuration (FEC) coupled field effect studies (FES) is one of the prime requisites for the development of spintronic based logic and memory devices having better sensitivities for external perturbations specifically while scaling down the technology. In this communication, LaMnO3–δ / La0.7Ca0.3MnO3 / LaAlO3 (LMO / LCMO / LAO) manganite – manganite composite structure was successfully fabricated using cost effective chemical solution deposition (CSD) method. FEC coupled FES have been performed across the electrically polarizable LMO layer and LCMO conducting channel. Enormous room temperature colossal electroresistance (CER) has been acquired ∼ 7000 % under 2 MV/cm forward biased control electric field and ∼ 8.5 × 105 % under 0.9 MV/cm reverse biased control electric field. Elegant modifications in the resistive behavior have been understood on the bases of charge carrier …

Charge transport studies on pulsed laser deposited grown manganite based thin film device

Authors

Keval Gadani,Faizal Mirza,Davit Dhruv,K Asokan,PS Solanki,NA Shah,AD Joshi

Journal

Applied Physics A

Published Date

2024/5

Charge transport studies on pulsed laser deposition grown Y 0.95 Ca 0.05 MnO 3 (YCMO) thin film on (100) single crystalline Nb: SrTiO 3 (SNTO) substrate. X-ray diffraction analysis reveals the single phase nature of YCMO manganite film having lattice mismatch between YCMO thin layer and SNTO substrate. Surface morphology, studied using atomic force microscopy, indicates the presence of island like grain growth with narrow size distribution. Transport properties have been studied by performing temperature dependent resistivity under different applied voltages across the YCMO/SNTO interface to understand the charge conduction across the same interface. The observed electric field-induced modifications in interface resistance across the YCMO/SNTO lattice have been discussed in the contexts of barrier between YCMO and SNTO, oxygen vacancies, structural disorder and structurally strained region at …

Anisotropic electrical properties of 200 MeV Ag+ 15 ion irradiated manganite films

Authors

Bhagyashree Udeshi,Bharavi Hirpara,Sukriti Hans,M Ranjan,MR Gonal,K Asokan,RK Trivedi,AD Joshi,PS Solanki,NA Shah

Journal

Materials Chemistry and Physics

Published Date

2023/6/1

In the present communication, the investigations on the structural, morphological, electrical and magnetodielectric (MD) properties of pulsed laser deposited La0.90Ca0.10MnO3 (LCMO) nanostructured thin films grown on SNTO substrate followed by irradiation using 200 MeV Ag+15 ions have been carried out. Structural properties were studied using X–ray diffraction (XRD) technique. The lattice mismatch was calculated from the XRD spectra in order to get insights on the interfacial strain in all the thin films. Morphological properties were determined using atomic force microscopy (AFM) to study the irradiation induced alterations in the LCMO nanostructured thin films. Dielectric spectroscopy as a function of frequency was carried out to study the electrical properties of pristine and irradiated samples. The anisotropic MD properties were measured by employing the external magnetic field of 1 T in two different …

Synthesis and dielectric studies of Ni doped MgO nanostructure

Authors

Prachi Desai,Vaishnavi Darji,MP Deshpande,SH Chaki,PS Solanki,NA Shah,Bharavi Hirpara

Journal

Inorganic and Nano-Metal Chemistry

Published Date

2023/9/19

Pure and Ni-doped MgO nanostructures were synthesized using reverse micelle approach, which produced a size distribution with narrow range effectively. By using X-ray diffraction, the face cantered cubic structure of each sample was confirmed. Energy dispersive analysis of X-ray confirms composition of all the samples. By using the high-resolution transmission mode of electron microscopy, the morphology and size of the nanostructure were validated. Utilizing reflectance spectra, the Kubelka–Munk equation has been used to calculate the optical bandgap which is ref shifted with doping. Vibrational mode analysis was done using Raman spectroscopy. Broadband dielectric spectroscopy was used to measure the dielectric parameters revealing improved dielectric performance for Ni doped MgO nanostructure. Because of the generation of oxygen vacancies by dopant addition, lower frequency dielectric loss and …

Investigation on various properties of Dy0. 7Ca0. 3MnO3: TiO2 based nano-micro composites

Authors

Urvashi Jambukiya,Mayur Parmar,Neeta A Bhammar,KN Rathod,Debashish Sarkar,MR Gonal,Davit Dhruv,PS Solanki,DD Pandya,NA Shah,AD Joshi

Journal

Journal of Alloys and Compounds

Published Date

2023/12/10

In the present research work, manganite metal oxide nano-micro composites have been synthesized successfully wherein, chemically grown Dy0.7Ca0.3MnO3 was combined in different weight ratio composition of micron sized TiO2 (i.e., 0 %, 10 %, 20 %, 30 %, 40 % and 100 %). Prepared nano-micro DCMO:TiO2 has been characterized further wherein, structural aspects have been carried out using X-ray diffraction and W-H plot measurements which provides information regarding crystalline size, lattice strain and crystallinity. FESEM and HRTEM has been characterized for the assessment of the crystallinity and granular morphology. The elemental composition with desired stoichiometric quantities has been verified using EDAX. SAED patterns gives detailed information about intereticular distance and angles between crystallographic planes. Different frequency dependent electrical properties (i.e., dielectric …

Role of grain boundary defects in nanostructured manganites

Authors

Keval Gadani,VG Shrimali,AD Joshi,K Asokan,NA Shah,PS Solanki

Published Date

2023/1/1

Pure and doped rare-earth-based manganites having mixed valent Mn ions have attracted many researchers and scientists at a global level due to their novel physical properties that are suitable for practical applications. These compounds are known to exhibit metal-to-insulator electronic phase transition along with ferromagnetic-to-paramagnetic transition. In the vicinity of these phase transition temperatures, they exhibit large intrinsic magnetoresistance (MR), which is explained by the Zener double exchange (ZDE) mechanism. Other than ZDE, Jahn–Teller effect is also important to consider for understanding the charge transport properties of manganites. Nanostructured manganites are important specifically because of the low field MR (LFMR) exhibited by them. Grain boundary effects strongly govern the LFMR in nanostructured manganites. However, the grain boundary effects are also responsible for …

Thermionic emission assisted charge conduction mechanisms across LaMnO3/La0. 7Ca0. 3MnO3 interface of manganite thin film structure

Authors

Himanshu Dadhich,Bhargav Rajyaguru,Keval Gadani,Hardika Goswami,VR Rathod,VG Shrimali,S Mukherjee,K Asokan,NA Shah,PS Solanki

Journal

Current Applied Physics

Published Date

2023/3/17

In the present communication, temperature dependence of resistive switching (RS) behavior across chemically grown LaMnO3/La0.7Ca0.3MnO3 (LMO/LCMO) interface have been discussed by employing various theoretical approaches and mechanisms. Temperature dependent RS behavior of LMO/LCMO interface highlights impactful switching between high resistance state (HRS) and low resistance state (LRS) under reverse bias mode through an active role of depletion region. Trapping–detrapping processes assisted charge conduction has been identified as a source of RS nature of LMO/LCMO interface. Thermionic emission model and space charge limited conduction (SCLC) mechanism have been employed to understand the charge conduction and charge transport across LMO/LCMO interface. Present structure of Ag/LMO/LCMO/Ag has also been investigated for possible retention and endurance …

Irradiation effect on structural and electrical properties of YMnO3/ITO/glass thin film

Authors

Khushal Sagapariya,Davit Dhruv,Bhagyashree Udeshi,DD Pandya,AD Joshi,PS Solanki,NA Shah

Journal

Materials Today Communications

Published Date

2023/8/3

In this communication, the structural, microstructural and electrical properties of YMnO3/ITO/glass thin films have been thoroughly studied. Moreover, the electrical properties of this film have been studied in the absence of magnetic field and in the vicinity of applied magnetic field of 1 T. In addition to it, the YMnO3/ITO/glass thin films were grown using sophisticated pulsed laser deposition (PLD) technique which was further irradiated by 120 MeV Ag+9 ions with different ion fluence of 5 × 1011–5 × 1013 ions/cm2. In order to calculate crystallite size of the film, Scherrer’s formula and W-H plot are plotted. For the investigation of surface morphology, Atomic force microscopy (AFM) has been performed. Variation in electrical properties have been discussed in the context of average grain size, grain boundary density, rms surface roughness, defect density and oxygen vacancies. To understand the dielectric response of …

Characterization of BiFeO3–Al2O3 nano-composites: A study of structural, microstructural, electrical, and magnetic properties

Authors

DK Chudasama,VG Shrimali,Sangita Chavda,Payal Joshi,Urvashi Jambukiya,VS Vadgama,Davit Dhruv,PS Solanki,AD Joshi,NA Shah,DD Pandya

Journal

Journal of Alloys and Compounds

Published Date

2023/7/23

Results: of the studies on the structural, magnetic, and electrical properties of BiFeO3–Al2O3 nanocomposites prepared using the sol-gel method have been reported. The X-ray diffraction results confirm bi-phase structure of the composites with the presence of some impurity phases of Bi25FeO40 and Bi24A12O39. Field emission scanning electron microscopy images revealed the crystalline nature composed of grain and grain boundaries of both the pure and composite samples. Energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy confirms the absence of unwanted components. Magnetic characterization reveals weak ferromagnetic behaviour of BiFeO3 and composites while diamagnetic behaviour of Al2O3. The maximum saturation magnetization in the pure BFO sample is ∼ 6 emu/gm, but this magnetization is lowered by up to 63% and is determined to be ∼ 3.8 emu/gm with the 30% addition of Al2O3 in the BFO matrix …

Role of defects in multiferroic nanoparticles

Authors

VG Shrimali,Keval Gadani,AD Joshi,K Asokan,PS Solanki,NA Shah

Published Date

2023/1/1

Recently, multiferroic materials have attracted much attention because they exhibit, simultaneously, magnetic and electrical order parameters and a strong coupling between them. As there exists a lattice coupling between the magnetic and electrical domains, the magnetic ordering can be switched by applying an electric field, and, similarly, electrical ordering can be switched by applying a magnetic field. These interesting properties are highly influenced by various defects in the nanostructured multiferroic lattices. The systematic discussion has been presented on the types of various defects in the lattices of several oxide multiferroic nanoparticles including BiFeO3. The external parameters including grain boundary density can control the formation and concentration of defects in the lattices of multiferroic nanoparticles and the effect of the defects on the dielectric, polarization, magnetization, and magnetoelectric …

High yield synthesis and study of Cu substitution on characteristics and dielectric properties of MgO nanostructures

Authors

Prachi Desai,Vaishnavi Darji,MP Deshpande,SH Chaki,Pinkesh G Sutariya,Heni Soni,Piyush Solanki,NA Shah,Bharavi Hirpara

Journal

Materials Chemistry and Physics

Published Date

2023/4/15

High-permittivity materials are becoming more popular due to the electrical and electronic industrial development. Single composition materials are well known to fall short of high permittivity requirements. So, in this article, we report pure and Cu (5%, 7%, 9%, and 11%) doped MgO nanostructures synthesized by reverse micelle method and study of their dielectric properties. Energy Dispersive Analysis of X-rays (EDAX), Powder X-ray Diffraction (PXRD), diffused reflectance UV–Vis spectroscopy (DR-UV-Vis), Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS), photoluminescence (PL), Raman spectroscopy and Broadband Dielectric Spectroscopy (BDS) are among the characterization methods used. Each synthesized sample crystallizes in cubic crystal system. As Cu doping increases from 5% to 11%, the average crystallite size dwindles from 22 to 10 nm. The bandgap is reduced from 5.71 eV to 2.58 eV as per the optical results …

UV–Visible spectroscopy and dielectric studies of ZnO/TiO2 composite

Authors

Apexa Maru,CM Panchasara,KN Rathod,Hetal Boricha,Khushal Sagapariya,Bhagyashree Udeshi,Ajay Vaishnani,AD Joshi,DD Pandya,PS Solanki,NA Shah

Journal

Bulletin of Materials Science

Published Date

2023/7/17

Pure metal oxides ZnO and TiO2 and their composite ZnO:TiO2 (1:1 weight ratio) were prepared by using conventional solid-state reaction technique. X-ray diffraction (XRD) measurement reveals the hexagonal phase for ZnO, whereas anatase phase has been identified for TiO2 sample. Rietveld refinements have been performed using FULLPROF code to verify the structural phase purity for all three samples. No clear evidence of other mixed phase can be realized for ZnO:TiO2 composite. Field emission scanning electron microscopy and particle size analyzer measurements provide modifications in the grain size and particle size for pure metal oxides and their composite sample. Optical behaviours of all samples have been investigated using UV–visible absorption spectroscopy, where it is evident that UV absorption gets improved for ZnO:TiO2 composite that can be advantageous application to reduce UV light …

Laser irradiation effects on the dielectric properties of zinc ferrite at room temperature

Authors

Jayant K Jogi,SK Singhal,Ravindra Jangir,Ashish Tanna,Amarjeet Singh,Bharavi Hirpara,Nikesh Shah

Journal

Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids

Published Date

2023/11/8

Zinc ferrite (ZF) nanomaterials were synthesised by the sol–gel auto-combustion method. Synchrotron-XRD confirms the formation of the pure F-d3m spinel structure whereas EDX reveals the composition of synthesised nano ZF. We investigated and compared the dielectric properties of un-irradiated pellet ZF-UI and irradiated pellets ZF-I1 (pulsed Nd:YAG laser dose of 1.2 W, λ = 1064 nm), ZF-I2 (pulsed Nd:YAG laser dose of 1.5 W, λ = 532 nm) and ZF-I3 (continuous AlGaAs diode laser of 4 W, λ = 808 nm) at room temperature. Dielectric constant (ε′) decreased prominently for ZF-UI while it decreased gradually for ZF-I1 and its decrement for ZF-I2 and ZF-I3 is very slow whereas dielectric constant (ε″) decreased prominently for ZF-UI and ZF-I1while reduced slowly for ZF-I2 and ZF-I3 in the low-frequency region. ε′ becomes ∼69% for ZF-I1 and ∼9% for ZF-I2 and ZF-I3 at a higher frequency of 2 MHz …

Magnetoresistive nature assisted field effect configuration for LaMnO3/La0· 7Ca0· 3MnO3 interface

Authors

Hardik Gohil,Bhargav Rajyaguru,Himanshu Dadhich,Keval Gadani,VG Shrimali,PP Bardapurkar,RJ Choudhary,DM Phase,NA Shah,PS Solanki

Journal

Physica B: Condensed Matter

Published Date

2023/1/15

In this communication, LaMnO3/La0·7Ca0·3MnO3/LaAlO3 (LMO/LCMO/LAO) structure was prepared by low cost sol–gel based chemical solution deposition (CSD) method. Field effect configuration (FEC) based LMO/LCMO interface resistive nature has been investigated for the LMO/LCMO/LAO structure. Temperature dependent interface resistivity modulation factor has been understood using forward and reverse bias modes. Temperature dependent LMO/LCMO interface resistivity has been discussed in detail under different applied magnetic fields, different applied interface electric fields and different magnetic field directions to identify simultaneous possible existence of magnetoresistance (MR), electroresistance (ER) and anisotropic magnetoresistance (AMR) effects across the same LMO/LCMO interface. Zener double exchange (ZDE) polynomial law has been fitted theoretically to the obtained interface …

Tunable resistive nature of LaMnO3/Nd0. 7Sr0. 3MnO3 interfaces: Role of swift heavy ion irradiation

Authors

Bhargav Rajyaguru,Keval Gadani,Davit Dhruv,V Ganesan,K Asokan,NA Shah,PS Solanki

Journal

Ceramics International

Published Date

2023/7/15

In the present communication, high crystalline quality LaMnO3/Nd0.7Sr0.3MnO3/SrTiO3 (LMO/NSMO/STO) structures were fabricated using low cost chemical solution deposition (CSD) technique to perform swift heavy ion (SHI) irradiation using 100 MeV O+7 ions. X–ray diffraction (XRD) θ–2θ, XRD φ–scan and XRD ω–scan results show a single phase nature having finite and ion fluence influenced strain state, four–fold lattice symmetry with epitaxial growth and an effective influence of ion fluence on the crystalline granular structure of LMO/NSMO/STO structure. Atomic force microscopy (AFM) images suggest an effect of ion fluence on the surface morphology through the creation of defects and local annealing effect. Zero field cooled (ZFC) protocol based LMO/NSMO interface resistivity suggests that transport nature of the LMO/NSMO interface of all studied LMO/NSMO/STO structures is strongly governed by …

Studies on properties of green synthesised CuO/ZnO nano particle/nano rod composites in PVA matrix

Authors

VR Chandegara,Payal Joshi,Sangita Chavda,HM Oza,Mayur Parmar,Davit Dhruv,PS Solanki,DD Pandya,AD Joshi,NA Shah,RK Trivedi

Journal

Optical Materials

Published Date

2023/11/1

In this research article, we have investigated the structural, microstructural, optical and electrical properties of CuO/ZnO nanoparticle/nanorod composites in PVA matrix using a facile two-step method via the sol-gel technique. In this report, we have synthesized four samples as: (i) pure PVA (ii) CuO/PVA (iii) ZnO/PVA and CuO/ZnO/PVA. The structural properties of all the samples have been understood by carrying out X-ray diffraction measurements, which confirm the crystalline properties of CuO, ZnO metal oxides in PVA matrix. The microstructural properties of all the samples have been analyzed by Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscopy (FESEM) and Elemental Compositions in the samples have been identified by Energy Dispersive X-ray analysis (EDAX). The optical properties of all the samples have been analyzed using UV–visible spectroscopy. The electrical properties, such as dielectric behavior, AC …

Interface based field effect configuration and charge conduction mechanisms for manganite thin film heterostructures

Authors

Bhargav Rajyaguru,Hardik Gohil,Himanshu Dadhich,Keval Gadani,VG Shrimali,RJ Choudhary,DM Phase,NA Shah,PS Solanki

Journal

New Journal of Chemistry

Published Date

2023

Control over the movements of free charge carriers across any manganite based interface can functionalize the device for spintronic applications. This can be achieved through external stimuli that alter various electronic phases of manganites having comparable energy levels. In the present communication, the LaMnO3/La0.7Ca0.3MnO3/LaAlO3 (LMO/LCMO/LAO) manganite–manganite structure was successfully fabricated using a cost effective chemical solution deposition (CSD) method. Field effect configuration was employed to understand the interface resistive nature of the LMO/LCMO interface for which externally applied interface electric fields have been applied across the same interface. The applied interface electric field considerably affects the LMO/LCMO interface resistivity which has been discussed in the context of free charge carrier movements across the same interface. The state of the spin …

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Sensing characteristics and EPIR Studies on composite manganites: Role of nanoparticles in the micronsized matrix lattice

Dielectric performance of nanostructured magnesium oxide and effect of cobalt substitution

Influence of swift heavy ion irradiation on charge transport and conduction mechanisms across the interface of LaMnO3 and La0. 7Ca0. 3MnO3 manganites

Enormous electroresistance and field effect studies on LaMnO3–δ/La0. 7Ca0. 3MnO3/LaAlO3 manganite–manganite composite structure

Charge transport studies on pulsed laser deposited grown manganite based thin film device

Anisotropic electrical properties of 200 MeV Ag+ 15 ion irradiated manganite films

Synthesis and dielectric studies of Ni doped MgO nanostructure

Investigation on various properties of Dy0. 7Ca0. 3MnO3: TiO2 based nano-micro composites

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The research interests of Nikesh A. Shah are: Material Science, HTSC, Manganites, Nanomaterials, Thin films and devices

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