Bipin Kumar Gupta

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Graphene quantum dots (GQDs), which are edge-bound nanometer-size graphene pieces, have fascinating optical and electronic properties. These have been synthesized either by nanolithography or from starting materials such as graphene oxide (GO) by the chemical breakdown of their extended planar structure, both of which are multistep tedious processes. Here,(More)
Organic conductive polymers are at the forefront of materials science research because of their diverse applications built around their interesting and unique properties. This work reports for the first time a correlation between the structural, electrical, and electromagnetic properties of polyaniline (PANI)-tetragonal BaTiO3 (TBT) nanocomposites prepared(More)
Abstract — In CMOS circuit’s design, as the threshold voltage is reduced due to voltage scaling, it leads to increase in sub-threshold leakage current and hence static power dissipation. In this paper we propose a power reduction technique named transistor gating. In this technique two sleep transistors PMOS and NMOS are inserted in between the supply(More)
The design of multifunctional nanofl uids is highly desirable for biomedical therapy/cellular imaging applications. [ 1–4 ] The emergence of hybrid nanomaterials with specifi c properties, such as magnetism and fl uorescence, can lead to an understanding of biological processes at the biomolecular level. [ 1 ] Various hybrid systems have been analyzed in(More)
Strong in-plane bonding and weak van der Waals interplanar interactions characterize a large number of layered materials, as epitomized by graphite. The advent of graphene (G), individual layers from graphite, and atomic layers isolated from a few other van der Waals bonded layered compounds has enabled the ability to pick, place, and stack atomic layers of(More)
We report a simple method for the synthesis of ultra-fine Eu(3+)-doped yttria (Y(2)O(3)) nanophosphors with an average diameter of approximately 5 nm for development of a transparent colloid that could be used as a luminescent security ink. This has been achieved by suitably substituting Eu(3+) ions at the favorable C(2) symmetry sites of Y(3+) ions and(More)
We report a simple method for the synthesis of Na(+) doped and stable zinc oxide quantum dots, using the quantum confinement atom method. An intense broad green photoluminescence (PL) was observed with a maximum located at approximately 535 nm when excited by UV radiation of 332 nm. The PL peak intensity is found to be highly dependent on the size of the(More)
Highly luminescent-paramagnetic nanophosphors have a seminal role in biotechnology and biomedical research due to their potential applications in biolabeling, bioimaging, and drug delivery. Herein, the synthesis of high-quality, ultrafine, europium-doped yttrium oxide nanophosphors (Y(1.9)O(3):Eu(0.1)(3+)) using a modified sol-gel technique is reported and(More)
Counterfeiting of valuable documents, currency and branded products is a challenging problem that has serious economic, security and health ramifications for governments, businesses and consumers all over the world. It is estimated that counterfeiting represents a multi-billion dollar underground economy with counterfeit products being produced on a large(More)