M. Krishnamurthy

Malay Dalui3
T. Madhu Trivikram3
Sheroy Tata2
Z. M. Sheng2
3Malay Dalui
3T. Madhu Trivikram
2Sheroy Tata
2Z. M. Sheng
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Intense laser produced plasmas generate hot electrons which in turn leads to ion acceleration. Ability to generate faster ions or hotter electrons using the same laser parameters is one of the main outstanding paradigms in the intense laser-plasma physics. Here, we present a simple, albeit, unconventional target that succeeds in generating 700 keV carbon(More)
High-intensity ultrashort laser pulses focused on metal targets readily generate hot dense plasmas which accelerate ions efficiently and can pave way to compact table-top accelerators. Laser-driven ion acceleration studies predominantly focus on protons, which experience the maximum acceleration owing to their highest charge-to-mass ratio. The possibility(More)
The synthesis of N α-protected N,N′,N″-trisubstituted guanidinopeptide mimic molecules suitably decorated in peptide backbone has been delineated in one pot employing HgCl2 as a desulphurizing agent. Chiral N α -protected thioureidopeptide esters were employed as synthons for the synthesis of title molecules. The protocol is simple and the reaction(More)
In this paper, we introduce an efficient algorithm using a new technique to find frequent itemsets from a huge set of itemsets called Cluster based Bit Vectors for Association Rule Mining (CBVAR). In this work, all the items in a transaction are converted into bits (0 or 1). A cluster is created by scanning the database only once. Then frequent 1-itemsets(More)
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