P . V . Satya Narayana

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The present paper describes the new strategy for the development of nanosensor based on dropcasting of multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) followed by electropolymerization of serine (ser) onto the glassy carbon electrode (GCE). The developed nanocomposite sensor was abbreviated as poly(ser)/MWCNTs/GCE and was characterized by using electrochemical(More)
An analysis of first order homogeneous chemical reaction and heat source on MHD oscillatory flow of a visco-elastic fluid through a channel filled with saturated porous medium are reported. The present visco-elastic fluid model is working to suggest rheological liquids encountered in biotechnology (medical creams) and chemical engineering. This rheological(More)
By EPR, two nematic liquid crystals (MBCA and EPAPU) were investigated using a steroidal nitroxide spin probe. In both liquid crystals the isotropic-nematic phase transition is of first order. The observed variation of the order parameter with temperature is compared with predictions from the Maier-Saupe and Humphries-James-Luckhurst models and with results(More)
This paper deals with the development of an electrochemical sensor base on Trypan Blue (TB) towards the determination of Dopamine (DA). An electrochemical sensor was fabricated by the electropolymerization of TB onto the Carbon paste electrode (CPE) using cyclic voltammetry (CV) technique. The polymerized TB modified CPE (Poly(TB)MCPE) was characterized(More)
Introduction The theory of micropolar fluids was developed by Eringen [1-3] describes some physical systems which do not satisfy the Navier-Stokes equations. This theory may be applied to the explanation for the phenomenon of the flow of colloidal fluids, liquid crystals, polymeric suspensions, animal blood, etc. Radhakrishnamacharya [4] analyzed the flow(More)
The objective of the present chapter is to analyze the radiation and mass transfer effects on an unsteady two-dimensional laminar mixed convective boundary layer flow of a viscous, incompressible, electrically conducting chemically reacting fluid, along a vertical moving semi-infinite permeable plate with suction, embedded in a uniform porous medium, in the(More)
Fast dissolving films have been played an important role in the current pharmaceutical research. They have convenience and ease of use over other dosage forms such as orally disintegrating tablets and immediate release tablets. In the present research, rapidly dissolving films of loratidine were developed using low viscosity grades of HPMC as film forming(More)
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