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Highly fluorescent crystalline carbon nanoparticles (CNPs) have been synthesized by one step microwave irradiation of sucrose with phosphoric acid at 100 W for 3 min 40 s. This method is very simple, rapid and economical and hence can be used for large scale applications. The average particle sizes are 3 to 10 nm and they emit bright green fluorescence(More)
Development of efficient electrocatalyst based on non-precious metal that favors the four-electron pathway for the reduction of oxygen in alkaline fuel cell is a challenging task. Herein, we demonstrate a new facile route for the synthesis of hybrid functional electrocatalyst based on nitrogen-doped reduced graphene oxide (N-rGO) and Mn3O4 with pronounced(More)
A novel route has been developed to fabricate different carbon nanostructures having individual morphology of carbon nanoparticles: nanofullerene, nanocube, nanoleaf and porous nanorods, through the combustion of carbon xerogel with nitric acid. These fabricated nanostructures exhibited bright green fluorescence under the exposure of UV light.
— In modern computing, RDBMS are great to store different types of data. To a developer, one of the major objectives is to provide a very low cost and easy to use solution to an existing problem. While commercial databases are more easy to use along with their new as well as documented features come with complicated licensing cost, free open source(More)
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