Sudhanshu Srivastava

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The collective properties of nanoparticles manifest in their ability to self-organize into complex microscale structures. Slow oxidation of tellurium ions in cadmium telluride (CdTe) nanoparticles results in the assembly of 1- to 4-micrometer-long flat ribbons made of several layers of individual cadmium sulfide (CdS)/CdTe nanocrystals. Twisting of the(More)
Gold nanoparticles (NPs) functionalized with L-amino acid-terminated monolayers provide an effective platform for the recognition of protein surfaces. Isothermal titration calorimetry (ITC) was used to quantify the binding thermodynamics of these functional NPs with alpha-chymotrypsin (ChT), histone, and cytochrome c (CytC). The enthalpy and entropy changes(More)
New assembly techniques are required for creating advanced materials with enough structural flexibility to be tuned for specific applications, and to be practical, the techniques must be implemented at relatively low cost. Layer-by-layer (LBL) assembly is a simple, versatile, and significantly inexpensive approach by which nanocomponents of different groups(More)
This experimental study explores the capture and manipulation of micrometer-scale particles by single surface-immobilized nanoparticles. The nanoparticles, approximately 10 nm in diameter, are cationic and therefore attract the micrometer-scale silica particles in an analyte suspension. The supporting surface on which the nanoparticles reside is negative(More)
Self-assembly of proteins and inorganic nanoparticles into terminal assemblies makes possible a large family of uniformly sized hybrid colloids. These particles can be compared in terms of utility, versatility and multifunctionality to other known types of terminal assemblies. They are simple to make and offer theoretical tools for designing their structure(More)
Magnetic (FePt) and nonmagnetic (Au) nanoparticles were used to assemble ferritin into near-monodisperse bionanocomposites featuring regular interparticle spacing. The FePt/ferritin assemblies are integrated magnetic materials with ferritin providing added magnetic volume fraction to the magnetic nanocomposite. These assemblies differ from either of their(More)
The layer-by-layer (LBL) assembly technique is currently one of the most widely utilized methods for the preparation of nanostructured, multilayered thin films. The structure of LBL films is typically controlled by varying the deposition sequence of adsorbed layers, leading to stratified assemblies. For specific, non-spherical inorganic LBL components, such(More)
The development of techniques for making helical and semiconductor metallic nanoand microstructures represents the extension of the works of Da Vinci and Archimedes with modern scientifi c tools. It brings forth interesting application concepts along with tough challenges in optics, biology, and mechanics. Making helical metallic objects with submicrometer(More)
The exponentially growing layer-by-layer (LBL) films made from poly(diallyldimethylammonium chloride) (PDDA) and poly(acrylic acid) (PAA) were used to load and unload the CdTe nanoparticles (NPs). The reversible loading of NPs were investigated through UV-vis studies and further confirmed by confocal microscopy. In addition the LBL films were also compared(More)
Cross-modal audio-visual perception has been a long-lasting topic in psychology and neurology, and various studies have discovered strong correlations in human perception of auditory and visual stimuli. Despite work on computational multimodal modeling, the problem of cross-modal audio-visual generation has not been systematically studied in the literature.(More)