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Hydroxyapatite (HA) containing gold (Au) nanoparticles was synthesized for the biomedical applications. The morphology, structure and thermal properties of the HA containing Au nanoparticles were characterized by field emission scanning electron microscopy (FE-SEM), transmission electron microscopy (TEM), energy dispersive X-ray (EDX) spectroscopy, X-ray(More)
Numerical simulations of structure formation in the early universe predict the formation of some fraction of stars with several hundred solar masses. No clear evidence of supernovae from such very massive stars has, however, yet been found in the chemical compositions of Milky Way stars. We report on an analysis of a very metal-poor star SDSS(More)
We have detected stellar halo streams in the solar neighborhood using data from the 7 th public data release of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS), which includes the directed stellar program SEGUE: Sloan Extension For Galactic Understanding and Exploration. In order to derive distances to each star, we used the metallicity-dependent photometric parallax(More)
We performed an optical study on the electronic properties of perovskite zirconate AZrO3 (A = Ca and Ba) nanocrystals (NCs), which depend strongly on the size of A ion as well as the post-annealing process. The zirconate NCs were synthesized in the combustion method, which was found to be quite effective for synthesizing highly orthorhombic CaZrO3 NCs in(More)
The present study reports an approach by which thin films of sucrose added olivine type LiMnPO4-Ccomposite and pristine LiMnPO4 is made by a technique of electrophoretic co-deposition in which pristine and composite samples were synthesized by a sol-gel route. These thin films with enhanced surface area is used to fabricate cathodes for rechargeable Li ion(More)
Activated carbon was synthesized from peanut shells by treating with H3PO4 with an intention to enhance the surface area and to find its electrochemical performance in EDLC as electrode material. The powdered peanut shells were pyrolyzed at three different temperatures namely 300 degrees C, 600 degrees C and 800 degrees C respectively. The structural and(More)
The response of the point defect and antistructure systems to ion beam irradiation is investigated using methods of linear response on thin single crystals of ordered Cu3Au grown by molecular beam epitaxy. We demonstrate that antisite evolution, as measured by electrical resistance, quantitatively determines both the defect populations and diffusion in the(More)
In this work we report the electrochemical performance comparison of two new hybrid supercapacitors one based on graphene as negative electrode and lead dioxide thin film as positive electrode and the other with graphene as negative electrode and lead dioxide-carbon nanotube composite as positive electrode in 0.1 M KOH electrolyte. In the present work, PbO2(More)
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