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Graphene and doped graphene: A comparative DFT study

Jyoti Tyagi; Lekha Sharma; Rita Kakkar

Volume 10, Issue 7 , July 2019, , Pages 484-490

https://doi.org/10.5185/amlett.2019.2168

Abstract
  Two different models, ovalene (C32H14) and circumcoronene (C54H18) and their respective doped models (C31XH14, C53XH18 where X = B, Al, N, P, Fe, Ni and Pt) have been considered for DFT calculations at the GGA-PBE/DNP level. The two models are compared on the basis of various calculated structural parameters ...  Read More

Graphene and doped graphene: A comparative DFT study


A Review On CdSe Quantum Dots In Sensing

Pragati Malik; Jyoti Singh; Rita Kakkar

Volume 5, Issue 11 , November 2014, , Pages 612-628

https://doi.org/10.5185/amlett.2014.4562

Abstract
  The primary aim of this review is to survey the literature on the ion sensing ability of quantum dots. Sensing of both cations and anions is important, since both play significant roles in various ecological and biological processes, which makes it important to ensure their concentration at balanced ...  Read More

Quantum Dots For Diagnosis Of Cancers

Pragati Malik; Sunita Gulia; Rita Kakkar

Volume 4, Issue 11 , November 2013, , Pages 811-822

https://doi.org/10.5185/amlett.2013.3437

Abstract
  The most widely researched and investigated disease, both medically and scientifically, in the current era is the formidable disease cancer. The chances of successful treatment and hence the curability increases if it is diagnosed at an early stage. This can be done only by increasing awareness amongst ...  Read More

Adsorption Studies Of Acetaldehyde On TiO2 Nanosurface

Ritu Gaba; Mamta Bhandari; Rita Kakkar

Volume 4, Issue 10 , October 2013, , Pages 769-778

https://doi.org/10.5185/amlett.2013.2424

Abstract
  The present work deals with the adsorption of acetaldehyde, one of the most harmful volatile organic compounds (VOCs), on the TiO2 anatase nanosurface. The research was undertaken due to environmental concerns, as the TiO2 nanosurface serves as an excellent catalyst for the adsorption and decomposition ...  Read More