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  • 1. ACS Energy Letters in 2017 (Journal's first impact factor is 12.2 Dr. Suman Kalyan Pal et al.

  • 2. Dr. Rahul Vaish and Dr. Venkatakrishnan published review articles in reputed journals like Applied Physics Reviews(IF:15.4) and Small(IF: 9.5) respectively.

  • 3. Small molecular organic nanocrystals resemble carbon nanodots in terms of their properties, Chemical Science, 9, 175-180 (2018) Impact Factor: 9.0 published by Dr. Chayan K Nandi et al.

  • 4. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, (2018) Impact Factor: 7.5 published by Ajay Kumar et al.

  • 5. Nanosculpting of Atomically Thin 2D Materials for Site-Specific Photoluminescence Modulation, Advanced Optical Materials,1701284 (2018) Impact Factor: 7.4 published by Pawan Kumar et al.

  • 6. Carbon-coated core-shell multifunctional fluorescent SPIONs, Nanoscale (2018) Impact Factor: 7.3 published by Ashish Tiwari et al.

  • 7. Phase engineering of seamless heterophase homojunction with co-existing 3R and 2H phases in WS2 monolayers, Nanoscale,10, 3320-3330 (2018) Impact Factor: 7.3 published by Pawan Kumar et al.

  • 8. Scalable and site-specific functionalization of reduced graphene oxide for circuit elements and flexible electronics, Carbon, 128, 172-178 (2018) Impact Factor: 7.0 Published by Mahesh Soni et al.

  • 9. Bioinspired Structured Surface via Soft Lithography and Its Application in Water Vapor Condensation and Fog Harvesting, ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering, 6(5), 6981-6993 (2018) Impact Factor: 5.9 published by Sharma, V. et al.

  • 10. Fabrication of highly sensitive biomimetic SERS substrates for detection of herbicides in trace concentration, Sensors, and Actuators, B: Chemical, 262, 710-719 ( 2018) Impact Factor: 5.4 published by Vipul Sharma et al.

  • 11. Polycarboxyl decorated Fe (III) based xerogel derived multifunctional efficient electrode material for oxygen reduction reaction and supercapacitor application, Chemistry A European Journal, (2018), Impact Factor: 5.3 published by Bandhana Devi et al.

  • 12. Coupling of Charge Carriers with Magnetic Entropy for Power Factor Enhancement in Mn-Doped Sn 1.03 Te for Thermoelectric Applications, Journal of Materials Chemistry C (2018) Impact Factor: 5.2 published by Somnath Acharya et al.



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