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Carbon - Science and Technology

Carbon – Science and Technology journal is in its 10th year of publication.

Subscriptions are invited for print issue of the journal.

All research papers submitted to ‘Carbon – Science and Technology’ journal will be evaluated for Plagiarism through software. Papers with similarity index less than 20% will be accepted for final publication.

Journal has adopted Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial, No Derivatives 4.0 License (CC BY-NC-ND, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ ), which permits non-commercial reuse, distribution, and reproduction in any medium of the research papers published in the journal, provided the original work is not changed in any way and is properly cited.For permission for commercial reuse, Contact the journal office. All rights reserved.

Scope of the journal:

Research papers related to (but not limited to) following areas are suitable for ‘Carbon – Science and Technology’ journal:

Advanced materials and their applications

Advanced electronic devices

Nanomaterials and nanostructures

Sensors, actuators, MEMS and NEMS

Polymers, composites, and blends

Energy conversion and storage devices

Organic, inorganic, & organometallic materials

Electrochemical devices

Photonic materials

Photovoltaic and optoelectronic devices

Metamaterials

Environmental issues

Carbon nanomaterials

Water and air purification

Thin films and ultra-thin films

CST – Best Paper Award:

Best research paper published in the journal will be selected for this annual award depending on novelty and originaity of the work, technological innovation, product R & D, and technology demonstration. Award carry certificate of merit.

Aim and scope :

This Research Journal deals with Synthesis, Characterization and Applications of CARBON based materials.

Carbon Materials :

Graphite, graphene, diamond, nano-diamond, fullerenes, carbon nanotubes and nanofibers, activated carbons, amorphous carbons, pyrolytic carbon, glassy carbon, carbon blacks and chars etc.

Synthesis, Characterization and Properties :

Important aspects related to synthesis and characterization. Electrical, Optical, Magnetic, Structural, Mechanical and other properties. Doping in Carbon Materials.

Applications :

In Fuel Cells,Batteries, Capacitors, Sensors, Actuators, Solar Cells, Hydrogen Storage, Composites, Field Electron Emission, Filters (water and air etc), Field Effect Transistors, Spintronics, Memory Devices and so on.

Theory :

Theoretical study of carbon materials,their property and applications.

Papers will be selected on the basis of the importance of the new knowledge they provide. They should be in adequately finished form, and should not be deficient in information as to the materials, processes, characterization used.

Form of Papers :

Letters : Up to three Printed pages.
Research Articles : Five to Ten Pages.
Reviews : No Page Limit.
News and Views : One Page Limit.
Audience : Materials Scientists,Chemists,Physicists.
Publisher : Up to three Printed pages.
Frequency of Publication : Aimed to be weekly.

Founder, Editor and Journal Coordinator:

Prof. Dr. Prakash R. Somani
Applied Science Innovations Private Limited, Maharashtra, India.

Specialization: Carbon nanomaterials, nanoscience and nanotechnology, organic electronics, electronic devices, advanced materials and their applications, electrochemistry, conducting polymers, water purification, environmental issues.

Editorial Board:

Prof. Dr. Vilas G. Pol
Associate Professor, School of Chemical Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907, USA.

Specialization: Carbon nanomaterials, batteries, electrochemistry, advanced materials.

Prof. Emeritus Masayoshi Umeno
Institute for General Research of Science, Chubu University, Matsumoto-cho 1200, Kasugai-shi, Aichi-Ken, Japan.

Specialization: Carbon nanomaterials, III-V compound semiconductors, Photovoltaic technology.

Dr. Vijayamohanan K Pillai
Director, CSIR – Central Electrochemical Research Institute, Karaikudi-630003, Tamil Nadu, India.

Specialization: Electrochemistry, Electrochemical devices, batteries, fuel cells, advanced materials and their applications.

Prof. Vesselin Shanov
College of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Cincinnati, 598 Rhodes Hall, Cincinnati, OH 45221-0072.

Specialization: Nanomaterials, carbon nanomaterials, materials for medical implants.

Prof. K. S. V. Santhanam
School of Chemistry and Materials Science, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY 14623, USA.

Specialization: Nanomaterials, composites, electrochemistry, sensors, fuel cells, polymers.

Prof. Somenath Mitra
Department of Chemistry and Environmental Science, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ, USA.

Specialization: Carbon nanomaterials, batteries, solar cells, water purification and desalination.

Prof. Tanemura Masaki
Department of Physical Science and Engineering, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Gokiso-cho, Showa-ku, Nagoya, 466-8555, Japan.

Specialization: Carbon nanomaterials, electronic devices.

Prof. Daniel Hock Chuan Chua
Department of Material Science and Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Specialization: Carbon nanomaterials, PEM fuel cells, Li-air batteries, supercapacitors, field electron emission, corrosion protection coatings .

Prof. Dr. Amit K. Chakraborty
Department of Physics, National Institute of Technology, Durgapur 713 209, West Bangal, India.

Specialization: Solar cells, supercapacitors, sensors, polymer composites.

Dr. Sangeeta Sahoo
Senior Scientist, CSIR – National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi, India.

Specialization: Carbon nanomaterials, Quantum phenomena and applications, nanoelectronics.

Prof. Dr. Yasuhiko Hayashi
Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Faculty of Engineering, Okayama University, Japan.

Specialization: Carbon nanomaterials and their applications, organic electronics.

Prof. Tetsuo Soga
Department of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Gokiso-cho, Showa-ku, Nagoya, 466-8555, Japan.

Specialization: Photovoltaic devices, Organic-inorganic hybrid materials and devices, Organic electronics, Nanomaterials.

Dr. Sundara Ramaprabhu
Alternative Energy Technology Laboratory, Magnetism & Magnetic Materials Laboratory, Nano-Functional Materials Technology Centre (NFMTC), Department of Physics, IIT Madras, CHENNAI 600 036, India.

Specialization: Nanotechnology, nanofluids, energy conversion and storage devices, hydrogen as fuel, Biomedical applications.

Prof. Dr. Amanda V. Ellis
College of Science and Engineering, Flinders University, Australia.

Specialization: Carbon nanomaterials, microfluidics, genotyping and DNA nanotechnology.

Prof. Prabhakar Bandaru
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of California – San Diego, USA.

Specialization: Nanoelectronics, MEMS, NEMS, electrochemical energy storage devices, fluid flow at the nanoscale.

Prof. Shigeo Maruyama
Department of Mechanical Engineering, The University of Tokyo, 7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-8656, JAPAN.

Prof. Leonid A. Chernozatonskii
Institute of Chemical Physics, Moscow, Russia.

Prof. Zujin Shi
Department of Chemistry, College of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering, Peking University, Beijing, P. R. China.

Prof. Zhengping Fang
Institute of Polymer Composites, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, 310027, P. R. China.

Prof. Yongyao Xia
Department of Chemistry, Fudan University, Handan Road 220, Shanghai 200433, P. R. China.

Guide to Authors :

Types of Contribution : Carbon – Science and Technology publishes research papers that deal with carbon based materials, their synthesis, characterization, applications and theoretical studies.

Carbon Materials : include but not limited to graphite, graphene, diamond, nano-diamond, fullerenes, carbon nanotubes and nanofibers, activated carbons, amorphous carbons, pyrolytic carbon, glassy carbon, carbon blacks and chars and so on.

Synthesis, Characterization and Properties : Important aspects related to synthesis and characterization. Electrical, Optical, Magnetic, Structural, Mechanical and other properties. Doping in carbon materials.

Applications : in Fuel Cells, Batteries, Capacitors, Sensors, Actuators, Solar Cells, Hydrogen Storage, Composites, Field Electron Emission, Filters (water and air etc), Field Effect Transistors, Spintronics, Memory Devices and so on.

Theory : Theoretical study of carbon materials, their property and applications.

Papers will be selected on the basis of the importance of the new knowledge they provide. They should be in adequately finished form, and should not be deficient in information as to the materials, processes, characterization used.

Submission of Papers : Authors should submit their manuscript as a Word file and a pdf file as an attachment to the Editorial Office (Journal coordinator) by e-mail only (psomani1@yahoo.com). Papers should be written using the Template (Download the Template here). The manuscript may subsequently be assigned to the proper editor considering the theme of the paper and the Editorial expertise. PDF version of the article will be used for peer-review process. After the acceptance of the paper in this journal, the source files such as high resolution files of the images, figures etc. will be requested. All correspondence, including notification of the Editor's decision and requests for revision will be done by e-mail, removing the need for a hard-copy paper trail.

All papers should be submitted in English language only. Submission of a paper implies that it has not been published previously, that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere, and that if accepted it will not be published elsewhere in the same form, in English or in any other language, without the written consent of the publisher.

English Language : Manuscripts should be proof-read and have English language errors corrected before submission. Papers written in poor language will be returned back to authors for their improvement. Such things may cause delay in the Editorial process and is not good for Authors own benefit.

Manuscript Preparation :

General : Manuscripts must be word processed, single–spaced with wide margins. The corresponding author should be identified by * and give contact details (fax number and e–mail address). Full postal addresses and affiliations must be given for all co–authors. The Editors reserve the right to adjust style to certain standards for uniformity.

Abstract : An Abstract should be provided for all papers (i.e. full papers, Reviews and also for Letters). An Abstract is not required for a comment on the paper previously published in this journal. The length of the abstract should be restricted to

Full Papers : 200 words
Reviews : 250 words
Letters : 100 words.

Abstract should present important and new findings in the paper. Fancy words, quotes by other people, mathematical equation, reference to figures presented in the paper etc. should be avoided. However, a reference can be made to a previously published paper of the same author or another author (only in case when it is very important).

Body Text : Follow this order while preparing manuscripts : Title (should be as brief as possible, should not contain abbreviations – either spell out or remove), Authors, Affiliations, Abstract, Main text, Acknowledgements, References. Figures and tables should be embedded at an appropriate place in the text along with their captions as shown in the Template. The paper should contain a detailed technical description of methods used when such methods are new.

Sections : Sections should be given Arabic numbers with subsections numbered using the decimal system. For Example :

3. Experimental
3.1 Sample preparation
3.1.1 Sample modification

Roman numerals are not used. The Editorial office reserves the right to combine sections when subdivisions have been used to excess.

Units : The SI system should be used for all scientific and technical data.

References : All publications cited in the text should be presented in a list of references following the text of the manuscript. All references must be archival. Web pagers, private communications, unpublished results, etc. should also be given in the Reference section.Cite references in the text by a number in square brackets on the line (e.g. Somani et al. [1] have shown that). The full reference should be given in a numerical list at the end of the paper. The restriction for number of references for different types of papers is as follows :

Regular Full Papers : 30 references.
Review papers : No limit.
Letters : 15 references.

Use the following examples for guidance :

Journal Article :

[1] S. Iijima, Nature 354 (1991) 56.

Entire Special Issue of the Journal :

Books :

[4] J. M. Ziman, Principles of the Theory of Solids, Cambridge University Press, Second Edition (1972) 100 – 106.

Chapters in Edited Books :

[7] J. R. Dahn, A. K. Sleigh, H. Shi, B. M. Way, W. J. Weydanz, J. N. Reimers, Q. Zhong, U. V. Sacken, “Carbons and Graphite as Substitutes for the Lithium Anode”, Chapter 1 in “Lithium Batteries : New Materials, Developments and Perspectives”, Industrial Chemistry Library, Vol. 5, Elsevier (1994) 1 – 48.

Papers in Conference proceedings :

[13] S. P. Somani, “Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell with Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube Based Electrodes”, Extended Abstract Book, Fourth International Conference on Molecular Electronics and Bioelectronics (MBE-4)”, University of Tokyo, Japan, 14-16 March 2007, 75.

Report :

[16] P. R. Somani, “Bulk synthesis of carbon nanomaterials”, Applied Science Innovations Pvt. Ltd., India (1970).

Thesis :

[11] S. P. Somani, “Carbon Nanotubes : Synthesis, Characterization and their application in organic solar cells, field electron emission devices and polymer electrolyte membrane Fuel Cells”, Chubu University, Japan, PhD thesis, (2007).

Patent :

[8] U. B. Sonawane, Process for producing carbon nanotubes. US patent no. 123456 (1995).

IMPORTANT NOTES :

List all authors in each reference. Give the names of all authors and the reference should be complete. Do not use et. al.
Give each reference a different number, Do not use 14 a. b. c etc.

Illustrations :

General : Schematics, diagrams, micrographs, charts, and photographs are all to be referred to as "Figures", and should be numbered consecutively in the order to which they are referred. High resolution figures should be embedded at the appropriate places in the text, with captions placed immediately above, or immediately below the figure.

Preferred Image Formats : For the production of your paper we may require high–resolution graphic files in one of the preferred formats, JPG, TIFF. If the submitted electronic artwork is not of sufficient reproducibility, good contrast and high resolution, we will contact you and in such a case, you will be requested to send the original artwork.

Line Drawings : All lettering, graph lines and points on graphs should be sufficiently large and bold to permit reproduction when the diagram has been reduced to a size suitable for inclusion in the journal. Do not use any type of shading on computer–generated illustrations.

Photographs : Photographs should only be included where they are essential and must be supplied as they are to be reproduced (e.g. black and white or colour). Micrographs must have a clear scale mark in one corner.

Colour Illustrations (Print) : can be printed in colour when they are judged by the Editor to be essential for the presentation. The publisher and author will each bear part of the extra costs involved. The charge to be passed onto authors of articles containing colour figures is EUR 485 for the first page containing colour and EUR 236 for each additional page containing colour. In cases where colour is paid for, authors will receive one hundred free offprints. Please do not submit color figures, photographs etc to publish in black and white.

Tables : Tables should be numbered consecutively in the order to which they are referred. Tables should be included at the appropriate point in the text. Tables should not duplicate results presented elsewhere in the manuscript, (e.g. in graphs).

Supplementary Data : At present there is no provision for publishing supplementary information.

Letters and Reviews :

Letters should not be more than three printed pages (all inclusive). They should include no more than five tables and figures combined. The figures should be provided in a form suitable for reproduction in a single column of the journal and should be inserted at appropriate places. Letters section may be used to (a) report research results of special significance and importance, (b) comment on papers previously published in the journal.

There are almost no page and size restrictions on the Reviews. However, Authors are advised to consult with the Editorial Office before submitting Review articles.

Proofs :
Electronic proofs (PDF format) of all manuscripts will be sent as an e–mail attachment to the submitting author. Corrections should be returned within 48 hours by e-mail. Corrections should be restricted to typesetting errors; any others may be charged to the author. Please note that authors are urged to check their proofs carefully before return, since the inclusion of late corrections cannot be guaranteed.

Authors who do not yet have the facility for reading pdf files can download the relevant software from the Adobe website at :

http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/distribute.html

Reprints :

Reprints of the paper in the printed form can be purchased at a nominal cost of US $ 1 / reprint (Postage and Tax apply additionally).

Copyright :

All authors must sign the "Transfer of Copyright" agreement before the article can be published. Authors should send such agreement either by Fax or by postal mail. This transfer agreement enables “Applied Science Innovations Pvt. Ltd., India” to protect the copyrighted material for the authors, but does not relinquish the author's proprietary rights. The copyright transfer covers the exclusive rights to reproduce and distribute the article, including reprints, photographic reproductions, microfilm or any other reproductions of similar nature and translations. This includes the right to adapt the article for use in conjunction with computer systems and programs, including reproduction or publication in machine–readable form and incorporation in retrieval systems. Authors are responsible for obtaining from the copyright holder permission to reproduce any figures for which copyright exists.

Company reserves the right to go for publication of the article, in case, it did not receive “Transfer of Copy write Agreement” within a reasonable period of time after acceptance of the article. In such a case, company will assume that by submitting the article for publication in this journal, Author (s) have agreed to and have transferred the copywrite of the paper in the name of the company (a MUST condition for consideration of publication in this journal).

MOST IMPORTANT : Do not use the words “New”, “Novel”, “To our knowledge”, “For the first time in the world”, and similar words at any where in the manuscript.

Author Enquiries : For any specific enquiry, Please contact : psomani1@yahoo.com

Article Charge :

“Carbon – Science and Technology” is an International multidisciplinary OPEN ACCESS Research Journal with a nominal Obligatory Article Charge of Indian Rupees 9000 only (Approximately US $ 250), towards partial support of the publication of the article and production and maintenance of the database, which the authors must pay.

Supplementary Information could be published online and has a deposit fee of Indian Rupees 1500 only (for up to 10 MB of disc space). Supplementary Information can contain multimedia files, pdf files, word files etc.

Article Charge Wavier :

We have our own database of under-developed and developing countries in which not much funds are available for research and development activities. Authors from such countries can make a formal request for Article Charge Wavier. In such cases, quality of the articles will be the sole criteria for such decisions. ASIPL reserves the rights for all such decisions.

Open Access Publishing :

Open access publishing is a new model for scholarly journal publishing that provides immediate, worldwide, barrier-free access to the full-text of all published articles. This allows all interested readers to view, download and print, and redistribute any article without a subscription, enabling greater distribution of an author's work than the traditional subscription-based publishing model. Many authors in a variety of fields have begun to realize the benefits that open access publishing can provide in terms of increasing the impact of their work.

In an open access model, the publication costs of an article are paid from the author's research budget, or by their supporting institution, or personal funds in the form of Article Charge. This Article Charge Replaces subscription charges and allows publishers to make the full-text of every published article freely available to all interested readers.

“Carbon – Science and Technology” is an Open Access journal. Publishing an article in this journal requires a nominal Article Charge of Indian Rupees 9000 only (Approximately US $ 250) which will be billed to the Corresponding Author upon acceptance of the article for publication.

Subscription for Print / CD Edition of the Journal for 2009 :

Subscrptions are invited for the print (Color Print) / CD edition of the journal “Carbon – Science and Technology” for the year 2009 (January to December).

Six Issues are planned in 2009.

For more details : Contact the company office.

Ethics in Publishing :

Professional and Ethical Standards for Publishing in the Journals of “Applied Science Innovations”.

1. Ethics : As implicit conditions for publishing in “Carbon – Science and Technology” Journal of Applied Science Innovations Pvt. Ltd., India, authors and Researchers are expected to adhere to basic standards of professional ethics and conduct that are common across all areas of scholarly publishing. In the publication agreement authors warrant that their work is original and has not been published elsewhere, nor under consideration for publication. All parties are also expected to conform to common standards of professional respect and civility.

Fortunately, in Scientific Community these standards are upheld in the overwhelming majority of instances. However, misunderstandings and lapses in professional conduct do occur, including instances (or accusations) of plagiarism, inadequate attribution, conflicts of interest, or personally abusive behavior toward referees, authors, editors, or journal staff members. This document summarizes the expected standards of professional and ethical conduct, with specific application to publication in the journals published by “Applied Science Innovations”.

2. Research Results : Authors must not fabricate, falsify or misrepresent data or results. They should strive to be objective, unbiased and truthful in all aspects of their work. Authors must be honest in making claims for the results and conclusions of their research. Making inflated claims for a project interferes with the objective evaluation of its results and applications, and can lead to an unfair and wasteful distribution of resources.

Authors should strive to avoid mistakes in research and exercise due diligence in presenting high quality work for publication. They should critically assess the likelihood of experimental, methodological and human errors and avoid self-deception and bias. Where possible they should conduct an internal review to assess the validity of their work before publication.

It is of course recognized that errors will occur from time to time. When an error is discovered in published or submitted work, the mistake should be admitted and a correction, erratum or retraction should be published. Corrections should be approved by all authors of the original article unless there is a particular reason for not doing this. In these cases the dissent among the authors should be noted in the published correction.

Source material of experiments and research results should be recorded (and retained) in an auditable manner that allows for scrutiny and verification by other scientists. Exceptions may be appropriate to preserve privacy or patent protection.

All investigations involving humans must be conducted in accordance with the principles embodied in accordance with local statutory requirements. Articles relying on clinical trials should quote the trial registration number at the end of the abstract / article. We also encourage the registration of such studies in a public trials registry prior to publication of the results in the journal. All investigations involving animal experimentation must be conducted in accordance with the Guiding Principles for Research Involving Animals and Human Beings as adopted by The American Physiological Society , and with local statutory requirements.

3. Authorship : When determining the credit for a piece of work, authors should ensure that all those who have made a significant contribution are given the opportunity to be cited as authors. Other individuals who have contributed to the study should also be acknowledged, but not cited as authors. Corresponding author is supposed to have this responsibility. Some co-authors may be accountable for the entire article, for example those who provide critical data, write the manuscript, present the findings at conferences or provide leadership for junior colleagues. Other co-authors may be responsible for specific contributions to a paper. Authors may wish to include a statement in the acknowledgments to describe the actual contribution of each co-author.

In General, It will be assumed that the First author is the person who has done the majority of the experiment / work and the corresponding author is the leader of that work. All co-authors should be given in decreasing order of their contribution in the work (i.e. Last co-author will mean that that individual has the least contribution in that work).

All authors should receive the final version of the submitted manuscript, agree to its submission and take appropriate responsibility for it. Any individual unwilling or unable to accept appropriate responsibility for a manuscript should not be a co-author.

All authors should be consulted about changes to authorship (e.g. the list of authors) during the publication process, and it should be clear to the journal that they have given their consent.

It is unethical to publish articles describing essentially the same studies or results in more than one primary research journal. Submitting the same article to more than one journal concurrently is unethical and unacceptable. Exceptions to this rule may be made for review articles or conference papers, in which case authors should consult with journal Editor before submission.

4. Plagiarism and Republication : “Plagiarism” is the act of reproducing text or other materials from other papers / published sources without properly crediting the source. Such material is regarded as being plagiarized regardless of whether it is cited literally or has been modified or paraphrased. Plagiarism represents a serious ethical breach, and may constitute legal breach of copyright if the reproduced material has been previously published. Plagiarism constitutes unethical scientific behavior and is never acceptable. Plagiarism ranges from the unreferenced use of others’ ideas to submission of a complete paper under ‘new’ authorship. ‘Self-plagiarism’ is the production of many papers with almost the same content by the same authors. Therefore all sources for the work should be disclosed and permission sought for using large amounts of other people’s material.

Authors who wish to quote directly from other published work must fully cite the original reference, and include any cited text in quotation marks. They should also take the necessary permission. Authors are discouraged from including such direct quotations in papers, apart from rare instances. Figures and Tables may only be reproduced with permission and must be fully cited in the figure caption. Necessary permission for reproduction should be taken by authors from respective authorities / copyright owners. This will be normally apply to Review articles and Book Chapters. However, we do not expect authors to reproduce / re-use Figures and Tables previously published by other authors / researchers in “Research Articles” and for “Letters”.

5. Attribution and Citation Practice : Papers published in “Carbon – Science and Technology” Journal should include citations to previously published papers which are directly relevant to the results being presented. This requirement is especially important when new ideas or results are being presented. Deliberate refusal to credit or cite prior or corroborating results, while not regarded technically as constituting plagiarism, represents a comparable breach of professional ethics, and can result in summary rejection of a manuscript. However, an unintentional failure to cite a relevant paper, while regrettable, does not necessarily imply misconduct. The rapid growth in the literature in the area of “Carbon Materials and their applications” in recent years makes it difficult for an author to be aware of every relevant paper, and the inclusion of exhaustive compendia of references is not possible. However, authors are expected to devote the same care to the correctness and appropriateness of literature citations as to the other components of the manuscript, and to heed the recommendations of referees and editors to correct and augment the citations when appropriate. Responsibility for updating references after acceptance (but before publication) of a paper rests fully with the authors, but the same principles should apply. Strictly speaking, authors are not formally required / advised to cite unpublished or unrefereed materials, especially in cases where the veracity of the unpublished work may be in question. However, when principles of common professional courtesy dictate that such attribution is appropriate, authors are expected to honor these conventions.

6. Conflicts of Interest : The “Carbon – Science and Technology” Journals peer review systems are based on a single reviewer model, in which a single referee assumes the responsibility for evaluating the scientific veracity, clarity, significance, novelty and importance of the results presented. For such a system to function effectively it is essential that the referee be free of any conflicts of interest that might influence the content or the promptness of the review. When a paper is submitted, authors may identify individuals who they believe are conflicted and should not serve as referees. Likewise, individuals who are asked to review a paper should identify any potential conflicts of interest, so the editor can determine whether these are substantive enough to disqualify that reviewer. In most instances an individual working at the same institution as one of the co-authors and the individuals who are former collaborators of the authors are ineligible to referee the paper. Editors must also guard against conflicts of interest, and by journal policy they are required to disqualify themselves whenever a real or perceived conflict is present.

7. Confidentiality Guidelines : Except in cases where referees waive their anonymity with the concurrence of the editor, all “Carbon – Science and Technology” Journal’s peer reviews are conducted under conditions of strict confidentiality.

The journal and its Editors / International Editorial Advisory Board Members will not reveal the identity of referees or the contents of peer review correspondence to individuals outside of the respective peer review process for a minimum period of 75 years. Referees are also bound by strict confidentiality; neither the manuscripts nor the contents of referee correspondence may be shared with other parties without written permission from the editor. Strictly speaking, authors are not bound by similar confidentiality requirements (for example they may choose to consult with co-authors and colleagues when revising a paper in response to a referee report), but public dissemination of the contents of referee reports and Editorial correspondence is inappropriate. Any author who does so forfeits their rights to confidentiality protection by the journals.

8. Professional Conduct and Civility : All participants in the publication process, including Editors, Authors, Referees, and Journal staff members, are expected to conform to basic standards of professional courtesy, and respect the basic rules and guidelines that govern the peer review and publication process. Criticism and debate, even energetic debate, are normal parts of the intellectual process, but only when conducted with civility and professional respect for all parties. Personal attacks or verbal abuse, whether oral or written, are unacceptable under any circumstances, and the journal reserve the right to refuse submissions from individuals who repeatedly violate these guidelines or refuse to cooperate with Editors and Referees in the normal peer review and publication processes.

9. Investigation of Misconduct Allegations : The integrity of our journals rests on the professionalism of its authors, referees, and editors.

We are not able actively to police the policies and conditions of publication, and believe that employers have the prime responsibility for ensuring their researchers’ conduct and for ethical training and leadership.

However, if a possible breach of policy or misconduct is brought to our attention we will ask the authors to respond. Whilst journals do not have the resources or legal legitimacy fully to investigate scientific misconduct, we will seek advice from an article’s referees or the journal’s Editorial Board. If there is then evidence that trust has been significantly compromised by an author’s or referee’s actions, we will attempt to redress the matter by :

1. Appropriate corrections in the printed and online journal;
2. Refusing to consider an author’s future work, for a given period;
3. Retracting the authors work as a punishment;
4. Communications to employers or funding agencies or Government Authorities (Rarely);

In all cases we will also contact affected authors and editors of other journals.

Open Invitation for Contribution to “Carbon – Science and Technology” Journal.

Dear Professor / Researcher,

I am writing to invite you to submit an article to the newly launched International multidisciplinary peer-review OPEN ACCESS research journal entitled "Carbon – Science and Technology" by Applied Science Innovations Private Limited (ASIPL) India, which aims to provide a rapid forum for the dissemination of current studies in all areas of Carbon Materials and their applications.

The journal will aim for a publication speed of 1 - 60 days from submission until final publication. Articles should convey important results that have not been previously published, nor under consideration anywhere else.

The journal has a distinguished Editorial board and International Editorial Advisory Board with extensive academic qualifications, ensuring that the journal will maintain high scientific standards and have a broad international coverage. More information about the journal can be found at -

http://www.applied-science-innovations.com

Manuscripts prepared using the template should be submitted to the Journal Coordinator
(E mail : psomani1@yahoo.com ) by e-mail as a word file and a pdf file.

With Best regards,

Dr. Prakash R. Somani
Carbon – Science and Technology
Journal Coordinator
Applied Science Innovations Private Limited, India.

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Volume 1 : Issue 1 : 2008 : Pages : 1 – 56

Content


Founding Editorial


1. Single crystals of fullerene (C60) makes organic thick film solar cells and self supporting organic solar cells possible.

Prakash R. Somani (*, A, B), Savita P. Somani (A), M. Umeno (A)

(A) Department of Electronics and Information Engineering, Chubu University, 1200 Matsumoto-cho, Kasugai, 487-8501, Japan.
(B) Applied Science Innovations Private Limited, Vijaynagar, Building No. 3, 4th Floor, Dhayari, Sinhagad Road, Pune, Maharashtra, India.

LETTER, Carbon – Science and Technology 1 (2008) 1- 3.

© Applied Science Innovations Private Limited, India.

Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-1.pdf


2. Dual distributions for the metallic and semiconducting single-walled carbon nanotubes observed by Raman spectroscopy.     

Krishnendu Bhattacharyya (*, A), Yoshiyuki Suda (B), Atsushi Okita (B), Takeshi Saito (B), Atsushi Ozeki (B), Masayuki Maekawa (B), Junichi Takayama (B), Hirotake Sugawara (B), Yosuke Sakai (B)

(A)  Netaji Subhash Engineering College, Garia, Near Garia Railway Station, Kolkata, 700 152, India.
(B)   Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Hokkaido University, North 14 West 9, Sapporo, 060-0814, Japan.

LETTER, Carbon – Science and Technology 1 (2008) 4 – 8.

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3. Diazoalkane addition reaction on the fullerene dimer C120O and characterization of the resulting mono-adduct.  

Lars Weber, Markus Reinmöller, Uwe Ritter   

Technische Universität Ilmenau, Institute of Physics, Department of Chemistry, P.O.B. 100565, D-98684 Ilmenau, Germany.

LETTER, Carbon – Science and Technology 1 (2008) 9 – 12.

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4. Preparation of iron doped carbon coated W18O49 and its photoactivity.  

Hany H. Abdel Ghafar, Tomoki Tsumura and Masahiro Toyoda    

Faculty of Engineering, Oita University, Dannoharu 700, Oita 870 – 1192, Japan.

LETTER, Carbon – Science and Technology 1 (2008) 13 – 15.

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5. Methane storage in a commercial activated carbon. 

C. Guan, C. Yang and K. Wang    

School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 637459.

LETTER, Carbon – Science and Technology 1 (2008) 16 – 17.  

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6. Magnetic properties of electroless nickel-phosphorus coated multi-walled carbon nanotubes.

Amanda V. Ellis (*, A), James Storey (B), Samuel Wallace (A), Bridget Ingham (B)

(A)  School of Chemistry, Physics and Earth Sciences, Flinders University, Sturt Road, Bedford Park, Adelaide, S.A 5042, Australia.
(B)   Nanotechnology Platform, Industrial research Ltd, Gracefield Road, Lower Hutt, Wellington, New Zealand.

ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 1 (2008) 18 – 23.   

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7. The examination of NiO and CoOx catalysts supported on Al2O3 and SiO2 for carbon nanotubes production by catalytic chemical vapor deposition of methane.

Siang-Piao Chai, V. M. Sivakumar, Sharif Hussein Sharif Zein, Abdul Rahman Mohamed (*)

School of Chemical Engineering, Engineering Campus, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Seri Ampangan, 14300 Nibong Tebal, S. P. S. Pulau Pinang, Malaysia.

ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 1 (2008) 24 – 29.   

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8. Characterization of carbon pastes as matrices in composite electrodes for use in electrochemical capacitors.  

O. Martinez-Alvarez, M. Miranda-Hernandez

Dpto. Materiales Solares, Centro de Investigación en Energía, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Apartado Postal 34, Temixco, Mor. 62580, México.

ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 1 (2008) 30 – 38.    

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9. Investigation of wetting behavior of coal-chars with liquid iron by sessile drop method.   

Rita Khanna (*), Fiona McCarthy and Veena Sahajwalla  

School of Materials Science and Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW 2052, Australia.

ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 1 (2008) 39 – 45.    

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10. Semiconducting, Magnetic or Superconducting Nanoparticles encapsulated in Carbon Shells by RAPET method

Vilas G. Pol (*), Swati V. Pol and Aharon Gedanken

Center for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology, Department of Chemistry, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, 52900, Israel.

REVIEW ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 1 (2008) 46 – 56.     

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Volume 1 : Issue 2 : 2008

Content


1. Structural, elastic and electronic Properties of isotropic cubic crystals of carbon and silicon nanotubes : Density functional based tight binding calculations

Andrey N. Enyashin, Alexander L. Ivanovskii (*)

Institute of Solid State Chemistry, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 620041, Ekaterinburg, , Russia.

LETTER, Carbon – Science and Technology 1/2 (2008) 57- 59.

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2. An artificial neural network model of the Chemical Vapor Deposition Processes for Carbon – Carbon composites.   

Jianguo Zhao (*), Yong Guo, Feng Feng, Jinsheng Jia, Xiaojun Yuan, Wanhua Xue, Haiqing Wang

Institute of Carbon Materials Science, Shanxi Datong University, Datong 037009, P. R. China

ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 1/2 (2008) 60 – 65.

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3. Adsorption of Remazol Black B dye on activated carbon felt.

Donnaperna Lucio (A, *) , Duclaux Laurent (B), Gadiou Roger (C)

(A) Department of Chemical Engineering, Materials, the Raw Materials, and Metallurgy, University of Rome, ‘La Sapienza’, Via Eudossiana, 18-00184 Rome, Italy.

(B) LCME, Laboratory of Molecular Chemistry and Environment, University of Savoie, 73376 Le Bourget du Lac Cedex, France.

(C) ICSI, Institute of Chemistry of Surfaces and Interfaces, CNRS UPR 9069, 15, rue Jean Starcky BP 2488, 68057 Mulhouse Cedex, France.

ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 1/2 (2008) 66 – 71.

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4. Graphane : New Member of Carbon Family.

Prakash R. Somani

Applied Science Innovations Private Limited, Vijaynagar, Building No. 3, 4th Floor, B-14, Dhayari, Sinhgad Road, Pune 411041, Maharashtra, India.

News and Views, Carbon – Science and Technology 1/2 (2008) 72.

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E-published on web : 14 / 11 / 2008

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Volume 2 : Issue 1 : 2009

Content


Editorial


1. Magnetic susceptibility of oxygen adsorbed on the surface of spherical and fibrous activated carbon.   

Kiyoshi Kawamura (*), Yasunori Makishima, Yuji Ochiai

Department of Electrical Engineering, College of Science and Technology, Nihon University, 1-8-14, Kanda Surugadai Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 101-8308, Japan.

ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 2/1 (2009) 73 – 77.

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2. Preparation, microstructure and oxidation resistance of SiCN ceramic matrix composites with glass-like carbon interface.

Yi Xia, Sheng-Ru Qiao (*), Qiang-Qiang Wang, Cheng-Yu Zhang, and
Jun-Tao Hou

National Key Laboratory of Thermostructure Composite Materials, Northwestern Polytechnical University, 547 Mail Box, Xi’an Shaanxi 710072, P. R. China.

ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 2/1 (2009) 78 – 81.

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3. Preparation of tailored carbons with meso- and micro- porosity via template synthesis route.

Howard M. Williams (A, *) , Elizabeth A. Dawson (A), Gareth M. B. Parkes (A), Philip A. Barnes (A), and Martin W. Smith (B).

(A) Department of Chemical and Biological Sciences, University of Huddersfield, Queensgate, Huddersfield, HD1 3DH, UK.

(B) Physical Sciences Department, Dstl., Porton Down, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP4-OJQ, UK.

ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 2/1 (2009) 82 – 87.

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4. Phase evolution of matrix of C/SiCN composite during creep testing at 1300 C.

Qiang-Qiang Wang, Sheng-Ru Qiao (*), Yi-Xia, Guofeng Lu, Cheng –Yu Zhang

National Key Laboratory of Thermostructure Composite Materials, Northwestern Polytechnical University, 547 Mail Box, Xi’an Shaanxi 710072, P. R. China.

ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 2/1 (2009) 88 – 92.

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5. Pyrolytic carbon film deposit as an electrochemical interface.

M. Hadi (A), A. Rouhollahi (A, *), M. Yousefi (B)

(A) Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences, K. N. Toosi University of Technology, Seyyed Khandan Bridge, Shariyati Ave., Tehran, Iran.

(B) Department of Petrochemicals, Iran Polymer and Petrochemical Institute, Pazhoohesh Blvd., Tehran-Karaj Hwy., Tehran, Iran.

ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 2/1 (2009) 93 – 97.

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6. Carbon Conferences in 2009 :

Hasselt Diamond Workshop 2009
March 24,  2009,
Kunstlaan 5, B-3500 Hasselt, Belgium
Web Site : http://www.imo.uhasselt.be/SBDD2009/

New Diamond and Nano Carbons (NDNC) Conference
June 7-11, 2009,
Grand Traverse Resort & Spa Traverse City, Michigan, USA
Web Site : http://www.mrs.org/s_mrs/sec.asp?CID=16207&DID=215644&SID=1

Carbon 09, The Annual World Conference on Carbon
June 14 -19, 2009,
Biarritz, France,
Web Site : http://www.carbon2009.org/

NT 2009, Tenth International Conference on the Science and Application of Nanotubes,
June 21 – 26, 2009,
Beijing, China.
Website: http://nanotube.msu.edu/nt09/

9th International workshop on Fullerenes and Atomic Clusters,
July 6 – 10, 2009,
St. Petersburg, Russia.
Contact : Prof. Alexander Vul at : AlexanderVul@mail.ioffe.ru

Diamond 2009 – 20th European Conference on Diamond, Diamond Like Materials, Carbon Nanotubes, and Nitrides.
September 6 – 10, 2009,
Athens, Greece.
Web Site : http://www.diamond-conference.elsevier.com/

24th International Activated Carbon Conference, IACC-24 and related subjects.
October 6 – 7, 2009,
Pittsburgh, PA,
Web Site : http://pacslabs.com/conferences/iacc/iacc24.php

International Conference on Silicon Carbide and Related Materials 2009 (ICSCRM 2009),
October 11 – 16, 2009,
Nürnberg, Germany,
Web Site : http://www.lap.physik.uni-erlangen.de/icscrm2009/index.php

Carbono 2009,
October 19 – 23, 2009,
the Brazilian Carbon Association and the Brazilian Army Technological Center invite all researchers in carbon science to participate in the fifth Brazilian Carbon Conference. to be held in Rio de Janiero, Brazil.
Details from Prof. Francisco Emmerich at : emmerich@cce.ufes.br.
Website: http://www.abcarb.org.br/carbono2009/index2.html.

CESEP ’09 Carbons for Energy Storage and Environment Protection,
October 25 – 29, 2009
Torremolinos (Málaga), Spain,
organized by the Spanish Carbon Group.
Details from Dr. José Rodriguez-Mirasol at: mirasol@uma.es.
Website: http://www.cesep09.com.


7. Opportunities in Carbon Area :

(a) PostDoc Position and PhD Position in the area of Carbon Nanotubes :
Nanomaterials Group CEMES – Toulouse, France.
Starting Date : June – September 2009.
Contact Person : Prof. Wolfgang S. Bacsa (E mail :wolfgang.bacsa@cemes.fr)
More Information (Web Site) : http://wsb000.googlepages.com/home

(b) PostDoc Positions in the area of Carbon Nanotubes and Thermal Management :
Free University Berlin, Germany
Application to : Prof. S. Reich (E mail : format@physik.fu-berlin.de).
Informal Enquiries : Dr. Datsyuk (E mail : datsyuk@physik.fu-berlin.de)
Starting Date : March 2009
More Information : Berlin-Germany.pdf

Carbon – Science and Technology

Volume 2 : Issue 2 : 2009

Content


1. Is vacuum annealing converts p-type single wall carbon nanotube field effect transistor (in air) to n-type (in vacuum) is universially true (?)

Prakash R. Somani (*), A. Kobayashi, Y. Ohno, S. Kishimoto, T. Mizutani

Department of Quantum Engineering, Nagoya University, Furo-cho, Chikusa-Ku, Nagoya, 464-8603, Japan.

LETTER, Carbon – Science and Technology 2/2 (2009) 98 – 102.

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2. The effect of PTSA on preparation of mesophase carbon spheres.

Youliang Cheng, Tiehu Li, Deqi Jing, Fengjuan Li, Qiang Zhuang

Department of Material Science and Engineering, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an 710072, P. R. China.

ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 2/2 (2009) 103 – 106.

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3. Removal of cationic surfactant (CTAB) from aqueous solution onto activated carbon obtained from corncob.

S. M. Yakout and A. A. Nayl

Hot Lab. Centre Atomic Energy Authority, Cairo, Egypt.

ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 2/2 (2009) 107 – 116.

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-24.pdf


6. Carbon Conferences in 2009 :

New Diamond and Nano Carbons (NDNC) Conference

June 7-11, 2009,
Grand Traverse Resort & Spa Traverse City, Michigan, USA
Web Site : http://www.mrs.org/s_mrs/sec.asp?CID=16207&DID=215644&SID=1

Carbon 09, The Annual World Conference on Carbon
June 14 -19, 2009,
Biarritz, France,
Web Site : http://www.carbon2009.org/

NT 2009, Tenth International Conference on the Science and Application of Nanotubes,
June 21 – 26, 2009,
Beijing, China.
Website: http://nanotube.msu.edu/nt09/

9th International workshop on Fullerenes and Atomic Clusters,
July 6 – 10, 2009,
St. Petersburg, Russia.
Contact : Prof. Alexander Vul at : AlexanderVul@mail.ioffe.ru

Diamond 2009 – 20th European Conference on Diamond, Diamond Like Materials, Carbon Nanotubes, and Nitrides.
September 6 – 10, 2009,
Athens, Greece.
Web Site : http://www.diamond-conference.elsevier.com/

24th International Activated Carbon Conference, IACC-24 and related subjects.
October 6 – 7, 2009,
Pittsburgh, PA,
Web Site : http://pacslabs.com/conferences/iacc/iacc24.php

International Conference on Silicon Carbide and Related Materials 2009 (ICSCRM 2009),
October 11 – 16, 2009,
Nürnberg, Germany,
Web Site : http://www.lap.physik.uni-erlangen.de/icscrm2009/index.php

Carbono 2009,
October 19 – 23, 2009,
the Brazilian Carbon Association and the Brazilian Army Technological Center invite all researchers in carbon science to participate in the fifth Brazilian Carbon Conference. to be held in Rio de Janiero, Brazil.
Details from Prof. Francisco Emmerich at : emmerich@cce.ufes.br.
Website: http://www.abcarb.org.br/carbono2009/index2.html.

CESEP ’09 Carbons for Energy Storage and Environment Protection,
October 25 – 29, 2009
Torremolinos (Málaga), Spain,
organized by the Spanish Carbon Group.
Details from Dr. José Rodriguez-Mirasol at: mirasol@uma.es.
Website: http://www.cesep09.com.

Volume 2 : Issue 3 : 2009


1. Absorption properties of radar absorbing structure laminate composites filled with carbon nanotubes.

Z. Zhang, T. Li, D. Jing, Q. Zhuang.

Department of Material Science and Engineering, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an 710072, P. R. China.

Carbon – Science and Technology 2/3 (2009) 117 – 119.

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2. KOH activated carbon multiwalled nanotubes.

Donnaperna Lucio (A, *), Duclaux Laurent (B), Gadiou Roger (C), and
Soneda Yasushi (D),Yoshizawa Noriko(D).

(A) Department of Chemical Engineering, Materials, the Raw Materials and Metallurgy, University of Rome, ‘La Sapienza’,Via Eudossiana, 18-00184 Rome, Italy.
(B) LCME, Laboratory of Molecular Chemistry and Environment, University of Savoie, 73376, Le Bourget du Lac Cedex, France.
(C) ICSI, Institute of Chemistry of Surfaces and Interfaces, CNRS UPR 9069, 15, rue Jean Starcky BP 2488, 68057 Mulhouse Cedex, France.
(D) National Institue of Advanced Industrial Science and Techology (AIST), Tsukuba West, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-8569, Japan.

ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 2/3 (2009) 120 – 124.

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3. Electrochemical characterization of Ruthenium oxide on carbon paste electrodes in acid systems.

O. M. Alvarez, M. M. Hernandez

Dpto. Materiales Solares, Centro de Investigación en Energía, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Apartado Postal 34, Temixco, Mor. 62580, México

ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 2/3 (2009) 125 – 130.

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Volume 3 : Issue 1 : 2010

Content


1. Physicochemical properties of carbon materials obtained by combustion synthesis of perchlorinated hydrocarbons.

S. Cudziło (A), M. Bystrzejewski (B), A. Huczko (B), M. Pakuła (C),
S. Biniak (D, *), A. Świątkowski (A) and M. Szala (A)

(A) Military University of  Technology, Kaliskiego 2, 00-908 Warsaw, Poland.
(B) Warsaw University, Pasteura 1, 02-093 Warsaw, Poland.
(C) Naval University of Gdynia, Smidowicza 69, 81-103 Gdynia, Poland.
(D) Nicolaus Copernicus University, Gagarina 7, 87-100 Toruń, Poland.

Carbon – Science and Technology 3/1 (2010) 131 – 138.

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2. Ablation morphologies of different types of carbon in Carbon / Carbon composites.

Jian Yin, Hongbo Zhang, Xiang Xiong, Jinly Zuo

State Key Laboratory of Powder Metallurgy Central South University, Lushan South Road, Changsha, P. R. China.

ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 3/1 (2010) 139 – 143.

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3. Batch Kinetics, isotherm and thermodynamic studies of adsorption of strontium from aqueous solutions onto low cost rice-straw based carbons.

S. M. Yakout and E. Elsherif

Hot Laboratories and Waste Management Center, Atomic Energy Authority, Abu Zaabel, Cairo 13759, Egypt.

ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 3/1 (2010) 144 – 153.

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Volume 4 : Issue 1 : 2012

Content

1. Oxygen reduction activity of carbon fibers cathode, and application for current generation from the NAD+ and NADH recycling reaction

H. Maeda
Division of Bioinformatics, Graduate School of Engineering, Soka University,
Tangi, Hachiouji, Tokyo 192-8577, Japan.

H. Nagamoto
Division of Applied Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Kougakuin University, Hachiouji, Tokyo 192-0015, Japan.

Carbon – Science and Technology 4/1 (2012) 154 – 160.

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2. Adsorption kinetics of E-Coli on different carbon nanoforms.

Md. Shamimul Haque Choudhury (A, B, *), Muhammad Athar Udding (A, B),
Md. Nazmul Hasan (A, B), M. Shafiul Alam (A, B), M. Mamunur Rashid (C)

(A) Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, International Islamic University Chittagong, Dhaka – 1205, Bangladesh
(B) Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Polashi, Dhaka – 1000, Bangladesh
(C) Bangladesh Agricultural University Mymensingh, Mymensingh – 2202, Bangladesh

ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 4/1 (2012) 161 – 166.

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3. Full-Wave Techniques for the Analysis of Electrodynamics and Coherent Quantum Transport in Graphene Nanodevices

Luca Pierantoni (A, B, *)

(A) Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell’Informazione, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Via Brecce Bianche 1260131, Ancona, Italy
(B) Italian Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN) – Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati,
via Enrico Fermi 40, Frascati (Roma), Italy.

ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 4/1 (2012) 167 – 176.

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4. Advanced Modeling of the Electrostatic Field Coupling in Graphene Nanoribbons

Luca Pierantoni (A, B, *)

(A) Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell’Informazione, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Via Brecce Bianche 1260131, Ancona, Italy
(B) Italian Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN) – Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati,
via Enrico Fermi 40, Frascati (Roma), Italy.

ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 4/1 (2012) 177 – 181.

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5. Plane-Wave Excitation and Electromagnetic Response of Graphene : Non-Linear Effects

Luca Pierantoni (A, B, *)

(A) Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell’Informazione, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Via Brecce Bianche 1260131, Ancona, Italy
(B) Italian Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN) – Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati,
via Enrico Fermi 40, Frascati (Roma), Italy.

ARTICLE, Carbon – Science and Technology 4/1 (2012) 182 – 186.

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Volume 5 : Issue 1 : 2013

Guest Editor :
Prof. Dr. A. R. Bhalerao
Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune, India.

Editorial

Content :


1. Thermo-physical properties measurment of water based Fe3O4 nanofluids.

Rohit S. Khedkar, A. Sai Kiran, Shriram S. Sonawane, Kailash L. Wasewar
Department of Chemical Engineering Visvesvaraya National institute of Technology, Nagpur -440010, India.

Suresh S. Umare
Department of Chemistry, Visvesvaraya National institute of Technology, Nagpur – 440010, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 5/1 (2013) 187 – 191.

Advanced Non-Carbon Materials Section

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2. Synthesis and characterization of CuGeO3 photocatalyst using Green Chemistry and its application for the degradation of direct black dye.

Ashok. V. Borhade (*), Yogeshwar R. Baste, Dipak R. Tope
Research Centre, Post Graduate Department of Chemistry, HPT Arts and RYK Science College, Nasik 422005, Maharashtra, India.

Vishwas B. Gaikwad
University of Pune, B. C. U. D., Ganeshkhind, Pune – 411007, Maharashtra, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 5/1 (2013) 192 – 196.

Advanced Non-Carbon Materials Section

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3. Antibacterial activity of Nano-Silver capped by β-Cyclodextrin.

R. Sathiya Priya, D. Geetha (*),
Department of Physics, Annamalai University, Annamalai Nagar, Tamil Nadu – 608 002, India.

P. S. Ramesh
Physics Wing DDE, Annamalai University, Annamalai Nagar, Tamil Nadu – 608 002, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 5/1 (2013) 197 – 202.

Advanced Non-Carbon Materials Section

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4. Synthesis and characterization of gold nanoparticles using Ficus religiosa extract.

Kirtee Wani, Amit Choudhari, Ruchika Kaul-Ghanekar (*),
Interactive Research School for Health Affairs (IRSHA), Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Katraj-Dhankawadi, Pune-Satara Road, Pune-411043, Maharashtra, India.

Rajeev Chikate
Nanoscience group, Department of Chemistry, Post-graduate & Research Center, MES Abasaheb Garware College, Karve Road, Pune-411004, Maharashtra, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 5/1 (2013) 203 – 210.

Advanced Non-Carbon Materials Section

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5. Nanocrystalline CdTe thin films by electrochemical synthesis

Ramesh S. Kapadnis (A, B), Sanjay B. Bansode (A), Sampat S. Kale (C, *)
and Habib M. Pathan (A, *)

(A) Advanced Physics Laboratory, Department of Physics, University of Pune, 411007, India.
(B) Material Science Laboratory, M. V. P. Samaj’s, K.T.H. M. College, Nashik, 422002, India
(C) M. V. P. Samaj’s, Arts, Science and Commerce College, Dindori 422209, Nashik, India

Carbon – Science and Technology 5/1 (2013) 211 – 217.

Advanced Non-Carbon Materials Section

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-62.pdf


6. Effect of thermoplastic polyurethane content on properties of PC/TPU blend filled with Montmorillonite

G. M. Shashidhara, S. H. Kameshwari Devi, Shreyas D. K.

Department of Polymer Science and Technology, Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, JSS Technical Institutions Campus, Mysore – 570006, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 5/1 (2013) 218 – 224.

Advanced Non-Carbon Materials Section

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-64.pdf


7. Effect of temperature on the crystallite size of Lanthanum Cerium Oxide (La2Ce2O7) and its optical properties

Hozefa Tinwala (A, *), D. C. Shah (A) and Jyoti Menghani (B)

(A) Department of Applied Physics, Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology, Surat – 395007, India.
(B) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology, Surat- 395007, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 5/1 (2013) 225 – 230.

Advanced Non-Carbon Materials Section

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-65.pdf


8. Green synthesis of CdFe2O4 nanoparticles and their application for vapor sensing

Sachin Bangale (A, *), Sambhaji Bamane (B)

(A) Department of Chemistry, Gopinath Mahadev Vedak College of Science, Tal-Raigad, Pin – 402111, Maharashtra, India.
(B) Metal Oxide Research Laboratory, Department of Chemistry, Dr. Patangrao Kadam Mahavidyalaya, Sangli – 416416, Maharashtra, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 5/1 (2013) 231 – 235.

Advanced Non-Carbon Materials Section

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9. In-situ fabrication of cobalt oxide / sulphide mixed phase nanoparticles in Polyphenylenesulphide matrix

Narendra Rumale, Shital Shinde
ELANTAS Beck India Ltd, Pimpri Pune -411018, India.

Sudhir Arbuj, Govind Umarji, Manish Shinde, Uttamrao Mulik and
Dinesh P. Amalnerkar

Centre for Materials for Electronics Technology (C-MET), Panchawati, Off Pashan Road, Pune – 411008, Maharashtra, India.

Anuj Pokle
Icon Analytical Equipment Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai – 400 018, Maharashtra, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 5/1 (2013) 236 – 243.

Advanced Non-Carbon Materials Section

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10. Effect of precursors on the solid-state synthesis of semiconducting PbS nanostructures

Sujata Kasabe
Abasaheb Garware College, Karve Road, Pune – 411004, Maharashtra, India.

Manish Shinde, Parag Adhyapak, Uttamrao Mulik and Dinesh P. Amalnerkar
Centre for Materials for Electronics Technology (C-MET), Panchawati, Off Pashan Road, Pune – 411008, Maharashtra, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 5/1 (2013) 244 – 252.

Advanced Non-Carbon Materials Section

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Volume 5 : Issue 2 : 2013

Editorial

Content :


1. Eco-friendly synthesis of Graphene using the aqueous extract of Amaranthus dubius

M. Jannathul Firdhouse and P. Lalitha
Department of Chemistry, Avinashilingam Institute for Home Science and Higher Education for Women University, Coimbatore-641043, Tamil Nadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 5/2 (2013) 253 – 259.

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2. Structural characterization of nano-sized Fe2O3-CeO2 catalyst by XRD, EDX and TEM techniques.

V. B. Mane, L. H. Mahind, K. D. Jadhav, S. P. Dagade
Yashwantrao Mohite College, Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University, Pune – 411038, Maharashtra, India.

S. A. Waghmode
Abasaheb Garware College, University of Pune, Pune, Maharashtra, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 5/2 (2013) 260 – 264.
Advanced (Non-Carbon) Materials Section

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3. Synthesis and photocatalytic application of α-Fe2O3/ZnO fine particles prepared by two-step chemical method

Patij Shah, K. S. Siddhapara, D. V. Shah and Jigar Pandya
Department of Applied Physics, Sardar Vallabhbhai National Insitute of Technology, Surat – 395007, Gujarat, INDIA.

Carbon – Science and Technology 5/2 (2013) 265 – 268.
Advanced (Non-Carbon) Materials Section

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4. Ferromagnetic Ni-doped ZnO nanoparticles synthesized by a chemical precursor method

Jeevan Jadhav, Mahesh Patange and Somnath Biswas
Department of Physics, The LNM Institute of Information Technology, Jaipur-302031, Rajasthan, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 5/2 (2013) 269 – 274.
Advanced (Non-Carbon) Materials Section

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5. Effect of heat treatment on MnxZn(1-x)Fe2O4 nanoparticles prepared by mechanochemical method using metal oxides

G. V. S. Kundaikar
Department of Physics, Goa University, Taleigio, Goa – 403 206, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 5/2 (2013) 275 – 284.
Advanced (Non-Carbon) Materials Section

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Carbon – Science and Technology

Volume 5 : Issue 3 : 2013

Editorial

Content :


1. Magnetic properties of monodispersed α-Fe2O3 nanoparticles synthesized via a chemical precursor.

Mahesh Patange, Jeevan Jadhav, and Somnath Biswas (*)

The LNM Institute of Information Technology, Jaipur-302031, Rajasthan, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 5/3 (2013) 285 – 288.

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2. Synthesis and characterization of composite nanofibers with VARTM and Electrospinning process.

Sachin S. Chavan and P. V. Londhe
Bharati Vidyapeeth University, College of Engineering, Pune-Satara Road, Pune, India.

Mukesh K. Sinha
Defense Material & Stores, Research Development Establishment, GT Road, Kanpur 208013, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 5/3 (2013) 289 – 295.

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3. Optical and thermal properties of Parkia powder and its blend with Poly(vinyl pyrrolidone).

Eknath Nivrtirao, Anita, and Basavaraja Sannakki (*)

Department of Post Graduate Studies and Research in Physics, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga-585106, Karnataka, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 5/3 (2013) 296 – 302.

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4. Activated carbons from African oil palm waste shells and fibre for hydrogen storage

Liliana Giraldo

Facultad de Ciencias, Departamento de Química, Universidad Nacional de Colombia.

Maria Fernanda González-Navarro and Juan Carlos Moreno-Piraján

Facultad de Ciencias, Departamento de Química, Grupo de Investigación en Sólidos Porosos Calorimetría, Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia.

Carbon – Science and Technology 5/3 (2013) 303 – 313.

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5. Impact test on natural fiber reinforced polymer composite materials.

D. Chandramohan and J. Bharanichandar

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Vel Tech. (R. S. Trust), Avadi, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 5/3 (2013) 314 – 320.

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Volume 6 : Issue 1 : 2014

Editorial

Content :


1. Experimental studies on improving the performance of electrochemical machining of high carbon, high chromium die steel using jet patterns

V. Sathiyamoorthy (A) and T. Sekar (B)

(A) Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Mahendra Engineering College, Mallasamudram, India.
(B) Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Government College of Engineering, Salem, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/1 (2014) 321 – 329.

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2. Mechanical behavior of chemically treated Jute/Polymer composites

Murali B, Chandra mohanan D, Nagoor vali SK, Muthukumarasamy S, and Mohan A.

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Vel Tech. (R. S. Trust) Avadi, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/1 (2014) 330 – 335.

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3. Mechanical Preparation, characterization and photocatalytic activity of Fe2O3/ZnO and Fe3O4/ZnO

P. Shah, K. S. Siddhapara, D. V. Shah

Department of Applied Physics, Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology, Surat – 395007, Gujarat, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/1 (2014) 336 – 341.

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4. Evaluation of dynamics and equilibrium models for the sorption of Basic Violet 3 on activated carbon prepared from Moringa Oleifera fruit shell waste

C. Sumithra (A), S. C. Murugavel (B), S. Karthikeyan (C, *)

(A) Department of Chemistry, Tejaa Shakthi Institute of Technology for Women, Karumathampatti, Coimbatore-641659, TN, India.
(B) Department of Basic Sciences, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore-641004, TN, India.
(C) Department of Chemistry, Chikkanna Government Arts College, College Road, Tirupur-641602, TN, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/1 (2014) 342 – 348.

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5. Energy from Biomass – Comparision of biogas production at ambient temperature and at mesophilic temperature in semicontenous anaerobic digester using vegetable market waste

Dhanalakshmi Sridevi V. (A), Srinivasan S. V. (B)

(A) Department of Chemistry, GKM College of Engineering and Technology, Chennai – 600063, India.
(B) Environmental Technology Division, Central Leather Research Institute, Adyar, Chennai – 600020, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/1 (2014) 349 – 355.

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6. Effect of light concentration by flat mirror reflectors on the electrical power output of the photovoltaic panel

Sathyanarayana P. (A), Rajkiran Ballal (A), Girishkumar (B), and Laksmisagar P. S. (C)

(A) Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, S.D.M. Institute of Technology, Ujire – 574240, Karnataka, India.
(B) Department of Mechanical Engineering, S.D.M. Institute of Technology, Ujire – 574240, Karnataka, India.
(c) Department of Physics, S.D.M. Institute of Technology, Ujire – 574240, Karnataka, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/1 (2014) 356 – 363.

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Volume 6 : Issue 2 : 2014

Editorial

Content :


1. Comparative study on the mechanical properties of banana and sisal woven rovings polyester composites

A. Faizur Rahman (A), B. Giriraj (B) , A. P. Arun (C), B. Sanjay Gandhi (A)

(A) Department of Mechanical Engineering, CSI College of Engineering, 643215 Nilgiris, Tamil Nadu, India.
(B) Department of Mechanical Engineering, PSG College of Technology, 641004
Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India.
(C) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kumaraguru College of Technology, 641006, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/2 (2014) 364 – 372.

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2. Frequency, delay and velocity analysis for intrinsic channel region of carbon nanotube field effect transistors

P. Geetha (A) and R.S.D.Wahida Banu (B)

(A) Department of ECE, Shree Sathyam College of Engineering and Technology, Sankari, India.
(B) Government College of Engineering, Salem-636 011, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/2 (2014) 373 – 383.

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3. Ultrasound assisted direct transesterification of algae for biodiesel production : Analysis of emission characteristics

Namasivayam Manickam (A), Nivetha Elumalai Selvamani (A), and Gopinath K. P. (B)

(A) Department of Chemical Engineering, Adhiparasakthi Engineering College, Melmaruvathur, India.
(B) Faculty of Chemical Engineering, SSN College of Engineering, Chennai, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/2 (2014) 384 – 387.

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4. Effect of reinforcement of AL-6063 with SiC on mechanical behavior and
microstructure of metal matrix composites

M. K. Aravindan
Department of Mechanical Engineering, The Kavery College of Engineering, Mecheri, Salem, Tamil Nadu, India.

K. Balamurugan
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Road and Transport Technology, Erode, Tamil Nadu, India.

G. Murali
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Adhiyamaan College of Engineering, Hosur, Tamil, Nadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/2 (2014) 388 – 394.

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5. Ceiba Pentradenta wood waste activated carbon for waste water treatment

K. Geetha*, N. Velmani , S. Karthikeyan and P. S. Syed Shabudeen

Department of Chemistry, Kalaignar Karunanidhi Institute of Technology, Tamil Nadu, India

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/2 (2014) 395 – 406.

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6. Augmenting natural ventilation using solar heat and free cool energy for residential buildings

N. B. Geetha
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, GKM College of Engineering and Technology, Chennai, India.

Sujatha Balasubramaniyan
GKM College of Engineering and Technology, Chennai, India

R. Velraj
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Institute for Energy Studies, Anna University, Chennai, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/2 (2014) 407 – 417.

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Volume 6 : Issue 3 : 2014

Editorial

Content :


1. Investigations on thermal properties, stress and deformation of Al/SiC metal matrix composite based on finite element method

K. A. Ramesh Kumar
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Nandha College of Technology, Erode, India.

K. Balamurugan
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Road and Transport Technology, Erode, India

S. Arungalai Vendan
School of Electrical Engineering (SELECT), VIT University, Vellore, India.

J. Bensam Raj
The Raajas Engineering College, Tirunelveli, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/3 (2014) 1 – 13.

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2. Effect of multipass cutting on surface roughness in wire electrical discharge machining of metal matrix composites

S. Ramesh (*)
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Bannari Amman Institute of Technology, Sathyamangalam, Tamil Nadu, India.

N. Natarajan
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Sri Ranganathar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India.

V. Krishnaraj
Department of Production Engineering, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/3 (2014) 14 – 21.

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3. Process parameters optimization for synthesis of methyl ester from sunflower oil using Taguchi technique

G. Senthilkumar (*)
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Bannari Amman Institute of Technology, Sathyamangalam 638 401, Tamil Nadu, India

K. Balamurugan
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Road and Transport Technology, Erode 638 316, Tamil Nadu, India

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/3 (2014) 22 – 29.

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4. Physico-chemical characterization studies of activated carbon derived from Sterculia Quadrifida seed shell waste

P. Shanthi
Department of Chemistry, Kongunadu College of Engineering and Technology, Thottiam, Tamil Nadu, India.

K. Jothi Venkatachalam
Department of Chemistry,Anna University of Technology, Tiruchirappalli,
Tamil Nadu, India.

S. Karthikeyan
Department of Chemistry, Chikkanna Government Arts College, Tirupur,
Tamil Nadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/3 (2014) 30 – 42.

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5. Vibration analysis of angular contact ball bearing operated with copper oxide nanoparticles mixed ISO VG 68 lubricating oil

Prakash E. (*)
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Bannariamman Institute of Technology, Sathyamangalam, Erode, Tamilnadu, India.

Sivakumar K.
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Bannariamman Institute of Technology, Sathyamangalam, Erode, Tamilnadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/3 (2014) 43 – 46.

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JOBS

1. National Institute of Advanced Studies – Bangalore, India.

2. PostDoctoral Position in Polymer Science – University of Strasbourg, France

Volume 6 : Issue 4 : 2014

Editorial

Content :


1. Thermodynamic study of the adsorption of chromium ions from aqueous solution on waste corn cobs material

Rafael A. Fonseca-Correa, Juan Carlos Moreno-Piraján (*)
Facultad de Ciencias, Departamento de Química, Grupo de Sólidos Porosos y Calorimetría, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia, Carrera 1 No 18 A 10, Bogotá, Colombia.

Marlon Bastidas-Barranco
Facultad de Ingeniería, Departamento de Ingeniería Mecánica, Universidad de la Guajira, Km 5 Via Maicao, Colombia.

Liliana Giraldo
Facultad de Ciencias, Departamento de Química, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Carrera 30 No 43-00, Bogotá, Colombia.

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/4 (2014) 1 – 14.

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2. Efficiency enhancement of wood stove integrated with catalytic combustor and modified chimney

G. Murali, P. Goutham, I. Enamul Hasan, P. Anbarasan, G. Ashok
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Adhiyamaan College of Engineering, Hosur – 635 109, Tamil Nadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/4 (2014) 15 – 22.

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3. Optimization of growth temperature of multi-walled carbon nanotubes synthesized by spray pyrolysis method and application for arsenic removal

S. Mageswari
Department of Chemistry, Vivekanandha College of Engineering for Women,
Tiruchengode, Tamil Nadu, India.

P. S. Syed Shabudeen
Department of Chemistry, Kumaraguru College of Technology, Coimbatore,
Tamil Nadu, India.

S. Karthikeyan (*)
Department of Chemistry, Chikkanna Government Arts College, Tirupur,
Tamil Nadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/4 (2014) 23 – 33.

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4. Development of new metal matrix composite electrodes for electrical discharge machining through powder metallurgy process

C. Mathalai Sundaram (*)
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Nadar Saraswathi College of Engineering & Technology, Theni, Tamilnadu – 625531, India.

R. Sivasubramanian
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Mangayarkarasi College of Engineering, Madurai, Tamilnadu, India

M. Sivakumar
Sree Sowdambika College of Engineering, Aruppukkottai, Tamilnadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/4 (2014) 34 – 40.

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5. Performance of polymer gears reinforced with sisal woven rovings

A. Faizur Rahman (*) and R. Santhosh
Department of Mechanical Engineering, CSI College of Engineering, Nilgiris – 643215, Tamil Nadu, India.

A. P. Senthil Kumar and B. Giriraj
Department of Mechanical Engineering, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore – 641004 Tamil Nadu, India.

A. P.Arun
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kumaraguru College of Technology, Coimbatore-641006 Tamil Nadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 6/4 (2014) 41 – 48.

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-115.pdf


Volume 7 : Issue 1 : 2015 (January – March)

Editorial

Content :


1. Extending the applications of BODIPY to the whole visible spectral region (Invited Review Article)

Jorge Bañuelos* and Iñigo López Arbeloa

Departamento de Química Física, Universidad del País Vasco UPV/EHU, Apartado 644, 48080-Bilbao, Spain.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/1 (2015) 1 – 35.

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-199.pdf


2. Study of cutting forces in machining of magnesium composite by response surface methodology

M. Saravanakumar (*, A), N. Natarajan (B), V. Krishnaraj (C)

(A) Robert Bosch Engineering and Business solutions Limited, Coimbatore – 641035, India.
(B) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Sri Ranganathar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore – 641110, India.
(C) Department of Production Engineering, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore – 641004, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/1 (2015) 36 – 58.

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-108.pdf


3. Experimental investigations on aluminum based metal matrix composites with B4C, SiC and Mg

Chellapandi P. (1, 4), Senthil Kumar A. (2), Arungalai Vendan S. (3)

(1) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Jeppiaar Engineering College, Chennai, India
(2) Department of Mechanical Engineering, University College of Engineering, Anna University, Panruti Campus, Panruti, India
(3) School of Electrical Engineering (SELECT), VIT University, Vellore, India
(4) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Anna University, Chennai

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/1 (2015) 59 – 68.

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-117.pdf


4. Jute fibre reinforced plastic: evaluation of application based properties

J. B. Sajin
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Narayanaguru College of Engineering, Manjalumoodu – 629151, India.

R. Sivasubramanian
2. Department of Mechanical Engineering, Mangayarkarasi College of Engineering, Madurai – 625402, India.

R. Nagalingam
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Arul College of Technology, Radhapuram – 627 111, India.

M. Sivakumar
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Sowdambika college of engineering, Aruppukkottai 626134, Tamil Nadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/1 (2015) 69 – 73.

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-104.pdf


5. Multiresponse optimization of process variables of power mixed wire electrical discharge machining on AISI 304 stainless steel

Sivakumar M.*, Sivakumar K., Sathish S.

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Bannariamman Institute of Technology, Sathyamangalam, Erode, Tamilnadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/1 (2015) 74 – 88.

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-114.pdf


6. Investigations on temperature distribution in welding of Aluminium alloys to steel using FEM

K. S. Ashraff Ali (1), P. Marimuthu (2), A. Athijayamani (3)

(1) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Thirumalai Engineering College, Kanchipuram, India.
(2) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Syed Ammal Engineering College, Ramanathapuram, India.
(3) Department of Mechanical Engineering, ACTECH, Karikudi, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/1 (2015) 89 – 97.

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-145.pdf


Volume 7 : Issue 2 : 2015 (April – June)

Guest Editor:
Dr. Hoysall N Chanakya
,
Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, India.

Editorial

Content :


1. Monitoring of biogas plants – experiences in laboratory and full scale

B. Habermann, E. Ritzi, F. Schulze

Institute of Agricultural and Urban Ecological Projects affiliated to Berlin Humboldt University (IASP), Berlin, Germany.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/2 (2015) 1 – 7.

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-121.pdf


2. Identification of metabolically active methanogens in anaerobic digester by DNA Stable-Isotope Probing using 13C-acetate

V. Gowdaman, M. Srikanth

Applied and Environmental Biotechnology Laboratory, Department of Biological Sciences Birla Institute of Technology and Science – Pilani, K. K .Birla Goa campus, Goa – 403726, India

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/2 (2015) 8 – 16.

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3. Digestate from anaerobic reactor as a potential fertilizer

Navodita Bhatnagar and Srikanth Mutnuri

Applied Environmental Biotechnology Laboratory, Department of Biological Sciences, BITS Pilani K.K. Birla Goa Campus, Goa – 403726, India

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/2 (2015) 17 – 24.

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4. Management of Biogas spent slurry for hastening the composting of
agro residues.


G. S. Geeta and M. Ashwini
AICRP on RES (Bioconversion technology), M.A.R.S, University of
Agricultural Scineces, Dharwad-580 005.Karnataka , India.

T. H. Shankarappa
Department of Agril. Microbiology, College of Horticulture, Tamaka, Kolar, University Horticulture Sciences, Bagalkot, Karnataka , India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/2 (2015) 25 – 32.

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5. Dry fermentation technology for utilization of Bio-energy crops/crop residues for biogas production

Sooch S. S.

Director, School of Energy Studies for Agriculture, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana-141004, Punjab, India

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/2 (2015) 33 – 41.

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-125.pdf


6. The Efficacy of Biogas to Protect Stored Grains from Insect Pests

Chanakya H.N, Parvathi Chandran and Himanshu Kumar Khuntia*

Center for Sustainable Technologies, Indian Institute of Science (IISc),
Bangalore 560012, India

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/2 (2015) 42 – 52.

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7. Implementation of Decentralized Power Generation by Biogas Digester: Policy in Perspective. 

Nirmalendunath Ghosh

Ex-Superintending Engineer (Electrical), SEB, Kolkata, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/2 (2015) 53 – 65.

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-127.pdf


8. Sustainable treatment potential of mixed algal consortia for domestic waste water : Growth and mixotropy

Priyanka Murthy* and Chanakya H.N

Centre for Sustainable Technologies, Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/2 (2015) 66 – 86.

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9. Anaerobic co-digestion of food waste and septage – A waste to energy project in Nashik city

Meghanath Prabhu (a), Sachin Waigaonkar (b), Regina Dube (c),
Dirk Walther (c) and Srikanth Mutnuri (a, *)

a) Applied Environmental Biotechnology Laboratory, Department of Biological Sciences, Birla Institute of Technology and Science–Pilani, K. K. Birla Goa campus, Near NH17B, Bypass Road, Zuarinagar, 403726, Goa, India. Tel: 0091 832 2580125, Fax: 0091 832 2557033, Email: srikanth.mutnuri@gmail.com, srikanth@goa.bits-pilani.ac.in
b) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Biological Sciences, Birla Institute of Technology and Science–Pilani, K. K. Birla Goa campus, Near NH17B, Bypass Road, Zuarinagar, 403726, Goa, India.
c) Indo-German Environment Programme-ASEM, Sustainable Urban Habitat, Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, New Delhi, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/2 (2015) 87 – 98.

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10. Biogas slurry – An alternative growth media for algae cultivation in algiculture systems with simultaneous reduction algal predation

Abitha R., Chanakya H. N.*, Afreen Aman, Shwetha U.

Centre for Sustainable Technologies, Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore – 560012, India. E mail: chanakya@astra.iisc.ernet.in

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/2 (2015) 99 – 108.

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11. Nutrient recovery and energy efficient algal harvest from anaerobic digestor wastewater

Priyanka Murthy and Chanakya H. N.*

Centre for Sustainable Technologies, Indian Institute of Sciene (IISc), Bangalore-560012, Karnataka, India

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/2 (2015) 109 – 121.

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-132.pdf


12. Enhancing anaerobic digestion of poultry litter in field digestors by incorporating in-line pre-digestor assembly

M. J. Barooah and A. Borah
Department of Agricultural Engineering, Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat, Assam, India.

M. Dutta
Department of Chemistry, Mariani College, Assam, India.
Email: abhijit64@gmail.com

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/2 (2015) 122 – 129.

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-133.pdf


Volume 7 : Issue 3 : 2015 (July – September) – Incomplete

Editorial

Content :


1. Preparation of mesoporous carbon from fructose using zinc-based activators

Tutik Setianingsih (A), Indriana Kartini (B), Yateman Arryanto (B)

(A) Department of Chemistry, Brawijaya University , Jl.Veteran 169 Malang, Indonesia.
(B) Department of Chemistry, Gadjah Mada University, Jl. Bulaksumur Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/3 (2015) 1 – 7.

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2. Adsorption of Reactive Blue 171 from Aqueous Solution using Low Cost Activated Carbon Prepared from Agricultural Solid Waste: Albizia amara

K. Anitha (*, A) , P. S. Syed Shabudeen (B), S. Karthikeyan (C), and
N. Aruna devi (D)

(A) Department of Chemistry, A. P. A. College for Women, Palani, Tamil Nadu, India.
(B) Department of Chemistry, Kumaraguru College of Technology, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India.
(C) Department of Chemistry, ChikkannaGovernment Arts College, Tirupur, Tamil Nadu, India.
(D) Department of Chemistry,P.S.G.R.Krishnammal College For Women, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/3 (2015) 8 – 18.

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3. Study of lead ion elimination from aqueous solution in a fixed-bed double column system using longan seed based activated carbon

Sumrit Mopoung* and Vijitr Udeye

Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Naresuan University, Phitsanulok, Thailand.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/3 (2015) 19 – 23.

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4. Effect of temperature on micropore of activated carbon from sticky rice straw by H3PO4 activation

Sumrit Mopoung (*, A), Supattra Inkum (B), Laddawan Anuwetch (C)

(A) Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Naresuan University, Phitsanulok, Thailand.
(B) Pu Duang Sueksalai School, Khon Sawan district, Chaiyaphum, Thailand.
(C) Yangwittayakhom school, Yang sub-district, Borabue district, Mahasarakham, Thailand.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/3 (2015) 24 – 29.

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5. Investigation of composite coated Ti-C-N surfaces with ball-cratering test method

P. Vijayasarathi (A), P. Suresh Prabhu (B) and Gukan Rajaram (C)

(A) Research Scholar, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Anna University, Coimbatore – 641047, Tamil Nadu, India.
(B) Director of Research, Mechanical Engineering, Karpagam University,
Coimbatore – 641021, Tamil Nadu, India.
(C) Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, P.S.G.college of Technology, Coimbatore – 641004, Tamil Nadu, India.
Corresponding Author E-mail: vijayasarathiprabakaran@gmail.com,
TEL: 09894479240, 09710266805

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/3 (2015) 30 – 36.

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Volume 7 : Issue 4 : 2015 (Oct. – Dec.)

Editorial

Content :

1. Experimental Investigation and Analysis of Mechanical Properties of Palm fibre reinforced Epoxy composites and Sisal fibre reinforced Polyester composites

B. Muthu Chozha Rajan (*, A), A. Senthil Kumar (A), V. Madhan(B), P. Paul Pandian(B), and A. Saravanakumaar (A)

(A) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Sethu Institute of Technology, Kariapatti – 626115, Tamil Nadu, India.
(B) Department of ME CAD/CAM, Sethu Institute of Technology, Kariapatti-626115, Tamil Nadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/4 (2015) 1 – 15.

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2. A study on machining parameters for Wire Electrical Discharge Machining of Circular Contouring in Stir Cast AA6063/SiC Composites

I. Balasubramanian (*, A), R. Maheswaran (B), J. Godwin (C)

(A) Department of Mechanical Engineering, VV College of Engineering, Arasoor, Tuticorin – 628656, Tamil Nadu, India.
(B) Department of Mechanical Engineering, MEPCO Schlenk Engineering College, Mepco Nagar – 626 005, Virudhunagar district, Tamil Nadu, India.
(C) Department of Mechanical Engineering, VV College of Engineering, Arasoor, Tuticorin – 628656, Tamil Nadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/4 (2015) 16 – 27.

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3. Optimization of process parameters of ECM by RSM on AISI 202 steel

P. Alex John Britto (*, A), N. Lenin (A)

Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Engineering College, Kovilpatti-628503, Tamil Nadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/4 (2015) 28 – 33.

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4. Analysis of Composite Leaf Spring Enhanced With Nanoparticles

K. Ganesan (*, A), C. Kailasanathan (B), Y. Kumarasamy (C)

(A) Department of Mechanical Engineering, P.S.R. Engineering College, Sivakasi – 626140, Tamil Nadu, India.
(B) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Sethu Institute of Technology, Kariapatti- 626115, Tamil Nadu, India.
(C) Department of Mechanical Engineering, P.S.R. Engineering College, Sivakasi – 626140, Tamil Nadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/4 (2015) 34 – 42.

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5. Evaluation of mechanical properties of natural hybrid fibers, reinforced polyester composite materials

S. Kasiviswanathan, K. Santhanam, and A. Kumaravel

Department of Mechanical Engineering, K.S.Rangasamy College of Technology, Tiruchengode – 637215, Tamilnadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/4 (2015) 43 – 49.

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6. Effect of Coconut Fillers on Hybrid Coconut Kevlar Fiber Reinforced Epoxy
Composites

S. P. Jani (A), A. Senthil Kumar (B), A. Adamkhan (C), Nithin (A), and Rajakumar (A)

(A) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ponjesly College of engineering, Nagercoil, Tamilnadu, India.
(B) Department of Mechanical Engineering, sethu institute of technology, Viruthunagar, Tamilnadu, India.
(C) International Research Centre, Department of Mechanical Engineering, kalasalingam university. Viruthunager,Tamilnadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/4 (2015) 50 – 58.

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7. Improvement of Corrosion Resistance by Vacuum Arc Evaporation PVD Thin Film TiN Coating

M. P. Bharathimohan (A) and S. Neelakrishnan (B)

(A) Department of Automobile Engineering, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore-641004, India.
(B) Department of Automobile Engineering, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore-641004, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/4 (2015) 59 – 65.

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8. Investigation on Dynamic Analysis of VMC Bed using epoxy Composite

S. Murugan [A] and P. R. Thyla [B]

(A) Department of Mechanical Engineering, The Seshasayee Institute of Technology, Trichy – 620010. Tamilnadu, India.
(B) Department of Mechanical Engineering, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore – 641004, Tamilnadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 7/4 (2015) 66 – 75.

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Volume 8 : Issue 1 : 2016 (January – March)

Editorial

Content :


1. Characterization of phosphoric acid modified activated carbon fiber from fiber waste of pineapple leaf fiber production processing

Sumrit Mopoung *, Pornsawan Amornsakchai, Sarocha Somroop

Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Naresuan University, Phitsanulok, Thailand.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/1 (2016) 1 – 12.

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2. Synthesis and characterization of graphene-Fe3O4 nanocomposite

Ajinkya G. Nene (1), Makoto Takahashi (1), Prakash R. Somani (2), Hare Ram Aryal (4), Koichi Wakita (3), Masayoshi Umeno (4)

(1) Department of Applied Chemistry, Chubu University, 1200 Matsumoto-cho, Kasugai-shi, Aichi-Ken 487-8501, Japan.
(2) Applied Science Innovations Pvt.Ltd., Pune, Maharashtra, India.
(3) College of Life and Health Science, Chubu University, 1200 Matsumoto-cho, Kasugai-shi, Aichi-Ken 487-8501, Japan.
(4) Institute for General Research of Science, Chubu University, 1200 Matsumoto-cho, Kasugai-shi, Aichi-Ken 487-8501, Japan.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/1 (2016) 13 – 24.

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3. Synthesis and characterization of multiwalled carbon nanotubes using Brassica Juncea oil as carbon source

S. Kalaiselvan (A), K. Gopal (B), S. Karthikeyan (C, *)

(A) Department of Chemistry, Hindusthan College of Engineering & Technology, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India.
(B) Department of Chemistry, Erode Arts & Science College, Erode, Tamil Nadu, India.
(C) Department of Chemistry, Chikkanna Government Arts College, Tirupur, Tamil Nadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/1 (2016) 25 – 31.

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4. Synthesis and characterization of chemically activated carbon derived from arecanut shell

A. S. Jadhav (a) and G. T. Mohanraj (b)

(a) Department of Chemical Engineering, AISSMS College of Engineering, Kennedy Road, Pune – 411001, Maharashtra, India.
(b) Department of Chemical Engineering & Technology, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi, Jharkhand – 835215, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/1 (2016) 32 – 39.

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5. Comparative study of production of Bio-Indigo by Pandoraea sp. in a two phase-fed batch and continuous bioreactor

Vaishnavi Unde (a), Srikanth Mutnuri (b, *)

(a) Department of Chemical Engineering, BITS-Pilani, K K Birla Goa campus,NH-17B, Zuari nagar, Goa – 403726, India.
(b) Applied Environmental Biotechnology Laboratory, Department of Biological Sciences, BITS-Pilani, K K Birla Goa campus,NH-17B, Zuari nagar, Goa – 403726, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/1 (2016) 40 – 46.

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6. Sunlight assisted photocatalytic degradation of Indigo Carmine using eco-friendly synthesized CdSnO3

Ashok V. Borhade

Research Centre, Department of Chemistry, HPT Arts and RYK Science College, Nashik, 422005 MS, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/1 (2016) 47 – 54.

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7. Functionalization and formation of drinking water filter rod from lignite with zeolite, bentonite, and clay

Sumrit Mopoung*, Nimit Sriprang, Jutatip Namahoot, Nantaka Pumfang, Lalita Chuayudom, Weerada Rattanprasit, Siriwan Di-inkaew, Khatriya Jannachai, Dusadeeporn Polkanyim, Rosjaras Bunpum

Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Naresuan University, Phitsanulok, Thailand.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/1 (2016) 55 – 62.

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8. Experimental investigations and finite element analysis of composite sandwich structures with honeycomb core – Evaluation for strength and quality

S. A. Abdul Sukkur (a), P. Palanisamy (b), K. R. Vijayakumar (b)

a) Research Scholar, Mechanical Engineering Department, Dr MGR Educational and Research Institute University, Maduravoyal, Chennai-600095, India.
b) Mechanical Engineering Department, Advanced Research Institute, Dr MGR Educational and Research Institute University, Maduravoyal, Chennai-600095, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/1 (2016) 63 – 73.

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Volume 8 : Issue 2 : 2016 (April – June)

Guest Editor: Dr. Devdas B. Lata

Editorial

Content :


1. Characterization of TiO2 thin films deposited by using dc magnetron sputtering

Nalin Prashant Poddar (*), S. K. Mukherjee

Department of Physics, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi – 835215, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/2 (2016) 1 – 8. 

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2. Air flow investigations in direct type solar food dryer using computational fluid dynamics

Pankaj K. Gupta

Mechanical Engineering Department, Chhatrapati Shivaji Institute of Technology, Durg, Chhattisgarh, 491001, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/2 (2016) 9 – 16. 

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3. Development of Low Cost Solar Cooker

Pankaj K. Gupta

Mechanical Engineering Department, Chhatrapati Shivaji Institute of Technology, Durg, Chhattisgarh, 491001, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/2 (2016) 17 – 20. 

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4. Investigation on the performance and emission parameters of dual fuel diesel engine with mixture combination of hydrogen and producer gas as secondary fuel

A. E. Dhole (1, a, *), R. B. Yarasu (1), D.B. Lata (2)

1) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Government College of Engineering, Amravati, Maharashtra, India.
2) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi 835215, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/2 (2016) 21 – 28. 

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5. Enhancing energy efficiency techniques and strategies

A. G. Matani

Mechanical Engineering, Government College of Engineering, Amravati – 444 604, Maharashtra, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/2 (2016) 29 – 32. 

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6. ICT applications enhancing energy efficiency

A. G. Matani

Mechanical Engineering, Government College of Engineering, Amravati – 444 604, Maharashtra, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/2 (2016) 33 – 37. 

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-190.pdf


7. Investigation on parameters of methanol fuel and its blend on a diesel dual fuel engine

G. K. Prashant (1), D. B. Lata (2), P. C. Joshi (1)

1) Department of Space Engineering and Rocketry, Birla Institute of Technology, Mersa, Ranchi-635215, India.
2) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Birla Institute of Technology, Mersa, Ranchi-635215, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/2 (2016) 38 – 45. 

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-191.pdf


8. Computational study of turbine blade cooling with various blowing ratios

Madhurima Dey (*), Prakhar Jindal, A. K. Roy

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi – 835215, Jharkhand, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/2 (2016) 46 – 54. 

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-192.pdf


9. Exploitation of endophytic fungus as a potential source of biofuel

Nawed Anjum, Vijay Kant Pandey and Ramesh Chandra

Department of Bioengineering, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/2 (2016) 55 – 62. 

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10. Performance Study of Dual Fuel Engine Using Producer Gas as Secondary Fuel

Deepika Shaw (1, *), Shahid Jamal Akhtar (2), Abhishek Priyam (3), Raviranjan Kumar Singh (4)

1) Department of Mechanical Engineering, R.T.C Institute of Technology, Ranchi, Jharkhand, India.
2) Department of Mechanical Engineering, R.T.C Institute of Technology, Ranchi, Jharkhand, India.
3) Department of Mechanical Engineering, N.I.T Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India.
4) Department of Mechanical Engineering, N.I.T Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/2 (2016) 63 – 71. 

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11. A brief review on experimental film cooling

Prakhar Jindal*, Shubham Agarwal, R. P. Sharma

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi, Jharkhand – 835215, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/2 (2016) 72 – 82. 

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12. Energy conversion using Pt-Pd/C anode catalyst in direct 2-propanol fuel cell

S. S. Mahapatra (1) and J. Datta (2)

1) Department of Chemistry, BIT-Mesra, Ranchi-835215, Jharkhand, India.
2) Department of Chemistry, IIEST, Shibpur, Howrah-711 103, West Bengal, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/2 (2016) 83 – 91. 

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13. Influence of Li10GeP2S12-type solid electrolyte on cell thermodynamics

Jishnu Bhattacharya (1) and C. Wolverton (2)

1) Mechanical Engineering Department, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Kanpur, UP-208016, India.
2) Material Science and Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL-60208, USA

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/2 (2016) 92 – 101. 

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Volume 8 : Issue 3 : 2016 (July – Sept.)

Guest Editor: Dr. Devdas B. Lata

Editorial

Content :


1. Study of water tolerance in hydrous ethanol-gasoline blends

T. N. Sreenivasa (1), K. M. Harinikumar (2), Sathyanarayana. A. (3)

1) Department of Mechanical Engineering, AMC Engineering College, Bangalore, India.
2) Department of Plant Biotechnology, University of Agricultural Science , GKVK, Bangalore, India.
3) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/3 (2016) 1 – 7. 

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2. A CAD model for energy efficient offshore structures for desalination and energy conversion

R. Rahul Dev, R. Sharma ( *), R. Sundaravadivelu

Department of Ocean Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, Tamil Nadu – 600 036, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/3 (2016) 8 – 17. 

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-199.pdf


3. Numerical investigation of unsteady detonation waves in combustion chamber using Shchelkin spirals

Repaka Ramesh (1), C T Dheeraj Kumar Singh (2), Dr. Gurunadh Velidi (3)

1) CFD, Aerospace Department, Upes, Dehradun, India.
2) CFD, Aerospace Department, Upes, Dehradun, India.
3) Aerospace Department, Upes, Dehradun, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/3 (2016) 18 – 28. 

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-200.pdf


4. Effect of pre-combustion characteristics in pulse detonation engine using shchelkin spiral

C. T. Dheeraj Kumar Singh (1), Repaka Ramesh (2), Gurunadh Velidi (3)

1) CFD, Aerospace Department, Upes, Dehradun, India.
2) CFD, Aerospace Department, Upes, Dehradun, India.
3) Aerospace Department, Upes, Dehradun, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/3 (2016) 29 – 35. 

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5. Experimental investigation of a single cylinder S.I engine fuelled with gasoline-butanol blends

Naveen Gaur, Darpan Dahiya, and Rohit Singh Lather

Department of Mechanical Engineering The NORTHCAP University, Gurgaon, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/3 (2016) 36 – 45. 

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6. Effect of ZSM-5 catalyst on co-cracking of jatropha oil with bagasse

Shelly Biswas (1, 2, *), D. K. Sharma (1), Rajiv Kumar (3)

1) Centre for Energy Studies, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, New Delhi, India.
2) Department of Chemistry , Vel Tech Dr RR & Dr SR Technical University, Avadi, Chennai, India.
3) Department of space Engineering and Rocketry, Birla Institute of Technology Mesra, Ranchi, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/3 (2016) 46 – 51. 

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7. Analysis of a combustion, performance and emission characteristics of a CNG-B20 fuelled diesel engine under dual fuel mode

Pankaj S. Shelke (1), Nitin M. Sakhare (1), Subhash Lahane (1, a, *), Kushal S. Wasankar (2)

1) Department of Mechanical Engineering, MIT Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India.
2) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Govern College of Engineering, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/3 (2016) 52 – 59. 

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8. Effect of EGR on a sationary VCR diesel engine using cottonseed biodiesel (B20) fuel

Nitin M. Sakhare, Pankaj S. Shelke, Subhash Lahane(a, *), A. T. Autee

Department of Mechanical Engineering, MIT Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/3 (2016) 60 – 67. 

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9. Mahua (Madhuca Indica) oil: A potential source for biodiesel production in India

Utkarsh (1, *), Atfa Enam (2), D. Mahto (1), Arbind Kumar (1)

1) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra – Ranchi, Jharkhand, India.
2) Centre for Energy Engineering, Central University of Jharkhand, Ranchi, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/3 (2016) 68 – 73. 

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10. Performance study of four stroke S.I. engine using upgraded biogas fuel

Jai Prakash (1), Chikesh Ranjan (1), S. K. Dhiman (2), Arbind Kumar (2)

1) RTC Institute of Technology, Anandi Ormanjhi, Ranchi, INDIA.
2) Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi, INDIA.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/3 (2016) 74 – 85. 

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-207.pdf


11. Algae as a Biofuel: Renewable Source for Liquid Fuel

Vijay Kant Pandey (1), Nawed Anjum (1), Ramesh Chandra (1, *)

Department of Bio-Engineering, Birla Institute of Technology Mesra, Ranchi, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/3 (2016) 86 – 93. 

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-208.pdf


12. Protein engineering for biofuel production: Recent development

Nisha Singh, Pragya Prakash and Ramesh Chandra*

Department of Bio-Engineering, Birla Institute of Technology, BIT Mesra Ranchi, India

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/3 (2016) 94 – 102. 

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-209.pdf


13. Analytical study of the optimum mass flow rate of water in a natural circulation solar collector

Dushyant Rathi *, Arbind Kumar

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/3 (2016) 103 – 111. 

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-211.pdf


14. Shorea robusta: A sustainable biomass feedstock

Vishal Kumar Singh, Shubham Choudhary, Ramesh Chandra* and Dinesh Prasad

Department of Bio-Engineering, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi-835215, Jharkhand, India

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/3 (2016) 112 – 117. 

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-210.pdf


15. Numerical Investigation of Merged and Non-merged Flame of a Twin Cavity Annular Trapped Vortex Combustor

Pravendra Kumar and D. P. Mishra*

Combustion Laboratory, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur – 208016, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/3 (2016) 118 – 128. 

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-212.pdf


16. Numerical Analysis of Winglet Type Fin-and-Tube Heat Exchanger

Shailesh Kumar Sarangi* and Dipti Prasad Mishra

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Birla institute of technology, Mesra, Ranchi-835215, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/3 (2016) 129 – 138. 

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-213.pdf


17. Algal biomass harvesting by graft copolymer of polyacrylamide on guar gum (GG-g-PAM): a sustainable method for alternative source of energy

Pinki Pal, Jai Prakash Pandey, and Gautam Sen*

Department of Chemistry, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi – 835215, Jharkhand, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/3 (2016) 139 – 145. 

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-214.pdf


18. Assessment of Hydrogen Generation Potential from Biomass and its Application for Power Generation in Andaman and Nicobar Islands: A Review

Vinaya C. Mathad (1, *) and Subhash Lahane (2)

1) Centre for Energy Studies, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi, New Delhi, India.
2) Subhash Lahane, Department of Mechanical Engineering, MIT Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/3 (2016) 146 – 152. 

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-216.pdf


19. A Computational study on k-kl-ω model for flow field and heat transfer on a cylinder in cross-flow

S. K. Dhiman* and J. K. Prasad

Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi-835215, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/3 (2016) 153 – 164. 

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-217


20. Controlled sulfonation of poly(ether sulfone) using phthalic anhydride as catalyst and its membrane performance for fuel cell application

Seikh Jiyaur Rahaman*, M. Mukherjee and G. Sarkhel

Department of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi- 835215, Jharkhand, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/3 (2016) 165 – 174. 

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Full Text (OPEN ACCESS) : CST-218.pdf


Volume 8 : Issue 4 : 2016 (Oct. – Dec.)

Editorial

Content :


1. Numerical Investigation of Jet Impingement Heat Transfer on a Flat plate

Asem Nabadavis* and Dipti Prasad Mishra

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Birla Institute of Technology-Mesra, Ranchi, Jharkhand, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/4 (2016) 1 – 12. 

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2. Calcium Ion Removal by KMnO4 Modified Pineapple Leaf Waste Carbon Prepared from Waste of Pineapple Leaf Fiber Production Processing

Sumrit Mopoung and Thaksaphon Bunterm

Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Naresuan University, Phitsanulok, Thailand.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/4 (2016) 13 – 19. 

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3. Fatigue curve parameters description of AISI 1141 Microalloyed Steel using Gatts equation, Exponential & Hyperbolic function

J. Selvakumar (a), M. D. Mohangift (b), S. Johnalexis (c)

(a) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Paavaai Group of Institutions, Pachal, Namakkal, Tamilnadu, India.
(b) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Panimalar Engineering College, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India.
(c) Department of Automobile Engineering, Kumaraguru College of technology, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/4 (2016) 20 – 27. 

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4. Experimental wear behaviour of cryogenically treated aluminium 6063 and 8011 materials

K. K. Padmanabhan and R. Bharathbalaji

Department of Automobile Engineering, Karpagam University, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/4 (2016) 28 – 34. 

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5. Preparation of carbon nanosheets from Gelam wood bark and its electrochemical study

Nirwan Syarif (*) and Miswar Prasagi

Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Universitas Sriwijaya, Indralaya, Ogan Ilir, Sumatera Selatan 30862, Indonesia.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/4 (2016) 35 – 42. 

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6. Deposition and characterization of amorphous carbon thin film

R. Venkatesh Babu (a), G. Balakrishnan (b, d, *), R. Shivaraman (b), S. Manavalan (c), and J. I. Song (d)

(a) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology, Bharath University, Chennai-600073, India.
(b) Department of Nanotechnology, Centre of Excellence in Patterned Multiferroics & Nanotechnology, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology, Bharath University, Chennai-600073, India.
(c) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Bharath Institute of Science and Technology, Bharath University, Chennai-600073, India.
d) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Changwon National University, Changwon- 641773, South Korea.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/4 (2016) 43 – 47. 

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7. Interaction of Recombinant Human Regulatory Factor X, 6 DNA Binding Region with Insulin Promoter in vitro

Shruti Balaji and Anasuya Ganguly*

Department of Biological Sciences, Birla Institute of Technology and Science-Pilani (BITS Pilani), K. K. Birla Goa Campus, India – 403726.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/4 (2016) 48 – 62. 

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8. Facile one-spot synthesis of highly porous KOH-activated carbon from rice husk: Response surface methodology approach

Tran Van Thuan (A), Van Thi Thanh Ho (B), Nguyen Duy Trinh (A), Nguyen Thi Thuong (A), Bui Thi Phuong Quynh (A), and Long Giang Bach (A, *)

(A) NTT Institute of High Technology, Nguyen Tat Thanh University, 300A Nguyen Tat Thanh Str., Ward 13, District 4, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
(B) Hochiminh City University of Natural Resources and Environment, 236B Le Van Sy Str., Ward 1, Tan Binh District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/4 (2016) 63 – 69. 

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9. Effect of manufactured sand on the durability characteristics of concrete

S. S. SARAVANAN *, 1 and P. JAGADEESH 2

*1 School of civil & chemical Engineering VIT University, Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India.
2 School of civil & chemical Engineering, VIT University, Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 8/4 (2016) 70 – 81. 

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Volume 9 : Issue 1 : 2017

Editorial

Content :


1.  Preparation of MnO2 from manganese natural ore.

S. K. Sinha (1, *), Hari Mahto (1), Md. Shahid (2), D. Shikha (2), S. Murugesan (3), E. Mohandas (3)

1) Department of Physics, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra 835215 Ranchi, Jharkhand, India.
2) Department of Chemistry, Birla Institute of Technology Mesra 835215 Ranchi, Jharkhand, India.
3) Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR), Kalpakkam - 603102, Tamilnadu, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 9/1 (2017) 1 - 6. 

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2. Effect of particle size, load and speed on the dry sliding wear behavior of Aluminium 8011 - SiC composites.

N. Ashok (A) and P. Shanmughasundaram (B)

(A) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Karpagam University, Coimbatore - 641021, India.
(B) Department of Automobile Engineering, Karpagam University, Coimbatore - 641021, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 9/1 (2017) 7 - 16. 

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3. Enhanced dispersibility of carbon black particles by PVA encapsulation using combined heating method.

G. Raghavendra and P. Hima Bindu

Department of Physics, Nizam College, Basheerbagh, Hyderabad, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 9/1(2017) 17 - 21. 

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4. Sonochemical synthesis & characterization of Dy3+ capped MgSiO3 nanostructures and their photoluminescence studies for display device application.

G. R. Revannasiddappa1,2,*, M. S. Rudresha 2, H. Nagabhushana3, R. B. Basavaraj 3, and B. Daruka prasad4

1) Sree Siddaganga College of Arts, Science & Commerce for Women, Tumkur-572102, India.
2) Sri Siddhartha Academy of Higher Education, Agalakote, Tumkur-572105, India.
3) Prof. C.N.R. Rao Centre for Advanced Materials, Tumkur University, Tumkur- 572103, India.
4) Department of Physics, B.M.S Institute of Technology and Management, Yelahanka, Bangalore- 560064, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 9/1(2017) 22 - 31. 

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5. Study of adsorption behavior of methyl orange dye on activated carbon prepared from sugarcane bagasse via chemical activation.

Tawan Chaiwon (A) and Duangdao Channei (B, *)

(A) Department of Chemistry and General Science, Faculty of Education, Valaya Alongkorn Rajabhat University under the Royal Patronage, Pathum Thani 13180, Thailand.
(B) Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Naresuan University, Phitsanulok 65000, Thailand. *Corresponding Author: duangdaoc@nu.ac.th

Carbon – Science and Technology 9/1 (2017) 32 - 38. 

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6. Performance analysis of solar photovoltaic arrays under partial shaded conditions

Sathyanarayana P. (A, *), Rajkiran Ballal (B), Girish Kumar (C), Laksmisagar P. S.(D)

(A) Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Institute of Technology, Ujire – 574240, Karnataka, India. *Corresponding Author: sathyabhatpalla@gmail.com
(B) Mangalore Marine College and Technology Mangalore-574144 Karnatak, India. (C) Department of Mechanical Engineering, Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Institute of Technology, Ujire – 574240, Karnataka, India.
(D) Department of Physics, Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Institute of Technology, Ujire – 574240, Karnataka, India.

Carbon – Science and Technology 9/1 (2017) 39 - 46. 

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7. A study by adsorption calorimetry, effect of resorcinol/catalyst at different ratios using polar and non-polar molecules in the synthesis of carbon aerogels.

R. A. Fonseca-Correa (A), M. J. Bastidas-Barranco (B), L. Giraldo (C), J. C. Moreno-Piraján (* A)

(A) Faculty of Sciences, Department of Chemistry, Research Group in Porous Solids and Calorimetry, University of the Andes. 11711 Bogotá-Colombia.
(B) Faculty of Engineering, Group destaCar, University of la Guajira. 440003 Guajira- Colombia.
(C) Faculty of Sciences, Department of Chemistry, National University of Colombia. 11001 Bogotá- Colombia.
* Corresponding author; E-mail: jumoreno@uniandes.edu.co; Fax: +571-3324366.

Carbon – Science and Technology 9/1 (2017) 47 - 64. 

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