• K S MARTIROSYAN

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• Diffuse spectra model of photoluminescence in carbon quantum dots

The attractive aspect of excitation related to fluorescence nature in carbon quantum dots (CQD) has guided to several assumptions correlated with clusters size distribution, shapes as well as presence of different emissive states. Inthis study, a dimer–excimer model of photoluminescence (PL) in CQD describing discrete multiple electronic states for the excitation-dependent emission is described. The functional dependence of the characteristic width of the diffusespectra of PL on the size of a quantum dots are calculated. The effective width of PL spectrum can be tuned from 0.1 to 1 eV.

• Twisted laminar superconducting composite: MgB$_2$ embedded carbon nanotube yarns

Twisted laminar superconducting composite structures based on multi-wall carbon nanotube (MWCNT) yarns were crafted by integrating magnesium and boron homogeneous mixture into the carbon nanotube (CNT) aerogel sheets. After the ignition of the Mg–B–MWCNT system, under the controlled argon environment, the high exothermic reaction between magnesium (Mg) and boron (B) with stoichiometric ratio produced the MgB$_2$@MWCNT superconducting composite yarns. The process was conducted under the controlled argon environment and uniform heating rate in the differential scanning calorimetry and thermogravimetric analyzer. The XRD analysis confirmed that the produced composite yarns contain nano and microscale inclusions of superconducting phase of MgB$_2$. The mechanical properties of the composite twisted and coiled yarns at room temperature were characterized. The tensile strength up to 200 MPa and Young’s modulus of 1.27 GPa proved that MgB$_2$@MWCNT composite is much stiffer than single component MgB$_2$ wires. The superconductive critical temperature of T$_c$ ${\sim}$38 K was determined by measuring temperature-dependent magnetization curves. The critical current density, J$_c$ of superconducting component of composite yarns was obtained at different temperatures below T$_c$ by using magnetic hysteresis measurement. The highest value of J$_c$ = 3.39 9 10$^7$A cm$^{-2}$ was recorded at 5 K.

• # Bulletin of Materials Science

Volume 45, 2022
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• # Dr Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar for Science and Technology

Posted on October 12, 2020

Prof. Subi Jacob George — Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Jakkur, Bengaluru
Chemical Sciences 2020