Dr. M K Devaraju
Dr. M K Devaraju
Research Fellow, UniSA
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Ultrathin Nanosheets of Li2MSiO4 (M= Fe, Mn) as High-Capacity Li-Ion Battery Electrode
D Rangappa, KD Murukanahally, T Tomai, A Unemoto, I Honma
Nano letters 12 (3), 1146-1151, 2012
Hydrothermal and Solvothermal Process Towards Development of LiMPO4 (M = Fe, Mn) Nanomaterials for Lithium‐Ion Batteries
MK Devaraju, I Honma
Advanced Energy Materials 2 (3), 284-297, 2012
Controlled synthesis of nanocrystalline Li 2 MnSiO 4 particles for high capacity cathode application in lithium-ion batteries
DM Kempaiah, D Rangappa, I Honma
Chemical Communications 48 (21), 2698-2700, 2012
Hydrogen bonding-reinforced hydrogel electrolyte for flexible, robust, and all-in-one supercapacitor with excellent low-temperature tolerance
H Yu, N Rouelle, A Qiu, JA Oh, DM Kempaiah, JD Whittle, M Aakyiir, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 12 (34), 37977-37985, 2020
Unravelling the Surface Structure of MgMn2O4 Cathode Materials for Rechargeable Magnesium-Ion Battery
QD Truong, M Kempaiah Devaraju, PD Tran, Y Gambe, K Nayuki, ...
Chemistry of Materials 29 (15), 6245-6251, 2017
Direct Observation of Antisite Defects in LiCoPO4 Cathode Materials by Annular Dark- and Bright-Field Electron Microscopy
QD Truong, MK Devaraju, T Tomai, I Honma
ACS applied materials & interfaces 5 (20), 9926-9932, 2013
Synthesis, characterization and observation of antisite defects in LiNiPO4 nanomaterials
M Kempaiah Devaraju, Q Duc Truong, H Hyodo, Y Sasaki, I Honma
Scientific reports 5 (1), 11041, 2015
Exfoliated MoS2 and MoSe2 Nanosheets by a Supercritical Fluid Process for a Hybrid Mg–Li-Ion Battery
QD Truong, M Kempaiah Devaraju, Y Nakayasu, N Tamura, Y Sasaki, ...
ACS omega 2 (5), 2360-2367, 2017
Highly ordered mesoporous carbons with high specific surface area from carbonated soft drink for supercapacitor application
S Joseph, DM Kempaiah, MR Benzigar, H Ilbeygi, G Singh, ...
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 280, 337-346, 2019
A facile and quick solvothermal synthesis of 3D microflower CeO 2 and Gd: CeO 2 under subcritical and supercritical conditions for catalytic applications
DM Kempaiah, S Yin, T Sato
CrystEngComm 13 (3), 741-746, 2011
Controlling the shape of LiCoPO4 nanocrystals by supercritical fluid process for enhanced energy storage properties
TTIH Quang Duc Truong, Murukanahally Kempaiah Devaraju
A Fast and Template Free Synthesis of Tb:Y2O3 Hollow Microspheres Via Supercritical Solvothermal Method
MK Devaraju, S Yin, T Sato
Crystal Growth and Design 9 (6), 2944-2949, 2009
Solvothermal synthesis, controlled morphology and optical properties of Y2O3: Eu3+ nanocrystals
MK Devaraju, S Yin, T Sato
Journal of crystal growth 311 (3), 580-584, 2009
Nanocrystalline MgMnSiO4 and MgCoSiO4 particles for rechargeable Mg-ion batteries
QD Truong, MK Devaraju, I Honma
Journal of Power Sources 361, 195-202, 2017
Morphology control of cerium oxide particles synthesized via a supercritical solvothermal method
MK Devaraju, S Yin, T Sato
ACS applied materials & interfaces 1 (11), 2694-2698, 2009
Disulfide-Bridged (Mo3S11) Cluster Polymer: Molecular Dynamics and Application as Electrode Material for a Rechargeable Magnesium Battery
QD Truong, M Kempaiah Devaraju, DN Nguyen, Y Gambe, K Nayuki, ...
Nano Letters 16 (9), 5829-5835, 2016
Supercritical hydrothermal synthesis of rod like Li2FeSiO4 particles for cathode application in lithium ion batteries
MK Devaraju, T Tomai, I Honma
Electrochimica Acta 109, 75-81, 2013
Novel processing of lithium manganese silicate nanomaterials for Li-ion battery applications
MK Devaraju, T Tomai, A Unemoto, I Honma
RSC Advances 3, 608-615, 2013
A rapid hydrothermal synthesis of rare earth oxide activated Y (OH) 3 and Y2O3 nanotubes
MK Devaraju, S Yin, T Sato
Nanotechnology 20 (30), 305302, 2009
Controlled synthesis of plate-like LiCoPO< sub> 4</sub> nanoparticles via supercritical method and their electrode property
MK Devaraju, D Rangappa, I Honma
Electrochimica Acta 85, 548-553, 2012
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