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Department :  Physics

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Name:R Thangaraj
Areas of Interest / SpecializationThin films, semiconductors, phase change materials.
Best Ten Publications:1) S. Kumar, D. Singh, R. Thangaraj; Structural, Electrical and Optical Study of Thermally Evaporated Ge8Sb2Te11 Thin Films, Thin Solid Films 531 (2013) 577-582. 2) S. Kumar, D. Singh, R. Thangaraj; Electronic structure and optical band gap of silver photo-diffused Ge2Sb2Te5 thin film, Applied Surface Science 273 (2013) 437-443. 3) P. Kumar, R. Thangaraj; Study of Crystallization Kinetics and Structural Relaxation Behavior in Phase Separated Ag33Ge17Se50 Glassy Alloys, Materials Chemistry and Physics 135 (2012) 68-72. 4) Praveen Kumar, R. Thangaraj, T.S. Sathiaraj; Electrical and optical study of phase transitions in thermally evaporated GeTe films, Physica Status Solidi A, 208, 4 (2011) 838-842. 5) Praveen Kumar, T.S. Sathiaraj, R. Thangaraj; Optical properties of amorphous Sb2Se3:Sn films, Phil.Mag. Lett. 90, 3 (2010) 183-192. 6) Muneer Ahmad, R. Thangaraj, T.S. Sathiaraj; Heterogeneous crystallization and composition dependence of optical parameters in Sn-Sb-Bi-Se chalcogenides, J. Mater. Sc. 45(2010) 1231-1236. 7) M. Ahmad, J. Kumar, R. Thangaraj; Electrical and optical properties of Sn10Sb20 xBixSe70 (0 < x < 8) glassy films, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 355 (2009) 2345-2348. 8) Praveen Kumar, R. Thangaraj; Effect of phase separation on the kinetics of photocurrent relaxation in Sn-Sb-Se glassy films, J. Physics: Condensed Matter 21 (2009) 375102-375107. 9) K.S. Bindra, N. Suri, P. Kumar, R.Thangaraj; Effect of Ag addition on the photo-conductivity of amorphous Se-Sb thin films, Sol. Stat. Commun. 144 (2007) 83-87. 10) M.S. Kamboj, G.Kaur, R.Thangaraj, D K Awasthi; Effect of heavy ion irradiation on the electrical and optical properties of amorphous chalcogenide thin films, J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys 35 (2002) 477-479.
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