Prof. DR. PARASHARAM MARUTI SHIRAGE

Verified email at iiti.ac.in

Associate Professor, Metallurgy Engineering and Materials Science
Indian Institute of Technology Indore



                                   

https://researchid.co/pmshirage

EDUCATION

MSc PhD Shivaji University Kolhapur

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Nano-Energy Materials, Condensed Matter Physics, Solar Cells, Supercapacitors, Batteries, Piezoelectric

217

Scopus Publications

5242

Scholar Citations

41

Scholar h-index

123

Scholar i10-index

Scopus Publications

  • Properties, performance and multidimensional applications of stable lead-free Cs<inf>2</inf>AgBiBr<inf>6</inf> double perovskite
    Subhash Chand Yadav, Abhishek Srivastava, Vishesh Manjunath, Archana Kanwade, Rupesh S. Devan, and Parasharam M. Shirage

    Materials Today Physics, eISSN: 25425293, Published: September 2022 Elsevier BV

  • Insights and perspectives on graphene-PVDF based nanocomposite materials for harvesting mechanical energy
    Manojit Pusty and Parasharam M. Shirage

    Journal of Alloys and Compounds, ISSN: 09258388, Volume: 904, Published: 25 May 2022 Elsevier BV

  • Role of different counter electrodes on performance of TiO<inf>2</inf> based dye-sensitized solar cell (DSSC) fabricated with dye extracted from Hibiscus Sabdariffa as sensitizer
    Subhash Chand Yadav, Alfa Sharma, Rupesh S. Devan, and Parasharam M. Shirage

    Optical Materials, ISSN: 09253467, Volume: 124, Published: February 2022 Elsevier BV

  • Stable lead-free Cs<inf>4</inf>CuSb<inf>2</inf>Cl<inf>12</inf> layered double perovskite solar cells yielding theoretical efficiency close to 30%
    Subhash C. Yadav, Vishesh Manjunath, Abhishek Srivastava, Rupesh S. Devan, and Parasharam M. Shirage

    Optical Materials, ISSN: 09253467, Published: 2022 Elsevier BV

  • Phosphate-based cathode materials to boost the electrochemical performance of sodium-ion batteries
    Archana Kanwade, Sheetal Gupta, Akash Kankane, Abhishek Srivastava, Subhash Chand Yadav, and Parasharam M. Shirage

    Sustainable Energy and Fuels, eISSN: 23984902, Published: 2022 Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
    Emerging sodium ion battery technology is superior with highly thermal and structurally stable, having high redox potential polyanionic compounds-based cathode materials among transition metal oxides, Prussian blue analogues and organic compounds.

  • A brief review of Bi<inf>2</inf>Se<inf>3</inf> based topological insulator: From fundamentals to applications
    Kushal Mazumder and Parasharam M. Shirage

    Journal of Alloys and Compounds, ISSN: 09258388, Volume: 888, Published: 25 December 2021 Elsevier BV

  • Cationic ruthenium(II)-NHC pincer complexes with hemilabile COD: Solid-state structural characterization and theoretical study of an η<sup>2</sup>-(E,Z)-COD ligand
    Dibya Yadav, Rahul Kumar Singh, Suryabhan Singh, Parasharam M. Shirage, and Amrendra K. Singh

    Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, ISSN: 0022328X, Volume: 953, Published: 15 November 2021 Elsevier BV

  • Layered Na<inf>x</inf>CoO<inf>2</inf>-based cathodes for advanced Na-ion batteries: review on challenges and advancements
    Venkata Rami Reddy Boddu, Dhanya Puthusseri, Parasharam M. Shirage, Pradeep Mathur, and Vilas G. Pol

    Ionics, ISSN: 09477047, eISSN: 18620760, Pages: 4549-4572, Published: November 2021 Springer Science and Business Media LLC
    Global interest in the development of sodium-ion batteries (SIBs) continues, largely due to the advantage of the affordable cost of sodium resources (compared to lithium), which could produce cost-effective rechargeable batteries for large-scale applications. However, the discovery of reliable cathodes, tailored amorphous carbon anodes, and compatible electrolytes is required to yield safer, longer lasting SIBs with wide operating temperature. Among various cathodes systems, layered oxide cathodes are of great interest due to 230–245 mAhg−1 theoretical capacity with facile structure forming ability. Among the various phases of NaxCoO2 cathode, the P2 is the most favored, because of low polarization with enhanced structural stability and high theoretical capacity of 183 mAhg−1 for the empirical formula of Na0.74CoO2. Charge/discharge profiles of these systems exhibit plateaus, continuous changes in voltage and voltage drop, which impacts the electrochemical performance. This review discusses recent advancement in NaxCoO2 cathode in terms of the effect of particle morphology, size, crystal structure, electronic structure, cation and anion doping, sacrificial salt, Na deficiency, effect of electrolyte salts and solvents, and thermal safety. We present a comprehensive analysis of the recent developments in NaxCoO2 and its derivative cathode materials and propose various approaches to mitigate the challenges for the near future successful commercialization of SIBs.

  • Perovskite-Based Facile NiO/CH<inf>3</inf>NH<inf>3</inf>PbI<inf>3</inf>Heterojunction Self-Powered Broadband Photodetector
    Vishesh Manjunath, Prashant Kumar Mishra, Rachit Dobhal, Santosh Bimli, Parasharam M. Shirage, Somaditya Sen, Parvez A. Shaikh, and Rupesh S. Devan

    ACS Applied Electronic Materials, eISSN: 26376113, Pages: 4548-4557, Published: 26 October 2021 American Chemical Society (ACS)

  • Near edge absorption studies of pure and impure NbSe <inf>2</inf> ; theory and experiment
    Soumyadeep Ghosh, Rukshana Pervin, Haranath Ghosh, M. K. Tiwari, and Parasharam M. Shirage

    Journal of Materials Science, ISSN: 00222461, eISSN: 15734803, Pages: 17062-17079, Published: October 2021 Springer Science and Business Media LLC

  • Synthesis, characterization and application of intracellular Ag/AgCl nanohybrids biosynthesized in Scenedesmus sp. as neutral lipid inducer and antibacterial agent
    Mrinal Kashyap, Kanchan Samadhiya, Atreyee Ghosh, V. Anand, Hyunju Lee, Naomi Sawamoto, A. Ogura, Y. Ohshita, P. Shirage and K. Bala

    Environmental Research, ISSN: 00139351, eISSN: 10960953, Volume: 201, Published: October 2021
    The current research focuses on the Intracellular biosynthesis of Ag/AgCl nanohybrids in microalgae, Scenedesmus sp. The effect of biosynthesis process on growth and lipid profile of cells is key element of this study. Ag/AgCl nanohybrids synthesized intracellularly were characterized by UV-Vis spectrophotometer, Powder X-Ray Diffraction (P-XRD), Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy (HRTEM). 10-20 nm and 10-50 nm sized spherical shaped nanoparticles of polycrystalline nature were grown using 0.5 and 1 mM of AgNO3 precursor, respectively and Scenedesmus sp. as reducing agent. Total lipid content of the cells treated with 0.5 mM and 1 mM AgNO3 was static and found to be 43.2 ± 0.01 μg/mL and 48.2 ± 0.02 μg/mL respectively at 120 h of Ag/AgCl nanoparticles biosynthesis. FAME (Fatty Acid Methyl Ester) profile was improved due to intracellular nanoparticles biosynthesis with maximum C16:0 (palmitic acid) (35.7%) in cells treated with 0.5 mM AgNO3 used for Ag/AgCl nanohybrids synthesis. Palmitic acid in cells exposed to 0.5 mM concentration of metallic precursor increased by 75.86%. Synthesized nanoparticles were tested on four bacterial strains to establish its antibacterial efficiency showing appropriate zone of inhibition at varying concentrations. Present study efficiently demonstrates the utility of microalgae integrating nanoparticles biosynthesis and lipid accumulation.

  • Atomic order-disorder engineering in the La<inf>2</inf>Zr<inf>2</inf>O<inf>7</inf> pyrochlore under low energy ion irradiation
    Asha Panghal, Yogendra Kumar, P.K. Kulriya, Parasharam M. Shirage, and N.L. Singh

    Ceramics International, ISSN: 02728842, Pages: 20248-20259, Published: 15 July 2021 Elsevier BV
    Abstract Cation and anion disordering affect the structural and electronic properties of the isometric A2B2O7 pyrochlore materials. Here, we report a study on the structural response of La2Zr2O7 at two temperatures (300 K and ∼ 88 K) as a function of ion fluence (1x1013, 5x1013, and 1x1014 ions/cm2). The effect of ion fluence and irradiation temperature on the structural properties have been investigated using the grazing angle x-ray diffraction, Raman spectroscopy, and high-resolution transmission electron microscopy. GIXRD results confirmed that the weakening/broadening of the diffraction peaks and lattice volume expansion increases monotonically as a function of ion fluence at both the temperatures and are more pronounced at ∼ 88 K. The cation and anion disordering appear to be ion fluence and irradiation temperature-dependent. Raman spectroscopy shows that the atomic disordering is more pronounced with enhanced ion fluence and revealed the involvement of the X48f parameter in the enhancement of disordering in the system. The HRTEM analysis revealed that deterioration in the atomic ordering (amorphization) is significantly more pronounced at ∼88 K. The qualitative analysis of cation/anion disordering and structural deformation revealed that irradiation parameters play a crucial role in developing and altering the properties of the pyrochlore materials for the technological applications.

  • Discharge State of Layered P2-Type Cathode Reveals Unsafe than Charge Condition in Thermal Runaway Event for Sodium-Ion Batteries
    Manikandan Palanisamy, Venkata Rami Reddy Boddu, Parasharam M. Shirage, and Vilas G. Pol

    ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, ISSN: 19448244, eISSN: 19448252, Pages: 31594-31604, Published: 14 July 2021 American Chemical Society (ACS)
    A sol-gel process followed by heat treatment derived a layered P2-type NaCoO2 cathode, which depicted unit cell parameters values of a = 2.8389 Å, c = 10.9899 Å, and V = 76.71 Å3 in powder X-ray diffraction pattern. The synthesized cathode exhibited hexagonal, 2D platelets with an ∼300 nm thickness. During the anodic and cathodic sweeps, the cyclic voltammograms revealed multiple redox peaks with the same current densities, shapes, and peak positions, associated with the highly reversible phase transition mechanism of the layered P2-type NaCoO2 cathode. The sodium cells yielded the capacities of 93/92 mAh g-1 at 0.5 C and 87/87 mAh g-1 at 1 C for the 50th charge-discharge cycles. The in situ multimode calorimetry (MMC) studies of sodium cells demonstrated a thermal explosion event, which occurred by sodium melting, short-circuit, electrode decomposition reaction, gas generation, exothermic reaction, released heat energy ,and cell gasket melting. Ultimately, the calculated released total heat energies of ∼550/740 J g-1 for in situ MMC studies and ∼312/594 J g-1 for ex situ DSC analyses (charge state at 4 V and discharge state at 2 V) show that the discharged state of sodiated layered P2-type NaCoO2 cathode material is more unsafe than the charge state. Furthermore, the ex situ differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) spectrum of a discharge state at 2 V of layered P2-type NaCoO2 revealed a decreased onset temperature (DOT) at 141 °C with two pronounced exothermic peaks at 197 and 266 °C with a released higher total heat energy of 594 J g-1 than the charge state heat energy at 312 J g-1, attributed to the higher charge onset temperature (COT) at 191 °C. Thus, the observed higher heat energy and decreased onset temperature for the discharge state at 2 V is associated with the higher Na+ ion in the discharge state of the layered P2-type NaxCoO2 cathode than that of the pristine cathode, showcasing that the layered P2-type NaCoO2 cathode is unsafe at the discharged condition for sodium-ion batteries.

  • Hysteresis abated P2-type NaCoO<inf>2</inf>cathode reveals highly reversible multiple phase transitions for high-rate sodium-ion batteries
    Venkata Rami Reddy Boddu, Manikandan Palanisamy, Lichchhavi Sinha, Subhash Chand Yadav, Vilas G. Pol, and Parasharam M. Shirage

    Sustainable Energy and Fuels, eISSN: 23984902, Pages: 3219-3228, Published: 21 June 2021 Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
    The optimized synthesis parameters of a P2-type NaCoO2 cathode were determined to be 750 °C and 28 h, achieving a well-ordered structure with highly reversible multiple phase transitions for high-rate sodium-ion batteries.

  • Structural assessment and irradiation response of La<inf>2</inf>Zr<inf>2</inf>O<inf>7</inf> pyrochlore: Impact of irradiation temperature and ion fluence
    Asha Panghal, Yogendra Kumar, P.K. Kulriya, Parasharam M. Shirage, and N.L. Singh

    Journal of Alloys and Compounds, ISSN: 09258388, Volume: 862, Published: 5 May 2021 Elsevier BV

  • Electrodeposited nanostructured flakes of cobalt, manganese and nickel-based sulfide (CoMnNiS) for electrocatalytic alkaline oxygen evolution reaction (OER)
    Mahesh Verma, Lichchhavi Sinha, and Parasharam M. Shirage

    Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, ISSN: 09574522, eISSN: 1573482X, Pages: 12292-12307, Published: May 2021 Springer Science and Business Media LLC
    The nanostructured flakes of cobalt, manganese, nickel-based sulfide (CoMnNiS) were synthesized by facile electrodeposition technique on Ni foam, for electrocatalytic water splitting. Growth of interconnected flake-like, surface morphology of CoMnNiS was evaluated from field emission scanning electron microscopy (FE-SEM), and its formation has been corelated to metal ion denudated layer (MIDL) theory. Electrocatalytic activities, oxygen/hydrogen evolution were tested in 1 M KOH electrolyte. Oxygen evolution reaction (OER) results revealed a Tafel slope of 48 mV/dec, and overpotential of 371 mV@10 mA/cm2 with an exchange current density of 0.33 mA/cm2 (from geometrical surface area). On the contrary, hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) activity exhibited a Tafel slope of 101 mV/dec, and overpotential of − 226 mV@10 mA/cm2 with an exchange current density of 0.13 mA/cm2. Stability of CoMnNiS electrocatalyst was tested for 21 h. duration, which demonstrates an efficiency of 48 and 56% for OER and HER process, respectively. These electrocatalytic results are attributed to the presence of electrochemical species (multiple oxidation states of Co, Mn, i.e., Co+3/Co+2, and Mn+2/Mn+3/Mn+4) on the sample surface, as evidenced from X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS). Thus, the electrodeposited CoMnNiS nanostructure proves to be an effective electrocatalyst in alkaline reaction for OER due to its ease of synthesis, performance, and stability.

  • Transformation of Battery to High Performance Pseudocapacitor by the Hybridization of W<inf>18</inf>O<inf>49</inf>with RuO<inf>2</inf>Nanostructures
    Lichchhavi, Hyunju Lee, Yoshio Ohshita, Amrendra K. Singh, and Parasharam M. Shirage

    Langmuir, ISSN: 07437463, eISSN: 15205827, Pages: 1141-1151, Published: 26 January 2021 American Chemical Society (ACS)
    Defects such as oxygen vacancy in the nanostructures have paramount importance in tuning the optical and electronic properties of a metal oxide. Here we report the growth of oxygen deficit tungsten oxide (W18O49) nanorods modified with ruthenium oxide (RuO2) using a simple and economical hydrothermal approach for energy storage application. In this work, a novel approach of hybridizing the W18O49 nanostructure with RuO2 to control the electrochemical performance for energy storage applications has been proposed. The result displays that the hybridization of the nanostructures plays an important role in yielding high specific capacitance of the electrode material. Due to the augmentation of W18O49 and RuO2 nanostructures, the galvanostatic charging and discharging (GCD) mechanism exhibited the transformation from the battery type characteristics of W18O49 into the typical pseudocapacitor feature of hybrid architect nanostructure due to defect creations. The electrochemical measurement of hybrid nanomaterial shows the doubling of specific capacitance to 1126 F/g and 1050 F/g in cyclic voltammetry (CV) and GCD, respectively, in comparison with W18O49 and RuO2 and earlier reports. The enhancement in the stability performance up to 3000 cycles of hybrid is indebted to the stable nature of W18O49 and the high conductivity of RuO2.

  • Hierarchically interconnected ZnO nanowires for low-temperature-operated reducing gas sensors: Experimental and DFT studies
    Parameshwar R. Chikate, Alfa Sharma, Sachin R. Rondiya, Russell W. Cross, Nelson Y. Dzade, Parasharam M. Shirage, and Rupesh S. Devan

    New Journal of Chemistry, ISSN: 11440546, eISSN: 13699261, Pages: 1404-1414, Published: 21 January 2021 Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
    The larger surface area and increased point contacts of hierarchically arranged ZnO nanowires (upper panel) offered more potential barriers for the gas molecule exhibiting binding strength CO &lt; C2H5OH &lt; NH3 (lower panel) and provided excellent gas-sensing performance at 100 °C for NH3 gas.

  • Engineering the opticaland magnetic properties of Zn doped CoFe<inf>2</inf>O<inf>4</inf>nanoparticles
    Yogendra Kumar, Alfa Sharma, Kushal Mazumder, and Parasharam M. Shirage

    AIP Conference Proceedings, ISSN: 0094243X, eISSN: 15517616, Volume: 2265, Published: 5 November 2020 AIP Publishing

  • Disordering Induced Second Magnetization Peak Effect and the Vortex Pinning Mechanism in V<inf>0.0007</inf>NbSe<inf>2</inf> Single Crystal
    Rukshana Pervin, Manikandan Krishnan, Sonachalam Arumugam, and Parasharam M. Shirage

    Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism, ISSN: 15571939, eISSN: 15571947, Pages: 2679-2689, Published: 1 September 2020 Springer Science and Business Media LLC

  • Mesoporous perovskite of interlocked nickel titanate nanoparticles for efficient electrochemical supercapacitor electrode
    Narasimharao Kitchamsetti, Yuan-Ron Ma, Parasharam M. Shirage, and Rupesh S. Devan

    Journal of Alloys and Compounds, ISSN: 09258388, Volume: 833, Published: 25 August 2020 Elsevier BV

  • Second magnetization peak effect and the vortex phase diagram of V<inf>0.0015</inf>NbSe<inf>2</inf> single crystal
    Rukshana Pervin, Manikandan Krishnan, Sonachalam Arumugam, and Parasharam M. Shirage

    Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, ISSN: 03048853, Volume: 507, Published: 1 August 2020 Elsevier BV

  • Defect Mediated W<inf>18</inf>O<inf>49</inf> Nanorods Bundle for Nonenzymatic Amperometric Glucose Sensing Application
    Lichchhavi Sinha, Hyunju Lee, Yoshio Ohshita, and Parasharam M. Shirage

    ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering, eISSN: 23739878, Pages: 1909-1919, Published: 13 April 2020 American Chemical Society (ACS)

  • Influence of pressure on the transport, magnetic, and structural properties of superconducting Cr<inf>0.0009</inf>NbSe<inf>2</inf> single crystal
    K. Manikandan, Rukshana Pervin, C. Saravanan, M. Sathiskumar, Nirman Chakraborty, Parasharam M. Shirage, Swastik Mondal, Velaga Srihari, Himanshu Kumar Poswal, and S. Arumugam

    RSC Advances, eISSN: 20462069, Pages: 13112-13125, Published: 1 April 2020 Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
    We investigate the superconducting and vortex dynamics properties on Cr intercalated NbSe2 single crystal by the application of external pressure.

  • Gold nanoparticle-cellulose/PDMS nanocomposite: A flexible dielectric material for harvesting mechanical energy
    Manojit Pusty and Parasharam M. Shirage

    RSC Advances, eISSN: 20462069, Pages: 10097-10112, Published: 10 March 2020 Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
    A gold nanoparticle–cellulose/PDMS based piezoelectric nanogenerator (PNG) is reported in this work. The PNG delivers an efficiency of 1.8%. It can light LEDs and sense finger touch.

RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Phosphate-based cathode materials to boost the electrochemical performance of sodium-ion batteries
    A Kanwade, S Gupta, A Kankane, A Srivastava, SC Yadav, PM Shirage
    Royal Society of Chemistry 2022

  • Stable lead-free Cs4CuSb2Cl12 layered double perovskite solar cells yielding theoretical efficiency close to 30%
    SC Yadav, V Manjunath, A Srivastava, RS Devan, PM Shirage
    Optical Materials, 112676 2022

  • Properties, Performance and Multidimensional Applications of Stable Lead-Free Cs2AgBiBr6 Double Perovskite
    SC Yadav, A Srivastava, V Manjunath, A Kanwade, RS Devan, ...
    Materials Today Physics, 100731 2022

  • Insights and perspectives on graphene-PVDF based nanocomposite materials for harvesting mechanical energy
    M Pusty, PM Shirage
    Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 164060 2022

  • Role of different counter electrodes on performance of TiO2 based dye-sensitized solar cell (DSSC) fabricated with dye extracted from Hibiscus Sabdariffa as sensitizer
    SC Yadav, A Sharma, RS Devan, PM Shirage
    Optical Materials 124, 112066 2022

  • Phosphate-based Cathode Materials to boost the electrochemical performance of Sodium-ion Battery
    S Gupta, A Kankane, A Srivastava, SC Yadav, PM Shirage
    Sustainable Energy & Fuels 2022

  • A brief review of Bi2Se3 based topological insulator: From fundamentals to applications
    K Mazumder, PM Shirage
    Journal of Alloys and Compounds 888, 161492 2021

  • Cationic ruthenium (II)-NHC pincer complexes with hemilabile COD: Solid-state structural characterization and theoretical study of an η2-(E, Z)-COD ligand
    D Yadav, RK Singh, S Singh, PM Shirage, AK Singh
    Journal of Organometallic Chemistry 953, 122061 2021

  • Layered NaxCoO2-based cathodes for advanced Na-ion batteries: review on challenges and advancements
    VRR Boddu, D Puthusseri, PM Shirage, P Mathur, VG Pol
    Ionics 27 (11), 4549-4572 2021

  • Perovskite-Based Facile NiO/CH3NH3PbI3 Heterojunction Self-Powered Broadband Photodetector
    V Manjunath, PK Mishra, R Dobhal, S Bimli, PM Shirage, S Sen, ...
    ACS Applied Electronic Materials 3 (10), 4548-4557 2021

  • Near edge absorption studies of pure and impure NbSe 2 ; theory and experiment
    S Ghosh, R Pervin, H Ghosh, MK Tiwari, PM Shirage
    Journal of Materials Science 56 (30), 17062-17079 2021

  • Synthesis, characterization and application of intracellular Ag/AgCl nanohybrids biosynthesized in Scenedesmus sp. as neutral lipid inducer and antibacterial agent
    M Kashyap, K Samadhiya, A Ghosh, V Anand, H Lee, N Sawamoto, ...
    Environmental Research 201, 111499 2021

  • Nano-electrodes for ultrafast DNA/protein sequencing: Ab-initio quantum transport studies
    RL Kumawat
    Department of Metallurgy Engineering and Materials Science, IIT Indore 2021

  • Atomic order-disorder engineering in the La2Zr2O7 pyrochlore under low energy ion irradiation
    A Panghal, Y Kumar, PK Kulriya, PM Shirage, NL Singh
    Ceramics International 47 (14), 20248-20259 2021

  • Discharge state of layered P2-type cathode reveals unsafe than charge condition in thermal runaway event for sodium-ion batteries
    M Palanisamy, VR Reddy Boddu, PM Shirage, VG Pol
    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 13 (27), 31594-31604 2021

  • Structural assessment and irradiation response of La2Zr2O7 pyrochlore: impact of irradiation temperature and ion fluence
    A Panghal, Y Kumar, PK Kulriya, PM Shirage, NL Singh
    Journal of Alloys and Compounds 862, 158556 2021

  • Electrodeposited nanostructured flakes of cobalt, manganese and nickel-based sulfide (CoMnNiS) for electrocatalytic alkaline oxygen evolution reaction (OER)
    M Verma, L Sinha, PM Shirage
    Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics 32 (9), 12292-12307 2021

  • DFT and experimental investigations on the photocatalytic activities of NiO nanobelts for removal of organic pollutants
    N Kitchamsetti, MS Ramteke, SR Rondiya, SR Mulani, MS Patil, ...
    Journal of Alloys and Compounds 855, 157337 2021

  • Synthesis and characterization of binary and ternary metal oxide nanostructures for gas and humidity sensing applications
    A Sharma
    Department of Metallurgy Engineering and Materials Science, IIT Indore 2021

  • Transformation of Battery to High Performance Pseudocapacitor by the Hybridization of W18O49 with RuO2 Nanostructures
    Lichchhavi, H Lee, Y Ohshita, AK Singh, PM Shirage
    Langmuir 37 (3), 1141-1151 2021

MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Possible Multiple Gap Superconductivity with Line Nodes in Heavily Hole-Doped Superconductor KFe2As2 Studied by 75As Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance and Specific Heat
    HE H. Fukazawa, Y. Yamada, K. Kondo, T. Saito, Y. Kohori, K. Kuga, Y ...
    J. Phys. Soc. Jpn. 78, 083712 2009
    Citations: 169

  • 75As-NQR/NMR Studies on Oxygen-Deficient Iron-Based Oxypnictide Superconductors LaFeAsO1-y ( y = 0, 0.25, 0.4) and NdFeAsO0.6
    AI H. Mukuda, N. Terasaki, H. Kinouchi, M. Yashima, Y. Kitaoka, S. Suzuki, S ...
    J. Phys. Soc. Jpn. 77, 093704 2008
    Citations: 157

  • Electronic structure calculation by first principles for strongly correlated electron systems
    M Imada, AIY Miyake, Takashi, P. Shirage
    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 79 (11), 112001 2010
    Citations: 147

  • Strong-coupling Spin-singlet Superconductivity with Multiple Full Gaps in Hole-doped Ba0.6K0.4Fe2As2 Probed by Fe-NMR
    AI M. Yashima, H. Nishimura, H. Mukuda, Y. Kitaoka, K. Miyazawa, P. M ...
    J. Phys. Soc. Jpn. 78 ((2009)), 103702 2009
    Citations: 139

  • 75As NMR Study of Hole-Doped Superconductor Ba1-xKxFe2As2 (Tc≃38 K)
    AI H. Fukazawa, T. Yamazaki, K. Kondo, Y. Kohori, N. Takeshita, PM Shirage ...
    J. Phys. Soc. Jpn. 78, 033704 2009
    Citations: 137

  • Temperature-and magnetic-field-induced magnetization reversal in perovskite YFe 0.5 Cr 0.5 O 3
    J Mao, Y Sui, X Zhang, Y Su, X Wang, Z Liu, P. Shirage, Y Wang, R Zhu, ...
    Applied Physics Letters 98 (19), 192510 2011
    Citations: 133

  • Inverse iron isotope effect on the transition temperature of the (Ba, K) Fe 2 As 2 superconductor
    PM Shirage, K Kihou, K Miyazawa, CH Lee, H Kito, H Eisaki, ...
    Physical review letters 103 (25), 257003 2009
    Citations: 116

  • Superconductivity above 50 K in LnFeAsO1-y (Ln = Nd, Sm, Gd, Tb, and Dy) Synthesized by High-Pressure Technique
    K Miyazawa, K Kihou, P M. Shirage, CH Lee, H Kito, H Eisaki, A Iyo
    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 78 (3), 034712 2009
    Citations: 114

  • Quadrupole effects of layered iron pnictide superconductor Ba (Fe0. 9Co0. 1) 2As2
    T Goto, R Kurihara, K Araki, K Mitsumoto, M Akatsu, Y Nemoto, ...
    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 80 (7), 073702 2011
    Citations: 106

  • Temperature-induced magnetization reversal in BiFe 0.5 Mn 0.5 O 3 synthesized at high pressure
    P Mandal, A Sundaresan, CNR Rao, A Iyo, PM Shirage, Y Tanaka, ...
    Physical Review B 82 (10), 100416 2010
    Citations: 102

  • Three-dimensional electronic structure of superconducting iron pnictides observed by angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy
    W Malaeb, T Yoshida, A Fujimori, M Kubota, K Ono, K Kihou, PM Shirage, ...
    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 78 (12), 123706-123706 2009
    Citations: 99

  • Relationship between crystal structure and superconductivity in iron-based superconductors
    CH Lee, K Kihou, A Iyo, H Kito, PM Shirage, H Eisaki
    Solid state communications 152 (8), 644-648 2012
    Citations: 84

  • Effect of growth temperature on the optical properties of ZnO nanostructures grown by simple hydrothermal method
    R Das, A Kumar, Y Kumar, S Sen, PM Shirage
    RSC advances 5 (74), 60365-60372 2015
    Citations: 80

  • Superconductivity at 28.3 and 17.1 K in ( and P)
    PM Shirage, K Kihou, CH Lee, H Kito, H Eisaki, A Iyo
    Applied Physics Letters 97 (17), 172506 2010
    Citations: 79

  • Spin fluctuations and unconventional superconductivity in the Fe-based oxypnictide superconductor LaFeAsO0. 7 probed by 57Fe-NMR
    N Terasaki, H Mukuda, M Yashima, Y Kitaoka, K Miyazawa, PM Shirage, ...
    Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 78 (1), 013701-013701 2009
    Citations: 78

  • Search for origin of room temperature ferromagnetism properties in Ni-doped ZnO nanostructure
    AK Rana, Y Kumar, P Rajput, SN Jha, D Bhattacharyya, PM Shirage
    ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 9 (8), 7691-7700 2017
    Citations: 77

  • Superconductivity at 26 K in (Ca1-xNax) Fe2As2
    PM Shirage, K Miyazawa, H Kito, H Eisaki, A Iyo
    Applied Physics Express 1 (8), 081702 2008
    Citations: 77

  • A flexible self-poled piezoelectric nanogenerator based on a rGO–Ag/PVDF nanocomposite
    M Pusty, L Sinha, PM Shirage
    New Journal of Chemistry 43 (1), 284-294 2019
    Citations: 68

  • Fermi surfaces and quasi-particle band dispersions of the iron pnictides superconductor KFe2As2 observed by angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy
    T Yoshida, I Nishi, A Fujimori, M Yi, RG Moore, DH Lu, ZX Shen, K Kihou, ...
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