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S. No.AuthorsTitleJournal NameYearVolumeIssuePage No.
1 Ananth-MV, Ananthi-PHydrogen evolution characteristics of Ni-Mn microencapsulated MlNi(3.03)Si(0.85)Co(0.60)Mn(0.31)Al(0.08) alloys in 6 M KOHInt. J. Hydrogen Energy200833205779-5788
2 Raju-M, Ananth-MV, Vijayaraghavan-LInfluence of temperature on the electrochemical characteristics of MmNi(3.03)Si(0.85)Co(0.60)Mn(0.31) Al(0.08) hydrogen storage alloysJ. Power Sources20081802830-835
3 Raju-M, Ananth-MV, Vijayaraghavan-LElectrochemical properties of MmNi3.03Si0.85Co0.60Mn0.31Al0.08 hydrogen storage alloys in alkaline electrolytes—A cyclic voltammetric study at different temperaturesElectrochim. Acta20095441368-1374
4 Raju-M, Ananth-MV, Vijayaraghavan-LRapid charging characterization of MmNi(3.03)Si(0.85)Co(0.60)Mn(0.31)Al(0.08) alloy used as anodes in Ni-MH batteries Int. J. Hydrogen Energy20093483500-3505
5 Ananth-MV, Giridhar-VV, Renuga-KLinear sweep voltametry studies on oxygen reduction of some oxides in alkaline electrolytesInt. J. Hydrogen Energy2009342658-664
6 Ananth-MV, Ganesan-M, Renganathan-NG, Lakshmi-SInfluence of rare earth content on electrode kinetics in Misch metal-based AB5 MH alloys – Cyclic voltammetric investigationsInt. J. Hydrogen Energy2009341356-362
7 Raju-M, Ananth-MV, Vijayaraghavan-LInfluence of electroless coatings of Cu, Ni-P and Co-P on MmNi(3.25)Al(0.35)Mn(0.25)Co(0.66) alloy used as anodes in Ni-MH batteries J. Alloys Compd.20094751-2664-671
8 Balasubramanian-A, Karthikeyan-N, Giridhar-VVSynthesis and characterization of LaNiO3-based platinum catalyst for methanol oxidationJ. Power Sources20081852670-675
9 Ananth-MV, Giridhar-VV, Renuga-KLinear sweep voltametry studies on oxygen reduction of some oxides in alkaline electrolytesInt. J. Hydrogen Energy2009342658-664
10 Karthikeyan-N, Giridhar-VV, Vasudevan-DSurfactant effects on methanol oxidation at Pt-Ru/C coated glassy carbon electrode J. Solid State Electrochem.2010145877-881
11 Raghu-S, Lee-CW, Chellammal-S, Palanichamy-S, Ahmed Basha-CEvaluation of electrochemical oxidation techniques for degradation of dye effluents-A comparative approach J. Hazard. Mater.20091711-3748-754
12 Kalaiselvi-P, Chellammal-S, Palanichamy-S, Subramanian-GArtemisia pallens as corrosion inhibitor for mild steel in HCl medium Mater. Chem. Phys.20101202-3643-648
13 Kalpana-D, Karthikeyan-K, Renganathan-NG, Lee-YSCamphoric carbon nanobeads - A new electrode material for supercapacitorsElectrochem. Commun.2008107977-979
14 Kumar-PR, Kalpana-D, Renganathan-NG, Pitchumani-SPotentiodynamic deposition of poly (o-anisidine-co-metanilic acid) on mild steel and its application as corrosion inhibitorElectrochim. Acta2008542442-447
15 Ganesh-B, Kalpana-D, Renganathan-NGAcrylamide based proton conducting polymer gel electrolyte for electric double layer capacitors Ionics2008144339-343
16 Karthikeyan-K, Kalpana-D, Renganathan-NGSynthesis and characterization of ZnCo2O4 nanomaterial for symmetric supercapacitor applications Ionics2009151107-110
17 Kalpana-D, Lee-YS, Sato-YNew, low-cost, high-power poly(o-anisidine-co-metanilic acid)/activated carbon electrode for electrochemical supercapacitorsJ. Power Sources20091902592-595
18 Kalpana-D, Cho-SH, Lee-SB, Lee-YS, Rohit Misra, Renganathan-NGRecycled waste paper—A new source of raw material for electric double-layer capacitorsJ. Power Sources20091902587-591
19 Jisha-MR, Hwang-YJ, Shin-JS, Nahm-KS, Prem Kumar-T, Karthikeyan-K, Dhanikaivelu-N, Kalpana-D, Renganathan-NG, Manuel Stephan-AElectrochemical characterization of supercapacitors based on carbons derived from coffee shellsMater. Chem. Phys.2009115133-39
20 Selvarani-G, Sahu-AK, Kiruthika-GVM, Sridhar-P, Pitchumani-S, Shukla-AKPEFC Electrode with Enhanced Three-Phase Contact and Built-In Supercapacitive Behavior J. Electrochem. Soc.20091561B118-B125