Ritu Gupta
Ritu Gupta
Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur, India
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Visibly Transparent Heaters
R Gupta, KDM Rao, S Kiruthika, GU Kulkarni
ACS Applied Materials Interfaces, 2016
Scalability and stability of very thin, roll-to-roll processed, large area, indium-tin-oxide free polymer solar cell modules
D Angmo, SA Gevorgyan, TT Larsen-Olsen, RR S°ndergaard, M H÷sel, ...
Organic Electronics 14 (3), 984-994, 2013
Spray Coating of Crack Templates for the Fabrication of Transparent Conductors and Heaters on Flat and Curved Surfaces
R Gupta, KDM Rao, K Srivastava, A Kumar, S Kiruthika, GU Kulkarni
ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, 2014
Fabrication of large area, high performance transparent conducting electrodes using spontaneously formed crackle network as template
KDM Rao, R Gupta, GU Kulkarni
Advanced Materials Interfaces, 2014
Large area solution processed transparent conducting electrode based on highly interconnected Cu wire network
S Kiruthika, R Gupta, KDM Rao, S Chakraborty, N Padmavathy, ...
Journal of Materials Chemistry C 2, 2089, 2014
Solution processed large area fabrication of Ag patterns as electrodes for flexible heaters, electrochromics and organic solar cells
R Gupta, S Walia, M H÷sel, J Jensen, D Angmo, FC Krebs, GU Kulkarni
J. Mater. Chem. A, 2014
Towards low cost materials and methods for transparent electrodes
GU Kulkarni, S Kiruthika, R Gupta, KDM Rao
Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering 8, 60-68, 2015
Large area defrosting windows based on electrothermal heating of highly conducting and transmitting Ag wire mesh
S Kiruthika, R Gupta, GU Kulkarni
RSC Advances 4, 49745, 2014
A Simple Water‐Based Synthesis of Au Nanoparticle/PDMS Composites for Water Purification and Targeted Drug Release
A Scott, R Gupta, GU Kulkarni
Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics 211 (15), 1640-1647, 2010
Cracked polymer templated metal network as transparent conducting electrode for ITO-free organic solar cells
KDM Rao, C Hunger, R Gupta, GU Kulkarni, M Thelakkat
Phys. Chem.Chem. Phys. 16 (DOI: 10.1039/C4CP02250E), 15107, 2014
Metal wire network based transparent conducting electrodes fabricated using interconnected crackled layer as template
S Kiruthika, KDM Rao, A Kumar, R Gupta, GU Kulkarni
Material Research Express, 2014
Outdoor operational stability of indium-free flexible polymer solar modules over 1 year studied in India, Holland and Denmark
D Angmo, P Sommeling, R Gupta, M H÷sel, SA Gevorgyan, JM Kroon, ...
Adv. Engg. Mater., 2014
Removal of organic compounds from water by using a gold nanoparticle–poly (dimethylsiloxane) nanocomposite foam
R Gupta, GU Kulkarni
ChemSusChem 4 (6), 737-743, 2011
Heterostructured HfO2/TiO2 spherical nanoparticles for visible photocatalytic water remediation
D Laishram, KP Shejale, R Gupta, RK Sharma
Materials Letters 231, 225-228, 2018
A low cost optical hydrogen sensing device using nanocrystalline Pd grating
R Gupta, AA Sagade, GU Kulkarni
international journal of hydrogen energy 37 (11), 9443-9449, 2012
Metal Wire Networks functionalized with Ni Alkanethiolate for Transparent and Enzymeless Glucose Sensors
AB Urgunde, AR Kumar, KP Shejale, RK Sharma, R Gupta
ACS Applied Nanomaterials, 10.1021/acsanm.8b01115, 2018
Fabrication of Oxidation Resistant Metal Wire Network Based Transparent Electrodes by a Spray-Roll Coating Process
S Kiruthika, R Gupta, A Anand, A Kumar, GU Kulkarni
ACS Appl Mater Interfaces, 2015
Worldwide outdoor round robin study of organic photovoltaic devices and modules
MV Madsen, SA Gevorgyan, R Pacios, J Ajuria, I Etxebarria, J Kettle, ...
Solar energy materials and solar cells 130, 281-290, 2014
Holistic method for evaluating large area transparent conducting electrodes
R Gupta, GU Kulkarni
ACS applied materials & interfaces 5 (3), 730-736, 2013
Transparent Pd Wire Network based Areal Hydrogen Sensor with Inherent Joule Heater
S Walia, R Gupta, KDM Rao, GU Kulkarni
ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces, DOI: 10.1021/acsami.6b08275, 2016
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