Mahendra K Sunkara
Mahendra K Sunkara
Professor of Chemical Engineering, University of Louisville
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Core–shell MoO3–MoS2 Nanowires for Hydrogen Evolution: A Functional Design for Electrocatalytic Materials
Z Chen, D Cummins, BN Reinecke, E Clark, MK Sunkara, TF Jaramillo
Nano letters 11 (10), 4168-4175, 2011
9662011
Accelerating materials development for photoelectrochemical hydrogen production: Standards for methods, definitions, and reporting protocols
Z Chen, TF Jaramillo, TG Deutsch, A Kleiman-Shwarsctein, AJ Forman, ...
Journal of Materials Research 25 (1), 3, 2010
9232010
Band‐Edge Engineered Hybrid Structures for Dye‐Sensitized Solar Cells Based on SnO2 Nanowires
S Gubbala, V Chakrapani, V Kumar, MK Sunkara
Advanced Functional Materials 18 (16), 2411-2418, 2008
4642008
Hybrid tin oxide nanowires as stable and high capacity anodes for Li-ion batteries
P Meduri, C Pendyala, V Kumar, GU Sumanasekera, MK Sunkara
Nano letters 9 (2), 612-616, 2009
3872009
Bulk synthesis of silicon nanowires using a low-temperature vapor–liquid–solid method
MK Sunkara, S Sharma, R Miranda, G Lian, EC Dickey
Applied Physics Letters 79 (10), 1546-1548, 2001
3502001
Plasma catalysis: synergistic effects at the nanoscale
EC Neyts, K Ostrikov, MK Sunkara, A Bogaerts
Chemical reviews 115 (24), 13408-13446, 2015
3122015
Diamond nucleation by hydrogenation of the edges of graphitic precursors
WRL Lambrecht, CH Lee, B Segall, JC Angus, Z Li, M Sunkara
Nature 364 (6438), 607-610, 1993
2801993
Direct synthesis of gallium oxide tubes, nanowires, and nanopaintbrushes
S Sharma, MK Sunkara
Journal of the American Chemical Society 124 (41), 12288-12293, 2002
2492002
MoO3–x Nanowire Arrays As Stable and High-Capacity Anodes for Lithium Ion Batteries
P Meduri, E Clark, JH Kim, E Dayalan, GU Sumanasekera, MK Sunkara
Nano letters 12 (4), 1784-1788, 2012
2442012
WO3 and W2N nanowire arrays for photoelectrochemical hydrogen production
V Chakrapani, J Thangala, MK Sunkara
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 34 (22), 9050-9059, 2009
2262009
Spontaneous Growth of Superstructure α‐Fe2O3 Nanowire and Nanobelt Arrays in Reactive Oxygen Plasma
U Cvelbar, Z Chen, MK Sunkara, M Mozetič
Small 4 (10), 1610-1614, 2008
2232008
Anti-reflective optical coatings incorporating nanoparticles
KC Krogman, T Druffel, MK Sunkara
Nanotechnology 16 (7), S338, 2005
2042005
Reduced SnO2 Porous Nanowires with a High Density of Grain Boundaries as Catalysts for Efficient Electrochemical CO2‐into‐HCOOH Conversion
B Kumar, V Atla, JP Brian, S Kumari, TQ Nguyen, M Sunkara, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 56 (13), 3645-3649, 2017
2012017
A method for the rapid synthesis of large quantities of metal oxide nanowires at low temperatures
M Mozetič, U Cvelbar, MK Sunkara, S Vaddiraju
Advanced Materials 17 (17), 2138-2142, 2005
1882005
Metastable growth of diamond and diamond-like phases
JC Angus, Y Wang, M Sunkara
Annual Review of Materials Science 21 (1), 221-248, 1991
1841991
Mechanisms of 1D crystal growth in reactive vapor transport: Indium nitride nanowires
S Vaddiraju, A Mohite, A Chin, M Meyyappan, G Sumanasekera, ...
Nano letters 5 (8), 1625-1631, 2005
1792005
Inorganic nanowires: applications, properties, and characterization
M Meyyappan, MK Sunkara
CRC Press, 2018
1782018
Near-infrared semiconductor subwavelength-wire lasers
AH Chin, S Vaddiraju, AV Maslov, CZ Ning, MK Sunkara, M Meyyappan
Applied Physics Letters 88 (16), 163115, 2006
1662006
Blueshifted Raman scattering and its correlation with the [110] growth direction in gallium oxide nanowires
R Rao, AM Rao, B Xu, J Dong, S Sharma, MK Sunkara
Journal of Applied Physics 98 (9), 094312, 2005
1502005
Surface properties of SnO 2 nanowires for enhanced performance with dye-sensitized solar cells
S Gubbala, HB Russell, H Shah, B Deb, J Jasinski, H Rypkema, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 2 (12), 1302-1309, 2009
1342009
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