Dr. Neeraj Marwaha

Dr. Neeraj Marwaha |Clyto Access

AcSIR, CSIR, New Delhi


Expertise: MgO, Nanostructures, Electron microscopy, Optical properties, Nanoflakes, Nanofibers, Co Precipitation Method, Photoluminescence


Neeraj marwaha is presently working at Academy of Scientific & Innovative Research (AcSIR), CSIR - National Physical Laboratory (NPL) at New Delhi in India



Title: Nano Structured Magnesium Oxide for Energy Harvesting Applications


A wet chemical method for synthesis of MgO nanostructures with different calcinations temperatures without the presence of any solvent, template, and surfactant. The synthesized nanosized MgO was well characterized by several experimental techniques such as X-ray diffraction (XRD), Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), UV-visible (UV-vis) Spectroscopy, Photoluminescence (PL) Spectroscopy and studied the effect of calcinations temperatures on the structural, morphological and optical properties of MgO samples without any dopant. XRD patterns confirm the transformation and also formation of pure single phase MgO. SEM results investigate the Nanoflakes and nanofibers like morphology of Mg(OH)2 and then it was found to be varied with different calcinations temperatures significant. MgO samples obtained by this method can easily be scaled up for industrial production because it required simple reaction conditions and high yield production and low cost. MgO nanomaterials can widely use for the vast applications such as adsorbents, sensors, catalysis, refractory material, paint, optoelectronics luminescence devices and energy harvesting applications.

Key words: MgO; Nanostructures; Electron microscopy; Optical properties; Nanoflakes, nanofibers, co precipitation method, photoluminescence.


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World Summit on Nanotechnology and Nanomedicine Research