Hydroelectric Cell

  1. Optimization of mesoporous magnesium ferrite hydroelectric cells for sustainable green electricity generation via Zirconium doping, Ishfaq Ahmad Parray, Jyoti Shah, RK Kotnala, Syyed Asad Ali, Ceramics International, 2024.
  2. Nanocomposite NBT-MFO for eco-friendly power generation: Self-sustainable hydroelectric cell, Monika Dhall, Satish Khasa, Ashima Hooda, Jyoti Shah, RK Kotnala, Ceramics International, 2024.
  3. A Sustainable and Regenerative Process for the Treatment of Textile Effluents Using Nonphotocatalytic Water Splitting by Nanoporous Oxygen-Deficient Ferrite, Abha Shukla, Jyoti Shah, Sunidhi Badola, Tuhin K Mandal, Ved V Agrawal, Asit Patra, Lalsiemlien Pulamte, Ravinder K Kotnala, ACS omega, 2024.
  4. Dielectric, Impedance, Magnetic and Magnetocapacitance Investigations in ferrite–manganite nanocomposites for Hydroelectric Cell applications, S Gaurav, RK Kotnala, S Shankar, AP Singh, Emergent Materials, pp 1-21, 2024.
  5. Strategic enhancement of oxygen defects in ZnO from ZnS for water splitting to generate green electricity by hydroelectric cell, Sunidhi Badola, Jyoti Shah, Anurag Gaur, Satish Khasa, DS Rawal, TK Mandal, AK Srivastava, RK Kotnala, Applied Materials Today, Elsevier, July 2023.
  6. A Novel Device to Generate Green Electric Energy by Water Splitting at Room Temperature: Enhancing the Efficacy by Tuning Nickel Oxide Through Lithium Substitution, Rajiv Kashyap, Moondeep Chauhan, Jyoti Shah, R.K. Kotnala, Gurpreet Kaur, Ramesh
    K. Sharma, Materials Today Communications, Elsevier, Vol. 35, February 2023.
  7. Tailoring the physical properties of non‑molar potassium‑substituted magnesium ferrite nanomaterials and its applications in hydroelectric cell, Rakesh Kumar Singh, Dinesh Rangappa, Nishant Kumar, Jyoti Shah, Vivek Kumar, R K Kotnala, Applied Physics A, Vol. 129, Issue 1, Pg-1 to 16, 2023.
  8. Tin oxide (SnO2) decorated reduced graphene oxide (rGO) based Hydroelectric Cell to generate large current, Aarti, Anurag Gaur, Prakash Chand, Jyoti Shah, RK Kotnala, ACS Omega, Vol. 7, Issue 48, Pages 43647-43656, September 2022.
  9. Dielectric and impedance studies of binary ZnO–CuO nanocomposites for hydroelectric cell application, I Maurya, T Gupta, S Shankar, S Gaurav, V Tuli, J Shah, RK Kotnala, Materials Chemistry and Physics, 126690, 2022.
  10. Development of Mg-doped hematite (α-Fe 2 O 3)-based hydroelectric cell to generate green electricity, Anurag Gaur, Jyoti Shah, RK Kotnala, Dinesh Kumar, New Journal of Chemistry, RSC, Vol. 46, Issue 44, Pages 21158-21166, October 2022.
  11. Structural, optical and electrical behaviour of sodium-substituted magnesium nanoferrite for hydroelectric cell applications, Vivek Kumar, Rakesh Kumar Singh, Aniket Manash, Shashank Bhushan Das, Jyoti Shah & R. K. Kotnala, Applied Nanoscience, Springer, December 2022.
  12. Studies on structural and magnetic properties of nanoporous Li+ substituted MgFe2O4 nanomaterials for its application in hydroelectric cell with other areas of science & technology, Aniket Manash, Rakesh Kumar Singh, Vivek Kumar, Jyoti Shah, Shashank Bhushan Das, Singh Sonu Kumar, Nishant Kumar, R. K. Kotnala. Materials Today: Proceedings, Elsevier, December 2022.
  13. Studies on structural and optical behavior of nanoporous potassium-substituted magnesium ferrite nanomaterials, and their application as a hydroelectric cell, Aniket Manash, Rakesh Kumar Singh, Vivek Kumar, Shashank Bhushan Das, Singh Sonu Kumar, Nishant Kumar, Jyoti Shah, R K Kotnala, Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, Springer, Vol. 33, Issue 28, Pg. 22103-22118, October 2022.
  14. Enhanced Water Splitting by Strained Lithium-Substituted Nickel Ferrite Hydroelectric Cells, S Saini, KL Yadav, J Shah, RK Kotnala, ACS Applied Energy Materials 5 (7), 8178-8188, 2022.
  15. Effect of Li+, Mg2+, and Al3+ Substitution on the Performance of Nickel Ferrite-Based Hydroelectric Cells, S Saini, KL Yadav, J Shah, RK Kotnala, Energy & Fuels 36 (13), 7121-7129, June 2022.
  16. Red mud industrial waste translated into green electricity production by innovating an ingenious process based on Hydroelectric Cell, RK Kotnala, R Das, J Shah, S Sharma, C Sharma, PB Sharma, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering 10 (2), 107299, 2022.
  17. Significant role of defect‐induced surface energy in water splitting to generate electricity by nickel ferrite hydroelectric cell, RK Kotnala, S Saini, J Shah, KL Yadav, International Journal of Energy Research 46 (5), 6421-6435, 2022.
  18. Lithium doped nickel ferrite for enhanced performance in hydroelectric cell, S Saini, K L Yadav, J Shah, RK Kotnala, Bulletin of the American Physical Society, 2022.
  19. ZnO nanoflakes self-assembled from the water splitting process using a hydroelectric cell, J Shah, A Shukla, M Kar, G Gupta, S Jain, RK Kotnala, Reaction Chemistry & Engineering 7 (8), 1836-1846, 2022.
  20. Highly Accelerated, Sustainable, Abundant Water Splitting at Room Temperature Generating Green Electricity by Sb-Doped SnO2 Hydroelectric Cell, J Shah, A Shukla, RK Kotnala, ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 9 (45), 15229-15238, 2021.
  21. Nonphotocatalytic water splitting process to generate green electricity in alkali doped zinc oxide based hydroelectric cell, R Gupta, J Shah, R Singh, RK Kotnala, Energy & Fuels 35 (11), 9714-9726, 2021.
  22. Production of green electricity from strained BaTiO3 and TiO2 ceramics based hydroelectric cells, U Bhakar, A Agarwal, S Sanghi, J Shah, RK Kotnala, Materials Chemistry and Physics 262, 124277, 2021.
  23. Water splitting on the mesoporous surface and oxygen vacancies of iron oxide generates electricity by hydroelectric cell, J Shah, S Jain, B Gahtori, C Sharma, RK Kotnala, Materials Chemistry and Physics 258, 123981, 2021.
  24. Green energy generation by splitting water from nanoporous NiFe2O4 based Hydroelectric cell, S Saini, KL Yadav, J Shah, RK Kotnala, APS March Meeting Abstracts 2021, H71. 095, 2021.
  25. Defect-mediated ionic hopping and green electricity generation in Al2− xMgxO3-based hydroelectric cell, R Gupta, J Shah, R Das, S Saini, RK Kotnala, Journal of Materials Science 56 (2), 1600-1611, 2021.
  26. An efficient green energy production by Li-doped Fe3O4 hydroelectric cell, A Gaur, P Kumar, A Kumar, J Shah, RK Kotnala, Renewable Energy 162, 1952-1957, 2020.
  27. Electricity generation by splitting of water from hydroelectric cell: An alternative to solar cell and fuel cell, R Das, J Shah, S Sharma, PB Sharma, RK Kotnala, International Journal of Energy Research 44 (14), 11111-11134, 2020.
  28. Hydroelectric Cell Based on a Cerium Oxide-Decorated Reduced Graphene Oxide (CeO2–rG) Nanocomposite Generates Green Electricity by Room-Temperature Water Splitting, R Bhargava, J Shah, S Khan, RK Kotnala, Energy & Fuels 34 (10), 13067-13078, 2020.
  29. Lithium-substituted magnesium ferrite material based hydroelectric cell and process for preparation thereof, RK Kotnala, J Shah, US Patent 10,752,515, 2020.
  30. Nickel substituted oxygen deficient nanoporous lithium ferrite based green energy device hydroelectric cell, S Saini, J Shah, RK Kotnala, KL Yadav, Journal of alloys and compounds 827, 154334, 2020.
  31. Fabrication of a SnO2-Based Hydroelectric Cell for Green Energy Production, A Gaur, A Kumar, P Kumar, R Agrawal, J Shah, RK Kotnala, ACS omega 5 (18), 10240-10246, 2020.
  32. Colossal Humidoresistance Inducement in Magnesium Ferrite Thin Film Led to Green Energy Device Invention: Hydroelectric Cell, J Shah, R Gupta, RK Kotnala, Recent Advances in Thin Films, 389-411, 2020.
  33. Novel application of multiferroic compound for green electricity generation fabricated as hydroelectric cell, J Shah, KC Verma, A Agarwal, RK Kotnala, Materials Chemistry and Physics 239, 122068, 2020.
  34. Significance of interface barrier at electrode of hematite hydroelectric cell for generating ecopower by water splitting, S Jain, J Shah, NS Negi, C Sharma, RK Kotnala, International Journal of Energy Research 43 (9), 4743-4755, 2019.
  35. Application of Hydroelectric Cell for LED Lamp, SS Chauhan, A Gaur, RK Kotnala, 2019 Innovations in Power and Advanced Computing Technologies (i-PACT) 1, 1-3, 2019.
  36. Metal oxide based hydroelectric cell for electricity generation by water molecule dissociation without electrolyte/acid, RK Kotnala, R Gupta, A Shukla, S Jain, A Gaur, J Shah, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 122 (33), 18841-18849, 2018.
  37. Environment-friendly mesoporous magnetite nanoparticles-based hydroelectric cell, S Jain, J Shah, SR Dhakate, G Gupta, C Sharma, RK Kotnala, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 122 (11), 5908-5916, 2018.
  38. Invention of hydroelectric cell: a green energy groundbreaking revolution, RK Kotnala, J Phys Res Appl 2, 2-5, 2018.
  39. A facile non-photocatalytic technique for hydrogen gas production by hydroelectric cell, J Shah, S Jain, A Shukla, R Gupta, RK Kotnala, International journal of hydrogen energy 42 (52), 30584-30590, 2017.
  40. Rapid green synthesis of ZnO nanoparticles using a hydroelectric cell without an electrolyte, J Shah, RK Kotnala, Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids 108, 15-20, 2017.
  41. Colossal humidoresistance inducement in magnesium ferrite thin film led to green energy device invention: hydroelectric cell, RK Kotnala, Proceedings of the seventeenth international conference on thin films: abstracts, 2017.
  42. Green hydroelectrical energy source based on water dissociation by nanoporous ferrite, RK Kotnala, J Shah, International Journal of Energy Research 40 (12), 1652-1661, 2016.