Dr. T Vishwam Profile
Physics Department - Faculty

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Dr. T Vishwam
Associate Professor

Qualification:M. Sc, Ph.D (IITM)

Specialization: Microwave Dielectric characterisation Studies and Quantum Chemistry

Phone No:08455-220556/063

EmailID:vishwam.talloju@gitam.edu

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SlnoTitleJournal NameVolumesYear
1 Microwave dielectric relaxation spectroscopy study of propylene glycol/ethanol binary mixtures: Temperature dependence http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.saa.2017.02.023 Accepted for Publication, Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy (IF: 2.653) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.saa.2017.02.023 2017
2 Dielectric relaxation studies of acetonitrile /propylene glycol and their binary mixtures Accepted for Publication, Indian Journal of pure and applied Physics 2017
3 Study of excess dielectric and thermodynamic parameters of hydrogen bonded system: Isobutanol and ethyl benzoate Indian Journal of Pure & Applied Physics Vol. 54, September 2016, pp. 597-611 2016
4 Study of excess dielectric and thermodynamic parameters of hydrogen bonded system: isobutanol and ethyl benzoate Accepted in Indian Journal of Pure & Applied Physics (IJPAP) 2015
5 Correlation of Hydrogen bond through maximum eigen value analysis http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.molliq.2015.09.044 J.Mol.Liq (Article in Press) 2015 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.molliq.2015.09.044 2015
6 Dielectric Spectroscopic Studies of Propylene Glycol/Aniline Mixtures at Temperatures Between 303K to 323K International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology Vol 4, Issue 11 2015
7 Study of molecular interactions in the mixtures of some primary alcohols with equimolar mixture of 1-propanol and alkylbenzoates at 303.15 K Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics, IF:2.297 68, Pg No:183-192 2014
8 Spectroscopic studies of chromium doped alkaliearth leadzincphosphate glasses Accepted in Indian J Physics (Springer Publications) 2014
9 Investigation of intermolecular interaction between isobutanol and methyl benzoate using excess dielectric and thermodynamic parameters IJERT VOL (3) 3, Pg:1612-1623 2014
10 Dielectric studies on Fe3O4 nanodoped p-n alkyloxybenzoic acids Accepted in Advances in Condensed matter Physics 2014
11 Study of excess dielectric and thermodynamic parameters of hydrogen bonded system: isobutanol and ethyl benzoate Revised version submitted to Indian Journal of Applied Physics 2014
12 Microwave dielectric relaxation studies of hydrogen bonded polar binary mixtures of isobutanol and aniline Journal of Molecular Structure, Impact Factor 1.694 (1035) 46-53 2013
13 Additive assisted Micelle -to- Vesicle Transition in non-ionic mixed surfactant systems: Niosomes for Fullerene C60 encapsulation Journal of Nano Research Accepted for Publication 2013
14 Excess Thermodynamic and Acoustic properties of binary mixtures of Methyl Benzoate at T= (303, 308, 313, 318 and 323) K Physics and Chemistry of Liquids Accepted for publication 2013
15 Induced crystal G Phase through intermolecular hydrogen bonding in nOBA: 9HB Res.J.Physical Sci Vol.1(6), 1-10 2013
16 Conformational studies of intermolecular hydorgen bonding through induced crystal G phase in nBA:7HB Liquid Crystals, Impact factor 1.858 Vol 40 (7) 932-941 2013
17 Excess parameters for binary mixtures of Ethyl benzoate with 1-propanol, 1-butanol and 1-pentanol at T= (303, 308, 313, 318, 323) K Physica B: Condensed Matter, Impact Factor 1.327 Vol 420, pg 40-48 2013
18 Temperature-dependent microwave dielectric relaxation studies of hydrogen bonded polar binary mixtures of propan-1-ol and propionaldehyde Spectrochim. Acta, Part A, Impact Factor 2.198 Vol (114) 520-530 2013
19 Experimental and theoretical analysis of hydrogen bonded polar systems of isobutanol and methyl benzoate Proceedings of ICOPVS-2013 page no 68-70 2013
20 Dielectric Studies on Hydrogen Bonded Polar Binary Mixtures of Alkyl p-Hydroxy Benzoates and Isopropanol International Journal of Innovative Research in Science and Technology Vol 2 (10), Page No:5146-5155 2013
21 Image analysis method to study electro-optic parameters of nematogens Liquid Crystals, Impact factor 1.858 Accepted for publication 2013
22 Conformational studies of hydrogen bonding in nOBA: 9HB through vibrational spectroscopy Proceedings of ICOPVS-2013 page no 55-58 2013
23 Excess parameters for binary mixtures of alkyl benzoates with 2-propanol at different temperatures Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, I.F 1.982 Accepted for publication 2013
24 Technique for Measuring the Frequency Dependent Complex Dielectric Permittivity of Egg Yolk and White at Different Temperatures in the Microwave Frequency Region Proceedings of ICIECE 2012 39-44 2012
25 Microwave Dielectric Relaxation Behavior of L-Valine in Aqueous Medium Studied Using Open-Ended Coaxial Probe Technique Proceedings of ICRAM 2012 52 2012
26 Dielectric relaxation behavior of glycine in aqueous solution medium in the microwave frequency region Indian Journal of Engineering and Materials Sciences 15, 196-198 2008
27 Conformational and microwave dielectric relaxation studies of hydrogen bonded polar binary mixtures of propionaldehyde with isopropyl amine Molecular Physics Impact Factor 1.829 106, 95 2008
28 Conformational and dielectric analysis of hydrogen bonded polar binary mixtures of propan-1-ol with isopropyl amine Journal of Molecular Structure Impact Factor 1.634 872, 93 2008
29 Conformational and dielectric analysis of hydrogen bonded polar binary mixtures of propan-1-ol with propionaldehyde Molecular Physics Impact Factor 1.829 105, 2411 2007
30 Microwave dielectric absorption studies of hydrogen bonded polar binary mixtures of isobutanol with tertiary butyl amine http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00268970701250293 Molecular Physics Impact Factor 1.829 105, 973 2007
31 Experimental and theoretical analysis of hydrogen bonded polar system of isobutanol and isobutyraldehyde doi:10.1016/j.molliq.2006.10.014 Journal of Molecular Liquids Impact Factor 1.649 135, 90 2007
32 Dielectric studies of binary mixtures in the microwave region Proceedings of Optoelectronic Materials and Thin Films for Advanced Technology 534-540 2005