Journals

“Synthesis and studies of carbazole based (A-D-A) polymers for organic solar cell applications”[6] Communicated in Polymer International. E. K. T. Sivakumar, Govindasamy Sathiyan, Ramasamy Ganesamoorthy, Rangasamy Thangamuthu, Pachagoundar Sakthivel – 13 February 2016.

“Dicyanovinylene carbazole based A-D-A type small molecules for organic solar cell applications” Communicated in Synthetic Metals. E. K. T. Sivakumar, Sathiyan G, Thangamuthu R and Sakthivel P – 18 December 2015.

“Review of carbozole based conjucated molecules for highly efficient organic solar cell applications” Tetrahedron Letters, Vol (57), 2016. pp 243–252.[7] E. K. T. Sivakumar, Sathiyan G, Ganesamoorthy R, Thangamuthu R and Sakthivel P.

“Synthesis and studies of carbazole based (A-D-A) polymers for organic solar cell applications” Published in Souvenir, “Application of Nanostructured Materials for Energy and Environmental Technology”, ISBN 978-93-85436-91-8. E. K. T. Sivakumar, Sathiyan G, Ganesamoorthy R, Thangamuthu R and Sakthivel P.

“ Synthesis of 1,7-Disubstituted N,N’-Bis (Hexyl) Perylene-3,4:9,10-Tetracarboxylic acid Diimide (PDI) small molecule for organic solar cell applications ” Published in Souvenir, “Application of Nanostructured Materials for Energy and Environmental Technology”, ISBN 978-93-85436-91-8. E. K. T. Sivakumar, Sathiyan G, Thangamuthu R and Sakthivel P.

“ Dicyanovinylenecarbazole Based A-D-A Type Low Band Gap Small Molecule for Organic Solar Cell Applications ” “Application of Nanostructured Materials for Energy and Environmental Technology” Page 321 328. ISBN 978-93-84144-81-4. E. K. T. Sivakumar, Govindasamy Sathiyan, Ramasamy Ganesamoorthy, Pachagounder Sakthivel, Rangasamy Thangamuthu.

“ Synthesis of N,N’-bis(2,6-diisopropylphenyl)- 1,7-di(2,2′-bithiophenyl)perylene-3,4:9,10-tetracarboxylic acid diimide (bt-pdi-ia) small molecule for organic solar cell application ” “Application of Nanostructured Materials for energy and Environmental Technology” Page 329–339. ISBN 978-93-84144-81-4. E. K. T. Sivakumar, Ramasamy Ganesamoorthy, Govindasamy Sathiyan, Pachagounder Sakthivel, Rangasamy Thangamuthu.

“ A Study of Electrical and Magnetic Properties of Ferrite Nano particles for Electrical Applications ” International Journal of Materials Science Vol(10), 2015 pp1 – 10. E. K. T. Sivakumar, Manimozhi, Rajendran T V, Jaisankar.

“ Synthesis and Characterization of Citric Acid based Polyester Hydroxyapetite Nanocomposites ”, Global Journal for Research Analysis, Vol.3(7), 2014, pp 20–26. E. K. T. Sivakumar, Indira R, Hariharapriya G, Jaisankar,

“Synthesis and characterization of water soluble EDTA functionalized polyesters for environmental applications”, Applied chemistry Elixir Appln. Chem. 74,2014,26906-26910. By E. K. T. Sivakumar

“Pollution of Groundwater around Saint Thomas Mount Panchayath Union Chengalpattu MGR District, Tamil Nadu, India”, Journal of Industrial Pollution Control 17(2), 2001, PP 225–238. By E. K. T. Sivakumar, G.B. Sukumuran and R.K. Trivedy.

“Applications of Geochemical Modelling for the Ground water environment around Chennai city, Tamil Nadu, India”, Journal of Industrial pollution control 22(1), 2006, PP 191–209. By E. K. T. Sivakumar, G.B. Sukumaran and K. Elangovan.

“Ionic conductivity of Chain Extension Supramolecular polymer material based on Reactive Hydrogen bonding motif”- Journal of Polymer and Composites 3(1), 2014, 1–7. By E. K. T. Sivakumar, V. Jaisankar and T.V.Rajendran.

” A Study on Conductivity Behaviour of Supramolecular Polymer Functionalized Magnetic Nanoparticles ” (IJIRSE) International Journal of Innovative Research in Science & Engineering ISSN (2014), 2347–3207. By E. K. T. Sivakumar, T. V Rajendran, V. Jaisankar.

“Synthesis of Nano Carbon from Agro-industrial wastes” -Paper submitted (2015). By E. K. T. Sivakumar, R.Jayavel, Hannah Jebarani, Nibedita Dey and D.Angelene.

“Innovative use of Nanosilicone for scratchfree, durable and attractive coating” – Paper submitted By E. K. T. Sivakumar, R.Jayavel and J.Sandhya (2015).

“Conducting Polymeric Hydrogel Electrolyte Based on Carboxymethylcellulose and Polyacrylamide/Polyaniline for Supercapacitor Applications”[8] N. Suganya, V. Jaisankar and E. K. T. Sivakumar