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DOCTORAL THESIS GUIDED

A.Ramasubramanian

Graft copolymerization using peroxodisulphate / peroxomonosulphate / peroxodiphosphate –              thio compound redox initiation

R.Victoria

Studies on electrochemical synthesis and behaviour of poly(diphenylamine) and poly(diphenylamine-co-ring substituted anilines) by cyclic voltammetry

S.Prakash

An investigation on electrochemical polymerization of o-toluidine and its copolymerization with halo ring-substituted anilines by cyclic voltammetry

R.Anbarasan

Chemical polymerization of aniline/o-toluidine in the presence of natural/synthetic fiber

V.Rajendran

A study on electrochemical polymerization of diphenylamine / aniline and their copolymerization with substituted anilines using pulse potentiostatic method

T.S.Vivekanandam

Vinyl and divinyl polymerization in the presence of ultrasound

R.Buvaneswari

Electrochemistry of conducting polymers

C.Sivakumar

Studies on soluble conducting polymer formation through UV-Visible spectroscopy

A.A.Antony

Evaluation of polymers as antiscalants

S.Rajamohamed

Studies on cyclopolymerization

M.Waheedha Bhanu

Electrochemical synthesis and characterization of aniline based conducting copolymers

T.Jeyaraman

Studies on polymerization of diphenylamine with substituted anilines by pulse potentiostatic method

M.Thanneermalai 

Electrochemical and spectrelectrochemical studies on conducting polymers 

A.Manuel Stephan

Ultrasonic studies on vinyl polymers

V.Seetharaman

Sonochemical studies on vinyl polymers

D.Ramesh Development of water based paints and its their evaluations
P.Santhosh Studies on polyurethane based polymer electrolytes for lithium battery applications

P.Marimuthu

Studies on the uses of acrylamide based copolymers as strength additives in paper making process

M.Sankarasubramanian

Electrochemical deposition of copolymers of diphenylamine with 2-amino benzonitrile/3-amino benzonitrile and characterization

Ongoing: Joseph Vincent, D.Ragupathy, S.Komathi

 

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