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Prof. Dr. Ramesh A/l T. Subramaniam

Department Of Physics

Faculty Of Science

ramesh@um.edu.my
Bibliometric Data
Latest Award
Penyelidikan
Penyelidikan
Year 2016
Latest Evaluation
Panel Evaluator for Special Issue proposal titled "Natural Bioactive Carbohydrates: Bioactivities and Applications" for the International Journal of Polymer Science.Panel Evaluator for Special Issue proposal titled "Natural Bioactive Carbohydrates: Bioactivities and Applications" for the International Journal of Polymer Science.
Advisory committee
Year 2016
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Last 5 Projects
Grant Progress Status
PG119-2015A
on going
PG034-2015A
on going
PG026-2015A
on going
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Latest Publication
2016

A Review of Polymer Electrolytes: Fundamental, Approaches and Applications

2016

A novel coating material that uses nano-sized SiO2 particles to intensify hydrophobicity and corrosion protection properties

2016

Enhanced electrochemical performance of cobalt oxide nanocubes intercalated reduced graphene oxide for supercapacitor application

2016

Poly(methyl methacrylate-co-butyl acrylate-co-acrylic acid): Physico-chemical characterization and targeted dye sensitized solar cell application

2015

Ceramic and Inorganic Polymer Membranes: Preparation, Characterization and Applications

2013

Characterization of Polymer Blends: Thermal Analysis

2012

Characterization of High Molecular Weight Poly (vinyl chloride)- Lithium Tetraborate Electrolyte Plasticized by Propylene Carbonate

2012

The Effect of Antimony Trioxide on Poly(vinyl alcohol) ¿ Lithium Perchlorate Based Polymer Electrolytes

2012

Effect of Ionic Liquid on Poly(vinylidene fluoride-co- hexafluoropropylene) Solid Copolymer Electrolytes

2012

Development and Characterization of Poly(1- vinylpyrrolidone-co-vinyl acetate) Copolymer Based Polymer Electrolytes

2012

Investigation on the Effect of Antimony Trioxide Filler in Poly(acrylic acid) Based Polymer Electrolytes