International Journal of Innovative Research in Physics (IJIIP)
(ISSN Number(Online) - 2687-7902)
(ISSN Number(Print) - 2689-484X)

Volume1 Issue2:

High Temperature Dielectric Response and AC Conductivity Mechanism of (Nd, Ni) codoped BiFeO3

Mehroosh Fatema1,Shahid Husain1*,Samiya Manzoor1,Anand Somvanshi1, Naima Zarrin1 ,Aref A.A. Qahtan1

1Department of Physics, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh (INDIA), 202002
Page Number: 1-7

BiFeO3(BFO)and Bi0.9Nd0.1Fe0.9Ni0.1O3 (BNFNO) nanocrystalline samples have been synthesized through the sol-gel auto combustion process. Frequency and temperature dependent dielectric measurements have been performed in order to apprehend the influence of (Nd,Ni) co-doping on the conduction mechanism of pristine BFO.Thereal part of the dielectric constant is found to increase with the Nd and Ni doping, which is accredited to higher space charge polarization induced by the dopant ions.The dielectric constant measured as a function of frequency exhibits a dispersivebehaviour within low frequency region and attains a constant value at higher frequencies. A thermally activated relaxation peak is found at around 500K in the BNFNO samplewhich shifts towards lower temperatures at higher frequencies. The AC conductivity follows the Jonscher's universal dynamic law, which has been utilized to evaluate the value of frequency exponent „s‟. The decrease in the value of the „s‟ parameter with the increase in temperature establishes that the conduction mechanism is governed by the correlated barrier hopping (CBH) model. The ac conductivity data has been utilized to evaluate the minimum hopping distance (Rmin) and the binding energies (Wm) of the electrons in BNFNO. Arrhenius equation has been used to fit the experimental data and activation energy has been evaluated at different temperatures. The Activation energy is found to increase with the increase in the temperatures, owing to the creation of more oxygen vacancies instigated by (Nd, Ni) co-doping.
Keywords: Dielectric constant, AC Conductivity, Activation Energy, Minimum Hopping Distance


Study on the Effect of Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles on Injection Barrier Height of Crystal Violet Dye Based Organic Device

Sudipta Sen1*, Nabin Baran Manik1 and Badiur Rahaman1*

1Condensed Matter Physics Research Centre, Department of Physics, Jadavpur University Kolkata - 700032, India
Page Number: 8-14

Organic devices have achieved substantial progress due to its flexibility, cost effectiveness, simple processing and wide customizability. But there are certain limitations of these devices. One of the main limitations is the lower charge injection from metal electrodes to the organic layer which affects the performance of these devices. The charge injection process is strongly dependent on the injection barrier height at metal- organic layer interface. Due to high barrier height at metal – organic layer interface, the charge injection is reduced at the interface. Attempts need to be made to reduce the injection barrier height at metal – organic layer interface to improve the charge injection process. In the present work, we have studied the injection barrier height of Indium tin oxide coated glass/Crystal violet dye/Aluminium based organic device and subsequently we have also observed the effect of zinc oxide nanoparticles on injection barrier height of this device. Indium tin oxide coated glass and aluminium are used as front electrode and back electrode respectively to form this device. The device has been prepared with and without zinc oxide nanoparticles by using spin coating technique. We have analyzed the steady state current-voltage characteristics of the device to determine the barrier height of the device. Barrier height is reduced from 0.87 eV to 0.78 eV in the presence of zinc oxide nanoparticles. The barrier height is also estimated by using another alternative method which is known as Norde method. By using Norde method, barrier height is measured which reduces from 0.83 eV to 0.77 eV in presence of zinc oxide nanoparticles. Both the methods show good consistency with each other. Reduction of the injection barrier height in presence of zinc oxide nanoparticles indicates better charge injection through the metal - organic dye interface. The higher electron mobility of zinc oxide nanoparticles facilitates efficient charge injection at the interface. Thus, this work will be informative to study the effect of zinc oxide nanoparticles on injection barrier height as it reduces the barrier height to improve the charge flow at metal – organic dye interface.
Keywords: Crystal Violet Dye, Injection Barrier Height, Metal – Organic Dye Interface, Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles.


Spin Hall Conductance In a Two-Dimensional Tight-Binding Model In The Presence Of Rashba Spin-Orbit Interaction And Random Impurities

Hemant Kumar Sharma1*, Shreekantha Sil2, Ashok Chatterjee3

1School of Physics,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad , Telengana
2Department of Physics,Visva Bharati University, Bolpur, West Bengal
3School of Physics,University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad , Telengana
Page Number: 15-18

The spin-Hall conductance in a two-dimensional tight-binding model is studied in the presence of Rashba spin-orbit interaction and random impurities. The conventional definition of spin current falls through for a system with Rashba spin-orbit interaction because of the non-conservation of the spin magnetic moment in the presence of Rashba coupling. Using a modified definition of spin-current operator, the relaxation time for electron-impurity scattering is calculated with the help of Matsubara Green function and the spinHall conductivity is determined by employing the Kubo-Greenwood formalism. Our results show the explicit behavior of the spin-Hall conductance as a function of chemical potential, Rashba spin-orbit coupling constant and the impurity strength
Keywords: Rashba Spin-Orbit Interaction, Random Impurities, Kubo Greenwood formalism, Spin Hall Conductivity, Relaxation Time


Synthesis and Structural Characterization of ZnO-GrapheneNanocomposite by Chemical Co-Precipitation Method

Pinky Yadav1 , Ayana Bhaduri1*

1Department of Applied Physics, Amity University Gurgaon, Gurgaon122413 INDIA
Page Number: 19-24

Graphene has attracted the scientific research community due to its unique two-dimensional structure, high conductivity, large surface area, superior charge carrier mobility, superior thermal and mechanical properties etc. To obtain graphene by chemical route, graphite oxide (GO) is used as a medium which is obtained from graphite. There is large amount of hydroxyl, carboxyl, carbonyl, epoxide etc. functional groups attached onto the basal or edge plane of GO making it strongly hydrophilic and easily exfoliated in water. Further reduction of GO get rids of unwanted accessory functional groups results in formation of reduced graphene oxide (r-GO) having desired properties. Further its properties can be manipulated by synthesis of graphene/r-GO-metal/metal oxide composites according to the applications to be drawn. These composites can be used in various applications, such as, in energy storage devices like anode materials in lithium ion batteries (LIBs), supercapacitors, photocatalysts, sensors, removal of organic pollutants etc. In the present study, Graphene Oxide-ZnO composites are synthesised by a simple chemical precipitation method. Further the structural characterizations of the samples prepared are done by X-Ray Diffraction (XRD), UV-Visible Spectrophotometry, Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy and Raman spectroscopy.
Keywords: Reduced- grapheme oxide, ZnO-graphenenano composites, chemical co-precipitation, structural characterization


Transport properties of a single-molecular transistor at finite temperature

Manasa Kalla1*, Swathi. T.S1, Narasimha Raju Chebrolu1 and Ashok Chatterjee1

1Schhol of Physics, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad-500046

Page Number: 25-29

Quantum transport in a single molecular transistor device is studied at finite temperature in the presence of electron-electron and electron-phonon interactions and dissipation using the Anderson-HolsteinCaldeira-Leggett model. The dissipation due to substrate is treated exactly by a canonical transformation and the electron-phonon interaction is eliminated by the Lang-Firsov transformation. Finally the effective Hamiltonian is studied using the Keldysh non-equilibrium Green function technique and the tunnelling current through the single molecular transistor is obtained at finite temperature.
Keywords: : Quantum Dot, Keldysh Green function, Tunnelling current, Anderson-Holstein model and CaldeiraLeggett model.


Application of Fluorescence spectroscopy in the field of cancer treatment

Saswata Saha1and Kakoli Dutta2

1,2Institute of Engineering & Management Saltlake, D1 Sector V, Kolkata:- 70091
Page Number: 30-32

In the present work we have investigated the use of fluroscence spectroscopy in the field of cancer treatment. The disease cancer is a curse to our human world . In most of the cases , the disease is diagonised at the last stage where it is almost impossible to cure the patient .And sometimes the technique of chaemotherapy and radiation does not suits down the patient. The technique of fluroscence spectroscopy has been applied for the diagnosis of multisysterm cancer and it minimizes the need for repetitive biopsy. There are various techniques, in the field of fluroscence spectroscopy but here the process of optical imaging will be discussed.Optical imaging is a technology that measures light produced by biological or chemical moieties.This technique has been applied over animals in research and laboratories. The technique of optical imaging is safe as it is nonradiating and cheap . Our research would mainly focus on the techniques and fluroscent probes.
Keywords: Fluroscence, cancer, moieties, optical imaging


Quantum teleportation: a hypothetical concept

Raktim Datta1 , Suryakanta Chatterjee2,Ishan Banerjee3 , Debayan Bose4,Sneha Dutta5 and Arnab Basu6

1Department of Basic Science and Humanities, Institute of Engineering & Management, Kolkata-700091,

Page Number: 33-36

Quantum Teleportation is a hypothetical but logical application of Quantum Entanglement, which is basically a non-classical and strange phenomenon. It involves instantaneous communication between two very far situated particles through any non- perceivable link and can be considered to communicate more than the speed of light, and this fact holds the power to stand against Einstein‟s General Theory of Relativity. Here the „Hidden Variable Theory‟ comes into play, and there is a synchronisation between the variables in such a way that leads to their communication. But, whenever there is a simultaneous result from a particle in response to an event occurring on the other particle, it violates „The Principle of Locality‟. Evidently, there has to be some connection through other spatial dimensions as predicted by the String Theory. It can also be true that, entangled particles take shortcuts for communication across universe which is generally referred to „Space-time Wormholes‟. Magnetic wormholes have been created till date by manipulating electromagnetic fields, but Space time wormholes are yet to be discovered. Logically, such kind of wormholes can be created only by manipulating the mysterious „Gravitational Waves‟ which possesses extraordinary characteristics of producing rhythmic but alternate expansion and compression in the Space-time fabric, of intensity equal to the frequency of the wave. As these waves create distortion in space-time fabric, it results in change in the speed of light with respect to time. So it might be possible that entangled particles communicate at a speed higher than that of light which is beyond perception. It might also be possible that the universe is „SuperDeterministic‟.
Keywords: Quantum Entanglement, Wormholes, The Principle of Locality and Realism, Gravitational waves, Space-time fabric, Quantum Teleportation, Quantum Electrodynamics, Theory of Relativity, EPR Paradox, String Theory, Hidden Variable Theory.


Structural and Magnetic properties of Room Temperature Multiferroic Lu0.9Ho0.1FeO3

Leelashree S1, P.D. Babu2, S. Srinath1*, S.N. Kaul1

1School of Physics, University of Hyderabad, Prof. C.R. Rao Road, Hyderabad 500046, India

2UGC-DAE Consortium for Scientific Research, Mumbai Centre, R5-Shed, BARC, Trombay, Mumbai - 400 085
Page Number: 57-41

In recent times, LuFeO3 is found to be an interesting material exhibiting room temperature multiferroic properties both in its stable orthorhombic and meta-stable hexagonal phase [1, 2]. To stabilize the single phase and also to enhance the magnetic and ferroelectric properties rare earth doping is a possibility [3, 4]. In this work, magnetic rare earth atom, Holmium is doped in place of Lu, the structural, magnetic and ferroelectric properties are investigated. Bulk nanocrystallineLu0.9Ho0.1FeO3 compound is synthesized by hydrothermal method. Doping with ionic radius larger than Lu, helps to stabilize the structure in a stable orthorhombic- Pnma phase. Rietveld refinement of structural data is carried out on the synthesized sample and the lattice parameters are found to be increasing as expected. Also, Ho being an element with a large magnetic moment, the effect of doping on magnetic properties is investigated. M-H isotherms didn‟t saturate even at magnetic field, H= 9T reflecting a strong antiferromagnetic interaction that arises from the super exchange Fe3+-O-Fe3+ interactions. Finite remnant and coercivity values obtained from the M-H loop measured at 300 K confirms that the TN lies above room temperature (RT). Observation of P-E loop at 300 K confirms ferroelectric ordering at RT.
Keywords: LuFeO3, Multiferroics, Single phase, P-E Hysteresis, M-H Hysteresis


An user-friendly algorithm which shuffles music according to mood

Soumalya Pakrashi1* and Sannoy Mitra2*

1Computer Science, The Bhawanipur Education Society College, India
2Electronics and Communication Engineering, Institute of Engineering & Management, India
Page Number: 42-45

Music is one of the most widely recognised art forms all around the world. Also, music is something people connect with in every mood. Our objective in this paper is to design a framework where whenever the user plays the shuffle option, the online music system suggests songs according to the mood. The suggestions will be directly simulated on the basis of the previous song the person has heard and the duration for which he/she has heard. Depending on a person's liking to a genre at certain period of time, the system shall roll another song of the same genre so that the user is satisfied. With consideration to the Fisher-Yates algorithm, we don't randomly select a song. Rather we aim to create a database where the songs are categorised and played according to the user's choice.
Keywords: Shuffle, duration, genre, Fisher-Yates


Producing Renewable Energy in an Alternate Way

Saptarshi Neogi1*, Sayantan Pal1 and Kakoli Dutta1

1Institute of Engineering & Management, Salt Lake, Sector V, Kolkata-91, India
Page Number: 46-48

In the present work we have discussed and highlighted a special kind of eco-friendly turbine which will produce energy and at the same time will have no negative impact on nature. A turbine is a machine that transforms rotational energy from a fluid that is picked up by the rotor system into usable energy. But in case of water it requires high water current as well as an artificial dam or a reservoir so that it can work efficiently which have large scale impact on nature. We have shown a new turbine system which requires none of this. Moreover it can be readily installed in slightly inclined areas beside any canal, drainage system or a river. Similarly like the hydro-turbine the wind turbines are also had to be installed in empty areas such as seashores or mountain tops. But if we can install a turbine in the upper atmosphere then it will work more efficiently due to higher air current. If this turbine is installed with the help of hydrogen or helium system in upper atmosphere it can be operated according to our will.
Keywords: Turbine without any dam; Wind mill without any perfect geographical conditions.