Journal Articles

Journal Articles
1Priyanka Ganguly, Syam Kumar R. Marica Muscetta, Nisha T. Padmanabhan, Laura Clarizia, A. Akande, Steven Hinder, Snehamol Mathew, Honey John, Suresh C. PillaiNew insights into the efficient charge transfer of ternary chalcogenides composites of TiO2, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, Vol. 282, 119612, 2021. View the Article
2Nisha T Padmanabhan, Honey JohnTitanium dioxide based self-cleaning smart surfaces: A short review, Jounral of Environmental Chemical Engineering, Vol 8, Issue 5, 104211, October 2020. View the Article
3Nisha T Padmanabhan, Priyanka Ganguly, Suresh C Pillai, Honey JohnMorphology engineered spatial charge separation in superhydrophilic TiO2/graphene hybrids for hydrogen production, Materials Today Energy, vol 17, 100447, September 2020. View the Article
4Sona Stanly, Jelmy E J, Honey JohnStudies on Modified Montmorillonite Clay and Its PVA Nanohybrid for Water Purification J Polym Environ (2020). View the Article
5M. K. Kavitha, L. Rolland, L. Johnson, H. John, M. K. JayarajVisible light responsive superhydrophilic TiO2/reduced graphene oxide coating by vacuum-assisted filtration and transfer method for self-cleaning application. Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing113, 105011 (2020); published online: Epub2020/07/01/
6J. Louis, M. K. Kavitha, V. Anjana, M. K. Jayaraj, H. JohnA facile surfactant assisted hydrothermal synthesis of ZnO and graphene loaded ZnO for efficient photocatalytic self-cleaning. Materials Research Express6, (2020); published online: Epub01/21
7N. T. Padmanabhan, M. K. Jayaraj, H. JohnGraphene hybridized high energy faceted titanium dioxide for transparent self-cleaning coatings. Catalysis Today, (2019); published online: Epub2019/09/19/
8S Stanly, EJ Jelmy, CPR Nair, H JohnCarbon dioxide adsorption studies on modified montmorillonite clay/reduced graphene oxide hybrids at low pressure, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering 7 (5), 103344
9Meera Sathyan, M. K. Jayaraj and Honey JohnRolling and unrolling of graphene sheets via in-situ generation of superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 16413-16417.
10PM Aswathy, P Sarina, MK Kavitha, MJ Priya, Honey John, MK JayarajDevelopment of Au doped TiO2 nanofibers for photocatalytic applications, AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 2082, 1, 2019.
11Divya Jose, Rani Joseph, Honey JohnSynthesis, characterization, morphological and electrical studies of polypyrrole nanostructures, AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume 2082, 1, 2019.
12Neena George, B Venugopal, Honey John, A Mathiazhagan, Rani JosephNanosilica decorated multiwalled carbon nanotubes (CS hybrids) in natural rubber latex, Volume 161, (2019) 170-180
13Nisha T.Padmanabhan, Madambi K. Jayaraj, Honey JohnMechanistic insights into CTAB assisted TiO2 crystal growth with largely exposed high energy crystal facets,Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, Volume 6, Issue 4, August 2018, Pages 5510-5519.
14PS Sreekala, H John, A ChandrothDevelopment and characterization of camphor sulphonic acid doped polyaniline film with broadband negative dielectric constant for microwave application, - Materials Research Express, 5 (5), 056302, 2018.
15P Sasikumar, VA Libimol, DM George, AO Lindo, NK Pushkaran, H JohnElectromagnetic Interference Shielding Efficiency Enhancement of the PANI-CSA Films at Broad Band Frequencies. Progress in Electromagnetics Research M 57, 2017.
16Kingsley Kema Ajekwene, Honey John and Thomas Kurian (2017)Progress in Preparation, Processing and Applications of Conducting Polymer-Ionomer Blends. International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) | Volume IV, Issue IX, September 2017 | ISSN 2321–2705.
17MK Kavitha, P Gopinath, H JohnReduced graphene oxide–ZnO self-assembled films: tailoring the visible light photoconductivity by the intrinsic defect states in ZnO, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 17 (22), 14647-14655
18M.K. Kavitha, Suresh C Pillai, Pramod Gopinath, Honey JohnHydrothermal synthesis of ZnO decorated reduced graphene oxide: Understanding the mechanism of photocatalysis, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, Volume 3, Issue 2, June 2015, Pages 1194–1199
19T Remyamol, P Gopinath, H JohnCore-shell nanostructures of covalently grafted polyaniline multi-walled carbon nanotube hybrids for improved optical limiting, Optics letters 40 (1), 21-24
20PC Haripadmam, H John, R Philip, P GopinathSwitching of absorptive nonlinearity from reverse saturation to saturation in polymer-ZnO nanotop composite films, Applied Physics Letters 105 (22), 221102
21Remyamol T, Pramod Gopinath and Honey JohnPhotoinduced electron transfer, improved nonlinear optical and optoelectronic properties of polyaniline-reduced graphene oxide hybrid. Mater. Res. Express 1 (2014) 035051
22Remyamol T, PramodGopinath and Honey JohnPhenylenediamine functionalized reduced graphene oxide/polyaniline hybrid: Synthesis, characterization, improved conductivity and photocurrent generation. RSC Advances, 4 (56), 29901-29908 (2014)
23R Thekkayil, P Gopinath, H JohnEnhanced photocatalytic activity of polyaniline through noncovalent functionalization with graphite oxide, Materials Research Express 1 (4), 045602
24Remyamol, T., Reji Philip, Pramod Gopinath, and Honey JohnEnergy dependent saturable and reverse saturable absorption in cube-like polyaniline/polymethyl methacrylate film, Materials Chemistry and Physics, 146, 218-223 (2014)
25M.K Kavitha, H John, P GopinathPolyvinyl pyrrolidone assisted low temperature synthesis of ZnOnanocones and its linear and nonlinear optical studies, Materials Research Bulletin, 49, (2014), 132–137.
26P. C. Haripadmam, Honey John, Reji Philip and Pramod GopinathEnhanced optical limiting in polystyrene–ZnOnanotop composite films, Optics Letters, 39, Issue 3, pp. 474-477 (2014)
27MK Kavitha, KB Jinesh, R Philip, P Gopinath, H JohnDefect engineering in ZnOnanocones for visible photoconductivity and nonlinear absorption, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 16 (45), (2014) 25093-25100
28Remyamol T., Pramod Gopinath, and Honey JohnPhenylenediamine mediated covalent grafting of polyaniline on reduced graphene oxide for optical limiting. In IEEE conference proceeding of International conference on advanced nanomaterials and emerging engineering technologies 2013, pp 204-207.
29Remyamol T., Honey John and Pramod Gopinath (2013)Grafting of self assembledpolyanilinenanorods on reduced graphene oxide for nonlinear optical application. Synthetic Metals, 185-186:38-44.
30M K, Kavitha, John Honey, Gopinath Pramod, Philip Reji“Synthesis of reduced graphene oxide-ZnO hybrid with Enhanced Optical limiting property” J.Mater.Chem.C, [RSC], 1, (2013),3669-3675.
31Remyamol T, Honey John, Pramod Gopinath“Synthesis and nonlinear optical properties of reduced graphene oxide covalently functionalized with polyaniline” CARBON, [Elsevier], 59,(2013), 308-314.
32Kavitha M K, Haripadmam P C, Pramod Gopinath, Bindu Krishnan, Honey John“Effect of solvent and morphology on nonlinear absorption of nanoZnO” Materials Research Bulletin 48 (2013) 1967–1971.
33P.C. Haripadmam, M.K. Kavitha, Honey John, Bindu Krishnan, and Pramod Gopinath“Optical limiting studies of ZnOnanotops and its polymer nanocomposites”, Appl. Phy. Lett., 101, 071103 (2012).
34K. Lakshmi, Honey John, Rani Joseph, K.T. Mathew, K.E. George“Microwave properties of selected thermoplastic conducting composites” Journal of Applied Polymer Science,124, Issue 6, pages 5254–5259, 2012
35S Palaty, P V Devi, J Honey“Effect of Storage on the Colloidal Properties of Room-temperature Prevulcanised Natural Rubber Latex” Progress in Rubber, Plastics, and Recycling Technology,p.201-213, Volume: 27, Issue No: No.4, (2011).
36Palaty S, Mary K J, Honey J, Devi P V“ Effect of dopants and preparation conditions on the conductivity of polyaniline” Progress in Rubber, Plastics, and Recycling Technology, p.141-154, Volume: 26, Issue No: No.3, (2010).
37K G Princy, Rani Joseph, Honey John and K T Mathew“Complex permittivity and conductivity of poly (p-phenylenediazomethine) and its blends at microwave frequencies” Bull. Mater. Sci., Vol. 33, No. 3, June 2010, pp. 265–272.
38S. Palaty, P.V. Devi and J. Honey“Studies on the optimisation of the preparation method and the characterisation of zinc butyl xanthate” ‘Progress in Rubber, Plastics, and Recycling Technology’, Vol.25, No.3, (2009).
39G. Abhilash, S. Sabharwal, Abhinav Dubey, Jose Paul, Honey John, Rani Joseph“Preparation of Low-Protein Natural Rubber Latex: Effect of Polyethylene Glycol” Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Vol. 114, 806–810 (2009).
40Rinku M. Thomas, Honey John, K.T. Mathew, Rani Joseph“Optimization of preparation conditions on the dielectric properties of polyaniline” Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Volume 112, Issue 5, 2009, Pages: 2676-2682
41K. Lakshmi, Honey John, K.T. Mathew, Rani Joseph, K.E. George“Microwave absorption, reflection and EMI shielding of PU–PANI composite” ActaMaterialia, Volume 57,2009, pages: 371–375
42Zachariah Thomas, John Honey, Kurien Mary, Rasheed T.M.A.“Study of Heat Diffusion in Polyaniline by Open Photoacoustic Cell Technique”, International journal of polymeric materials, Volume 57, Number 9, 2008, pp. 852-859(9)
43Rajesh Menon, Rinku M Thomas, Honey John, Rani Joseph, K. T. Mathew“Polyaniline as an automatic beam steering material” Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, Volume 50, Issue 2,2008,Pages: 422-425
44K. Lakshmi, Honey John, Rani Joseph, K.E. George, K.T. Mathew“Comparison of microwave and electrical properties of selected conducting polymers” Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, Volume 50, Issue 2, 2008, Pages: 504-508.
45Honey John, K.T. Mathew, Rani Joseph“Effect Of Different Forms Of Poly O-Toluidine / Poly Vinyl Chloride Composites On Dielectric Properties In The Microwave Field”, journal of Applied Polymer Science Volume 103, Issue 4, 2007. Pages 2253-2260.
46Honey John, K.T. Mathew, Rani Joseph“Dielectric properties of Natural Rubber composites” Journal of Applied Polymer Science Volume 103, Issue 4, 2007, Pages: 2682-2686.
47Honey John, Rinku M.Thomas, K.T. Mathew, Rani Joseph“Conducting Polyaniline Composites as Microwave Absorbers”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science Volume 28, Issue 5, 2007, Pages: 588-592
48Honey John, Rinku M.Thomas, Joe Jacob, K.T. Mathew, Rani Joseph“Studies On The Dielectric Behaviour of Polypyrrole And Its Composites With Poly (Vinyl Chloride)” Microwave Technology Letters, Vol. 48, Iss.7, July 2006, 1324-1326.
49K.T. Mathew, Praveen kumar, Honey John“Polyaniline and Polypyrrole with PVC content for effective EMI shielding” IEEE 2006, 443-445.
50Honey John, Rinku M.Thomas, K.T. Mathew, Rani Joseph“Studies on the dielectric properties of poly o-toluidine and poly(o-toluidine-aniline) copolymer” Journal of Applied polymer science Vol. 92, Iss.1, April 2004, 592-598.
51Honey John, S. Bijukumar, K.T. Mathew, Rani Joseph“Studies on conducting poly aniline-polyvinyl chloride composite” Rubber, plastics, composites, vol. 32, iss. 7, September 2003, pp. 313-317(5).
52Honey John, S. Bijukumar, K.T. Mathew, Rani Joseph“Effect of drying condition on the microwave conductivity of poly aniline” Journal of Applied polymer science, Vol.83, 2008-2012(2002)
53S. Bijukumar, Honey John, Rani Joseph, M. Hajian, L.P. Ligthart, K.T. Mathew“Complex permittivity and conductivity of poly aniline at microwave frequencies” Journal of European ceramic society, Vol. 21, 2672-2680, (2001).