MSRI

Material Science Research India (MSRI) Journal is a open access, peer reviewed international journal, devoted to experimental and theoretical research into the synthesis, structure, properties and applications of materials.     Read more

Frequency : Six monthly, June & December

ISSN: 0973-3469     Online ISSN: 2394-0565


Aims and Scope  Editorial Board

Recent Articles

Large Scale Synthesis of Nickel Oxide (Nio) by Self Propagated Combustion Reaction.

P. Vijayadarshan2, T. Mohan2, J. Venkata Viswanath1, K. J.Venugopal1, N. V. Srinivasa Rao2, Amarnath Gupta2 and A. Venkataraman1, 3*

Introduction The study of transition metal oxides has attracted the attention of materials scientists due to their valuable applications in the areas like optical, electrical, magnetic, mechanical, battery technology or photochemistry, medical fields. The catalytic properties of the metal oxides extend their applicability in propellant manufacturing as burn rate modifiers [1]. The relation between the structure and properties (both physical ... Read More »

Characterization and Performance Evaluation of Recrystallised Micro PETN

T. Mohan2, P.Vijayadarshan2, J.Venkata Viswanath1, Amarnath Gupta2, N.V. Srinivasarao2 and A. Venkataraman*1,3.

Introduction PETN is one of the high energy materials having oxidizer and fuel in the same molecule1. PETN is used as a secondary explosive. Using a different primary explosive to initiate the secondary has its limitations such as, problems in synthesizing high sensitive primary explosives, heterogeneity etc. PETN is considered to have medium sensitivity towards the impact and electric shock. ... Read More »

Physicochemical Analysis of Ground Water Samples of South Coastal Areas of Kanniyakumari in the Post-Tsunami Scenario 

Krishna Prakash Arunachalam1, Monikandon Sukumaran2*, Mohammad Tanveer3 and Kesavan Devarayan4*

DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.13005/msri/130209

Introduction Generally, groundwater is considered as an important drinking water source, especially in coastal regions due to limited availability of surface water. Kanniyakumari district is situated in the farthest south of Tamil Nadu, India. Even though abundant surface water is available in this district, the major population prefers to use ground water. For instance, almost every home situated in this ... Read More »