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.

Frequency : Six monthly, June & December

ISSN: 0973-3469

Aims and Scope  Editorial Board

Recent Articles

Comparison of different oxidation techniques for biofunctionalization of pyrolyzed carbon

Varun Penmatsa1, Hiroshi Kawarada2, Yin Song1, and Chunlei Wang1*

Introduction To improve the stability and detection performance of biosensors it is important to find suitable substrates for conjugating target specific bioreceptors and develop strong attachment chemistry [1]. An ideal substrate should be chemically robust, easily functionalized, and compatible with a wide variety of analytical modalities (fluorescence, surface plasmon resonance, microscopy, electrochemistry, etc.). Recently, many efforts have been invested on ... Read More »

Structural and Magnetic Properties of Mo-Zn Substituted (BaFe12-4xMoxZn3xO19) M-Type Hexaferrites

S. H. Mahmood1*, A. N. Aloqaily1, Y. Maswadeh1, A. Awadallah1, I. Bsoul2, H. Juwhari1

Introduction Magnetic materials play a crucial role in our everyday life. Permanent magnets produced from hard magnetic materials are found in home appliances such as TVs, audio systems, computers, phones, speakers, etc. The number of permanent magnets in our vehicles, for example, had grown in the recent years with the increasing demand for additional motors required for applications in starters ... Read More »

IR Spectra, Magnetic and Thermal Studies of Copper (II) Complex of N-Hydroxy –N-(4-Chloro) Phenyl N’(4-Fluoro) Phenyl Benzamidine Hydrochloride

Mrs. Sajila and Dr. (Ms.)Hemlata Mohabey*

Introduction Hydroxyamidines are organic reagents used for detection and determination of various transition metal ions. 1-5The reagent has azomethine nitrogen and –N-O-H group which makes it suitable chelating agent   The properties of the reagent can be modified by suitable substitution in aromatic ring. Therefore a new hydroxyamidine has been synthesized by condensation of N-(4-Fluoro) phenyl benzamidoyl chloride in ether solution, ... Read More »