Sreekumar Kurungot focuses on Inorganic chemistry, Electrocatalyst, Conductivity, Catalysis and Carbon. His research integrates issues of Electrochemistry, Electrode, Metal-organic framework and Solid-state chemistry in his study of Inorganic chemistry. His work deals with themes such as Overpotential, Specific surface area and Graphene, which intersect with Electrocatalyst.
His Conductivity research incorporates elements of Electrolyte, Membrane electrode assembly, Polymer, Membrane and Anhydrous. His Electrolyte research integrates issues from Supercapacitor, Nanotechnology, Hydrogen and Proton exchange membrane fuel cell. His study explores the link between Catalysis and topics such as Particle size that cross with problems in Oxygen.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Electrocatalyst, Catalysis, Inorganic chemistry, Nanotechnology and Graphene. His Electrocatalyst research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Nanoparticle, Carbon, Overpotential and Adsorption. His Catalysis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Tafel equation and Oxygen.
As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Inorganic chemistry, focusing on Conductivity and, on occasion, Activation energy. His Nanotechnology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cathode, Supercapacitor and Electrode. The various areas that he examines in his Graphene study include Differential pulse voltammetry, Oxide, Zinc–air battery and Electrochemical gas sensor.
Sreekumar Kurungot mainly focuses on Catalysis, Electrocatalyst, Carbon, Electrochemistry and Electrolyte. His studies deal with areas such as Fuel cells, Nanoparticle, Oxygen reduction reaction, Pyrolysis and Graphene as well as Catalysis. His studies in Electrocatalyst integrate themes in fields like Bifunctional, Carbide, Adsorption, Oxygen and Oxygen evolution.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Porosity and Carbon nanotube in addition to Carbon. The Electrochemistry study which covers Zinc that intersects with Photopolymer, Zinc–air battery and Conductive polymer. His Electrolyte research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Supercapacitor and Polymer.
Electrocatalyst, Electrochemistry, Carbon, Supercapacitor and Adsorption are his primary areas of study. Sreekumar Kurungot regularly links together related areas like Oxygen evolution in his Electrocatalyst studies. Sreekumar Kurungot has included themes like Catalysis and Methanol in his Electrochemistry study.
Within one scientific family, Sreekumar Kurungot focuses on topics pertaining to Porosity under Carbon, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Graphene, Overpotential, Ultra-high vacuum and Capacitance. His research integrates issues of Electrolyte, Membrane and Conductive polymer in his study of Supercapacitor. Sreekumar Kurungot has researched Electrolyte in several fields, including Activated carbon, Specific surface area, Photopolymer and Polymer.
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Two-in-one: inherent anhydrous and water-assisted high proton conduction in a 3D metal-organic framework.
Sanjog S. Nagarkar;Sreekuttan M. Unni;Amitosh Sharma;Sreekumar Kurungot.
Angewandte Chemie (2014)
Novel scalable synthesis of highly conducting and robust PEDOT paper for a high performance flexible solid supercapacitor
Bihag Anothumakkool;Roby Soni;Siddheshwar N. Bhange;Sreekumar Kurungot.
Energy and Environmental Science (2015)
Nanoporous Graphene Enriched with Fe/Co‐N Active Sites as a Promising Oxygen Reduction Electrocatalyst for Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells
Thangavelu Palaniselvam;Thangavelu Palaniselvam;Varchaswal Kashyap;Siddeswar N. Bhange;Jong-Beom Baek.
Advanced Functional Materials (2016)
Cobalt-Modified Covalent Organic Framework as a Robust Water Oxidation Electrocatalyst
Harshitha Barike Aiyappa;Jayshri Thote;Digambar Balaji Shinde;Rahul Banerjee.
Chemistry of Materials (2016)
Post modification of MOF derived carbon via g-C3N4 entrapment for an efficient metal-free oxygen reduction reaction
Sekar Pandiaraj;Harshitha Barike Aiyappa;Rahul Banerjee;Sreekumar Kurungot.
Chemical Communications (2014)
Hydrogen-Bonded Organic Frameworks (HOFs): A New Class of Porous Crystalline Proton-Conducting Materials.
Avishek Karmakar;Rajith Illathvalappil;Bihag Anothumakkool;Arunabha Sen.
Angewandte Chemie (2016)
A mechanochemically synthesized covalent organic framework as a proton-conducting solid electrolyte
Digambar Balaji Shinde;Harshitha Barike Aiyappa;Harshitha Barike Aiyappa;Mohitosh Bhadra;Mohitosh Bhadra;Bishnu P. Biswal;Bishnu P. Biswal.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2016)
Graphene enriched with pyrrolic coordination of the doped nitrogen as an efficient metal-free electrocatalyst for oxygen reduction
Sreekuttan M. Unni;Saikrishna Devulapally;Neeta Karjule;Sreekumar Kurungot.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2012)
Interlayer hydrogen-bonded covalent organic frameworks as high-performance supercapacitors
Arjun Halder;Arjun Halder;Meena Ghosh;Meena Ghosh;Abdul Khayum M;Abdul Khayum M;Saibal Bera;Saibal Bera.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2018)
Zeolitic imidazolate framework (ZIF)-derived, hollow-core, nitrogen-doped carbon nanostructures for oxygen-reduction reactions in PEFCs.
Thangavelu Palaniselvam;Bishnu P. Biswal;Rahul Banerjee;Sreekumar Kurungot.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2013)
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