Manos Pratim Chakrapani Kalita

Manos Pratim Chakrapani Kalita

Department of Physics
Gauhati University
Guwahati 781 014, Assam, India.

Phone : 91+9954249036 

Email  mpckalita@gauhati.ac.in

  • Electrodynamics  (M.Sc. Physics,  Semester I) 
  • General Practical (M.Sc. Physics, Semester I) 
  • General Practical (M.Sc. Physics, Semester II)
  • Nanophysics (M.Sc. Physics, Semester III)
  • General Practical (M.Sc. Physics, Semester III)
  • Pre-PhD Course Work
  • Radiological Physics

  • Nanostructured Semiconductors 
  • Powder Crystallography
  • Magnetic Materials
  • Applications of Nanomaterials

International Journal Articles

  1. A. Kalita and M. P. C. Kalita, Williamson-Hall analysis and optical properties of small sized ZnO nanocrystals, Physica E, 2017 (In Press).
  2. A. Kalita, K. Deka and M. P. C. Kalita, On the influence of Raman scattering of water in the photoluminescence measurement of water dispersed ZnO nanocrystals, Methods and Applications in Fluorescence 5 (2017) 027001.
  3. A. Kalita and M. P. C. Kalita, Mirostructural and photoluminescence properties of CTAB/PVP capped ZnO nanocrystals, Optik 130 (2017) 955.
  4. K. Deka and M. P. C. Kalita, Evidence of reaction rate influencing cubic and hexagonal phase formation process in CdS nanocrystals, Chemical Physics Letters 652 (2016) 11.
  5. K. Deka and M. P. C. Kalita, Microstructure analysis of chemically synthesized wurtzite-type CdS nanocrystals, Pramana 86 (2016) 1119.
  6. A. Rajbongshi, M. P. C. Kalita, F. Singh, K.C. Sarma and B. K. Sarma, Swift heavy ion irradiation effects on microstructure, surface morphology and optical properties of PbS thin films, Applied Physics A 122 (2016) 1.
  7. A. Kalita, Size dependence of lattice parameters in ZnO nanocrystals, Applied Physics A 121 (2015) 521.
  8. Microstructural properties of chemically synthesized cubic ZnS nanocrystals, Brazilian Journal of Physics 45 (2015) 36.
  9. M. P. C. Kalita, K. Deka, J. Das, N. Hazarika, P. Dey, R. Das, S. Paul, T. Sarmah and B. K. Sarma, Materials Letters 87 (2012) 84.
  10. M. P. C. Kalita, A. Perumal and A. Srinivasan, Evolution of atomic order and softmagnetism in mechanically alloyed nanocrystalline Fe-Si powers subjected to heat treatment, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 42 (2009) 105001.
  11. M. P. C. Kalita, A. Perumal and A. SrinivasanStructure and magnetic properties of nanocrystalline Fe75Si25 powders prepared by mechanical alloying, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 320 (2008) 2780.
  12. M. P. C. Kalita, A. Perumal and A. SrinivasanMicrostructure and magnetic properties of nanocrystalline Fe75Si20M5 (M=Al,B,Cr) powders, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 41 (2008) 165002.
  13. B. Pandey, M. P. C. Kalita, A. Perumal, A. Srinivasan and H. C. Verma, Hyperfine Interaction 184 (2008) 147.
  14. M. P. C. Kalita, A. Perumal, A. Srinivasan, B. Pandey and H. C. Verma, Properties of nanocrystalline Fe75Si15M10 (M- Cr, Al) powders prepared by mecchanical alloying, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 8 (2008) 4314.
  15. Structural analysis of mechanically alloyed nanocrystalline Fe75Si15Al10 powders, Materials Letters 61 (2007) 824.  
Research Projects

Near Infrared Emitting Water Soluble Quantum Dots: Synthesis and Investigation on the Structural and Optical Properties, SERB-DST Sponsored, Amount 26.42 Lakhs, Duration (2014-2017).


My Research Group
  1. Mr. Kuldeep Deka (PhD Scholar)
  2. Mr. Amarjyoti Kalita (PhD Scholar)
  3. Mr. Saurabh K. Sharma (PhD Scholar)
  4. Ms. Pratima Bora (PhD Scholar)  
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