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15-Jan-2020Development of nematic and orthogonal smectic phases in short-core fluorinated hockey-stick shaped liquid crystal compoundsUpadhyaya, Kalpana; Ghosh, Sharmistha; Pratibha, R.; +2 Co-AuthorsJournal of Molecular Liquids, 2020, Vol.298, p111989
Sep-2020Theranostic lyotropic liquid crystalline nanostructures for selective breast cancer imaging and therapyUrandur, Sandeep; Banala, Venkatesh Teja; Pratibha, R.; +7 Co-AuthorsActa Biomaterialia, 2020, Vol.113, p522–540
Feb-2020Electric field tuning of ferroelectric liquid-crystal microlaserRyzhkova, A. V.; Pratibha, R.; Nikkhouc, Maryam; Muševič, IgorProceedings of the SPIE, 2020, Vol.11303, p113030K, Emerging Liquid Crystal Technologies XV, edited by Liang-Chy Chien
Dec-2020Electrochemical performance of a new imidazolium ionic liquid crystal and carbon paste composite electrode for the sensitive detection of paracetamolMangaiyarkarasi, R.; Premlatha, S.; Khan, Raj Kumar; Pratibha, R.; Umadevi, S.Journal of Molecular Liquids, 2020, Vol.319, p114255
5-Jan-2020Nematic and switchable intercalated phases in polymerizable bentcore monomers with naphthalene moiety in the side arms of the aromatic coreSrinivasa, H.T.; Prutha, N; Pratibha, R.Journal of Molecular Structure, 2020, Vol.1199 p126971
May-2020Tuneable ferroelectric liquid crystal microlaserRyzhkova, A. V.; Pratibha, R.; Muševič, I.Liquid Crystals, 2020, Vol.47, p994-1003
Mar-2020Self-assembled toron-like structures in inverse nematic gelsTopnani, Neha B.; Posnjak, Gregor; Prutha, N.; Neogi, Arkalekha; Musevic, Igor; Pratibha, R.Soft Matter, 2020, Vol.16, p2933--2940
Dec-2020Fluorescence intermittency and spatial localization of core-shell quantum rod clusters in an inverse nematic gelTopnani, Neha B.; Prutha, N.; Musevic, Igor; Pratibha, R.PHYSICAL REVIEW MATERIALS , 2020, Vol. 4 No 12, 126002