Ahsanulhaq Qurashi
Ahsanulhaq Qurashi
Associate Professor of Chemistry, Khalifa University
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Growth of aligned ZnO nanorods and nanopencils on ZnO/Si in aqueous solution: growth mechanism and structural and optical properties
Q Ahsanulhaq, A Umar, YB Hahn
Nanotechnology 18 (11), 115603, 2007
Frontiers, opportunities, and challenges in perovskite solar cells: A critical review
MIH Ansari, A Qurashi, MK Nazeeruddin
Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology C: Photochemistry Reviews 35, 1-24, 2018
Versatile synthesis of rectangular shaped nanobat-like CuO nanostructures by hydrothermal method; structural properties and growth mechanism
MA Dar, Q Ahsanulhaq, YS Kim, JM Sohn, WB Kim, HS Shin
Applied Surface Science 255 (12), 6279-6284, 2009
Behavior of nanorods/ heterojunction devices at higher temperatures
N Koteeswara Reddy, Q Ahsanulhaq, JH Kim, YB Hahn
Applied Physics Letters 92 (4), 043127, 2008
Controlled selective growth of ZnO nanorod arrays and their field emission properties
Q Ahsanulhaq, JH Kim, YB Hahn
Nanotechnology 18 (48), 485307, 2007
Nanomaterial-based optical chemical sensors for the detection of heavy metals in water: Recent advances and challenges
N Ullah, M Mansha, I Khan, A Qurashi
TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry 100, 155-166, 2018
Ultra-fast microwave synthesis of ZnO nanowires and their dynamic response toward hydrogen gas
A Qurashi, N Tabet, M Faiz, T Yamzaki
Nanoscale research letters 4 (8), 948-954, 2009
Structural properties and growth mechanism of flower-like ZnO structures obtained by simple solution method
Q Ahsanulhaq, SH Kim, JH Kim, YB Hahn
Materials Research Bulletin 43 (12), 3483-3489, 2008
Catalyst supported growth of In2O3 nanostructures and their hydrogen gas sensing properties
A Qurashi, EM El-Maghraby, T Yamazaki, T Kikuta
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 147 (1), 48-54, 2010
Dye sensitized photoelectrolysis cells
S Yun, N Vlachopoulos, A Qurashi, S Ahmad, A Hagfeldt
Chemical Society Reviews 48 (14), 3705-3722, 2019
Sonochemical assisted hydrothermal synthesis of pseudo-flower shaped Bismuth vanadate (BiVO4) and their solar-driven water splitting application
I Khan, S Ali, M Mansha, A Qurashi
Ultrasonics sonochemistry 36, 386-392, 2017
Sonochemical-driven ultrafast facile synthesis of SnO2 nanoparticles: Growth mechanism structural electrical and hydrogen gas sensing properties
I Khan, ZH Yamani, A Qurashi
Ultrasonics sonochemistry 34, 484-490, 2017
ZnO nanostructures based biosensors for cancer and infectious disease applications: Perspectives, prospects and promises
SS Bhat, A Qurashi, FA Khanday
TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry 86, 1-13, 2017
Microfluidic-integrated DNA nanobiosensors
MIH Ansari, S Hassan, A Qurashi, FA Khanday
Biosensors and Bioelectronics 85, 247-260, 2016
Sonochemical assisted solvothermal synthesis of gallium oxynitride nanosheets and their solar-driven photoelectrochemical water-splitting applications
AQ N Iqbal, I Khan, ZH Yamani
Scientific Reports 6, 2016
Electrical and gas sensing properties of ZnO nanorod arrays directly grown on a four-probe electrode system
Q Ahsanulhaq, JH Kim, JS Lee, YB Hahn
Electrochemistry Communications 12 (3), 475-478, 2010
Selection of non-alloyed ohmic contacts for ZnO nanostructure based devices
NK Reddy, Q Ahsanulhaq, JH Kim, M Devika, YB Hahn
Nanotechnology 18 (44), 445710, 2007
Fabrication of well-aligned and dumbbell-shaped hexagonal ZnO nanorod arrays and their dye sensitized solar cell applications
A Qurashi, MF Hossain, M Faiz, N Tabet, MW Alam, NK Reddy
Journal of Alloys and Compounds 503 (2), L40-L43, 2010
Synthesis and photocatalytic properties of α-Fe2O3 nanoellipsoids
A Qurashi, Z Zhong, MW Alam
Solid state sciences 12 (8), 1516-1519, 2010
Selective growth of ZnO nanorods on microgap electrodes and their applications in UV sensors
Q Humayun, M Kashif, U Hashim, A Qurashi
Nanoscale research letters 9 (1), 1-5, 2014
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