International Conference on
Chemical Science and Chemical Engineering
L Rajendran
Professor
Speaker
India
Deemed University
PUBLICATIONS
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Author 
Title of the Article 
Name of the Journal 
Volume 
Page 
Year 
I.F as on 2014 
108 
R. Swaminathan, K. Lakshmi Narayanan, V. Mohan, K. Saranya, L. Rajendran 
Reaction/diffusion equation with Michaelismenten kinectics in microdisk biosensor: homotopy perturbation method approach 
International Journal of Electrochemical Science 
14 
37773791 
2019 
1.33

107 
M. Kirthiga, S. Balamurugan , L. Rajendran 
Modelling of reactiondiffusion process at carbon nanotube – redox enzyme composite modified electrode biosensor 
Chemical Physics Letters 
715 
2028 
2019 
1.71 
106

O.M. Kirthiga, L. Rajendran, C. Fernandez

Kinetic mechanism for modeling of electrochemical mediated enzyme reactions and determination of enzyme kinetics parameters 
Russian Journal of Electrochemistry 
54 
1831 
2018 
0.88 
105 
R. Saravanakumar, P. Pirabaharan , M. Muralikannan , L. Rajendran 
Transient current for a rotating disc electrode produced by a potential step 
Russian Journal of Electrochemistry 
54 
863–868. 
2018 
0.88 
104 
J. Visuvasam , A. Molina , E. Laborda , L. Rajendran 
Mathematical models of the infinite porous rotating disk electrode

International Journal of Electrochemical Science 
13

999910022 
2018 
1.33

103 
J Femila Mercy Rani, T. Iswarya and L. Rajendran. 
Mathematical model of catalytic processes at modified electrodes 
Quím. Nova 
40(8) 
880884 
2017 
0.661 
102 
L. Rajendran, M. Kirthiga, E. Laborda 
Mathematical modelling of nonlinear reaction–diffusion processes in enzymatic bio fuel cells 
Current Opinion in Electrochemistry 
1 
121132 
2017 
 
101 
K.Sankar, A.Achary, N.Mehala, L,Rajendran 
Empirical and Analytical correlation of the reaction kinetics parameters of cuttle bone power immobilizedf lipase catalysed ethyl ferulate synthesis 
Catalysis Letters 
147(8)

22322245 
2017 
2.799 
100 
L.Wang,Y.Shang, C.Liu, C. Fernandez, L. Rajendran, M. Kirthiga, Yu hong Wang, Dun Niu, D. dong Liu, 
The analysis and fabrication of a novel tinnickel mixed salt electrolytic coloring processing and the performance of colored films foral12.7si0.7m galloyin acidic and alkali corrosive 
International Journal of Precision Engineering and Manufacturing environments 
18 
9398 
2017 
1.1 
99 
P.G. Jansi Rani, M. Kirthiga , Angela Molina , E. Laborda , L. Rajendran. 
Analytical solution of the convectiondiffusion equation for uniformly accessible rotating disk electrodes via the homotopy perturbation method 
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 
799 
175180 
2017 
2.922 
98 
M. Chitra Devi , L. Rajendrana,, Ammar Bin Yousaf , C. Fernandez. 
Nonlinear differential equations and rotating disc electrodes: padé approximation technique 
Electrochimica Acta 
243 
16 
2017 
4.803 
97 
M. Kirthiga, L. Rajendran, C. Fernandez. 
Theoretical treatment of diffusion and kinetics of osmium redox polymer mediated glucose oxidase enzyme electrodes: Analytical expression of current density for varying potential 
Electrochimica Acta 
230 
8997 
2017 
4.803 
96 
N. Mehala, L. Rajendran, V. Meena. 
Part2: Analytical expressions of concentrations of glucose, oxygen, and gluconic acid in a composite membrane for closedloop insulin delivery for the nonsteady state conditions 
The Journal of Membrane Biology 
250 
89101 
2017 
1.991 
95 
O.M. Kirthiga, M. Sivasankari, R. Vellaiammal, 
Theoretical analysis of concentration of 
Ain Shams Engineering Journal (In press) 
In press 
16 
2016 
1.844 
94 
Pavithra .S, Jansi Rani P.G., 
Enzyme kinetic 
Quim. Nova 
39(10) 
11841191 
2016 
0.661 
93 
J. Saranya, L. Rajendran, L. Wang, C. Fernandez. 
A new mathematical modelling using Homotopy perturbation method to solve nonlinear equations in enzymatic glucose fuel cells 
Chemical Physics Letters 
662 
317326 
2016 
1.860 
92 
M. Rasi, L. Rajendran.

Therotical analysis of the enzyme reaction processes with in the multiscale porous biocatalysis electrodes 
Russian Journal of Electrochemistry 
52(2) 
143153 
2016 
0.692 
91 
V. Meena, T. Praveen, and L. Rajendran 
Mathematical modeling and analysis of the molar concentrations of ethanol, acetaldehyde and ethyl acetate inside the catalyst particle 
Kinetics and Catalysis 
57(1) 
125–134. 
2016 
1.265 
90 
R. Sathya, M. Rasi, L. Rajendran 
Nonlinear analysis of Haldane kinetic model in phenol degradation in batch operations 
Kinetics and Catalysis 
56 (2) 
141146 
2015 
0.926 
89 
M. Rasi, Sunil Kumar, L.Rajendran 
Analytical expressions for the concentration of nitric oxide removal in the gas and biofilm phase in a biotrickling filter 
Journal of the Association of Arab Universities for Basic and Applied Sciences 
18 
1928 
2015 
1.425 
88 
K. Saravanakumar, SP.Ganesan, L. Rajendran 
Theoretical analysis of reaction and diffusion processes in a biofuel cell electrode 
Fuel cells 
15(3) 
523–536 
2015 
2.08 
87 
V. Meena, S. P.Ganesan, L. Rajendran 
Analytical versus numerical solution of the nonlinear reaction diffusion process in an immobilized biocatalyst particle 
International journal of applied Engineering Research 
10(55) 
4184 
2015 
0.14 
86 
R. Malinidevi, M. Rasi, L. Rajendran 
The mathematical theory of diffusion and reatction in enzymes immobilized artificial membrane. The theory of the nonsteady state 
Journal of Membrane Biology 
248(6) 
11271135 
2015 
1.999 
85 
M.Rasi L. Rajendran M.V.Sangaranarayanan

Enzymecatalyzed oxygen reduction reaction in biofuel cells  analytical expressions for chronoamperometric current densities 
Journal of the Electrochemical Society 
162(9) 
671680 
2015 
2.859 
84 
O. M.Kirthiga L. Rajendran 
Approximate analytical solution for nonlinear reaction diffusion equations in a monoenzymatic biosensor involving MichaelisMenten kinetics 
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 
119127 
2015 
2.646 

83 
M. Rasi L.Rajendran 
Hydrogen Production by a Photosynthetic Bacterium: Some Analytical Solutions 
Chemical Engineering & Technology. 
38(7) 
1235 
2015 
2.175 
82 
T. Praveen, L. Rajendran 
Theoretical analysis through mathematical modeling of twophaseflow transport in an immobilizedcell photobioreactor, 
Chemical Physics Letters, 2015 
625 
193201 
2015 
1.991 
81 
M. Rasi A. Subbiah L. Rajendran 
Analytical expression of transient currentpotential for redox enzymatic homogenous system 
Sensors & Actuators: BChemistry 
208(1) 
128–136 
2015 
3.84 
80 
K.Saravanakumar, L. Rajendran, M.V. Sangaranarayanan 
Current–potential response and concentration profiles of redoxpolymermediated enzyme catalysis in biofuel cells – Estimation of Michaelis–Menten constants 
Chemical Physics Letters 
621 
117–123 
2015 
1.991 
79 
V. Meena, K. Indira, Sunil Kumar, L. Rajendran, 
A new mathematical model for effectiveness factors in biofilm under toxic conditions 
Alexandria Engineering Journal 
53(2) 
469474 
2014 
1.497 
78 
P. Felicia Shirly, S. Narmatha, L. Rajendran 
Analytical solution of nonlinear dynamics of a selfigniting reaction diffusion system using modified adomian decomposition method 
International Journal of Chemical Engineering 
Article ID 825797, 8 pages 
2014 
1.29 

77 
S . Kalaiselvi, Sunil Kumar, L . Rajendran 
Analytical expression 
Ain Shams Engineering Journal 
5(3) 
885 
2014 
1.844 
76 
O. M. Kirthiga, L. Rajendran 
Analytical expressions of the 
Energy Technology 
2(6) 
574578 
2014 
3.175 
75 
A.Avelin Diana, K. Sundarakantham ,S. Mercy Shalinie, 
Analytical model for binding refresh request to reduce storage and communication overhead in mipv6network 
International Journal of Network Management 
24 
402– 414 
2014 
1.340 
74 
V. Meena, O. M. Kirthiga, L. Rajendran 
Analytical expression of concentration of substrate 
Analytical and Bioanalytical Electrochemistry

6(6) 
713732 
2014 
0.51 
73 
A. Anitha S. Anitha L. Rajendran 
A Kinetic model for amperometric biosensor at mixed oxidase enzyme 
International Journal of Electrochemical Sciences 
9 
990 –1002 
2014 
1.500 
72 
T. Praveen Pedro Valencia L. Rajendran

Theoretical analysis of intrinsic reaction kinetics and the behavior of immobilized enzymes system for steadystate conditions 
Biochemical Engineering Journal 
91 
129139 
2014 
2.368 
71 
L. Rajendran K.Saravanakumar

Analytical expression of transient and steadystate catalytic current of mediated bioelectrocatalysis 
Electrochimica Acta. 
147 
678687 
2014 
4.088 
70 
K. Saravanakumar, L. Rajendran 
Mathematical analysis of an enzymeentrapped conducting polymer modified electrode 
Applied 
39 
73517363 
2015 

69 
K. Indira L. Rajendran 
Analytical expressions for the concentrations of substrate, oxygen and mediator in an amperometric enzyme electrode 
Applied Mathematical Modelling 
37 
5343–358 
2013 
2.158 
68 
K.Kasthuri, K.Indira, L.Rajendran 
Theoretical analysis of the chemical absorption of carbon dioxide using an aqueois elastic xanthancum solution containing NaOH 
Energy Technology 
1(7) 
405 
2013 
3.175 
67 
M. Rasi K. Indira L. Rajendran 
Approximate analytical expressions for the steadystate concentration of substrate and cosubstrate over amperometric biosensors for different enzyme kinetics 
International Journal of Chemical Kinetics 
45(5) 
322336 
2013 
1.312 
66 
S. Ganesan S. Anitha A. Subbiah L. Rajendran 
Mathematical modeling of a carrier mediated transport process in a liquid membrane 
The Journal of Membrane Biology 
246(4) 

2013 
2.174 
65 
L. Rajendran S. Anitha 
Reply to ‘comments on analytical solution of amperometric enzymatic reactions based on Homotopy perturbation method,” by JiHuan He, LuFeng Mo [Electrochim. Acta(2013)] 
Electrochimica Acta 
102 
474476. 
2013 
4.088 
64 
M. K. Sivasankari L. Rajendran 
Analytical expression of the concentration of species and effectiveness factors in porous catalysts using the adomian decomposition method 
Kinetics and Catalysis. 
54(1) 
95105 
2013 
0.668 
63 
V.Ananthaswamy L. Rajendran 
Approximate analytical solution of nonlinear kinetic equation in a porous pellet 
Global Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics 
8(2) 
101111 
2012 
0.19 
62 
K. Indira, L. Rajendran 
Analytical expressions pertaining to the concentration of substrates and product in phenolpolyphenol oxidase system immobilized in laponite® hydrogels: a reciprocal competitive inhibition process 
Advances in Physical Chemistry 
Article ID 212818, 11 pages 
2012 
0.271 

61 
K. Indira L. Rajendran 
Analytical expression of nonsteadystate concentration for the CE mechanism at a planar electrode 
Journal of Mathematical Chemistry

50(5) 
1277–1288 
2012 
1.27 
60 
S.muthukaruppan, R.Senthamarai, L.Rajendran 
Modelling of immobilized glucomylase kinetics by flow calorimetry 
International Journal of Electrochemical Science 
7(10) 
9122 
2012 
1.369 
59 
V. Margret PonRani L. Rajendran 
Mathematical modelling of steady state concentration in immobilized glucose isomerase of packedbed reactors 
Journal of Mathematical Chemistry 
50

1333–1346 
2012 
1.27 
58 
A. Eswari L. Rajendran 
Approximate analytical solution of the concentration of phenol and oxygen and rate of phenol degradation in fluidized bed bioreactor 
Biochemical Engineering Journal 
68 
42– 53 
2012 
2.368 
57 
L. Rajendran L. K. Bieniasz 
Analytical Expressions for the SteadyState Concentrations of Glucose, Oxygen and Gluconic Acid in aCompositeMembrane for ClosedLoop Insulin Delivery 
The Journal of Membrane Biology

246(2) 
121 
2012 
2.174 
56 
A. Eswari L. Rajendran 
Mathematical modeling of cyclic voltammetry for EC reaction 
Russian Journal of Electrochemistry 
47(2) 
181190 
2011 
0.66 
55 
A. Eswari L. Rajendran 
Mathematical modeling of cyclic voltammetry for EC2 reaction 
Russian Journal of Electrochemistry 
47(2) 
191199 
2011 
0.66 
54 
A. Meena L. Rajendran 
Analytical solution of nonlinear diffusion processes in modified electrode 
Russian Journal of Electrochemistry 
47(2) 
147155 
2011 
0.66 
53 
A. Eswari L. Rajendran 
Analytical expressions of concentration and current in homogeneous catalytic reactions at spherical microelectrodes : Homotopy Perturbation approach 
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 
651 
173184 
2011 
2.909 
52 
G.Rahamathunissa P.Manisankar L.Rajendran G.Venugopal 
Modeling of nonlinear boundary value problems in enzymecatalyzed reaction diffusion processes 
Journal of Mathematical Chemistry. 
49 
457474 
2011 
1.27 
51 
S. Loghambal L. Rajendran 
Mathematical modeling in amperometric oxidase enzymemembrane electrodes 
Journal of Membrane Science 
373 
2028 
2011 
4.908 
50 
S. Loghambal L. Rajendran 
Mathematical modeling of a Tubular Spectrochemical Cell using the finite Hankel transformation 
Russian Journal of Electro Chemistry 
47(8) 
883889 
2011 
0.660 
49 
S. Anitha A. Subbiah S. Subramaniam L. Rajendran 
Analytical solution of amperometric enzymatic reactions based on homotopy perturbation method 
Electrochimica Acta 
56 
3345335 
2011 
4.088 
48 
S. Anitha A. Subbiah L. Rajendran 
Analytical expression of nonsteadystate concentrations and current pertaining to compounds present in the enzyme membrane of biosensor 
Journal of Physical Chemistry A

115 (17) 
4299–4306 
2011 
2.732 
47 
K. Indira L. Rajendran 
Analytical expression of the concentration of substrates and product in phenol–polyphenol oxidase system immobilized inlaponite hydrogels. Michaelis–Mentenformalismin homogeneous medium , 
Electrochimica Acta 
56 
6411– 6419 
2011 
4.088 
46 
S.Thiagarajan A. Meena S.Anitha L.Rajendran 
Analytical expression of the steadystate catalytic current of mediated bioelectrocatalysis and the application of He’s Homotopy perturbation method 
Journal of Mathematical chemistry. 
6(2) 
96104 
2011 
1.27 
45 
M. Uma Maheswari L. Rajendran 
Analytical solution of nonlinear enzyme reaction equations arising in mathematical chemistry 
Journal of Mathematical Chemistry 
49(8) 
17131726 
2011 
1.27 
44 
S. Loghambal L. Rajendran 
Analyticalexpressions of concentration of nitrate pertaining to the electrocatalytic reduction of nitrate ion 
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 
661 
137–143 
2011 
2.909 
43 
A. Eswari L. Rajendran 
Analytical expressions pertaining to the concentration of catechol, quinone and current at PPOmodified microcylinder biosensor for diffusionkinetic model 
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry. 
660 
200208 
2011 
2.909 
42 
A. Meena L. Rajendran 
New approximate analytical expressions for transient concentration profiles and current pertaining to a homogeneous chemical reaction at hemispherical microelectrodes 
Journal of Physical ChemistryA

115 (40) 
10950–10961 
2011 
2.775 
41 
V. Margret PonRani L. Rajendran R. Eswaran 
Analytical expression of the substrate concentration in different part of particles with immobilized enzyme and substrate inhibition kinetics 
Analytical &Bioanalytical Electrochemistry 
3(5) 
507520 
2011 
3.841 
40 
A. Meena A. Eswari L. Rajendran 
Mathematical modelling of enzyme kinetics reaction mechanisms and analytical solutions of nonlinear reaction equations 
Journal of Mathematical Chemistry. 
48 
179186 
2010 
1.270 
39 
R. Senthamarai L. Rajendran 
System of coupled nonlinear reaction diffusion processes at conducting polymer ultramicroelectrodes 
Electrochimica Acta. 
55 
32233235 
2010 
4.088 
38 
A. Eswari L. Rajendran 
Analytical solution of steadystate current at a microdisk biosensors 
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 
641 
3544 
2010 
2.909 
37 
P. Manimozhi A. Subbiah L. Rajendran 
Solution of steadystate substrate concentration in the action of biosensor response at mixed enzyme kinetics 
Sensors and Actuators BChemistry 
147 
290297 
2010 
3.840 
36 
S. Loghambal L. Rajendran 
Mathematical modeling of diffusion and kinetics of amperometric immobilized enzyme electrodes 
Electrochimica Acta, 
55 
52305238 
2010 
4.088 
35 
A. Meena L. Rajendran 
Mathematical modeling of amperometricand potentiometric biosensors and system of nonlinear equations  Homotopy perturbation approach 
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry.

644 
5059 
2010 
2.909 
34 
S. Anitha A. Subbiah L. Rajendran Ashok Kumar 
Solutions of the coupled reaction and diffusion equations within polymer modified ultramicroelectrodes 
Journal of Physical Chemistry A 
114 
70307037 
2010 
2.775 
33 
P. Manimozhi L. Rajendran 
Derivation of nonsteadystate analytical solution for surface enzymatic kinetics reaction for biopolymer microarrays 
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 
647 
87–92 
2010 
2.909 
32 
A. Eswari L. Rajendran, 
Analytical solution of steady state current an enzyme modified microcylinder electrodes 
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 
648 
3646 
2010 
2.909 
31 
S. Loghambal L. Rajendran 
Analysis of Amperometric Enzyme electrodes in the homogeneous mediated mechanism using Variational iteration method 
International Journal of Electrochemical Science 
5(2) 
327343 
2010 
1.956

30 
A. Meena L. Rajendran 
Analytical solution of system of coupled nonlinear reaction diffusion equations Part I: Mediated electron transfer at conducting polymer ultramicroelectrodes 
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry

647 
103–116 
2010 
2.909 
29 
A. Meena L. Rajendran 
Analysis of pHBased Potentiometric Biosensor using Homotopy perturbation method 
Chemical Engineering and Technology 
33 
1999–2007 
2010 
2.175 
28 
A. Meena L. Rajendran 
Analytical solution of system of coupled nonlinear reaction diffusion equations, Part II: Direct reaction of substrate at underlying microdisc surface 
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 
650 
143–151 
2010 
2.909 
27 
R. Senthamarai L. Rajendran 
Traveling wave solution of nonlinear coupled reaction diffusion equation arising in Mathematical chemistry 
Journal of Mathematical Chemistry. 
46 
550561 
2009 
1.270 
26 
L. Rajendran G. Rahamathunissa 
Modelling of nonlinear reaction – diffusion processes of amperometric polymermodified electrode 
Journal of Theoretical and Computational Chemistry 
7(1) 
113138 
2008 
0.52 
25 
R Senthamarai L. Rajendran 
A comparison of diffusion limited current at microelectrodes of various geometries for EC’ reaction 
Electrochimical Acta 
53 
35663578 
2008 
4.088 
24 
R.Senthamarai L.Rajendran 
A comparison of diffusion limited current at microelectrodes of various geometries for E’ reaction 
Journal of Theoretical and Computational Chemistry 
7(2) 
205219 
2008 
0.52 
23 
R. Senthamarai L. Rajendran 
Analytical expression of transient chronometric current at ultramicroband electrodes 
Russian Journal of Electrochemistry. 
44(10) 
11561161 
2008 
0.660 
22 
L. Rajendran G. Rahamathunissa 
The Application of He’s variational iteration method to nonlinear boundary value problems in enzymesubstrate reaction diffusion processes : Part 1.The steadystate amperometric response 
Journal of Mathematical Chemistry.

44 
849861 
2008 
1.270 
21 
L. Rajendran G. Rahamathunissa C. Ahmed Basha 
Modelling of reaction – diffusion processes: The theory of catalytic electrode processes at cylindrical ultramicroelectrodes 
Journal of Theoretical and Computational Chemistry 
6(2) 
301307 
2007 
0.52 
20 
L. Rajendran G. Rahamathunissa C. Ahmed Basha 
Theories of diffusion at a microring electrodes: A Review 
Journal of Theoretical and Computational Chemistry 
6(4) 
697713 
2007 
0.52 
19 
L. Rajendran 
Analytical solution for the steady state Chronoamperometric current for an EC’ reaction at spheroidal ultramicroelectrodes 
Journal of Theoretical and Computational Chemistry 
5(1) 
1124 
2006 
0.52 
18 
L. Rajendran 
Microring Electrode : Transient and steady state chronoamperometric current for first order Ec’reactions 
Electrochimica Acta 
51 
44394446 
2006 
4.088 
17 
L .Rajendran 
A two point Pade approximation of mass transfer rate at microdisc electrodes in a channel flow for all peclet numbers 
Electrochimica Acta 
51 
54075411 
2006 
4.088 
16 
C. Ahmed Basha L. Rajendran 
Theories of ultramicrodisc electrodes 
International Journal of Electrochemical Science 
1 
268282 
2006 
1.956 
15 
L. Rajendran S.P. Ananthi 
Analysis of positive feedback currents at scanning electrochemical microscope 
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 
561 
113118 
2004 
2.909 
14 
K. Ludwig L. Rajendran B. Speiser 
Erratum: Echem++ An object oriented problem solving environment for electrochemistry. Part I. A C++ class collection for electrochemical excitation function 
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry

571(1) 
119 
2004 
2.909 
13 
K. Ludwig L. Rajendran B. Speiser 
Echem++ An object oriented problem solving environment for electrochemistry. Part I. A C++ class collection for electrochemical excitation function 
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry

568 
203214 
2004 
2.909 
12 
L. Rajendran A. Subbiah, T. Vasudevan 
A Twopoint Padé approximation for masstransfer rate at rotating disc electrode 
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 
547 
173177 
2003 
2.909 
11 
L. Rajendran S.P.Ananthi

Transient Chronoamperometric current response at hemispheroidal ultramicroelectrodes 
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 
501 
210214 
2001 
2.909 
10 
L. Rajendran 
Pade approximation for ECE and DISP processes at channel electrodes 
Electrochemistry Communication 
2 
186189 
2000 
4.287 
9 
L. Rajendran M.V. Sangaranarayanan 
Chronoamperometric current at ultamicrospheriodal electrodes for steady state Ec’ reactionA twopoint Padé approximate 
Indian Journal of Chemistry A 
39 
356363 
2000 
0.628 
8 
L. Rajendran 
Analysis of nonsteady state current at hemispheroidal ultramicroelectrodes 
Electrochemistry Communication 
2 
531534 
2000 
4.287 
7 
L. Rajendran 
Pade approximation of EC’ processes at channel electrodes 
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry. 
487 
7274 
2000 
2.909 
6 
L. Rajendran 
Modelling of reactiondiffusion processes: the theory of catalytic electrode Processes at hemispheroidal ultramicroelectrodes 
Electrochemistry Communication

2 
679684. 
2000 
4.287 
5 
L. Rajendran S.P. Ananthi

Modelling of reaction – diffusion processes: part(ii) the theory of catalytic electrode Processes at hemi oblate and prolate ultra microelectrodes 
Electrochemistry Communication.

4 
7275 
2000 
4.287 
4 
L. Rajendran M.V. Sangaranarayanan 
Diffusion at ultramicrodisc electrodes: chronoamperic current for steady state Ec’ reaction using scattering analog techniques 
Journal of Physical Chemistry B 
103 
15181524 
1999 
3.377

3 
L. Rajendran R. Nallasamy 
Chronoamperometric current at ultramicroelectrodes: Padé approximation for a reversible electron transfer scheme 
Electroanalysis.

10(7) 
506511 
1998 
2.502 
2 
L. Rajendran M.V. Sangaranarayanan 
Diffusion at ultramicroelectrodes: chronoamperometric current response using padé approximation 
Journal of Physical Chemistry B 
101 
45834587 
1997 
3.377 
1 
L. Rajendran, M.V. Sangaranarayanan 
A two point Padé approximation for the nonsteady state chonoamperometric current at ultramicrodisc electrodes 
Journal of Elecroanalytical Chemistry 
392 
7578 
1995 
2.909 
COLLABORATIONS
1. 
Dr.C. Fernandez 
School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences, Robert Gordon University, AB107GJ, Aberdeen,UK 
2. 
Dr.Ammar Bin Yousaf 
Hefei National Lab for Physical Sciences at Microscale, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei 230026, China 
3. 
Prof.Angela Molina 
Department of Physical Chemistry, University of Murcia, 30100 Murcia, Spain 
4. 
Dr.E. Laborda 
Department of Physical Chemistry, University of Murcia, 30100 Murcia, Spain 
5. 
Dr.L. Wang 
College of Science, Northeastern University, Shenyang 110819, PR China 
6. 
Dr. L. K. Bieniasz 
Department of Complex Systems and Chemical Processing of Information, Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences, ul. Niezapominajek 8, 30239 Kracow, Poland 
7. 
Dr.Bernd speciser 
Institut für Organische Chemie 
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Prof. Dr. Qiuming Peng 
Vicedirector，State Key Laboratory of Metastable Materials Science and Technology, Yanshan University, Qinhuangdao 066004, P.R. China. Tel: 00863358057049; 008618630307226 