21. Sequential Infiltration Synthesis of Silicon Dioxide in Polymers with Ester Groups - Insight from In Situ Infrared Spectroscopy, Mahua Biswas, Vepa Rozzyev, Anil Mane, Amelia Korveziroska, Uttam Manna, Jeffrey Elam, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 128, 15, 6346–6356 (2024).

20. Resonant coupling of molecular excitons and optical anapoles in silicon nanosphere-J-aggregate heterostructures under vector beam illumination

Brighton Coe, Robert Sevik, Mahua Biswas, Uttam Manna, Applied Optics, 62, 20, 5487-5493 (2023).

19. Unraveling Dipolar Regime and Kerker Conditions in Mid‐Index Mesoscale Dielectric Materials, Brighton Coe, Jorge Olmos‐Trigo, Dylan Qualls, Minani Alexis, Michal Szczerba, Diego R Abujetas, Mahua Biswas, Uttam Manna, Advanced Optical Materials, 11, 3, 2202140 (2023).

18. Fabrication of TiO2 nanodot films using simple solution dipping method and block copolymer template

K Pandey, M Perez, A. Korveziroska, U Manna, M BiswasJournal of Applied Physics, 131, 074901 (2022)

17. Polycaprolactone: A Promising Addition to the Sequential Infiltration Synthesis Polymer Family Identified through In Situ Infrared Spectroscopy 

M Biswas, J Libera, S Darling, and J ElamACS Applied Polymer Materials, 2020, 2, 12, 5501–5510

(Selected as Cover Article)

16. Selective excitation and enhancement of multipolar resonances in dielectric nanospheres using cylindrical vector beams

U Manna, H Sugimoto, D Eggena, B Coe, R Wang, M Biswas, M FujiiJournal of Applied Physics 127 (3), 033101 (2020) 

(Selected as Cover Article)

15. Block Copolymer Templated Fabrication of TiO2 Nanodot Films Using Pulsed Laser Deposition

K Pandey, K Ghosh, U Manna, M BiswasThe Journal of Physical Chemistry C 122 (28), 16325-16332 (2018)

14. Block-copolymer assisted fabrication of anisotropic plasmonic nanostructures

C Gunder, PK Dhara, U Manna, M BiswasNanotechnology 29 (35), 355303 (2018)

13. New insights into sequential infiltration synthesis

JW Elam, M Biswas, S Darling, A Yanguas-Gil, JD Emery, ABF Martinson, ...ECS transactions 69 (7), 147-157 (2017)

12. Staining block copolymers using sequential infiltration synthesis for high contrast imaging and STEM tomography

T Segal-Peretz, J Winterstein, M Biswas, JA Liddle, JW Elam, NJ Zaluzec, ...Microscopy and Microanalysis 21 (S3), 611-612 (2015)

11. Kinetics for the sequential infiltration synthesis of alumina in poly (methyl methacrylate): An infrared spectroscopic study

M Biswas, JA Libera, SB Darling, JW ElamThe Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119 (26), 14585-14592 (2015)

10. Characterizing the Three-Dimensional Structure of Block Copolymers via Sequential Infiltration Synthesis and Scanning Transmission Electron Tomography

T Segal-Peretz, J Winterstein, M Doxastakis, A Ramirez-Hernandez, ...ACS nano 9 (5), 5333-5347 (2015)

9. New Insight into the Mechanism of Sequential Infiltration Synthesis from Infrared Spectroscopy

Mahua Biswas, Joseph A. Libera, Seth B. Darling, Jeffrey W. ElamChemistry of Materials, 26, 21, 6135–6141 (2014)

8. Microscopic origins of the surface exciton photoluminescence peak in ZnO nanostructures

M Biswas, YS Jung, HK Kim, K Kumar, GJ Hughes, S Newcomb, ...Physical Review B, 83 (23), 235320 (2011)

7. Multiphoton-absorption induced ultraviolet luminescence of ZnO nanorods using low-energy femtosecond pulses

SK Das, M Biswas, D Byrne, M Bock, E McGlynn, M Breusing, R GrunwaldJournal of applied physics 108 (4), 043107

6. Thermodynamic aspects of the gas atmosphere and growth mechanism in carbothermal vapour phase transport synthesis of ZnO nanostructures

RB Saunders, E McGlynn, M Biswas, MO HenryThin Solid Films 518 (16), 4578-4581

5. A study of drop-coated and chemical bath-deposited buffer layers for vapor phase deposition of large area, aligned, zinc oxide nanorod arrays

D Byrne, E McGlynn, K Kumar, M Biswas, MO Henry, G HughesCrystal growth & design 10 (5), 2400-2408

4. Spatial inhomogeneity of donor bound exciton emission from ZnO nanostructures grown on Si

M Biswas, HS Kwack, LS Dang, MO Henry, E McGlynnNanotechnology 20 (25), 255703 (2009)

3. Carbothermal reduction vapor phase transport growth of ZnO nanostructures: Effects of various carbon sources

M Biswas, E McGlynn, MO Henry, M McCann, A RaffertyJournal of Applied Physics 105 (9), 094306 (2009)

2. Carbothermal reduction growth of ZnO nanostructures on sapphire—comparisons between graphite and activated charcoal powders

M Biswas, E McGlynn, MO HenryMicroelectronics journal 40 (2), 259-261 (2009)
1.Growth of ZnO nanostructures on Au-coated Si: Influence of growth temperature on growth mechanism and morphologyRTR Kumar, E McGlynn, M Biswas, R Saunders, G Trolliard, B Soulestin, ...Journal of Applied Physics 104 (8), 084309 (2008)