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Dr. Santosh Bahadur Singh
Dr. Santosh Bahadur Singh
Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Allahabad, Prayagraj, U.P., India
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Catalysis: A Brief Review on Nano-Catalyst
SB Singh, PK Tandon
Journal of Energy and Chemical Engineering 2 (3), 106-115, 2014
1852014
Removal of arsenic (III) from water with clay-supported zerovalent iron nanoparticles synthesized with the help of tea liquor
PK Tandon, RC Shukla, SB Singh
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 52 (30), 10052-10058, 2013
1152013
Redox processes in water remediation
PK Tandon, SB Singh
Environmental chemistry letters 14, 15-25, 2016
462016
Nano‐Graphene as Groundbreaking Miracle Material: Catalytic and Commercial Perspectives
SB Singh, CM Hussain
ChemistrySelect 3 (33), 9533-9544, 2018
252018
Catalytic applications of copper species in organic transformations: A review
PK Tandon, SB Singh
Journal of Catalyst & Catalysis 1 (2), 21-34, 2014
252014
Liquid phase and microwave assisted oxidation of some hydrocarbons, aromatic aldehydes, and phenols by cerium (IV) catalyzed by iridium (III) in acidic medium
PK Tandon, M Srivastava, SB Singh, S Singh
Synthetic Communications® 38 (13), 2125-2137, 2008
242008
Catalysis by Ir(III), Rh(III) and Pd(II) metal ions in the oxidation of organic compounds with H2O2
PK Tandon, Gayatri, S Sahgal, M Srivastava, SB Singh
Applied Organometallic Chemistry 21 (3), 135-138, 2007
232007
Liquid-phase and solventless oxidation of cyclohexane, benzene, and other hydrocarbons by Cerium (IV) catalyzed by Iridium (III) in acidic medium
PK Tandon, M Srivastava, SB Singh, N Srivastava
Synthetic Communications® 38 (18), 3183-3192, 2008
212008
Synthesis of some aromatic aldehydes and acids by sodium ferrate in presence of copper nano‐particles adsorbed on K 10 montmorillonite using microwave irradiation
PK Tandon, SB Singh, M Srivastava
Applied Organometallic Chemistry 21 (4), 264-267, 2007
212007
Hexacyanoferrate (III) oxidation of arsenic and its subsequent removal from the spent reaction mixture
PK Tandon, SB Singh
Journal of hazardous materials 185 (2-3), 930-937, 2011
182011
Ru (III) catalysis in the reaction of hexacynoferrate (III) and iodide ions in perchloric acid medium
PK Tandon, A Mehrotra, M Shrivastava, M Dhusia, SB Singh
Transit. Met. Chem 32, 991-999, 2007
162007
IRIDIUM CHEMISTRY AND ITS CATALYTIC APPLICATIONS: A BRIEF
SB SINGH
Green Chemistry & Technology Letters 2 (4), 206-210, 2016
142016
Oxidation of hydrates of cyclic ketones by alkaline hexacyanoferrate (III)
PK Tandon, S Kumar, M Srivastava, SZ Khanam, SB Singh
Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical 261 (2), 282-287, 2007
132007
Enzyme catalysis and its role in food processing industries
SB Singh
Enzymes in Food Technology: Improvements and Innovations, 143-165, 2018
122018
Antimicrobial and oxidative properties of sodium ferrate for the combined removal of arsenic in drinking water with shell ash of Unio
PK Tandon, SB Singh, RC Shukla
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 52 (48), 17038-17046, 2013
112013
Ruthenium (III) catalysis in the reaction of hexacyanoferrate (III) and iodide ions in perchloric acid medium
PK Tandon, A Mehrotra, M Srivastava, M Dhusia, SB Singh
Transition Metal Chemistry 32, 74-80, 2007
92007
Copper nanocatalysis in multi-component reactions: A green to greener approach
SB Singh
Current Catalysis 7 (2), 80-88, 2018
72018
Water purification: A brief review on tools and techniques used in analysis, monitoring and assessment of water quality
SB Singh, MK Gupta, N Shukla, GL Chaurasia, S Singh, P Kumar
ADSORPTION 2 (2), 2016
72016
Oxidation of Hydrocarbons, Cyclic Alcohols and Aldehydes by in situ Prepared Sodium Ferrate.
PK Tandon, SB Singh, S Singh, B Kesarwani
Journal of Indian Chemical Society 89 (10), 1363-1367, 2012
72012
Oxidation of Vicinal Diols by Cerium (IV) in Aqueous Acidic Media Catalyzed by Rhodium (III)
PK Tandon, SZ Khanam, SB Singh
The Open Catalysis Journal 5, 1-7, 2012
72012
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