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Kandasamy Palanivelu
Kandasamy Palanivelu
Professor ,Centre for Climate Change and Disaster Management, Anna University
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Biosorption of nickel (II) ions onto Sargassum wightii: application of two-parameter and three-parameter isotherm models
K Vijayaraghavan, TVN Padmesh, K Palanivelu, M Velan
Journal of hazardous materials 133 (1-3), 304-308, 2006
10792006
The role of ferrous ion in Fenton and photo-Fenton processes for the degradation of phenol
V Kavitha, K Palanivelu
Chemosphere 55 (9), 1235-1243, 2004
7452004
Electrochemical treatment of industrial wastewater
D Rajkumar, K Palanivelu
Journal of hazardous materials 113 (1-3), 123-129, 2004
5282004
Biosorption of copper (II) and cobalt (II) from aqueous solutions by crab shell particles
K Vijayaraghavan, K Palanivelu, M Velan
Bioresource technology 97 (12), 1411-1419, 2006
4762006
Destruction of cresols by Fenton oxidation process
V Kavitha, K Palanivelu
Water research 39 (13), 3062-3072, 2005
3812005
Adsorptive removal of chlorophenols from aqueous solution by low cost adsorbent—Kinetics and isotherm analysis
M Radhika, K Palanivelu
Journal of hazardous materials 138 (1), 116-124, 2006
3202006
Degradation of nitrophenols by Fenton and photo-Fenton processes
V Kavitha, K Palanivelu
Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry 170 (1), 83-95, 2005
2712005
Removal of nickel (II) ions from aqueous solution using crab shell particles in a packed bed up-flow column
K Vijayaraghavan, J Jegan, K Palanivelu, M Velan
Journal of hazardous materials 113 (1-3), 223-230, 2004
2642004
Biosorption of copper, cobalt and nickel by marine green alga Ulva reticulata in a packed column
K Vijayaraghavan, J Jegan, K Palanivelu, M Velan
Chemosphere 60 (3), 419-426, 2005
2502005
Biosorption of cobalt (II) and nickel (II) by seaweeds: batch and column studies
K Vijayaraghavan, J Jegan, K Palanivelu, M Velan
Separation and purification technology 44 (1), 53-59, 2005
2452005
Batch and column removal of copper from aqueous solution using a brown marine alga Turbinaria ornata
K Vijayaraghavan, J Jegan, K Palanivelu, M Velan
Chemical Engineering Journal 106 (2), 177-184, 2005
2272005
Preconcentration and separation of copper, nickel and zinc in aqueous samples by flame atomic absorption spectrometry after column solid-phase extraction onto MWCNTs …
S Vellaichamy, K Palanivelu
Journal of hazardous materials 185 (2-3), 1131-1139, 2011
2042011
Indirect electrochemical oxidation of phenol in the presence of chloride for wastewater treatment
D Rajkumar, J Guk Kim, K Palanivelu
Chemical Engineering & Technology: Industrial Chemistry‐Plant Equipment …, 2005
1892005
Direct mineral carbonation of coal fly ash for CO2 sequestration
RRT Dananjayan, P Kandasamy, R Andimuthu
Journal of cleaner production 112, 4173-4182, 2016
1742016
Recovery of phenol from aqueous solution by supported liquid membrane using vegetable oils as liquid membrane
P Venkateswaran, K Palanivelu
Journal of Hazardous materials 131 (1-3), 146-152, 2006
1502006
Transport of textile dye in vegetable oils based supported liquid membrane
G Muthuraman, K Palanivelu
Dyes and Pigments 70 (2), 99-104, 2006
1302006
Studies on recovery of hexavalent chromium from plating wastewater by supported liquid membrane using tri-n-butyl phosphate as carrier
P Venkateswaran, K Palanivelu
Hydrometallurgy 78 (1-2), 107-115, 2005
1262005
Carbon Doping of TiO2 for Visible Light Photo Catalysis - A review
K Palanivelu, JS Im, YS Lee
Carbon letters 8 (3), 214-224, 2007
1202007
Solvent extraction of hexavalent chromium with tetrabutyl ammonium bromide from aqueous solution
P Venkateswaran, K Palanivelu
Separation and purification technology 40 (3), 279-284, 2004
1182004
Biochar from biomass waste as a renewable carbon material for climate change mitigation in reducing greenhouse gas emissions—A review
S Sri Shalini, K Palanivelu, A Ramachandran, V Raghavan
Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery 11, 2247-2267, 2021
1172021
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