Debabrata Panda
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Cavitation technology—The future of greener extraction method: A review on the extraction of natural products and process intensification mechanism and perspectives
D Panda, S Manickam
Applied Sciences 9 (4), 766, 2019
Recent advancements in the sonophotocatalysis (SPC) and doped-sonophotocatalysis (DSPC) for the treatment of recalcitrant hazardous organic water pollutants
D Panda, S Manickam
Ultrasonics sonochemistry 36, 481-496, 2017
Controlled hydrodynamic cavitation: A review of recent advances and perspectives for greener processing
D Panda, VK Saharan, S Manickam
Processes 8 (2), 220, 2020
Sonochemical degradation of endocrine-disrupting organochlorine pesticide Dicofol: Investigations on the transformation pathways of dechlorination and the influencing operating …
P Debabrata, M Sivakumar
Chemosphere 204, 101-108, 2018
Hydrodynamic cavitation assisted degradation of persistent endocrine-disrupting organochlorine pesticide Dicofol: Optimization of operating parameters and investigations on the …
D Panda, S Manickam
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry 51, 526-532, 2019
Recent advancements in LC‐MS based analysis of biotoxins: Present and future challenges
D Panda, BP Dash, S Manickam, G Boczkaj
Mass spectrometry reviews 41 (5), 766-803, 2022
Heterogeneous Sono-Fenton treatment of decabromodiphenyl ether (BDE-209): Debromination mechanism and transformation pathways
D Panda, S Manickam
Separation and Purification Technology 209, 914-920, 2019
Kinetics and mechanism of low-frequency ultrasound driven elimination of trace level aqueous perfluorooctanesulfonic acid and perfluorooctanoic acid
D Panda, V Sethu, S Manickam
Chemical Engineering and Processing-Process Intensification 142, 107542, 2019
Removal of Hexabromocyclododecane using ultrasound-based advanced oxidation process: Kinetics, pathways and influencing factors
D Panda, V Sethu, S Manickam
Environmental Technology & Innovation 17, 100605, 2020
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