Jayesh M. Sonawane
Jayesh M. Sonawane
Fulbright Fellow, University of Massachusetts, United States.
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Recent advances in the development and utilization of modern anode materials for high performance microbial fuel cells
JM Sonawane, A Yadav, PC Ghosh, SB Adeloju
Biosensors and bioelectronics 90, 558-576, 2017
Low-cost stainless-steel wool anodes modified with polyaniline and polypyrrole for high-performance microbial fuel cells
JM Sonawane, SA Patil, PC Ghosh, SB Adeloju
Journal of Power Sources 379, 103-114, 2018
Agricultural waste and wastewater as feedstock for bioelectricity generation using microbial fuel cells: Recent advances
S Pandit, N Savla, JM Sonawane, AMD Sani, PK Gupta, AS Mathuriya, ...
Fermentation 7 (3), 169, 2021
Microbial fuel cell-based biological oxygen demand sensors for monitoring wastewater: state-of-the-art and practical applications
JM Sonawane, CI Ezugwu, PC Ghosh
ACS sensors 5 (8), 2297-2316, 2020
Landfill leachate: A promising substrate for microbial fuel cells
JM Sonawane, SB Adeloju, PC Ghosh
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 42 (37), 23794-23798, 2017
Treatment of domestic and distillery wastewater in high surface microbial fuel cells
JM Sonawane, E Marsili, PC Ghosh
International journal of hydrogen energy 39 (36), 21819-21827, 2014
Multi-electrode microbial fuel cell (MEMFC): a close analysis towards large scale system architecture
JM Sonawane, A Gupta, PC Ghosh
International journal of hydrogen energy 38 (12), 5106-5114, 2013
A comprehensive understanding of electro-fermentation
DD Bhagchandanii, RP Babu, JM Sonawane, N Khanna, S Pandit, ...
Fermentation 6 (3), 92, 2020
Exploring the use of polyaniline-modified stainless steel plates as low-cost, high-performance anodes for microbial fuel cells
JM Sonawane, S Al-Saadi, RKS Raman, PC Ghosh, SB Adeloju
Electrochimica Acta 268, 484-493, 2018
Microbial biofilms: Recent advances and progress in environmental bioremediation
JM Sonawane, AK Rai, M Sharma, M Tripathi, R Prasad
Science of The Total Environment 824, 153843, 2022
Fabrication of a carbon paper/polyaniline-copper hybrid and its utilization as an air cathode for microbial fuel cells
JM Sonawane, D Pant, PC Ghosh, SB Adeloju
ACS Applied Energy Materials 2 (3), 1891-1902, 2019
Microarray data classification using dual tree m-band wavelet features
JM Sonawane, SD Gaikwad, G Prakash
International journal of advances in signal and image sciences 3 (1), 19-24, 2017
Recent progress in microbial fuel cells using substrates from diverse sources
JM Sonawane, R Mahadevan, A Pandey, J Greener
Heliyon 8 (12), 2022
Denitrification process in microbial fuel cell: A comprehensive review
A Vijay, JM Sonawane, M Chhabra
Bioresource Technology Reports 17, 100991, 2022
Hydrodynamic interventions and measurement protocols to quantify and mitigate power overshoot in microbial fuel cells using microfluidics
MA Amirdehi, L Gong, N Khodaparastasgarabad, JM Sonawane, ...
Electrochimica Acta 405, 139771, 2022
Redox-active metal-organic frameworks for the removal of contaminants of emerging concern
CI Ezugwu, JM Sonawane, R Rosal
Separation and Purification Technology 284, 120246, 2022
Economic assessment of nanomaterials in bio-electrical water treatment
M Siegert, JM Sonawane, CI Ezugwu, R Prasad
Advanced research in nanosciences for water technology, 1-23, 2019
Mainstreaming microfluidic microbial fuel cells: a biocompatible membrane grown in situ improves performance and versatility
L Gong, MA Amirdehi, JM Sonawane, N Jia, LT de Oliveira, J Greener
Lab on a Chip 22 (10), 1905-1916, 2022
Electrokinetic behaviour of conducting polymer modified stainless steel anodes during the enrichment phase in microbial fuel cells
JM Sonawane, PC Ghosh, SB Adeloju
Electrochimica Acta 287, 96-105, 2018
Effect of membrane biofouling on the performance of microbial electrochemical cells and mitigation strategies
DA Jadhav, S Pandit, JM Sonawane, PK Gupta, R Prasad, AD Chendake
Bioresource Technology Reports 15, 100822, 2021
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