Institute of Technology

Dr. Femina Jitendra Patel

Dr. Femina Jitendra Patel


Total Experience 16 Year
Educational Qualification Ph.D. Chemical Engineering - Nirma University
Research Area Heterogeneous Catalysis, Automotive Emission Control Technology, Urban Pollution Control Technology, Waste Water Treatment Technology
General information
Designation Associate Professor
Office Phone 07930642523
Cabin No PG - 107
Email femina.patel@nirmauni.ac.in

Dr. Femina Patel has an experience of 15 years in the field of Teaching. She has 10 papers published in International referred Journals, 2 papers in Procedia Engineering and 35 papers presented/published in International/National Conferences/Proceedings. She has written 2 books and 1 Book chapter. Dr. Patel awarded with Outstanding Young Chemical Engineer Award, ECMA's Learning Initiative Project Award, ISTE-IPCL Best M.Tech. Thesis Guide Award. The projects guided by her received National Awards like Go Green Emission Awards in SAE Baja (three times) Outstanding Young Chemical Engineer Award. Her research interests include Heterogeneous Catalysis and Automotive Emission Control Technology. She is a member of various prestigious organizations like ISTE, IIChE, SAE.


Current Activities : Recently working on Catalytic Converter for Automotive Exhaust Emission Control
Experience
Teaching 16 Year 8 Month
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Membership LM-ISTE, LM-IIChE, AM-SAE

Specialization
Specialization Areas Heterogeneous Catalysis, Automotive Emission Control Technology
Subject Taught UG Applied Instrumentation, Solid Fluid Operations, Process Calculations, Chemical Engineering Computations, Heat Transfer Operations, Mathematics for Chemical Engineers, Chemical Engineering Economic and Project Engineering, Air Pollution Control Techniques
Subject Taught PG Liquid Effluent Treatment, Urban Pollution Control, Solid Waste Treatment and Managements, Air Pollution Control Systems Design, Liquid Effluent Treatment , Advanced Catalytic Reaction Engineering

Hobbies
Reading, Watching TV, Cooking, Music

Dr. Femina Jitendra Patel - Achievements


TitleDescriptionAchieved On
Go Green Emission - SAE BAJA Competition Team STALLIONS won first prize worth Rs. 2.00 Lakh for Go Green Emission category to devise the innovative indigenous Catalytic Converter based on Pervoskites to reduce the tail pipe emission from the vehicle guided by Femina Patel in SAE BAJA competition held on 20-23 February 2014 at Pithampur, Indore - Guided by Prof. Femina Patel February 2014
UG Consolation Award (Blast Carboblocks/UHDE India Pvt. Ltd./Chemical Weekly Award) for the category of poster presentation Divyanshu Kothari, Pavas Jain won UG Consolation Award (Blast Carboblocks/UHDE India Pvt. Ltd./Chemical Weekly Award) for the category of poster presentation in 10th Outstanding Young Chemical Engineers Award - 2014 (OYCE) Competition Organized by Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers (IIChE), Thadomal Shahani Engineering College, Bandra, Mumbai - Guided by Prof. Femina Patel March 2014
Second prize (Blast Carboblocks/UHDE India Pvt. Ltd./Chemical Weekly Award) Panchami Patel, Nirali Patel won second prize (Blast Carboblocks/UHDE India Pvt. Ltd./Chemical Weekly Award) for the category of oral presentation in 10th Outstanding Young Chemical Engineers Award - 2014 (OYCE) Competition Organized by Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers (IIChE), Thadomal Shahani Engineering College, Bandra, Mumbai on 8th March 2014 - Guided by Prof. Femina Patel. March 2014
Won first prize for Best Paper presentation Julie Pardiwala won first prize for Best Paper presentation on “Degradation of Reactive Black (RB-5) induced Oxidation by NiFe2O4 using Sol-gel and Co-precipitation method under Microwave Irradiation”, International Conferences on Chemical Industry (ICCI-2014), Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Gandhinagar, 23rd August 2014 - Guided by Prof. Femina Patel and Prof. Sanjay Patel. August 2014
Won First Prize for Best paper presentation Julie Pardiwala won First Prize for Best paper presentation on" Application of NiFe2O4 photocatalyst prepared by Co-precipitation route in the degradation of Organic Pollutant under ultraviolet light, Microwave and sunlight", ISTE Students’ Chapter (IFEST 2K14), Nirma University, Ahmedabad, 15th – 17th October 2014 - Guided by Prof. Femina Patel and Prof. Sanjay Patel. October 2014
Won International Young Scientist Award for Best Oral Presentation Julie Pardiwala won International Young Scientist Award for Best Oral Presentation for paper “Comparison of two different photocatalyst: Spinel and Pervoskite prepared by sol-gel and co-precipitation methods for degradation of RB5 dye”, 4th International Science Congress (ISC-2014), Pacific University, Udaipur, Rajasthan, 8th – 9th December 2014 - Guided by Prof. Femina Patel and Prof. Sanjay Patel. December 2014
Outstanding Young Chemical Engineers Award - 2013 (OYCE) Won second prize (Blast Carboblocks Trophy) for the project “Synthesis of LaCoO3 and LaCo0.95Pd0.05O3 nano-perovskite catalysts by reactive grinding method for abating automotive CO emission” under the category for PG and Doctoral Student/Working Professional in 9th Outstanding Young Chemical Engineers Award - 2013 (OYCE) Competition organized by Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers (IIChE) Mumbai Regional Center held at Institute of Chemical Technology (ICT), Mumbai April 2013
Go Green Emission - SAE BAJA Competition Team STALLIONS won first prize worth Rs. 2.00 Lakh for Go Green Emission category to devise the innovative indigenous Catalytic Converter based on Pervoskites to reduce the tail pipe emission from the vehicle guided by Femina Patel in SAE BAJA competition held on 13-17 February 2013 at Pithampur, Indore - Guided by Prof. Femina Patel February 2013
Auto Mall Concept Car Design Competition Femina Patel, Lakin Naik, Shivam Pandit won second prize for the project “Catalytic Converter” in Auto Mall Concept Car Design Competition 2013 jointly organized by Relio Quick and Nirma University held on 22-24 February 2013 at Ahmedabad. February 2013
Second prize for the best project Lakin Naik (09BCH017) and Ankita Prajapati (09BCH023) won second prize for the best project entitled “Auto exhaust emission control using cheaper catalyst” guided by Femina Patel in Project exhibition cum competition organized by Institute of Technology, Nirma University, Ahmedabad - Guided by Prof. Femina Patel April 2013
Global Learning Initiative Project Competition Won first prize (Rs. 1.00 Lakh) in Global Learning Initiative Project competition for the project “Synthesis of LaCoO3 nano-perovskite catalysts by mechanochemical method for environmental application of automotive CO oxidation” during ECMA’s 1st International Conference on Pathways to meet future emission standards for off road engines organized by Emission Control Manufacturer Association, Delhi, 3-4th September 2012 September 2012
ISTE - IPCL Best M Tech Thesis Award Won second prize for ISTE - IPCL Best M Tech Thesis " Building a Cheaper Catalyst for Automotive Exhaust Emission Control" in Chemical Engineering as a Guide by ISTE – New Delhi. 2012

Dr. Femina Jitendra Patel - Experience


Institute / OrganizationDesignationDuration
Institute of Technology, Nirma University, AhmedabadAssociate Professor March 2014 To till date
Institute of Technology, Nirma University, AhmedabadAssistant Professor January 2008 To March 2014
Institute of Technology, Nirma University, AhmedabadSenior Lecturer February 2007 To January 2008
Institute of Technology, Nirma University, AhmedabadLecturer August 2002 To February 2007
Institute of Technology, Nirma University, AhmedabadAdhoc Lecturer August 2001 To August 2002
Institute of Technology, Nirma University, AhmedabadVisiting Lecturer August 2001 To August 2001

Dr. Femina Jitendra Patel - Publication


 

International Conference

TitleISSN / ISBN No PublisherVolumeYear
Removal of Color from Dye Wastewater using cheaper La0.5Ca0.5NiO3 adsorbent 978-93-82338-92-5  2013
Removal of Color from Dye Wastewater: A Review 978-93-82338-92-5  2013
Methods for Risk Representation and its Quantification    2013
La1-xSrxCoO3 (x=0, 0.2) perovskites type catalyst for carbon monoxide emission control from auto-exhaust 1877-7058Procedia Engineering, Elsevier Publication51 (2013) 324-3292013
Production of synthesis gas by carbon dioxide reforming of methane over nickel based and perovskite catalysts 1877-7058Procedia Engineering, Elsevier Publication51 (2013) 461-4662013
Synthesis of LaCoO3 nano perovskite catalysts by mechanochemical method for environmental application of automotive CO oxidation    2012
Carbon monoxide oxidation on LaCoO3 perovskite type catalysts prepared by reactive grinding    2011
LaCoO3 perovskite catalysts for the environmental application of automotive CO oxidation    2011
Catalytic combustion of carbon monoxide over LaCoO3 perovskite catalyst    2011
Recent trends in catalyst development for diesel engine exhaust emission control    2011
Review paper on catalytic converter for automotive exhaust emission    2011
Review paper on perovskite prepared by reactive grinding    2011
Review paper on PGM free catalyst for automotive exhaust emission    2010
Recent trends in catalyst development for automotive exhaust emissions control    2010
Automobile exhaust emissions control with perovskites based catalyst    2010
Synthesis of LaCoO3 by wet and dry chemical method for abating automotive CO emission     

International Journal

TitleISSN / ISBN No PublisherVolumeYear
Color Removal from Dye Wastewater using cost-effective La0.5Ca0.5NiO3 catalyst 2278-2540International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management and Applied Science (IJLTEMAS)III (I)2014
Color Removal from Dye Wastewater: A Review 2278-2540International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management and Applied Science (IJLTEMAS)III (I)2014
Catalytic combustion of carbon monoxide over LaCoO3 perovskite catalyst 0973-6921Journal of Environmental Research and Development (JERAD)6(4)2012
Recent trends in catalyst development for diesel engine exhaust emission control 0973-6921Journal of Environmental Research and Development (JERAD)6(4)2012
LaCoO3 perovskite catalysts for the environmental application of automotive CO oxidation 2277-2502Research Journal of Recent Sciences12012
Carbon monoxide oxidation on LaCoO3 perovskite type catalysts prepared by reactive grinding 2277-2502Research Journal of Recent Sciences12012

National Conference

TitleISSN / ISBN No PublisherVolumeYear
LaCoO3 perovskite type oxide synthesized by citrate method as CO oxidation catalyst    2012
A Review Paper on Automotive Emissions and its control    2009
A Review paper on Electro Fenton Process for Waste water treatment    2008
Removal of Phenolic Compounds by Advanced Oxidation Process (Fenton Process)    2007
Modeling of Bubble Column Reactor in Up Gradation of Waste Calcium Carbonate using Carbonation process    2006

Dr. Femina Jitendra Patel - Qualification


QualificationSpecializationUniversityPassing Year%Class
Ph.D. Chemical Engineering Nirma University, Ahmedabad January 2014   
M.E. Chemical Engineering Gujarat University, Dharmsinh Desai Institute of Technology, Nadiad April 2001 67.73First class with Distinction
B.E. Chemical Engineering Gujarat University, Dharmsinh Desai Institute of Technology, Nadiad April 1999 65.85First class with Distinction

Dr. Femina Jitendra Patel - Activity


Activity TypeActivity TitlePlaceDateFaculty Role
STTP / SDP / FDP / QIP Future Frontiers in Catalysis Nirma University, Ahmedabad30/06/2014Coordinator
STTP / SDP / FDP / QIP Environmental Monitoring and Analysis Nirma University, Ahmedabad21/06/2010Coordinator
STTP / SDP / FDP / QIP New Horizons of Bioprocess Engineering and Nanobiotechnology Application Nirma University, Ahmedabad18/12/2006Co-coordinator

Dr. Femina Jitendra Patel - Research Projects


TitleFund TypeAgencyStart DateDurationPrincipal Investigator
Synthesis of perovskites based catalyst Reactive grinding ball milling) for automotive exhaust emission controlInternal FundingNirma University02/10/20106 monthsPI - Dr. Femina Jitendra Patel
Development of non-noble metal based catalytic materials and their auto exhaust applicationInternal FundingNirma University02/01/20121 yearPI - Dr. Femina Jitendra Patel
Development of non-noble metal based catalytic materials and their auto exhaust applicationInternal FundingNirma University02/01/20121PI - Dr. Femina Jitendra Patel
Colour removal from Dyes waste water using pervoskites based on absorbentInternal FundingNirma University01/12/20131 yearPI - Dr. Femina Jitendra Patel
Affordable Pd doped Perovskite based catalytic converter for abating automotive emissionInternal FundingNirma University05/10/20153 YearsPI - Dr. Femina Jitendra Patel, Dr. Sanjay Patel,CO PI - Prof. Niraj Kiritkumar Shah

Dr. Femina Jitendra Patel - Project Guided


Project TitleDescriptionDuration
Hazard Identification and Quantitative Risk Assessment of Petrochemical Storgae Terminal Hazard Identification and Quantitative Risk Assessment Techniques are two of the most important techniques used in process industries. Hazard identification uses many data like chemical properties, toxicity etc. and different analysis methods to prevent and mitigate hazards in process industries and storage facilities. The approach must be determined based on the process being analyzed. In this report many literatures like Application Guides, research papers and Standards are reviewed and based on that different Hazard Identification Techniques like HAZOP, FMEA, and FTA are explained with example worksheets. HAZOP Technique was selected to identify the hazards involved in a Petrochemical storage terminal.The most critical identified hazards in HAZOP study is taken as scenario for QRA study of Petrochemical Storage Terminal. HAZOP was selected because of global acceptance and high reliability. HAZOP Study report and supporting documents are given in appendix. Major consequences in the operations were identified in HAZOP and will be used as scenarios in QRA study. Quantitative Risk assessment is a method for comprehensive understanding of the risk from a particular process or operation. Basically it is mathematical modeling tool to quantify the risk involved in any operation. It has two parts one is consequence part and another is risk part. Risk is calculated by multiplying frequency with the consequence. To find consequence, a model for the particular scenario is formed in Phast. As an example to find the consequence of leakage from the storage tank of gasoline, a model of storage tank with its details of storage capacity, physical dimension and storage condition are developed. Respectively weather setup as per the meteorological conditions are figured out and developed for the study as a day and night condition. In specific scenarios leak sizes are identified e.g. 10mm leak in gasoline storage tank. Results in terms of radiation, concentration and shock wave due over pressurization are given for individuals weather conditions. The study results are for different cases of fire like Jet Fire, Pool Fire, Flash Fire and Fireball etc. For risk calculation the consequence results are taken to the Phast Risk software where it is required to setup the run rows for the study. The distance traveled by different wind velocities in 16 wind direction is calculated and setup with run row to find its effects on risk. In theoretical concept the risk defined as the multiplication of consequence with its frequency. Frequency means the rate of failure of equipments, vessels, pipelines, road tankers etc. The failure frequency can be calculated by two different approaches, Event tree Analysis and Fuggi Method. The calculated frequency is combined with the consequence model to identify the overall risk. There are various sources to identify the failure frequency like UK hse guidelines, TNO purple book and OGP guidelines etc. Ignition s May 2016
Fabrication of automotive catalytic converter based on perovskite catalysts Automobile exhaust pollution contributes significantly to the air pollution. With fast increasing vehicle population even in developing countries, enormous amount of obnoxious emissions like CO, HC, NOx and particulate matter are being emitted. These pollutants have hazardous effects on environment and human health. Out of various technologies available for automobile exhaust emission control, a catalytic converter is found to be the best option to control the CO, HC, and NOx emissions from petrol driven vehicles. Catalytic converter that is made is use to convert the toxic emissions of gases SOx, NOx, CO and particulate matters that emits from the vehicles to less poisonous gases like N2, CO2 by reduction and oxidizing the exhaust, as both oxidation and reduction is carried out simultaneously so this converter is work on Redox reaction principle, the most efficient catalyst that is carried out both the process is Perovskite catalyst, this catalyst is prepared by conventional methods such as Sol-gel, Citrate, Co- precipitation but these methods produce low specific surface area Pervoskite, they are complicated and relatively less expensive to put in to practice. To overcome the limitations of above conventional methods a high energy planetary ball mill reactive grinding method is used. The surface area provide by the reactive grinding is more and it does not effect the environment so it is use for making slurry for wash coating the metallic and ceramic monolith by dip coating technique using zirconium oxide and Lanthanum oxide as a primer. In the present study, Pervoskite catalyst (LaCoO3, LaFe0.955 Pd0.04503 and LaFe0.79Co0.18 Pd0.03003) were prepared by citrate complexation, Sol-gel, Co- precipitation and Reactive grinding methods. Prepared Catalysts were characterized by various characterization techniques such as XRD and Particle size analysis. The catalytic performance of the pervoskite for automotive CO oxidation was carried out using atmospheric gas-solid fixed bed reactor with simulated gas mixture containing 1% CO, 1%O2 and balance N2 This project deals with the Fabrication of monolith both metallic and ceramic. Wash coating is performed on the metallic sheet (Stainless steel) to increase the catalytic activity by increasing the dispersion rate of catalyst on the catalyst support ,various slurry is prepared by different methods and using different additives using the Perovskite , it is noted that satisfactory amount of coating is obtained by using primer La203,and additive zirconium nitrate using pervoskite catalyst obtained by Co-precipitation method & Reactive grinding method and its characterization is carried out , further the metallic monolith is Fabricated using flat and Corrugated stainless steel sheets of 0.3mm is washcoated using the slurry prepared by the above mentioned procedure by dip coating technique . Washcoated metallic monolith is installed in the fabricated converter and the conversion rates of Auto May 2015
Automotive Exhaust Emission Control Using Perovskite Catalysts Prepared By Mechanochemical Synthesis Perovskites are mainly prepared by ceramic and wet chemical methods. These methods produce low specific surface area perovskite, they are complicated and relatively expensive to put into practice. To overcome the limitations of above conventional methods used for preparation of perovskites an improved high energy (planetary) ball mill has been designed and developed for reactive grinding. The reactive grinding method using improved planetary ball mill produces perovskites in an efficient, simpler and economical manner.overcome the limitations of above conventional methods used for preparation of perovskites an improved high energy (planetary) ball mill has been designed and developed for reactive grinding. In the present study, perovksite catalysts (LaCoO3, LaMnO3, LaFeO3 and LaCo0.95Pd0.05O3) were prepared by reactive grinding methods using process control agents (additives). Prepared catalysts were characterized by various characterization techniques such as TG-DTA, XRD, BET, SEM, EDX, TEM, particle size analysis, H2-TPR and O2-TPD. The catalytic performance of the perovskites for automotive CO oxidation was carried out using atmospheric gas-solid fixed bed catalytic reactor with simulated gas mixture containing 1% CO, 1% O2 and balance N2. May 2014
Color Removal from Dye Waste Water using Perovskites The family of perovskite-type oxides generally formulated as ABO3 (A is a rare earth metal with large ionic radius or alkali earth metals; B is a transition metal with a small ionic radius) are considered as an adsorbent/catalyst material for the removal of color from dyes waste water or dyes. This study has investigated the efficiency of perovskite-type catalysts prepared by reactive grinding, citrate complexation and sol-gel method as an adsorbents for removal of reactive black 5 (RB5) from an aqueous solution. Prepared perovskites were characterized by various characterization techniques. The effect of different variables including concentration of dye, different pH values, adsorbent doses and reaction time, for removal of RB5 on perovskite-type catalysts prepared by reactive grinding, citrate complexation and sol-gel methods has been evaluated. May 2014
Risk Assessment in Refinery by Various Quantitative Methods and Their Comparison Risk is normally presented in the form of qualitative and quantitative assessment in chemical industries to support decision-maker for safe design for plot plan and detail engineering of the process plant. Risk is the function of frequency of event (probability) and associated consequences. After the assessment of the frequency and consequence data, it is further integrated into a risk presentation that is relatively easy to understand and use. The risk is represented in various forms, a single-number index, in a tabular form, in the form of graph (e.g., F-N curve) and/or in a contours map (e.g., individual risk contour curve). The F-N curve is the product of probability or frequency F of events causing N number of fatalities. This research presents briefly some of the risk presentation methods with main focus on societal risk to onsite as well as offsite population by fatality curve which is known as F-N curve. The main aim of F-N curve is to identify whether the risk is in Intolerable /ALARP /Tolerable based on the fatality rate. The understanding, presentation and quantification of risk will be explained with the help of LSIR values and F-N Curve by PHAST software with case study of Chlorine Tonner catastrophic rupture scenario for toxic gas impact and MCB (Mono Chloro Benzene) Storage Tank catastrophic rupture for fire impact. May 2014
Cleaner Production in fertilizer industry   May 2013
Synthesis of perovskites based catalyst (Reactive grinding ball milling) and its application in auto exhaust emission control Perovskite oxides are alternative catalytic material to the noble metals used in Three Way Catalytic Converter for automotive CO oxidation because of their low cost, thermal stability at high temperature and excellent redox properties. Perovskites are mainly prepared by ceramic and wet chemical methods. These methods produce low specific surface area perovskite, they are complicated and relatively expensive to put into practice. To overcome the limitations of above conventional methods used for preparation of perovskites an improved high energy (planetary) ball mill has been designed and developed for reactive grinding. In the present study, an attempt has been made to synthesize perovksite based catalysts by reactive grinding method. Prepared perovskites were characterized by various characterization techniques such as XRD, BET, SEM, TEM, EDX, H2-TPR and O2-TPD. The catalytic activities of the perovskites for CO oxidation were measured using a fixed bed reactor with simulated gas mixture containing 1% CO, 1% O2 and balance N2. May 2012
Building a cheaper catalyst for automotive exhaust emission control Perovskite oxides of general formula ABO3 (where A and B are usually rare earth and transition metal cations respectively) is promising alternatives to supported noble metals for treatment of pollutants such as CO, HC and NOx from auto exhaust because of their low cost, good thermal and mechanical stability at high temperatures and excellent redox properties. Perovskites are mainly prepared by ceramic and wet chemical methods. In the present study, an attempt has been made to synthesize perovksite based catalysts by citrate and co-precipitation methods. Prepared perovskites were characterized by various characterization techniques such as XRD, BET, SEM, TEM, EDX, H2-TPR and O2-TPD. The catalytic activities of the perovskites for CO oxidation were measured using a fixed bed reactor with simulated gas mixture containing 1% CO, 1% O2 and balance N2. May 2012
Development of catalyst for automotive exhaust emission control The uses of automobiles have been increased exponentially day to day and hence also the tremendous increase in emission like CO, HC, NOx, particulate matters etc. These pollutants have negative impact on air quality, environment and human health that leads in stringent norms of pollutant emission. Perovskite oxides of general formula ABO3 (where A and B are usually rare earth and transition metal cations, respectively) promising alternatives to supported noble metals have attracted much attention for exhaust gas depollution because of their low cost, thermal stability at rather high temperatures, great versatility and excellent redox properties. PIn the present study, perovksite catalysts (LaCoO3, LaMnO3, LaFeO3, LaCo0.8Cu0.2O3, La0.8Sr0.2CoO3, La0.8Sr0.2Co0.8Cu0.2O3, La0.8Ce0.2CoO3 and LaCo0.95Pd0.05O3) were prepared by citrate complexation, co-precipitation and sol gel methods. Prepared catalysts were characterized by various characterization techniques.The catalytic performance of the perovskites for automotive CO oxidation was carried out using atmospheric gas-solid fixed bed catalytic reactor with simulated gas mixture containing 1% CO, 1% O2 and balance N2. May 2010
Electro-Fenton process for removal of Phenolic compound Conventional processes for waste water treatments are inefficient for the remediation of waste water containing toxic and biorecalcitrant organic pollutants. Advanced Oxidation processes have been successfully applied to degrade toxic/Biorecalcitrant pollutants present in waste water. These methods are based on the generation of very powerful oxidizing agent such as hydroxyl radicals in solution able to destroy organic up to their mineralization. In recent years new AOPs based on the electrochemical technology are being developed. As an electrochemical advanced oxidation process (EAOP), electro Fenton process is powerful for degrading the toxic and biorecalcitrant organic pollutants. This research focused on preliminary survey on electro Fenton process including the mechanism, electrolytic bath, electrode materials, aeration, various operation parameters and advantages - disadvantage of the process. May 2009
Removal of phenolic compound by using advanced oxidation process (Fenton Process) The simultaneous occurrence of Fenton and Photo-Fenton processes is an attractive process for contamination remediation involving high toxicity and low biodegradability species. The parameters such as fenton reagent loads, hydrogen peroxide concentration, Ph, phenol concentration etc. were optimized to remove Phenol from waste water containing Phenol. May 2008

Dr. Femina Jitendra Patel - PhD Students