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Sl. No.Title of the paperName of the journalInternational / NationalVol. No. / Issue No./ Page No. / YearAuthors
1Synthesis and Characterization of Mesoporous, Nanostructured Zinc Aluminium Carbonate Layered Double Hydroxides (ZAC-LDHs) and Its Calcined Product (CZA-LDH)Journal of Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers and MaterialsInternationalSpecial Issue
pp.1-9
February 2018
K.Manjula Rani
P.N.Palanisamy
2Comparative studies of functionalized polyacrylamide/graphite composites for the removal of direct blue 2b from aqueous solutionSeparation Science and TechnologyInternationalVol.53, No.4
pp.584-597
January 2018
K.Gayathri
P.N.Palanisamy
3Comparative studies on adsorption of dyeing industry effluents by activated carbon and polymer coated sawdust prepared from the fruit of Cordia sebestenaDesalination and Water Treatment InternationalVol.89
pp.210216
September 2017
A.Geetha
P.N.Palanisamy
4Preparation and Characterization of Activated Carbon from the Fruit of Cordia Sebestena as a Novel Adsorbent for Dye Removal Asian Journal of Science and Applied Technology InternationalVol.6, No.2
pp.39-45
2017
A.Geetha
P.N.Palanisamy
5Polypyrrole coated sawdust as a novel adsorbent for the removal of direct and reactive dyes from aqueous solutions - a comparative study International Journal of Applied Science Engineering & Management InternationalVol.3, No.8
pp.11-16
2017
A.Geetha
P.N.Palanisamy
6Adsorptive removal of direct red -7 from aqueous solution by uncalcined and calcinedzincaluminium carbonate layered double hydroxide-kinetics and isotherm studyDesalination and water Treatment InternationalVol.85
pp.226-236
2017
K.Manjula Rani
P.N.Palanisamy
7Synthesis, characterization and anti-inflammatory evaluation of novel substituted tetrazolodiazepine derivativesIndian Journal of Chemistry (Section B)InternationalVol.56B,No.7
pp.732-739
July 2017
S.Sathishkumar
Helen P. Kavitha
8Preparation and Characterization of Activated Carbon from the Fruit of Cordia Sebestena as a Novel Adsorbent for Dye Removal Asian Journal of Science and Applied Technology NationalVol.6, No.2
pp.39-45
2017
A.Geetha
P.N.Palanisamy
9Enhanced Adsorptive Removal of Anionic Dyes by using Calcined Zinc Aluminium Layered Double Hydroxide CZA-LDH from Aqueous SolutionAsian Journal of Research in Social Sciences and HumanitiesInternationalVol.7, No.3
pp.406-423
March 2017
K.Manjula Rani
P.N.Palanisamy
10Comparative studies on the adsorptive removal of Acid Violet-17 dye from aqueous solution by using zinc aluminium carbonate-LDH (ZAC-LDH) and modified LDHDesalination and Water TreatmentInternationalVol.65
pp.337345
March 2017
K.Manjula Rani
P.N.Palanisamy
11An Investigation on Water quality parameters in Textile industry effluent by using Zinc Aluminium Carbonate Llayered double hydroxide (ZAC-LDH) and Calcined Zinc Aluminium Layered double hydroxide (CZA-LDH)International Journal of Advance Research in Science, EngineeringInternationalVol.6, No.3
March 2017
K.Manjula Rani
P.N.Palanisamy
12Influence of Chemical Structure of Reactive Blue, Direct Red and Acid Violet Dyes on the Decolonization Efficiency by Photo Assisted Chemical Oxidation ProcessInternational Journal of Engineering & Technology Research InternationalVol.5, No.1
pp.1-15
2017
P.Manikandan
P.N.Palanisamy
R.Baskar
P.Sakthisharmila
13 A characteristic study on generation and interactive effect of electro coagulated floc with Direct Green 1 and Reactive Red 2 Journal of Molecular LiquidsInternationalVol.231
pp.160-167
2017
P.Sakthisharmila
P.N.Palanisamy
P.Manikandan
14Adsoptive removal of Acid orange 7 from industrial effluents using activated carbon and conducting polymer composite- A comparative studyIndian Journal of Chemical TechnologyNationalVol.23, pp.506-5012
November 2016
S.Supriya
P.N.Palanisamy
15Removal of Acidic Dye (Acid Violet 4bs) From aqueous solutions using modified forms of adsorbentsInternational Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering TechnologyInternationalVol.4. No.10
pp.269-273
October 2016
A.Geetha
P.N.Palanisamy
16Removal of disperse red 9 from textile wastewater using acid activated carbon and polypyrrole nano composite-A comparative studyJournal of applied science InternationalVol.2, No.7
pp.43-58
July 2016
S.Supriya
P.N.Palanisamy
17A Review on Environmentally-safe Corrosion deterrence of Metals in Various MediaIRA-International Journal of Applied SciencesInternationalVol.4, No.1
pp.49-60
July 2016
R.Vasantha Jothi
R.Saratha
S.V.Priya
18Impediment effect of Galinsoga parviflora (Quick Weed) on Mild Steel Corrosion in 1 M HClChemical Science Review and LettersInternationalVol.5, No.18
pp.115-126
June 2016
P.Divya
R.Saratha
S.V.Priya
19 Consequences Of Flash Floods On The Quality of Water in The Noyyal RiverInternational Journal of Engineering Science Invention Research And DevelopmentInternationalVol.2, No.12
pp.2349-6185
2016
K.Prabhakaran
A.Asaithambi
20Optimization of treatment efficiency of UV/H2O2 process on simulated textile industry wastewaterDesalination and Water TreatmentInternationalDOI:10.1080/
19443994.2016.
1172983
P.Manikandan
P.N.Palanisamy
21Corrosion Inhibition of Mild Steel in 1 M HCl and 0.5 M H2SO4 by Natural Product Extract - A Comparative Analysis by Electrochemical Studies International Journal of Advanced Research in Chemistry and Chemical EngineeringInternationalVol.1, pp.41-47
March 2016
S.V.Priya
R.Saratha
22Sorptive removal of congored by polypyrrole alumina composite Environmental Science- An Indian JournalNational Vol.12, No.2
pp.70-77
2016
M.Karthikeyan
K.Ramalakshmi
K.K.Satheesh Kumar
K.P.Elango
23Studies on adsorptive removal of direct green 6 using non-conventional activated carbon and polypyrrole compositeDesalination and water treatmentInternationalDOI:10.1080/
19443994.2015.
1107505 December 2015
A.Geetha
P.N.Palanisamy
24In-silico anti-inflammatory evaluation of some novel tetrazolo and triazolodiazepine derivatives against COX-2 proteinInternational Journal of Advanced Chemical Science and ApplicationsInternationalVol.3, No.1
pp.24-30
2015
S.Sathishkumar
Helen P.Kavitha
S.Arulmurugan
25Equilibrium and kinetic studies for the adsorption of Basic Red 29 from aqueous solutions using activated carbon and conducting polymer compositeDesalination and Water TreatmentInternationalDOI:10.1080/19443994.
2015.1020510
2015
A.Geetha
P.N.Palanisamy
26Application of Activated Carbon and Polypyrrole Coated Sawdust for Adsorption of Acidic Dye from Aqueous Solutions: A Comparative StudyAsian Journal of Chemistry InternationalVol.27, No.8
pp.2813-2818
2015
A.Geetha
P.N.Palanisamy
27Kinetics and Equilibrium Studies on The Removal of Anionic Dyes using Polyaniline Coated Sawdust Composite International Journal of Chem Tech ResearchInternationalVol.7, No.5
pp.2439-2447
2015
A.Geetha
P.N.Palanisamy
28Studies on adsorptive removal of Direct Green 6 using a non-conventional activated carbon andpolypyrrole compositeDesalination and Water TreatmentInternationalDOI:10.1080/19443994.
2015.1107505
2015
A.Geetha
P.N.Palanisamy
29Characterization and adsorption studies of activated carbon and polymer coated sawdust for the removal of various pollutants from industrial wastewater Pelagia Research Library Der Chemica Sinica InternationalVol.6, No.6
pp.66-71
2015
S.Supriya
P.N.Palanisamy
30Removal of Hazardous reactive violet dyes using an electro active conducting polymerInternational Journal of Advance Research In Science and EngineeringInternationalVol.4, No.5
May 2015
S.Supriya
P.N.Palanisamy
31Retrieval of fluoride using polyaniline polypyrrole compositeAsian Journal of Science and Applied TechnologyInternationalVol.4, No.2
pp.15-23
December 2015
M.Karthikeyan
R.Muthupandi
K.K.Satheesh Kumar
K.P.Elango
32Comparative study on adsorptive removal of acid orange from wastewater using activated carbon and conducting polymerInternational Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering TechnologyInternationalVol.3, No.9
pp.170-177
September 2015
S.Supriya
P.N.Palanisamy
33Advanced Non-Conventional Activated Carbon and Sawdust Coated with Polymers for the remediation of Dye House EffluentIJIRSET JournalInternationalVol.4, No.9
September 2015
A.Geetha
P.N.Palanisamy
34Adsorptive removal of basic violet dye form aqueous solution by activated carbon prepared form Tea dust materialInternational Journal of Innovative Research In Science, Engineering and TechnologyInternationalVol.4, No.8
pp.6845-6853
August 2015
K.Manjula Rani
P.N.Palanisamy
S.Gayathri
S.Tamilselvi
35 Novel Non-Conventional Adsorbent for the Remediation of Dye Bearing WastewaterEnvironmental AsiaInternationalVol.8, No.2
pp.78-84
July 2015
P.Srinivasan
P.Sivakumar
36Biologically active benzimidazole derivativesMini-reviews in organic chemistryInternationalVol.12
pp.178-195
2015
Subramaniyn Arulmurugan
Helen
P.Kavitha
Samiyappan Sathishkumar
Rajaram Arulmozhi
37Removal of reactive orange 16 from aqueous solution using activated carbon and polypyrrole coated sawdust composite prepared from cordial sebestenaDer Chemical SinicaInternationalVol.6, No.7
pp39-49
2015
A.Geetha
P.N.Palanisamy
38Chemometric Analysis of Water Quality Parameters of Dindigul District-A Seasonal Variation StudyInternational Journal of Research in Chemistry and EnvironmentInternationalVol.5, No.2
pp.44-54
April 2015
M.Karthikeyan
K.P.Elango
39Physico Chemical analysis of textile industrial effluents form Tirupur city, TN, IndiaInternational Journal of Advanced Research in Science and EnvironmentInternationalVol.4, No.2
pp.93
February 2015
P.Manikandan
P.N.Palanisamy
R.Baskar
P.Sivakumar
P.Sakthisharmila
40Synthesis, Characterization and Anti-inflammatory Activity of Novel Triazolodiazepine DerivativesJournal of Applied ChemistryInternationalVol.8, No.1
pp.47-52
January 2015
S.Sathishkumar
Helen P.Kavitha
41Adsorption of acidic and basic dyes form aqueous solutions using polyaniline coated sawdust as an adsorbentJournal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical ResearchInternationalVol.7, No.2
pp.268-274
2015
A.Geetha
P.N.Palanisamy
42Evaluation of UV/H2O2 advanced oxidation process (AOP) for the degradation of acid orange7 and basic violet 14 dye in aqueous solutionInternational journal of Emerging Technologies in computational and applied sciences (IJETCAS)InternationalVol.9, No.2
pp.148-151
August 2014
P.Manikandan
P.N.Palanisamy
R.Ramya
D.Nalini
43Polypyrrole nano composite-An efficient and novel adsorbent for the removal of diperse red 9 from textile wastewaterPollution Research InternationalVol.33, No.4
pp.801-806
2014
S.Supriya
P.N.Palanisamy
44Synthesis and characterization of amorphous nano-silica from biomass ashInternational Journal of Advanced Technology in Engineering and ScienceInternationalVol.2, No.10
pp.71-76
October 2014
K.Manjula Rani
P.N.Palanisamy
P.Sivakumar
45Synthesis and Characterization of Pyrazolo[3,4-b] Quinoline-A Finer Approach to the Drug ChemistryInternational Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology InternationalVol.3, No.9
pp.15966- 15973
September 2014
K.Manjula Rani
S.P.Rajendran
46Preparation and Characterization of Activated Carbon from Casuarina for the Removal of Dyes from Textile WastewaterInternational Journal of ChemTech ResearchInternationalVol.6, No.7
pp.3635-3641
Sep-Oct 2014
S.Supriya
P.N.Palanisamy
P.Shanthi
47Studies on the Removal of Dyes using polypyrrole-A Kinetic and Thermodynamic approachInternational Journal of Research in Chemistry and EnvironmentInternationalVol.4, No.3
pp.149-155
July 2014
M.Karthikeyan
P.Raj Kumar
S.ArunPrabhakaran
K.K.Satheesh Kumar
K.P.Elango
48Equilibrium uptake and sorption Dynamics for the removal of acid Dyes using Euphorbia Tirucalli L woodInternational journal of Chemical Technology and Research InternationalVol.6, No.2
pp.1478-1488
June 2014
A.Agalya
P.N.Palanisamy
P.Sivakumar
49Water Quality Assessment Of Some Dug And Bore Wells In And Around Chittode, Erode Dist, TamilnaduInternational Journal of Advance Research in Science & EngineeringInternationalVol.3, No.8
pp.11-23
August 2014
A.Revathi
M.Asaithambi
P.N.Palanisamy
A.Geetha
50Removal of Congo Red Dye from Aqueous Solution by Polyaniline-Montmorrillonite Composite Chemical Science Review and LettersInternationalVol.2, No.8
pp.606-614
April 2014
S.Karthikaikumar
M.Karthikeyan
K.K.Satheesh Kumar
51Comparison of fastness properties and colour strength of dyed cotton fabrics with eco-friendly natural dyesThe ExperimentInternationalVol.8, No.3
pp.483-489
2013
M.Kumaresan
P.N.Palanisamy
P.E.Kumar
52Preparation and characterization of activated carbon prepared from Euphorbia Tirucalli L wood for the removal of textile dyes from wastewaterInternational journal of Chemical ScienceInternationalVol.11, No.2
pp.957-967
2013
A.Agalya
P.N.Palanisamy
P.Sivakumar
53Crossandra Infundibuliformis Leaves as Corrosion Inhibitor for Mild Steel In 1 M Hcl And 0.5 M H2SO4 -A Comparative StudyJ. Environ. Nanotechnol.InternationalVol.3, No.1
pp.30-36
2013
S.V.Priya
R.Saratha
54Charge transfer complexes of quinones in aqueous medium: Spectroscopic and theoretical studies on interaction of cimetidine with novel substituted 1,4-benzoquinones and its application in colorimetric sensing of anionsSpectrochimica Acta part AInternationalVol.114
pp.256-266
2013
C.Balraj
A.Satheshkumar
K.Ganesh
K.P.Elango
55Spectral and theoretical studies on the molecular complexes of azacyclonol with new ?-acceptors, alkoxy substituted 1,4-benzoquinonesJournal of Molecular StructureInternationalVol.1035, pp.157-164
2013
C.Balraj
A.Satheshkumar
K.Ganesh
K.P.Elango
56Molecular complexes of L-phenylalanine with substituted 1,4-benzoquinones in aqueous medium: Spectral and theoretical investigationsSpectrochimica Acta part AInternationalVol.116, pp.301-310
2013
K.Ganesh
E.H.El-Mosssalamy
A.Satheshkumar
C.Balraj
K.P.Elango
57Synthesis and characterization of molecular complexes of cimetidine with water soluble 1,4-benzoquinonesJournal of Molecular StructureInternationalVol.1050, pp.166-173
2013
C.Balraj
A.Satheshkumar
K.Ganesh
E.H.El-Mosssalamy
K.P.Elango
58Substituent effect on the electron acceptor property of 1,4-benzoquinone towards the formation of molecular complex with sulfamethoxazoleSpectrochimica Acta part AInternationalVol.107, pp.156-166
2013
K.Ganesh
A.Satheshkumar
C.Balraj K.P.Elango
59Spectroscopic studies on the formation of molecular complexes of sulfamethoxazole with novel 2,3,5-trichloro-6-alkoxy-1,4-benzoquinonesJournal of Molecular StructureInternationalVol.1033, pp.312-320
2013
K.Ganesh
C.Balraj
A.Satheshkumar
K.P.Elango
60Synthesis and biological applications of triazole derivatives- A ReviewMini-Reviews in Organic ChemistryInternationalVol.10, pp.40-65
2013
S.Sathishkumar
Helen P.Kavitha
61Kinetic and isotherm studies for the adsorption of a textile dye using PVA matrix supported activated carbonArchives of Applied Science ResearchInternationalVol.5, No.6
pp.132-140
December 2013
P.Srinivasan
P.Sivasumar
S.Raja
62Dyeing of Silk Fabric with Eco-Friendly natural dyes obtained from spathodea campanulata and Cordia sebestena: A comparisonAsian Journal of ChemistryInternationalVol.25, No.10
pp.8513
Nov 2013
P.N.Palanisamy
M.Kumaresan
P.E.Kumar
63Polypyrrole Montmorillonite composite used as an adsorbent for the removal of congored from aqueous solutionEnvironmental Science An Indian JournalNationalVol.8, No.12
pp.453
Oct 2013
M.Karthikeyan
K.K.Sateesh Kumar
P.Sathya
64Adsorption studies of dyeing industry effluents using activated carbon and polymer compositesInternational Journal of engineering and managementInternationalVol. 4, No.1
pp.119-125, 2013
A.Agalya
P.Sivakumar
P.N.Palanisamy
65Polypyrrole composite-A Potential Material for the Removal of Acid dyes Asian Journal of ChemistryInternationalVol. 25, No.11
pp.5891-5896, 2013
A.Agalya
P.Sivakumar
P.N.Palanisamy
66Equilibrium uptake of sorption dynamics for the removal of reactive dyes from aqueous solution using activated carbon prepared form Euphorbia tirucalli L woodIndian Journal of chemical technologyNationalVol.20, pp.245-251
2013
A.Agalya
P.Sivakumar
P.N.Palanisamy
67Polyaniline Nanocomposite for the adsorption of reactive dye from aqueous solutions: Equilibrium and Kinetic studiesAsian Journal of ChemistryInternationalVol. 25, No.8
pp.4145-4149, 2013
A.Agalya
P.Sivakumar
P.N.Palanisamy
68PVA supported Microporous adsorbents for the remediation of dye house wastewaterJournal of Scientific & Industrial ResearchNationalVol.72, No.3
pp.193-197, March 2013
P.Srinivasan
P.Sivasumar
S.Raja
69Application of eco-friendly natural dye on cotton using combination of mordantsIndian J. Fiber and Textile Res.NationalVol.37, pp.194-198
2012
M.Kumaresan
P.N.Palanisamy
70Use of activated carbon of Thevetia Peruviana wood for the adsorption of acid violet dye from aqueous solutionsAsian Journal of Research in ChemistryInternationalVol.5, No.4
pp.332-337
2012
J.Raffiea Baseri
P.N.Palanisamy
P.Sivakumar
71Preparation and characterization of activated carbon from Thevetia Peruviana for the removal of dyes from textile wastewaterPelagia Research Library-Advances in Applied Science ResearchInternationalVol.3, No.1
pp.377-383
2012
J.Raffiea Baseri
P.N.Palanisamy
P.Sivakumar
72Comparative Studies of the adsorption of direct dye on activated carbon and conducting polymer compositeE-Journal of ChemistryInternationalVol.9, No.3
pp.1122-1134
2012
J.Raffiea Baseri
P.N.Palanisamy
P.Sivakumar
73Adsorption of basic dyes from textile effluents by the activated carbon prepared from Thevetia PeruvianaIndian Journal of chemical TechnologyInternationalVol.19, pp.311-321
2012
J.Raffiea Baseri
P.N.Palanisamy
P.Sivakumar
74Polymer composite-A potential biomaterial for the removal of reactive dyeE-Journal of ChemistryInternationalVol.9, No.4
pp.1823-1834
2012
P.N.Palanisamy
A.Agalya
P.Sivakumar
75Studies on adsorptive removal of cationic dyes using a novel non-conventional activated carbonAdvances in applied Science researchInternationalVol.3, No.3
pp.1220-1230
2012
A.Agalya
P.N.Palanisamy
P.Sivakumar
76Kinetics, equilibrium studies on removal of ionic dyes using a novel non-conventional activated carbonInternational journal chemistry ResearchInternationalVol.3, No.1
pp.62-68
2012
A.Agalya
P.N.Palanisamy
P.Sivakumar
77Application of eco friendly natural dye obtained from Cordia-Sebestena on cotton using combination of mordantsJournal of Natural Product and Plant ResourcesInternationalVol. 2, No.1
pp.32-38
2012
M.Kumaresan
P.N.Palanisamy
P.E.Kumar
78Adsorption of Reactive Dye by a Novel Activated carbon prepared from Thevetia PeruvianaInternational journal chemistry ResearchInternationalVol.3, No.2
pp.36-41
2012
P.N.Palanisamy
J.Raffiea Baseri
P.Sivakumar
79Dyeing of silk Fabric with Eco-friendly natural dyes using single mordants: comparison of fastness properties and colour strengthResearch in Pharmaceutical and Biomedical SciencesInternationalVol.3, No.4
pp.1614-1620, 2012
P.N.Palanisamy
M.Kumaresan
P.E.Kumar
80Dyeing of Cotton Fabric with Eco-Friendly Natural Dyes Using Single Mordants: Comparision of Fastness properties and Colour strengthUniversal Journal of Environmental Research and TechnologyInternationalVol.2, pp.280-285
2012
P.N.Palanisamy
M.Kumaresan
P.E.Kumar
81Application of polyaniline nanocomposite for the adsorption of acid dye from aqueous solutionsE-journal of ChemistryInternationalVol.9, No.3
pp.1266-1275, 2012
P.N.Palanisamy
Raffiea Baseri
P.Sivakumar
82Studies on the defluoridation of water using conducting polymer/montmorillonite compositesEnvironmental Technology InternationalVol.33
pp.733-739, 2012
M.Karthikeyan
83Dyeing of cotton and silk fabrics using stem of Achras sapota extract: Effects of mordanting and dyeing process variables on colour yield and colour fastness propertiesThe Asian J. experimental Chem.InternationalVol. 6, No.1
pp.1-7
2011
M.Kumaresan
P.N.Palanisamy
84Photocatalytic Removal of an Azo Dye and an Anthraquinanone Dye Using TiO2 immobilized on ceramic tilesE Journal of Chemistry International Vol. 8, No.2
pp.581-586
2011
S.K.Kavtitha
P.N.Palanisamy
85Photocatalytic and Sonophotocatalytic Degradation of Reactive Rde 120 using Dye Sensitized TiO2 under Visible LightWorld Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology C: Civil and Environmental Engineering International Vol.3, No.1
pp. 1-6, 2011
S.K.Kavtitha
P.N.Palanisamy
86Novel non-conventional activated carbon for the remediation of dyeing industry effluentInternational Journal of Civil and Environmental Engineering InternationalVol.3, No.1, pp.45-50, 2011P.Sivakumar
P.N.Palanisamy
87Application of ecofriendly natural dyes on cotton obtained from flower of Spathadia Campanulata on silk using combination of mordantsEuropean journal of Scientific ResearchInternational Vol.52, No.3, pp.306-312, 2011M.Kumaresan
P.N.Palanisamy
88Gas chromatography-mass spectroscopic analysis of flower of cordial sebestenaChemical Science & Res.InternationalVol.1, No.4, pp.25-28, 2011M.Kumaresan
P.N.Palanisamy
89Non-Conventional Low-Cost Adsorbent from Euphorbia antiquorum L for the removal of Direct Blue 53 from its aqueous solution.Indian Journal of Chemical TechnologyNationalVol.18, pp.188-196
May 2011
P.Sivakumar
P.N.Palanisamy
90Application of eco-friendly natural dye on silk using combination of mordantsInternational Journal of Chemistry ResearchInternationalVol.2, No.1, pp.11-14, 2011M.Kumaresan
P.N.Palanisamy
91Chemical Investigation of flower of Spathodea campanulata by GS-MSNational Production Plant ResourceInternationalVol.1, No.2, pp.14-17, 2011M.Kumaresan
P.N.Palanisamy
P.E.Kumar
92Dyeing of cotton using flower of cordia sebestens: effects of mordanting and fastness propertiesAsian Science ResearchInternationalVol.1, No.4, pp.137-142, 2011M.Kumaresan
P.N.Palanisamy
93Dyeing of Cotton and silk using flower of spathodea campanulata: effects of mordanting and colour fastness propertiesBasic and Applied Scientific ResearchInternationalVol.1, No.8, pp.933-941, 2011M.Kumaresan
P.N.Palanisamy
94Gas chromatography-mass spectroscopic analysis of stem of Archras sapotaApplied Biology and Pharmaceutical Tech.InternationalVol.2, No.3, pp.287-290, 2011M.Kumaresan
P.N.Palanisamy
95Adsorption kinetics for the removal of hexavalent chromium from aqueous solution by acid activated coal fly ashNature Environment and pollution Technology NationalVol.10, No.1, pp.1-6, 2011 P.Manikandan
K.Manjula Rani
S.V.Priya
V.N.Kowshalya
96Inhibition of mild steel corrosion in 0.5 H2SO4 with leaves extract Elixir CorrosionInternationalVol.37, pp.3617-3622, 2011S.V.Priya
R.Saratha
97Iodine / AcCl-catalysed Prins-Ritter reaction : Synthesis of 4-amido tetrahydropyransIndian Journal of ChemistryInternationalVol.50B, pp.1083-1091, 2011P.Srinivasan
P.T.Perumai
S.Raja
98Batch sorption studies on the removal of fluoride ions from water using eco-friendly conducting polymers/biopolymer compositesDesalinationInternationalVol.267, pp.49-56, 2011M.Karthikeyan
K.K.Satheesh Kumar
K.P.Elango
99Self assembly of azobenzene based side chain liquid crystalline polymers, n-alkyloxy benzoic acidJournal of Chemical scienceNationalVol.123, No.3, 2011K.Gayathri
S.Balamurugan
P.Kannan
100Photocatalytic Degradation of Vat Yellow 4 Using UV / TiO2 Modern Applied ScinceInternationalVol. 4, No.5, pp.130-142, May 2010 S.K.Kavtitha
P.N.Palanisamy
101An Assessment of the Quality of Groundwater in a Textile Dyeing Industrial area in Erode City, Tamilnadu, IndiaE-Journal of Chemistry
(Impact Factor:0.59)
InternationalVol.7(3), pp.1033-1039, 2010P.N.Palanisamy
S.K.Kavitha
102Mechanistic Study of Dye Adsorption on to a Novel Non-Conventional Low-Cost Adsorbent Advances in applied science ResearchInternationalVol.1, No.1
pp. 58-65
August 2010
P.Sivakumar
P.N.Palanisamy
103Optimization and Operational Parameters of the Photocatalytic Degradation of Reactive Red 120 Dye Under UV irradiationJournal of International Environmental Application & ScienceInternationalVol.5(2), pp.291-305, 2010S.K.Kavtitha
P.N.Palanisamy
104Application of Eco-Friendly Natural dye on Cotton Obtained from the stem of Achras Sapota using Combination of Mordants Nature Environment & Pollution Technology International Vol. 9, No.3, pp.547-552, 2010M.Kumaresan
P.N.Palanisamy
105Dyeing of silk with stem of Achras Sapota using combination of mordantsJournal of Applied Engineering ResearchNationalVol.5, No.12, pp.2031-2037, 2010M.Kumaresan
P.N.Palanisamy
106Solar Photocatalytic degradation of Vat Yellow 4 dye in aqueous suspension of TiO2-Optimization of Operational ParametersAdvances in Environmental SciencesInternational Vol.2, No.2 pp.189-202, 2010S.K.Kavtitha
P.N.Palanisamy
107Application of eco-friendly natural dyes on cotton obtained from the stem of Achras Sapota combination of mordantsNature Environment and Pollution TechnologyNationalVol.9, No.3, pp.547-552, 2010M.Kumaresan
P.N.Palanisamy
108Crossandra infundibuliformis Leaves as an Effective inhibitor for mild steel corrosion in 1M HCLAsian Journal of Research ChemInternationalVol.3, No.2, pp.434-441, 2010 S.V.Priya
R.Saratha
109Adsorption of Cr (VI) and Pb (II) from aqueous solution using agricultural solid wasteJournal of environmental science and engineeringInternationalVol.51, No.2
pp.151-156
April 2009
A.Geetha
P.Sivakumar
M.Sujatha
P.N. Palanisamy
110Investigation Of Citrus Aurantiifolia Leaves Extract As Corrosion Inhibitor For Mild Steel In 1 M HClJournal of ChemistryInternationalVol. 6, No.3
pp.785-795
2009
R.Saratha
S.V.Priya
P.Thilagavathy
111Adsorption of Acid Blue from Aqueous solution onto Areca Nut Shell carbon: Equlibrium, Kinetic and Isotherm StudiesJournal of Chemistry and Environment
(Impact Factor:0.292)
InternationalVol.13(1), pp.52-58
March 2009
P.Sivakumar
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127Removal of fluoride from aqueous solution using graphite : a kinetic and thermodynamic study Indian Journal of Chemical TechnologyInternationalVol.15, pp.525-532, 2008M.Karthikeyan
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