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Photocatalytic Degradation of Dyes
Current Trends and Future Perspectives
1st Edition - August 9, 2021
Editors: Sushma Dave, Jayashankar Das, Maulin P Shah
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Photocatalytic Degradation of Dyes: Current Trends and Future Perspectives covers in detail current trends and future aspects on photocatalytic degradation of organic dyes using… Read more
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Photocatalytic Degradation of Dyes: Current Trends and Future Perspectives covers in detail current trends and future aspects on photocatalytic degradation of organic dyes using novel photocatalytic techniques such as metallic nanoparticles, heterogeneous and hybrid systems using visible light irradiation. It highlights the most recent scientific and technological achievements and importance of degradation of dyes in the textile effluent by simple environmental friendly approaches using eco-friendly catalysts. It is of assistance to everyone interested in bioremediation of effluents: professionals, consulting engineers, academicians, and research scholars as well.
Describes the basic photocatalytic techniques and their application in wastewater treatment
Covers the key reactive species accounting for the photodegradation of different dyes, providing helpful guidelines that could be applied to foster the development of efficient photodegradation systems
Includes Description of a wide variety of catalysts and their application in degradation of dyes in the effluent of variable matrices (such as textile effluent, pharmaceutical industry effluent, food industry effluent)
Presents the application of doped semiconductors in the degradation of dyes, hybrid systems and their importance in the dye degradation
Describes the biological synthesis of metallic nanostructures and their use in dye degradation using visible range of light irradiation
Discusses the mechanistic aspect of the dye degradation using photo catalysts
Biochemical engineers, Environmental scientists, Photo-catalysis Scientists, Materials Scientists in academia and corporate research. Students and Research scholars working in the field of on Environmental, Wastewater management Pollution control, material science and sustainability
1. Heterogeneous photocatalysis of organic dyes2. Novel photocatalytic techniques of Organic dye degradation in water3. Application of doped semiconductors in the degradation of dyes4. Hybrid systems and their importance in the dye degradation5. Photocatalytic Degradation of Azo Dyes under Visible Light Irradiation6. High Photocatalytic Activity under Visible Light for dye degradation7. Rate-Limiting Steps of Dye Degradation8. Effective Materials in the Photocatalytic Treatment of Dyestuffs and Stained Wastewater9. Industrial application of photocatalytic methods such as textile pharmaceutical industries, tannery, and craft10. Phtytogenicsynthesis of nanoparticles and their application in photo catalysis11. Mycogenic synthesis of metallic nanostructures and their use in dye degradation.12. Mechanistic aspect of the dye degradation using photocatalysts 13. Green and sustainable methods of photocatalytic materials for efficient application in dye degradation
No. of pages: 794
Published: August 9, 2021
Paperback ISBN: 9780128238769
eBook ISBN: 9780128242025
Dr. Sushma Dave received Master of Science and PHD in Analytical, Electrochemistry and Environmental Chemistry from Biosensor Lab in Chemistry Department of Jai Narayan Vyas University, Jodhpur. She is involved continuously in the field of higher education teaching pure, applied chemistry, cheminformatics, nanotechnology, electrochemistry, biology, solid waste management, wastewater treatment and environmental chemistry to students of Engineering and basic sciences. She also served as Research Associate in Soil Biochemistry and Microbiology Division CAZRI, Jodhpur. She has published and presented over 50 papers in international and national journals, conferences and participated in various workshops and training programs. Her areas of interest are electrochemistry, biosensors environmental science, nanotechnology, biochemistry, cheminformatics, immunoinformatics, and drug repurposing.
Affiliations and expertise
Associate Professor, Department of applied sciences, JIET, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India
Dr. Das received his PhD in Biotechnology and served as a Scientist at IBSD, DBT, and Government of India. He is founder and CEO of Valnizen which deals with regulatory documents and healthcare compliances and support services to African and southeast Asian countries. He has served as Joint Director to Gujarat State Biotechnology Mission, DST, and Joint Director to Gujarat Biotechnology Research Centre, DST, both from Government of Gujarat. He has served as Director, Savli Technology Business Incubator, DST, Government of Gujarat, India. He was actively involved in development and implementation of various policies and action plans like Biotechnology policy, Innovation policy, Interpole disaster management policy, start-up policy for many Universities and Government. His research team is involved in addressing societal challenges via cutting-edge research viz. development of molecular diagnostics for infectious diseases, development of universal vaccine candidate for emerging diseases, development of miRNA based targeted therapeutics, and artificial intelligence in healthcare applications.
Affiliations and expertise
Director of Research, Valnizen Healthcare Pvt Ltd, India
Maulin P Shah
Maulin P. Shah is a Microbial Biotechnologist with diverse research interest. His primary interest is the environment, the quality of our living resources and the ways that bacteria can help to manage and degrade toxic wastes and restore environmental health. Consequently, His work has been focused to assess the impact of industrial pollution on microbial diversity of wastewater following cultivation dependent and cultivation independent analysis.