Madhurima Pandey

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The study reports the use of three biomarkers i.e. total arsenic in hair and nails, total arsenic in blood, and total arsenic in urine to identify or quantify arsenic exposure and concomitant health effects. The main source of arsenic was inorganic exposure through drinking water. The arsenic levels and the health effects were analyzed closely in a family(More)
The objective of the present work was to investigate the removal of Ni(II) by the fresh biomass (FBM) and chemically treated leached biomass (LBM) of Calotropis procera. The scope of the work included screening of the biosorbents for their metal uptake potential, batch equilibrium, column mode removal studies and kinetic studies at varying pH (2-6), contact(More)
This paper reports the high biosorptive properties of an indigenous plant for Cr(VI) biosorption. The biomass uptake capacity is found 85 mg Cr(VI)/gm of biomass in batch mode. The influence of different experimental parameters such as pH, dose of adsorbent and Cr(VI) levels (15–200 mg/l), effect of contact time etc. on biosorption was evaluated. The(More)
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