Sunil K. Deokar

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As a regular farming practice in India, especially in Vidarbha, biomass ashes (BMAs) are spread on farmland. BMA forms a protective layer on the soil surface and acts as a barrier, thereby preventing direct contact between pesticides and soil. BMA acts: (i) as an adsorbent for removal of pesticides; (ii) as a soil additive and water enhancer, and (iii) as a(More)
The present work describes the aqueous phase removal of 4-chloro-2-methylphenoxyacetic acid herbicide by rice husk ash (RHA) using batch and packed bed adsorption techniques. The effects of dosage, initial concentration, time, pH, temperature, and particle size of adsorbent in batch compared with effects of influent concentration, flow rate, and bed height(More)
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