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S L GayatriSorokhaibam Laxmi Gayatri, Ph.D. Chemistry
Assistant Professor
 Department of Chemistry
 Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology
Email: laxmigayatri1@gmail.com
Office: 0712-280-1778
 

 

 

 

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Developing techno-economically sustainable methodologies for deep desulfurization using hydrodynamic cavitation, Fuel, Elsevier (Aug 2017).

 

Solvent degradation studies using hydrodynamic cavitation, Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy, Wiley(June 2017)

 

A Non-catalytic Deep Desulphurization Process using Hydrodynamic Cavitation, Scientific Reports 6, Article number: 33021, Nature research journal (Sept 2016)

Industrial wastewater treatment for fertilizer industry—A case study,Desalination and Water Treatment, Taylor & Francis (May 2016)

Green Approach to Dye Wastewater Treatment Using Biocoagulants, ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering (March 2016)

Chapter 9 – Ion Exchange Resin Catalyzed Reactions—An Overview, 2016, Pages 393–426, Elsevier

 

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Dr. Sorokhaibam Laxmi Gayatri is currently working as an Assistant Professor in Applied Chemistry Department of Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology Nagpur since February 2015. Prior to VNIT , she was working at CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory Pune  on CSIR five year planned project," Sustainable Environmental Technologies for Chemical & Allied Industries". There she worked on development of new materials and material modification for Environmental applications like Desulfurization of Transportation fuels and Industrial wastewater Treatment.

  Dr. Gayatri did her Ph.D.. from National Institute of Technology Silchar in 2012. She has worked extensively in interdisciplinary areas relating to Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. The application and modification of various carbon/biomass based materials towards the removal of organics  from aqueous streams has been her reserach area. Her work is concerned with development of techno-economically feasible techniques for wastewater treatment which can solve the problem of Indian industries in their ever increasing demand for freshwater by providing recycle and re-use option through systematic development of several methodologies and  Process Integration.

Current Research Area: Energy & Environment

                    

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