D.V. Prabhu

ADJUNCT PROFESSOR IN HONORARY CAPACITY

Chowpatty

MUMBAI, MA 400064

India

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Ideas:
“  Our research group is currently working on the kinetic and thermodynamic aspects of the oxidation of perfumery and fragrance alcohols using a variety of organic and inorganic oxidants.The catalytic effect of transition metal ions on the oxidation rates of alcohols is also been studied.  ”

Scholarly Papers (2)

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A Kinetic Approach to the Bio Degradation of Dairy Waste Discharged into the Coastal Waters Around Mumbai City, India

Number of pages: 9 Posted: 29 Nov 2017
D.V. Prabhu, Shivani Dhage and Prakash Kelkar
ADJUNCT PROFESSOR IN HONORARY CAPACITY, National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) and Government of Maharashtra - Rajiv Gandhi Science and Technology Commission
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Dairy Waste, Wet Oxidation, Rate of Biodegradation, Dissolved Oxygen (DO), Salinity, Temperature, Arrhenius Equation

A Kinetic Approach to the Biodegradation of Dairy Waste Discharged into the Coastal Waters Around Mumbai City, India

Number of pages: 9 Posted: 16 Nov 2017
D.V. Prabhu, Shivani Dhage and Prakash Kelkar
ADJUNCT PROFESSOR IN HONORARY CAPACITY, National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) and Government of Maharashtra - Rajiv Gandhi Science and Technology Commission
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dairy waste, wet oxidation, rate of biodegradation, dissolved oxygen (DO), salinity, temperature, Arrhenius equation

A Kinetic Approach to the Biodegradation of Dairy Waste Discharged into the Coastal Waters Around Mumbai City, India

Number of pages: 2 Posted: 17 Nov 2017
D.V. Prabhu, Shivani Dhage and Prakash Kelkar
ADJUNCT PROFESSOR IN HONORARY CAPACITY, National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) and Government of Maharashtra - Rajiv Gandhi Science and Technology Commission
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dairy waste, wet oxidation, rate of biodegradation, dissolved oxygen (DO), salinity, temperature, Arrhenius equation,