Dr. Dhiraj Sud

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Dr. Dhiraj Sud






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Educational Details

Educational Qualification

Ph.D (1991) Punjab Agricultural University,Ludhiana
M.Sc (1987) Punjab Agricultural University,Ludhiana
M.Sc (1998) (Ecology and Environment)



Professor at Sant longowal Institute Of Engineering and Technology , SLIET from 2008 to present.
Assoc. prof/Asstt Prof at SLIET from  2000 to 2008.
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer at SLIET from 1991 to 2000

Book Authored

Book authored

1.Comprehensive Engineering Chemistry
Dhiraj Sud
Kataria Publishers, 2000
2.Applied Chemistry
Dhiraj Sud
Kataria Publishers
3.Metal Sequestration using Agricultural waste- Cleaner Technologies
Dhiraj Sud and Umesh Garg
Lambert Academic Publishing978-659-37640-5

1.   Editor Proceedings of National Seminar on Recent Advances in Environmental Sciences & Technology
2. Editor Proceedings & Souvenir of National Conference on Women in Development Processes

Chapter Authored in Books
1.    Chelating ion exchangers in  Ion Exchange Technology: Theory, Materials and Applications (978-94-007-1700-8)
 Dhiraj Sud
2.    TiO2 nano composite membranes in New Polymeric Composite Materials Research (978-1-945291-08-1)
Dhiraj Sud
Forum LLC 13:978-1-945291-08-1
3.    Sol gel synthesis of transition metal oxides based electrode material for super capacitors (Vol 24, 2018 978-1-945291-52-4)
Dhiraj Sud
Materials Research Forum USA
4.    TiO2 based nanocomposite for photocatalytic degradation of organic pollutants (DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21741/9781945291630-10)
Dhiraj Sud, & Nidhi Sharotri
Materials Research Forum USA
5.    Heterogeneous Photocatalytic Treatment of Synthetic Dyes Emanating in Aqueous System from Textile Effluent (1-46 ISBN:978-613-8-93809-5)
Dhiraj Sud, Paramjeet Kaur and Priti Bansal
6.    Polymeric -TiO2 Nanocomposites for Development of Fouling Resistant Membranes for Wastewater Treatment in  Handbook of Nanomaterials and Nanocomposites for Energy and Environmental Applications, Kharissova et al. (eds.),( https://doi.org/1-21 10.1007/978-3-030-11155-7_140-1)
Dhiraj Sud and Priti Bansal
Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2020 O. V.
7.    High Performance Liquid Chromatographic Techniques for Determination of Organophosphate Pesticides in Complex Matrices in book Green Sustainable Process for Chemical and Environmental Engineering and Science (pp.175-196 DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-12-821883-9.00006-0)
Dhiraj Sud, Paramjeet Kaur and Priti Bansal
Jan 2021
8.    Metal organic frameworks for Light driven photocatalysis of synthetic dyes  in Metal organic frameworks and derivatives         
Gagandeep Kaur and  Dhiraj Sud
American Chemical Society
Jun 2021



1.       Three Stage Veggie and Fruit Cleanser (3S- VFC) {SLIET, Longowal & all three inventors}[202011034056, Dt.08/08/2020]

2.       Portable waste disposal device and method thereof of {SLIET, Longowal & all three inventorsb }[202011042969, Dt.03/10/2020]

3.       Cross-Linked Biopolymer composition and a method of preparation there of {Chandigarh University Inventor} [202011009169, Dt.03/03/2020]

4.      Method for Detection and determination of Concentration of KMnO4 p to Micro Molar level. [202111034814, Dt 02/08/2021]

Professional Memebership

Professional Membership

Executive Member : BIOFORUM under the aegis of Asian Polymer Society

Life Member, Indian Council of Chemists
New Yorrk Academy of Sciences-1995
Fellow, Indian Chemical Society
Life Member, Indian Society of Environment Science and Technology
Member, Indian Women Scientist Association-1996
Life member, Indian Society of Technical Education
Life Member, Punjab Academy of Sciences
Life member, Indian Society of Analytical Scientists
Royal Society of Chemistry -2017,2020




Citation matrices: https://doi.org/10.17632/btchxktzyw.2
Listed in database for 2% of world top scientists ,Bass, jeroen; Boyack, Kevin; loannidis,john (2020), “Data for “updated science-wide author databases of standardized citation indicators”, Mendeley Data,V2,doi:10.17632/btchxktzyw.2
Prof. Somekshara Rao Kaza award for best women scientist in Chemistry in 2019 by Indian Council of Chemists
Bioresource Technology Most Cited Articles( 2007to 2010) award for the paper “ Agricultural waste material as potential adsorbent for sequestering heavy metal ions from aqueous solutions –A review, vol. 99,issue 14(2008),6017-6027

Green Education Award at 11th World Science Congress organized by Indian Society of Ecology and Environment

Science Direct Top-25 Cited Papers (for various Papers
·         Qualified “National Entrance Test” conducted by Govt. of India and awarded “Research Fellowship” by University Grants Commission, New Delhi, India.
·         Qualified “Joint Preliminary Test” held by Punjab State Govt. for Lectureship
·         Awarded University Merit Fellowship Ph.D
·         M.Sc in Ecology and Environment with Distinction
·         First Position In college B.Sc and Merit  Position
·         International Man of the year-1997 by International Biographical centre Cambridge CB2 3QP England
·         Included in the Marques “Who is who in the world”.

Best Oral/Poster Award Publications
1.Best Poster Award Paper
-Novel TiO2/ZnO photo catalysts for environment remediation: Synthesis, characterization and their photo catalytic reactivity,3rd National Symposium on Analytical Sciences (NSAS), organized by Indian Society of Analytical Scientists-Delhi Chapter and HP University, Shimla ,2008.Paper presented by Ph.D Student Priti Bansal.
2.Best Poster Award Paper
Contribution of Analytical Techniques for sequestering of Heavy Metal Ions from Aqueous Solutions using Various Biosorbents in Different Forms 3rd  National Symposium on Analytical Sciences (NSAS), organized by Indian Society of Analytical Scientists-Delhi  Chapter and HP University, Shimla,2008.Paper presented by Ph.D Student Garima Mahajan.
3.Best Poster Award paper
Adsorption characteristics of Monocrotophos by two different soils (Brown soil and Serozem soil) of Punjab. 13th Punjab   Science Congress Climate change: Concerns and Solutions, Panjab University, Chandigarh.,2010 presented by Ph.D Student Paramjeet Kaur.
4.Best poster Award Paper:
Analytical Techniques for Evaluating the Oraganophosphate Pesticide’s Behavior in Soil Environment, 3rd  National Symposium on Analytical Sciences (NSAS), organized by Indian Society of Analytical Scientists-Delhi Chapter and HP University, Shimla, 2010 .presented by Ph.D Student Paramjeet Kaur
5.Best Poster Award Paper:
Decolorization of synthetic dyes containing wastewater employing agricultural biomass,14th Punjab science Congress,2011, presented by Ph.D Student Navneet Kaur
6.Best Poster Award paper
Removal of heavy metal ions using agriculture waste biomass loaded hydrogels beads from aqueous solutions : A clean Development Mechanism , National Conference Environment Health , Sept 27, 2011,Central University Punjab, Bhatinda
7. Best Poster Award Paper:
Studies on persistence and transformation of organophosphate pesticides in aquatic environment. National Chemical                   Constellation        Cheminar, NIT, Jalandhar. Aug.20-21. 2011, presented by Ph.D Student Paramjeet Kaur
8.Best Poster Award paper:
Soil Microbes Population Identification for Sweeping the Residual Pesticides Load from the Soil and Aqueous Environment, International Conference on Innovations in Chemistry for Sustainable Development (ICSD-2011) Panjab University, Chandigarh, 01-03 Dec.,2011 presented by Ph.D Student Noorpreet Kaur
9.       Oral Presentation Award Paper:
Natural and Induced Degradation of Quinalphos: Identification of Intermediates using Hyphenated Chromatographic Techniques Chemical Constellation Cheminar (CCC-12), Sept. 10-12,2012, NIT, Jalandhar, presented by Ph.D Student Paramjeet Kaur
10.    Oral Presentation Award Paper
Studies on Persistence and Biodegradation of Monocrotophos by using Soil Microbe’s Population, RACES-2012, 2nd March, 2012 , presented by Ph.D Student Paramjeet Kaur
11.    Oral Presentation Award Paper:
Effectiveness of as-synthesized N-doped- TiO2 photo catalyst for photocatalytic treatment of real effluent from paper mill, A Multi-Track National Conference SLIETCON-2019 ,March 1 – 2, 2019, SLIET Longowal presented by Ph.D Student Nidhi
12.    Oral Presentation Award Paper:
Investigations on Swelling Characteristics of chitosan based hydrogels: Effect of pH and crosslinker, A Multi-Track National Conference SLIETCON-2019,March 1 – 2, 2019, SLIET Longowal presented by Ph.D Student Madhavi
13.    Best Poster Award paper :
Applications of xanthan gum in wastewater treatment- A review, A Multi-Track National Conference SLIETCON-2019,March 1 – 2, 2019, SLIET Longowal presented by Ph.D Student Madhavi




1.       Amphiphilic chitosan/acrylic acid/thiourea based semi-interpenetrating hydrogel: Solvothermal synthesis and evaluation for controlled release of organophosphate pesticide, Triazophos.
Navneet Kaur, Sunita , Kamlesh Kumari and Dhiraj Sud ; DOI: 10.1002/app.50595, Journal of applied polymer Science [3.125]

2.       Sonochemically synthesized mesoporous pyrophanite- MnTiO3/TiO2 nanoparticles: Adsorbent for removal of commercial Malecite green dye
AbhinandanSyal and Dhiraj Sud; 10.30492/IJCCE.2021.522355.4500, Iranian Journal of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

3.       Terephthalaldehyde as better crosslinking agent in crosslinked chitosan hydrogel for selective removal of anionic dyes
Madhavi, Bharat Bajaj and Dhiraj Sud;45,4938,2021, New Journal of Chemistry10.1039/D0NJ05758D [3.591]

4.       Adsorption Behaviour of Quinalphos and Its Leaching Potential in Different Agricultural Soils
ParamjeetKaur,Priti Bansal &Dhiraj Sud, 730-742, 10.1080/15320383.2021.1890691,Soil and sedimentation Contamination – An International Journal

5.       A comprehensive review on synthetic approaches for metal-organic frameworks: From traditional solvothermal to greener protocols, Dhiraj Sud and Gagandeep Kaur; Vol.193, 1 Jan 2021, 11489 Polyhedron ,https://doi.org/10.1016/j.poly.2020.114897 [3.052]

6.       Hydrogels: Synthesis, Classifcation, Properties and Potential Applications—A Brief Review, Balbir Singh Kaith , Anjali Singh,  Amit Kumar Sharma  and Dhiraj Sud https://doi.org/10.1007/s10924-021-02184-5, Journal of Polymers and the Environment [3.667]


7.       A Review on Grafted, Crosslinked and Composites of Biopolymer Xanthan Gum for Phasing out Synthetic Dyes and Toxic Metal ions from Aqueous Solutions ArshpreetKaur, Damanjit Singh, and DhirajSud, POL-D-20-00452R1, 2020, J.of Polymer Research [3.097]

8.       Toxicity, Natural and Induced Degradation of Chlorpyrifos
Dhiraj Sud , Jitesh Kumar , Paramjeet Kaur  and Priti Bansal,  65, N°2 (2020), J. Chil. Chem. Soc.

9.       A Review on High Performance Liquid Chromatographic Methods for the determination of Metformin,
Gagandeep Kaur*Sonali GargPratima Sharma and Dhiraj Sud,10.2174/1573411016666200310141939 2020, Current Analytical Chemistry


10.   Development of Simple, Facile Spectrophotometric Method for Determination of Metformin Hydrochloride in Aqueous Medium
Sonali GargPratima Sharma Dhiraj Sud, 10.37532/jpddr.2020.9(1).1872019,J Pharm Drug Deliv Res,

11.   Experimental and theoretical investigations of Mn-N-co-doped TiO2 photocatalyst for visible light induced degradation of organic pollutants
N Sharotri, D Sharma, D Sud, 8,  5,2019, 3995-4009, Journal of Materials Research and Technology [5.289]

12.   Investigations on amphoteric Chitosan/TiO2 bio-nanocomposites for application in visible light induced photocatalytic degradation
M. Bahal, N. Kaur, NidhiSharotri and Dhiraj Sud 2019https://doi.org/10.1155/2019/2345631,Advances in Polymer Technology

13.   Photocatalytic degradation of Monocrotophos using TiO2 photocatalyst:  identification of intermediates by chromatographic techniques and reaction pathway
Paramjeet Kaur, Priti Bansal, Dhiraj Sud;148 (2019) 329–337 ,Desalination and Water Treatment http://www.deswater.comdoi: 10.5004/dwt.2019.23830

14.   Semi-interpenetrating networks of biopolymer chitosan/acrylic acid and thiourea hydrogels: synthesis, characterization, and their potential for removal of cadmium
Navneet K. Bhullar, Kamlesh Kumari & Dhiraj Sud: 2019, 28,  3, pp 225–236,Iranian Polymer Journal Doi.org/10.1007/s13726-019-00693-8
15.   Development of highly selective novel fluorescence quenching probe based on Bi 2 S 3 -TiO 2 nanoparticles for sensing the Fe(III),
D Sud, A Syal, 266 , 2018, 1-8, Sensors and Actuators B, Chemical DOI: 10.1016/j.snb.2018.03.104[7.27]

16.   A biopolymer-based composite hydrogel for rhodamine 6G dye removal: its synthesis, adsorption isotherms and kinetics
Navneet Bhullar, Kamlesh Kumari & Dhiraj Sud; 27, Issue 7, pp 527–535, 2018, Iranian Polymer Journal ISSN 1026-1265 Iran Polym J DOI 10.1007/s13726-018-0630-9
17.   Kinetic study on triazophos adsorption in soil and its persistence behaviour in different environmental segments.
Sunita Rani and D.sud,61,3,206-220,2017, Agrochimica

18.   Studies on chitosan based super hydrophilic adsorbent for phasing out Rhodamine 6G dye and Cd2+ ions from aqueous solutions
N.Bhullar, K.Kumari  and D. Sud, 2017- 95,355-364,Desalination and Water Treatment

19.   Synthesis of chitosan based gel and study of swelling characteristics
N.Bhullar, K.Kumari and D. Sud, 2017, 560-562,Indian Journal of Chemical Technology (IJCT)

20.   Visible light responsive Mn-S-co-doped TiO 2 photocatalyst–Synthesis, characterization and mechanistic aspect of photocatalytic degradation
N Sharotri, D Sud ,2017DOI: 10.1016/j.seppur.2017.03.053,Separation and Purification Technology[3.927]

21.   Reaction Kinetics and Mechanism of Visible Light Induced Photocatalytic Degradation of Pharmaceutical Drug, Diclofenac in Synthesized N-Doped Tio2 …
N Sharotri, D Sud  ,5,  2016,J Pharm Drug Deliv Research

22.   Investigations on the phase transformation, optical characteristics and photocatalytic activity of synthesized heterostructurednanoporous Bi2O3–TiO2
D Sud, A Syal -63 (9) 2016, Journal of the Chinese Chemical Society


23.   Role of enhanced solar radiation for degradation of triazophos pesticide in soil matrix
S. Rani and Dhiraj Sud, 120,2015 494–504,Solar EnergyElsevier[4.739]

24.   A greener approach to synthesize visible light responsive S-doped TiO2 with enhanced photocatalytic activity
Nidhi Sharotri and Dhiraj Sud, 39,2217, 2015, New J. Chem.Royal Society of Chemistry[3.277]

25.   Ultrasound assisted synthesis and characterization of visible light responsive N-doped TiO2 nanomaterials for removal of 2-Chlorophanol
NidhiSharotri and Dhiraj Sud,1,13,2015,Desalination and water treatment.

26.   Remediation of Cd(II) metal ion from aqueous systems by using calcium alaginate modified (CAM)Acacia Salinga and DilbergiaSisso pods composite beads
Garima Mahajan and Dhiraj Sud,50.3,354-364,2015,Separation Science and Technology

27.   Development and Validation of HPLC Method for Determination of Triazophos Pesticide in Water
S. Rani and Dhiraj Sud,Vol. 5 Issue 4 (65-69)Oct 2015,International Journal of Research in Chemistry and Environment

28.   Effect of temperature on adsorption-desorption behaviour of triazophos in Indian soil
S. Rani and Dhiraj Sud,61,1,36-42,2015,Plant Soil, Environ.

29.   Potential of Microbial Biomass for Heavy Metal Removal: A Review
Garima Mahajan, Dhiraj Sud
975,887 2015
International Journal of Computer Applications
30.   Time and temperature dependent sorption behaviour of dimethoate pesticide in various Indian soils
Rani, Sunita;Sud, Dhiraj,28, 479-490, 2014,International Agrophysics

31.   Persistence and biodegradation of quinalphos using soil microbes
Dhanjal NIKaur P,   Sud Dhiraj,Cameotra S.S.,86(5),457-61, 2014, Water Environ Res.

32.   Heterostructured TiO2/ZnO –Excellent Nanophotocatalysts for Degradation of Organic Contaminants in AqueousSolution
PritiBansal,  Paramjeet Kaur, and Dhiraj Sud, 52(37-39),(2014),Desalination and Water Treatment

33.   Persistence and Biodegradation of Monocrotophos using Soil Microbes.
P. Kaur, N.I Kaur Dhanjal, S. Singh and Dhiraj Sud,2014, Desalination and water treatment, 10.1080/19443994.2014.899516

34.   Nano sized carbonized waste biomass for heavy metal ion remediation
Mahajan G. and Dhiraj Sud,16( 4) , pp(6-13) 2014,Polish Journal of Chemical Technology
35.   Identification of Photocatalytic Degradated Products of Quinalphos by Hyphenated Technique and Degradation Pathway
Paramjeet K. Sidhu and DhirajSud,37, 2639-2652, 2014,Journal of Liquid Chromatography & Related Technologies
36.   Utilization properties of Jatropha deoiled cake for removal of Ni (II) for aqueous solutions
Garima Mahajan, Umesh Garg, Dhiraj Sud and Vinod Kumar Garg,8(4) 5596-5611,2013, Bioresources

37.   Photocatalytic degradation of commercial dye, CI Reactive Red 35 in aqueous suspension: Degradation pathway and identification of intermediates by LC/MS
Priti Bansal, Dhiraj Sud, 374–375, 66–72. 2013, Journal of Molecular Catalysis A Chemical [3.93]

38.   HeterostructuredNanophotocatalysts for Degradation of Organophosphate Pesticides from Aqueous Streams
Paramjeet Kaur, PritiBansal,  andDhiraj Sud,57, 3, 2013,Journal of the Korean Chemical Society (JKCS)

39.   Application of lignocellulosic waste materials for heavy metal ions removal from aqueous solution
Garima Mahajan and Dhiraj Sud, 1, 1020-1027. 2013,Journal of Environmental and Chemical Engineering,ELSEVIER

40.   Bioremediation of Cr (VI) metal ion from aqueous solutions using modified lignocellulosic agricultural waste biomass
Garima Mahajan and Dhiraj Sud,3,2 ,2013, 35-43, Int J Adv Technol Eng Res
41.   Ultrasound assisted synthesis of visible light responsive Nitrogen doped TiO2nanophotocatalyst
Ramita, NidhiSharotri and Dhiraj Sud,856, 22-24, 2013, Advanced Material Research
42.   Treatment strategies for the effluents of recycled waste paper mills of Punjab
D Sud, B Dass, S Sharma ,4,3,513-521, Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering and Technology

43.   Studies of adsorption for dye effluent and decolonization of methylene blue and methyl blue based on the surface of biomass adsorbent
Bhullar, N.Sharma, S. and Sud, Dhiraj , 31 (4) , pp. 681-686,2012,Pollution Research

44.   Photocatalytic degradation of quinalphos in aqueous TiO2 suspension: Reaction pathway and identification of intermediates by GC/MS
Paramjeet Kaur and Dhiraj Sud, 365, 32–382012,Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical[3.93]

45.   Heterogeneous Photocatalytic Degradation of Organophosphate Pesticides:  A Review
Paramjitkaur and Dhiraj Sud, 42:2365–2407, 2012, Critical Reviews  in Environment Science and Technology  [5.980]

46.   Photodegradation of Commercial Dye, CI Reactive Blue 160 using ZnONanopowder: Degradation Pathway and Identification of Intermediates by GC/MS
Sud Dhiraj and Bansal P., 85, 112–19,2012, Separation and Purification Technology[3.843]

47.   Coupling of solar-assisted advanced oxidative and biological treatment for degradation of agro-residue-based soda bleaching effluent
Dhir Amir, Prakash  N.T. and Dhiraj Sud, 19 (9) , pp. 3906-3913, 2012
Environmental Science and Pollution Research

48.   Comparative Studies On Tio2/ ZnoPhotocatalyzed Degradation Of 4-Chlorocatechol And Bleach Mill Effluents
Dhir Amir, Prakash N.T. and Dhiraj Sud, 46 (1-3) , pp. 196-204,2012, Desalination and Water Treatment
49.   Decolorization of congo red, a carcinogenic textile dye using semiconductor mediated photocatalysis
Bhullar, N., Sud Dhiraj, 2012, 31 (1) , pp. 7-10, Pollution Research

50.   Studies on decolourization and COD reduction of dye effluent using advanced oxidation processes
Amit Dhir , Sangeeta Sharma, Dhiraj Sud and Chhotu Ram, 53 (2012) 11983-11987, Elixir Chem. Engg.

51.   Decolorization of congo red, a carcinogenic textile dye using semiconductor mediated photocatalysis
Navneet Bhullar and Dhiraj Sud, 31 (1) , pp. 7-10,2012, Pollution Research –
52.   Studies on coupled biological and photochemical treatment of soda pulp bleaching effluents from agroresidue based pulp and paper mill
Dhir Amit, Prakash  N.T. and Dhiraj Sud, 86 (12), pp. 1508-15132011, Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology

53.   Photodegradation of commercial dye-Procion –blue HERD from real textile waste water using nanocatalysts
Sud Dhiraj and Bansal P.,267244-249(2011),Desalination[5.905]

54.   Kinetics and Equilibrium Studies of Cr(VI) Metal Ion remediation by Arachis  Hypogea Shells
Garima Mahajan and Dhiraj Sud,(3), 3324-38,2011, Bioresources

55.   Environmental Remediation of Wastewater Containing Azo Dyes Employing HeterostructuredNanophotocatalyst
Priti Bansal, Damanjit Singh and Dhiraj Sud, Vol. 50A, July 2011 pp. 991-995,Indian Journal of Chemistry – Section A Inorganic, Physical, Theoretical and Analytical Chemistry

56.   Adsorption Kinetics, Isotherms and Desorption of Monocrotophos and Dichlorvos on Various Indian Soils
Paramjit  Kaur and Dhiraj Sud,39, 12,  1060–1067, 2011, Clean soil, air and water

57.   Sequestering of Cd (II) and Ni (II) from Aqueous Solutions Wastewaters onto Chelex 100
Umesh K. Garg*, V. K. Garga and Dhiraj Sud, 28 (2011) 211–216,Desalination and Water Treatment
58.   Photocatalytic degradation of azo dye in aqueous TiO2 suspension: Reaction pathway and identification of intermediates products byLC/MS.
PritiBansal ,Damanjeet Singh Dhiraj Sud,72 357–365(2010)Separation and  purification Technology(Elesevier )

59.   Comparative studies on photocatalytic efficiency of ZnO and TiO2 for decolourization and mineralization of Orange II”
Priti Bansal, Damanjit Singh and Dhiraj Sud,29,4(2010),613-619,Pollution Research
60.   Removal of Hexavalent Chromium from aqueous solutions by adsorption on treated sugarcane baggasse using response surface methodology
U. K.Garg,M.P.Kaur,V.K.Gargand Dhiraj Sud,249, ,475-4792009,Desalination[5.905]

61.   Studies on Photodegradation of Malachite green using TiO2/ZnOphotocatalyst
P. Bansal, N.Bhullar and Dhiraj Sud,12 (2009) 108–113, Desalination and Water Treatment

62.   Optimization of Process Parameters for the Photocatalytic Degradation of 2,4-Dichlorophenol in Aqueous Solutions
S.K.Kansal,Manohar Singh and Dhiraj Sud,7,A6,2009,International Journal Of Chemical Reactor Engineering
63.   Comparative Evaluation of UV/Solar Light Induced Photodegradation of Azo Dye in Aqueous Solutions
Priti Bansal, Damanjit Singh and Dhiraj Sud, Vol. 21, No. 10 (2009), S287-291, Asian J. of Chemistry

64.   Studies on Photodegradation of Malachite green using TiO2/ZnOphotocatalyst
Priti BansalN.Bhullar and Dhiraj Sud,12 (2009) 108–113
Desalination and Water Treatment

65.   Removal of Hexavalent chromium from aqueous solutions by adsorption on treated sugarcane baggasse using response surface methodology
Umesh, K.Garg,M.P.Kaur,V.K.Gargand Dhiraj Sud,24,475-479,2009,Desalination[5.905]


66.   Removal of Cadmium (II) from aqueous solutions by adsorption on agricultural biomass
Umesh, K.Garg, G..K.Jawa, M.P.Kaur,V.K. Garg and Dhiraj Sud,154,1149-57, 2008, Hazardous materials[6.393]

67.   Studies on TiO2 /ZnOphotocatalysed degradation of lignin
S.K.Kansal,Manohar Singh and Dhiraj Sud,153,412-17,2008,J.Hazaradous materials(Elesevier )2.975

68.   Effulent quality at Kraft /Soda agro-based papermills and its treatment using a heterogenous photocatalytic system
S.K.Kansal,Manohar Singh and Dhiraj Sud , 228,1-3,183-190,2008, Desalination

69.   Removal of Nickel(II) from aqueous solution by adsorption on agricultural waste biomass using a response surface methodological approach
UmeshK.Garg,M.P.Kaur,V.K.Gargand Dhiraj Sud, 2008,99,1325-1331,Bioresource Technology[5.039]

70.   Agricultural waste material as potential adsorbent for sequestering heavy metal ions from aqeous solutions-A Review
Garima Mahajan, M.P.Kaur and Dhiraj Sud 99(14) 6017-27 2008,Bioresource Technology


71.   Parametric optimization of Photocatalytic degradation of catechol in aqueous solution by response surface methodology,
S.K.Kansal,Manohar Singh and Dhiraj Sud,14(2),145-153,2007,Indian J. of Chemical Technology
72.   Optimization of photocatalytic process parameters for the degradation of 2,4,6-trichlorophenol in aqueous solutions
S.K.Kansal,Manohar Singh and Dhiraj Sud,194,6,787-802, 2007,Chemical Engineering communications

73.   Studies on photodegradation of two commercial dyes in aqueous phase using different photocatalysis
S.K.Kansal,Manohar Singh and Dhiraj Sud , 141,581-590,2007, J.Hazaradous materials,2.975[6.393]

74.   Removal of hexavalent chromium from aqueous solutions by sugarcane baggasse
Umesh, K.Garg,M.P. Kaur,V.K.Gargand Dhiraj Sud,140,60-68,2007, J. Hazardous materials(Elesevier ),2.975(6.393)

75.   Removal of Ni(II)ions from aqueous solutions by sugarcane baggasse
Umesh, K.Garg, Satnam Singh, M.P. Kaur and Dhiraj Sud, 26(1),61-64,2007,Pollution research

76.   Optimization of process parameters for the removal of Cr(VI) ions by agricultural waste materials
UmeshK.Garg,V.K.Gargand Dhiraj Sud, 4(6), 2006, 1150-60
Electronics Journal of Environment,agriculture and Food Chemistry, Spain, EJEAFChe

77.   Comparative evaluation of Uv/solar light induced photodegradation of phenol in aqueous solutions
S.K.Kansal,Manohar Singh and Dhiraj Sud,Sec B,47,2,111-14,2006,Indian Chemical Engineer

78.   Comparative evaluation ofUV/solar light induced photodegradation of phenol in aqueous solutions.
S.K.Kansal,Manohar Singh and Dhiraj Sud, secB,47,2,111-14,2006,Indian Chemical engineer

79.   UV light induced degradation of methylene blue using various photocatalysts M.P.Kaur, S.K.Kansal,Manohar Singh and D. Sud ,Vol18,no.5,20063422-27,Asian Journal of Chemistry

80.   Studies on characterization and degradation of pulp and paper mill effluents
S.K.Kansal,Manohar Singh and Dhiraj Sud,21(1),37-42,2005,Journal of Industrial Pollution Control

81.   Inhibition of soil nitrification by diethyldithiocarbamates
D.Sud ,Arora, T.Srivastava,B. Singh, C.L.Arora,15,2,2003, J. Environmental Science3

82.   Study on metal dimethyldithiocarbamates for nitrification of soil
D.Sud ,Arora ,T.srivastava,Bijoysingh and C.L.arora, 2,2003,Pollution research

83.   Efficacy of some transition metal thiophenoxides against Spilosoma oblique (Walker) on sunflower
D.Sud ,A.arora,Gurdip Singh and C.L.Arora,21(4):744-46,2003, Environment and Ecology

84.   Transitition metal dialkyl-dithiocarbamate and their antifungal activity
D.Sud ,A. Arora ,J.R.Sharma and C.L.Arora, 15,2,2003,Asian J. Chemistry
85.   Interaction of phenylarsonic acid derivatives with Group(II) A metal ions.
D.Sud,A.Sharma and B.S.Pannu, 80,169-70,2002,J. Indian  Chem. Soc.

86.   Protein and aminoacid composition of selected oilcakes
D.Sud and B.S.Pannu,1994, 31, 231, Indian J. Nutr. And Dietet.,1993

87.   Separation of amino acids from mustard (Brassica Campesteris) oil cake
D.Sud, A. Shamaand B.S.Pannu,5(4), 1993, 1128-113,Asian J. Chem

88.   Complexes of Mn(II), Fe(III), Ni(II) and Cu(II) with O- hydroxyphenyl urea
D.Sud and B.S.Pannu,5(3), 1993, 502-506,Asian J. Chem

89.   Role of metal ions in the ligand exchange separation of amino acids
D. Sud , B. S. Hoti , B.S. Pannu,596, 1992, 281-284,J. of Chromatography

90.   Stability and Thermodyanamics of Zn Group Metals with Salicyloyl urea
V.Sood, D. Sud & B. S. Pannu,4,1992, 684-687,Asian J. Chem

91.   Separation of Aminoacids from Taramiara (Eruca Sativa ) oilcake.
D.Sud and B.S.Pannu, 1990, 931-932J.Indian Chem. Soc.,



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Council of Scientific & Industrial Research
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3 yr
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Ministry of Environment and Forests
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