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Dinesh Mohan undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Organic chemistry and Inorganic chemistry in his work. His work blends Inorganic chemistry and Organic chemistry studies together. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Adsorption and Chromatography via his papers. Chromatography and Adsorption are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary research. Waste management connects with themes related to Fly ash in his study. His studies link Waste management with Fly ash. In his works, he conducts interdisciplinary research on Environmental chemistry and Ecology. He merges many fields, such as Ecology and Environmental chemistry, in his writings. Dinesh Mohan frequently studies issues relating to Environmental engineering and Wastewater.
His Organic chemistry research incorporates a variety of disciplines, including Environmental chemistry and Inorganic chemistry. In his articles, he combines various disciplines, including Inorganic chemistry and Organic chemistry. His Adsorption research overlaps with Sorption, Langmuir, Freundlich equation and Activated carbon. While working in this field, Dinesh Mohan studies both Sorption and Adsorption. Human factors and ergonomics, Injury prevention and Suicide prevention are the subject areas of his Poison control study. There are a combination of areas like Environmental health, Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics integrated together with his Occupational safety and health study. Environmental health is closely attributed to Poison control in his work. Ecology connects with themes related to Contamination in his study. Contamination is closely attributed to Environmental remediation in his research.
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Pyrolysis of Wood/Biomass for Bio-oil: A Critical Review
Dinesh Mohan;and Charles U. Pittman;Philip H. Steele.
Energy & Fuels (2006)
Arsenic removal from water/wastewater using adsorbents—A critical review
Dinesh Mohan;Charles U. Pittman.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2007)
Biochar as a sorbent for contaminant management in soil and water: a review.
Mahtab Ahmad;Anushka Upamali Rajapaksha;Jung Eun Lim;Ming Zhang.
Activated carbons and low cost adsorbents for remediation of tri- and hexavalent chromium from water.
Dinesh Mohan;Charles U. Pittman.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2006)
Multivariate statistical techniques for the evaluation of spatial and temporal variations in water quality of Gomti River (India)—a case study
Kunwar P. Singh;Amrita Malik;Dinesh Mohan;Sarita Sinha.
Water Research (2004)
Organic and inorganic contaminants removal from water with biochar, a renewable, low cost and sustainable adsorbent--a critical review.
Dinesh Mohan;Ankur Sarswat;Yong Sik Ok;Charles U. Pittman.
Bioresource Technology (2014)
Single- and multi-component adsorption of cadmium and zinc using activated carbon derived from bagasse--an agricultural waste.
Dinesh Mohan;Kunwar P. Singh.
Water Research (2002)
Public health benefits of strategies to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions: urban land transport
James Woodcock;Phil Edwards;Cathryn Tonne;Ben G Armstrong.
Effects of pyrolysis temperature on soybean stover- and peanut shell-derived biochar properties and TCE adsorption in water.
Mahtab Ahmad;Sang Soo Lee;Xiaomin Dou;Dinesh Mohan.
Bioresource Technology (2012)
Sorption of arsenic, cadmium, and lead by chars produced from fast pyrolysis of wood and bark during bio-oil production
Dinesh Mohan;Charles U. Pittman;Mark Bricka;Fran Smith.
Journal of Colloid and Interface Science (2007)
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