The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Activated carbon, Adsorption, Inorganic chemistry, Carbon nanofiber and Nanoparticle. His Activated carbon research integrates issues from Viscose, Fiber, Carbonization, Catalysis and Packed bed. The study incorporates disciplines such as Volatile organic compound and Diffusion in addition to Adsorption.
His Inorganic chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Sorbent and Arsenic. Nishith Verma has researched Carbon nanofiber in several fields, including Nanofiber and Microbial fuel cell. His Nanoparticle research includes themes of Carbon and Nuclear chemistry.
Nishith Verma mostly deals with Carbon nanofiber, Adsorption, Activated carbon, Carbon and Catalysis. Nishith Verma interconnects Nanofiber, Nanoparticle, Chemical vapor deposition and Microbial fuel cell in the investigation of issues within Carbon nanofiber. His Adsorption research integrates issues from Inorganic chemistry, Packed bed, Microporous material and Suspension polymerization.
Nishith Verma focuses mostly in the field of Activated carbon, narrowing it down to topics relating to Nuclear chemistry and, in certain cases, Detection limit. In general Carbon, his work in Carbonization is often linked to Prepared Material linking many areas of study. His research in Catalysis intersects with topics in Hydrogen, Redox and Metal.
Nishith Verma mainly investigates Nuclear chemistry, Activated carbon, Oxide, Carbon and Aqueous solution. His research investigates the link between Nuclear chemistry and topics such as Detection limit that cross with problems in Differential pulse voltammetry, Surface modification, Nanoparticle and Polyaniline. His Activated carbon study incorporates themes from Microfiltration, Membrane technology, Contact angle and Emulsion, Oil droplet.
Nishith Verma interconnects Formate dehydrogenase, Hydrogen storage, Microporous material, Catalysis and Suspension polymerization in the investigation of issues within Carbon. His studies in Aqueous solution integrate themes in fields like Carbon nanofiber, Cyclic voltammetry, Wet oxidation and Copper. While the research belongs to areas of Microbial electrolysis cell, Nishith Verma spends his time largely on the problem of Photocatalysis, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Adsorption.
Nishith Verma spends much of his time researching Oxide, Catalysis, Carbon, Nuclear chemistry and Hydrogen production. The various areas that Nishith Verma examines in his Catalysis study include Infrared spectroscopy, Electrolysis and Scanning electron microscope. His Carbon study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Furfuryl alcohol, Benzene, Microporous material, Toluene and Suspension polymerization.
The concepts of his Nuclear chemistry study are interwoven with issues in Melamine and Differential pulse voltammetry. The Photocatalysis study combines topics in areas such as Leaching, Composite number and Adsorption. His research brings together the fields of Activated carbon and Leaching.
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Removal of volatile organic compound by activated carbon fiber
Debasish Das;Vivekanand Gaur;Nishith Verma.
Removal of volatile organic compounds by cryogenic condensation followed by adsorption
Vineet K. Gupta;Nishith Verma.
Chemical Engineering Science (2002)
Comparative study of removal of volatile organic compounds by cryogenic condensation and adsorption by activated carbon fiber
P. Dwivedi;V. Gaur;A. Sharma;N. Verma.
Separation and Purification Technology (2004)
Removal of SO2 by activated carbon fibers in the presence of O2 and H2O
Vivekanand Gaur;Ritesh Asthana;Nishith Verma.
Wall effects in flow past a circular cylinder in a plane channel: a numerical study
Jyoti Chakraborty;Nishith Verma;R.P. Chhabra.
Chemical Engineering and Processing (2004)
Catalytic oxidation of NO by activated carbon fiber (ACF)
Sudhakar Adapa;Vivekanand Gaur;Nishith Verma.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2006)
Flux and retention analysis during micellar enhanced ultrafiltration for the removal of phenol and aniline
S.R. Jadhav;N. Verma;A. Sharma;P.K. Bhattacharya.
Separation and Purification Technology (2001)
Copper/zinc bimetal nanoparticles-dispersed carbon nanofibers: A novel potential antibiotic material
Mohammad Ashfaq;Nishith Verma;Suphiya Khan.
Materials Science and Engineering: C (2016)
Development of bi-metal doped micro- and nano multi-functional polymeric adsorbents for the removal of fluoride and arsenic(V) from wastewater
Vikas Kumar;Neetu Talreja;Dinesh Deva;Nalini Sankararamakrishnan.
Catalytic oxidation of toluene and m-xylene by activated carbon fiber impregnated with transition metals
Vivekanand Gaur;Ashutosh Sharma;Nishith Verma.
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