His primary areas of investigation include Nuclear chemistry, Actinide, Extraction, Nitric acid and Inorganic chemistry. His Nuclear chemistry research incorporates themes from Aqueous solution, Metal ions in aqueous solution, Fission products and Facilitated diffusion. The various areas that V. K. Manchanda examines in his Actinide study include Radiochemistry and Phosphine oxide.
His Extraction study combines topics in areas such as Stoichiometry and Stripping. He combines subjects such as Selectivity and Equilibrium constant with his study of Nitric acid. His study in Inorganic chemistry focuses on Americium in particular.
V. K. Manchanda spends much of his time researching Nuclear chemistry, Extraction, Inorganic chemistry, Nitric acid and Uranium. The Nuclear chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Radiochemistry, Fission products and Metal ions in aqueous solution. V. K. Manchanda interconnects Solvent, Aqueous two-phase system, Aqueous solution and Stripping in the investigation of issues within Extraction.
The concepts of his Inorganic chemistry study are interwoven with issues in Ionic strength, Sorption, Phase, Phosphate and 18-Crown-6. His Nitric acid research focuses on Facilitated diffusion and how it relates to Membrane technology. His Uranium research includes elements of Tri-N-butyl Phosphate and Amide.
V. K. Manchanda mainly investigates Radiochemistry, Nuclear chemistry, Actinide, Uranium and Extraction. His specific area of interest is Nuclear chemistry, where V. K. Manchanda studies Diluent. His Actinide research is included under the broader classification of Inorganic chemistry.
His Inorganic chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Emulsion, Desorption and Activation energy. His Uranium research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Neutron activation analysis, Isotope and Cyclotron. His Extraction research integrates issues from Stripping and Nitric acid.
His main research concerns Inorganic chemistry, Radiochemistry, Actinide, Phosphate and Solvent. In Inorganic chemistry, he works on issues like Uranium, which are connected to Aqueous solution, Desorption, Adsorption and Sorption. His Radiochemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Human decontamination, Extraction, Stripping and Lanthanide.
His study ties his expertise on Nitric acid together with the subject of Phosphate. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Dodecane, Diluent, Nuclear chemistry, Ether and Crown ether. His Nuclear chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Membrane method and Strontium.
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Chemistry of Diglycolamides: Promising Extractants for Actinide Partitioning
Seraj A. Ansari;Priyanath Pathak;Prasanta K. Mohapatra;Vijay K. Manchanda.
Chemical Reviews (2012)
N,N,N′,N′‐Tetraoctyl Diglycolamide (TODGA): A Promising Extractant for Actinide‐Partitioning from High‐Level Waste (HLW)
S. A. Ansari;P. N. Pathak;V. K. Manchanda;M. Husain.
Solvent Extraction and Ion Exchange (2005)
Amides and diamides as promising extractants in the back end of the nuclear fuel cycle: an overview
V.K. Manchanda;P.N. Pathak.
Separation and Purification Technology (2004)
Aqueous Partitioning of Minor Actinides by Different Processes
Seraj A. Ansari;Priyanath Pathak;Prashanta K. Mohapatra;Vijay K. Manchanda.
Separation and Purification Reviews (2011)
Phytoremediation: role of terrestrial plants and aquatic macrophytes in the remediation of radionuclides and heavy metal contaminated soil and water
Sunita Sharma;Bikram Singh;V. K. Manchanda;V. K. Manchanda.
Environmental Science and Pollution Research (2015)
Effect of gamma irradiation on the optical properties of CR-39 polymer
Tanu Sharma;Sanjeev Aggarwal;Shyam Kumar;V. K. Mittal.
Journal of Materials Science (2007)
Substituted malonamides as extractants for partitioning of actinides from nuclear waste solutions
G.R. Mahajan;D.R. Prabhu;V.K. Manchanda;L.P. Badheka.
Waste Management (1998)
Chemical aspects of uranium recovery from seawater by amidoximated electron-beam-grafted polypropylene membranes
Sadananda Das;A.K. Pandey;Anjali Athawale;Virendra Kumar.
Counter-current extraction of uranium and lanthanides from simulated high-level waste using N,N,N′,N′-tetraoctyl diglycolamide
S.A. Ansari;D.R. Prabhu;R.B. Gujar;A.S. Kanekar.
Separation and Purification Technology (2009)
Exchanges of uranium(VI) species in amidoxime-functionalized sorbents.
Sadananda Das;Ashok K. Pandey;Anjali A. Athawale;Vijay K. Manchanda.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2009)
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