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Dr. Anupam Agarwal

Assistant Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry

anupam.agarwal@sharda.ac.in

About

Dr Agarwal received her M.Sc. & Ph.D degree in Organic Chemistry from Dr B.R. Ambedkar University, Agra. India. During her Ph.D. research she synthesized organophosphate esters, which have wide scope in insecticides, herbicides and plasticizers industries. Then she spent more than one year improving her teaching skills as a lecturer and an additional year working as a chemist in an industrial laboratory in India. In 2008 she moved to University of Western Ontario, Canada for Post Doctoral Research to upgrade her professional skills and qualification. There she worked on various industrial projects

  • Nanoformulation of Active Ingredients and Determination of their Mobility in Soil for Crop Protection.
  • Development of Nanoscale Supported Catalysts and Determination of their Catalytic Activity.
  • Determination of Photocatalytic Activity of Doped TiO2 and Bi2O3 Nanoparticles.
  • Investigating Cost Effective Technologies for Treatment and Reuse of Industrial and Municipal Wastewater.
  • Characterization and Optimization of the Membrane System for the Concentration of Nanoparticles in Aqueous Solution.

In August 2010 she joined Sharda University to apply her research and teaching skills so that they may benefit Sharda University. Dr. Agrawals main research interest is in water remediation.

Experience
  • 11 years
Qualification
  • Ph.D
  • Post Doc.
  • M.Sc.
Research

  • Ridwanu M., Agarwal, A." Removal of Methylene Blue Dye from Aqueous Solution using Activated Jamun Leaf Powder " International Journal of Science Technology & Management, Vol.4 (2015), pp 229-232.
  • Agarwal et al., “Belpatra (Aegel Marmelos) Bark Powder as an Adsorbent for the Color Removal of Textile Dye Torque Blue” International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Technology Vol.4(2015), pp 56-60.
  • Anupam Agarwal, Yanqing Xu, Cost Effective Technologies for recycling of waste water, Scholars Press, ISBN 978-3-639-70781-6(2014)
  • Anupam Agarwal "Kinetic Study of 2,4,5-Trichloroaniline Phosphate Esters", LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, ISBN 978-3-8443-2417-4 ( 2011).
  • Agarwal et al. ‘Synthesis, Mechanistic and Kinetic Study of 2,4,5- Trichloroaniline Phosphate Mono-ester, Asian Journal of Chemistry, Vol. 18 (2006), pp 2969-2982.
  • Agarwal et al. ‘Kinetics and Mechanism of the Hydrolysis of 4- Bromo - 2,6- Dimethylphenyl Phosphate Mono-ester, Asian Journal Chemistry, Vol. 17 (2005), pp 109-116.
  • Agarwal et al., Synthesis, Mechanistic Interpretation and Kinetic Study of Potentially Active Substituent of 2,4,6-Trimethylaniline Phosphate Mono-Ester, Acta Ciencia Indica, Vol. 34(2008), pp 253-268
  • Agarwal Anupam ‘Synthesis of some phosphate Mono-esters, Oriental Journal of Chemistry, Vol. 23 (2007), pp 773-774.
  • Agarwal et al. ‘Synthesis, Mechanistic Interpretation and Kinetic Study of 2,4,5- Trichloroaniline Phosphate, Di-ester in Acid Media, Acta Ciencia Indica, Vol. XXXII, (2006), pp 101-110.

Certifications

  • MHRD sponsored GIAN course on “Recent Developments in Nano Materials for Energy and Health Care Applications” Department of Chemistry, Jamia Millia Islamia, India.
  • QIP course “Fluorescence Spectroscopy and its Application”, IIT, Kanpur, India.
  • Dale Carnegie Training. Wipro, India
  • Teaching Assistant Training Program, Canada.
  • Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System, Canada.

Area of Interest

  • Water Remediation
  • Bioadsorbent
  • Nanomaterial