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  • Fabrication and characterization of pristine and Pd functionalized reduced graphene oxide for ammonia sensing


Dr. NITIKA CHOUDHARY SANGITA JAIN

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A chemical sensor's sensing capability, stability, and specificity for detecting gases in a range of environments are important to the sensor's commercialization. We created highly selective ammonia sensors using Pd nanoparticles and reduced graphene oxide (rGO) nanocomposites. It was revealed that hierarchical nanoarchitectures may be created with excellent efficiency using a surfactant-free hydrothermal approach for the fabrication of sensing components. The generated rGO and PD/rGO nanocomposite's structure, morphology, and electronic properties were examined using AFM, FESEM,and EDS technique. To further understand the detecting abilities of the sensors; dosage, temperature, and time-dependent ammonia and carbon monoxide sensing experiments were conducted on pure rGO and Pd/rGO nanocomposite sensors. The 2 wt. % Pd/rGO nanocomposite sensor achieved a sensor response of 97 percent at 100 °C, which is a seven fold increase over a pure rGO-based device


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  • TO STUDY OF LIGNIN FOR VALUE ADDED PRODUCTS AND ASSESSMENT OF THEIR INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION


Kanduri Venkata Sadasiva Rao Dr Aakansha Goswami

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The products collected from the LC-MS analysis will also be useful in determining the MG degradation mechanism by A. flavus. The phytotoxicity and micotoxicity tests also guarantee that the breakdown products are not environmentally damaging. To immobilize the A. flavus, several inert materials such as polyurethane foam, vegetable foam, stainless steel gauge, ash, and clay bricks were utilized (F10). The immobilized fungus has a higher breakdown efficiency and takes less time to degrade. lignin fractions isolated from the wood of A. nilotica using Pressurized Solvent Extraction (PSE) and Successive Solvent Extraction (SSE) were investigated for antioxidant, free radical scavenging, and anticancer activity


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  • STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SM ADDICTION AND BEHAVIOURAL ANXIETY AMONG ADOLESCENTS


KM Kashika Dr. Bobinder Singh

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When it comes to teens and SM, images are king. Modern day beauty standards are spread through SM. Teens may develop behavior-based anxiety after being exposed to these cultural beauty norms. The effects of SM addiction and behavioural anxiety in adolescents were studied in this cross-sectional study. A total of 340 Indian adolescents from the Mumbai area were chosen as respondents for this research.


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  • "NANO EMULSION-ENHANCED NANOPARTICLES: CONVERGING WITH ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FOR PRECISION DRUG DELIVERY IN CANCER THERAPY"


Elayaraja Natarajan Dr. Umesh Kumar

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The synergy of AI and nanotechnology offers a promising avenue for enhancing targeted cancer drug delivery, including the use of nanoemulsions. This study extensively explores this alliance through a thorough literature review. It highlights AI's role in drug discovery and optimization, especially in repurposing, molecular generation, and sensitivity prediction. Challenges and potentials emerge. The research also focuses on critical themes like Drug Delivery, AI Integration, and Nanoparticle Complexity. AI-driven simulations aid nanoscale image interpretation, while neural networks optimize controlled drug release. These findings underscore AI's transformative role in drug development and its merging with nanoparticles, such as nanoemulsions, for advanced cancer therapy.


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