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Radhika Singh

Dr. Radhika Singh is an assistant professor of chemistry at the Dayalbagh Educational Institute. Their research concerns working on Anaerobic conversion of wastes to biofuels, mainly hydrogen. They have also explored in the area of Microbial Fuel Cells for conversion of biodegradable wastewater into hydrogen and electricity.

Pretreatment Processes For Lignocellulosic Wastes

Today the protection of the environment from pollution is of instant concern, which can only be attained by finding an alternative to the use of chemicals for biofuel production. In recent decades, use of lignocellulosic waste as a feedstock for […]