Of Ranjan Khanna is a literary critic and theorist recognized for her interdisciplinary, feminist and internationalist contributions to the field of postcolonial studies, feminist theory, literature and political philosophy. She is best known for her work on melancholia and psychoanalysis, and has published extensively on questions of post-colonial Agency, film, Algeria, regional studies, autobiography, Marxism, visual and feminist theory. He defended his doctoral thesis in from the University of York. She has taught at the University of Washington in Seattle and the University of Utah, and in began teaching at Duke University, where she is Professor of English language, literature and research on women. Her theorization of subjectivity and sovereignty, including her latest works of despair, humiliation and individuals, engages with the work of various thinkers, such as Derrida, irigaray as, Kant, Marx, Heidegger, de Beauvoir and Spivak.
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In recent years, the occurrence of persistent organic compounds in industrial as well as municipal effluents is becoming a serious threat to the environment. The pharmaceutical compounds present along with those organics have a detrimental effect on our environment. Among various well established wastewater treatment technologies, advanced oxidation processes AOPs using TiO 2 nanoparticles have shown promising results against various organic wastewater pollutants. This study represents an in-depth review of applications of TiO 2 in the treatment of various pharmaceutical wastes and the effects of associated process controlling parameters. It also highlights aspects of different application techniques of TiO 2 nanoparticles and the involvement of reaction kinetics in photocatalytic degradation. If you are not the author of this article and you wish to reproduce material from it in a third party non-RSC publication you must formally request permission using Copyright Clearance Center. Go to our Instructions for using Copyright Clearance Center page for details.
The degradation of chlorhexidine digluconate CHD has been investigated using TiO 2 suspension under UV irradiation with variation of pH, catalyst loading and substrate concentration within the range of 4. The influence of reaction parameters has been studied and reasons behind those have been correspondingly established. The molecular weights of by-products have been identified after photocatalytic degradation using mass spectroscopy. During the optimization of the process parameters, subtractive clustering fuzzy inference system has been employed to generate the optimum fuzzy rule base sets. A stable estimation technique has been attained by applying hybrid learning algorithm.
Section read with Section 34 of the IPC. Supervisor: Prof. John Rillos.
I needed a speech and replies to possible questions on the subject of whether it is all right to live using money that are given to you for free without any limits or you should work to earn your living on your own.