Jayesh M. Sonawane
Jayesh M. Sonawane
Fulbright Fellow, University of Massachusetts, United States.
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Recent advances in the development and utilization of modern anode materials for high performance microbial fuel cells
JM Sonawane, A Yadav, PC Ghosh, SB Adeloju
Biosensors and bioelectronics 90, 558-576, 2017
Low-cost stainless-steel wool anodes modified with polyaniline and polypyrrole for high-performance microbial fuel cells
JM Sonawane, SA Patil, PC Ghosh, SB Adeloju
Journal of Power Sources 379, 103-114, 2018
Agricultural waste and wastewater as feedstock for bioelectricity generation using microbial fuel cells: Recent advances
S Pandit, N Savla, JM Sonawane, AMD Sani, PK Gupta, AS Mathuriya, ...
Fermentation 7 (3), 169, 2021
Microbial fuel cell-based biological oxygen demand sensors for monitoring wastewater: state-of-the-art and practical applications
JM Sonawane, CI Ezugwu, PC Ghosh
ACS sensors 5 (8), 2297-2316, 2020
Landfill leachate: A promising substrate for microbial fuel cells
JM Sonawane, SB Adeloju, PC Ghosh
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 42 (37), 23794-23798, 2017
Treatment of domestic and distillery wastewater in high surface microbial fuel cells
JM Sonawane, E Marsili, PC Ghosh
International journal of hydrogen energy 39 (36), 21819-21827, 2014
Multi-electrode microbial fuel cell (MEMFC): a close analysis towards large scale system architecture
JM Sonawane, A Gupta, PC Ghosh
International journal of hydrogen energy 38 (12), 5106-5114, 2013
A comprehensive understanding of electro-fermentation
DD Bhagchandanii, RP Babu, JM Sonawane, N Khanna, S Pandit, ...
Fermentation 6 (3), 92, 2020
Microbial biofilms: Recent advances and progress in environmental bioremediation
JM Sonawane, AK Rai, M Sharma, M Tripathi, R Prasad
Science of The Total Environment 824, 153843, 2022
Exploring the use of polyaniline-modified stainless steel plates as low-cost, high-performance anodes for microbial fuel cells
JM Sonawane, S Al-Saadi, RKS Raman, PC Ghosh, SB Adeloju
Electrochimica Acta 268, 484-493, 2018
Fabrication of a carbon paper/polyaniline-copper hybrid and its utilization as an air cathode for microbial fuel cells
JM Sonawane, D Pant, PC Ghosh, SB Adeloju
ACS Applied Energy Materials 2 (3), 1891-1902, 2019
Microarray data classification using dual tree m-band wavelet features
JM Sonawane, SD Gaikwad, G Prakash
International journal of advances in signal and image sciences 3 (1), 19-24, 2017
Recent progress in microbial fuel cells using substrates from diverse sources
JM Sonawane, R Mahadevan, A Pandey, J Greener
Heliyon 8 (12), 2022
Denitrification process in microbial fuel cell: A comprehensive review
A Vijay, JM Sonawane, M Chhabra
Bioresource Technology Reports 17, 100991, 2022
Hydrodynamic interventions and measurement protocols to quantify and mitigate power overshoot in microbial fuel cells using microfluidics
MA Amirdehi, L Gong, N Khodaparastasgarabad, JM Sonawane, ...
Electrochimica Acta 405, 139771, 2022
Redox-active metal-organic frameworks for the removal of contaminants of emerging concern
CI Ezugwu, JM Sonawane, R Rosal
Separation and Purification Technology 284, 120246, 2022
Economic assessment of nanomaterials in bio-electrical water treatment
M Siegert, JM Sonawane, CI Ezugwu, R Prasad
Advanced research in nanosciences for water technology, 1-23, 2019
Mainstreaming microfluidic microbial fuel cells: a biocompatible membrane grown in situ improves performance and versatility
L Gong, MA Amirdehi, JM Sonawane, N Jia, LT de Oliveira, J Greener
Lab on a Chip 22 (10), 1905-1916, 2022
Effect of membrane biofouling on the performance of microbial electrochemical cells and mitigation strategies
DA Jadhav, S Pandit, JM Sonawane, PK Gupta, R Prasad, AD Chendake
Bioresource Technology Reports 15, 100822, 2021
Electrokinetic behaviour of conducting polymer modified stainless steel anodes during the enrichment phase in microbial fuel cells
JM Sonawane, PC Ghosh, SB Adeloju
Electrochimica Acta 287, 96-105, 2018
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