Nirupam Aich

PhD

Nirupam Aich.

Nirupam Aich

PhD

Nirupam Aich

PhD

Research Topics

Safer-by-design catalytic nanohybrids for pollutant removal from water and wastewater systems, fate and transport of next generation nanomaterials through terrestrial and subsurface media, interaction of complex nanohybrids with the biological wastewater treatment, additive manufacturing for nano-enable water treatment, environmental and human health implications of nanohybrids and nano-enable products such as electronic waste

Contact Information

232 Jarvis Hall

Buffalo NY, 14260

Phone: (716) 645-0977

nirupama@buffalo.edu

Biography Publications Teaching Research Honors and Awards

Recent Publications

  • Masud, A., Chavez Soria, N.G., Aga, D., Aich, N.,* Adsorption and advanced oxidation of diverse pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) from water using highly efficient rGO-nZVI nanohybrids, Environmental Science: Water Research and Technology, 2020, 2223-2238.
  • Mehrabi, N., Abdul Haq, U.F., Reza, M.T., Aich, N.,* Application of Deep Eutectic Solvent for Conjugation of Magnetic Nanoparticles onto Graphene Oxide for Lead(II) and Methylene Blue Removal, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 2020, 104222.
  • Wang, Y., Peris, A., Rifat, M.R., Ahmed, S.I., Aich, N., Nguyen, L.V., Urik, J., Eljarrat, E., Vrana, B., Jantunen, L.M., Diamond, M.L., Measuring exposure of e-waste dismantlers in Dhaka Bangladesh to organophosphate esters and halogenated flame retardants using silicone wristbands and T-shirts, Science of the Total Environment, 2020, 137480.
  • Mohona, T., Gupta, A., Masud, A., Chien, S-C., Lin, L-C., Nalam, P., Aich, N.,* Aggregation behavior of inorganic 2D nanomaterials beyond graphene: Insights from molecular modeling and modified DLVO theory, Environmental Science & Technology, 2019, 53 (8), 4161-4172.
  • Wang, D., Saleh, N., Sun, W., Shen, C., Aich, N., Peijnenburg, W.J.G.M., Zhang, W., Jin, Y., Su, C; Park, C.M., Next-generation multifunctional carbon-metal nanohybrids for energy and environmental applications, Environmental Science & Technology, 2019, 53, 13, 7265-7287.
  • Mehrabi, N., Masud, A., Afolabi, M., Hwang, J.W., Calderon Ortiz, G.A., Aich, N.,* Synthesis and characterization of magnetic graphene oxide-nano zero valent iron (GO-nZVI) nanohybrids using biocompatible cross-linkers for contaminant removal, RSC Advances, 2019, 9, 963-973.
  • Wang, Q.,$ Masud, A.,$ Aich, N.,* Wu, Y.,* In vitro pulmonary toxicity of reduced graphene oxide-nano zero valent iron nanohybrids and comparison with parent nanomaterial attributes, ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 2018, 6 (10), pp 12797-12806. (Invited Research Article).
  • Masud, A., Cui, Y., Atkinson, J.D., Aich, N.,* Shape matters: Cr(VI) removal using iron nanoparticle impregnated 1-D vs 2-D carbon nanohybrids prepared by ultrasonic spray pyrolysis, Journal of Nanoparticle Research, 2018, 20 (3), pp 64.
  • Wang, D., Park, C.M., Masud, A., Aich, N., Su, C., Carboxymethylcellulose mediates the transport of carbon nanotubes-magnetite nanohybrid aggregates in water-saturated porous media, Environmental Science & Technology., 2017, 51 (21), 12405-12415.
  • Aich, N., Boateng, L. K., Sabaraya, I. V., Das, D., Flora, J. R. V., Saleh, N. B.,^ Aggregation kinetics of higher order fullerenes in aquatic systems, Environmental Science & Technology, 2016, 50 (7), 3562–3571.
  • Aich, N., Plazas-Tuttle, J., Lead, J.R., Saleh, N.B.,^ A critical review of nanohybrids: synthesis, applications, and environmental implications, Environmental Chemistry, 2014, 11, 609-623. (Cover Article)