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Uptake Capacity of Pb2+ by Sulphonated Biomass of Cicer arietinum: Batch Studies
A. A. Kale
ISRN Environmental Chemistry , 2013, DOI: 10.1155/2013/320649
Abstract: Fundamental investigation on the removal of heavy metal Pb2+ from aqueous solutions by sulphonated biomass (S-III) of Cicer arietinum is conducted in batch mode. The effect of different parameters such as contact time, sorbent dose, pH and temperature has been studied. Adsorption kinetic modeling data were found. The kinetics of biosorption results shows that sorption process is well explained by pseudo-second-order model with determination coefficients 0.998 for S-III under all experimental conditions. The sorption mechanism was determined by Weber and Morris intraparticle diffusion model. Thermodynamic parameters, namely, and G,have also been calculated to determine the spontaneity of the process. 1. Introduction The process adsorption is found to be, highly effective, cheap, and easy method. Active carbon in most cases has been used as adsorbent for reclamation of municipal and industrial wastewater for almost the last few decades, but the high cost carbon has inspired investigation to search for low cost agriculture waste as adsorbents. A batch study was carried out by Ncibi et al. on biosorption of textile dyes [1] from aqueous solutions using Posidonia oceanica leaf sheath fibres. The uptake capacity of chromium(VI) by nitrated and sulphonated Coconut shell carbon [2] was studied by Selvi and Jeyanthi. A sorption study of Al3+, Co2+, and Ag+ in aqueous solutions by Fluted pumpkin [3] waste biomass was carried out by Jnr and Spiff. Girgis and Ishak have been worked on activated carbon from cotton stalks [4] by impregnation with phosphoric acid. Farooqui et al. reported the use of leaves of cauliflower [5] for removal of iron from wasterwater. Removal of Fe2+, Zn2+, and Mg2+ from polluted water using thioglycolic modified oil-palm fibre [6] was done by Akaniwor et al.who worked on adsorption of dyes, chromate, and metallic ions by poly(ethyleneimine) [7]. Adsorption behavior of Cd2+, Pb2+, Ni2+, Cd2+, and Zn2+ from aqueous solutions by Mangifera indica [8] seed shell was reported by Ajmal et al. Choy and Mckay studied the rate of adsorption of cadmium [9], copper, and zinc ions onto bone char in three single component systems using an agitated batch adsorbent rice straw, soybean hull, sugar bagasse. The biosorption of cadmium and lead ion from artificial aqueous solution using waste baker’s yeast biomass [10] was investigated by Goksungur et al. Akar et al. carried out a study on Pb2+ accumulation on the surface of Botrytis cinerea [11]. Padmavathy et al. worked on the biosorption of nickel(II) ions by deactivated protonated yeast [12]. Partially
Elevated amniotic fluid amino acid levels in fetuses with gastroschisis
Kale, A.;Kale, E.;Akdeniz, N.;Canoruc, N.;
Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-879X2006000800004
Abstract: our objective was to measure maternal plasma and amniotic fluid amino acid concentrations in pregnant women diagnosed as having fetuses with gastroschisis in the second trimester of pregnancy. twenty-one pregnant women who had fetuses with gastroschisis detected by ultrasonography (gastroschisis group) in the second trimester and 32 women who had abnormal triple screenings indicating an increased risk for down syndrome but had healthy fetuses (control group) were enrolled in the study. amniotic fluid was obtained by amniocentesis, and maternal plasma samples were taken simultaneously. the chromosomal analysis of the study and control groups was normal. levels of free amino acids and non-essential amino acids were measured in plasma and amniotic fluid samples using ez:fast kits (ez:fast gc/fid free (physiological) amino acid kit) by gas chromatography (focus gc ai 3000 thermo finnigan analyzer). the mean levels of essential amino acids (histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, and valine) and non-essential amino acids (alanine, glycine, proline, and tyrosine) in amniotic fluid were found to be significantly higher in fetuses with gastroschisis than in the control group (p < 0.05). a significant positive correlation between maternal plasma and amniotic fluid concentrations of essential and nonessential amino acids was found only in the gastroschisis group (p < 0.05). the detection of significantly higher amino acid concentrations in the amniotic fluid of fetuses with a gastroschisis defect than in healthy fetuses suggests the occurrence of amino acid malabsorption or of amino acid leakage from the fetus into amniotic fluid.
Multi-sensing Selection Process
Vishnu R. Kale,V. A. Kulkarni
International Journal of Advanced Electrical and Electronics Engineering , 2013,
Abstract: The paper presents a smart approach for a real time inspection and selection of objects in continuous flow. In the proposed approach, parallel channels are carved on a planar substrate to contain object flow. Each channel operates independently by processing and selecting objects one by one using multiple sensing units. The sorting process is based on a 2 phase operative methodology defined 1) a self-learning step where the apparatus “learns” to identify objects ; 2) an operative selection process where objects are detected, classified using a decisional algorithm and selected in real time. The Project deals with an automated material handling system. It aims in classifying the colored objects by colour, size, which are coming on the conveyor by picking and placing the objects in its respective pre-programmed place. Thereby eliminating the monotonous work done by human, achieving accuracy and speed in the work. The project involve sensors that senses the object’s colour, size and sends the signal to the microcontroller. The microcontroller sends signal to circuit which drives the various motors of the robotic arm to grip the object and place it in the specified location. Based upon the detection, the robotic arm moves to the specified location, releases the object and comes back to the original position [1] [2].
Design and Analysis of On-Chip Router for Network On Chip
Ms. A.S. Kale #1
International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology , 2011,
Abstract: Continuous scaling of CMOS technology makes it possible to integrate a large number of heterogeneous devices that need to communicate efficiently on a single chip.For this efficient routers are needed to takes place communication between these devices. This paper gives thedesign of on-chip routers based on optimizing power consumption and chip area. Proposed architecture of on-chip router in this paper give the results in which power consumption is reduced and silicon area is also minimize.
Use of aminocaproic acid (ACA) in extra-amniotic MTP in patients on anti-coagulant therapy.
Kale P,Shah M,Pathare A
Journal of Postgraduate Medicine , 1992,
Abstract: A case of rheumatic heart disease (RHD) with prosthetic mitral valve endocarditis receiving anticoagulation with heparin, underwent medical termination of pregnancy in a second trimester. The following report entails the use of aminocaproic acid (ACA) in preventing excessive bleeding during and after the procedure, while the patient continued to receive anticoagulant therapy.
Lesch-Nyhan syndrome: A case report
Kale A,Shah K,Hallikerimath S
Journal of the Indian Society of Pedodontics and Preventive Dentistry , 2008,
Abstract: Lesch-Nyhan syndrome, a rare inborn error of metabolism, is characterized by mental retardation and self-destructive behavior resulting in self-mutilation through biting and scratching. It is a rare anomaly consisting of deficiency in the production of hypoxanthine phosphoribosyltransferase that leads to the overproduction of purine and accumulation of uric acid. No medical treatment exists to alleviate the symptoms of self-mutilation where direct dental intervention is the only way these behavior can be affected. A unique case of this type affecting a 6-year-old male child is reported.
Investigation Of Role Of Wo Additive On Drift Mobility And 3 The Dc Electrical Resistivity Of Nicuzn Spinel Ferrite
Datta Kakde,C.M.Kale,A. A. Pandit,C.M.Kale
Golden Research Thoughts , 2012, DOI: 10.9780/22315063
Abstract: The DC electrical resistivity was studied for Ni0.3Cu0.2Zn0.5Fe2O4 + x WO3samples (x= 0.00 wt. % to 1.00 wt. % in the steps of 0.25wt. % WO ) prepared by using 3conventional ceramic technique. The DC electrical resistivity ρ, Curie temperature Tc and activation energies for electric conduction in ferromagnetic (Ef) and paramagnetic (Fp) region. The variation of logarithm of resistivity with reciprocal of temperature shows a definite kink near Curie temperature. The plot of resistivity obeys the Arrhenius relation. It has been found that the resistivity decreases with WO additives significantly. 3The activation energy in paramagnetic region and ferrimagnetic region has been calculated from resistivity plot. It is observed that the activation energy in paramagnetic region is greater than in ferrimagnetic region. Drift mobility of all the samples has been calculated and it was observed that the samples having higher resistivity have low mobility. And also mobility decreases as Curie temperature decreases.
S. C. Kale,M. S. Palled,A. R. Bhat,M. K. Kale
International Journal of Biomedical and Advance Research , 2011, DOI: 10.7439/ijbar.v2i3.27
Abstract: Artesunate is a new potent antimalarial drug and is a synthetic analogue of artemisinin. A simple, economical, fast, and precise reverse phase high performance liquid chromatographic method has been developed for the determination of Artesunate in tablet dosage form. The present method was developed on C-18 Hypersil (5 micron 25 cm — 4.6 mm) column, in isocratic mode with mobile phase acetonitrile: methanol (70: 30 v/v) at a constant flow rate of 1.0 ml/min and the detection wavelength was 211 nm. Proposed method was validated for precision, accuracy, linearity range, recovery, robustness and ruggedness. The developed method can be used for assay of Artesunate in pharmaceutical preparations.
A Modified Combined Approach Framework of Climate Impact and Adaptation Assessment for Water Resource Systems Based on Experience Derived from Different Adaptation Studies in the Context of Climate Change  [PDF]
Ganesh D. Kale
Journal of Water Resource and Protection (JWARP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jwarp.2013.512129

Warming of climate system is undisputed as evident from observations of increasing average temperatures of air and ocean, large scale melting of ice and increasing global average sea levels. The effect of climate change directly impacts society through the chain of climate-hydrology-water-water resources systems-society. Adaptation and mitigation are the two ways of society to respond the changes in climate. Adaptations may be reactive, anticipatory, autonomous, planned, compliment and substitute type. The adaptations are carried out with the help of guidelines for climate impact and adaptation assessment. The guidelines are subjective or objective. Objective guidelines are step by step procedures to arrive at proper adaptation measures while subjective guidelines are step by step adaptation measures given on the basis of study of area, problem at hand and prerequisites for the adaptation. Many objective guidelines of climate impact and adaptation assessment are given. These objective guidelines can be classified into two approaches: hazard based approach and vulnerability based approach. Both approaches have their own pros and cons, so combined approach with more focus on vulnerability was suggested as the best. In this study based on the lessons learned from the adaptation case studies across the world, the combined approach framework is modified to get modified combined approach framework of guidelines for climate impact and adaptation assessment by adding the components related: 1) explicit mentioning of stakeholders 2) revision, modification and communication of adaptation actions.

A rare variation of the round ligament of the liver
Kale A,Gayretli O,Ozturk A,Bayraktar B
International Journal of Anatomical Variations , 2009,
Abstract: The round ligament of liver is formed by obliteration of the umblical vein, which exists in embryological life. We report an unusual variation of the round ligament of liver. During routine dissections, we encountered an unusual structure over rectus abdominis sheath of a 63-year-old male cadaver. This structure was determined to be the round ligament of liver. This ligament was not only more superficial than it normally should be, but also in an unusual manner: it reached the liver’s visceral surface after running on its way on the diaphragmatic surface of liver, thus the fissure for round ligament was not observed. Consequently this cadaver’s liver was not divided into lobes on the visceral surface. The residual lumen of the round ligament of liver is important for umbilical vein catheterization. We conclude that this rare variation may be important for catheterization and abdominal surgical procedures.
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