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Nusrat Tazeen Tonu
Assistant Professor

M.Sc. (Thesis), Khulna University of Engineering & Technology, Bangladesh.

B.Sc. (Thesis) in Chemistry, Khulna University, Bangladesh.

Physical Chemistry

Ongoing Project

Principal Investigator,Investigation of the adsorption capacity of carbon nanoparticle for the removal of heavy metals from waste water”. ID No. KU/RCell-04/2000-57, Research Cell, Khulna University, 2019.


A Novel Sensor for Simultaneous Detection of Dihydroxybenzene Isomers (Graduate Research)

Chemical and Microbial Investigation on Tamarindus indica Seed Lipid (Undergraduate Research)

Published Articles

  1. A. Syed, G. Kumar, N. T. Tonu*, S. Chakrabarty, Md. Mahiuddin and K. Hoque, 2020, An investigation on the adsorption capacity of carbon particle for the removal of Fe3+ ion from water, International Journal of Chemical Studies, 8(2), pp. 55-61.
  2. Md. Mahiuddin, N. T. Tonu, Md. R. Zaman, C. Mondal and M. A. Rabbi, 2020, Characterization of Corncob and Areca nut stem-based Wood Vinegar as Potential Fungicides, Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment, 24(1), pp. 106-110.
  3. P. K. Dhar, Md. N. Uddin, M. H. Ara, N. T. Tonu2019, Heavy Metals Concentration in Vegetables, Fruits and Cereals and Associated Health Risk of Human in Khulna, Bangladesh, Journal of Water and Environmental Sciences, 3(1), pp. 453-459.
  4. A. Kundu, D. K. Datta, N. T. Tonu* and M. R. Haque, 2018, Evaluating the Quality of Ground Water for Drinking Purpose in Jhenaidah Municipal Area, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science,Engineering and Technology, 7(10), pp. 10527-10536. 
  5. S. Chakrabarty, N. T. Tonu and N. K. Saha, 2017, Removal of Iron (II) Ion from Aqueous Solution Using Waste Tea Leaves, The International Journal of Engineering and Science, 6(12), pp. 62-67.


  1. M. A. Yousuf, N. T. Tonu, M. Jamal, 2016, “A novel sensor for simultaneous detection of dihydroxybenzene isomers”, 1st  Symposium on Chemistry for Global Solidarity, ILC -03.