Leather Research Institute, BCSIR Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh
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  1. Raw stock –The challenge for the tannery. Bangladesh Leather, Vol. 17 No. 23, January, 2002
  2. Minimizing the environmental impact of chrome tanning by recovering and reusing of basic chromium sulphate from spent chrome liquor. BJSIR, 2003, 38 (1-2), 55-60.
  3. Use of magnesium sulphate and boric acid to reduce ecologically unfavoured ammonium sulphate as deliming agent in leather processing.  BJSIR, 2004, 39 (1-2), 71-76
  4. Studies on the tanning with glutaraldehyde as an alternative to the traditional chrome tanning system for the production of chrome free leather. BJSIR, 2008, 43 (4), 549-554
  5. Development of hair-save unhairing method using organic thio compounds in pre-tanning stages of leather production. International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research 5(12):376-382, December, 2014
  6. Fatliquor preparation from Karanja seed oil (Pongamia pinnata L.) and its application for leather processing. IOSR Journal of Applied Chemistry (IOSR-JAC) e-ISSN: 2278-5736.Volume 8, Issue 1 Ver. I. (Jan. 2015), PP 54-58
  7. Extraction of polypeptide solution from Tannery solid waste (chrome shavings) and its application as Poultry feed. IOSR Journal of Applied Chemistry (IOSR-JAC) e-ISSN: 2278-736.Volume 9, Issue 11 Ver. III. (November, 2016), PP 32-35
  8. Extraction of Dye from Natural Source (LAC) & its Application on LeatherJuly 2017, American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences34:1-7
  9. Ammonia-Reduced Deliming using Glycolic Acid and EDTA and its Effect on Tannery Effluent and Quality of Leather, June 2018, Journal- American Leather Chemists Association 113(July, 2018)


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