Rozina Khattak

Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University of Peshawar

Asst. Prof. Dr Rozina Khattak serves as the Head of the Department of Chemistry at the Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University, Peshawar, Pakistan. She is actively engaged in teaching, administration, research, and publication with several publications in reputed international journals, books, and conference proceedings of national and international level. She completed her PhD degree from the University of Karachi, Department of Chemistry, Pakistan during 2012. She has been a visiting research scholar at the Durham University, Department of Chemistry, University Science Laboratories, Durham-UK during 2009. She joined the National Center of Excellence in Physical Chemistry, University of Peshawar, Pakistan and served as an Assistant Professor for a year, soon after completing her PhD from April 2012 onwards. Later on, she moved to the Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University Peshawar, Pakistan and started serving as an Assistant Professor with an additional charge of the Head of Department since October 2014.

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The book "Redox" provides vast insight into the oxidation-reduction reactions to its readers. The book consists of three sections that include redox in the coordination compounds, organic compounds and polymerization; redox in electrochemistry; and redox and fish welfare. The first section consists of three chapters that describe the role of redox reactions in several fields such as transition metal chemistry, degradation processes of toxic compounds and dyes in treatment of water and wastewater, the catalysis of oxidation of organic compounds by metal active sites, and synthesis of copolymers. The second section consists of two chapters. The role of redox reactions and reactivity description of compounds are discussed in the second section of the book. The non-aqueous redox flow batteries are described in this section. The third section extensively discusses the redox balance and fish welfare and consists of one chapter.

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