Name: Rahele Rostamian

Country: Iran, Islamic Republic of

Affiliation:

University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran.

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School of Chemistry,
University of Tehran,
Tehran, Iran.

Research Interests:

Wastewater Treatment, Nanoparticle Synthesis, Adsorption, Computational Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Molecular Dynamics Simulation, Catalyst Synthesis, Kinetic Modeling, Surface Engineering, Graphene, Surface Functionalization, Surface Chemistry, Chemical Kinetics, Photochemical Processes, Nanoparticle Research, Upconversion, Chemical Thermodynamics, Quantum, Fluorescence Upconversion, photoresponsible particles, tomor therapy, Photoresponsive Materials, silica nano hollow sphere synthesis.

Biography:

Publications:

  1. A Comparative Adsorption Study of Sulfamethoxazole onto Graphene and Graphene oxide Nanosheets through Equilibrium, Kinetic and Thermodynamic Modeling.
  2. Nano-sphere silica sulfuric acid: Novel and efficient catalyst in the one-pot multi-component synthesis.
  3. Application of silica vanadic acid as a heterogeneous, selective and highly reusable catalyst for oxidation of sulfides at room temperature.
  4. Synthesis and characterization of thiol-functionalized silica nano hollow sphere as a novel adsorbent for removal of poisonous heavy metal ions from water: Kinetics, isotherms and error analysis.
  5. Chemically modified silica gel with thiol group as an adsorbent for retention of some toxic soft metal ions from water and industrial effluent.
  6. Fabrication of thiol functionalized nano hollow silica spheres by MPTMS.
  7. Application of silica vanadic acid as a heterogeneous, selective and highly reusable catalyst for oxidation of sulfides at room temperature.
  8. Surveying Social-Cultural Impacts on Tourism Industry.
  9. Molecular Dynamics Simulation of the Melting Process in Au15Ag40 Nanoalloys.
  10. A unified platform for experimental and quantum mechanical study of antibiotic removal from water.
  11. Insights into doxycycline adsorption onto graphene nanosheet: a combined quantum mechanics, thermodynamics, and kinetic study.
  12. A comprehensive adsorption study and modeling of antibiotics as a pharmaceutical waste by graphene oxide nanosheets.