Dr. Ahmed Mohammed Abu-Dief Mohammed

Assistant Professor - Assistant professor of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry

Faculty of science

Address: Behind hospital of Sohag University - Ali Ebn Abi Taleb Street



Publications Which contain the keyword: Water treatment

Sustainable Nanocomposites for Water Treatment
Nanocomposites are now commonly employed to augment the standard polymeric membrane materials that are used in water treatment processes. In recent years, nanocomposite membranes have greatly attracted the attention of scientists for water treatment applications such as wastewater treatment, water purification, removal of microorganisms, chemical compounds, heavy metals, etc. The incorporation of different nanofillers, such as carbon nanotubes, metal nanocomposites, ... Read more

2018-12-28 17:49:45 Keywords Renewable Energy, Water treatment,
Weather effect on a solar powered hybrid adsorption desalinationcooling system: A case study of Egypt’s climate
Effect of employing solar hybrid adsorption desalination-cooling system (ADCS) at the Egyptian weather has been investigated using TRNSYS software employing meteorological data of Assiut city at Egypt. A theoretical model of a semi continues hybrid ADCS employing silica gel-water has been used. Maximum specific daily water production (SDWP) is found to be about 10 m3/ton of silica gel. Moreover, maximum ... Read more

Response of duckweed to lead exposure: phytomining, bioindicators and bioremediation
The ability of aquatic macrophytes to bioaccumulate toxic metals relative to the concentrations of these metals in wastewater has led to their use as phytoremediators. Lead (Pb) is among the most serious environmental contaminants. This study assesses the gibbous duckweed (Lemna gibba L.) as a bioaccumulator and bioindicator of Pb pollution. The plant recovery from a 12-d exposure period in ... Read more

A Promising Electrodeposited Iron Oxide Nanoparticles of Very High Saturation Magnetization and Superparamagnetic Properties for Remediation of Polluted Water with Lead Ions
For the first time, iron oxide nanoparticles (NPs) with very high saturation magnetization (Ms = 283 emu/g) and superparamagnetic properties compared with other published data are successfully obtained via a facile electrochemical method. Iron oxide nanoparticles (NPs) are fabricated by electro-reduction of the ferric-triethanolamine complex in an alkaline medium but at certain optimized conditions. Here, the electro-deposition pathway of iron ... Read more