Wael H.M. Abdelraheem

Lecturer -

Faculty of science

Address: Chemistry Department, Faculty of Science, Sohag 82524



Wael Abdelraheem is a lecturer of Analytical Chemnistry at Sohag University. He has 10+ years of undergraduate and graduate level techniching at the Collegue of Science. He teached several classes in Analytical Chemistry, Advenced Instrumentation, Titrations in Non-Aquous Solvents and others. His studies focus on the use of advanced oxidation technologies for the treatment of water contaminants of emerging concerns. He has performed several studies on photochemical and photocatalytic treatment of contaminants of emerging concerns in water for water reuse purposes. He has published 13 articles in Top peer-reviewed journals, and has participated in 21+ in local and international conferences ans symposiums.

2019-10-04 04:46:42 | Keywords Energy Production, UV-Irradiation, TiO2, ,
Near UV-irradiation of CuOx-impregnated TiO2 providing active species for H2 production through methanol photoreforming
Copper doped‐TiO2 (P25) nanomaterials have been intensively studied as promising catalysts for H2 production by photo‐reforming of selected organic compounds. However, the role of copper oxidation states on the improvement of photocatalytic activity is still debated. In this work, CuOx‐impregnated P25‐TiO2 catalysts were used for photocatalytic production of hydrogen from methanol. Copper species/oxidation states both in the as‐prepared catalysts and ... Read more

Hydrothermal synthesis of photoactive nitrogen- and boron- codoped TiO2 nanoparticles for the treatment of bisphenol A in wastewater: Synthesis, photocatalytic activity, degradation byproducts and reaction pathways
Hydrothermal technique was employed for the synthesis of N- and B-codoped TiO2 at different atomic percentages and calcination temperatures (350 and 400 °C). Borane _tert_-butylamine complex was used as a novel precursor for the dopant atoms. The photocatalytic activities of catalysts were evaluated for destruction of bisphenol A (BPA) spiked in clean water and in secondary treated wastewater influent (SWI) ... Read more