المعلومات الاساسية
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الاسم : جاسم محمد سلمان

القسم : قسم تقنيات المختبرات الطبية

البريد الالكتروني : jasim.s@kunoozu.edu.iq

حساب كوكل سكولر : https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jasim_Salman2

حساب ريسيرج كيت : https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jasim_Salman2

مزيد من التفاصيل :

السيرة الذاتية 

التفاصيل الشخصية:

الاسم: جاسم محمد سلمان التميمي 

المؤهلات

 / 2010دكتوراه (هندسة كيمياوي )
- ماجستير (كيمياء) (جامعة بغداد) / 1990
- بكالوريوس (مهندس كيميائي) (جامعة بغداد) / 1986 

الخبرة:
عملية المهندس الكيميائي ، عملية الامتزاز ، إعداد الكربون المنشط ، التطبيقات البيئية ، المياه ، التربة ، مراقبة الهواء وتحليله (المختبرات والمجالات) ، تطبيقات الطاقة الشمسية.
 1.امتصاص الملوثات في المحاليل المائية ومراحل الغاز
 2.إعداد الكربون المنشط وتعديله كحامل محفز

 3. تقييم عوامل البيئة (المياه والتربة والهواء) المختبرات والمجالات
 4.تحليل البترول

 5. التلوث البيئي و معالجة المياه الصناعية 
 6.مراقبة مستمرة (مراقبة في الوقت الحقيقي) لمياه الشرب والأنهار 

 7. إعداد صفات مختلفة من الزيوت والشحوم المتخصصة 
 8.تطبيقات الطاقة الشمسية
 9. تطبيقات الهندسة الكيميائية

 10.مبيدات الآفات والاكتئاب ، BETX ، المعادن الثقيلة مركبات البترول والفينولات في التربة والمياه. 

الوظيفة الحالية: - 
1- عميد كلية جامعة الكنوز (2019- الى الان)

2 - مساعد العميد للشؤون العلمية - كلية جامعة النسور (2016-2019)

3 - مدير الإنتاج والمختبرات

4 - مدير عام مراقبة الجودة (1986-2015(

مراجعة المخطوطات في المجلات العلمية:
.1  مجلة تحلية المياه ومعالجتها
.2  مجلة العلوم البيئية والصحة ، الجزء ب
.3  المجلة الأفريقية للتكنولوجيا الحيوية
.4  مجلة الموارد الحيوية
.5  مجلة الهندسة الكيميائية
.6  السائل المرحلة التوازن مجلة
.7  رسائل ومراجعات الكيمياء الخضراء ، المجلة الدولية لإعادة تدوير النفايات العضوية في الزراعة
.8  المجلة الدولية للبحوث في الكيمياء والبيئة (IJRCE)
.9  مجلة التحليل الحراري والتطبيقي
.10  مجلة معهد تايوان للمهندسين الكيميائيين
.11  بحث في مجلة الوسطيات الكيميائية
.12  المجلة الأمريكية للزراعة التجريبية
.13  مجلة علوم وتكنولوجيا الانفصال.
.14  دائرة براءات الاختراع- وزارة التخطيط- العراق

 

البحوث :

 

H.S. Mohammed, S. Dowes and J. M. Salman. Developing of SCM-SAC-OCDMA-FSO System by using MD Code Technque to Overcome the Haze Attenuation.Journal of Information and Telecommunication, 2019.


J. Kadhim, F. M. Abed and J. M. Salman. Evaluation of dioxins and polychlorinated biphenyl in growing sheep's, bovines and fish's meat using chromatography techniques. Vol: 14 (No.:03-04): (Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences. 2019/February.


A. J. Kadhim and J. M. Salman. Optimization study of preparation twigs tamarisk trees activated carbon for removal of methylene blue. Vol: 11 (No.:9-10): (Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology. October 2018.


A. J. Kadhim and J. M. Salman. Evaluation PAHs in agriculture soil samples - Al-Khacheya site south of Baghdad-Iraq.V18/No. (2). Journal of plant active. 2018/October.


A. J. Kadhim and J. M. Salman. Investigation study on heat transfer of paraffin wax for solar energy applications. Vol: 18 (No.:13-14): (Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences. 2018/August.


J. M Salman. Design and Implementation of Online Continuous and Direct System for Monitoring the Quality of Drinking Water that Produce in Liquefaction Plants. Iraqi Journal of Science and Technology. 2015.

J. M. Salman. Preparation of Activated Carbon from Olive Seeds for Removal of 2, 4-D in Aqueous Solutions. SCIENCEDOMAIN international Journal. Vol. 7, Issue 1. 2015.


J. M. Salman, S. H. Muter and A. M. Salman.Design and installation of online monitoring system for drinking water and river water. Journal of Iraqi Industrial research, (ISSN 2226-0722).Vol 1, No. 1, pp 1-4, 2014.


J. M. Salman, S. H. Muter and A. M. Salman.Preparation of mesoporous activated carbon from olive seeds by physiochemical activation: Optimization study on removal of herbicide 2, 4-D from aqueous solution. Journal of Iraqi Industrial research, (ISSN 2226-0722).Vol 1, No. 1, pp 1-7, 2014.


J. M. Salman and F. H. Hussein. Batch Adsorber Design for Different Solution Volume/Adsorbate Mass Ratios of Bentazon, Carbofuran and 2,4-D Adsorption on to Date Seeds Activated Carbon - Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry, Vol 2, Issue 1, 2014.


J. M. Salman. Preparation of Banana Bunch Fruits Activated Carbon for Pesticides Removal from Aqueous Solution - Progress in Chemical Engineering, Vol. 1, Issue 1, Pages 19-21. 2014.


J. M Salman. Design and manufacture measuring system of specifications drinking water produced in the liquefaction plants. Volume of the board of industrial R & D Journal. 2014.


J. M Salman. Preparation of mesoporous activated carbon from palm-date pits: Optimization study on removal of bentazon, carbofuran and 2,4-D using response surface methodology. Journal of Water Science and Technology. Vol. 68, Issue 7, pp1503-1511. 2013.


J. M. Salman & F. M. Abid. Optimization study of preparation eucalyptus trees activated carbon for removal of methylene blue dye from aqueous solution. Advances in Physics Theories and Applications, ISSN (Paper) 2224-719X ISSN (Online) 2225-0638. 2014.


J. M. Salman. Optimization of preparation conditions for activated carbon from palm oil fronds using response surface methodology on removal of pesticides from aqueous solution. Arabian Journal of Chemistry. Vol. 7, pp101–108. 2014.


J.M. Salman and F. D. Almutairi. Batch adsorption study of methylene blue dye onto sunflower seeds husks activated carbon. Journal of Advances in Natural Science, Vol. 6, No. 3, pp. 44-47. 2013.


J. M Salman and F. M. Abid. Preparation of mesoporous activated carbon from palm-date pits: Optimization study on removal of bentazon, carbofuran and 2,4-D using response surface methodology. Water Science & Technology, Vol. 68 No 7 pp 1503–1511. 2013.


J. M Salman and M. J. Mohammed. Batch study for herbicide bentazon adsorption onto branches of pomegranates trees activated carbon. Desalination and Water Treatment Journal. Vol. 51, pp5005-5008. 2013.


J. M Salman. Batch Study for Insecticide Carbofuran Adsorption onto Palm oil fronds activated carbon. Journal of Chemistry. Volume (2013), Article ID 630371, 5 pages. 2013.


J. M Salman. Preparation of Mesoporous-Activated Carbon from Branches of Pomegranate Trees: Optimization on Removal of Methylene Blue Using Response Surface Methodology. Journal of Chemistry, Volume (2013), Article ID 489670, 6 pages. 2013.


J.M. Salman, F. M. Abid and A. A. Muhammed. Batch Study for Pesticide Glyphosate Adsorption onto Palm Oil Fronds Activated Carbon. Asian Journal of Chemistry; Vol. 24, No. 12, pp 5646-5648. 2012.


F. M. Abid and J.M. Salman. Liquid Chromatographic Method for Determination of Biogenic Amines in Imported Fish and Meat Products. Asian Journal of Chemistry; Vol. 24, No. 12 (2012).


J.M. Salman, W. A. Mahmoud, A. A. Muhammed and F. M. Abid. Adsorption study of carbofuran onto mesoporous activated carbon prepared from palm oil fronds. Int. J. Chem. Sci.: 10(2), pp 768-776. 2012.


J.M. Salman, S. I. Khaleel, A. A. Muhammed and F. M. Abid. Preparation of mesoporous activated carbon from willow legs: Optimization study on removal of methylene blue using response surface methodology. Int. J. Chem. Sci.: 10(2), pp 901-913.2012.


J.M. Salman and Khalid Al-Saad. Batch study for herbicide bentazon adsorption onto palm oil fronds activated carbon. J. Chem. Sci.: 10 (2), 731-740. 2012.


J. M. Salman and Khalid Al-Saad. Adsorption of 2,4-D onto date seeds activated carbon: Equilibrium, kinetic and thermodynamic studies. Int. J. Chem. Sci.: 10(2), pp 677-690. 2012.


J. M. Salman, V.O. Njoku, B.H. Hameed. Bentazon and carbofuran adsorption onto date seed activated carbon: Kinetics and equilibrium. Chemical Engineering Journal.173,pp 361-368. 2011.


J. M. Salman, V.O. Njoku, B.H. Hameed, Batch and fixed-bed adsorption of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid onto oil palm frond activated carbon Chemical Engineering Journal, 174, pp 33-40. 2011.


J. M. Salman, V.O. Njoku, B.H. Hameed, Adsorption of pesticides from aqueous solution onto banana stalk activated carbon.Chemical Engineering Journal, 174, pp 41-48. 2011.


J. M. Salman. Adsorption of carbofuran insecticide from aqueous solution usingcommercial activated carbon. Int. J. Chem. Sci.: 9(2), pp 557-564.2011.


J. M. Salman. Batch and fixed-bed adsorption studies of 2,4-D pesticide from aqueous solution using coconut activated carbon. Int. J. Chem. Sci.:9(2), pp620-626.2011.


J. M. Salman. Optimization of pesticides removal by banana stalks activated carbon using response surface methodology. E-Journal of Chemistry. (1718) ISSN 0973-4945, June 2011.


J. M. Salman, F. M. Ali and H. S. Hassen, Substituted polyitaconicacid with different amines as biodegradable polymers. Journal of college of Education, 6 (2011) 366-377.


J. M. Salman, A. A. Muhammed and F. M. Ali, Batch adsorption of methylene blue dye onto date stone activated carbon. Journal of college of Education, 5 (22) (2011).


J. M. Salman, A. A. Muhammed and H. S. Hassen, Adsorption of 2, 4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid onto coconut activated carbon: kinetics and equilibrium studies. Journal of college of Education, 5 (22) (2011).


J.M. Salman (2011). Preparation of mesoporous activated carbon from palm-date pit: Optimization study on removal of bentazon, carbofuran and 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid using response surface methodology. E-Journal of Chemistry. (1716) ISSN 0973-4945, June 2011.


J. M. Salman (2011). Optimization of preparation conditions for activated carbons from palm oil fronds using response surface methodology on removal of pesticides from aqueous solution.E-Journal of Chemistry. (1713) ISSN 0973-4945, June 2011.


J. M. Salman (2011). Batch adsorption studies of bentazon herbicide from aqueous solution using coconut activated carbon. Journal of madenatalelem collage.3 (1), 2011.


J. M. Salman and B.H. Hameed (2010). Effect of preparation conditions of oil palm fronds activated carbon on adsorption of bentazon from aqueous solutions. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 175, 133-137.
 

J. M. Salman and B.H. Hameed (2010). Removal of insecticide carbofuran from aqueous solution by banana stalks activated carbon. Journal of Hazardous Materials. 175, 133–137.


J.M. Salman and B.H. Hameed (2010). Adsorption of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid and carbofuran pesticides onto granular activated carbon. Desalination. 256, 129–135.


J. M. Salman, B.H. Hameed and A.L. Ahmad (2009). Adsorption isotherm and kinetic modeling of 2,4-D pesticide on activated carbon derived from date stones. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 163, 121-126.

الكتب :

 J. M. Salman (2013). Preparation of activated carbons for adsorption of pesticides. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Heinrich-Böcking-Straße 6-866121 Saarbrücken, Germany

 

المؤتمرات:

J. M. Salman, A.J. Mohammed and S. Z. Zulkifli. Characterization and preparation of porous activated carbon for the removal of heavy metals from aqueous solutions. In the preceding of Malta IX conference, December 8-13, 2019 Malta.


J. M. Salman and A. J. Khadim. Preparation of mesoporous and granular activated carbon from Iraqi zahdi date seeds. The international trade fair (ideas-inventions-new products) November 2019, Nuremberg, Germany.


M. J. Mohammed, A.J. Mohammed and J. M. Salman. Characterization and application of nanotube activated carbon for the removal of pollutants from aqueous solutions. In the preceding of the European Advanced Materials Congress August, 2019, Stockholm, Sweden.


J. M. Salman. Isolation and characterization of ellagicacid from Iraqi white flesh pomegranate, Global chemistry conference, PP54, Rome, Italy 10-12 June 2019.


J. M. Salman and A. J. Khadim. Characterization and application of nanotube activated carbon prepared from Iraqi zahdi date seeds. The Meeting on Nanotechnology: Principles and Applications. November 2018 in University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


J. M. Salman and A. J. Khadim. Environmental impacts of Oil fields on soil and water south of Baghdad – Iraq. The 3rd international conference on petrochemistry and natural resources, Prague, Czech Republic, October 2018.
J. M. Salman and A. J. Khadim. Real time monitoring and control system for drinking water quality insurance. Green Technologies 2018, Berlin, Germany.


J. M. Salman and A. J. Khadim. Optimization study for preparation of activated carbon from Iraqi palm date fronds using response surface methodology on removal of phenolic compounds from aqueous solution. The 9th International Conference and Expo on Separation Techniques” during September 13-14, 2018 at Zurich, Switzerland.


J. M. Salman and A. J. Khadim. Preparation and characterization of nano tube zahdi date seeds activated carbon for removal of phenolic compounds from aqueous solutions. The 15th Eurasia Conference on Chemical Science, during September 5 - 8, 2018 in Rome, Italy.


J. M. Salman. Evaluation the environmental pollutants in soil and water in kut oil field south of Iraq). In the preceding of the “Frontiers of Science: Research and Education in the Middle East” (Malta VIII), Malta, December 10-15, 2017.


J. M. Salman and A. J. Khadim. Attending the 3rd scientific conference on environment and sustainable development. Environmental research center-University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq. 15-16 November 2017.


J. M. Salman and A. J. Khadim. Attending the 1st conference to develop health system strategy. Iraqi Parliament& Iraqi Ministry of Health and environment, Baghdad, Iraq. 26 November 2017.


J. M. Salman and A. J. Khadim. Fixed-bed columns for removal of pollutants and excess of free chlorine from drinking water. In the preceding of the European Advanced Materials Congress August, 2017, Stockholm, Sweden.


J. M. Salman. Preparation Nabk (Jerusalem thorn) twigs trees activated carbon for removal of methylene blue from aqueous solution. In the preceding of the European Advanced Materials Congress August, 2017, Stockholm, Sweden.


J. M. Salman and A. J. Khadim. Optimization study of preparation twigs tamarisk trees activated carbon for removal of methylene blue. In the preceding of the In the preceding of 5thAnnual International Conference on Chemistry, 17-20 July 2017), Greece, Athena.


J. M. Salman and A. J. Khadim. Purification and micro filter of suspended particles and bacteria in drinking water. In the preceding of the In the preceding of the Frontiers International Conference on Wastewater Treatment FICWTM2017.p 809-814, 21-24 May -2017, Palermo-Italy.


J. M. Salman and A. J. Khadim. Preparation of activated carbon from Iraqi green olives seeds for removal of pollutants from aqueous solutions. conference –Al-Rafiden University College. April-2017, Baghdad.


J. M. Salman and A. J. Khadim. Evaluation and monitoring the impact environmental pollution in water and soil south of Baghdad (IRAQ). In the preceding of the 2nd national conference for chemical, biological, radiation and neuclear safety. April, 2017. Baghdad.


J. M. Salman. Optimization of pesticides removal by olive tree stalk activated carbon using response surface methodology. In Proceedings of Conference on Frontiers of Chemical Sciences V: Research and Education in the Middle East, p, 15th -20th November 2015, Al-Rebate, Morocco.


J. M. Salman (2014). Production of Soften Drinking Water by Micron Filtration Technique. In Proceedings of the Desalination for the Environment: Clean Water and Energy, 11–15 May, 2014, Limassol, Cyprus.


J. M. Salman and Abdalkarim M Salman. Design and implementation of continuous monitoring system for drinking and river water. In Proceedings of the Conference Commission of Research & Industrial Development, Ministry of Industrial & Minerals, February 2014, Baghdad, Iraq.


J. M. Salman and Abdalkarim M Salman. Preparation of mesoporous activated carbon from olives seeds by physiochemical activation: Optimization study on removal of herbicide 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid from aqueous solutions. In Proceedings of the Conference Commission of Research & IndustrialDevelopment, Ministry of Industrial & Minerals, February 2014, Baghdad, Iraq.


J. M. Salman and Abdalkarim M Salman. Evaluation and monitoring the impact environmental pollution in water and soil south of Baghdad (IRAQ).In Proceedingsof the Conference on Frontiers of Chemical Sciences V: Research and Education in the Middle East,p 59,10th -15th November 2013, Valetta,Malta.


J. M. Salman and Abdalkarim M Salman. Online Monitoring Analysis of Tigris River Water Quality North of Baghdad (Al-Taji Site). In Proceedingsof Conference on Frontiers of Chemical Sciences V: Research and Education in the Middle East, p 88, 10th-15thNovember 2013,Valetta, Malta.


J. M Salman, Seminar in Water and Waste Water Industry. Endress+Hauser academy. 06 - 12 October 2013.Basel, Switzerland.


J. M. Salman, Fifth session of the intergovernmental negotiating committee on mercury, 13 to 18 January 2013.Geneva, Switzerland.


J. M. Salman, Abdulkarim Mohammed and F.M. Abid. Evaluation of Tigres River Raw Water Quality near Al Towatha Site South of Baghdad. In Proceedings of the Environmental Science Conference University of Babylon. December 2012.Iraq.


J. M. Salman and Abdulkarim Mohammed. Batch study for herbicide bentazon adsorption onto branches pomegranate trees activated carbon. In Proceedings of the International conference on membranes in drinking and industrial water production. 10th– 12th September (2012), Leeuwarden, Netherlands.


J. M.Salman. Conversion of agricultural waste to activated carbons forenvironmental applications. The third specified conference on recycling industrial waste. 2nd– 3rdMay 2012, Al Muthana University, Iraq.


J. M. Salman. Batch study for pesticide glyphosate adsorption onto palm oil fronds activated carbon. International Conference on Global Trends in Pure & Applied Chemical Sciences (ICGTCS-2012) 3rd – 4th March, Udaipur (Rajasthan), India.


J. M. Salman. Batch adsorption study of methylene blue dye onto sunflower seed husks activated carbon. International Conference on Global Trends in Pure & Applied Chemical Sciences (ICGTCS-2012) 3rd – 4th March, Udaipur (Rajasthan), India.


J.M. Salman & F. M. Abid. Liquid chromatographic method for determination of biogenic amines in imported fish and meat products. International Conference on Global Trends in Pure & Applied Chemical Sciences (ICGTCS-2012) 3rd – 4th March, Udaipur (Rajasthan), India.


J. M. Salman and Abdalkarim M Salman. Batch study for herbicide bentazon adsorption onto palm oil fronds activated.Conference on Frontiers of Chemical Sciences V: Research and Education in the Middle East,4th -9thDecember 2011, Paris,France.


J. M. Salman and Abdulkarim Mohammed. Batch study for insecticide carbofuran adsorption onto oil palm fronds activated.In Proceedings of the International week water, 1st– 5th November (2011), Amsterdam, Netherlands.


J. M. Salman and Abdulkarim Mohammed. Preparation of mesoporous activated carbon from date seeds for removal of pollutants from aqueous solution. In Proceedings of the first Arab- American scientific symposium, 17th – 19th October(2011), KISR, Kuwait.


J. M. Salman. Regional consultation for the Asia-Pacific region in preparation for the third session of the intergovernmental negotiating committee on mercury, Kobe, Japan, 26 – 28 September 2011.


J.M. Salman, F. M. Ali and H. S. Hassen. Substituted polyitaconicacid with different amines as biodegradable polymers. In Proceedings of the seventh scientific conference, collage of science-Al Mustansereah university, 3rd –4th March (2011), Baghdad, Iraq.


J. M. Salman and AbdulkarimMuhammed. Batch adsorption study of methylene blue dye onto date stone activated carbon. In Proceedings of the seventh scientific conference, collage of science-Al Mustansereah university, 3rd –4th March (2011), Baghdad, Iraq.


J. M. Salman and Abdulkarim Muhammed. Adsorption of 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid onto coconut activated carbon: Kinetics and equilibrium studies. In Proceedings of the seventh scientific conference, collage of science-Al Mustansereah university, 3rd –4th March (2011), Baghdad, Iraq.


J.M. Salman,F.M. Abid and N. A. Jasim. Deteolism using HPLC-MS and Tandem LC-MS-MS. In Proceedings of the 11th Eurasia conference on chemical sciences,pp. 182. 6-10 October (2010), Dead sea, Jordan.


J. M. Salman, A.L. Ahmad and B.H. Hameed. Adsorption of carbofuran pesticide from aqueous solution using granular activated carbon F-300. In Proceedings of Colloquium 2009, Synergizing Innovation and Thinking Beyond Sustainable Future,pp. 33 31st. October-1st November (2009), Penning, Malaysia.


J. M. Salman and B.H. Hameed. Batch and fixed-bed adsorption studies of 2,4-Dichloropenoxyacetic acid pesticide from aqueous solution using activated carbon. In Proceedings of Symposium of USM Fellowship Holders, pp. 76. 14-15 November (2009), Penning, Malaysia.


J. M. Salman and Abdulkarim Mohammed. Tigris river water criteria within 200km around Baghdad city after 2007. In Proceedings of the Frontiers of chemical sciences IV: Research and education in the Middle East,, pp. 51. 14-19 November (2009), Amman, Jordan.


J. M. Salman, A.L. Ahmad and B.H. Hameed. Removal of 2, 4-D pesticide from water by adsorption onto granular activated carbon. In Proceedings of 2nd USM Penang International Postgraduate Convention (ICYC 2008),pp. 234-244. 18-20 June (2008), Penang, Malaysia.


J. M. Salman, A.L. Ahmad and B.H. Hameed. Adsorption of bentazon pesticide from aqueous solution using granular activated carbon. In Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Science and Technology: Applications in Industry and Education (ICSTIE 2008), pp. 447-452. 12-13 December (2008), Penang, Malaysia.


J. M. Salman, A.M. Salman and A. Abdul-Jabbar. The quality of raw water south of Baghdad which used to produce drinking water. In Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Environment (ICENV 2008),pp. 1-6. 15-17 December (2008), Penning, Malaysia.


J.M. Salman. Removal of pesticides from aqueous solutions by adsorption technique using agriculture solid waste. In Proceedings of the Frontiers of chemical sciences III: Research and education in the Middle East, pp. 62.8-13 December (2007), Istanbul, Turkey.

J.M. Salman. Removal of pesticide from aqueous solution by adsorption technique using activated carbon derivative from agriculture waste. American Chemical Society (ACS) international conference. Boston, USA.


J. M. Salman and Abdulkarim Mohammed. Monitoring the drinking water quality produce in five stations south of Baghdad near polluted sources. In Proceedings of the International conference for Clean Water in Iraq: Water Purification and Environmental Remediation, 25-29 June (2006), Jordan.


J. M. Salman and Abdulkarim Mohammed. Contamination of drinking water sources by pesticides residues and dyes in Al Zuefuraneah site south of Baghdad. In Proceedings of the International conference for Environmental contamination and Public Health, 12-16 February (2006), Amman, Jordan.


J. M. Salman and Abdulkarim Mohammed. Detection of alpha and beta radiation in the water and crops south of Baghdad. In Proceedings of the International conference for biological risk Environmental contamination and Public Health, 18-20 December (2006), Amman, Jordan.


J. M. Salman and Walled M Saleh . Release of Latent and sensible heat of paraffin wax for solar energy applications. In Proceedings of the International renewable energy conference, 22-26 June (1992), Jordan.

 

الشهادات:

Certificate of attendance and achievement the program “master in globalization, governance and international understanding” Link campus university, November 2019, Rome, Italy.


Certificate of attendance and achievement the program and passed the final examination in the field of: Quality Consultant (ISO 9001:2015), from the American – Canadian Board Training. 2019.


Certificate of achievement and commendation "Chemical security regulations and monitoring workshop's & CRDF GLOBAL, APRIL 3-5 2018, Baghdad, Iraq.


Certificate of achievement "ISO 9001:2015 Lead auditor: Quality management systems training course" [Certified Course] CQI-IRCA, 27th -31st January 2018


Certificate of achievement "Quality management system auditor/lead auditor- based on ISO 9001:2015" Baghdad, Iraq 27th -31stJanuary 2018


Certificate of participation from Malta conferences foundation (Malta VIII), Malta-Valetta, December, 2017.


Certificate of complete training course "Impact of DNA in Criminal Evidence" In collaboration between Al-Nisour University Collegewith the Institute of Technical Medicine - Department of Forensic. Al-Nisour University College, Baghdad, Iraq–November-2017.


Certificate of complete training course "Safety in laboratories and workshops" The Iraqi society of occupational health & safety. Baghdad, July, 2017.


Certificate of participation "The Role of Medicinal Herbs in the Treatment of Urinary Trace Infections" The5th scientific symposium held in the department of pharmacognosy and medicinal plants/college of pharmacy/Al-Mustansiriyah University. May 2017.


Certificate of participation "The requirements of the strategic plan for academic accreditation in educational institutions" Al-Nisour university College – 2017.


Certificate of participation "Quality Management Systems Concepts, Foundations, Control of Documents and Procedures, and ISO 10013/2000", Al-Nisour university College, 2017.


Certificate ofparticipation "Application mechanism for the requirements of the international standard ISO 9001/2008" Al-Nisour University College – 2017.


Certificate of participation - Civilian Research and Development Foundation (CRDF) "Chemical supply chain security and enterprise outreach workshop" Turkey, Istanbul.December, 2015.


Certificate of participation - Civilian Research and Development Foundation (CRDF) "Responsible care for Iraqi chemical enterprises workshop" Turkey, Istanbul, September, 2015.


Recognition of participation - Civilian Research and Development Foundation (CRDF) "Chemical security for industry (CSI) and strategic trade management (STM) workshop" Italy, Milan, June,2015.


Certificate from WTW Company "Advance training for online instrumentation" Germany. Munich, October 21-23, 2015.


Certificate from WTW Company "Advance training for Lab &Field instruments" Germany. Munich, October 19-21, 2015.


Certificate from WTW Company "Online field service training" Germany. Munich, October 12-16, 2015.


Certificate of participation - Civilian Research and Development Foundation (CRDF) "Responsible care for Iraqi chemical enterprises workshop" Turkey, Istanbul, 2015.


Recognition of participation - Civilian Research and Development Foundation (CRDF) "Chemical security for industry (CSI) and strategic trade management (STM) workshop" Italy, Milan, 2015.


Certificate from Endress+Hauser academy"OnlineMonitoring of Water and Waste Water Industry Seminar"Switzerland, October 2013.

Certificate from WTW Company "Multi parameter online measuring systems" Germany, Munich, 2013.


Certificate for Chiltern TMC, ISO 9001:2008 "Quality management system awareness seminar" Iraq, BaghdadNovember 2012.


Certificate of for participation the 2nd scientific symposium in Almustnseriyah University- College of pharmacy "Pharmaceutical chemistry and pharmacognosy" Iraq, Baghdad. May 2012.


Certificate from WTW Company "Drinking water online instruments" Germany. Munich, 2011.

 

البحوث

عنوان البحث سنة النشر البلد نبذة
Adsorption isotherm and kinetic modeling of 2, 4-D pesticide on activated carbon 2009-04-15 n this work, the adsorption of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) on activated carbon derived from date stones (DSAC) was studied with respect to pH and initial 2,4-D concentration. The experimental data were analyzed by the Freundlich isotherm, the Langmuir isotherm, and the Temkin isotherm. Equilibrium data fitted well with the Langmuir model with maximum adsorption capacity of 238.10 mg/g. Pseudo-first and pseudo-second-order kinetics models were tested with the experimental data, and pseudo-first-order kinetics was the best for the adsorption of 2,4-D by DSAC with coefficients of correlation R2 ≥ 0.986 for all initial 2,4-D concentrations studied. The results indicated that the DSAC is very effective for the adsorption of 2,4-D from aqueous solutions.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0011916410000640 2010-06-01 Adsorption equilibrium and kinetics of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) and carbofuran using commercial granular activated carbon, Filtersorb 300 (GAC F300) were studied in a batch system with respect to initial concentration of 2,4-D and carbofuran. The Langmuir and the Freundlich isotherm models were applied to the equilibrium data of 2,4-D and carbofuran adsorption. Observed results showed that the equilibrium data fitted well to the Langmuir equilibrium model in the studied concentration range of 2,4-D and carbofuran. The monolayer adsorption capacities of GAC F300 were 181.82 and 96.15 mg/g for 2,4-D and carbofuran, respectively. Two simplified models, pseudo-first order and pseudo-second order kinetic, were used to test the adsorption kinetics of 2, 4-D and carbofuran on GAC F300. The data was best fitted to the pseudo-second-order kinetic model.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1385894711009715 2011-10-15 Activated carbon was prepared from banana stalk by potassium hydroxide (KOH) and carbon dioxide (CO2) activation and its ability to remove the pesticides, 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) and bentazon was explored. The banana stalk activated carbon (BSAC) was characterized by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR) analysis. The adsorption kinetic data were analyzed using two kinetic models: the pseudo-first-order and pseudo-second-order models. The adsorption kinetics was better represented by the pseudo-second-order model. The equilibrium adsorption data obtained at 30, 40 and 50 °C were analyzed by Langmuir and Freundlich isotherm models and results showed that it was better described by the Freundlich model. Higher adsorption capacity observed for 2,4-D than bentazon were attributed to the presence of electron-withdrawing –Cl groups on the aromatic ring and smalle
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1385894711009697 2011-12-10 Adsorption of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) from aqueous solution onto activated carbon derived from oil palm frond (PFAC) was investigated using batch and column systems. The effects of contact time, initial concentration of 2,4-D, temperature and pH on the adsorption were studied using the batch technique. The adsorption kinetic data were analyzed using the pseudo-first- and pseudo-second-order models and the results showed that the pseudo-second-order model best described the adsorption kinetics. The adsorption isotherms of 2,4-D on PFAC were analyzed using the Langmuir and Freundlich isotherm models and the results showed that a better fit was achieved with the Langmuir model. The determined thermodynamic parameters, ΔG°, ΔH° and ΔS° showed that the adsorption of 2,4-D onto PFAC was feasible, spontaneous and exothermic under the examined conditions. For the colum
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1385894711009107 2011-12-09 Date seed (DS), an abundant and inexpensive natural resource in Iraq, was used to prepare DS activated carbon (DSAC) by physiochemical activation with potassium hydroxide (KOH) and carbon dioxide (CO2) as the activating agents at 850 °C for 3 h and 37 min. The adsorption kinetics and equilibrium of bentazon and carbofuran onto DSAC were examined in batch process. Adsorption studies were conducted in the pesticides initial concentration range of 25–250 mg/L, temperature of 30 °C and pH of 5.5. The pH studies were undertaken in the pH range 2–12. The adsorption kinetic data were analyzed by non-linear fitting using the pseudo-first-order and pseudo-second-order models. The adsorption of bentazon and carbofuran was better described by the pseudo-second-order equation. The experimental equilibrium data were analyzed by non-linear fitting using Langmuir and Freundlich isotherm model
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304389409019074 2010-12-04 n this work, activated carbon was prepared from banana stalks (BSAC) waste to remove the insecticide carbofuran from aqueous solutions. The effects of contact time, initial carbofuran concentration, solution pH and temperature (30, 40 and 50 °C) were investigated. Adsorption isotherm, kinetics and thermodynamics of carbofuran on BSAC were studied. Equilibrium data were fitted to the Langmuir, Freundlich and Temkin isotherm models and the data best represented by the Langmuir isotherm. Thermodynamic parameters such as standard enthalpy (ΔH°), standard entropy (ΔS°) and standard free energy (ΔG°) were evaluated. Regeneration efficiency of spent BSAC was studied using ethanol as a solvent. The efficiency was found to be in the range of 96.97–97.35%. The results indicated that the BSAC has good regeneration and reusability characteristics and can be used as alternative to present commercial …
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0023643812004677 2013-05-01 The influence of water insoluble date fiber addition, to standard flour was studied through rheological tests at small and large deformations and at different levels of fiber incorporation (1–10 g/100 g). The added DF increased the water absorption of the dough. An increase in mixing time and stability were recorded upon addition of DF (≤5 g/100 g), and the extensibility decreased at similar condition. The elastic modulus, G′ of the blended doughs increased with fiber concentration in the frequency range of 0.1–10 Hz, and the dough exhibited predominating solid-like behavior. The difference in microstructure between control and fiber incorporated dough samples were characterized by a plot of G′ vs. G″. During non-isothermal heating of doughs from 30 to 95 °C at a heating rate of 2.5 °C/min, the G′ achieved its peak value (TG′max) at a temperature representing the peak gelatinization temperature (T
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304389409016008 2010-10-03 Oil palm fronds (OPF) were used to prepare activated carbon (PFAC) using physiochemical activation method, which consisted of potassium hydroxide (KOH) treatment and carbon dioxide gasification. The effects of the preparation variables, which were activation temperature, activation time and chemical impregnation ratios (KOH: char by weight), on the carbon yield and bentazon removal were investigated. Based on the central composite design (CCD), two factor interaction (2FI) and quadratic models were, respectively, employed to correlate the PFAC preparation variables to the bentazon removal and carbon yield. From the analysis of variance (ANOVA), the most influential factor on each experimental design response was identified. The optimum conditions for preparing activated carbon from OPF were found as follows: activation temperature of 850 °C, activation time of 1 h and KOH:char ratio of 3.75:1.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1878535213001998 2014-01-01 Palm oil fronds were used to prepare activated carbon using the physiochemical activation method, which consisted of potassium hydroxide (KOH) treatment and carbon dioxide (CO2) gasification. The effects of variable parameters activation temperature, activation time and chemical impregnation ratios (KOH: char by weight) on the preparation of the activated carbon and for the removal of pesticides: bentazon, carbofuran and 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) were investigated. Based on the central composite design (CCD), two factor interaction (2FI) and quadratic models were respectively employed to correlate the effect of variable parameters on the preparation of activated carbon used for the removal of pesticides with carbon yield. From the analysis of variance (ANOVA), the most influential factor on each experimental design response was identified. The optimum conditions for preparing the activate
https://www.hindawi.com/journals/jchem/2010/906837/abs/ 2010-01-02 This study was conducted to reveal possible environmental effects on the Euphrates River from the Al-Hindiya barrage to the downstream end of Al-Kufa city in the middle of Iraq. Seven sites were selected along the study area and sampled during March 2004 to February 2005. We measured physical and chemical properties (air and water temperature, pH, electrical conductivity, TDS, TSS and dissolved oxygen) as well as, concentration and distribution of some heavy metals (Cd, Co, Cr, Cu, Fe, Mn, Ni, Pb and Zn) in both dissolved and particulate phases, in the water and sediments (exchangeable and residual phases). The studied area was slightly alkaline, with very hard water and high BOD5. The nutrients showed clear seasonal fluctuations in their concentrations. It was shown that the concentrations of metals in the particulate phase were higher than those in dissolved phase in water. In sediments, the mean concentrations of heavy metals as exchangeable phase were less than in the residual phase.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0260877413005001 2014-03-01 Controlling the rheological properties of dispersion has been of great interest in the food processing industry. Effects of particle size and temperature on oscillatory rheology of pumpkin flour dispersion were studied. Fresh pumpkin was freeze-dried, grinded and sieved through selected screens to obtain desired particle size fractions (74–841 μm). Most of the particles are spherical in shape. The glass transition temperature (Tg) and the melting temperature (Tm) of starch–lipid complex varied with particle size which is believed to be due to compositional variations. Rheological measurement of reconstituted particles as a function of temperature (10–90 °C) and concentration (4–10% w/w) indicated a solid-like behavior (G′ > G″). Sediment volume fraction (ϕ) of isolated particle dispersions indicated a gradual decrease with decrease in particle size, which directly influences the mechanical strength and vis
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jasim_Salman2/publication/258129204_Adsorption_of_2_4-dichlorophenoxyacetic_acid_onto_date_seeds_activated_carbon_Equilibrium_kinetic_and_thermodynamic_studies/links/0c9605271514590578000000/Adsorption-of-2-4-dichlorop 2012-12-06 Adsorption isotherm and kinetics of 2, 4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2, 4-D) herbicide on activated carbon prepared from Barhi date seeds were determined from batch tests. The effects of contact time, initial herbicide concentration and solution temperature were investigated. The adsorption equilibrium data were processed in accordance with the three most widely used adsorption isotherms: Langmuir, Freundlich and Temkin isotherm models. The equilibrium data were best represented by Langmuir isotherm model, showing maximum monolayer adsorption capacity of 175.4 mg/g. The kinetic data were also examined with the pseudo-first-order and pseudo-second-order models, and was found to follow closely the pseudo-second-order kinetic model. Thermodynamic parameters such as standard enthalpy (ΔHo), standard entropy (ΔSo) and standard free energy (ΔGo) were evaluated. The adsorption interaction was found to be endothermic in natur
http://downloads.hindawi.com/journals/chem/2013/630371.pdf 2013-04-12 The adsorption of insecticide, carbofuran from aqueous solution onto activated carbon derived from palm oil fronds (PFAC) was investigated through batch study. The effects of both initial concentration and pH of the carbofuran over the range of 25 to 250 mg/L and 2 to 12, respectively, on the adsorption of the prepared PFAC were studied in batch experiments. Equilibrium data were fitted to the Langmuir, the Freundlich, and the Temkin isotherm models. The results obtained from application of these models show that the best fits were achieved with the Langmuir model, and a maximum monolayer adsorption capacity of 164 mg/g was obtained at 30°C. The regeneration efficiency of spent activated carbon was studied and it was found to be 90.0–96.4%. The results indicated that PFAC has good capability as adsorbent for the removal of carbofuran from aqueous solution
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https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jasim_Salman4/publication/260637880_Water_Quality_and_Some_Heavy_Metals_in_Water_and_Sediments_of_Euphrates_River_Iraq/links/00b49531df8442a158000000/Water-Quality-and-Some-Heavy-Metals-in-Water-and-Sediments-of-Euphra 2012-09-01 Water samples, sediments from three stations in Euphrates River, Iraq were analyzed quantitatively for some physical and chemical characters and six heavy metals (Co, Cu, Fe, Mn, Ni and Pb) using flam atomic absorption spectrophotpmeter in period Sept. 2009-Oct. 2010. The physical and chemical characters included temperature, pH, water flow, salinity, dissolved oxygen, BOD5, alkalinity total hardness, calcium and nutrients (nitrite, nitrate reactive phosphate and silicate). The results showed variation in water flow 0.05-0.40 m/sec., according to the values of salinity 0.40%-0.60% values of the BOD5 were ranged between 0.2-4.3 mg/L. The mean concentration of the heavy metals (Pb, Ni, Mn, Co, Cu and Fe) of the dissolved phase in water were 0.13 µg/L, 0.021 µg/L, 0.31 µg/L, 4.29 µg/L, 7.78 µg/L, 6.46 µg/L and 79.04 µg/L, respectively, while their concentration in the particulate phase were 0.59 µg/g, 0.06 µg/g, 0.42 µg/g, 50.06 µg/g, 6.61 µg/g, 7.17 µg/g and 149.42 µg/g dry weight, respectively. Also the mean concentrations of heavy metals in sediment (exchangeable phase) were 0.51 µg/g, 0.18 µg/g, 0.08 µg/g, 61.39 µg/g, 5.40 µg/g, 14.06 µg/g and 130.05 µg/g dry weight respectively, and 0.40 µg/g, 0.17 µg/g, 0.10 µg/g, 63.01 µg/g, 4.64 µg/g, 18.44 µg/g and 126.26 µg/g DW respectively in residual phase of sedimen
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jasim_Salman4/publication/303314876_Removal_of_Congo_red_dye_from_aqueous_solution_using_a_new_adsorbent_surface_developed_from_aquatic_plant_Phragmites_australis/links/573caae508aea45ee84198fd/Removal-of-Congo-red-dye 2016-02-05 The present study aimed to evaluate the removal activity of aquatic plant Phragmites australis for removal of the carcinogenic dye (cango red) from aqueous solution. The aquatic plant was collected from local aquatic system (Hilla River) in Babylon provinus, middle of Iraq as low cost materials, eco-friendly adsorbents and highly removal efficiency. Bach adsorption studies are carried out by observing the effect of experimental parameters such as amount of adsorbents (1-3gm/L), contact time, pH (4-9), mesh size (45-150µm), and concentration of dye as optimum removal conditions of congo red dye from its aqueous solution. The results showed that the removal percentage of dye was 98%, and the removal processes raised with increasing of p H, adsorbent dosage, and mesh siz
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jasim_Salman2/publication/258129204_Adsorption_of_2_4-dichlorophenoxyacetic_acid_onto_date_seeds_activated_carbon_Equilibrium_kinetic_and_thermodynamic_studies/links/0c9605271514590578000000/Adsorption-of-2-4-dichlorop 2012-04-12 Adsorption isotherm and kinetics of 2, 4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2, 4-D) herbicide on activated carbon prepared from Barhi date seeds were determined from batch tests. The effects of contact time, initial herbicide concentration and solution temperature were investigated. The adsorption equilibrium data were processed in accordance with the three most widely used adsorption isotherms: Langmuir, Freundlich and Temkin isotherm models. The equilibrium data were best represented by Langmuir isotherm model, showing maximum monolayer adsorption capacity of 175.4 mg/g. The kinetic data were also examined with the pseudo-first-order and pseudo-second-order models, and was found to follow closely the pseudo-second-order kinetic model. Thermodynamic parameters such as standard enthalpy (ΔHo), standard entropy (ΔSo) and standard free energy (ΔGo) were evaluated. The adsorption interaction was found to be endothermic in
http://downloads.hindawi.com/journals/chem/2013/630371.pdf 2012-08-09 The adsorption of insecticide, carbofuran from aqueous solution onto activated carbon derived from palm oil fronds (PFAC) was investigated through batch study. The effects of both initial concentration and pH of the carbofuran over the range of 25 to 250 mg/L and 2 to 12, respectively, on the adsorption of the prepared PFAC were studied in batch experiments. Equilibrium data were fitted to the Langmuir, the Freundlich, and the Temkin isotherm models. The results obtained from application of these models show that the best fits were achieved with the Langmuir model, and a maximum monolayer adsorption capacity of 164 mg/g was obtained at 30°C. The regeneration efficiency of spent activated carbon was studied and it was found to be 90.0–96.4%. The results indicated that PFAC has good capability as adsorbent for the removal of carbofuran from aqueous solution
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jasim_Salman4/publication/276205722_Removal_of_congo_red_dye_from_aqueous_solution_by_using_natural_materials/links/55523d7408ae6943a86d7034.pdf 2015-07-08 The present work aims to investigate the removal of dye and Congo red dye from aqueous solutions by low cost neutral adsorbents, eco-friendly, highly efficient such as barnacle shells under various experimental conditions, as an ideal alternative to the current expensive methods of removing dyes from waste water The operating variables such as The effect of dye concentrations, contact time, pH of solution and adsorbent dose on the removal of dyes were optimize
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Fikrat_Hassan/publication/260597423_A_Study_of_Phytoplankton_Communities_and_Related_Environmental_Factors_in_Euphrates_River_between_Two_Cities_Al-Musayyab_and_Hindiya_Iraq/links/0deec52713773c5517000000/A-Study-of-Ph 2013-09-30 The phytoplankton communities and related physical-chemical features of the Euphrates River at its middle region inside Iraqi territory were studied during the study period from October 2011 to September 2012. Samples were taken from Al-Musayab district extending to Al-Hindia district. The phytoplankton community (quantitative, qualitative and Chlorophyll-a) have been studied, in addition to many environmental parameters such as temperature, pH, electric conductivity (EC), Salinity (‰), TDS, TSS, dissolved oxygen, BOD5. A total of 105 phytoplankton taxa belonging to Bacillariophyta (69), Chlorophyta (19), Cynophyta (12), Euglenophyta (3), and Dinophyta (2) were recorded within the present study period. Some algal genera dominated mostly in the study period and sites such as Scendesmus, Melosira, Cymbella, Diatoma, Navicula, Nitiazschia and Syndera. A statistical analysis was done using the canonical correspondence analysis (CCA
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jasim_Salman4/publication/260637880_Water_Quality_and_Some_Heavy_Metals_in_Water_and_Sediments_of_Euphrates_River_Iraq/links/00b49531df8442a158000000/Water-Quality-and-Some-Heavy-Metals-in-Water-and-Sediments-of-Euphra 2012-09-01 Water samples, sediments from three stations in Euphrates River, Iraq were analyzed quantitatively for some physical and chemical characters and six heavy metals (Co, Cu, Fe, Mn, Ni and Pb) using flam atomic absorption spectrophotpmeter in period Sept. 2009-Oct. 2010. The physical and chemical characters included temperature, pH, water flow, salinity, dissolved oxygen, BOD5, alkalinity total hardness, calcium and nutrients (nitrite, nitrate reactive phosphate and silicate). The results showed variation in water flow 0.05-0.40 m/sec., according to the values of salinity 0.40%-0.60% values of the BOD5 were ranged between 0.2-4.3 mg/L. The mean concentration of the heavy metals (Pb, Ni, Mn, Co, Cu and Fe) of the dissolved phase in water were 0.13 µg/L, 0.021 µg/L, 0.31 µg/L, 4.29 µg/L, 7.78 µg/L, 6.46 µg/L and 79.04 µg/L, respectively, while their concentration in the particulate phase were 0.59 µg/g, 0.06 µg/g, 0.42 µg/g, 50.06 µg/g, 6.61 µg/g, 7.17 µg/g and 149.42 µg/g dry weight, respectively. Also the mean concentrations of heavy metals in sediment (exchangeable phase) were 0.51 µg/g, 0.18 µg/g, 0.08 µg/g, 61.39 µg/g, 5.40 µg/g, 14.06 µg/g and 130.05 µg/g dry weight respectively, and 0.40 µg/g, 0.17 µg/g, 0.10 µg/g, 63.01 µg/g, 4.64 µg/g, 18.44 µg/g and
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https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jasim_Salman4/publication/309113142_Effect_of_pesticide_glyphosate_on_some_biochemical_features_in_cyanophyta_algae_oscillatoria_limnetica/links/5819a84408ae1f34d24ae0db/Effect-of-pesticide-glyphosate-on-some-biochemic 2016-09-06 The blue green alga Oscillatoria limnetica was isolated from lotic ecosystem. The isolated microalga species was cultivated in BG-11 media for biomass production and to test the effect of organophosphorus glyphosate on carbohydrate, total protein, shikimik acid, flavonoid and superoxide dismutase enzyme. Adversely depleting of the cellular activities of O. limnetica causing by glyphosate treatments, leading to a marked decrease in the carbohydrates, proteins, flavonoid and maximum reduction was 30.980 mg/l, 22.39 mg/l and 0.48 µg/g dry wt., respectively at 20mg/l of glyphosate. The shikimik acid pathway was inhibited by glyphosate, leading to an accumulation of shikimic acid. The shikimic acid content increased and the highest content was 1.38 mg/l at 20mg/l. Also, superoxide dismutase enzyme activity increased along with increasing glyphosate concentrations and maximum activity was 3.14 units/ml in 20mg
http://www.academia.edu/download/42585790/Ecological_Observations_on_Epipelic_Alga20160211-8404-ymtz8q.pdf 2014-07-04 Benthos, periphyton and aufwuches are phrases used frequently to describe the benthic habitat, and the most common of them is periphyton to describe the microflora that grow on different substrates (Wetzel, 2001). Periphyton includes microalgae, bacteria and fungi, these organisms are associated with each other in a mucosa template, that secreted by bacteria and algae, so it is not preferable to use this phrase to describe the algae just (Sutherland et al., 1998). The epipelic algae are algae that grow on or in sediment and have ability to tolerate the paucity of light and oxygen (Stevenson, and Stoermer, 1981). In lotic system, the benthic algae have important roles in primary production, stabilizing sediment, nutrient cycles, and transfer of energy between sediment and water column (Poulickova et al., 2008, Kadhim et al., 2013, Salman et al., 2013). Moreover, its role as a source of food for aquatic invertebrates (Mayer and Likens, 1987) and as sinks of nutrients due to decomposition of materials in sediment; hence it may reduce or prevent usage of these nutrients by phytoplankton in water column (Cahoon et al., 1990). A few studies talked about epipelic algae in the middle region of Euphrates in Iraq while southern part of the river took more attention (Salman et al., 2013). Alkim et al.(2003) studied on the epipelic algae in Diwaniya River showed the dominancy of Bacillariophyceae (83%), followed by Cyanophyceae and Chlorophyceae, and noticed their increasing biomass in autumn, spring and summer. While another study on algae in Al-Abasia River also, recorded the dominancy of Bacillariophyceae (74%) but followed by Chlorophyceae an
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http://www.academia.edu/download/45357237/Copyright__2014_An_Ecological_Study_of_E20160504-13041-72kws5.pdf 2014-09-06 The epiphytic algae on some aquatic macrophytes and related physical and chemical properties of Al-Abbasyia-Euphrates river middle of Iraq were studied during the study period from March 2012 to February 2013. Four sites between the Al-Kifil districts extending to the Al-Abbasyia district selected. The quantitative and qualitative of epiphytic algae on Phragmites australis and Ceratophyllum demersum have studied. In addition to many physical and chemical parameters such as air and water temperature, water flow, transparency, pH, electric conductivity (EC), Salinity (‰), TDS, TSS, dissolved oxygen, BOD5, alkalinity, total hardness, calcium and magnesium. A total of 209 epiphytic algal taxa belonging to Bacillariophyceae (144), Chlorophyceae (39), Cyanophyceae (19) and Euglenophyceae (2) recorded within the present study. Some algal taxa noticed mostly dominant among both the study sites and periods. These were Cymatopleura elliptica, Eunotia arcus, Nitizschia sp., Cymbella sp. and Gomphonema sp. This study revealed the existence of some algal taxa on specific parts of the host macrophytes. Where Sphaerocystis attached on the stem of C. demersum; Actinoptychus sp. attached on the root of P. australis; Chaetoceros capense on the root of P. australus and Thalassiosira fluviatilis on the leaves of P. austral
https://iwaponline.com/wst/article-abstract/68/7/1503/17980 2013-01-10 Palm-date pits were used to prepare activated carbon by physiochemical activation method, which consisted of potassium hydroxide (KOH) treatment and carbon dioxide (CO2) gasification. The effects of variable parameters, activation temperature, activation time and chemical impregnation ratios (KOH: char by weight) on the preparation of activated carbon and for removal of pesticides: bentazon, carbofuran and 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) were investigated. Based on the central composite design (CCD), two factor interaction (2FI) and quadratic models were respectively employed to correlate the effect of variable parameters on the preparation of activated carbon used for removal of pesticides with carbon yield. From the analysis of variance (ANOVA), the most influential factor on each experimental design response was identified. The optimum conditions for preparing activated carbon from palm-da
http://www.uobabylon.edu.iq/eprints/publication_1_8938_416.pdf 2012-08-06 This study was designed to detect the effect of heavy metals on DNA characteristics in common carp (Cyprenus carpio L.). Three concentrations (1ppm, 1.5 ppm, 2ppm) have been selected for copper & cadmium respectively with acute exposure (96 hrs.). The results showed that high LT50 found in 1.5 ppm while the lowest value of LT50 recorded in 2ppm. DNA damage fluctuated according to different exposure concentrations, therefore some lanes showed high fragmentation than another in both Fin and superficial tissues. Also, DNA extracted from fin is most fragmented than superficial tissues and Common carp DNA is more sensitive to low concentrations of heavy metal
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jasim_Salman2/publication/258127782_Adsorption_of_carbofuran_insecticide_from_aqueous_solution_using_commercial_activated_carbon/links/00463527149522e08e000000/Adsorption-of-carbofuran-insecticide-from-aqueous-solution 2011-05-04 The adsorption characteristics of carbofuran on commercial activated carbon (CAC-F200) from aqueous solution were evaluated. Batch adsorption processes were conducted to study the effects of various parameters such as initial concentration, agitation time and solution pH on carbofuran adsorption. Adsorption capacity was found to increase with increase in initial concentration and agitation time, while acidic pH was more favorable for the adsorption of carbofuran. Equilibrium data were analyzed by the Langmuir, Freundlich and Temkin isotherm models. The equilibrium data were best represented by the Langmuir isotherm, yielding maximum monolayer adsorption capacity of 97.1 mg/g at 30oC. The adsorption kinetics was found to follow the pseudo second order kinetic mod
http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cluster=12135086388315069271&hl=en&oi=scholarr 1999-06-04 The aim of this study was to investigate the sorption kinetics and effects of pH, concentration and temperature on the adsorption of 2,4-D onto soil. Two types of Malaysian ricefield soils were used for this study; namely clay loam and clay soil obtained from the Kerian ricefields in Perak. Agriculture in North West Malaysia relies on the widespread use of herbicides to promote crop performance. Over-application of many herbicides is commonplace, however and may compromise soil and water quality and ultimately human health, within the region. Adsorption experiments were conducted using a batch equilibration technique. The HPLC-UV were used to detect 2,4-D residues in the supernatant. Adsorption equilibrium time was achieved within 2 and 4 h for the clay loam and clay soils, respectively. The percentage of 2,4-D adsorption onto soil was found to be higher in clay loam than in clay soils. Results of the stud
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jasim_Salman4/publication/279974887_Potential_use_of_cyanophyta_species_Oscillatoria_limnetica_in_bioremediation_of_organophosphorus_herbicide_glyphosate/links/55cf956c08ae118c85c00b4c/Potential-use-of-cyanophyta-speci 2015-05-31 One locally microalga species Oscillatoria limnetica was isolated from the artificial canal around University of Babylon in Al-Hilla city. The isolated microalga species was cultivated in BG-11 media for biomass production and to test their ability to degrade glyphosate that is the widely used organophosphorus herbicide by high performance liquid chromotography analysis. HPLC appeared to be an effective technique to follow decrease of glyphosate in biodegradation proces
http://www.isca.me/MATERIAL_SCI/Archive/v1/i6/3.ISCA-RJMatS-2013-024.pdf 2012-08-03 The 7000 series of aluminum alloys are primarily used in the aerospace industry as structural components and are strengthened by age-hardening especially 7075-T6 aluminum alloy. This study aims to improve properties of 7075-T6 such as impact toughness, thermal age hardening behavior and corrosion resistance in 3.5% NaCl solution by using quenching in 30% polyethylene glycol and addition alloying elements, ie boron (B) to this alloy. Results showed that the addition 0.1% B to the base alloy improves impact toughness by (30%) when quenching in water, and by (50%) when quenching in 30% PAG corresponding to the base alloy at aging temperature 150ºC. Also results showed that the thermal age hardening behavior improved when we add0. 1% B (b alloy) by (18%) at aging temperature 150ºC in comparison to the base alloy. An improvement of corrosion resistance in 3.5% NaCl solution when adding 0.1% B (b alloy) by (234%) at aging time 150ºC in comparison to the base allo
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jasim_Salman2/publication/258129412_Batch_study_for_herbicide_bentazon_adsorption_onto_palm_oil_fronds_activated_carbon/links/00b49527154b73ceaa000000.pdf 2012-08-04 The adsorption of herbicide bentazon from aqueous solution onto activated carbon derived from palm oil fronds (PFAC) was investigated through batch study. The effects of both; initial concentration of the bentazon (ranging from 25 to 250 mg/L) and pH of solution (ranging from 2 to 12) on the adsorption of the prepared PFAC were studied in batch experiments. Equilibrium data were fitted to the Langmuir, the Freundlich and the Temkin isotherm models. The results obtained from application of these models show that the best fits were achieved with the Langmuir model and a maximum monolayer adsorption capacity of 104.2 mg/g was obtained at 30oC. The regeneration efficiency of spent activated carbon was studied and it was found to be 94.0-96.1%. The results indicated that PFAC has good capability as adsorbent for the removal of bentazon from aqueous solution