Ali Ahmadpour
Ali Ahmadpour
Professor of Chemical Engineering, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad
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The preparation of active carbons from coal by chemical and physical activation
A Ahmadpour, DD Do
Carbon 34 (4), 471-479, 1996
The preparation of activated carbon from macadamia nutshell by chemical activation
A Ahmadpour, DD Do
Carbon 35 (12), 1723-1732, 1997
A review on catalytic applications of Au/TiO2 nanoparticles in the removal of water pollutant
A Ayati, A Ahmadpour, FF Bamoharram, B Tanhaei, M Mänttäri, ...
Chemosphere 107, 163-174, 2014
Removal of mercury from water by carbonaceous sorbents derived from walnut shell
M Zabihi, A Ahmadpour, AH Asl
Journal of Hazardous materials 167 (1-3), 230-236, 2009
Studies on adsorption of mercury from aqueous solution on activated carbons prepared from walnut shell
M Zabihi, AH Asl, A Ahmadpour
Journal of hazardous materials 174 (1-3), 251-256, 2010
Rapid removal of cobalt ion from aqueous solutions by almond green hull
A Ahmadpour, M Tahmasbi, TR Bastami, JA Besharati
Journal of Hazardous Materials 166 (2-3), 925-930, 2009
Effect of adsorbents and chemical treatments on the removal of strontium from aqueous solutions
A Ahmadpour, M Zabihi, M Tahmasbi, TR Bastami
Journal of hazardous materials 182 (1-3), 552-556, 2010
Environmental application of nanotechnology
G Ali Mansoori, TR Bastami, A Ahmadpour, Z Eshaghi
Annual review of nano research, 439-493, 2008
Comparison of equilibria and kinetics of high surface area activated carbon produced from different precursors and by different chemical treatments
A Ahmadpour, BA King, DD Do
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 37 (4), 1329-1334, 1998
Application of optimal RBF neural networks for optimization and characterization of porous materials
A Shahsavand, A Ahmadpour
Computers & Chemical Engineering 29 (10), 2134-2143, 2005
Experimental investigation of a novel type of two-phase closed thermosyphon filled with functionalized carbon nanotubes/water nanofluids for electronic cooling application
H Sardarabadi, SZ Heris, A Ahmadpour, M Passandideh-Fard
Energy Conversion and Management 188, 321-332, 2019
Comparison of models on the prediction of binary equilibrium data of activated carbons
A Ahmadpour, K Wang, DD Do
AIChE journal 44 (3), 740-752, 1998
Biosorption of hexavalent chromium ions from aqueous solutions using almond green hull as a low-cost biosorbent
M Sahranavard, A Ahmadpour, MR Doosti
European Journal of Scientific Research 58 (3), 392-400, 2011
Comparison of RSM and ANN for the investigation of linear alkylbenzene synthesis over H14 [NaP5W30O110]/SiO2 catalyst
A Hafizi, A Ahmadpour, M Koolivand-Salooki, MM Heravi, ...
Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry 19 (6), 1981-1989, 2013
Biodegradable starch/poly (vinyl alcohol) film reinforced with titanium dioxide nanoparticles
Z Hejri, AA Seifkordi, A Ahmadpour, SM Zebarjad, A Maskooki
International Journal of Minerals, Metallurgy, and Materials 20 (10), 1001-1011, 2013
CO2 separation using PDMS/ZSM-5 zeolite composite membrane
F Banihashemi, M Pakizeh, A Ahmadpour
Separation and purification technology 79 (3), 293-302, 2011
Photocatalytic degradation of nitrobenzene by gold nanoparticles decorated polyoxometalate immobilized TiO2 nanotubes
A Ayati, B Tanhaei, FF Bamoharram, A Ahmadpour, P Maydannik, ...
Separation and Purification Technology 171, 62-68, 2016
Recent advances in application of polyoxometalates for the synthesis of nanoparticles
FF Bamoharram, A Ahmadpour, MM Heravi, A Ayati, H Rashidi, B Tanhaei
Synthesis and Reactivity in Inorganic, Metal-Organic, and Nano-Metal …, 2012
Alkylation of benzene with 1-decene using silica supported preyssler heteropoly acid: statistical design with response surface methodology
A Hafizi, A Ahmadpour, MM Heravi, FF Bamoharram, M Khosroshahi
Chinese Journal of Catalysis 33 (2-3), 494-501, 2012
Performance of MWCNTs and a low-cost adsorbent for Chromium (VI) ion removal
A Ahmadpour, N Eftekhari, A Ayati
Journal of Nanostructure in Chemistry 4 (4), 171-178, 2014
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