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0300-9440

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  • Biomedical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
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2019 100 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
2018 40 A
2017 40 A
2016 40 A
2015 40 A
2014 40 A
2013 40 A
2012 35 A
2011 35 A
2010 32 A
2009 32 A
2008 32 A

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2018 3.7
2017 3.05
2016 2.89

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2019
  • Cure Index demonstrates curing of epoxy composites containing silica nanoparticles of variable morphology and porosity
    Publication
    • F. Tikhani
    • M. Jouyandeh
    • S. Jafari
    • S. Chabokrow
    • M. Ghahari
    • K. Gharanjig
    • F. Klein
    • N. Hampp
    • M. Ganjali
    • K. Formela
    • M. Saeb

    - PROGRESS IN ORGANIC COATINGS - 2019

    An image was taken by Cure Index on curability of epoxy with silica nanoparticles having variable morphology and porosity. Three kinds of silica nanoparticles with non-porous curved-rod, non-porous spherical, and mesoporous spherical microstructures were synthesized and characterized by Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy, scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and Brunauer–Emmett–Teller analyses. Epoxy nanocomposites containing...

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  • Curing epoxy resin with anhydride in the presence of halloysite nanotubes: the contradictory effects of filler concentration
    Publication
    • M. Jouyandeh
    • Z. Karami
    • O. Moini
    • K. Formela
    • S. Paran
    • A. Jannesari
    • M. Saeb

    - PROGRESS IN ORGANIC COATINGS - 2019

    Epoxy resins can be cured with a wide variety of curing agents such as amines and anhydrides, but anhydride curing would be more favorable for research purpose because of epoxy-anhydride curing taking place slowly at room temperature. Incorporation of natural nanosized minerals into epoxy is of environmental importance. Halloysite nanotubes (HNTs) display chemical properties similar to those of silica and alumina, and hydroxyl...

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  • Curing epoxy with electrochemically synthesized Zn Fe3-O4 magnetic nanoparticles
    Publication
    • M. Jouyandeh
    • J. Ali
    • M. Aghazadeh
    • K. Formela
    • M. Saeb
    • Z. Ranjbar
    • M. Ganjali

    - PROGRESS IN ORGANIC COATINGS - 2019

    Cathodic electrodeposition (CED) was applied in synthesis of undoped and zinc (Zn) doped Fe3O4 nanoparticles. Changes in the lattice structure of nanoparticles were monitored using X-ray diffraction (XRD), field-emission scanning electron microscopy (FE-SEM) supported by dispersive X-ray spectrometry (EDS), and vibrating sample magnetometry (VSM). Detailed analyses explored the formation of ZnxFe3–xO4 nanoparticles with x ≈ 0.1,...

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  • Curing epoxy with ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) surface-functionalized Co Fe3-O4 magnetic nanoparticles
    Publication
    • M. Jouyandeh
    • M. Ganjali
    • J. Ali
    • M. Aghazadeh
    • I. Karimzadeh
    • K. Formela
    • X. Colom
    • J. Cañavate
    • M. Saeb

    - PROGRESS IN ORGANIC COATINGS - 2019

    In this work, the bulk and surface composition of Fe3O4 supermagnetic nanoparticles were modified for efficient epoxy curing. The bare, ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA) capped, and cobalt (Co)-doped EDTA capped Fe3O4 nanoparticles were synthesized electrochemically. The crystalline structure and phase information, surface capping, morphology and magnetization behavior of nanoparticles were studied by X-Ray diffraction (XRD),...

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  • Properties of nano-Fe3O4 incorporated epoxy coatings from Cure Index perspective
    Publication
    • M. Jouyandeh
    • N. Rahmati
    • E. Movahedifar
    • B. Hadavand
    • Z. Karami
    • M. Ghaffari
    • P. Taheri
    • E. Bakhshandeh
    • H. Vahabi
    • M. Ganjali... and 2 others

    - PROGRESS IN ORGANIC COATINGS - 2019

    The mission of an advanced epoxy-based nanocomposite coating is to provide a given substrate with protection against an unwelcome guest; e.g. corrosive molecules/media, environmental stress, flame, thermal degradation or microorganisms. In such systems, the degree to which superior properties can be guaranteed depends on the state of network formation in the epoxy in the presence of nanoparticles. For low-filled epoxy nanocomposite coatings,...

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  • Unconditionally blue: Curing epoxy with polyethylene glycol (PEG) surface-functionalized Zn Fe3-O4 magnetic nanoparticles
    Publication
    • M. Jouyandeh
    • S. Hamad
    • I. Karimzadeh
    • M. Aghazadeh
    • Z. Karami
    • V. Akbari
    • F. Shammiry
    • K. Formela
    • M. Saeb
    • Z. Ranjbar
    • M. Ganjali

    - PROGRESS IN ORGANIC COATINGS - 2019

    Nanoparticles govern early (chemical-controlled) and late (diffusion-controlled) stages of epoxy crosslinking, respectively. Surface functionalization of nanoparticles with macromolecules was recognized as an effective route to compensate for inadequate diffusion-controlled crosslinking. However, the effect of bulk composition amended with cations having catalytic effect towards epoxy ring opening has remained hitherto undescribed....

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