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Profesor uczelni ze stop. nauk. dr

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  • Applying molecular dynamics simulation to take the fracture fingerprint of polycrystalline SiC nanosheets

    • F. Molaei
    • M. Zarghami Dehaghani
    • A. Salmankhani
    • S. Fooladpanjeh
    • S. M. Sajadi
    • M. Esmaeili Safa
    • O. Abida
    • S. Habibzadeh
    • A. Hamed Mashhadzadeh
    • M. Saeb

    - COMPUTATIONAL MATERIALS SCIENCE - Year 2021

    Graphene-like nanosheets are the key elements of advanced materials and systems. The mechanical behavior of the structurally perfect 2D nanostructures is well documented, but that of polycrystalline ones is less understood. Herein, we applied molecular dynamics simulation (MDS) to take the fracture fingerprint of polycrystalline SiC nanosheets (PSiCNS), where monocrystalline SiC nanosheets (MSiCNS) was the reference nanosheet....

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  • Crystalline Polysaccharides: A Review

    • F. Seidi
    • M. K. Yazdi
    • M. Jouyandeh
    • S. Habibzadeh
    • M. T. Munir
    • H. Vahabi
    • B. Bagheri
    • N. Rabiee
    • P. Zarrintaj
    • M. Saeb

    - CARBOHYDRATE POLYMERS - Year 2021

    The biodegradability and mechanical properties of polysaccharides are dependent on their architecture (linear or branched) as well as their crystallinity (size of crystals and crystallinity percent). The amount of crystalline zones in the polysaccharide significantly governs their ultimate properties and applications (from packaging to biomedicine). Although synthesis, characterization, and properties of polysaccharides have been...

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  • Green products from herbal medicine wastes by subcritical water treatment

    • F. Seidi
    • M. K. Yazdi
    • M. Jouyandeh
    • S. Habibzadeh
    • M. T. Munir
    • H. Vahabi
    • B. Bagheri
    • N. Rabiee
    • P. Zarrintaj
    • M. Saeb

    - JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS - Year 2022

    Herbal medicine wastes (HMWs) are byproducts of medicine factories, which are mainly landfilled for their environmental problems. Only bearing in mind the contamination and concerns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and environmental emissions, the worth of herbal medicine wastes management and conversion to green products can be understood. In this work, subcritical water treatment was carried out batch-wise in a stainless tube...

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