Hossein Kazemian
(PhD., C. Chem., MCIC)

Dr. Kazemian is a Chartered Chemist with many years of experience as a senior Analytical, Environmental and Material Chemist and a team leader in both academia and industry with extensive background on porous zeolitic materials from natural and synthetic zeolite to MOFs & ZIFs

He has developed several technology-based processes (up to pilot scales) and products (up to prototypes) and also directed industrial scale projects.

He has written many client-oriented R&D proposals and secured  funding from industries and government agencies by forecasting the trend of research and development in manufacturing novel materials for separation and catalyst applications. he is a senior consultant for several Canadian and International companies, helping them developing new products and marketing their technology-based products worldwide. he has worked with, developed SOPs for and troubleshoot many analytical instrumentation such as GC, HPLC, AA, ICP, TGA, DSC, BET, XRD, XRF, SEM, DVS, UV-vis, FTIR, DLS, KF, Radioanalytical techniques (Gamma, Alpha and Beta spectroscopy), etc.

Dr. Kazemian is serving as a member of editorial board of several international journals and as a member of scientific board of many international conference.

He has taught several chemistry courses such as analytical chemistry, general chemistry, material and environmental chemistry, etc. and facilitated many technical & scientific workshops  and also published many scientific articles including 100plus papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals and 200plus presentations

Other Links:

Canada Zeolites  Engineering & Consulting Group

Material Characterization and Testing Services (MAT-CTS)

Kazemian's LinkedIn Profile

Kazemian's Researchgate Profile

Kazemian's personal Homepage



Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, Isfahan University, Isfahan, Iran


Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, Isfahan University, Isfahan, Iran


General Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, Isfahan University, Isfahan, Iran

return to top

Recent Professional Experiences


Research Associate (PDF)

1/11/2009- Present

 Dep. of Chem. & Biochem. Eng., Faculty of Eng. Western University (UWO), London, ON, Canada


Senior Research Fellow (PDF) 


Fuel Cell Institute, Chemical Eng. Dep., National University of Malaysia (UKM), Bangi,  Malaysia


Founder and Head of  Zeolite R&D Group


3/2006 - 2/2009

 SPAG Zeolite R&D Group, Science and Technology Park of Tehran University, Tehran, Iran

return to top

Research Interests

  • New techniques for manufacturing of porous Zeolitic like framework materials (MOFs, ZIFs) .
  • Drug Delivery on porous zeolitic materials
  • Nano-zeolites, Nanomaterials, and Nano Composite
  • CO2 Capturing using solid state porous materials
  • Nano Catalysts based on Porous materials
  • Environmental Researches,  (Water, Air and Soil pollution; treatment processes)
  • Zeolitic Layers and Membrane
  •  Biodiesel Production using solid catalysts based on porous materials
  • Natural zeolite                                                           (Characterization, Modifications, Properties and Applications)

return to top

 Typical Ongoing Projects in ZNML


 Developing of novel hybrid manufacturing techniques for scalable production of zeolitic like framework materials (MOFs and ZIFs)

Porous metal–organic framework materials (MOFs) was introduced  for the first time by Yaghi and co-workers in the 1990s. In spite of the well known extraordinary properties of MOF materials that can apply for many various industrial applications particularly in the energy sector (e.g. for hydrogen and methane storage) as well as for environmental application ( e.g. CO2 separation and storage), one of the main obstacles of industrialization of this relatively new class of porous materials is their energy and time consuming production process, which means developing of techno-economically viable (i.e. relatively cheap and technologically feasible ) processes for production of MOF materials at larger  scale (cubic meters) is much desirable. Given the extraordinary affect of microwave and ultrasound energies, the main objective of this  research proposal is to develop novel and energy efficient manufacturing techniques using combinations of these relatively new energy sources along with conventional heating for manufacturing of some the down screened zeolitic-like framework materials at shorter crystallization time in an economically viable approach to produce cheaper materials at larger scale particularly for application in H2, CH4 and CO2 gases separation and storage, effective catalysts for NOx/SOx reduction and CO oxidation as well as appropriate carries for drug delivery .


 Capturing and Storage of CO2 on the zeolitic like framework materials

Capturing and sequestration of CO2 represents the most significant cost at about 75% of the total cost of CO2 remediation processes. The adsorbents that most readily adsorb CO2 such as the zeolites have difficulty for bulk adsorption and are hard to regenerate. Thus conventional processes suffer from low productivity and high operating costs. Gas capturing and storage obstacles can be overcome by using solid porous adsorbents. The use of zeolitic-like framework materials such as MOFs and ZIFs nanomaterials should successfully replace traditional, pollution-prone and energy-consuming separation processes.

In this concern, we are trying improve gravimetric and volumetric density of gas uptake (i.e. H2 and CO2) by improving the binding energy for increasing the Zeolitic like framework materials’ gas storage at lower pressures. In this regard, for implementation of “soft chemisorption”; design and preparation of new materials with metal binding sites will be taken into account.

Experimentally, preliminary dynamic capturing of CO2 will be considered by means of thermo-gravimetrical analysis (TGA). In this phase, the effect of temperature, pressure, particle size and surface area, post-synthesis modification and activation, and interfering molecules will be investigated.

return to top


Kazemian's selected publications  at Scopus

Kazemian's publication at Google Scholar


Some selected Articles in Peer Reviewed/Scholarly Journals ( 2008- 2015) :

  1. Madjid Delkash, Babak Ebrazi Bakhshayesh, Hossein Kazemian; Using zeolitic adsorbents to clean up special wastewater streams: A review, Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, (2015), in press

  2. S. S. Bukhari, J. Behin, H. Kazemian, S. Rohani , Synthesis of zeolite Na-A using single mode microwave irradiation at atmospheric pressure: The effect of microwave power, (2015) Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering ,  DOI 10.1002/cjce.22194

  3. S.S. Bukhari, J. Behin, H. Kazemian, S. Rohani, Conversion of coal fly ash into zeolite utilizing microwave and ultrasound energies: A Review, Fuel, (2015) Fuel, 140, pp. 250-266.

  4. Gordon, J., Kazemian, H., Rohani, S. MIL-53(Fe), MIL-101, and SBA-15 porous materials: Potential platforms for drug delivery; (2015) Materials Science and Engineering C, 47, pp. 172-179

  5. Zahra Ghasemi Laleh Vajheh Sari, Habibollah Younesi, Hossein Kazemian, Synthesis of nanosized ZSM-5 zeolite using extracted silica from rice husk without adding any alumina source, Applied Nanoscience, DOI: 10.1007/s13204-014-0370-x

  6. S.S. Bukhari, J. Behin, H. Kazemian, S. Rohani, A comparative study using direct hydrothermal and indirect fusion methods to produce zeolites from coal fly ash utilizing single mode microwave energy at atmospheric pressure, (2014) Journal of Materials Science, 49 (24), pp. 8261-8271.

  7. Jamshid Behin, Syed Salman Bukhari, Vahid Dehnavi, Hossein Kazemian, Sohrab Rohani, Using coal fly ash and wastewater for microwave synthesis of LTA zeolite , Chem. Eng. Technol. 2014, 37 (9), 1532-1540.

  8. H Taheri-Sodejani, M Ghobadinia, SH Tabatabaei, H Kazemian, Influence of Natural Zeolite on the Soil Nitrates Irrigated with Wastewater: Study on Application Method, Particle Size and Dosage of Zeolite, Desalination and Water Treatment,  (2014), Article in Press DOI:10.1080/19443994.2014.904818

  9. Mohammad Noori Sepehr, Hossein Kazemian, Esmail Ghahramani, Abdeltif Amrane, V. Sivasankare, Mansur Zarrabi, Defluoridation of water via Light Weight Expanded Clay Aggregate (LECA): Adsorbent characterization, competing ions, chemical regeneration, equilibrium and kinetic modeling, Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers;  45, 4 (2014) 821-1834

  10. Rana Sabouni, Hossein Kazemian, Sohrab Rohani, Mathematical Modeling and Experimental Breakthrough Curves of Carbon Dioxide Adsorption on Metal Organic Framework CPM-5, Environ. Sci. Technol., 47 (16), 2014, 9372-9380

  11. Kamal Aldin Karimaian, Abdeltif Amrane, Hossein Kazemian, Reza Panahi, Mansur Zarrabi, Retention of Phosphorous ions on natural and Engineered Waste Pumice: characterization, equilibrium, competing ions, regeneration, kinetic, equilibrium and thermodynamic study ,Applied Surface Science,284,(2014) 419-431

  12. Rana Sabouni, Hossein Kazemian, Sohrab Rohani, Carbon Dioxide Adsorption in Microwave- Synthesized Metal Organic Framework CPM-5: Equilibrium and Kinetics study; Microporous and Mesoporous Materials; 175 , pp. 85-91; http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.micromeso.2013.03.024

  13. Mohammad Noori Sepehr, Mansur Zarrabi, Hossein Kazemian, Abdeltif Amrane, Kamiar Yaghmaian, Hamid Reza Ghaffari, Removal of Hardness Agents, calcium and magnesium, by Natural and Alkaline Modified Pumice Stones in single and binary systems, Applied Surface Science, 274 , pp. 295-305; http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apsusc.2013.03.042,

  14. Kazemian, H., Turowec, B., Siddiquee, M.N., Rohani, S., Biodiesel production using cesium modified mesoporous ordered silica as heterogeneous base catalyst; 2013, Fuel 103 , pp. 719-724

  15. Amir Charkhi , Mohammad Kazemeini, Seyyed Javad Ahmadi  and Hossein Kazemian, Fabrication of Granulated NaY Zeolite Nanoparticles Using a New Method and Study the Adsorption Properties, Powder Technology, 2012, 10.1016/j.powtec.2012.06.041.

  16. Jeff Gordon, Hossein Kazemian, and Sohrab Rohani; Rapid and efficient crystallization of MIL-53(Fe) by ultrasound and microwave irradiation; Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 162 (2012), pp. 36-43

  17. S. Ahmadi, M. Manteghian, H. Kazemian, S. Rohani, J. Towfighi Darian, Synthesis of silver nano catalyst by gel-casting using response surface methodology, Powder technology ( 2012), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.powtec.2012.05.012

  18. Rana Sabouni, Hossein Kazemian, Sohrab Rohani, Microwave Synthesis of CPM-5 Metal Organic Framework, Chemical Engineering & Technology, 2012, 35(6), 1085–1092.

  19. F. H. Saboor, S. N. Ashrafizadeh, H. Kazemian,  Synthesis of BZSM-5 Membrane Using Nano-Zeolitic Seeds: Characterization and Separation Performance, Chemical Engineering & Technology, 2012, 35( 4), 743–753,

  20. H. Karkhanechi, H. Kazemian, H. Nazokdast, M. R. Mozdianfard, S. M. Bidoki, Fabricating of homogenous polymer-zeolite nanocomposites as mixed matrix membrane for gas separation, Chemical Engineering & Technology, 2012, 35(5), 885–892.

  21. S. Rohani, T. Isimjan, A. Mohamed, H. Kazemian, M. Salem and T. Wang, Fabrication, modification and environmental applications of TiO2 nanotube arrays (TNTAs) and nanoparticles,   Front. Chem. Sci. Eng.,  (2012, Article in Press),  DOI 10.1007/s11705-011-1144-6

  22. Yue Hu, Hossein Kazemian, Sohrab Rohani, Yining Huang and Yang Song, In Situ High Pressure Study of  ZIF-8 by FTIR Spectroscopy, Chem. Comm., 2011, 47, 12694-12696.

  23. Mahdi Dargahi,  Hossein Kazemian, Mohammad Soltanieh, Sohrab Rohani and  Morteza Hosseinpour, High Temperature Synthesis of SAPO-34: Applying an L9 Taguchi Orthogonal Design to Investigate the Effects of Experimental Parameters, Powder Technology (2011), 10.1016/j.powtec.2011.10.030.

  24. Muhammad N Siddiquee, Hossein Kazemian, Sohrab Rohani,  Biodiesel Production from the Lipid of Wastewater Sludge using Acidic Heterogeneous Catalyst, Chemical Engineering & Technology, 2011, 34 (12), pp. 1983-1988.

  25. L. Seifi, A. Torabian, H. Kazemian, G.N. Bidhendi, A.A. Azimi, Sh. Nazmara, M. AliMohammadi, Adsorption of BTEX on surfactant modified granulated natural zeolite nanoparticles: parameters optimizing by applying Taguchi experimental design method, Clean-Soil, Air, Water , 39(10) 2011, 939–948.

  26. Mahdi Dargahi,  Hossein Kazemian, Mohammad Soltanieh, Sohrab Rohani and  Morteza Hosseinpour, Rapid high-temperature synthesis of SAPO-34 nanoparticles,(Invited paper), Particuology, 9 (5), (2011) ,  pp. 452-457 ;  doi:10.1016/j.partic.2011.03.007

  27. Laleh Seifi, Ali Torabian, Hossein Kazemian, Golamreza Nabi Bidhendi, Ali Akbar Azimi, Amir Charkhi, Adsorption of Petroleum Monoaromatics from Aqueous Solutions Using Granulated Surface Modified Natural Nanozeolites: Systematic Study of Equilibrium Isotherms, Water, Air, & Soil Pollution (2011),217 (1-4), pp. 611-625

  28. Z. Ghasemi, H. Younesi and H. Kazemian, Synthesis of nanozeolite sodalite from rice husk ash without organic additives, The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, (2011), 89 (3), pp. 601-608.

  29. Nazila Esmaeili ; Hossein Kazemian , Dariush Bastani, Controlled Crystallization of LTA Zeolitic Nanoparticles from a Clear Solution Using Organic Template, Iranian Journal of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Vol. 30, No. 2, 2011. Pp. 9-14

  30. N. Esmaeili, H.  Kazemian   and D. Bastani,  Synthesis of Nano Particles of LTA Zeolite by Means of Microemulsion Technique: A Mini Review, Iranian Journal of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Vol, 30, No. 2, 2011. Pp. 1-8

  31. Azizi, S.N., Abrishamkar, M., Kazemian, H., Using of taguchi robust design method to optimize effective parameters of methylene blue adsorption on ZSM-5 zeolite,  Asian Journal of Chemistry, 23 (1),(2011), pp. 100-104.

  32. Abrishamkar, M., Azizi, S.N., Kazemian, H., The effects of various sources and templates on the microwave-assisted synthesis of BZSM-5 zeolite, (2011) Zeitschrift fur Anorganische und Allgemeine Chemie, 637 (2), pp. 312-316. 

  33. Abrishamkar, M., Azizi, S. N., & Kazemian, H. . Using taguchi robust design method to develop an optimized synthesis procedure for nanocrystals of ZSM-5 zeolite. Zeitschrift Fur Anorganische Und Allgemeine Chemie, 637(1),(2011), 154-159. [DOI: 10.1002/zaac.201000202.

  34. Seifi, L., Torabian, A., Kazemian, H., Bidhendi, G.N., Azimi, A.A., Farhadi, F., Nazmara, S. Kinetic Study of BTEX Removal Using Granulated Surfactant-Modified Natural Zeolites Nanoparticles (2010) Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 219 (1-4), pp. 443-457 ,  DOI: 10.1007/s11270-010-0719-z.

  35. F. Ghoroghchian H. Aghabozorg F. Farhadi, H. Kazemian, “  Controlled Synthesis of a Thin LTL Zeolitic Membrane Using Nano-Sized Seeds: Characterization and Permeation Performance,  Chemical Engineering & Technology, (2010), 33 (12), pp. 2066-2072;  DOI: 10.1002/ceat.200900543.

  36. R. Torkaman, H. Kazemian , M. Soltanieh, Removal of BTX Compounds from Wastewaters using Template Free MFI Zeolitic Membrane, Iranian Journal of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Vol, 29 (4), 2010, 85-92.

  37. Mahdieh Asadollahi, Dariush Bastani, and Hossein Kazemian, Permeation of Single Gases Through TEG Liquid Membranes Modified by Na-Y Nano Zeolite Particles, Separation and Purification Technology (2010), 76 (2), pp. 120-125;  doi:10.1016/j.seppur.2010.09.029

  38. Rana Sabouni, Hossein Kazemian, Sohrab Rohani, A novel combined manufacturing technique for rapid production of IRMOF-1 using ultrasound and microwave energies, Chemical Engineering Journal (2010),165 (3), pp. 966-973 ;  10.1016/j.cej.2010.09.036 

  39. Tayirjan T. Isimjan, Hossein Kazemian, Sohrab Rohani and Ajay K. Ray, Photo catalytic activities of Pt/ZIF-8 loaded highly ordered TiO2 nanotubes, J. Mater. Chem., 2010, 20 (45), 10241 – 10245.

  40.   Mohsen Mehdipour Ghazi, Ahmad Moheb,  Hossein Kazemian, Incorporation of boron into nano-size MFI zeolite structure using a novel microwave-assisted two-stage varying temperatures hydrothermal synthesis, Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 136 (2010) 18–24,  doi:10.1016/j.micromeso.2010.07.011.

  41. R. Torkaman, M. Soltanieh, H. Kazemian, “Optimization of parameters for the synthesis of MFI nanoparticles by Taguchi robust design method. Chem. Eng. Technol. 2010, 33, No. 6, 902–910.

  42. Amir Charkhi, Hossein Kazemian, and Mohammad Kazemeini, “Experimental design optimized ball milling of natural clinoptilolite zeolite for production of nano powders” Powder Technology 203 (2010) 389–396, doi: 10.1016/j.powtec.2010.05.034.

  43. Maryam Abrishamkar, Seyed Naser Azizi, Hossein Kazemian, Ultrasonic­Assistance and Aging Time Effects on the Zeolitation Process of BZSM­5 Zeolite, Z. Anorg. Allg. Chem. 2010, 636, DOI: 10.1002/zaac.201000158.

  44. Maryam Abrishamkar, Seyed Naser Azizi, Hossein Kazemian, Bromination of phenol with NBSac over synthesized zeolite as a heterogeneous recyclable catalyst, Iranian Journal of Organic Chemistry Vol. 2, No. 1 (2010) 338-342.

  45. S. K. Ghadiri, R. Nabizade, A. H. Mahvi, S. Nasseri, H. Kazemian, A. R. Mesdaghinia, Sh. Nazmara, methyl tert butyl ether adsorption on surfactant modified natural zeolites, Iran. J. Environ. Health. Sci. Eng., 2010, Vol. 7, No. 3, pp. 235-246.

  46. H. Kazemian, Z. Naghdali, T. Ghaffari Kashani, F. Farhadi, “Conversion of high silicon fly ash to NaP1 zeolite: alkaline fusion followed by hydrothermal crystallization”, Advanced Powder Technology, 2010,21(3), 279-283 ,  10.1016/j.apt.2009.12.005.

  47. K.L. Lim, H. Kazemian, Z. Yaakob, W.R.W. Daud,  Solid State Materials and Methods for Hydrogen Storage: a Critical Review , Chem. Eng. Technol. 2010, 33, No. 2, 1–15.

  48. Torabian, H. Kazemian, L. Seifi, G.N. Bidhendi, S.K. Ghadiri, Removal of Petroleum Aromatic Hydrocarbons by Surfactant-Modified Natural Zeolite,  Clean, 2010, 38 (1), 77 – 83.

  49. Yaakob, S.K. Kamarudin, W.R.W. Daud, M. R. Yosfiah, K. L. Lim and H. Kazemian, “Hydrogen production by methanol-steam reforming using Ni-Mo-Cu / γ-alumina trimetallic catalysts”, Asia-Pac. J. Chem. Eng. (2009) Published online in Wiley InterScience, DOI:10.1002/apj.411.

  50. M. Mazloum- Ardakani, Z. Akrami, H. Kazemian and Hamid. R. Zare, Preconcentration and Electroanalysis of Copper at Zeolite Modified Carbon Paste Electrode, Int. J. Electrochem. Sci., 4 (2009) 308 – 319.

  51. H. Kazemian, H. Modarress, M. Kazemi, F. Farhadi, “Synthesis of submicron zeolite LTA particles from natural clinoptilolite and industrial grade chemicals using one stage procedure”, Powder Technology, 196 (2009) 22–25 (
  52. F. Fotovat, H. Kazemian, M. Kazemeini,  “Synthesis of Na–A and faujasitic zeolites from high silicon fly ash”, Materials Research Bulletin 44 (4), 2009,  pp. 913-917.

  53. K. Tehrani Matin,  D. Bastani, H.Kazemian, "Applying the Taguchi Method to Develop an Optimized Synthesis Procedure for Nanocrystals of T-Type Zeolite"' Chem. Eng. Technol. 2009, 32, No. 7, 1042-1048.

  54.  B. Seyfi, M. Baghalha, H.Kazemian, "Modified LaCoO3 nano-perovskite catalysts for the environmental application of automotive CO oxidation", Chemical Engineering Journal 148 (2-3), 2009, pp. 306-311.

  55. M. Malek, M.R. Khani, P. Alizadeh, H. Kazemian,"Composite wasteform based on SiO2–PbO–CaO–ZrO2–TiO2–(B2O3–K2O) parent glass with zircon as the second component, Ceramics International 35 (4), 2009 pp. 1689-1692.

  56. S. Jafari, H. Asilian Mahabady, H. Kazemian,”Gold-nano Particles Supported on Na-Y and H-Y type Zeolite:Activity and Thermal Stability for CO Oxidation Reaction”, Catalysis Letters 128 (1-2), 2009, pp. 57-63.

  57.  F. Fotovat, M. Kazemeini, H. Kazemian, "Novel Utilization of Zeolited Fly Ash Hosting Cobalt Nanoparticles as a Catalyst Applied to the Fischer–Tropsch Synthesis" Catalysis Letters , 2008, vol. 127, no. 1, pp. 204-212.

  58. A.H. Shahbazi Kootenaei, M. Kazemeini, H. Kazemian, “effects of catalyst preparation conditions on nano-gold deposited on zsm-5 for co oxidation”,  International Journal of Modern Physics B , Vol. 22, Nos. 18-19 ( 2008) 3278-3288.

  59. A. Nikpey, H. Kazemian and M. Sadeghi,  “Remediation of MTBE Contaminated Water by Using Insitu Catalytic andBiological Combined Techniqes”, ”, American J. of Environmental Sciences  4(6): 717-722, 2008.

  60. M. Mazloum Ardakani, Z. Akrami, H. Kazemian, H. R. Zare., “Accumulation and Voltammetric determination of cobalt at zeolite modified electrode”., J. of Anal. Chem.  63 (2) (2008)184.

  61. Ghasemi Mobtaker, Hossein; H. Kazemian, Namdar, Mohamad Ali; Malekinejad, Ali; Pakzad, Mohammad Reza, "Ion Exchange Behavior of Zeolites A and P Synthesized by Natural Clinoptilolite”, Iranian Journal of chem. and chem. Eng., 27(2), 2008 pp. 111-117.

  62. H. Kazemian,  Mallah, Mohammad Hassan, "Removal of Chromate ion from Synthetic Water Using MCM-41/ZSM-5 Composite ", Iran. J. Environ. Health. Sci. Eng., 2008, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 73-77


  • Hossein Kazemian , K. Gedikb and İ. İmamoğlub, Commercial-Scale Uses of environmental applications of natural zeolites, Book Chapter (CHAPTER 20 ) in : Natural Zeollites, Pages 473-508; Vassilis J. Inglezakis and Antonis A. Zorpas (Eds); 2012 Bentham Science Publishers.

  • Hossein Kazemian , Environmental Application of Natural Zeolites; Book Chapter (CHAPTER 10) in : Natural Zeollites,;  Pages 214-237; Vassilis J. Inglezakis and Antonis A. Zorpas (Eds); 2012 Bentham Science Publishers.

  • H. Kazemian ( Editor), “Zeolites: The Magic Materials”, Proceedings of the Iran International Zeolite Conference (IIZC’08), Tehran- Amir Kabir University of Technology, 2008 ( in English) .

  • Faghihian, H., Shahraokhian, S., and Kazemian, H., “ Thermal Methods of Analysis, Second Edition”, Isfahan University Press, Isfahan, (2007)( in Persian) .

  • Kazemian, H., “An  Introduction To Zeolites: The Magic  Minerals”, Behesht Publication  ,Tehran ,Iran ISBN 964-92798-1-4 , (2004)( in Persian) .

  • Faghihian, H., Shahraokhian, S., and Kazemian, H., “ Thermal Methods of Analysis”, Isfahan University Press, Isfahan, (1998)( in Persian) .

Patents ( Registered in Iran):

  • Synthesize of Na-Y zeolites from industrial materials in pilot scale. Patent Number 41159- 2007

  • Design and manufacturing of  a laboratory microwave oven  by using a kitchen microwave oven. Patent Number 41171- 2007

  • Synthesize and characterization of a composite based on a zirconolite glass-ceramic with a second phase. Patent Number 44491 - 2007

  • Synthesize of Gold Nano Particles (GNP) on the modified NH4-Y zeolite substrate using deposition-precipitation method and investigation of its thermal stability for CO oxidation. Patent Number 46677- 2008

  • Activation of Gold Nano Particles (GNP)  on the Na-Y substrate using CO gas at high temperature. Patent Number 46676- 2008

  • Manufacturing of nano-pore  alumina membrane by two stage anodizing Patent Number 54249- 2008

  • Synthesis of NaA, NaX and Sodalite nanoparticles at room temperature and 40 °C  without templating agents by using of silica source extracted from rice husk. Patent Number 63031- 2009

  • Extraction of Silica from Rice Husk as a source for synthesis of ZSM-5 nanozeolite without using Alumina. Patent Number 63030-2009.


return to top


Also from this web page:

Contact Info

Thompson Engineering Building, Room 408, (TEB408)
Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering

Faculty of Engineering
Western University
London, Ontario,
Canada N6A 5B9