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Articles by H. Kazemian
Total Records ( 4 ) for H. Kazemian
  S.B. Mortazavi , A. Nikpey , A. Rezaee , H. Asilian , A. Khavanin and H. Kazemian
  Methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE) is added to reformulated gasoline to meet the 1990 Clean Air Act directives. Widespread use of MTBE in gasoline has resulted in groundwater contamination. Because of its undesirable effects on drinking water and ecologically harmful effects, MTBE removal has become a public health and environmental concern. In this study, we have isolated a mixed bacterial culture which is capable of degrading the MTBE as a sole carbon and energy source. This consortium was developed from mixed urban and petrochemical activated sludge after 4 month's enrichment. Enrichment was conducted in batch reactor, fitted with a screw cap and butyl rubber septum. MTBE concentration was measured in head space by gas chromatography. Degradation was determined by MTBE removal. MTBE biodegradation was depended to Dissolved Oxygen (DO) concentration and not affected by the changes in concentration of trace element solution or other stimulator Substances. Degradation rates were nearly 1.478 mg MTBE h¯11 (wet biomass) and didn’t change with MTBE concentration (up 500 mg L¯1).
  A. Nikpay , H. Kazemian and M. Sadeghi
  The hydrolysis reaction of Methyl Tert-Butyl Ether (MTBE) into biodegradable products was studied on as-synthesized and commercial H-MFI zeolites. The effect of synthesis procedure and SiO2/Al2O3 ratio was investigated. The results obtained were indicated that H-MFI zeolites were effective in MTBE hydrolysis and increasing of the Si/Al ratio promotes the hydrolysis reaction. The amount of produced TBA was always lower than what expected estoichiometericaly. It is concluded that the missing amount of TBA can be a result of possible formation of an alkene. The capability of indigenous microorganism to biodegrade hydrolysis products in presence of zeolite was also studied. Microorganism was able to use products except TBA produced intermediate carbocation hasn’t any adverse effects on the microbial activity.
  H. Kazemian and M. H. Mallah
  In the present study removal of chromate anion (CrO42-) from a synthetic aqueous solution by a synthesized MCM-41/ZSM-5 composite and its modified form with the anionic surfactant of hexadecyl-teri methyl ammonium bromide; (surfactant modified composite) was investigated. According to the data obtained from batch test of MCM-41/ZSM-5 composite and surfactant modified composite, it is obvious that modification of the composite with anionic surfactant improves its affinity toward the oxyanion (917mL/g for MCM-41/ZSM-5 composite in comparison to 1870mL/g for surfactant modified composite). It was concluded that sorption capacity and selectivity of the composite will be remarkly improve toward chromate anion by modification of its surface by a surfactant; therefore surfactant modified composite is a suitable candidate for removal of chromate anion from contaminated solutions.
  H. Asilian Mahabady , S. Jafari , H. Kazemian and A. Khavanin
  Gold nanoparticle is the active catalyst for CO oxidation at low temperature. This feature of gold base catalysts is suitable to overcome the problem of cold-start problem of automobile exhaust TWC converters. In this study gold nanoparticle were deposited on modified NH4-Y type zeolite. The activity of synthesized catalyst was measured in a fixed-bed quartz-tubular reactor (7mm i.d.) under atmospheric pressure. In order to investigate the catalytic activities toward CO oxidation reaction, 31mL/min of air and 0.155mL/min of carbon monoxide were mixed and then passed through the reactor. It was found that activity of Au/Y catalyst was 100% at 20°C. The thermal stability of Au/Y catalyst was measured at 400°C for 4h. The activity of the catalyst was decreased to 65% at 20°C after thermal stability test. Results of Energy Dispersive Analysis by X-rays before and after thermal stability have showed that Au content of these samples were 3.89% and 1.76, respectively. It was found that the amount of Au content decreased after thermal stability process. Fourier Transform Infrared (FT-IR) spectra showed no changes in framework structure of zeolite during thermal stabilization process of the catalyst.
 
 
 
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