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    Oxidative Addition of Amines to Aldehydes Catalyzed by Supported Cobalt Nanoparticles on SBA-15

    , M.Sc. Thesis Sharif University of Technology Raeisi, Mojdeh (Author) ; Saidi, Mohamad Reza (Supervisor) ; Rajabi, Fatemeh (Co-Advisor)
    Considering the widespread applications of amides, synthesis of these compounds is of great importance. The one pot oxidative addition of amines to aldehydes is one of the most simple and appealing approaches to synthesis amides. With the aim of developing a mild and convenient approach towards preparation of amides, numerous methods have been reported for this important process over the past few decades. These improvements have been mostly related to the optimization of reaction conditions and the use of more challenging substrates including diverse derivatives of aldehydes, and also design a novel and effective catalytic systems. Due to the various advantages of supported heterogeneous... 

    Novel utilization of zeolited fly ash hosting cobalt nanoparticles as a catalyst applied to the Fischer-Tropsch synthesis

    , Article Catalysis Letters ; Volume 127, Issue 1-2 , 2009 , Pages 204-212 ; 1011372X (ISSN) Fotovat, F ; Kazemeini, M ; Kazemian, H ; Sharif University of Technology
    In order to produce an inexpensive catalyst for the Fischer-Tropsch synthesis (FTS), zeolitized high silicon fly ash utilized as a catalytic support for cobalt nanoparticles. The ability of this new support in proper hosting of nanoparticles studied through various characterization methods such as X-ray diffraction, nitrogen sorption, transmission electron microscopy, energy-dispersive spectroscopic and temperature-programmed reduction. In addition, the catalytic properties for the FTS evaluated at 523 K and 20 MPa. The obtained results show remarkable influence of utilized support specifications upon the formation and catalytic behavior of cobalt nanoparticles in the FTS  

    Graphene/cobalt nanocarrier for hyperthermia therapy and MRI diagnosis

    , Article Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces ; Volume 146 , 2016 , Pages 271-279 ; 09277765 (ISSN) Hatamie, S ; Ahadian, M. M ; Ghiass, M. A ; Iraji zad, A ; Saber, R ; Parseh, B ; Oghabian, M. A ; Shanehsazzadeh, S ; Sharif University of Technology
    Graphene/cobalt nanocomposites are promising materials for theranostic nanomedicine applications, which are defined as the ability to diagnose, provide targeted therapy and monitor the response to the therapy. In this study, the composites were synthesized via chemical method, using graphene oxide as the source material and assembling cobalt nanoparticles of 15 nm over the surface of graphene sheets. Various characterization techniques were then employed to reveal the morphology, size and structure of the nanocomposites, such as X-ray diffraction analysis, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, high resolution transmission electron microscopy and... 

    Multi-walled carbon nanotubes with immobilised cobalt nanoparticle for modification of glassy carbon electrode: Application to sensitive voltammetric determination of thioridazine

    , Article Biosensors and Bioelectronics ; Volume 24, Issue 11 , 2009 , Pages 3235-3241 ; 09565663 (ISSN) Shahrokhian, S ; Ghalkhani, M ; Adeli, M ; Amini, M. K ; Sharif University of Technology
    Multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) were immobilised with cobalt nanoparticles and analyzed by transmission electron microscopy. This modification procedure substantially improved colloidal dispersion of the immobilised MWCNTs in water and organic solvents, yielding uniform and stable thin films for modification of the glassy carbon electrode surface. The modified electrode showed an efficient catalytic role for the electrochemical oxidation of thioridazine (TR), leading to remarkable decrease in its oxidation overpotential of approximately 100 mV and enhancement of the kinetics of the electrode reaction, which can be confirmed by increasing in the peak current and sharpness of the peak....