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Fatima Boukhlifi

Fatima Boukhlifi
Université Moulay Ismail. Maroc

Professor. Laboratory of chemistry and biology applied to the environment

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Introduction
BOUKHLIFI Fatima est actuellement une professeur chercheur en chimie qui travaille sur les procédes et les matériaux appliqués à l'environnement, procédés de traitement et de valorisation durable des dechets, en energie renouvelables, en agriculture, en matéraiux composite et en nanocomposite
Additional affiliations
May 2013 - present
Faculté des Sciences, Université Moulay Ismail
Position
  • Professor
September 2006 - June 2013
Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Arts et Métiers
Position
  • Professor

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Publications (92)
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The use of groundwater as drinking water source in many parts of Kelantan encourages the research and development of various cost-effective alternative adsorbent material for turbidity reduction and drinking water purification. The preparation, characterization, and use of a magnetic biocarbon adsorbent composite (MBAC) is introduced in this study...
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PUIRJ (Partners Universal International Research Journal) is an international publisher of open access, peer-reviewed journals quarterly publishing full-length papers four times a year. The journal publishes original research articles from multiple disciplines. The primary goal of the journal is to publish research articles for wide dissemination t...
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The discharges of many industries are loaded with dyes that pose a major problem for health and the environment. Various techniques and methods (physical, chemical, biological...) were developed for the treatment of the effluents charged in dyes. Adsorption is one of the most suitable techniques for the removal of dyes, and natural wastes are among...
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Being able to modify the physical properties of a material at will in a simple way in order to give it a new functionality can suggest a real technological breakthrough in the field of micro and nanotechnologies. Such a challenge may be possible through the use of specific materials called nanocomposites. Nanocomposites are heterogeneous materials...
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Objective Natural fibers reinforcements have gained increasing attention for the development of biocomposites thanks to their biodegradability and renewability. The search for natural-based reinforcements that improve the biodegradation of plastics while maintaining their physicochemical and mechanical properties is a never-ending task. Herein, we...
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Pour sa deuxième édition et dans le cadre de la promotion de l'innovation dans la recherche scientifique et de la création de liens avec le monde de l'entreprise, le Congrès International des Sciences Pures et Appliquées (ICPAS'22) sera organisé sous le thème « gestion des connaissances en sciences recherche et innovation : clé de voûte d'un avenir...
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PUIRJ (Partners Universal International Research Journal) is an international publisher of open access, peer-reviewed journals quarterly publishing full-length papers four times a year. The journal publishes original research articles from multiple disciplines. The primary goal of the journal is to publish research articles for wide dissemination t...
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In recent years, the removal of dyes has emerged as a significant problem that attracted several researchers. The search for green and eco-friendly adsorbents has been a never-ending task in environmental protection to overcome this issue. Herein, almond shells (AS) were used as an adsorbent to remove methyl orange (MO) from aqueous solutions. The...
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Materials as waste can be utilized for the adsorption of heavy metals due to their advantages such as low cost, availability, cost-effectiveness, ease of use and efficiency. This study examines the ability of certain agricultural waste products which include walnut shell (WS), almond shell (AS), coconut shell (CS) and peanut shell (PS), to remove C...
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Agricultural wastes (AWs) are available abundantly at no or low costs; however, in most cases, not used reasonably. Despite their interesting chemical properties, coconut shells (CS), almond shells (AS), walnut shells (WS), and peanut shells (PS) are usually burned in the fields or discharged without any valorization. These AWs were investigated as...
Thesis
Utilisation de nouveaux matériaux pour le traitement des eaux
Presentation
In recent years, there has been a great deal of enthusiasm for the development of nano reinforced polymeric materials called nanocomposites. Different types of particles, of various types, factors and shapes can thus be incorporated into the polymer matrices. These are usually inorganic particles, such as mineral fillers. The addition of the nanopa...
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Valorisation d'un déchet lignocellulosique (marc de café) brut et activé en tant qu'adsorbant appliqué à la dépollution des eaux contaminées par le cristal violet et le Cr (VI)
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Bentonite is a clay with interesting surface properties (affinity for water, adsorption capacity for electro-positive compounds….). The characteristics and clarifying properties of bentonite from various companies are the subject of numerous studies. The present work focuses on the study of the efficiency of bentonite and modified bentonite to puri...
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The book chapters are written to provide scientific understanding and knowledge to scholars, students, faculty members, and laboratory and industry workers of the subject of montmorillonite clay, including its structure and properties, use in composite, industrial application, and testing and evaluation. The introduction provides useful discussion...
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Abstract Peanut shells (PS) and sugar canes (SC) constitute an attractive and an energetic biomass source in Morocco since they are renewable, abundant and available. this work seeks to study the thermal decomposition of these biomass samples and their derived solid biofuel under oxidative atmosphere, and it also attempts to determine their kinet...
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Hereby, we are describing the synthesis and characterisation concerning acid-basic properties of catalysts containing varied amounts of NiMo (2-14 wt % of NiMoO4) worn on copper orthophosphate whose preparation was executed employing a Co-precipitation method, to which we introduced the Nickel Molybdenum by impregnation with a porous volume at seve...
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Water is the most important raw material on our planet, for humans, animals, plants and microorganisms. Almost all vital phenomena in the biosphere are linked to the availability of water. Water pollution that affects rivers, seas, groundwater and lakes, is the result of the discharge of wastewater without treatment or with an insufficient level of...
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Industrial discharges loaded with heavy metals present several problems for aquatic ecosystems and human health. In this context, the present study aims to evaluate the potential of raw spent coffee grounds to remove chromium from an aqueous medium. A structural and textural study of coffee grounds was carried out by FTIR, XRD, and TGA analysis. Th...
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Phenol is one of the most toxic pollutants found in industrial waste. is work focuses on the removal of phenol using clay from the Sale region. Adsorbent was characterized by X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction, infrared spectroscopy, and scanning electron microscopy. e chemical analysis of this clay shows that the percentage of sili...
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es déchets agricoles peuvent être exploités pour l'adsorption de colorants, en raison de leur faible coût, de leur disponibilité, de leur rentabilité et de leur efficacité.Dans cette étude, nous nous sommes intéressés à l'élimination du colorant cristal violet, à partir de solutions aqueuses, par adsorption sur coque d'amande.matériau à base, comme...
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The objective of this chapter was to treat metal pollution of wastewater rich in Pb2+, Cd2+, Cu2+, and Zn2+ ions by adsorption tests on the raw chitin/chitosan. Different origin namely shrimp (Ccre), crab (Ccra) and lobster (Clan). Raw shrimp chitin had a strong affinity for Pb2+ and Cd2+. The adsorption capacity of zinc on the crabs chitin is twic...
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This work examines the possibility of removing the crystal violet (a cationic dye), used in dyeing of cotton, wood, and silk, onto untreated coffee waste. The influence of various experimental parameters on the adsorption of crystal violet has been analysed: pH, adsorbent dose and initial dye concentration. The optimum adsorption of crystal violet...
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Agricultural waste can be exploited for the adsorption of dyes, due to their low cost, availability, cost-effectiveness, and efficiency. In this study, we were interested in the elimination of crystal violet dye, from aqueous solutions, by adsorption on almond shell-based material, as a low-cost and ecofriendly adsorbent. The almond shells were fir...
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Peanut shells (PS) and sugar canes (SC) constitute an attractive and an energetic biomass source in Morocco since they are renewable, abundant and available. this work seeks to study the thermal decomposition of these biomass samples and their derived solid biofuel under oxidative atmosphere, and it also attempts to determine their kinetic and ther...
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Materials as waste can be utilized for the adsorption of heavy metals due to their advantages such as low cost, availability, cost-effectiveness, ease of use and efficiency. This study examines the ability of certain agricultural waste products which include walnut shell (WS), almond shell (AS), coconut shell (CS) and peanut shell (PS), to remove C...
Conference Paper
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In recent years, there has been a great deal of enthusiasm for the development of nano reinforced polymeric materials called nanocomposites. Different types of particles, of various types, factors and shapes can thus be incorporated into the polymer matrices. These are usually inorganic particles, such as mineral fillers. The addition of the nanopa...
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Because of the importance of his field, its neutrality in terms of pollution, biomass sector is an attractive way for the promotion of renewable energies, the fight against deforestation and the protection of our environment. In Morocco, almond shells and acorn cups are still rejected as a solid waste, while they can be a source of renewable energy...
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Bio-fertilization based on organic waste makes it possible to acquire a source of less expensive organic fertilizers improving the physicochemical and biological properties of the soil and increasing crop yields. It is a promising technique for mitigating the polluting power of this waste. In this context, a study has been initiated to use shrimp w...
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Environmental concern has been the source of several studies in the field of scientific research. This thesis is a contribution to the valuation of shells eggs as abundant and inexpensive waste in our Moroccan landfills. This work relates in the first part of the valuation of eggshells in the field. wastewater treatment. Eggshells were exploited fo...
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ABSTRACT Because of the importance of his field, its neutrality in terms of pollution, biomass sector is an attractive way for the promotion of renewable energies, the fight against deforestation and the protection of our environment. In Morocco, almond shells (CA), nutshells (CN), acorn pericarps (PG) and acorn cups are still rejected as a solid w...
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Calcined eggshells (CES) were tested as adsorbent at a low cost for the removal of phenol from the waste water. The shells of Eggs extracts from waste were washed and then dried at a temperature of 60℃ and finally calcined in an oven at the atmospheric air in several temperatures 200℃, 400℃, 600℃, 800℃, 1000℃. The chemical composition of the obtain...
Conference Paper
The increase of the energy needs accompanied with a predictable exhaustion of the fossil resources and the environmental problems engendered by their consumption, clearly reveal that the current energy model is not sustainable. We must therefore engage a transition towards a more sustainable model. The solution is not unique but the use of renewabl...
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The slow pyrolysis characteristics of four food wastes, namely acorn cups (AC), acorn pericarp (AP), almond shells (AS), and nut shells (NS) were investigated by thermogravimetric (TG) analysis coupled with mass spectrometry (MS) and differential scanning calorimetry (DSC). Thermal degradation of these samples was divided into three stages correspo...