Reyhaneh Nayebi

Reyhaneh Nayebi
University of Tehran | UT · Department of Analytical Chemistry


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Publications (5)
The application of spinel ferrite decorated graphene hybrids in heat transfer has been limited mostly due to their poor stability in water. This study reports a straightforward strategy to synthesis a cobalt ferrite/reduced graphene oxide (CoFe2O4/rGO) nanocomposite with high water dispersibility characteristics through the treatment of synthesized...
The advancement of smart materials has substantially affected the sample preparation techniques. Recently, different smart materials like carbon‐based materials, magnetic nanoparticles, and ferrofluids have been used to separate analytes from different matrices. Among these, ferrofluids have attracted considerable attention due to their liquidity a...
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Ionic liquids (ILs) are a class of fluids with unique physicochemical properties employing polymeric substances emerging new materials. Solidification of ILs into porous materials generates porous ionic liquid polymers that combine the unique characteristics of ILs with common porous materials and polymers. In this study, it’s the first time the po...


Questions (3)
I plotted the surface tension as a function of my surfactant concentration . Now, I'm trying to calculate the maximum surface excess concentration by applying the Gibbs adsorption isotherm to the surface tension data, but I don't know how to use Eq.
How to derive the expression in parentheses??
It has been stated in different sources that the solubility of MnCl2 in water at 25°C is 72.3 g/100ml. But in the laboratory, I was able to dissolve only 3 gr of anhydrous MnCl2 salt in 50 ml of D.I. water, which of course became a supersaturated solution.
What is the reason for that?
I want to prepare a new type of supramolecular solvent from SDS micelle. A cationic cosurfactant or a concentrated acid is not suitable for my procedure. Is there a way to synthesize the supramolecular solvent from SDS?


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