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PROFESSOR TAREQ ALASADI ANALYTICAL CHEMIST

schoolar,EDS.AWWA.CBRN

PROFESSOR TAREQ ALASADI

ANALYTICAL CHEMIST

EXPERIENCE (Industrial, Academic&Administrative and engineering)

*-******** ** ***lege of engineering at basrah university.

2-teaching at college of engineering at tripoly university.

3=Basrah fertilizer company Co., abofiloos, iraq :

a- quality &controlchemist1978-1982[basrah central lab.

b- analytical chemist for quality control (R& D) 1982-1985-

at basrah pertoleum company

c-corrosion researcher at libya oil companies in alzawia –libya

3-soil and water pollution.

4-soil mechanics.

5-trace elements in soil .

6-engineering treatments of soil .

7-soil and environment analysis .

8-soil analysis .

9-geochemistry of soil .

10.environmental hydrology .

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Research and interest work Career Options

geotechnical engineers to help find solutions to problems in the areas of foundation engineering, soil mechanics, sustainability, ground hazards,and environmental restoration. They may work as practitioners with governmental agencies,

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COURSES TAUGHT @:The University of basrah (uk),)

a- Undergraduate Level:

1.chemistry&CH-101-102-210,211,331,441,

2.Separation Processes,

3.Analytical chemistry

4.Pollution chemistry,

5.Instrumental analysis

6.Identification of organic chemistry

7.Solar Energy Technology,

8.Heat and Mass Transfer,

9.Air Pollution (Special Topics),

10. Safety Fundamentals -,

11.Safety in Industry (Special Topics),

12. Measurement & Chemical Analysis Lab.

13.Environmental engineering

14.Water pollution control technology .

15.Environmental seperation processes

16.Chemical safety and risk control.

17.Water and waste water calculations.

18.Water technology,desalinization .

19.Sampling of air pollution and stastical analysis

20.Corrosion and prevention .

21.Special topic to sewage and desalinization for irrigation demands .

ATTENDED COURSES& WORKSHOPS:

1.“ safety conference –london -1980

2.“ royal chemical society –lancaster -1985

3.“ Safety and Industrial Security “,basrah 2011

MEMBERSHIP

1.Member in The IRAQI CHEMICAL SOCIETIES,., 1996-

2.Member in eoropean desalinization society -,EDS.

3. Member of INTERNATIONALSOCIETY FOR TRACE ELEMENTS IN HUMAN AND DISEASE,ISTERH,USA

4.MEMBER OF AMERICAN WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION, AWWA, USA-

5.EXPERT IN EDS,ITALY

PUPLICATIONS IEEDINGS PUPLISHED MANY PAPERS IN

INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS,AND PROCEEDINGS

here is list of these-journal of international environmental application and science -2012,vol7(3),503-510,2012

Simultaneous Determination of Fluphenazine, Trifluoperazine, and Prochloroperazine in Pharmaceutical Preparations by HPLC Method

A simple high performance liquid chromatographic method has been developed, for simultaneous determination of Fluphenazine (FLP),Trifluperazine (TFP),and prochlorperazine (PCP) In pure and pharmaceutical preparations. The chromatographic method has been developed and tested for simultaneous separation and determination of three phenothiazineThe total run time is 14 min. This method is obeyed Beer's law at 5-300μg/mL for Fluphenazine, 5-200μg/mL for Trifluoperazine and10-500μgmL-1 for Prochlorperazine. The proposed method is characterized by specificity, accuracy, precision and linearity. The HPLC method is compared with British pharmacopoeia (BP) using F test. The developed method can be used successfully..

associate professor tarikak nasser,ehab altimimi and thuriat mansoor

Abstract:

Anew simple method for removal of Heavy metals Ions from terminal Wastewater using Iraqi Eucalyptus leaves Powder Tarik ak Nasser(1),ehab altimimi,and thuria t.Mansoor(2),. 1Department of Chemistry, College of science,wassit university,, kut, Iraq,e mail .adb9y2@r.postjobfree.com 2-chemistry department,college of education,basrah university,basrah,iraq Abstract Waste materials from waste terminal such as leaves,bark, Peel and seeds may act as cost effective and efficient bio- sorbents to remove toxic contaminants from wastewater.

This study aimed to establish an optimized condition and closed loop application of processed Eucalyptus leaves Powder for metals removal . Wastes of the Iraqi date Eucalyptus leaves powder was used to study removal of heavy metal cations ( Cu+2, Pb+2, Cd+2& Zn+2) from simulated artificial waste water using batch adsorption process. The dried parts of the date Eucalyptus leaves wastes, were grinded to 0.150 mm in size and used directly in different adsorbent / metal ion ratios, starting with metal ion concentration of (100ppm). The ability of the biomass of Eucalyptus leaves in removing, Cu, Pb,Cd and Zn from aqueous solution was investigated as a Influence of contact time, initial metal ion concentration, and adsorbent loading weight, on removal percentage were investigated; experiments were carried out at room temperature. 25Co and pH value of (8). Date Eucalyptus leaves wastes succeeded to achieve 79% removal for Cu+2 ions,95 % for Pb+2 ions, 98.5 % for Cd+2 ions & 96.2% for Zn+2 ions within (60 min) contact time at adsorbent loading ratio of 100 ppm.

Also have been calculated distribution coefficient and gave different values in the spontaneous adsorption of ions adsorbed,was the arrangement of ions is (Zn+2 >Cd+2>Pb+2>Cu+2). has been implemented the most suitable conditions for the treatment of samples taken from the sewage Terminal (Basra / Hamdan Terminal main). Anew simple method for removal of Heavy metals Ions from terminal Wastewater using Iraqi Eucalyptus leaves Powder Tarik ak Nasser(1),ehab altimimi,and thuria t.Mansoor(2),. 1Department of Chemistry, College of science,wassit university,, kut, Iraq,e mail .adb9y2@r.postjobfree.com 2-chemistry department,college of education,basrah university,basrah,iraq Abstract Waste materials from waste terminal such as leaves,bark, Peel and seeds may act as cost effective and efficient bio- sorbents to remove toxic contaminants from wastewater. This study aimed to establish an optimized condition and closed loop application of processed Eucalyptus leaves Powder for metals removal .

Wastes of the Iraqi date Eucalyptus leaves powder was used to study removal of heavy metal cations ( Cu+2, Pb+2, Cd+2& Zn+2) from simulated artificial waste water using batch adsorption process. The dried parts of the date Eucalyptus leaves wastes, were grinded to 0.150 mm in size and used directly in different adsorbent / metal ion ratios, starting with metal ion concentration of (100ppm). The ability of the biomass of Eucalyptus leaves in removing, Cu, Pb,Cd and Zn from aqueous solution was investigated as a Influence of contact time, initial metal ion concentration, and adsorbent loading weight, on removal percentage were investigated; experiments were carried out at room temperature. 25Co and pH value of .

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NAME:TARIK ABDUL KADHUM NASSER ... EMAIL adb9y2@r.postjobfree.com ... Myresearch now is concentrating on trace elements in water,soil and blood,with ...

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2.Tarik Nasser - Publications - ResearchGate

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Iraq - Environmental chemist at Was sit

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Libya - RESEARCHER at PESTICIDE CENTER IN LIBYA

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Original Research Article; Pages 1-10; Fottis Malamas, Mats Bengtsson, Gillis Zuhair M. Kassir, Ala-Din M. Al-Muaibed, Ali H.A. Kareem, Tarik A.K. Nasser ... termination of phenylmercury, methylmercury and inorganic mercury in water after ...

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6.73382 Tarik Nasser - Academia.edu

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By Tarik Nasser. ... erectus leaves 125 Altameemi, A & Nasser :Anew simple method for the treatment of waste water containing Cu (II) and Zn(II) Ions … 1.

7.JCPR-2012-4-12-4961-4968 Tarik Nasser - Academia.edu

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By Tarik Nasser. ... leaves was used to study removal of heavy metal cations (Cd+2& pb+2) from simulated artificial waste water using batch adsorption process.

Abstract:

Anew simple method for removal of Heavy metals Ions from terminal Wastewater using Iraqi Eucalyptus leaves Powder Tarik ak Nasser(1),ehab altimimi,and thuria t.Mansoor(2),. 1Department of Chemistry, College of science,wassit university,, kut, Iraq,e mail .adb9y2@r.postjobfree.com 2-chemistry department,college of education,basrah university,basrah,iraq Abstract Waste materials from waste terminal such as leaves,bark, Peel and seeds may act as cost effective and efficient bio- sorbents to remove toxic contaminants from wastewater. This study aimed to establish an optimized condition and closed loop application of processed Eucalyptus leaves Powder for metals removal . Wastes of the Iraqi date Eucalyptus leaves powder was used to study removal of heavy metal cations ( Cu+2, Pb+2, Cd+2& Zn+2) from simulated artificial waste water using batch adsorption process. The dried parts of the date Eucalyptus leaves wastes, were grinded to 0.150 mm in size and used directly in different adsorbent / metal ion ratios, starting with metal ion concentration of (100ppm). The ability of the biomass of Eucalyptus leaves in removing, Cu, Pb,Cd and Zn from aqueous solution was investigated as a Influence of contact time, initial metal ion concentration, and adsorbent loading weight, on removal percentage were investigated; experiments were carried out at room temperature. 25Co and pH value of (8). Date Eucalyptus leaves wastes succeeded to achieve 79% removal for Cu+2 ions,95 % for Pb+2 ions, 98.5 % for Cd+2 ions & 96.2% for Zn+2 ions within (60 min) contact time at adsorbent loading ratio of 100 ppm. Also have been calculated distribution coefficient and gave different values in the spontaneous adsorption of ions adsorbed,was the arrangement of ions is (Zn+2 >Cd+2>Pb+2>Cu+2). has been implemented the most suitable conditions for the treatment of samples taken from the sewage Terminal (Basra / Hamdan Terminal main). Anew simple method for removal of Heavy metals Ions from terminal Wastewater using Iraqi Eucalyptus leaves Powder Tarik ak Nasser(1),ehab altimimi,and thuria t.Mansoor(2),. 1Department of Chemistry, College of science,wassit university,, kut, Iraq,e mail .adb9y2@r.postjobfree.com 2-chemistry department,college of education,basrah university,basrah,iraq Abstract Waste materials from waste terminal such as leaves,bark, Peel and seeds may act as cost effective and efficient bio- sorbents to remove toxic contaminants from wastewater. This study aimed to establish an optimized condition and closed loop application of processed Eucalyptus leaves Powder for metals removal . Wastes of the Iraqi date Eucalyptus leaves powder was used to study removal of heavy metal cations ( Cu+2, Pb+2, Cd+2& Zn+2) from simulated artificial waste water using batch adsorption process. The dried parts of the date Eucalyptus leaves wastes, were grinded to 0.150 mm in size and used directly in different adsorbent / metal ion ratios, starting with metal ion concentration of (100ppm). The ability of the biomass of Eucalyptus leaves in removing, Cu, Pb,Cd and Zn from aqueous solution was investigated as a Influence of contact time, initial metal ion concentration, and adsorbent loading weight, on removal percentage were investigated; experiments were carried out at room temperature. 25Co and pH value of (8). Date Eucalyptus leaves wastes succeeded to achieve 79% removal for Cu+2 ions,95 % for Pb+2 ions, 98.5 % for Cd+2 ions & 96.2% for Zn+2 ions within (60 min) contact time at adsorbent loading ratio of 100 ppm. Also have been calculated distribution coefficient and gave different values in the spontaneous adsorption of ions adsorbed,was the arrangement of ions is (Zn+2 >Cd+2>Pb+2>Cu+2). has been implemented the most suitable conditions for the treatment of samples taken from the sewage Terminal (Basra / Hamdan Terminal main).

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1.Tarik Nasser - Publications - ResearchGate

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Tarik Nasser. B.SC,M.SC.PH.D.ISTERH,EDS ... Conference Paper: removal of leadand copper from food extract by dried leafs from basrah city. Tarik Nasser.

2.Iron - ResearchGate

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... I have seen so far,so our research has lead us to believe this may be product of two stage copper smelting. Tarik Nasser added an answer: Need to reuse the nano zero valent iron after the removal of arsenic. Iron/Manganese oxide.

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R. Belcher, Tarik A. K. Nasser and Alan Townshend. Depavtment ... optimally heating the matrix in the flame for 20 s (cerium) or 40 s (europium), removing it lead in a calcium oxide-based matrix2 and indium in a magnesium oxide-based matri~.~ emission was similar to that of manganese candoluminescence (Amax.

SCHOLARSHIPS, HONORS, PRIZES& JURIES:

1.Scholarship from ministry of higher education and scientific researchto get M.Sc and Ph.D degrees in chemistry from, Birmingham university,. (1973-1977) .

COMPUTER SKILLS & LANGUAGES:

Excellent Command of Most Computer Softwares in Both Environment ( IBM & Macintosh).

HOBBIES:

-Reading Historical Books

-Writing essays

-Classical Music

REFERENCES:

1.Prof. -,kadhum abdulameercollege of sciencealmustansirysauniversity, iraq,,

2. Assistance Prof. hadii. dewaich, assistance professor of wassit university(: iraq)

3.Professor jabbar kuttar –agricultural college,basrah -iraq

Name& Title:Professor Tareq Abdhilkadhim Nasir Alasadi

Nationality: Iraqi

Place & Date of Birth: Basrah, 1949

Address Amman: Gardens, Altherwa Street, Riwad Alsham.

Tel: Mobile + (962-*********

Home: (+ 962) 506069

E.Mail: adb9y2@r.postjobfree.com

EDUCATION

Ph.D : chemistry,The Univ. of birmingham,, uk, 1977. Thesis: "developments in candoluminescence spectroscopy –trace metal analysis - "

M.Sc. : Analytical chemistry 1974. Thesis: "determination of phenols in water and waste water "

B.Sc. 1970. Project:, ".

b-postgraduate courses:

1.Advanced analytical chemistry,

2.chromatography,

3.Chemical Thermodynamics.

4.Water treatment for sewages.

5.Corrosion in oil refineries.

6.Soil chemistry and pollution control

Language Speaking Reading Writing

English Excellent Excellent Excellent



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