Aasif Helal

About Aasif Helal

Aasif Helal, With an exceptional h-index of 28 and a recent h-index of 23 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, specializes in the field of Applied Chemistry, MOF, sensors.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Tailored design of CO2-selective mixed-matrix membranes using nitrile-functionalized COFs as 2D nanofillers

Micro and Nanoporous Membrane Platforms for Carbon Neutrality: Membrane Gas Separation Prospects

Synthesis and Oxygen Evolution Reaction Application of a Co‐Cd Based Bimetallic Metal‐Organic Framework

Europium doped metal-organic framework for detection of heteroaromatic compounds

Synthesis and Characterization of polyethylene/Metal Organic Framework Nanocomposites: enhanced thermal stability and crystallinity through UiO-66 Nanofiller incorporation

Efficient oxygen evolution using conductive cobalt-based metal-organic framework

Method of detecting mercury ions with a fluorescein hydrazide-appended metal-organic framework as a chemosensor

Reticular Chemistry for Optical Sensing of Anions

Aasif Helal Information

University

King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals

Position

Research Scientist II (Associate Professor)

Citations(all)

3219

Citations(since 2020)

2427

Cited By

1765

hIndex(all)

28

hIndex(since 2020)

23

i10Index(all)

50

i10Index(since 2020)

42

Email

University Profile Page

King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals

Aasif Helal Skills & Research Interests

Applied Chemistry

MOF

sensors

Top articles of Aasif Helal

Tailored design of CO2-selective mixed-matrix membranes using nitrile-functionalized COFs as 2D nanofillers

Authors

Bosirul Hoque,Mohd Yusuf Khan,Aamir Hanif,Mahmoud Abdelnaby,Aasif Helal,Abuzar Khan,Muhammad Usman,Qasem Ahmed Drmosh

Journal

Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering

Published Date

2024/4/3

CO2 capture and separation are indispensable for the supply of energy through a sustainable process. Adaptation of a gas separation technology in the energy production industry is one of the key pathways to achieving net zero energy sources. MMMs are adjudged as propitious membrane systems for industrial-scale gas separation at low cost and environmental footprint, but they require further improvement. Hence, this work reports a pensive selection of COF-316 as a 2D nanofiller with pendant nitrile (-CN) moiety and its effect in elevating CO2 permeability and CO2/N2 selectivity. MMMs containing PEBAX-1657 and COF-316 were created by adding various weight percentages (0.25 to 1.0%) of 2D COF-316 as nanofillers. Several analytical methods such as Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction, Field emission scanning electron microscopy, and Thermo-gravimetric analysis, were used to …

Micro and Nanoporous Membrane Platforms for Carbon Neutrality: Membrane Gas Separation Prospects

Authors

Arshad Hussain,Hajera Gul,Waseem Raza,Salman Qadir,Muhammad Rehan,Nadeem Raza,Aasif Helal,M Nasiruzzaman Shaikh,Md Abdul Aziz

Published Date

2024/3/19

Recently, carbon neutrality has been promoted as a potentially practical solution to global CO2 emissions and increasing energy‐consumption challenges. Many attempts have been made to remove CO2 from the environment to address climate change and rising sea levels owing to anthropogenic CO2 emissions. Herein, membrane technology is proposed as a suitable solution for carbon neutrality. This review aims to comprehensively evaluate the currently available scientific research on membranes for carbon capture, focusing on innovative microporous material membranes used for CO2 separation and considering their material, chemical, and physical characteristics and permeability factors. Membranes from such materials comprise metal‐organic frameworks, zeolites, silica, porous organic frameworks, and microporous polymers. The critical obstacles related to membrane design, growth, and CO2 capture …

Synthesis and Oxygen Evolution Reaction Application of a Co‐Cd Based Bimetallic Metal‐Organic Framework

Authors

Syed Shaheen Shah,Ahmed Albadrani,Mohammed Fettouhi,Md Abdul Aziz,Aasif Helal

Journal

Chemistry–An Asian Journal

Published Date

2024/2/7

In the realm of renewable energy technologies, the development of efficient and durable electrocatalysts is paramount, especially for applications like electrochemical water splitting. This research focuses on synthesizing a novel bimetallic metal‐organic framework (BMMOF11) using earth‐abundant elements, cobalt (Co) and cadmium (Cd). BMMOF11 showcases a distinctive structure with distorted octahedral chains of CoO and CdO, linked by benzene tricarboxylic acid (BTC). Our study primarily investigates the electrocatalytic efficiency of BMMOF11, particularly in water oxidation reactions. For practical analysis, BMMOF11 was anchored onto nickel foam, forming BMMOF11/NF, to evaluate its electrocatalytic properties. Electrochemical testing revealed that BMMOF11/NF begins water oxidation at an onset potential of 1.62 V versus RHE, demonstrating high activity with a lower overpotential of 0.4 V to achieve a …

Europium doped metal-organic framework for detection of heteroaromatic compounds

Published Date

2024/1/11

An europium doped Ni (BTC) Metal Organic Framework (MOF), Eu@ Ni (BTC), as a sensor for detecting heteroaromatic compounds. Eu@ Ni (BTC) shows selectivity towards thiophene and pyrrole with a detection limit of 0.2 and 8.4 ppm for thiophene and pyrrole, respectively. The sensor can be easily regenerated and can be used to analyze thiophene in water.

Synthesis and Characterization of polyethylene/Metal Organic Framework Nanocomposites: enhanced thermal stability and crystallinity through UiO-66 Nanofiller incorporation

Authors

Md Khairul Bahar,Wasim Ullah Khan,Aasif Helal,Mamdouh Ahmed Al-Harthi

Journal

Polymer-Plastics Technology and Materials

Published Date

2024/1/2

This study focused on the synthesis and characterization of polyethylene/metal organic framework (MOF) nanocomposites. UiO-66, a metal organic framework nanoparticle, was synthesized using a hydrothermal method and incorporated as a drop-in filler during in-situ polymerization of ethylene with a Zirconocene/modified methyl aluminoxane (MMAO) catalytic system. The use of in-situ polymerization allowed for excellent dispersion of the fillers within the polyethylene matrix. The impact of UiO-66 nanomaterials on the thermal, crystalline, and morphological properties of the resulting polyethylene nanocomposites was investigated, alongside their effect on catalytic activity. The MOF-filled polyethylene nanocomposites exhibited enhanced thermal stability with a temperature value of 460.1°C at 10% weight loss (T0.9) and crystallinity (90.8%) compared to neat polyethylene with T0.9 of 447°C and crystallinity of 82.5 …

Efficient oxygen evolution using conductive cobalt-based metal-organic framework

Authors

Munzir H Suliman,Lolwah Tawfiq Alfuhaid,Abuzar Khan,Muhammad Usman,Aasif Helal

Journal

Fuel

Published Date

2024/5/1

The electrically conductive Cobalt-benzene-1,3,5-tribenzoate metal–organic framework (Co-BTB) was easily synthesized using the hydrothermal synthesis process. The framework showed a low overpotential (only 170 mV to obtain 10 mA cm−2) for the oxygen evolution reaction (OER) surpassing the benchmark electrocatalyst IrO2 which showed an overpotential of 250 mV at the same obtained current density. Moreover, the Co-BTB possesses good kinetics with an estimated Tafel slope of only 46.5 mV dec−1. It provided a high density of catalytic centers with electrically conductive characteristics, as suggested by ECSA. The framework was identified as a promising MOF electrocatalyst for the OER due to its performance as well as its chemical and electrochemical robustness.

Method of detecting mercury ions with a fluorescein hydrazide-appended metal-organic framework as a chemosensor

Published Date

2023/12/14

A method of detecting Hg 2+ ions in an aqueous solution is described. The method includes contacting the aqueous solution with a metal-organic framework (MOF) chemosensor composite to form a mixture and monitoring a change in an absorption and/or a fluorescence profile of the MOF chemosensor composite in the mixture to determine a presence or absence of Hg 2+ ions in the aqueous solution. The MOF chemosensor composite includes fluorescein hydrazide (FH); and a MOF, including nickel as a metal ion and at least one trimesic acid (BTC) ligand. A hydrazide group on the fluorescein hydrazide coordinates to the metal ion of the MOF.

Reticular Chemistry for Optical Sensing of Anions

Authors

Aasif Helal,Mohd Yusuf Khan,Abuzar Khan,Muhammad Usman,Md Hasan Zahir

Published Date

2023/8/22

In the last few decades, reticular chemistry has grown significantly as a field of porous crystalline molecular materials. Scientists have attempted to create the ideal platform for analyzing distinct anions based on optical sensing techniques (chromogenic and fluorogenic) by assembling different metal-containing units with suitable organic linking molecules and different organic molecules to produce crystalline porous materials. This study presents novel platforms for anion recognition based on reticular chemistry with high selectivity, sensitivity, electronic tunability, structural recognition, strong emission, and thermal and chemical stability. The key materials for reticular chemistry, Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs), Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks (ZIFs), and Covalent-Organic Frameworks (COFs), and the pre- and post-synthetic modification of the linkers and the metal oxide clusters for the selective detection of the anions, have been discussed. The mechanisms involved in sensing are also discussed.

Acknowledgment to the Reviewers of International Journal of Molecular Sciences in 2022

Authors

A Belen Del Rio,Abdalrahman Alblwi,AG Gorshkov,Abdelhak Merizig,A Halim,Abdeljalil Métioui,AM Hodge,Abdelkader Derbali,ANM Mamun-Or-Rashid,Abdelmotagaly Elgalad,ARM Saifuddin Ekram,Abdelouahab Moussaoui,ASM Monjur Al Hossain,Abdelouahed Alla Hamou,A Schaafsma,Abdelrahim Alqudah,Aalap Chokshi,Abdel-Rahman Akl,Aaqif Afzaal,Abderrahmane Abbou,Aaron Fernandez,Abderrahmane Ayadi,Aaron Fox,Abderraouf Hilali,Aaron H Joslin,Abdiel Martín-Park,Aaron Lawson,Abdo Abdullah Ahmed Gassar,Aaron M Eakman,Abdolnasser Sadeghkhani,Aaron M Wendelboe,Abdolreza Ghods,Aaron Manzanares,Abdolreza Hosseindoust,Aaron May,Abdolreza Jamilian,Aaron Sparks,Abdonas Tamošiunas,Aarti Sharma,Abdugheni Abliz,Abad Khan,Abdul Awal Chowdhury Masud,Abayomi Oyekale,Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahman,Abazar Ghorbani,Abdul Basit,Abbas Abbaszadeh Shahri,Abdul Haleem,Abbas Ali Chandio,Abdul Kaium Masud,Abbas Ali Gaeini,Abdul Majeed Nadeem,Abbas F Almulla,Abdul Muhith,Abbas Maleki,Abdul Muntaqim Naji,Abbas Mardani,Abdul Rahim Ridzuan,Abbe Maleyki Mhd Jalil,Abdul Rashid Aziz,Abdallah Naser,Abdul Rauf Bhatti

Journal

Public Health

Published Date

2023

High-quality academic publishing is built on rigorous peer review. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health was able to uphold its high standards for published papers due to the outstanding efforts of our reviewers. Thanks to the efforts of our reviewers in 2022, the median time to first decision was 21 days and the median time to publication was 43 days. Regardless of whether the articles they examined were ultimately published, the editors would like to express their appreciation and thank the following reviewers for the time and dedication that they have shown IJERPH:

Triazole Appended Metal–Organic Framework for CO2 Fixation as Cyclic Carbonates Under Solvent-Free Ambient Conditions

Authors

Aasif Helal,Md Hasan Zahir,Ahmed Albadrani,Moayad Mohammed Ekhwan

Journal

Catalysis Letters

Published Date

2023/10

One of the efficient approaches to achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions is the 100% atom-economical conversion of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2) to cost-effective, less toxic cyclic carbonates that can act as green solvents and abundant C1 synthon in organic synthesis. In this work, we have synthesized an Indium Metal–Organic Framework (MOF), functionalized with triazole MIL-68(In)-NHTr (Tr = 1-methylene-1,2,4-triazole) as a bifunctional catalyst for the synthesis of cyclic carbonates from epoxides with high yield (96%) and selectivity (100%) under solvent-free ambient reaction conditions (CO2 pressure 1 bar, temperature 50 °C, and reaction time 6 h). The synergistic acid–base effect of Indium SBU and the triazole of MIL-68(In)-NHTr make this a better catalyst than the conventional MIL-68(In)-NH2. This new catalyst was non-leachable and was reusable for six consecutive catalytic cycles …

Acknowledgment to the Reviewers of Materials in 2022

Authors

ABM Amrul Kaish,Abdelaal Ahmed,A Durga,Abdelaziz Aboraia,AFM Anhar Uddin Bhuiyan,Abdelaziz Elgamouz,A Halim,Abdelghani Benyoucef,A Hosseini Monazzah,Abdelghani Iddar,AJ Babafemi,Abdelhakim Elmouwahidi,A Muthu Manokar,Abdelhakim Mesloub,A Raja Annamalai,Abdelhalim Ebaid,A Rajesh Kannan,Abdelhameed Ibrahim,ASS Sekar,Abdelhamid Layadi,A Sierra-Fernandez,Abdelilah Asserghine,A Skaropoulou,Abdelkader Abderrahmane,A Yu Ivannikov,Abdelkader Aissat,AJ Sam Spearing,Abdelkrem Eltaggaz,AM Pereira,Abdellah El-hadj Abdellah,A Yu Konstantinov,Abdellatif Ibrahim Selmi,Aaditya Khanal,Abdelmajid Timoumi,Aamer Nazir,Abdelmalek Khorief Nacereddine,Aamir Jalil,Abdelrahman Zkria,Aamod Desai,Abderrahim Samaouali,Aaron Fuller,Abderrahime Sekkat,Aaron S Schwartz-Duval,Abderrahmane Ayadi,Aaron Yu-Jen Wu,Abderrazak Boutramine,Aase Reyes,Abdessalem Hajlaoui,Aasif Helal,Abdessamad Didi,Abasal Hussain,Abdi Amir,Abay Usseinov,Abdollah Allahverdi,Abbas Bahrami,Abdollah Bahador,Abbas Haddadi,Abdolmajid Alipour,Abbas J Al Taie,Abdolreza Jamilian,Abbas Shafiee,Abdolvahed Kami,Abdallah Elsayed,Abdul Azeez Abdu Aliyu,Abdallah Shokry,Abdul Hadi Bin Azman,Abdalrhman Milad,Abdul Hakeem Deshmukh

Published Date

2023

High-quality academic publishing is built on rigorous peer review. Materials was able to uphold its high standards for published papers due to the outstanding efforts of our reviewers. Thanks to the efforts of our reviewers in 2022, the median time to first decision was 15 days and the median time to publication was 38 days. Regardless of whether the articles they examined were ultimately published, the editors would like to express their appreciation and thank the following reviewers for the time and dedication that they have shown Materials:

CO2 Conversion via Catalytic Hydrogenation to Methanol, DME and Syngas

Authors

Muhammad Usman,Mustapha D Garba,Zonish Zeb,Muhammad Israr,Safia Safia,Fatima Javed,Munzir S Suliman,Bandar Alfaify,Mohammed A Sanhoob,Naseem Iqbal,Muhammad Humayun,Aasif Helal

Published Date

2023/7/9

This chapter introduces carbon dioxide (CO2) hydrogenation to fuel and valuable chemicals as a best approach for CO2 mitigation. Among the useful products, methanol (MeOH), dimethyl ether (DME) and syngas are highly attractive industrial feedstocks. This chapter provides an overview of the mechanism of catalytic hydrogenation of CO2 to methanol, dimethyl ether and syngas which mainly undergoes via a methanol-mediated route or modified-CO2 Fischer–Tropsch synthesis (FTS) via two-step RWGS reaction and FT synthesis. The advancement in hydrogenation catalysts for CO2 conversion to MeOH, syngas and DME is highlighted. This chapter outlines the progress toward promoters, catalyst supports, structure–performance associations and reaction conditions’ optimization for each process. In addition, this chapter describes the importance of heterogeneous catalysis and future perspectives for the design …

Solution phase method for making phase change materials

Published Date

2023/9/26

A method to form a phase change material (PCM). The method includes preparing a polymer solution by mixing an amount of a polymer in a solvent and mixing the polymer solution with an UiO-66 metal-organic framework (MOF) to form a composite. The polymer is a polyethylene glycol (PEG). The method further includes subjecting the composite to ultrasonic agitation and evaporating the solvent from the composite to form the PCM. After the evaporation of the solvent, particles of the PCM exhibit rounded octahedral structures.

Bimetallic Metal-Organic Framework Derived Nanocatalyst for CO2 Fixation through Benzimidazole Formation and Methanation of CO2

Authors

Aasif Helal,Mohammed Ahmed Sanhoob,Bosirul Hoque,Muhammad Usman,Md Hasan Zahir

Journal

Catalysts

Published Date

2023/2/6

In this paper, a bimetallic Metal-Organic Framework (MOF) CoNiBTC was employed as a precursor for the fabrication of bimetallic nanoalloys CoNi@C evenly disseminated in carbon shells. These functional nanomaterials are characterized by powdered X-ray diffraction (PXRD), Fourier Transform Infra-Red spectroscopy (FTIR), surface area porosity analyzer, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), Field emission scanning electron microscopy (FESEM), Transmission electron microscopy (TEM), Hydrogen Temperature-Programmed Reduction (H2 TPR), CO2 Temperature-Programmed Desorption (CO2-TPD), and Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS). This nanocatalyst was utilized in the synthesis of benzimidazole from o-phenylenediamine in the presence of CO2 and H2 in a good yield of 81%. The catalyst was also efficient in the manufacture of several substituted benzimidazoles with high yield. Due to the existence of a bimetallic nanoalloy of Co and Ni, this catalyst was also employed in the methanation of CO2 with high selectivity (99.7%).

CO2 Adsorption on Biomass-Derived Carbons from Albizia procera Leaves: Effects of Synthesis Strategies

Authors

Aamir Hanif,Md. Abdul Aziz,Aasif Helal,Mahmoud M Abdelnaby,Abuzar Khan,Rajesh Theravalappil,Mohd Yusuf Khan

Journal

ACS Omega

Published Date

2023/9

CO2 capture is a useful strategy for controlling the risks associated with global warming. The design of an adsorbent is essential for clean and potentially energy-efficient adsorption-based carbon capture processes. This study reports a facile and moderately temperature single-stage combined pyrolysis and activation strategy for the synthesis of nitrogen-doped carbons for high-performance CO2 capture. Using nitrogen-rich Albizia procera leaves as the precursor and carrying out single-stage pyrolysis and activation at temperatures of 500, 600, and 700 °C in the presence NaHCO3 as an activating agent, carbons with different surface characteristics and ultrahigh weight percentage (22–25%) of nitrogen were obtained. The subtle differences in surface characteristics and nitrogen content had a bearing on the CO2 adsorption performance of the resultant adsorbents. Outstanding results were achieved, with a CO2 …

CO2 Adsorption on Pore‐Engineered Carbons Derived from Jute Sticks

Authors

Aamir Hanif,Md Abdul Aziz,Aasif Helal,Mahmoud M Abdelnaby,Mohammed Ameen Ahmed Qasem,Abuzar Khan,Abbas S Hakeem,Abdul‐Rahman F Al‐Betar,Mohd Yusuf Khan

Journal

Chemistry–An Asian Journal

Published Date

2023/9/1

CO2 capture is a practical approach to mitigating the impacts of global warming. Adsorption‐based carbon capture is a clean and potentially energy‐efficient method whose performance greatly depends on adsorbent design. In this study, we explored the use of jute‐derived carbon as a high‐performance adsorbent for CO2 capture. The carbons were produced by pyrolyzing powdered jute sticks with NaHCO3 as an activating agent at 500–700 °C. Impressive adsorption capacities of up to 2.5 mmol ⋅ g−1 and CO2/N2 selectivities of up to 54 were achieved by adjusting the pore size distribution and surface functionalization. Based on the isotherm results, the working capacities, regenerabilities, and potentials for CO2 separation were determined for a practical vacuum swing adsorption process. The adsorbent materials were characterized by XRD, FTIR, Raman, FESEM and N2 sorption at 77 K. This study …

Application of metal organic frameworks for the inhibition of CO2 hydrates in gas dominated pipelines

Authors

Tinku Saikia,Jaber Al-Jaberi,Jafar Sadeq Al Hamad,Aasif Helal,Abdullah Sultan

Journal

Gas Science and Engineering

Published Date

2023/2/1

The flow assurance problem caused due to the hydrate blockage is a major challenge in gas dominated pipeline flow (natural gas pipelines and CO2 sequestration pipelines). To make the hydrate inhibition economical during the pipeline flow, the use of effective low dosage hydrate inhibitor is the most crucial factor. To prevent the CO2 hydrate formation and blockage in the gas dominated pipelines the use of metal organic frameworks (MOFs) UiO-66 and UiO-66-NH2 is presented in this research work. The UiO-66 and UiO-66-NH2 were synthesized using hydrothermal synthesis method and characterized using scanning electron microscopic (SEM) images, powder X-Ray diffraction (PXRD), Brunauer-Emmett-Teller (BET) analysis, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) and Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA). The synthesized MOFs were tested for CO2 hydrate inhibition in sapphire rocking cell. Both the …

Effect of Synthetic Methodology on the Physicochemical Attributes and Electrocatalytic Activity of NiAl‐LDHs for the Oxygen Evolution Reaction

Authors

Aamir Hanif,Mohd Yusuf Khan,Muhammad Ali Ehsan,Aasif Helal,Md. Abdul Aziz,Abuzar Khan

Journal

Chemistry – An Asian Journal

Published Date

2023/8

Layered double hydroxides (LDHs) are promising materials for oxygen evolution reactions (OERs), a key component of water splitting to produce hydrogen and oxygen via water electrolysis. However, the performance of LDHs can be limited by their low surface area and poor accessibility of active sites. In this work, we synthesized highly exfoliated 2D NiAl‐LDHs by aqueous miscible solvent treatment method (AMOST) and compared its electrocatalytic efficiency with its analogue synthesised via slow urea hydrolysis. We demonstrate that the exfoliated 2D LDHs prepared by AMOST method have a higher surface area and more active sites than the crystalline LDHs obtained through urea hydrolysis, resulting in a superior OER activity and efficiency. The exfoliated 2D LDHs required a lower overpotential of 280 mV to reach a current density of 50 mA cm−2 and it also outperformed IrO2, a benchmark OER catalyst …

Method of forming phase change material

Published Date

2023/1/17

(57) ABSTRACT A method to form a phase change material (PCM). The method includes preparing a polymer solution by mixing an amount of a polymer in a solvent and mixing the polymer solution with an UiO-66 metal-organic framework (MOF) to form a composite. The polymer is a polyethylene glycol (PEG). The method further includes subjecting the composite to ultrasonic agitation and evaporating the solvent from the composite to form the PCM. After the evaporation of the solvent, particles of the PCM exhibit rounded octahedral

Europium doped Ni (BTC) metal-organic framework for detection of heteroaromatic compounds in mixed aqueous media

Authors

Aasif Helal,Muhammad Naeem,Md Eyasin Arafat,Mohammad Mizanur Rahman

Journal

Materials Research Bulletin

Published Date

2022/2/1

In this paper, we have prepared europium doped Ni(BTC) (Ni = Nickel, BTC = 1,3,5- benzene tricarboxylic acid) MOF (Metal-Organic Framework), Eu@Ni(BTC). This MOF was characterized by PXRD (powder X-ray diffraction), FT-IR (Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy), N2 adsorption isotherm, TGA (thermogravimetric analysis), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscopy- Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (FESEM-EDS) and Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS). This MOF was then used as an optical sensor for the detection of heteroaromatic compounds. It was observed that the emission of Eu@Ni(BTC) was selectively and completely quenched by thiophene and partially quenched by pyrrole. The quenching efficiency of this sensor with thiophene and pyrrole was calculated to be 2.7 × 105 and 7.5 × 103, with a detection limit of 0.2 and 8.4 ppm …

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The h-index of Aasif Helal has been 23 since 2020 and 28 in total.

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Tailored design of CO2-selective mixed-matrix membranes using nitrile-functionalized COFs as 2D nanofillers

Micro and Nanoporous Membrane Platforms for Carbon Neutrality: Membrane Gas Separation Prospects

Synthesis and Oxygen Evolution Reaction Application of a Co‐Cd Based Bimetallic Metal‐Organic Framework

Europium doped metal-organic framework for detection of heteroaromatic compounds

Synthesis and Characterization of polyethylene/Metal Organic Framework Nanocomposites: enhanced thermal stability and crystallinity through UiO-66 Nanofiller incorporation

Efficient oxygen evolution using conductive cobalt-based metal-organic framework

Method of detecting mercury ions with a fluorescein hydrazide-appended metal-organic framework as a chemosensor

Reticular Chemistry for Optical Sensing of Anions

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are the top articles of Aasif Helal at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals.

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The research interests of Aasif Helal are: Applied Chemistry, MOF, sensors

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