Abbas Ali Jafari

Abbas Ali Jafari

Yazd University

H-index: 34

Asia-Iran

About Abbas Ali Jafari

Abbas Ali Jafari, With an exceptional h-index of 34 and a recent h-index of 16 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Yazd University,

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

Copper-hydroxyacetophenone thiosemicarbazone complex on silica-coated magnetite nanoparticles as an efficient catalyst for three-component synthesis of 1, 4-disubstituted 1, 2 …

Functionalization of Fe 3 O 4@ SiO 2 nanoparticles with Cu (i)-thiosemicarbazone complex as a robust and efficient heterogeneous nanocatalyst for N-arylation of N-heterocycles …

A Laboratory Study of the Effect of pH on Solubility of Bulk-Fill and Conventional Composites

Boric Acid/Pentaerythritol as a Green and Reusable Catalytic System for the Synthesis of Mono-and Bis-Pyrano [2, 3-d] Pyrimidinone Derivatives in Water

Mesoporous epoxidized soybean oil-supported copper-based magnetic nanocatalyst and amberlite-supported azide as a green and efficient catalytic system for 1, 2, 3-triazole …

Tunable-Size Magnetite Nanoparticles in Aqueous Polyol Media

Tetrathiafulvalene–Benzothiadiazole: A Metal-Free Photocatalyst for Hydrogen Production

Introduction of efficient catalytic system for the regioselective aerobic bromination of aromatic compounds

Abbas Ali Jafari Information

University

Yazd University

Position

Chemistry Department Faculty of Sciences Iran

Citations(all)

3530

Citations(since 2020)

1070

Cited By

2098

hIndex(all)

34

hIndex(since 2020)

16

i10Index(all)

70

i10Index(since 2020)

32

Email

University Profile Page

Yazd University

Top articles of Abbas Ali Jafari

Copper-hydroxyacetophenone thiosemicarbazone complex on silica-coated magnetite nanoparticles as an efficient catalyst for three-component synthesis of 1, 4-disubstituted 1, 2 …

Authors

Narjes Kaviani,Somayeh Behrouz,Abbas Ali Jafari,Mohammad Navid Soltani Rad

Journal

Journal of Organometallic Chemistry

Published Date

2024/2/3

A novel magnetically separable catalyst, the copper-hydroxyacetophenone thiosemicarbazone complex immobilized on silica-coated magnetite nanoparticles (Fe3O4@SiO2-HAT-Cu(I)), has been synthesized and characterized. The characterization included various techniques such as X-ray diffraction spectroscopy (XRD), energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDX), field emission scanning electron microscopy (FE-SEM), transmission electron microscopy (TEM), dynamic laser scattering (DLS), thermogravimetric analysis (TGA), vibrating sample magnetometer (VSM), atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS), inductively coupled plasma-optical emission spectrometry (ICP-OES), and Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR). The catalytic activity of Fe3O4@SiO2-HAT-Cu(I) was evaluated in a green aqueous mediated three-component synthesis of 1,2,3‐triazles. The catalyst efficiently facilitated the 'Click' …

Functionalization of Fe 3 O 4@ SiO 2 nanoparticles with Cu (i)-thiosemicarbazone complex as a robust and efficient heterogeneous nanocatalyst for N-arylation of N-heterocycles …

Authors

Narjes Kaviani,Somayeh Behrouz,Abbas Ali Jafari,Mohammad Navid Soltani Rad

Journal

RSC advances

Published Date

2023

In this research, the functionalized silica-coated magnetite nanoparticles with Cu(I)-thiosemicarbazone complex (Fe3O4@SiO2-[CuL]) has been designed and synthesized as a magnetically retrievable nanocatalyst. Different techniques were employed to characterize the structure of Fe3O4@SiO2-[CuL] comprising FT-IR, FE-SEM, TEM, DLS, XRD, EDX, TGA, AAS, and VSM analysis. The catalytic performance of Fe3O4@SiO2-[CuL] was perused in Ullmann-type N-arylation of nucleobases, xanthines, and other N-heterocycles with diverse aryl halides which acquired the desired N-aryl products in good to excellent yields. Fe3O4@SiO2-[CuL] is a thermal and chemical stable, easy to prepare and recyclable, inexpensive, and ecofriendly catalyst that needs no additional additive or ligand as promoters. This catalyst could be separated without difficulty by a simple magnet and reused for at least seven sequential runs …

A Laboratory Study of the Effect of pH on Solubility of Bulk-Fill and Conventional Composites

Authors

Farnaz Farahat,Abbas Ali Jafari,Tayebe Sadat Baghaee Ardakani,Shima Sadat Shojasadati

Journal

Journal of Advanced Oral Research

Published Date

2023/11

AimFactors such as the low pH of acidic foods and beverages can affect long-term clinical success of restorative materials in the oral cavity. The aim of this study was to compare the solubility of Bulk-fill and Conventional Nano-Hybrid Resin Based Composites (RBCs) in different solutions.Material and MethodsA total of 60 cylindrical specimens were prepared from two RBCs (Tetric N-Ceram, Tetric N-Ceram Bulk-fill) and their constant weight was measured. The specimens were divided into six groups (N = 10) in accordance with RBC type and pH solution (solution 1, 2, 3 with pH = 2.5, 5, 7, respectively), and were immersed in desired solutions for 30 days. Then they were weighed again and solubility levels of the specimens were calculated according to ISO 4049. Data were analysed by two-way ANOVA. The test power was considered at 80%.ResultsThe type of RBC had no significant effect on solubility; while the …

Boric Acid/Pentaerythritol as a Green and Reusable Catalytic System for the Synthesis of Mono-and Bis-Pyrano [2, 3-d] Pyrimidinone Derivatives in Water

Authors

S Saeid Saei Dehkordi,Jalal Albadi,Abbas Ali Jafari,Heshmat Allah Samimi

Journal

Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds

Published Date

2023/8/9

Boric acid and pentaerythritol as a green and reusable catalytic system efficiently catalyzed the one-pot three-component synthesis of mono- and bis-pyrano[2,3-d]pyrimidinones, bis-alkylidene malononitriles, as well as spirooxindoles from the various aromatic aldehydes/isatins, malononitrile, and barbituric acid in water. Being environmentally friendly, reusability, short reaction times, high yields, low cost, commercial availability of the starting materials, and easy work-up are attractive features of the present work. 10 new compounds were synthesized in similar conditions reactions in high yields.

Mesoporous epoxidized soybean oil-supported copper-based magnetic nanocatalyst and amberlite-supported azide as a green and efficient catalytic system for 1, 2, 3-triazole …

Authors

S Saeid Saei Dehkordi,Abbas Ali Jafari,Jalal Albadi,Heshmat Allah Samimi

Journal

Molecular Diversity

Published Date

2023/2

A new green mesoporous magnetically heterogeneous catalyst was prepared by the copper immobilization onto magnetic epoxidized soybean oil as a nano bio-support and was utilized for the synthesis of 1,4-disubstituted-1,2,3-triazole derivatives in the presence of amberlite supported azide. A great range of triazole derivatives were synthesized from benzyl halides or epoxides halides in high yields at the room temperature. The catalyst was characterized by various techniques such as FT-IR, XRD, VSM, FE-SEM, EDX, TEM, BET, TGA, and ICP analysis. This catalytic system can be reused for five times without any significant decrease in the catalytic activity.Graphical abstractFe3O4@SiO-ESBO/CuO nanocatalyst and amberlite supported azide as a green catalytic system has been used for the regioselective synthesis of triazole derivatives in water. A large range of triazole derivatives were synthesized from benzyl …

Tunable-Size Magnetite Nanoparticles in Aqueous Polyol Media

Authors

Hajar Mahmoudi,Abbas Ali Jafari,Mohammad Javad Faghihi,Abdel El Kharbachi,Hamid Reza Baghshahi

Journal

Available at SSRN 4010750

Published Date

2022

Although the coprecipitation method is the simplest way to prepare iron oxide nanoparticles of magnetite, however, controlling reliably the particle size distribution of magnetite remains a challenge. In this work, a straightforward procedure is used for controlled synthesis of uniform magnetite nanospheres in a water-glycol binary solvent system by coprecipitation method. The media viscosity is investigated as a tool of tuning the size of magnetic nanoparticles at temperatures ranging from 25 to 80 C, and at different glycol concentrations (25-50 mol.\%). The magnetite nanospheres, which are composed of nanosized subunits, are nearly of monodispersed sizes/diameters that are tunable in the range of 6–155 nm by varying the volume ratio glycol/water. In this process, the glycols are considered as a co-solvent on the structures, functional groups, and magnetic properties of magnetite nanoparticles. The presence of a co-solvent in the solution affects the agglomeration, because of changes in the activity coefficients and the solubility of the salt. The DLS and TEM characterizations show that the growth of nanoparticles is gradually decreased with increasing the value of viscosity index of the reaction medium. Consequently, the mechanistic growth, assembly, and aggregation phenomena of magnetic nanoparticles strongly rely on the viscosity of solvent molecules. Using the optimized methodology, we found that the wide size range of magnetic nanoparticles with different morphology sizes can be synthesized by simply modulating the volume percentage of glycol solvent in the reaction medium, avoiding agglomeration of the magnetite nuclei together …

Tetrathiafulvalene–Benzothiadiazole: A Metal-Free Photocatalyst for Hydrogen Production

Authors

Hajar Mahmoudi,Abdel El Kharbachi,Hassan Safari,Abbas Ali Jafari

Journal

ACS omega

Published Date

2022/11/9

In this work, a series of hybrid tetrathiafulvalene–benzothiadiazole (TTF–BTD) are designed and applied as a metal-free photocatalyst for hydrogen production, particularly under visible light irradiation. Density functional theory calculations are used to shed light on the photophysical properties observed in the various TTF–BTD derivatives and investigated by the obtained data. Because band gap engineering has normally been used as an effective approach, we studied the effect of the various functional groups on the band gap to set a favorable band alignment with photocatalysts. An increase in highest occupied molecular orbital and lowest unoccupied molecular orbital energy levels is observed in the order CH3 < Br < CF3 < COOMe < CN. The results discover that COOMe-TTF-CN-BTD can have a clear photocatalytic potential in the hydrogen production for specific applications. Our experimental and theoretical …

Introduction of efficient catalytic system for the regioselective aerobic bromination of aromatic compounds

Authors

S Saeid Saei Dehkordi,Abbas Ali Jafari,Jalal Albadi,Heshmat Allah Samimi

Journal

Synthetic Communications

Published Date

2022/11/2

A highly regioselective aerobic bromination of aromatic compounds has been achieved using Fe3O4@SiO2/CuO nanocatalyst and O2 as a green oxidant. In this procedure, the reactions gave high yields and para-selectivity for the various aromatic compounds. Mechanistic studies are described, and the possible mechanisms are proposed. Recyclability of the Fe3O4@SiO2/CuO nanocatalyst has also been explored upon aerobic bromination of aromatic compounds. The nanocatalyst can be reused five times without any significant decrease in the catalytic activity and selectivity.

Hematological consequences of valproic acid in pediatric patients: a systematic review with a mechanistic approach

Authors

Bamdad Riahi-Zanjani,Mohammad Delirrad,Rana Fazeli-Bakhtiyari,Mahood Sadeghi,Hadi Zare-Zardini,Abbas Jafari,Adel Ghorani-Azam

Published Date

2022/5/1

Purpose Although Valproate (VPA) has several advantages in controlling seizures, it may cause serious hematological consequences. Hematotoxicity of VPA is particularly important in pediatrics because patients at this age are at a growing risk of leukemia. For a conclusive agreement about the toxicity of VPA, in this study, we systematically reviewed the literature in which the hematological consequences of VPA had been emphasized. Methods A systematic literature search was performed in June 2021 on electronic databases to find original research on the association between VPA therapy and hematotoxicity in pediatric patients. For this purpose, the following search terms “hematotoxicity”, “valproic acid” and “pediatrics” with different spellings and similar terms, were searched in the title, keywords, and abstracts of articles. The data were collected and used for qualitative data description. Results A total of 36 …

Potential benefits versus hazards of herbal therapy during pregnancy; a systematic review of available literature

Authors

Soudabeh Balarastaghi,Mohammad Delirrad,Abbas Jafari,Mohammad Majidi,Mahmood Sadeghi,Hadi Zare‐Zardini,Gholamreza Karimi,Adel Ghorani‐Azam

Published Date

2022/2

The use of herbal medicine has considerably grown worldwide in the past two decades. Studies have shown that the prevalence of herbal diet therapy in pregnancy ranged from 1% to 60% in different societies. Many clinical reports have shown that some herbal medicines may have toxic effects on pregnant women and their fetuses because active ingredients of some medicinal plants can readily pass through the biological barriers (e.g., placental barrier). In the present study, we aimed to systematically review the literature to discover potential benefits versus the hazards of herbal therapy during pregnancy. For this purpose, a comprehensive literature review was performed, and after the literature search and selection of the appropriate documents, the desired data were extracted and reported. From 35 articles with a total of 39,950 study population, the results showed that some medicinal plants could cause …

Photocatalytic removal of naphthalene (C10H8) from aqueous environments using sulfur and nitrogen doped titanium dioxide (TiO2-NS) coated on glass microbullets in presence of …

Authors

Abbas Jafari,Mehrban Sadeghi,Farhang Tirgir,Mehdi Barghaei

Journal

Journal of Shahrekord University of Medical Sciences

Published Date

2021/3/30

Background and aims: Due to their toxicity and carcinogenic effects, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) such as naphthalene (C 10 H 8) are regarded as hazardous compounds for both humans and the environment, and it is essential to remove these contaminants from the environment. The present study aimed to remove naphthalene from a synthetic aqueous environment using sulfur and nitrogen doped titanium dioxide (TiO 2-NS) nanoparticles (NPs) immobilized on glass microbullets under sunlight.Methods: In this experimental study, TiO 2-NS NPs were synthesized using sol-gel process. The structure of NPs was investigated using X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscope (SEM), energy-dispersive X-ray (EDX), and differential reflectance spectroscopy (DRS). In addition, using statistical analyses, the effects of parameters such as the initial concentration of naphthalene, pH, contact time, and the optimal conditions on naphthalene removal were investigated.Results: XRD patterns and SEM images of the samples confirmed the size of synthesized particles in nanometer. The EDX and DRS spectra analysis showed the presence of two elements (sulfur and nitrogen) and the optical photocatalytic activity in the visible region, respectively. The maximum level of naphthalene removal in the presence of sunlight was obtained to be about 93.55% using a concentration of 0.25 g of thiourea immobilized on glass microbullets at pH= 5 and contact time of 90 minutes.Conclusion: The rate of naphthalene removal using the immobilized TiO 2-NS on glass microbullets was 93.55% in optimal conditions. Therefore, this method has an …

Effects of Eight-Week Combined (Resistance and Endurance) Training on Serum Levels of Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA), Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG), and Phosphatase and …

Authors

Abbas Jafari,Hamid Arazi,Amirabbas Monazzami,Alireza Ghadian,Kambiz Hasrak

Journal

Annals of Military and Health Sciences Research

Published Date

2021/12/31

Background Prostate cancer (PC) is the second most prevalent cancer and the sixth cancer leading to death in men worldwide. Objectives The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of eight weeks of combined training on specific markers of prostate cancer in older adults. Methods Twenty older adults (62 ± 7 years) with prostate cancer were divided randomly into the control (n = 10) and training (n = 10) groups. The training group performed exercise training in three sessions a week for eight weeks. Resistance training included two sets of 10 repetitions at 60 - 75% of one-repetition maximum, and endurance training contained treadmill running for 20 - 35 min at 60 - 75% of maximum heart rate. Bruce test, one-repetition maximum, and ELISA technique were used respectively to measure the aerobic performance, strength performance, and serum levels of prostate specific antigen (PSA), sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG), phosphatase and tensin homolog (PTEN), and testosterone (TS). A two-way analysis of variance with repeated measures was used to specify the differences. Results Weight, fat percentage, body mass index (BMI), waist-hip ratio (WHR), glucose, insulin, and PSA were significantly lower in the training group than the control group (P < 0.05). Furthermore, strength performance, aerobic performance, SHBG, TS, and PTEN were significantly higher in the training group than in the control group (P < 0.05). Conclusions Combined training can have an influential role in physical condition improvement through decreasing the PSA serum level and increasing SHBG, TS, and PETEN serum levels, which helps patients with …

Political economy of media: An income-expense analysis of state aids to Iranian newspapers

Authors

Datis Khajeheian,Abbas Jafari,Habib Abdolhossein,Esmaeil Ghaderifar

Journal

AD-minister

Published Date

2021/12

Iranian newspapers have traditionally relied on state aids and public budget to survive. The dependency has still lingered amid a change of policy that has affected the newspapers’ financial status. This article invokes the available data on governmental support to examine the political economy of newspapers in Iran during the two decades of 1990s and 2000s. The data were collected from official releases by the Iranian Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance as well as several non-confidential internal bulletins of the newspaper organizations. Having applied an income-expense analysis, the paper explains the government’s role in newspaper economics and discusses the policy of repurposing the existing subsidies.

Construction and characterization of the novel polymer/Ag nanocomposite coated on glass bead as filter for inactivation of E. coli in water

Authors

Fatemah Ghorbani,Farhang Tirgir,Abbas Jafari

Journal

Colloid and Polymer Science

Published Date

2021/12

In this project, pseudo-poly(amino acid)s (PAAs) containing different amino acids in main chain were synthesized by direct polyesterification of N,N-(pyromellitoyl)-bis-D-4-hydroxyphenylglycine dimethyl ester as biologically active diol with diacid monomer derived from different amino acids was carried by tosyl chloride/pyridine/N,N′-dimethylformamide as a condensing agent. All biological properties of the polymers were determined by biological evaluation in bacterial media. PAAs containing silver nanoparticles were fabricated by in situ method using dimethylformaide (DMF) as a solvent which leads to a spontaneous reduce in room temperature. Furthermore, these biopolymer nanocomposite/Ag thin films were immobilized on glass microbeads. The chemical structures of synthesized PAAs and PAA/Ag nanocomposite (NC) were considered by FTIR, 1H-NMR spectroscopy, transmission electron …

Catalytic study of the copper-based magnetic nanocatalyst on the aerobic oxidation of alcohols in water

Authors

S Saeid Saei Dehkordi,Jalal Albadi,Abbas Ali Jafari,Heshmat Allah Samimi

Journal

Research on Chemical Intermediates

Published Date

2021/6

A copper-based magnetic nanocatalyst has been prepared by co-precipitation method and characterized by FESEM, EDS, TEM, XRD, XRF, ICP–OES, FTIR, and BET analysis. This new nanocatalyst displays a good activity toward the aerobic oxidation of a wide range of alcohols in water. Moreover, it is recyclable up to five following runs by simple filtration without any significant loss of its catalytic activity.

A Combined Model for Effective Leadership in Technology Acceptance

Authors

Moslem Alimohammadlou,Abbas Jafari

Journal

Management and Development Process

Published Date

2020/3/10

Technology transfer and the employees’ inclination to accept it is not always an easy process as they tend to be resistant to it. This paper intended to use leadership styles to present a model which could facilitate technology application by employees. The research was conducted in two phases: in phase one, technology acceptance criteria were identified and graded from the most relevant to the least relevant by ten experts selected from among Iranian university professors and defense industry specialists. Then, based on the acquired weights and by using Multimoora method, leadership styles indexes were prioritized. In the second phase, with the help of the same experts, indexes with higher grades were classified and relations among them were determined by applying interpretive structural modeling technique. Findings show that strategic leadership orientation, ability to establish leader communication and leader’s decisiveness are the most effective in facilitating employee’s technology acceptance.

Comparative evaluation of gallery walk and traditional educational method in teaching pharmaceutics subjects in pharmacy students

Authors

M Sharifdini,A Jafari,M Daeihamed,Z Hesari

Journal

Research in Medical Education

Published Date

2020/9/10

Method: This quasi-experimental study, two group pretest-posttest design was conducted on 36 pharmacy students in pharmacy school of Guilan university of medical sciences in 2017. Students were assigned into two similar groups and randomly categorized in traditional (control) and Gallery walk (test) group. The influence of each educational method on students averages in post-tests considering the pre-test scores, were compared. Statistical analysis was performed by independent t-test and paired t-test using SPSS.Results: Based on paired t test, there was a significant increase in student’s average scores in posttest in comparison with pretest (p< 0.001) in both traditional and Gallery walk groups. However, the student’s average score in Gallery walk group was higher than traditional group, independent t test didn’t confirm the significant difference between traditional and Gallery walk groups in both pre and posttests (p> 0.05).Conclusion: Although statistical results did not confirm the significant effect of Gallery walk method on enhancing student's average score, this method is suggested to pharmacy school teachers due to more students’ participation in class.

Sulfur and nitrogen doped-titanium dioxide coated on glass microspheres as a high performance catalyst for removal of naphthalene (C10H8) from aqueous …

Authors

Abbas Jafari,Mehrban Sadeghi,Farhang Tirgir,Seyed Mehdi Borghaei

Published Date

2020/8/5

Naphthalene is a toxic aromatic compound whose presence in aqueous environments is very hazardous. In this research, naphthalene removal from wastewater using titanium dioxide-nitrogen- sulfur (TiO2-N-S) photocatalyst immobilized on glass microspheres was investigated. Additionally, the effect of visible and sunlight, radiation time, pH, and initial concentration of naphthalene on photocatalytic removal of naphthalene were studied. Scanning electron microscope images revealed nanoparticles with an average size between 10 and 15 nm, and X-ray diffraction pattern revealed nano-photocatalyst with an average size of 11 nm. Energy-dispersive X-ray showed the presence of two elements, that is, sulfur and nitrogen in the crystalline structure of TiO2 powder, and diffuse reflectance spectroscopy showed the energy bandgap narrowing and transfer of photocatalytic activity of TiO2-N-S to the visible region …

Cost-effectiveness Analysis of Hospital Information System in Comparison with Manual System in Selected Sections of Namazi Hospital of Shiraz

Authors

M Nematollahi,A Jafari,S Arabian,A Mohammadbeigi

Journal

Journal of Health

Published Date

2020/4/10

Background & objectives: Health information technology provides a powerful tool for monitoring the health system's performance. This study aimed to assess the cost-effectiveness of hospital information system in comparison with manual system in selected sections of Namazi hospital in Shiraz.Methods: This descriptive-analytical research was a economic evaluation carried out at Namazi hospital in 2014. The study subjects were selected from staffs of different sections that were related to hospital information system. The sampling method was systematic random sampling. Cost estimation of two manual and electronic systems was achieved by interviewing with related staff and also using checklists by evaluating financial documents and evidences present in the hospital.Result: The results of the economic evaluation showed that the hospital information system caused increase in costs up to 3,766,732,077 Rials and in effectiveness by 30.47, compared to manual system. This indicated a significant difference in overall score of service quality in these two systems.Conclusion: Regarding to the cost between handheld and electronic systems, the cost of the electronic system was higher than that of manual system. However, when considering the cost-effectiveness ratio, the hospital-based information system was more cost-effective than manual system.

Free and forced vibration of rotating FGM beam with piezoelectric layer

Authors

Ali Asghar Jafari,Mohammad Saeid Jafari

Journal

AEROSPACE MECHANICS JOURNAL

Published Date

2020/3/20

The free and forced vibration of rotating FGM beam with piezoelectric layer using first order shear deformation theory and fixed-free boundary condition have been studied in this article. Rayleigh-Ritz method with Chebyshev series are applied to find the natural frequencies. The results showed the natural frequencies are increased as a result of increasing angular velocity or adding piezoelectric layer. More increasing the natural frequencies are caused by applying the voltage on piezoelectric layer or by increasing hub radius. Moreover, the dynamic response of the beam cause by initial conditions is studied. The frequency of the dynamic response was very near to the first natural frequency of the beam. The results had a good agreement with known reference and Abaqus software results. Also, the influence of harmonic, step and impulse force on forced vibration of the beam has been studied. Decreasing the …

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Copper-hydroxyacetophenone thiosemicarbazone complex on silica-coated magnetite nanoparticles as an efficient catalyst for three-component synthesis of 1, 4-disubstituted 1, 2 …

Functionalization of Fe 3 O 4@ SiO 2 nanoparticles with Cu (i)-thiosemicarbazone complex as a robust and efficient heterogeneous nanocatalyst for N-arylation of N-heterocycles …

A Laboratory Study of the Effect of pH on Solubility of Bulk-Fill and Conventional Composites

Boric Acid/Pentaerythritol as a Green and Reusable Catalytic System for the Synthesis of Mono-and Bis-Pyrano [2, 3-d] Pyrimidinone Derivatives in Water

Mesoporous epoxidized soybean oil-supported copper-based magnetic nanocatalyst and amberlite-supported azide as a green and efficient catalytic system for 1, 2, 3-triazole …

Tunable-Size Magnetite Nanoparticles in Aqueous Polyol Media

Tetrathiafulvalene–Benzothiadiazole: A Metal-Free Photocatalyst for Hydrogen Production

Introduction of efficient catalytic system for the regioselective aerobic bromination of aromatic compounds

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Abbas Ali Jafari has 3,530 citations in total.

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The co-authors of Abbas Ali Jafari are Habib Firouzabadi, Ali Mohammad Haji Shabani, Shayessteh Dadfarnia, Hamid Reza Zare.

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    Shiraz University

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    Ali Mohammad Haji Shabani

    Yazd University

    H-index: 46
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    Shayessteh Dadfarnia

    Yazd University

    H-index: 39
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    Hamid Reza Zare

    Yazd University

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