Abdallah Elsayed

Abdallah Elsayed

University of Guelph

H-index: 12

North America-Canada

About Abdallah Elsayed

Abdallah Elsayed, With an exceptional h-index of 12 and a recent h-index of 12 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at University of Guelph, specializes in the field of light metals, solidification.

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

A Nano-Based Approach Toward the Sustainable Recovery of Nutrients from the Food Industry Generated Wastewater

Utilizing Low Solubility, Light Metal Eutectic Systems for Castable, High Electrical/Thermal Conductivity Alloys

Development and physicochemical characterization of Azadirachta indica seed oil loaded niosomes nanoparticles: A potential natural pesticide

Role of Nanoparticles in the Suppression of Diseases in Fruits and Vegetables to Improve Agricultural and Environmental Sustainability: A Bibliometric Analysis

Magnesium-Zinc-Calcium Alloys Suitable for Biomedical and Lightweight Electrical Applications

Modeling Thermal Conductivity of Al-Ni, Al-Fe, and Al-Co Spark Plasma Sintered Alloys

Electrochemical, Scanning Electrochemical Microscopic, and In Situ Electrochemical Fourier Transform Infrared Studies of CO2 Reduction at Porous Copper …

The effect of heating rate and coating weight on the intermetallic growth of AlSi coated hot stamping steel

Abdallah Elsayed Information

University

University of Guelph

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Citations(all)

479

Citations(since 2020)

367

Cited By

236

hIndex(all)

12

hIndex(since 2020)

12

i10Index(all)

19

i10Index(since 2020)

14

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University of Guelph

Abdallah Elsayed Skills & Research Interests

light metals

solidification

Top articles of Abdallah Elsayed

A Nano-Based Approach Toward the Sustainable Recovery of Nutrients from the Food Industry Generated Wastewater

Authors

Sivaranjani Palanisamy Ravikumar,Rahul Islam Barbhuiya,Charles Wroblewski,Saipriya Ramalingam,S Sudheer Khan,Winny Routray,Abdallah Elsayed,Gopu Raveendran Nair,Ashutosh Singh

Published Date

2024/2/7

The sustainable practice of recovering nutrients from wastewater is rapidly growing in popularity as it addresses wastewater treatment while simultaneously meeting the urgent demand for nutrients which are often a limited resource. Treatment of nutrient-rich wastewater requires adherence to stringent discharge policies and practices to avoid detrimental environmental and social impacts such as eutrophication and groundwater contamination. In recent years, nanotechnology has emerged as a promising solution to challenges faced by conventional approaches through the application of novel nanomaterials with unique characteristics such as greater aspect ratio, tuneable properties, and quantum confinement. This chapter discusses the applications of nanotechnology and nanomaterials associated with nutrient recovery from wastewater. In addition, it presents an overview of the existing established technologies …

Utilizing Low Solubility, Light Metal Eutectic Systems for Castable, High Electrical/Thermal Conductivity Alloys

Authors

A Elsayed,S Kotiadis

Journal

Transactions of the Indian Institute of Metals

Published Date

2024/1/16

The demands of next-generation transportation such as electric and hybrid vehicles as well as computing and renewable energy applications require new alloys with high castability, high electrical and thermal conductivity, and moderate strength. Aluminum and Mg alloys offer respectable electrical and thermal conductivity with high specific properties unlike Cu and precious metals. However, traditional light alloy systems rely on significant alloying content for solid solution strengthening and to generate short freezing ranges for high castability that is associated with a large decrease to electrical and thermal conductivity. Aluminum alloys based on transition metal and rare earth additions (Fe, Ni, Co and Ce) as well as Mg alloys with additions of Zn, Ca and Ce are potential highly castable alloys with high electrical and thermal conductivity. These new conductive light alloys rely on alloy additions that have low solid …

Development and physicochemical characterization of Azadirachta indica seed oil loaded niosomes nanoparticles: A potential natural pesticide

Authors

Maury Luz Pereira,Danyelle Cristina Pereira Santos,Carlos Alberto Mendes Soares Júnior,Tamyris Alicely Xavier Nogueira Bazan,Clovis Macêdo Bezerra Filho,Márcia Vanusa da Silva,Maria Tereza dos Santos Correia,Andres Felipe Millan Cardenas,Fabiana Suelen Figuerêdo de Siqueira,Edilausson Moreno Carvalho,Bruna Marin Fronza,Carolina Bosso André,Luis Claudio Nascimento da Silva,Lívia Câmara de Carvalho Galvão

Journal

Journal of Functional Biomaterials

Published Date

2022/9/13

Dental caries is a multifactorial, biofilm-dependent infectious disease that develops when detrimental changes occur in the oral cavity microenvironment. The antimicrobial and antivirulence properties of the essential oil obtained from the leaves of Eugenia brejoensis Mazine (EBEO) have been reported against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria. Herein, the antimicrobial action of EBEO towards Streptococcus mutans is reported, along with the development and characterization of dental adhesives doped with. The minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) and minimum bactericidal concentration (MBC) of EBEO were determined against S. mutans, while its toxicity was analyze using Tenebrio molitor larvae. EBEO (MIC and 10×MIC) was incorporated into the Ambar Advanced Polymerization System® (Ambar APS), a two-step total-etch adhesive system (FGM Dental Group), and the antibiofilm action was evaluated. The reflective strength, modulus of elasticity, degree of conversion, and maximum rate of polymerization of each adhesive were also determined. The MIC and MBC values of EBEO against S. mutans were 62.5 µg/mL. The tested concentrations of EBEO were non-toxic to T. molitor larvae. The formation of S. mutans biofilms was significantly inhibited by EBEO and EBEO-coated resin discs (p < 0.05). Importantly, EBEO incorporation did not affect the mechanical and physicochemical properties in relation to oil-free adhesive version. EBEO showed strong antibacterial and antibiofilm activity against S. mutans, no toxicity effect against T. molitor larvae, and did not jeopardize the physical-chemical properties tested.

Role of Nanoparticles in the Suppression of Diseases in Fruits and Vegetables to Improve Agricultural and Environmental Sustainability: A Bibliometric Analysis

Authors

Rahul Islam Barbhuiya,Prabhjot Kaur,Charles Wroblewski,Abdallah Elsayed,Jayasankar Subramanian,Gopu Raveendran Nair,Ashutosh Singh

Published Date

2024/2/7

The global population is expected to reach 10 billion by 2050, necessitating a 50% increase in food production. Additionally, damage of crops by pests and diseases leads to 10–20% decrease in the world food supply, casting doubt on efforts to achieve food security. Furthermore, vegetables and fruits, due to their pleasant taste, flavour, and healthful properties, are indispensable elements of our diet. However, during the food distribution process, from pre-harvest practices to transportation and storage after harvesting, vegetables and fruits are susceptible to microbial deterioration and diseases. In this study, a bibliometric analysis was conducted to assess the scientific advances made in the application of nanoparticles for disease suppression in vegetables and fruits. Publications between 2000 and 2021 were considered for this study from Scopus databases. The publications were sorted based on keywords, titles …

Magnesium-Zinc-Calcium Alloys Suitable for Biomedical and Lightweight Electrical Applications

Authors

M Zavala-Serrat,G Genani,J Dorantes Flores,S Kotiadis,A Elsayed

Published Date

2023/8/21

This research investigates the potential of magnesium-zinc-calcium (Mg-Zn-Ca) alloys for use in both thermal and biomedical applications. With a density of 2/3 that of aluminum and 1/5 that of copper, magnesium and its alloys offer an attractive alternative for heat generating and electrical components in electronic devices. Additionally, the biocompatibility of Mg-Zn-Ca alloys make them a suitable material for use in bone replacement applications. The alloys were prepared by melting Mg with Zn and Ca to create different Mg-Zn-Ca alloys with varying compositions of Zn (1–4 wt.%) and Ca (0.25–0.75 wt.%). The microstructure and morphology of phases of the alloys were observed using electron microscopy. The microstructure of the Mg-Zn-Ca alloys consisted of the α-Mg matrix as well as Ca2Mg6Zn3 intermetallic phases. The Mg-4Zn-0.75Ca alloy had an electrical conductivity of 30.4%IACS (percent International …

Modeling Thermal Conductivity of Al-Ni, Al-Fe, and Al-Co Spark Plasma Sintered Alloys

Authors

P Bhagtani,L Bichler,A Bardelcik,A Elsayed

Journal

Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance

Published Date

2023/8

Owing to their low density and high thermal conductivity, aluminum and its alloys are being increasing sought and utilized to produce automotive components to dissipate heat and conduct electricity. This study involved preparing spark plasma sintered Al-x wt.% Ni/Fe/Co (x = 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, and 3.0) alloys and developing a microstructural finite element approach to predict their thermal conductivity and validate it with experimental and analytical thermal conductivity calculations. Optical and electron microscopy, porosity and microhardness measurements were used to characterize the spark plasma sintered alloys. The thermal conductivity of Al-Ni/Fe/Co alloys decreased with increasing Ni/Fe/Co content and it ranged from 227 to 155 W/m.K for Al-0.5 to Al-3.0 wt.% Ni/Fe/Co alloys, respectively. The models to predict the thermal conductivity of spark plasma sintered aluminum alloys help explain the microstructural …

Electrochemical, Scanning Electrochemical Microscopic, and In Situ Electrochemical Fourier Transform Infrared Studies of CO2 Reduction at Porous Copper …

Authors

Allison Salverda,Sharon Abner,Emmanuel Mena-Morcillo,Adam Zimmer,Abdallah Elsayed,Aicheng Chen

Journal

The Journal of Physical Chemistry C

Published Date

2023/4/5

There is significant interest in the design of high-performance electrocatalysts for efficient electrochemical reduction of CO2 to address the pressing environmental issue and climate change. Herein, a novel copper–aluminum nanostructured catalyst is fabricated via an alloying/dealloying technique. The effect of the initial alloy’s elemental composition and subsequent dealloying, via HCl acid treatments, on the stability and activity of the catalyst for electrochemical CO2 reduction is studied. The optimized porous catalyst shows high catalytic activity for the electrochemical CO2 reduction reaction (CO2RR) with current efficiencies achieving greater than 81%. Gas and liquid product analysis confirms the formation of CO, H2, and HCOO–. Scanning electrochemical microscopy was employed to monitor the activity of the catalyst and the CO2RR products. In situ electrochemical FTIR spectroscopic studies revealed the first …

The effect of heating rate and coating weight on the intermetallic growth of AlSi coated hot stamping steel

Authors

Siyu Wu,Alexander Bardelcik,Constantin Chiriac,Abdallah Elsayed,Cangji Shi

Journal

Surface and Coatings Technology

Published Date

2023/10/25

The effect of furnace heating rate on the intermetallic growth of Alsingle bondSi coatings for 22MnB5 hot stamping steel was characterized and quantified for two different commercial coating weights, AS80 and AS150. Characterizing and quantifying the formation of the Alsingle bondFe and Al-Fe-Si intermetallic layers is crucial to the optimization of the austenitization process, which continually strives to reduce furnace time while maintaining acceptable intermetallic development. Initial nominal heating rates up to the Alsingle bondSi melting temperature (577 °C) varied from Low (7 °C/s) to Very High (23 °C/s) and then proceed to reduce which resulted in the nominal heating rates to vary from Low (1 °C/s) to Very High (7 °C/s) within a temperature range of 600 to 900 °C. The coating composition was similar at 600 °C for all the heating rate tests and suggests that there is potential to save furnace time by imposing …

An Aflatoxin-M1 biochip using graphene quantum dot-gold hybrid nanoparticles

Authors

Saipriya Ramalingam,Abdallah Elsayed,Ashutosh Singh

Journal

Food Chemistry

Published Date

2022/9

Toxicosis through food and feed has remained a point of concern to food sectors across the globe. Although strict regulations have been implemented in developed and developing countries, their detection in food matrices is an evolving science. This study focuses on the development and fabrication of an electrochemical microfluidic biosensor that deploys aptamers to detect trace concentrations of Aflatoxin-M1 (AF-M1) in milk samples. The use of graphene quantum dot composite with Au nanoparticles anchors the aptamer to the sensor surface and improves its signal conductivity. The screen-printed carbon electrode modified with graphene quantum dot-gold nanoparticles is placed between two polydimethylsiloxane layers to promote portability and improve mixing effects. Differential pulse voltammograms indicated that the linear range of the sensor was between 100 pM and 2 nM making the limit of detection 0 …

Bioactive peptides: Synthesis, applications, and associated challenges

Authors

Abrar Alzaydi,Rahul Islam Barbhuiya,Winny Routray,Abdallah Elsayed,Ashutosh Singh

Journal

Food Bioengineering

Published Date

2023/7

Bioactive peptides (BPs) are chains of amino acids linked together by peptide bonds and arranged in a specific way. These peptides are important to human health and can be used in preserving food. The interest in BPs and its benefits has led to increased production from different food sources and advanced technology to extract them in their pure form. This review explores the subject of BP sources, their synthesis, and their application in various fields, including food and pharmaceuticals. Each source has its unique characteristics, types of peptides, and sequences. The sequence of each peptide extracted from different sources differs in their arrangement and effect on disease treatment. Despite the interest in BPs, challenges remain in their fractionation and purification. Further research is needed to fully exploit the potential of this diverse group of compounds for successful future applications.

The Heat Treatability of the Al-Fe-Ni-Mg-Si Alloying System to Vary Strength and Conductivity

Authors

S Kotiadis,A Elsayed

Published Date

2023/8/21

Modern transportation applications, including aerospace, hybrid, and electrical vehicles, require improved lightweighting [1]. The improved lightweighting increases the mechanical and thermal loading that the castings experience [1]. Aluminum alloys are well suited to these applications due to their notable castability, high electrical and thermal conductivity, and potential for strength [2]. About 90% of commercial Al casting alloys rely upon Si and Mg alloying additions to ensure castability and strength [3, 4]. Unfortunately, the use of Si and Mg greatly reduce the electrical conductivity of the alloy [5, 6]. For example, the Al-Si high pressure die casting alloy has a low thermal conductivity of 100 W/mK [7]. This reinforcing the need for a new alloying system with high castability and conductivity.

A review of nanoparticle synthesis and application in the suppression of diseases in fruits and vegetables

Authors

Rahul Islam Barbhuiya,Natalia Nevarez Tinoco,Saipriya Ramalingam,Abdallah Elsayed,Jayasankar Subramanian,Winny Routray,Ashutosh Singh

Published Date

2022/11/2

Fruits and vegetables are an integral part of our diet attributed to their appealing taste, flavor, and health-promoting characteristics. However, due to their high-water activity, they are susceptible to microbial spoilage and diseases at any step in the food supply chain, from pre-harvest treatment to post-harvest storage and transportation. As a result, food researchers and engineers are developing innovative technologies that can be used to reduce the loss of fruits and vegetables on-farm and during postharvest processing. The purpose of this study was to gather and discuss the scientific data on the disease-suppressive activity of nanoparticles against plant pathogens. The progress and limitations of innovative approaches for improving nanoparticles’ efficiency and dependability have been studied to develop effective substitutes for synthetic chemical fungicides and pesticides, in managing disease in fruits and …

Castability of Al-Fe-Ni Alloys

Authors

S Kotiadis,A Elsayed

Published Date

2022/8/21

The demands of electric and hybrid vehicles have required modern aluminum alloys that demonstrate high castability, high electrical and thermal conductivity, and moderate strength. The uses of transition metals Fe and Ni present potential alloy additions to meet these goals due to their low solubility in solid Al (0.05 wt.%) and the potential of their intermetallic phases to be modified. One aspect of castability was assessed by determining the die-soldering behavior of various Al-Fe-Ni alloys using pure Fe wire submerged in a liquid melt. The potential for Al alloys that takes advantage of the low Al-Fe eutectic (1.8 wt.%) has shown high castability through low hot tear susceptibility and low die soldering with high conductivity and moderate strength. These properties speak to the industrial applicability of this range of alloy compositions for use in hybrid and electric vehicles, electronic components such as heat sinks, and …

Aluminum Auxetic Structures Produced Using Combined Stereolithography and Investment Casting

Authors

Nicholas Alfano,H Simha,A Elsayed

Published Date

2022/8/21

Investment casting produces structurally complex metal parts with good surface finish and attractive mechanical properties. This study combines polymer additive manufacturing through the utilization of a stereolithography 3D printer and metal investment casting to produce complex geometry and energy absorption structures. Investment cast 319 aluminum alloy with several investment-mold temperatures, melt-pouring temperatures, and vacuum levels was used to produce open-celled, non-stochastic auxetic structures. The aluminum auxetic castings are produced using higher vacuum levels, and higher investment-mold temperatures had fewer filling defects and most closely matched the geometry of the stereolithography model. Typical casting defects included the presence of shrinkage pores and misruns at areas far away from the casting sprue. It is expected that optimization of the casting parameters can help …

Application of Non-Destructive Testing Techniques (NDTT) to Characterize Nanocarriers Used for Drug Delivery: A Mini Review

Authors

Rahul Islam Barbhuiya,Saipriya Ramalingam,Harsimran Kaur Kalra,Abdallah Elsayed,Winny Routray,Manickavasagan Annamalai,Ashutosh Singh

Journal

Biophysica

Published Date

2022/6/24

The synthesis of tailored and highly engineered multifunctional pharmaceutical nanocarriers is an emerging field of study in drug delivery applications. They have a high surface-area-to-volume ratio, aiding the targeted drug’s biodistribution and pharmacokinetic properties. Therefore, the characterization of nanocarriers is critical for understanding their physicochemical properties, which significantly impact their molecular and systemic functioning. To achieve specific goals, particle size, surface characteristics, and drug release properties of nanocarriers must be managed. This mini review provides an overview of the applications of non-destructive testing techniques (NDTT) to reveal the characteristics of nanocarriers, considering their surface charge, porosity, size, morphology, and crystalline organization. The compositional and microstructural characterization of nanocarriers through NDTT, such as dynamic light scattering, X-ray diffraction, confocal laser scanning microscopy, ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy, scanning electron microscopy, atomic force microscopy, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, have been comprehensively reviewed. Furthermore, NDTT is only used to characterize physicochemical parameters related to the physiological performance of nanocarriers but does not account for nanocarrier toxicity. Hence, it is highly recommended that in the future, NDTT be developed to assess the toxicity of nanocarriers. In addition, by developing more advanced, effective, and precise techniques, such as machine vision techniques using artificial intelligence, the future of using NDTT for nanocarrier characterization will improve the …

Observing the effect of grain refinement on crystal growth of Al and Mg alloys during solidification using in-situ neutron diffraction

Authors

Abdallah Elsayed,Francesco D’Elia,Comondore Ravindran,Dimitry Sediako

Journal

Metals

Published Date

2022/5/4

The present research uses in-situ neutron diffraction to examine the effect of grain refinement on grain growth during solidification of Al-5 wt.% Cu and Mg-5 wt.% Zn alloys. The alloys were grain refined through additions of Al-5Ti-1B and Zr, respectively. The in-situ neutron diffraction experiments were carried out by heating the alloys to temperatures above the liquidus and subsequently cooling in 5 or 10 °C temperature steps to temperatures below solidus, while being irradiated by thermal neutrons. With the addition of grain refiners, grain size reductions of 92% were observed for both the Al-5 wt.% Cu and Mg-5 wt.% Zn alloys. The refined and unrefined Al-5 wt.% Cu alloys contained α-Al with Al2Cu along the grain boundary regions. Differences in Al2Cu morphology were observed in the grain refined alloys. The Mg-5 wt.% Zn alloy contained MgZn intermetallic phases with primary Mg. The refined Mg-5 wt.% Zn-0.7 wt.% Zr alloy contained Mg, MgZn and Zn2Zr phases. In-situ neutron diffraction enabled quantification of individual plane solid fraction growth for the α-Al and Al2Cu phases in the Al-Cu alloys, and for α-Mg in the Mg alloys. For the unrefined Al-5 wt.% Cu, the coarse microstructure resulted in a rapid solid fraction rise at temperatures just below liquidus followed by a gradual increase in solid fraction until the sample was fully solid. The grain-refined Al-5 wt.% Cu alloys showed a columnar to equiaxed microstructure transition and a more gradual growth in fraction solid throughout solidification. For the Mg-5 wt.% Zn alloy, the more packed (0002) and (101¯1) α-Mg plane intensities grew at a slower rate than the (101¯0) plane intensity …

Hot tearing and mechanical properties of high electrical and thermal conductivity Al-Fe-Mg-Si-Ni Alloys

Authors

Stephanie Kotiadis,Adam Zimmer,Abdallah Elsayed

Journal

International Journal of Cast Metals Research

Published Date

2022/11/2

Aluminium alloys with Fe and Ni show potential as high castability alloys with high strength and high electrical/thermal conductivities for electric vehicle powertrains. Permanent mould castings of Al-Fe-Ni alloys with additions of Mg and Si were prepared to assess hot tearing susceptibility and mechanical properties. The electrical conductivity of the Al-Fe-Ni alloys was measured, and the Wiedemann-Franz law was used to estimate the thermal conductivity. The results show that a hot tear resistant Al-Fe-Ni alloy with composition Al-1.2Fe-0.5Mg-0.3Si-0.2Ni had an electrical conductivity of 50.91 ±0.29%IACS with yield strength, ultimate tensile strength, and elongation of 60.5 MPa, 141 MPa and 7.9%, respectively. The microstructure of the Al-Fe-Ni alloys contained primary Al, Al9FeNi and Mg2Si. The short freezing ranges and fine intermetallics allowed for good castability. The prepared Al-Fe-Ni alloys are potential …

Novel approach to thermal processing development for precision sand casting process (PSCP) of aluminum engine blocks

Authors

Robert Mackay,Abdallah Elsayed,Glenn Byczynski

Journal

International Journal of Metalcasting

Published Date

2021/7

The latest generation of high-performance engine blocks are produced with the precision sand casting process (PSCP). Their enhanced mechanical properties are provided by an integrated cast iron chill in the bulkhead section and thus result in large variations in secondary dendrite arm spacing (λ2) throughout the whole casting, providing unique challenges in both heat treat (T7 temper) development and compliance to the CQI-9 protocol. This research examines the influence of chemistry, controlled solution/quench, residence time between quench and the start of artificial age and artificial age temperature, on the mechanical properties and cryogenic testing observations on PSCP engine blocks. The results are obtained from large population engine block castings (n = 204), heat treated within an industrial plant environment with strict control over furnace temperature gradients. The results indicated that …

Encapsulation of carotenoids with sucrose by co-crystallization: Physicochemical properties, characterization and thermal stability of pigments

Authors

Prabhjot Kaur,Abdallah Elsayed,Jayasankar Subramanian,Ashutosh Singh

Journal

LWT Food Science and Technology

Published Date

2020/12

Natural pigment carotenoids specifically β-carotene present in carrots is very sensitive to heat and light. The present work studied the co-crystallization as a process to increase the stability of the carotenoids extracted from carrots. Carotenoids encapsulated co-crystals were evaluated for their encapsulation efficiency, antioxidant activity, thermal behavior, physicochemical, and structural properties. Co-crystallization of the carotenoids with sucrose showed an encapsulation efficiency of 77.58% and an antioxidant activity of 68% towards DPPH free radicals. DSC thermogram confirmed the thermal stability of carotenoids encapsulated co-crystals by indicating the endothermic peaks at 190 °C. XRD pattern and FTIR spectra revealed that the crystal nature of sucrose and functional groups remained the same even after co-crystallization. SEM results revealed the irregular cavities in well-defined cubic crystals of sucrose …

Zein for hydrocarbon remediation: Emulsifier, trapping agent, or both?

Authors

Tatianna Marshall,Andrew J Gravelle,Alejandro G Marangoni,Abdallah Elsayed,Erica Pensini

Journal

Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects

Published Date

2020/2/20

Pump and treat of hydrocarbons from the subsurface is largely ineffective because capillary forces impede hydrocarbon mobility. This study uses zein (corn protein) dissolved in water at pH = 13 at low concentrations (4 and 8 g of zein/L) as a natural surfactant to emulsify hydrocarbons, facilitating their recovery from the subsurface (biosurfactant flushing). The effectiveness of zein in emulsifying a model hydrocarbon (toluene) was verified with bottle tests, optical microscopy and confocal microscopy. Interfacial tension measurements conducted with an optical tensiometer and the pendant drop method demonstrated that zein adsorbed onto hydrocarbon-water interfaces. Langmuir-Blodgett interfacial zein films deposited onto glass slides were smooth, as demonstrated using a scanning electron microscope (SEM). Langmuir trough experiments indicate that interfacial zein films either rapidly re-adsorbed or did not …

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The h-index of Abdallah Elsayed has been 12 since 2020 and 12 in total.

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The articles with the titles of

A Nano-Based Approach Toward the Sustainable Recovery of Nutrients from the Food Industry Generated Wastewater

Utilizing Low Solubility, Light Metal Eutectic Systems for Castable, High Electrical/Thermal Conductivity Alloys

Development and physicochemical characterization of Azadirachta indica seed oil loaded niosomes nanoparticles: A potential natural pesticide

Role of Nanoparticles in the Suppression of Diseases in Fruits and Vegetables to Improve Agricultural and Environmental Sustainability: A Bibliometric Analysis

Magnesium-Zinc-Calcium Alloys Suitable for Biomedical and Lightweight Electrical Applications

Modeling Thermal Conductivity of Al-Ni, Al-Fe, and Al-Co Spark Plasma Sintered Alloys

Electrochemical, Scanning Electrochemical Microscopic, and In Situ Electrochemical Fourier Transform Infrared Studies of CO2 Reduction at Porous Copper …

The effect of heating rate and coating weight on the intermetallic growth of AlSi coated hot stamping steel

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are the top articles of Abdallah Elsayed at University of Guelph.

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The research interests of Abdallah Elsayed are: light metals, solidification

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Abdallah Elsayed has 479 citations in total.

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