Abdelkrim Mekki

About Abdelkrim Mekki

Abdelkrim Mekki, With an exceptional h-index of 24 and a recent h-index of 14 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, specializes in the field of Condensed Matter Physics, Material Science.

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

A comprehensive review on advancements and optimization strategies in dye-sensitized solar cells: Components, characterization, stability and efficiency enhancement

Measurement of the hotspot current in superconducting NbTi wires

Composition and electric field driven studies on modified NBT-based lead-free ceramics

Effect of oxygen vacancies and cationic valence state on multiferroicity and magnetodielectric coupling in (1-x) BaTiO3.(x) LaFeO3 solid solution

Fabrication and characterization of natural dye-sensitized solar cells using an efficient natural sensitizer derived from Laurus nobilis L

Fabrication of efficient natural dye-sensitized Solar Cells using Mediterranean olive leaves as natural dye sensitizer

The Heat Escape time deduced from the generation of hot spot in NbTi Filament

Detection and measurement of picoseconds-pulsed laser energy using a NbTiN superconducting filament

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King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals

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1686

Citations(since 2020)

711

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1246

hIndex(all)

24

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14

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34

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23

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King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals

Abdelkrim Mekki Skills & Research Interests

Condensed Matter Physics

Material Science

Top articles of Abdelkrim Mekki

A comprehensive review on advancements and optimization strategies in dye-sensitized solar cells: Components, characterization, stability and efficiency enhancement

Authors

Ryan Nur Iman,Muhammad Younas,Khalil Harrabi,Abdelkrim Mekki

Published Date

2024/4/30

In 2022, primary energy consumption saw a substantial increase of 6.63 exajoules (EJ) compared to the previous year, reaching a record-high total consumption of 604.04 EJ, and is expected to surge by 28 % between 2015 and 2040. This global energy-consumption surge came with an environmental cost, as carbon dioxide emissions from various sources continued to rise. Specifically, carbon dioxide equivalent emissions from energy use, industrial processes, flaring, and methane experienced a 0.8 % increase. Solar energy is a highly promising alternative energy source. This is primarily because of its reported ability to produce an estimated 4.3 × 1020 J of energy over a single hour of sunlight exposure. Dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSCs) have become promising solar-energy candidates owing to their highly flexible solar cell design, regarding shape, color, and transparency. Synthetic dyes have high …

Measurement of the hotspot current in superconducting NbTi wires

Authors

Khalil Harrabi,Abdelkarim Mekki,Hocine Bahlouli,Milorad Milosovic

Journal

Bulletin of the American Physical Society

Published Date

2024/3/7

We investigated the formation of the meta-stable states created by a step current pulse. Non-equilibrium superconducting states are induced for a current exceeding the depairing current. Depending on the sample parameters where the dissipation can be governed by different modes, such vortex motion, phase slip lines or hotspot. We focussed our study on the one governed by the hot-spot mechanism. For current value larger than the critical value, the superconductivity collapses. A measurable voltage arises after a delay time t d, the value of which decreases with increasing current pulse amplitude. The time-dependent Ginzburg-Landau (TDGL) theory is then used to account for the gap relaxation time from the measured delay times for different sample thicknesses. In addition, we present a double pulse technique that allows the determination the hotspot current. It consists of sending two superposed pulses, the …

Composition and electric field driven studies on modified NBT-based lead-free ceramics

Authors

Koyal Suman Samantaray,P Maneesha,Rakhi Saha,K Harrabi,A Mekki,Somaditya Sen

Journal

Materials Science and Engineering: B

Published Date

2024/2/1

A considerable increase in the c/a ratio, tilt angle, octahedral strain, and Ti-Ti distance with an application of electric field was observed for all the compositions in (1-x) (Na0.5Bi0.5TiO3).x(Ba0.85Ca0.15Ti0.90Zr0.10O3) ceramics. In the x = 0.09 sample, a P4bm phase (∼45 %) was observed which reduced to ∼ 15 % upon poling. The tilt angle modifies the A1 phonon mode at 784 cm−1 upon substitution and application of the electric field. Incorporating Ba0.85Ca0.15Ti0.90Zr0.10O3 increased the maximum dielectric permittivity (εm) from ∼ 2466 (x = 0) to ∼ 3231 (x = 0.09). The degree of diffuseness (γ) also increased with substitution from ∼ 1.384 (x = 0) to ∼ 1.980 (x = 0.09). With poling the value of γ was observed to decrease for each composition. The transformation from a compressive octahedral strain to a tensile one increased the piezoelectric coefficient (d33). The d33 value increased from ∼ 70 (x = 0) to ∼ …

Effect of oxygen vacancies and cationic valence state on multiferroicity and magnetodielectric coupling in (1-x) BaTiO3.(x) LaFeO3 solid solution

Authors

P Maneesha,Koyal Suman Samantaray,Suresh Chandra Baral,Grace Brzykcy,Indranil Bhaumik,Abdelkrim Mekki,Arjun K Pathak,Somaditya Sen

Journal

Journal of Alloys and Compounds

Published Date

2024/1/15

A solid solution of (1-x)BaTiO3–(x)LaFeO3 (x = 0, 0.007, 0.015, 0.031, 0.062) has been investigated for room temperature multiferroicity and magnetodielectric effect. The incorporation of La and Fe ions in ferroelectric BaTiO3 leads to increased lattice disorder and generation of oxygen vacancies that induces magnetism. A detailed correlated study using XRD, XPS and Raman spectroscopy is being reported. A typical ferromagnetic and ferroelectric nature of each sample are confirmed by M−H and P–E hysteresis loops, respectively at room temperature. Temperature dependent dielectric studies reveal the decrease of transition temperature from 137 0C for undoped to room temperature for increasing substitution. The changes in the dielectric property with applied magnetic field shows the indications of magnetodielectric effect. For x = 0.015, existence of both proper ferroelectric without lossy properties and …

Fabrication and characterization of natural dye-sensitized solar cells using an efficient natural sensitizer derived from Laurus nobilis L

Authors

Ryan Nur Iman,Muhammad Younas,Khalil Harrabi,Abdelkrim Mekki

Journal

Dyes and Pigments

Published Date

2024/6/1

In this study, we present a novel natural dye extracted from Laurus nobilis L (bay leaf: BL) intended for application in Natural Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells (NDSSCs). The extraction process involved utilizing a maceration method with methanol as the solvent. A comparative analysis was conducted on NDSSCs fabricated with fluorine-doped tin oxide (FTO) and indium-doped tin oxide (ITO) substrates. Comprehensive characterization of the extracted natural dye and the fabricated NDSSCs was performed using various techniques, including ultraviolet–visible (UV–Vis) and Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy, scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy dispersive X-ray (EDX) analysis, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), solar simulation (current–voltage characteristics), and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS). UV–Vis and FTIR spectroscopy confirmed the bonding of chlorophyll, a key …

Fabrication of efficient natural dye-sensitized Solar Cells using Mediterranean olive leaves as natural dye sensitizer

Authors

Ryan Nur Iman,Khalil Harrabi,Muhammad Younas,Abdelkarim Mekki

Journal

Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry

Published Date

2024/5/1

The synthesis of synthetic dyes employed in dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSCs) is often associated with substantial costs and environmental concerns. As a result, there is growing interest in utilizing natural dyes as sensitizers for DSSCs. This paper presents a comprehensive investigation into the extraction of natural dyes from Mediterranean olive leaves using a methanol-based solution, with a particular focus on the impact of different drying times during the dye extraction process on the efficiency of fabricated solar cells. The extracted olive leaf dyes were systematically characterized, encompassing their optical properties analyzed through ultraviolet–visible (UV–Vis) and Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy, electrochemical behavior, photovoltaic performance, crystallographic and morphological structures, as well as elemental composition. The research findings unveiled distinctive attributes of the …

The Heat Escape time deduced from the generation of hot spot in NbTi Filament

Authors

Khalil Harrabi,Abdelkarim Mekki,Hocine Bahlouli,Milorad Milosevic

Journal

Bulletin of the American Physical Society

Published Date

2023/3/7

G25. 00008: The Heat Escape time deduced from the generation of hot spot in NbTi Filament*

Detection and measurement of picoseconds-pulsed laser energy using a NbTiN superconducting filament

Authors

K Harrabi,K Gasmi,A Mekki,H Bahlouli,S Kunwar,MV Milošević

Journal

IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity

Published Date

2023/2/14

We investigate non-equilibrium states created by a laser beam incident on a superconducting NbTiN filament subject to an electrical pulse at 4 K. In absence of the laser excitation, when the amplitude of the current pulse applied to the filament exceeds the critical current value, we monitored the delay time that marks the collapse of the superconducting phase which is then followed by a voltage rise. We linked the delay time to the applied current using the time-dependent Ginzburg-Landau (TDGL) theory, which enabled us to deduce the cooling (or heat-removal ) time from the fit to the experimental data. Subsequently, we exposed the filament biased with a current pulse close to its critical value to a focused laser beam, inducing a normal state in the impact region of the laser beam. We showed that the energy of the incident beam and the incurred delay time are related to each other by a simple expression, that …

Room temperature magneto-dielectric coupling in the CaMnO3 modified NBT lead-free ceramics

Authors

Koyal Suman Samantaray,Ruhul Amin,Saniya Ayaz,AK Pathak,Christopher Hanley,A Mekki,K Harrabi,Somaditya Sen

Journal

Applied Physics A

Published Date

2023/4

The sol–gel prepared (1-x)Na0.5Bi0.5TiO3-(x) CaMnO3 (x = 0, 0.03, 0.06, 0.12) compositions show a Rhombohedral (R3c) phase up to x = 0.06 while a mixed rhombohedral (R3c) and orthorhombic (Pnma) phases for the x = 0.12. The lattice volume consistently decreased with an increase in the CaMnO3 content. The phase transition temperature (Tc) decreased with an increase in the CaMnO3 compositions. The room temperature dielectric constant increased, and loss decreased for the x = 0.03 composition due to a decrease in the oxygen vacancy and Bi loss confirmed by the valence state study (XPS). All the compositions show a variation of the room temperature dielectric property with an application of magnetic field confirming a magnetodielectric coupling. The x = 0.06 composition shows the highest negative magnetodielectric coupling constant (MD%) of 3.69 at 100 kHz at an applied field of 5 kG.

Characterization of Eu doped ZnO micropods prepared by chemical bath deposition on p-Si substrate

Authors

Nouf Ahmed Althumairi,Irshad Baig,Tarek Said Kayed,Abdelkarim Mekki,Alain Lusson,Vincent Sallet,Abdul Majid,Afif Fouzri

Journal

Vacuum

Published Date

2022/4/1

The chemical bath deposition method was used to synthesize Eu-doped ZnO on p-type (100) silicon. The SEM image shows the formation of micropod-like ZnO. EDX and XPS measurements showed an increase in the Eu concentration up to 2.54% and the simultaneous presence of Eu3+ and Eu2+. XRD analysis confirmed that the interstitial Eu3+ ions distorted the four tetrahedral bonds, and the substitution of Eu2+ ions increased the c lattice parameter. Only Eu3+ 5D0→7F2 transition-related emission was observed, so a weak transfer energy from the ZnO matrix to the Eu ion occurred. However, the competition between the emission of deep-level defects in the host matrix and that of Eu3+ ions deforms the visible emission towards the red color. The I–V measurements of the Eu-ZnO/p-Si heterojunctions showed diode-like behavior with a low rectification ratio and a barrier height around 0.84 eV not affected by the …

Dissipative States Induced by Current Pulse in NbTi Superconducting Filaments

Authors

Khalil Harrabi,K Harrabi,A Mekki,H Bahlouli

Journal

APS March Meeting Abstracts

Published Date

2022

We investigated the induced non-equilibrium states in superconducting NbTi wires using short electrical current pulse technique. The energy dissipation occurs once the current pulse amplitude exceeds the depairing current (Ic). For a wire with a demension larger than the coherence length (ζ), vortex and antivortex trains are generated and then flow in transverse direction to the applied current and opposite to each other so that they annihilate at the center of the filament to create phase slip lines. This is considered as a metastable state in which the order parameter value oscillates between zero and one (a mixture of normal and superconducting states). A pure normal dissipative local area referred to as a hotspot appears in the filament where the total collapse of the superductivity occurs. As a result, a voltage appears after certain delay time td marking the initiation of energy dissipation. The thermal relaxation time …

Correction to: Microstructural, optical, and electrical properties of Eu, Tb co-doped ZnO micropods elaborated by chemical bath deposition on a p-Si substrate

Authors

Nouf Ahmed Althumairi,Afif Fouzri,Tarek Said Kayed,Abdelkarim Mekki,Alain Lusson,Vincent Sallet,Abdul Majid

Journal

The European Physical Journal Plus

Published Date

2022/11/1

Correction to: Microstructural, optical, and electrical properties of Eu, Tb co-doped ZnO micropods elaborated by chemical bath Page 1 Eur. Phys. J. Plus (2022) 137:1215 https://doi.org/10.1140/epjp/s13360-022-03393-0 Correction Correction to: Microstructural, optical, and electrical properties of Eu, Tb co-doped ZnO micropods elaborated by chemical bath deposition on a p-Si substrate Nouf Ahmed Althumairi1,2,3, Afif Fouzri1,2,a , Tarek Said Kayed4, Abdelkarim Mekki5,6, Alain Lusson7, Vincent Sallet7, Abdul Majid8 1 Department of Physics, College of Science, Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University, PO Box 1982, Dammam 31441, Saudi Arabia 2 Basic & Applied Scientific Research Center, Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University, PO Box 1982, Dammam 31441, Saudi Arabia 3 Department of Biology, College of Education, Majmaah University, Al, PO Box 66, Majmaah 11952, Saudi Arabia 4 Department of …

Microstructural, optical, and electrical properties of Eu, Tb co-doped ZnO micropods elaborated by chemical bath deposition on a p-Si substrate

Authors

Patrick Akata Nwofe,Mutsumi Sugiyama

Journal

physica status solidi (a)

Published Date

2020/5

The influence of different tin‐amount on the properties of chemically deposited tin antimony sulfide (TAS) thin films is explored, to establish their suitability in thin‐film solar‐cell devices. X‐ray diffraction studies reveal single phase without the presence of other binaries. Energy dispersive X‐ray spectroscopy (EDS) indicates Sn‐rich behavior, which is confirmed by X‐ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) analysis. The crystallite size is between 28.4 and 40.5 nm, typically exhibiting an increase up to 0.012 mol of the Sn‐amount and then decrease marginally. Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) images reveal leaf‐like structures. The transmittances decrease with increasing tin‐amount; the optical absorption coefficient is >104 cm−1; the energy bandgap is direct, and varied in the range 1.22–1.50 eV. The refractive index lies between 2.51 and 4.11, whereas the dielectric constants range from 7.49 to 20.1. The …

Structural, morphological, optical, and electrical studies of Tb-doped ZnO micropods elaborated by chemical bath deposition on a p-Si substrate

Authors

Nouf Ahmed Althumairi,Irshad Baig,Tarek Said Kayed,Abdelkarim Mekki,Alain Lusson,Vincent Sallet,Abdul Majid,Sultan Akhtar,Afif Fouzri

Journal

Applied Physics A

Published Date

2022/7

Terbium-doped zinc oxide microstructures with a hexagonal wurtzite structure were synthesized by a chemical bath deposition (CBD) method on p-type (100) silicon. The effects of the amount of Tb incorporated and heat treatment on the physical properties were explored. X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) confirms the simultaneous insertion of Tb3+ and Tb4+ into the ZnO matrix. An increase in the Tb concentration up to 4.21% with annealing temperature is shown by energy-dispersive X-ray (EDX) measurements. Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) images show the formation of micropod ZnO with a perfectly smooth hexagonal sidewall shape. This structure of doped ZnO remained stable, although distortion of the distance and tetrahedral bonds was confirmed by XRD analysis. The luminescence spectra of the doped micropods did not show the Tb ion emission lines, proving that no energy transfer from the …

Defect dipole induced improved electrocaloric effect in modified NBT-6BT lead-free ceramics

Authors

Koyal Suman Samantaray,Ruhul Amin,EG Rini,Indranil Bhaumik,A Mekki,K Harrabi,Somaditya Sen

Journal

Journal of Alloys and Compounds

Published Date

2022/5/15

The Rietveld refinement of the polycrystalline powders of 1% Fe and Mn-doped (Na 0.5 Bi 0.5) 0.94 Ba 0.06 Ti 0.98 V 0.02 O 3 at the Ti-site confirmed a single rhombohedral (R3c) phase. The bandgap,(E g) was affected by the anti-phase octahedral tilt angle and the spin-orbit splitting energy of Ti 4+ 2p 3/2 and Ti 4+ 2p 1/2 states. The decrease in Bi loss and increase in the binding energy of Ba due to Fe/Mn doping has been correlated to the strengthening of Bi-O and Ba-O bonds which was revealed from the XPS studies thereby further related to the average AO bond length from structural studies. Hence, a reduction of oxygen vacancy (V O) for the doped samples has been justified. A significant improvement of the dielectric constant, relaxation time (τ 0), and the decrease in conductivity due to doping was revealed from the frequency-dependent (10 Hz-1 MHz) dielectric measurement study. The conduction and …

Current-Induced Metastable States Close to T in NbTi Superconducting Bridges

Authors

Khalil Harrabi,A Mekki,H Bahlouli,FR Ladan

Journal

Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism

Published Date

2021/10

We have studied the characteristics of different metastable states in NbTi thin film deposited on sapphire substrate in a region very close to the transition temperature T, which was estimated to be about 7.6 K in our sample. Localized dissipative zones are induced (phase-slip centers (PSC) and hot spots (HS)) when a current pulse larger than the depairing critical () current is sent through the filament. These resistive zones appear after a delay time at zero voltage (transient superconductivity) that depends on the thermal cooling time of the material. A time-dependent Ginzburg–Landau (TDGL) theory developed by M. Tinkham allows to extract the gap relaxation time from the measured time delays at a temperature very close to T. Furthermore, it appears that, well below T, this relaxation time is dominated by the thermal equilibration time of the film on its substrate. In addition, the niobium-based material showed …

Corrosion of a spark plasma sintered Fe-Cr-Mo-BC alloy in hydrochloric acid

Authors

Ahmad A Sorour,Mudassir Farooq,Abdelkrim Mekki,A Madhan Kumar

Published Date

2021/6

This research studied the electrochemical corrosion behavior in 1 M hydrochloric acid of a Fe-Cr-Mo-B-C alloy fabricated using spark plasma sintering of an amorphous alloy starting powder. The corrosion performance was evaluated using electrochemical impedance spectroscopy and potentiodynamic polarization tests and was benchmarked with conventional materials: 316L stainless steel and 1080 carbon steel. The corrosion reaction products on the surface were characterized using X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, scanning electron microscopy and energy-dispersive spectroscopy. The specimen sintered at 800 °C had approximately 94% densification, whereas the specimen sintered at 900 °C exhibited greater densification of approximately 98%. The sintered specimens consisted of nanocrystalline (Fe,Cr)23C6 and (Cr,Fe)2B particles embedded in a body-centered-cubic Fe-based matrix. These sintered …

Characterization of Resistive Hotspots induced in Superconducting NbTi thin film by an electrical current pulse

Authors

Khalil Harrabi,A Mekki,H Bahlouli,P Mathieu

Journal

Materials Research Express

Published Date

2021/5/26

We report on the creation of resistive states in NbTi superconducting filament on polished crystalline Al 2 O 3 using the current driven pulse technique. A current pulse larger than the depairing current (I c) initiates a dissipation in a localized spot. The non-equilibrium state described by the two dissipative mechanism pinpointed as hotspot and phase slip center. A time dependent voltage response exposes the collapse of superconductivity that occurs after a certain delay time t d. We found that hotspots occur at temperatures much lower than the transition temperature. This can be clearly seen in a current versus temperature diagram. The thermal cooling and heat escape times were extracted from fitting the experimental data of the delay time to Tinkham's amended version of the Time-Dependent Ginzburg-Landau (TDGL). The temperatures reached at the core of hotspots were determined without any parameter …

Structural change from Pbnm to R3 (1-x) LaFeO (3 center dot) xLaMnO (3) solid solution leading to modifications in octahedral tilt and valence states c phase with varying Fe/Mn …

Authors

EG Rini,Mayanak K Gupta,R Mittal,A Mekki,Mohammed H Al Saeed,Somaditya Sen

Journal

JOURNAL OF ALLOYS AND COMPOUNDS

Published Date

2021/11/25

A theoretically supported experimental study of the (1-x)LaFeO(3 center dot)xLaMnO(3) (LFO-LMO) solid solution is being reported for the first time which reveals a structural change from the Pbnm and R (3) over barc phase at a chemical composition of x = 0.625. Correlation of octahedral distortion and structural change was extensively in-vestigated using x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), Raman and x-ray diffraction (XRD) measurements and density functional theory (DFT) calculation. A detailed study of the structural lattice parameters, bond lengths, bond angles have been done, supported by valence state and electronic properties studies. All the above parameters show a correlated modification to the structural change. The distortion and tilting of the BO6 octahedra has been studied as a function of different Fe:Mn content and expressed by Glazer representation from the refined Crystallographic …

Effect of Ca2+ on the phase transition temperature of NBT-6BT lead-free ceramics

Authors

Koyal Suman Samantaray,Somaditya Sen,A Mekki,Khalil Harrabi

Published Date

2021

[en] The doping of Ca 2+ at Ba-site in the NBT-6BT polycrystalline powders having the chemical formula of Na 0.47 Bi 0.47 Ba 0.06-x Ca x TiO 3 were prepared using a modified sol-gel synthesis route. The prepared pellets were sintered at 1170º C for 2 hr and further used for different characterization purposes. The X-ray diffraction pattern confirmed the presence of pure phases for all the samples. The lattice parameters, and different bond parameters were obtained from the CIF files of the prepared samples. The Raman spectroscopy also revealed the presence of all the phonon modes belonging to the desired structure. The X-ray photoluminescence spectroscopy was done on all the samples to study the presence of valence states of all the elements present in the sample. A detailed analysis of the binding energy and the bond lengths were done to understand the correlation of valence state and structure of the samples. The temperature dependent dielectric measurement was done to study the effect of Ca 2+ in the shifting of phase transition temperature. The increase in the doping percentage of Ca 2+ induced an increase in the phase transition temperature of the NBT-6BT lead free ceramics

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A comprehensive review on advancements and optimization strategies in dye-sensitized solar cells: Components, characterization, stability and efficiency enhancement

Measurement of the hotspot current in superconducting NbTi wires

Composition and electric field driven studies on modified NBT-based lead-free ceramics

Effect of oxygen vacancies and cationic valence state on multiferroicity and magnetodielectric coupling in (1-x) BaTiO3.(x) LaFeO3 solid solution

Fabrication and characterization of natural dye-sensitized solar cells using an efficient natural sensitizer derived from Laurus nobilis L

Fabrication of efficient natural dye-sensitized Solar Cells using Mediterranean olive leaves as natural dye sensitizer

The Heat Escape time deduced from the generation of hot spot in NbTi Filament

Detection and measurement of picoseconds-pulsed laser energy using a NbTiN superconducting filament

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are the top articles of Abdelkrim Mekki at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals.

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The research interests of Abdelkrim Mekki are: Condensed Matter Physics, Material Science

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Abdelkrim Mekki has 1,686 citations in total.

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The co-authors of Abdelkrim Mekki are Ahmed Al-ghamdi, Fahrettin Yakuphanoglu, Ram K. Gupta, Nouar Tabet, Dr. Umair Baig, aslam farooq.

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    Ahmed Al-ghamdi

    King AbdulAziz University

    H-index: 68
    Fahrettin Yakuphanoglu

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    Firat Üniversitesi

    H-index: 58
    Ram K. Gupta

    Ram K. Gupta

    Pittsburg State University

    H-index: 38
    Nouar Tabet

    Nouar Tabet

    University of Sharjah

    H-index: 35
    Dr. Umair Baig

    Dr. Umair Baig

    King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals

    H-index: 31
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    aslam farooq

    King Saud University

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