Emad M. Elsehly

Emad M. Elsehly

Damanhour University

H-index: 13

Africa-Egypt

About Emad M. Elsehly

Emad M. Elsehly, With an exceptional h-index of 13 and a recent h-index of 13 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Damanhour University, specializes in the field of Carbon nanotubes synthesis and applications, Quantum field theory.

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

Crystal structure and thermoelectric properties of bulk polycrystalline (SbxBi1-x) 2Se3 alloys

The performance of multi-walled carbon nanotubes-based filters with acid functionalization for enhanced methylene blue removal from water resources

Evaluating the Anti-Obesity Effects of Chitosan in High-Fat Diet-Induced Obesity in Rat Model

Structural and thermoelectric properties of doped Bi2Te3 crystalline alloys

The Performance of Functionalized Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotube-Based Filters for Water Treatment Applications

Vanadium oxides nanostructures for adsorption of Methylene blue, vehicle exhaust and soot of ink as low carbon applications

Structural control of V2O5 nanoparticles via a thermal decomposition method for prospective photocatalytic applications

Biosorptive removal of selected metal ions from simulated wastewater using highly metal-resistant bacteria

Emad M. Elsehly Information

University

Damanhour University

Position

Lecturer of Physics Faculty of Science

Citations(all)

381

Citations(since 2020)

345

Cited By

107

hIndex(all)

13

hIndex(since 2020)

13

i10Index(all)

15

i10Index(since 2020)

13

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University Profile Page

Damanhour University

Emad M. Elsehly Skills & Research Interests

Carbon nanotubes synthesis and applications

Quantum field theory

Top articles of Emad M. Elsehly

Crystal structure and thermoelectric properties of bulk polycrystalline (SbxBi1-x) 2Se3 alloys

Authors

Yuzuru Miyazaki

Journal

Japanese Journal of Applied Physics

Published Date

2020/3/5

Crystal structure and thermoelectric properties of several partially-substituted higher manganese silicides (HMSs) samples have been reviewed. HMSs possess a unique incommensurate crystal structure consisting of two subsystems of [Mn] and [Si] and the structure formula is thus represented as MnSi γ. The c-axis length ratio, γ, changes with temperature to yield the MnSi (monosilicide) striations, which deteriorate mechanical strength and electrical conductivity. A small amount of V-substitution effectively dissipates such striations and enhances hole carrier concentration. Thus prepared V-substituted samples exhibit the highest power factor and remarkably lower thermal conductivity. The nanostructure of such samples consists of regular and highly disordered nano-domains of Si atoms, which would further reduce the thermal conductivity to enhance thermoelectric figure-of-merit.

The performance of multi-walled carbon nanotubes-based filters with acid functionalization for enhanced methylene blue removal from water resources

Authors

B Deepanraj,Vineet Tirth,Ali Algahtani,EM Elsehly

Journal

Alexandria Engineering Journal

Published Date

2024/2/1

In the current investigation, functionalization of the multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs-TMD) is conducted to enhance the adsorption potential applications. A ratio of 1:3 of the oxidizing acids (HNO3 and H2SO4) is used to attach the oxygen functional groups to the surface of MWCNTs and the prepared sample is F-MWCNT. To examine the surface morphology of the functionalized tubes in the prepared samples, transmission electron microscopy and scanning electron microscopy were utilized. Meanwhile, energy dispersive X-ray, and X-ray diffraction analysis were employed to account for the elemental composition and structure, respectively. The data obtained from these investigations revealed a notable decrease in the length and diameter of the functionalized tubes. The adsorption efficiency of F-MWCNTs was examined by methylene blue removal from aqueous solutions. The results demonstrated that …

Evaluating the Anti-Obesity Effects of Chitosan in High-Fat Diet-Induced Obesity in Rat Model

Authors

Nada Shaaban Badr 3 Aml Zaki Ahmed Ghoneim,Sara Ibrahim Abdou,Emad M. Elsehly,Eman Hashem Radwan,Aml Abas Abdelrahman

Journal

Journal of Medical and Life Science

Published Date

2024/1/13

Background Chitosan oligosaccharide (COS) exhibits hypolipidemic and anti-obesity properties. Nevertheless, it remains uncertain whether its efficiency exhibits sex-specific variations. Therefore, this study seeks to fill this gap, systematically evaluating the impact of chitosan oligosaccharides across genders under obesogenic conditions. Material and methods 36 rats: 18 male, 18 female; split into 6 groups, each with equal male/female. G1 had a standard diet; G2 had a high-fat diet for 4 weeks, then standard for another 4 weeks; G3 had a high-fat diet for 4 weeks, then 500 mg/kg chitosan + standard diet for another 4 weeks. At the study's end, rats were euthanized, blood was collected for biochemical analysis, and liver tissues were excised for histological assessment. Results Male rats on a high-fat diet displayed significantly elevated body weight, triglycerides, cholesterol, lactate dehydrogenase, ALT, AST, and total protein levels, coupled with noticeable liver damage compared to female rats. However, when treated with COS, male and female rats exhibited reduced weight, lowered triglycerides, cholesterol, lactate dehydrogenase, ALT, and AST levels, and improved liver function and structure. Interestingly, these therapeutic effects were more evident in female and male rats.Conclusion The study found that COS administration to rats, especially females, reduced weight, and improved liver health, suggesting its potential gender-specific effects on a high-fat diet.

Structural and thermoelectric properties of doped Bi2Te3 crystalline alloys

Authors

AM Adam,EMM Ibrahim,NI Mohammed,Ria H Egami,Zainab MH El-Qahtani,M Saif AlDien,SA Alshelkamy,EM Elsehly,P Petkov,M Ataalla,A El-Khouly

Journal

Materials Science and Engineering: B

Published Date

2024/5/1

Bulk alloys of Bi2Te3 doped with various amounts of Se, Sb and Na were synthesized by simple melting. Structural and morphological properties have been checked using x-ray diffraction (XRD) and scanning electron microscope (SEM) observations. XRD and SEM investigations revealed that the obtained samples are of high crystallinity with the structural characteristics of the Bi2Te3 phase. Electrical and thermoelectric properties of the prepared samples were investigated over the temperature range 283–473 K. Seebeck coefficient and electrical and thermal conductivities were measured and studied as functions of temperature between 283 K and 473 K. The power factor (PF) was calculated and examined against the temperature increasing, as well. The thermoelectric figure of merit (ZT) was estimated from the materials power factor and thermal conductivity. The Sb-doped alloy exhibited the largest power factor …

The Performance of Functionalized Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotube-Based Filters for Water Treatment Applications

Authors

Emad M Elsehly,Nikolay G Chechenin

Published Date

2024/4/15

Water contamination is a crucial environmental issue, and various methods and processes have been implemented for water treatment and decontamination. Various methods have been developed for handling issues relevant to water quality. In environmental applications, particularly wastewater treatment, carbon-based nanomaterials, particularly multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWNTs), have attracted significant interest because of their large specific surface area and associated adsorption sites. Despite having previously mentioned attractive characteristics, their natural chemical structure causes them to aggregate, which restricts their practical applications. It necessitates surface modification or functionalization to reduce agglomeration and improve the dispersibility. For the purpose of purifying water, several studies have focused on covalent and non-covalent functionalization. Different functionalization procedures of MWNTs are employed to enhance the adsorption potential applications. According to several studies, functionalized MWNTs may remove up to 98% of organic contaminants and heavy metals when performing under ideal conditions. Because of their high adsorption capacity, functionalized MWNTs have been shown to be promising nanomaterials for the purification of waterways. Nevertheless, most functional carbon nanotube applications are restricted to laboratory-based research. Further research is required to determine the viability of their adsorption methods in large-scale and industrial applications.

Vanadium oxides nanostructures for adsorption of Methylene blue, vehicle exhaust and soot of ink as low carbon applications

Authors

EL-Maghraby Mohamed EL-Maghraby,Marwa H Ashery,Mohamed Elnouby,Emad M Elsehly

Journal

Results in Optics

Published Date

2024/4/9

In this study, V2O5 nanoparticles were synthesized via facile method by annealing ammonium meta vanadate at 450 °C for 1 h. The resulting nanoparticles were analyzed using X-ray diffractometer, scanning electron microscopy, and transmission electron microscopy to investigate their structural and morphological properties. The optical properties of the prepared samples were examined using UV–VIS spectrophotometry. The XRD measurements indicated an orthorhombic V2O5 structure with an average crystallite size of 21.34 nm as calculated using the Debye-Scherrer formula. The synthesized V2O5 nanoparticles showed a plate like rod structure with an average size around 55 nm through TEM and HRTEM analysis. The Urbach energy (Eu) of V2O5 was calculated to be 1.07ev. The V2O5 nano-adsorbents were tested for their effectiveness in the selective removal of MB from an aqueous medium, as well …

Structural control of V2O5 nanoparticles via a thermal decomposition method for prospective photocatalytic applications

Authors

Marwa H Ashery,Mohamed Elnouby,EM El-Maghraby,EM Elsehly

Journal

Beni-Suef University Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences

Published Date

2023/1/28

BackgroundRecently, transition-metal oxides have represented an exciting research topic, especially their fundamental and technological aspects. Here, vanadium pentoxide nanoparticles (V2O5-NPs) were synthesized through the thermal decomposition of ammonium meta-vanadate. In the current study, we investigated the photocatalytic activity of V2O5-NPs to develop and regulate the V2O5 structure for adsorption applications.ResultsThe obtained nanoparticles were inspected by X-ray diffraction, scanning electron microscope, transmission electron microscope, and differential thermogravimetric analysis, which proved the formation of the nanorod structure. The ultraviolet–visible absorption spectra revealed a 2.26 eV band gap for V2O5-NPs that correlates with indirect optical transitions. The photocatalytic activity of the V2O5-NPs was investigated by methylene blue (MB) degradation in aqueous solutions. An …

Biosorptive removal of selected metal ions from simulated wastewater using highly metal-resistant bacteria

Authors

Ali Hussain,Ali Hasan,Shahid Sherzada,Tahir Noor,Shehzad Ahmad,Mwansa Kaoma,Emad M Elsehly

Journal

Water Reuse

Published Date

2023/9/1

In the current scenario of the need for cost-effective remediation, our study aimed to assess the remedial potential of bacteria obtained from metal-rich wastewater. To simulate the conditions, we prepared wastewater containing five toxic metals (Cu, Cr, Ni, Fe, and Pb). Two types of metal-resistant bacteria were isolated from a prominent wastewater drain in Lahore, Pakistan. These isolated bacteria were thoroughly characterized, both phenotypically and genotypically. Subsequently, the isolated bacteria were exposed to the wastewater solution containing each of the aforementioned metals at a concentration of 250 ppm. The exposed isolates were then incubated for a duration of 15 days. After 5 days, we measured the uptake of metals by the bacterial isolates. Following the 15-day incubation period, we observed that the bacterial isolates demonstrated the maximum efficiency in …

Structural control of V

Authors

Marwa H Ashery,Mohamed Elnouby,EM EL‑Maghraby,EM Elsehly

Published Date

2023

Background Recently, transition‑metal oxides have represented an exciting research topic, especially their funda‑mental and technological aspects. Here, vanadium pentoxide nanoparticles (V2O5‑NPs) were synthesized through the thermal decomposition of ammonium meta‑vanadate. In the current study, we investigated the photocatalytic activ‑ity of V2O5‑NPs to develop and regulate the V2O5 structure for adsorption applications. Results The obtained nanoparticles were inspected by X‑ray diffraction, scanning electron microscope, transmission electron microscope, and differential thermogravimetric analysis, which proved the formation of the nanorod struc‑ture. The ultraviolet–visible absorption spectra revealed a 2.26 eV band gap for V2O5‑NPs that correlates with indirect optical transitions. The photocatalytic activity of the V2O5‑NPs was investigated by methylene blue (MB) degradation in aqueous solutions. An initial concentration of 25 ppm, a temperature of 40 C, 40 mg of adsorbent mass, and 1 h of contact time were the optimal conditions for the efficient removal of MB that could reach up to 92.4%. The mecha‑nism of MB photocatalytic degradation by V2O5‑NPs is explained. Conclusions The photodegradation data better fit with the Langmuir isotherm model. The thermodynamic param‑eters indicated that the adsorption was spontaneous and endothermic. The reaction kinetics followed the pseudo‑second‑order model. Thermally prepared V2O5‑NPs offer a simple and efficient approach for selective MB removal from an aqueous medium.

Advancements in saline water treatment: a review

Authors

V Somashekar,A Vivek Anand,V Hariprasad,Emad M Elsehly,Mofwe Kapulu

Published Date

2023/9/1

The growing population and increasing water demand necessitate exploring alternative sources of water, including saline water. Saline water treatment technologies have undergone significant advancements in recent years, enabling the production of potable water from seawater and brackish water. This review provides an overview of the current state of saline water treatment technologies, including desalination and membrane-based processes. The advantages and limitations of each technology and their suitability for different applications are discussed. Recent advancements in materials and techniques that have led to improvements in energy efficiency, productivity, and cost-effectiveness of these technologies are highlighted. Finally, the future directions and challenges in the field of saline water treatment are outlined.

Structural properties of non-stoichiometric Fe–Ti–Sn and Fe–V–Al Heusler alloys

Authors

Aleksandr Khovailo,Aidar Murtazin,Evgeniy Kolesnikov,Efim Argunov,Dmitry Karpenkov,Aleksandr Shubin,Irina Bazhenova,Aleksandra Khvan,Aleksei Bogach,EM Elsehly

Journal

MRS Advances

Published Date

2023/8

It was suggested recently [Anand et al., Energy Env. Sci. 11 (2018) 1480] that single-phase half-Heusler compounds can be obtained from structurally unstable alloys having 19 valence electrons by introducing defects to adjust their valence electrons count to 18. In our work we extend this approach to Fe–V–Al and Fe–Ti–Sn full-Heusler alloys. Structural investigation of the prepared alloys indicated that the non-stoichiometric Fe–Ti–Sn with nominal VEC = 18 is a multiphase compound while the non-stoichiometric Fe–V–Al exists as a single-phase compound. Crystal structure of the studied Fe–V–Al was found to be cubic with the lattice parameter a = 0.5815 nm, which is slightly larger as compared to the stoichiometric Fe2VAl full-Heusler alloy. Our finding opens up a new window for the design of previously unknown thermoelectric Heusler alloys. Graphical abstract

Thermoelectric performance of Fe2VAl/CNT-based alloys

Authors

EM Elsehly,A El-Khouly,V Khovaylo,AM Adam,Abeer S Altowyan,Bandar Adel Alruqi,Haifa S Alqannas

Journal

Thermal Science

Published Date

2023

Heusler-type Fe2AlVxTi1-x alloys offer an alternative solution for the generation of thermoelectric power near room temperature. In the current research, thermoelectric properties of the p-type Fe2AlV0.9Ti0.1 and Fe2AlV0.9Ti0.1/CNT alloys, prepared by SPS, were studied. Carbon nanotubes (CNT) were used as dopants to improve the seebeck coefficient and electrical conductivity. Upon doping with CNT, the thermal conductivity was significantly reduced, meanwhile, the value of the power factor increased from 0.45 to 1.55 mW/mK2 at around 330 K. The effect of CNT inclusions on the thermoelectric parameters of Fe2AlVxTi 1-x compounds was systematically studied. When compared to Fe2AlV0.9Ti0.1, which had a figure of merit of just 0.02 at 330 K, the CNT-containing samples showed a significantly improved figure of merit up to 0.07. We offer a novel technique to improve the performance of Fe2AlV alloys.

Transport and thermoelectric properties of melt spinning synthesized M2FeNiSb2 (M= Ti, Hf) double half Heusler alloys

Authors

Mohamed Asran Hassan,A El-Khouly,EM Elsehly,Eman N Almutib,Samah K Elshamndy,I Serhiienko,EV Argunov,A Sedegov,D Karpenkov,D Pashkova,M Gorshenkov,A Novitskii,A Voronin,V Kostishyn,V Khovaylo,AM Adam

Journal

Materials Research Bulletin

Published Date

2023/8/1

In this study, we report on structural and thermoelectric properties of novel Heusler compounds Hf2FeNiSb2 and Ti2FeNiSb2. Polycrystalline samples were successfully synthesized by arc melting and melt spinning techniques and consolidated by spark plasma sintering method. The studied compounds were found to crystallize in a face centered cubic crystal structure, as can be judged by superstructural reflections, clearly seen on the X-ray diffraction patterns. Morphology and grain sizes were examined by SEM analysis, showing homogeneity and high density of grains in the synthesized samples. Electrical conductivity and Seebeck coefficient were investigated in a range of temperatures between 300 and 900 K. Thermal conductivity was measured in the same temperature range and found to be significantly lower than that previously reported for related half-Heusler alloys such as TiCoSb. The thermoelectric …

Controlled synthesis of MWCNTs/V2O5 nanocomposite by hydrothermal approach for adsorption and photodegradation processes

Authors

Marwa H. Ashery,E. M. Elsehly,Mohamed Elnouby,E. M. EL-Maghraby

Journal

Water Science and Technology

Published Date

2023/11/7

The current paper outlines the synthesis of pristine multi-wall carbon nanotubes (PMWCNTs)/Vanadium pentoxide V2O5 and functionalized multi-wall carbon nanotubes (FMWCNTs)/V2O5 nanocomposite for photocatalytic applications. The FMWCNTs were obtained by the oxidizing agents (H2SO4 and HNO3) to introduce the oxygenated functional groups. The samples were synthesized by hydrothermal approach and investigated by X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), transmission electron microscopy (TEM), energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy analysis (EDX), and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR). The photocatalytic activity of multi-wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs), FMWCNTs/V2O5, and PMWCNTs/V2O5 nanocomposites was assessed via methylene blue (MB) degradation from water under visible light. The results demonstrated that …

Annealing effect on the thermoelectric properties of multiwall carbon nanotubes

Authors

EM Elsehly,EMM Ibrahim,Medhat A El-Hadek,A El-Khouly,V Khovaylo,ZM Elqahtani,NG Chechenin,AM Adam

Journal

Physica E: Low-dimensional Systems and Nanostructures

Published Date

2023/1/1

In this article, it is demonstrated that transport properties and thus thermoelectric performance of multiwall carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) can be enhanced significantly by annealing. Two different samples of MWCNTs with small and large diameters were investigated. The as-prepared MWCNT samples were treated at different conditions of annealing. The pristine and annealed MWCNTs were investigated using x-ray diffraction, Raman spectroscopy and scanning electron microscope in order to investigate the microstructure, defect content and morphology before and after the annealing process. The electrical conductivity, Seebeck coefficient and thermal conductivity were measured over the temperature range of (300–450 K) and were found to correlate with the tube diameter and the annealing conditions. The electrical conductivity and Seebeck coefficient measurements show that the conduction mechanism in …

Surface antibacterial activity of multi-walled carbon nanotubes with an intrinsic and radiation-induced disorder

Authors

EM Elsehly,AP Evseev,EA Vorobyeva,Yu V Balakshin,AV Nazarov,AV Stepanov,AI Dimitrieva,AP Popov,AV Kovalenko,DS Yumanov,S Abo-Neima,NG Chechenin,AA Shemukhin

Journal

Diamond and Related Materials

Published Date

2023/6/1

Various nanostructured materials have been assessed for their ability to prevent bacterial growth. This paper reports the effects of intrinsic defects and ion irradiation on the antibacterial activity of multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWNTs) against Escherichia coli (E. coli). The results suggested that 0.4 mg/ml of irradiated MWNTs (R-MWNTs) is the optimal dose for maximal inhibition, with an inhibition rate of 92.5 %. The bactericidal performance of R-MWNTs was confirmed by the dielectric conductivity, bacterial growth, and surface wettability measurements. E. coli was sensitive to R-MWNTs by forming a 35 mm inhibitory zone at a dose of 0.4 mg/ml. The length and diameter of the R-MWNTs were significantly reduced compared to the initial samples. As indicated by transmission electron microscopy, R-MWNTs can biologically separate the pathogen cells from their environment, resulting in cell death. The …

Thermoelectric Properties of Zr-Doped FeV0.64Hf0.16Ti0.2Sb Half-Heusler Alloys

Authors

Hany M Abd El-Lateef,AM Adam,AK Diab,Mohamed Asran Hassan,EM Elsehly,V Khovaylo,A El-Khouly

Journal

Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance

Published Date

2023/10/18

Alloys of FeVSb and FeV0.64−xZrxHf0.16Ti0.2Sb half-Heusler materials have been prepared by successive arc melting and mechanical alloying (MA). FeVSb alloy was doped with V, Hf and Ti besides Zr that was used as dopant, replacing the positions of V atoms. Crystal structure and thermoelectric properties have been investigated before and after Zr doping. The crystal structure and morphology investigations have been successfully performed for all samples in this study. Transport and thermoelectric properties were investigated against temperature over a temperature range from 300 to 700 K. Electrical conductivity of the doped samples showed metallic-like behavior, while the FeV0.64Hf0.16Ti0.2Sb alloy exhibited a semiconducting trend. The parent FeVSb alloy exhibited n-type conduction. However, the sign has changed to a positive one after doping in the FeVSb lattice. Mass fluctuations followed by a …

Outstanding optical properties of thermally grown (Bi2Se3) 1-x (Bi2Te3) x thin films

Authors

AM Adam,AK Diab,Mohamed Tolan,ZMH El-Qahtani,AA Refaat,Medhat A El-Hadek,EM Elsehly,A El-Khouly,Abdulaziz N Alharbi,V Khovaylo,M Ataalla

Journal

Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing

Published Date

2022/6/1

Thin layers of (Bi2Se3)1-x(Bi2Te3)x samples were prepared by vacuum thermal evaporation technique. Starting materials are bulk alloys of good crystallinity. Characterization and optical properties of the synthesized films are discussed. Structure properties, surface features and roughness of the deposited films are probed via XRD, SEM and HRTEM techniques, which confirmed perfect crystallinity and nano-scalability of the samples. Transmission and reflection spectra attested that all prepared films have a growing transparency upon increasing the wavelength beyond the infra-red region, with optical band gap energy varies between 0.72 and 0.91 eV. Interesting absorption is detected in the visible light region. Enhancement of light transmission in layered bismuth chalcogenides is achieved through incorporation of Bi2Te3 into the (Bi2Se3)1-x(Bi2Te3)x system at x = 0.20. A maximum transmittance of 81.5% was …

Carbon nanotube-based filters for heavy metal removal and their effect on the aquatic conditions of freshwater bivalves in River Nile, Egypt

Authors

Emad M Elsehly,Aml Ghonim

Journal

Egyptian Journal of Chemistry

Published Date

2022/4/1

Chemically functionalized multi-walled carbon nanotubes (F-MWNTs) offer a lot of potential as a novel effective filter due to their unique qualities such as chemical stability, thermal permanence, and high surface area. This study aims to investigate the efficiency of F-MWNTs filters to improve the aquatic conditions for the freshwater bivalve, Mutela singularis (M. singularis). It was shown that the removal performance of F-MWNTs filters for the heavy metals Co, Cu, Fe, Pb, and Zn is favorable at high pH, while Cd, Ni, and Cr are removed at low pH from aqueous solutions. F-MWNTs-based filters removed 99.8% of copper with a 5 μg/L concentration at pH=10. The mechanisms underlying F-MWNT filtration as a feature of pH were discussed. The histological and biochemical composition of M. singularis was studied before and after the use of F-MWNT filters. M. singularis samples in purified conditions had a high standard of structure, as well as a large increase in carbohydrate, lipid, and protein content, for example, the protein increased by 45%. The advancement of wastewater treatment with F-MWNT filters has high expectations. Our research contributes significantly to water treatment applications, and to the potential feeding fields.

Optimized thermoelectric performance in thin (Bi2Se3) 1− x (Bi2Te3) x alloyed films

Authors

AM Adam,AK Diab,M Ataalla,Maged F Alotaibi,Abdulaziz N Alharbi,EM Elsehly

Journal

Journal of Alloys and Compounds

Published Date

2022/3/25

Herein, thin films of (Bi2Se3)1−x(Bi2Te3)x were synthesized by thermal evaporation in high vacuum using highly crystalline bulk samples of Bi2Se3 alloyed with Bi2Te3. Preparation and characterization together with probing the thermoelectric properties of thin (Bi2Se3)1−x(Bi2Te3)x films are discussed in this article. Crystal structure, surface morphology, roughness and lattice features of the deposited films were probed via XRD, SEM and HRTEM techniques, which confirmed the perfect crystallinity and the nano-scalability of the prepared thin films. Thermoelectric measurements were carried out for the as-deposited films within a temperature range of 300–473 K. Seebeck coefficient of the studied samples is about two times larger than that of the previously reported bulk samples. The highest power factor was recorded at 131 μW/m K2 at 473 K. The high value of the power factor shows that the materials under the …

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Crystal structure and thermoelectric properties of bulk polycrystalline (SbxBi1-x) 2Se3 alloys

The performance of multi-walled carbon nanotubes-based filters with acid functionalization for enhanced methylene blue removal from water resources

Evaluating the Anti-Obesity Effects of Chitosan in High-Fat Diet-Induced Obesity in Rat Model

Structural and thermoelectric properties of doped Bi2Te3 crystalline alloys

The Performance of Functionalized Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotube-Based Filters for Water Treatment Applications

Vanadium oxides nanostructures for adsorption of Methylene blue, vehicle exhaust and soot of ink as low carbon applications

Structural control of V2O5 nanoparticles via a thermal decomposition method for prospective photocatalytic applications

Biosorptive removal of selected metal ions from simulated wastewater using highly metal-resistant bacteria

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The research interests of Emad M. Elsehly are: Carbon nanotubes synthesis and applications, Quantum field theory

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Emad M. Elsehly has 381 citations in total.

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The co-authors of Emad M. Elsehly are E. M. M. Ibrahim, Denis Pankratov.

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