Expert in Industrial Chemical Production, Natural Gas Conversion to Liquid Fuels, Fine Chemicals, and Energy e
Expert ID: 723505 Virginia, USA
Activation analysis is a very sensitive analytical technique useful for nuclear testing. This technique could be performed either by neutron (NAA), or by photons (PAA). Both techniques perform qualitative and quantitative multi-elemental analysis. It is possible to determine elemental analysis regardless of the oxidation state of the chemical composition and the physical characteristic of the sample.
Gasoline additives increase gasoline's octane rating or act as corrosion inhibitors or lubricators, thus allowing the use of higher compression ratios for greater efficiency and power, however some carry heavy environmental risks. Types of additives include metal deactivators, corrosion inhibitors, oxygenates and antioxidants.
An addition reaction, in chemistry, is in its simplest terms an organic reaction where two or more molecules combine to form a larger one.
There are two main types of polar addition reactions:
Other non-polar addition reactions exists as well:
Free radical addition
Addition reactions are limited to chemical compounds that have multiple-bonded atoms:
Molecules with carbon-carbon double bonds or triple bonds
Molecules with carbon - hetero double bonds like C=O or C=N
An addition reaction is the opposite of an elimination reaction. For instance the hydration reaction of an alkenes and the dehydration of an alcohol are addition-elimination pairs
The functional group of alkyl halides is a carbon-halogen bond, the common halogens being fluorine, chlorine, bromine and iodine.
Alkylation is the transfer of an alkyl group from one molecule to another. The alkyl group may be transferred as an alkyl carbocation, a free radical or a carbanion (or their equivalents).
Chemists who are involved in any aspect of laboratory or manufacturing operations concerned with the preparation of organic compounds and who wish to acquire a stronger background in the methods of organic synthesis and the strategies by which syntheses of organic compounds may be designed. The course will be invaluable to chemists at any level of training (B.S., M.S., or Ph.D.) who need a refresher or who feel their knowledge is becoming out of date. Relatively recent Ph.D.'s in organic chemistry are less likely to benefit from the course. Registrants are encouraged to bring a small set of molecular models for use in the course.
Organosilicon compounds are chemical compounds containing carbon silicon bonds. Organosilicon chemistry is the corresponding science exploring the properties and reactivity of organosilicon compounds. Like carbon, organosilicon compounds are tetravalent and tetrahedral. Unlike carbon, silicon is not found in any biomolecules.
Charles Friedel and James Crafts discovered the first organosilicon compound, tetraethylsilane in 1863 by reaction of tetrachlorosilane with diethyl zinc. Discovered in 1893, the simplest marriage between silicon and carbon is silicon carbide, which has many industrial applications.
Organosulfur compounds are organic compounds that contain sulfur (sulfur). They are often associated with foul odors, but ironically many of the sweetest compounds known are organosulfur derivatives. Nature abounds with organosulfur compounds - sulfur is essential for life. Two of the 20 common amino acids are organosulfur compounds. Fossil fuels, coal, petroleum, and natural gas, which are derived from ancient organisms, necessarily contain organosulfur compounds, the removal of which is a major focus on oil refineries.
Sulfur shares the chalcogen group with oxygen, and it is expected that organosulfur compounds have similarities with carbon-oxygen compounds, which is true to some extent. A classical chemical test for the detection of sulfur compounds is the Carius halogen method.
Organometallic compounds are also known as organo-inorganics, metallo-organics and metalorganics. Organometallic compounds are distinguished by the prefix "organo-" e.g. organopalladium compounds. Examples of such organometallic compounds include all Gilman and Grignard reagents, which contain lithium and copper, and magnesium respectively. Tetracarbonyl nickel, and ferrocene are examples of organometallic compounds containing transition metals. In addition to the traditional metals and semimetals, elements such as boron, silicon, arsenic, and selenium are considered to form organometallic compounds. Examples include organomagnesium compounds such as iodo (methyl) magnesium MeMgI, diethylmagnesium (Et2Mg); organolithium compounds such as butyllithium (BuLi), organozinc compounds such as chloro (ethoxycarbonylmethyl) zinc (ClZnCH2C (=O) OEt); organocopper compounds such as lithium dimethylcuprate (Li+[CuMe2]–); and organoborane compounds such as triethylborane (Et3B).
Many organometallic compounds exist in biological systems. For example, hemoglobin and myoglobin contain an iron center bonded to a porphyrin ring; magnesium is the center of a chlorin ring in chlorophyll. The specialized field of such inorganic compounds is known as bioinorganic chemistry. A class of organic compounds containing a ring structure made up of more than one kind of atom, usually carbon plus another atom. The ring structure can be aromatic or nonaromatic.
Hydrodesulfurization (HDS) catalysts typically consist of small clusters of molybdenum disulfide with low concentrations of cobalt or nickel additives that serve to promote chemical reaction. Some catalyst formulations use tungsten disulfide. Treating heavy crude oil fractions with hydrogen in the presence of HDS catalysts strips the raw material of environmental pollutants by converting sulfur-containing molecules to volatile hydrogen sulfide.
Expert is a fine chemical scientist specializing in multi-step custom synthesis of compounds that are not commercially available. He synthesizes novel and rare organic chemicals in the scale ranging from milligram to multi-kilogram quantities.
A chemical intermediate is any chemical substance produced during the conversion of some reactant to a product. Most synthetic processes involve transformation of some readily available and often inexpensive substance to some desired product through a succession of steps. All the substances generated by one step and used for the succeeding step are considered intermediates.
For a Paint Manufacturing company, Expert discusses Ethylsilicates production with a client. Expert consulted for a Sugar Factory, researching side products and recycling.For a company in Oil and Lube manufacturing, Expert discussed Benton activation, and important additives modification. Expert has provided Zeolites characterization, modification and specification. Expert provided support for Natural gas conversion OCM processes.
Expert may consult nationally and internationally, and is also local to the following cities: Baltimore, Maryland - Frederick, Maryland - Gaithersburg, Maryland - Bowie, Maryland - Richmond, Virginia - Alexandria, Virginia
|Year: 1983||Degree: PhD.||Subject: Oragnic Chemistry||Institution: State University of New York|
|Year: 1976||Degree: Msc||Subject: Organic Chemistry||Institution: E.N.M.U, New Mexico|
|Year: 1963||Degree: BS||Subject: Chemistry||Institution: Tehran University|
|Years: 2000 to Present||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: Scientific Advisor&Consultant||Department: Consultant /Scientist||Responsibilities: He is consulting to industy, teaching, and advising in the academic world, and recently has been working in energy inovation.|
|Years: 2002 to 2004||Employer: NVCC, Montgomery College||Title: Undisclosed||Department: Chemistry||Responsibilities: He was Teaching, consulting, and advising college level students.|
|Years: 2001 to 2002||Employer: Southern Illinois University||Title: Undisclosed||Department: Chemistry||Responsibilities: He was teaching chemistry, researched, and advised chemical industries.|
|Years: 1989 to 2000||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: Head of projects/Advanced Research.||Department: Undisclosed||Responsibilities: He conducted chemical research, Headed Projects, became a Departmental advisor, and consulting work.|
|Years: 1983 to 1989||Employer: Zahedan University||Title: Professor||Department: Chemistry||Responsibilities: He was a professor of chemistry, doing chemical research in his field of studies/and consulting local work places+ Deputy manager for research.|
|Years: 1963 to 1974||Agency: Ministry of Education /Iran||Role: Teacher/consultant||Description: He was teaching all levels of chemistry and consulting chemical research.|
|Years: 1976 to 1978||Agency: Ministry of higher Education||Role: Instructor/consulting chemical research||Description: He was Laboratory coordinator and researcher.|
|Years: 1983 to 1989||Agency: University of Balouchestan||Role: Faculty/consulting||Description: He was teaching chemistry, doing chemical research, and consulting|
|Years: 1990 to 2000||Agency: Oil industry research Center||Role: Head of department and project director||Description: He wsa a researcher, project director in the Oil Industry Research Center, and consulting.|
|Years||Country / Region||Summary|
|Years: 2005 to 2006||Country / Region: International||Summary: He was giving consultation to an international marketing company fo the sales of their crude oil and refined derivitives.|
|Associations / Societies|
| Expert was the founder and executive member of the Iranian Chemical Society.
He was a professor of Chemistry, Vice Chancellor for research, and the head of graduate studies in Iran. He was a postdoctoral and associate researcher at state University of New York, Binghamton NY. Distinguished professor of Chemistry at the State University of New York. Expert was faculty member at the departments of Chemistry and Biochemistry; at Southern Illinois University (SIU) in Carbondale Illinois, NOVA Colleges of Virginia, and Montgomery College of MD. Expert is consultant with the Industries and Academic centers in the United State.
|Licenses / Certifications|
|ACS member, State of Virginia licensor, PhD, Professional applied chemist. State of virginia teaching licensor, and State of Virginia Realtors's Association.|
|Scholar, Editor, Board member, Deputy Manager, Advisor, Consultant,|
|Awards / Recognition|
|Some domestic recognitions.|
|Publications and Patents Summary|
|Expert is the author of Chemistry textbooks in Farsi in Iran and holds several patents about Natural Gas Conversions to Liquid Fuel.|
|Expert Witness Experience|
|He is known for his studies of synthesis, application, and manufacturing of fine chemicals, catalysts, and energy expert.|
|Training / Seminars|
|He has been the organizer of many seminars national and international and has attended several international conferences.|
|Renewable energy intrest, Petroleum industry expert,|
|Other Relevant Experience|
|He is the patent holders of oil industry research center of Tehran Iran. He has been supervising projects which were mainly involved with the synthesis, nano scale technology, energy coservation and environmetal research.
For example; Gold derivitives, for the purpose of drug delivery in to the biological systems.
Fields of Expertise
addition reaction, activation analysis, gasoline additive, chemical reaction, alkyl halide, alkylation, synthetic organic chemistry, applied organic chemistry, industrial chemical production, organosilicon chemistry, organosulfur chemistry, organometallic chemistry, heterocyclic compound synthesis, heterocyclic compound, desulfurization, fine chemical, fine chemical intermediate, fine chemical licensing, fine chemical production, fine organic synthesis, chemical intermediate, natural gas sales, industrial gas manufacturing, paint manufacturing, chemical analysis instrumentation design, chiral synthesis, heavy fuel oil, aromatic compound synthesis, industrial chemistry, boron analysis, industrial chemical toxicology, aromatic ester, analytical test, coupling agent, derivatization, chlorobenzene production, analytical chemistry instrument, chemical instrument, cycloaddition, microchemical analysis, gas chromatography/mass spectrometry, chemical toxicity, fatty alcohol chemical analysis, fractionating column, distillation column, analytical standard, hydrocarbon analysis, gasoline corrosion, gasoline storage, aromatic compound catalytic hydrogenation, chemical process control instrumentation, thermal cracking, chemical technology innovation, chemical technology, industrial chemical toxicity, heavy metal toxicity, epoxide group, chemical research and development, applied chemistry, carbonation process, aromatic isocyanate, wet chemical analysis, organochlorine chemistry, benzophenone, chemical production, chemical product environmental effect, chemical testing laboratory, chemical analysis separation, organic functional group analysis, petroleum hydrogenation, quantitative chemical analysis, qualitative chemical analysis, chemical reagent, analytical reagent, organophosphorus chemistry, batch petroleum refining, petroleum processing, dechlorination, hydrocracking, chemical process, analysis technique, chemical synthesis, aromatic compound, aromatic ketone, trace analysis, qualitative organic chemistry, petrochemistry, organic chemistry, on-line chemical analysis, industrial solvent, industrial chemical, gasoline, electrochemical analysis, detergent, deionization, crude oil, crown ether chemistry, cleaning agent, chromatography, chemistry, chemical recovery, chemical analysis, catalytic cracking, catalysis, carbocation chemistry, carbanion chemistry, biochemistry, aromatic hydrocarbon, aromatic amine, aromatic aldehyde, aromatic acid, analytical chemistry