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Antifungal activities and chemical composition of some medicinal plants.
Investigation of the antifungal activities of the essential oils of some medicinal plants showed that natural antimicrobial substances are inexpensive and have fewer side effects, they convey potential for implementation in fungal pathogenic systems. Expand
Kinetic study of carbon dioxide hydrate formation in presence of silver nanoparticles and SDS
Abstract The effects of synthetized silver nanoparticles and sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) on carbon dioxide hydrate formation rate and storage capacity have been studied in this work. AqueousExpand
Effect of synthesized silver nanoparticles in promoting methane hydrate formation at 4.7 MPa and 5.7 MPa
Abstract Using gas hydrates as materials for storage and transportation of natural gas have attracted much attention in recent years. However, there are two barriers in industrializing this newExpand
Kinetics of (TBAF + CO2) semi-clathrate hydrate formation in the presence and absence of SDS
In this communication, the impacts of adding SDS (sodium dodecyl sulfate), TBAF (tetra-n-butylammonium fluoride) and the mixture of SDS + TBAF on the main kinetic parameters of CO2 hydrate formationExpand
Essential oil analysis and Antibacterial activities of some medicinal plants
The finding supported the notion that plant essential oils composition or total extract may have a role as pharmaceuticals and preservatives effects as safely and effective drugs with low resistance against microorganisms. Expand
Dissociation Data of Semiclathrate Hydrates for the Systems of Tetra‑n‑butylammonium Fluoride (TBAF) + Methane + Water, TBAF + Carbon Dioxide + Water, and TBAF + Nitrogen + Water
One of the limitations in the process of hydrate formation to benefit its positive application is high pressure and low temperature conditions. Design and construction of a unit with the aforementi...
Thermodynamic modeling of the dissociation conditions of hydrogen sulfide clathrate hydrate in the presence of aqueous solution of inhibitor (alcohol, salt or ethylene glycol)
Abstract Hydrate dissociation conditions of hydrogen sulfide in the presence of aqueous solution of thermodynamic inhibitor (methanol, ethanol, ethylene glycol, NaCl, KCl and CaCl 2 ) is modeled inExpand
The equilibrium conditions, hydrate formation and dissociation rate and storage capacity of ethylene hydrate in presence of 1,4-dioxane
Abstract The effect of 1,4-dioxane on ethylene hydrate was investigated at three additive molar concentrations of 2.78%, 5.56% and 8.34%. The equilibrium conditions for hydrate dissociation wereExpand
Induction time, storage capacity, and rate of methane hydrate formation in the presence of SDS and silver nanoparticles
ABSTRACT In this communication, the kinetic parameters of methane hydrate formation (induction time, quantity and rate of gas uptake, storage capacity (SC), and apparent rate constant) in theExpand
Phase equilibria of semiclathrate hydrates for methane + tetra n-butylammonium chloride (TBAC), carbon dioxide + TBAC, and nitrogen + TBAC aqueous solution systems
Abstract The equilibria of semiclathrate hydrates for the systems of tetra-n-butylammonium chloride (TBAC) + water + gas (methane, carbon dioxide, or nitrogen) and TBAC + water were measured. TheExpand