Aftab Aslam Parwaz Khan

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This paper describes a reliable and sensitive method for sensing dissolved acetone using doped nanomaterials. Large-scale synthesis of ZnO nanorods (NRs) doped with Co 3 O 4 was accomplished by a solvothermal method at low temperature. The doped NRs were characterized in terms of their morphological, structural , and optical properties by using(More)
Technology always has been an indispensible part in the development of biosensors. The performance of biosensors is being tremendously improved using new materials as transducer as well as binding material in their construction. The use of new materials allowed innovation on transduction technology in biosensor preparations. Because of the submicron(More)
Cu-doped ZnO nanopowders and their composites of polypyrole (PPY)/CZO were prepared by a gel combustion method and an in-situ polymerization process, respectively. The synthesized nanocomposite are characterized by X-ray powder diffractometry (XRD), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), FTIR, and TGA studies. Then the PPY/CZO/AgE nanocomposites were used for(More)
Poly(o-anisidine) molybdophosphate was expediently obtained by sol-gel mixing of Poly(o-anisidine) into the inorganic matrices of molybdophosphate, which was allowed to react with silver nitrate to the formation of poly(o-anisidine) molybdophosphate embedded silver nano composite. The composite was characterized by Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy,(More)
Graphene oxide/carbon nanotube/poly (O-toluidine) (GO-CNT-POT) nanocomposite was prepared by a situ polymerization method and characterized by X-ray powder diffractometry (XRD) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). The antibacterial activity of the obtained GO-CNT-POT nanocomposite was also evaluated against Gram positive bacteria Bacillus subtilis, Gram(More)
Natural bituminous coal was used as a precursor in the synthesis of different modified products. The modification of coal was performed by treating it with nitric acid (N-coal), coating its surface by zinc oxide nanoparticles (Z-coal), and converting it into porous graphite (PG). The effect of modification processes on the structures, morphologies, and(More)
A simple, sensitive, and rapid method based on ion association, for the determination of FLD has been developed. Flutamide (FLD) can react with Cu(II) to form 1:1 cationic chelate at pH 2.2–7.0 Mclivaine buffer medium, which can further react with anionic surfactants (AS) such as sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS), sodium lauryl sulfonate (SLS) and sodium(More)
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