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Akbar Mobinikhaledi

Akbar Mobinikhaledi

Academic rank: Professor
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9732-7282
Education: PhD.
ScopusId: 6701730547
Faculty: Science
Address: Arak University


An application study of MnCoFe2 O4 @PEG‑4000 (MCF@PEG‑4000) MNPs as a catalyst in the synthesis of hexahydroquinolines and benzopyrans and as an nano‑adsorbent for the removal of Cu (II) and Fe (III) ions in aqueous solutions
Magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs) · Nanostructured adsorbent · Nanostructured catalyst · Hexahydroquinolines and benzopyrans · Adsorptive removal of Cu (II) · Fe (III) ions
Journal Journal of Nanoparticle Research
Researchers NAJMIEH AHADI ، Akbar Mobinikhaledi ، rezvan Mohammadi housini


The novel MnCoFe2O4@PEG-4000 was synthesized by a simple and clean method. These nanoparticles have an almost spherical structure with an average diameter of about 21.95 nm, a satura- tion magnetization (Ms) of about 26.31 emu/g, and a thermal stability of about 100 °C. The application of these nanoparticles as a reusable green catalyst in the synthesis of hexahydroquinolines and benzo- pyrans and also as a nano-adsorbent for the removal of copper (II) (Cu (II)) and iron (III) (Fe (III)) metal ions in aqueous solutions was investigated. The use of a relatively green solvent, short reaction times, and high yield of products under optimal conditions are some of the advantages of these synthetic proce- dures for the preparation of hexahydroquinolines and benzopyrans in the presence of MCF@PEG-4000 MNPs as a catalyst. The adsorptive removal progress was optimized at pH = 7, the adsorbent dosage of 10 mg, and a contact time of 30 min. For the removal of