Dr Jaber Jahanbin Sardroodi PhD in Physical Chemistry Education 1995 (1374) Bu Ali Sina University Hamedan Pure Chemistry 1998 (1377) University of Tbariz Physical Chemistry 2003 (1382) University of Tbariz Physical Chemistry Research Fields Experimental determination and theoretical study of thermodynamic and transport properties of solutions and mixtures including electrolytes and non-electrolytes; Liquid-Liquid extraction; Phase equilibrium problems; Calculation of thermodynamic properties by molecular mechanic calculations; Nano Thermodynamics

MSc Dissertation measurement of the vapor pressure of solutions of some lithium salts in ethanol using isopiestic method at 25c PhD Dissertation measurement and modeling of activity and densities of solutions of some 2 :1 salts in ethanol List of Publications 1 .M.T.zafarani-moatter and J.J.sardroodi, fluid phase equilibria, 1999, 166, 207:

Isopiestic Determination of Osmotic Coefficients and Evaluation of Vapor Pressures for Electrolyte Solutions of Some Lithium Salts in Ethanol

2. M.T.zafarani-moatter and J.J.sardroodi, fluid phase equilibria, 2000, 172, 221:

Measurement and Correlation of Osmotic Coefficients and Evaluation of Vapor Pressures for Solutions of CaCl2 and Ca(NO3)2 in Ethanol at 298 K

Isopiestic Determination of Osmotic Coefficients and Evaluation of Vapor Pressures for Solutions of Calcium Chloride and Calcium Nitrate in Methanol at 298.15 K

4. M.T.zafarani-moatter and J.J.sardroodi, J. chem. Eng. Data, 2003, 48, 308:

Isopiestic and Volumetric Study of CuCl2 + Ethanol at 25 °C

5. M.T.zafarani-moatter and J.J.sardroodi, fluid phase equilibria, 2003, 209, 1:

Extension of self-consistent local-composition models for correlation of densities of aqueous electrolyte solutions

6. J.J.sardroodi, M. H. Sadr, M. T. Zafarani-Moattar:

Correlation of the osmotic coefficients of the solutions of 1:1 salts in methanol by modified local composition models at 298.15 K

7. J.J.sardroodi and M. T. Zafarani-Moattar, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 2004, 226, 91:

Extension of some local composition models for correlation of the apparent molal volume of aqueous electrolytes at 298.15K

8. J.J.sardroodi and M. T. Zafarani-Moattar, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 2005, 231, 61:

Apparent molal volumes of the solutions of CaCl2 and Ca(NO3)2 in ethanol at 298.15: experimental data and correlation by local composition models

9. J.J.sardroodi and M. T. Zafarani-Moattar, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 2005, 230, 64:

Vapor pressures and apparent molal volumes of the solutions of ZnCl2 in ethanol at 298.15K

10. A. Salabat, L. Shamshiri and J.J.sardroodi, J. chem. Eng. Data, 2005, 50, 154:

Liquid-Liquid Equilibrium Data, Viscosities, and Densities of Aqueous Mixtures of Poly(propylene glycol) with Tri-sodium Citrate at 298.15 K

11. J. J. sardroodi, S. M. Seyedahmadian, M. Esmaili J. Iranian Chemical Society, Submitted Article:

Osmotic Coefficients of the Solutions of 2 and 1-Naphthol in Methanol and Ethanol at 298.15 K

12. J. J. sardroodi, S. M. Seyedahmadian, M. Hossaini Sadr and Y. Kazemi Fluid Phase Equilibria, Accepted Article: Isopiestic Study of the Solutions of MnCl2, CoCl2 and NiCl2 in Methanol and Ethanol at 298.15 K 13. J. J. sardroodi, S. M. Seyedahmadian, G. Paqzuli, M. Hossaini Sadr and M. Esmaili, CALPHAD, Submitted article, Osmotic and Activity Coefficients in the Solutions of 1 and 2-Naphthol in Methanol and Ethanol at 298.15 K

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