Fawwaz Khalili
Fawwaz Khalili
Professor of Inorganic and Nuclear Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, The University of Jordan
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Efficiency and mechanism of stabilization/solidification of Pb (II), Cd (II), Cu (II), Th (IV) and U (VI) in metakaolin based geopolymers
BI El-Eswed, OM Aldagag, FI Khalili
Applied Clay Science 140, 148-156, 2017
Stabilization/solidification of heavy metals in kaolin/zeolite based geopolymers
BI El-Eswed, RI Yousef, M Alshaaer, I Hamadneh, SI Al-Gharabli, F Khalili
International journal of mineral processing 137, 34-42, 2015
ِAdsorption of lead, zinc and cadmium ions on polyphosphate-modified kaolinite clay
MW Amer, FI Khalili, AM Awwad
Analysis of the removal of lead (II) from aqueous solutions by adsorption onto insolubilized humic acid: temperature and pH dependence
H Baker, F Khalili
Analytica Chimica Acta 516 (1-2), 179-186, 2004
The influence of using Jordanian natural zeolite on the adsorption, physical, and mechanical properties of geopolymers products
RI Yousef, B El-Eswed, M Alshaaer, F Khalili, H Khoury
Journal of Hazardous materials 165 (1-3), 379-387, 2009
Adsorption of Cu(II), Ni(II) and Zn(II) ions by nano kaolinite: Thermodynamics and kinetics studies
FIKAMA Aisha Muthana Alasadi
Chemistry International 5 (4), 258-268, 2019
Adsorption of humic acid on bentonite
M Salman, B El-Eswed, F Khalili
Applied Clay Science 38 (1-2), 51-56, 2007
Adsorption of uranium (VI) and thorium (IV) by insolubilized humic acid from Ajloun soil–Jordan
F Khalili, G Al-Banna
Journal of environmental radioactivity 146, 16-26, 2015
A study of complexation thermodynamic of humic acid with cadmium (II) and zinc (II) by Schubert's ion-exchange method
H Baker, F Khalili
Analytica chimica acta 542 (2), 240-248, 2005
Adsorption of Cu (II) and Ni (II) on solid humic acid from the Azraq area, Jordan
B El-Eswed, F Khalili
Journal of colloid and interface science 299 (2), 497-503, 2006
Comparative study of binding strengths and thermodynamic aspects of Cu (II) and Ni (II) with humic acid by Schubert’s ion-exchange method
H Baker, F Khalili
Analytica Chimica Acta 497 (1-2), 235-248, 2003
Adsorption of Cu (II), Ni (II), Zn (II), Cd (II) and Pb (II) onto kaolin/zeolite based-geopolymers
B El-Eswed, RI Yousef, M Alshaaer, I Hamadneh, F Khalili
Advances in Materials Physics and Chemistry 2 (04), 119, 2013
A study on using date palm fibers and leaf base of palm as adsorbents for Pb (II) ions from its aqueous solution
AMA Al-Haidary, FHH Zanganah, SRF Al-Azawi, FI Khalili, AH Al-Dujaili
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 214, 73-82, 2011
Heavy metals adsorption from aqueous solutions onto unmodified and modified Jordanian kaolinite clay: batch and column techniques
K Al-Essa, F Khalili
American Journal of Applied Chemistry 6 (1), 25-34, 2018
Sorption of uranium (VI) and thorium (IV) by Jordanian bentonite
FI Khalili, NH Salameh, MM Shaybe
Journal of Chemistry 2013 (1), 586136, 2013
Adsorption of thorium (IV) and uranium (VI) by tulul al-shabba zeolitic tuff, Jordan
M Al-Shaybe, F Khalili
Jordan Journal of Earth and Environmental Sciences 2 (1), 108-109, 2009
Removal of U (VI) and Th (IV) from aqueous solutions by organically modified diatomaceous earth: evaluation of equilibrium, kinetic and thermodynamic data
SIY Salameh, FI Khalili, AH Al-Dujaili
International Journal of Mineral Processing 168, 9-18, 2017
Development of functional geopolymers for water purification, and construction purposes
M Alshaaer, B El-Eswed, RI Yousef, F Khalili, H Rahier
Journal of Saudi Chemical Society 20, S85-S92, 2016
Immobilization of toxic inorganic anions (Cr2O72-, MnO4-and Fe (CN) 63-) in metakaolin based geopolymers: a preliminary study
A Al-Mashqbeh, S Abuali, B El-Eswed, FI Khalili
Ceramics International 44 (5), 5613-5620, 2018
Chelation properties of some phenolic‐formaldehyde polymers toward some trivalent lanthanide ions
F Al‐Rimawi, A Ahmad, FI Khalili, MS Mubarak
Solvent Extraction and Ion Exchange 22 (4), 721-735, 2004
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