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Prof Dr. Mohammad Nikpassand | Green Organic Chemistry Award | Best Researcher Award

Prof Dr. Mohammad Nikpassand, Islamic Azad university, Rasht branch, Iran

Dr. Mohammad Nikpassand is an accomplished chemist 🧪 with expertise in green chemistry, synthesis of azo compounds, and computational chemistry. He obtained his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from Guilan University, Iran. His research focuses on multi-component reactions and the synthesis of heterocyclic compounds with applications in medicinal chemistry. Dr. Nikpassand has published several papers in renowned international journals, showcasing his innovative contributions to the field. He is recognized for his work on catalyst development and microwave-assisted synthesis. Passionate about advancing sustainable methodologies, he continues to inspire the scientific community through his groundbreaking research.

Publication Profile

Education 

Dr. Mohammad Nikpassand embarked on his academic journey by obtaining a B.Sc. in Pure Chemistry from Zanjan University, Iran, in 1999. Building upon his foundation, he pursued an M.Sc. in Organic Chemistry at Guilan University, Rasht, Iran, graduating in 2003. His insatiable curiosity and dedication led him to earn a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the same institution in 2007. 📚 Throughout his educational pursuits, Dr. Nikpassand honed his passion for chemistry, laying the groundwork for his future research endeavors and contributions to the field.

 

Research Focus

Dr. Mohammad Nikpassand’s research spans across various domains, with a primary focus on green chemistry 🌱 and organic synthesis. His pioneering work delves into the synthesis of azo dyes, nano-chemistry, and drug synthesis. Notably, he explores ultrasound-assisted methodologies and nano-catalysts for efficient and environmentally benign reactions. His contributions extend to the synthesis of diverse compounds such as dihydropyridines, benzoxazoles, and biscoumarin derivatives. With a keen interest in sustainable practices, Dr. Nikpassand continuously strives to develop novel synthetic routes that minimize environmental impact while advancing the field of organic chemistry.

 

Publication Top Notes

📚A convenient ultrasound-promoted regioselective synthesis of fused polycyclic 4-aryl-3-methyl-4, 7-dihydro-1H-pyrazolo [3, 4-b] pyridines Cited by: 106, Year: 2010

🔬 Green aqueous synthesis of mono, bis and trisdihydropyridines using nano Fe3O4 under ultrasound irradiation, Cited by: 82, Year: 2015

🌿 An efficient one-pot three-component synthesis of fused 1, 4-dihydropyridines using HY-zeolite, Cited by: 81, Year: 2009

🔍 Ultrasound-assisted l-proline catalyzed synthesis of novel derivatives of azo-linked dihydropyridines, Cited by: 73, Year: 2012

🌱An efficient and green synthesis of novel benzoxazole under ultrasound irradiation, Cited by: 70, Year: 2016

🔄Transition-metal-catalyzed C–N cross-coupling reactions of N-unsubstituted sulfoximines: a review Cited by: 69, Year: 2018

🔧Synthesis and characterization of amino glucose-functionalized silica-coated NiFe2O4 nanoparticles: A heterogeneous, new and magnetically separable catalyst for the solvent …, Cited by: 69, Year: 2018

⚗️ Cross-Dehydrogenative Coupling Reactions Between P (O)–H and X–H (X= S, N, O, P) Bonds, Cited by: 69, Year: 2018

🌍 Dehydrative condensation of β-aminoalcohols with CO2: An environmentally benign access to 2-oxazolidinone derivatives, Cited by: 60, Year: 2018

🧲 Synthesis and characterization of amino glucose-functionalized silica-coated NiFe 2 O 4 nanoparticles: a heterogeneous, new and magnetically separable catalyst for the solvent …, Cited by: 59, Year: 2018

 

 

Mohammad Nikpassand | Green Organic Chemistry Award | Best Researcher Award

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