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Published articles
Publications
  1. N. Nasirpour, S.M. Mousavi, S.A. Shojaosadati, 2010, Combination of UASB and biofilm packed bed reactor in Tehran refinery wastewater treatment, International Chemical Engineering Conference in Kermanshah, Iran
 
  1. N. Nasirpour, S.M. Mousavi, S.A. Shojaosadati, O. Ravanshad, 2014, Surfactant-assisted ionic liquid pretreatment of sugarcane bagasse, International Chemical Engineering Conference in Kish Island, Iran.
 
  1. O. Ravanshad, N. Nasirpour, S.M. Mousavi, S.A. Shojaosadati, 2014, Investigation of Microalgae hydrolysis for bioethanol production, International Chemical Engineering Conference in Kish Island, Iran.
 
  1. N. Nasirpour, S.M. Mousavi, S.A. Shojaosadati, "A novel surfactant-assisted ionic liquid pretreatment of sugarcane bagasse for enhanced enzymatic hydrolysis" , Bioresource Technology, 169 (2014) 33-37.
 
  1. N. Nasirpour, S.M. Mousavi, S.A. Shojaosadati, "Biodegradation Potential of Hydrocarbons in Petroleum Refinery Effluents Using a Continuous Anaerobic-Aerobic Hybrid System", Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering, 32 (2015) 874-881.
 
  1. N. Nasirpour, S.M. Mousavi, S.A. Shojaosadati, A study on cell surface hydrophobicity, growth and metabolism of Zymomonas mobilis influenced by PEG as a pretreatment agent, RSC Advances, 5 (2015) 48176-48180.
 
  1. A book chapter entitled "Immobilization techniques for microbial bioremediation of toxic metals" in the "Handbook of Metal-Microbe Interactions and Bioremediation", Published by Taylor&Francis, by Niloofar Nasirpour, Seyed Morteza Zamir, Seyed Abbas Shojaosadat
 
  1.  N. Nasirpour, SM Mousavi, RSM based optimization of PEG assisted ionic liquid pretreatment of sugarcane bagasse for enhanced bioethanol production: Effect of process parameters. Biomass and bioenergy. 2018;116:89-98.
 
  1. N. Nasirpour, S.M. Mousavi, 2019, Ionic liquid fractionation of lignocelluloses: Towards a sustainable bio-refinery concept, The 16th Iranian national congress of Chemical Engineering in Amirkabir University of technology, Tehran, Iran.
 
 
  1. N. Nasirpour, M. Mohammadpourfard, S.Z. Heris, Ionic liquids: promising compounds for sustainable chemical processes and applications, Chemical Engineering Research and Design, 2020 (160) 264-300.
 
 
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