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Ismail Badran

Acadamecian
Department of Chemistry
Birzeit University
Palestinian Territory

Ismail Badran

Biography

Dr. Ismail Badran is affiliated to the Department of Department of Chemistry, Birzeit University. Dr. Ismail Badran is currently providing services as Acadamecian. Dr. Ismail Badran has published numerous publications in various national and international peer-reviewed journals and presented scientific papers across the world. Because of the active association with different societies and academies as well as the contributions, Dr. Ismail Badran is been recognized by the subject experts around the world. Dr. Ismail Badran contributions are appreciated by various reputed awards. Dr. Ismail Badran clinical and scientific research interests include lie within the broad umbrella of chemical physics, with emphasis on chemical vapor deposition and reaction kinetics. A common strand of my current and future research interest is develop and use analysis methods in order to understand reaction mechanism both in the gas-phase and at the surface.

Research Interest

lie within the broad umbrella of chemical physics, with emphasis on chemical vapor deposition and reaction kinetics. A common strand of my current and future research interest is develop and use analysis methods in order to understand reaction mechanism both in the gas-phase and at the surface

Publications

  • Shi Y, Badran I, Tkalych A, Kan WH, Thangadurai V. Growth of Crystalline Tungsten Carbides Using 1, 1, 3, 3-Tetramethyl-1, 3-disilacyclobutane on a Heated Tungsten Filament. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 2013 Feb 8;117(7):3389-95.

  • Badran I, Kan WH, Shi YJ. Structural Changes in Tungsten and Tantalum Wires in Catalytic Chemical Vapor Deposition Using 1, 3-Disilacyclobutane. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 2015 Aug 7;119(33):19134-42.

  • Badran I, Shi YJ. Promotion of exocyclic bond cleavages in the decomposition of 1, 3-disilacyclobutane in the presence of a metal filament. The Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 2015 Jan 20;119(4):590-600.

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