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Mahmood Niad

Mahmood Niad

Assistant Profesor of Inorganic Chemistry


Contact Details:

Department of Chemistry,

Persian Gulf University,

Bushehr 7516913817


Telephone: +98 77 3122 2221 (office)

E-mail: maniad[ at ]pgu.ac.ir

Persoanl Page: http://en.pgu.ac.ir/page/niad



B.S. in Pure Chemistry, Shiraz University,1993

M.S. in Inorganic Chemistry, Shiraz University, 1995

Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry, Shiraz University,2001


Academic Experience:

NMR, Design of Experiments, Biosorption


Courses Taught:

Undergraduate Courses:

Basic Science

General Chemistry I

General Chemistry I Lab

General Chemistry II

General Chemistry II Lab

Inorganic Chemistry I

Inorganic Chemistry I Lab

Inorganic Chemistry II

Inorganic Chemistry II Lab

Organometallic Chemistry

Principles of Industrial Chemistry

Chemical Application of Group Theory


Masters' Courses:

Advance Inorganic Chemistry

Physical Inorganic Chemistry

Thermodynamic, Kinetic and Mechanism in Inorganic Compounds

Molecular Spectroscopy in Inorganic Compounds


Ph.D. Courses:

Structure and Bonding in Inorganic Compounds

Advanced Topics in Inorganic Chemistry


Areas of Research Intesest:

1. NMR studies of molecular complexes

2. Thermodynamic studies of molecular complexes

3. Biosorption of heavy metals

4. Design of the experiments



Papers in ISI Journals:

1-Small molecular complexes: NMR studies of intermolecular forces of the benzonitrile with xylene isomers, Mozaffar Asadi*, Mahmood Niad, International Jour. chem, 2000, 10(2), 157-163

2- NMR studies of equilibrium quotients of the benzonitrile with xylene isomers and ethylbenzene, Mozaffar Asadi*, Mahmood Niad, Iran J. Chem. & Chem. Eng., 2003, 1, 1-8

3- Spectrophotometric study of adduct formation between [Co(Salen)PPh3]ClO4.H2O and [Co(7,7'-Dimethylsalen)PPh3]ClO4.H2O with amines donors in acetonitrile, Mahmood Niad*,  Khosro Mohammadi, Mozaffar Asadi,E-JournalofChemistry, 2010,7(4),1421-1425

4- Application of metalloporphyrins as new catalysts for the efficient, mild and regioselective synthesis of quinoxaline derivatives, Khosro Mohammadi*, Alireza Hasaninejad, Mahmood Niad and Mojtaba Najmi, J. Porphyrins Phthalocyanines, 2010, 14, 1–7

5- Synthesis, spectral, thermal and thermodynamic studies of oxovanadium(IV)

complexes of Schiff bases derived from 3,4-diaminobenzoic acid with salicylaldehyde derivatives, Khosro Mohammadi*, Mahmood Niad*, Amene Irandoost, Spectrochim. Acta (A), 2013, 107, 145–150

6- New 3,4-diaminobenzoic acid Schiff base compounds and their complexes: synthesis, characterization and thermodynamics, Khosro Mohammadi*, Mahmood Niad*, Tahereh Jafari, Spectrochim. Acta (A), 2014, 122, 179–185

7- Biosorption of cupper (II) on Sargassum angostifolium C.Agardh Phaeophyceae biomass, Mahmood Niad*, Ladan Rasoolzadeh and Fereshteh Zarei, Chem. Spec. Bioavailab.  2014, 26(3), 176–183


Papers in Other Journals:

1- Removal of Cd (II) from aqueous solutions by biosorption of Laurencia papillosa, Mahmood Niad*, Mehdi Mohammadi, Elham Ghatee, Saeid Zaree, Chem. Sci. Trans., 2014, 3(1), 396-402

2- Removal of nickel as toxic heavy metal using Entromorpha as green alga, Mahmood Niad*, Saeid. Zaree, Chemical Technology: An Indian Journal, 2014, 9(4), 115-120

3- Removal of nickel from wastewater by using Colpomenia as brown algae biomass, Mahmood Niad*, Saeid. Zaree, Accounts of Biotechnology Research,2014, 9(1), 30-34

4- Factors affecting of zinc biosorption by padina boergeseni, Mohammad Jaberi, Mahmood Niad*, Inorganic Chemistry, An Indian Journal, 2016, 11(2),65-72

5-Effect of interactive variable for the biosorption of lead(II) by using Gracilaria algae as biomass; prediction of lead(II) uptake by response surface methodology, Elham Seiedi Nasab, Mahmood Niad*, Inorganic Chemistry, An Indian Journal, In Press.


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