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Elham Hosseini Bab Anari, PhD Student
E-mail: elham.hosseinibabanari@Chalmers.se


Brief Bio:
I have completed my B.Sc. in pure chemistry in 2005, and then received my M.Sc. degree in physical chemistry from Shiraz University in 2009, my thesis was about “Thermodynamic Properties of Associated and Quantum fluids from Tao and Mason equation of state”. In 2010 we moved to Australia. From October 2011- February 2014, I have worked as a research assistant in the school of chemical science in University of New South Wales (UNSW- Australia) under supervision of Dr. Leigh Aldous. My major research was on Synthesis of Ionic Liquids (ILs) from conventional to novel ones and then characterizing them. In April 2014 I started my PhD in Chalmers University Of Technology, so I am currently work on synthesis of new electrolytes (fluorine- free) for battery applications.

Research Interests:
Upon on my prior research experience, Synthesis of novel material that are environmental friendly such as ILs with unique properties, which candidate them as green solvent, and also synthesis any kind of material that is safer for our environment then characterizing  and measuring their thermodynamic property´s, would be of interest of mine. So I am currently working on synthesis new electrolyte (fluorine- free) for Li battery, that it would be safer because of elimination of Fluorine.

List of Publications:
3) Hossain, Md.M., Hosseini Bab Anari, E., Aldous, L., (2013), ‘Electrochemistry of chloride in ambient room temperature ionic liquids: Formation of oxychloride species’,  Electrochemistry Communications, 34, 331-334.


2) Papari, MM., Moghadasi, J., Nikmanesh, S., Hosseini Bab Anari, E., Boushehri, A., (2011), ‘Modeling Thermophysical Properties of Noble Gas Involved Mixtures’, International Journal of Computational Methods, 8, 1, 19-39.


1) Papari, MM., Hosseini Bab Anari, E., Moghadasi, J., (2010), ‘Modeling of Associated fluids Using Tao and Mason Equation of state’, High temperature – High pressure Journal of  Thermophysical Properties Research, 39, 4, 307-319.