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First Name:Amin
Last Name:El-Meligi
E-mail:ael_meligi10[at]hotmail.com
Affiliation:Professor
Department:Physical Chemistry
Position:Professor of Physical Chemistry
Address:National Research Center, Center of Excellence for Advanced Science
City:Cairo
State:Dokki
Country:Egypt
Discipline:Research
Technical Division:Nanomaterial
Research Areas:Fabrication and characterization of layered micro/nano- materials and their applications. The fabrication proceeds through solid state reaction of pure elements. Single crystals could be fabricated and characterized. Intercalation of organic and inorganic compounds have been processed.
-Hydrogen storage material and hydrogen production as an environmentally friendly energy carrier to control environmental pollution.
-Investigating electrochemical and corrosion behaviour of metals and alloys, Investigating Environmentally friendly compounds for materials protection bio-stability in simulated body fluid and studying their structure. Studying oxide film formation on the metal and alloys surfaces.
Education:Ph.D., Physical Chemistry (Electrochemistry and Corrosion), under joined supervision between UMIST, Corrosion and Protection Centre, UK, and Cairo University, Egypt, 1999.
Concentrations: Physical Chemistry (Electrochemistry, Corrosion and Materials)
Dissertation: Effect of some Organic Corrosion Inhibitors on Corrosion of C-Steel During Pickling Process.


M.Sc., Physical Chemistry, Cairo University, Egypt, 1994
Concentrations: Physical Chemistry, Electrochemistry, Corrosion and Materials.
Thesis: "Studying Corrosion and Inhibition of some Alloys During Acid Cleaning.

B.Sc., Chemistry, Cairo University, Faculty of Science, Chemistry Dept., Cairo, Egypt, 1990.
First year main subjects: General Chemistry (Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry), Physics, Biology, Math, English.
Second year main subjects: General Chemistry (Inorganic Chemistry, Physical
Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry), Physics, Geology, Math,
English Language.
Third year main subjects: General Chemistry (Inorganic Chemistry, Physical
Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry), Physics, Math, German Language
Fourth year main subjects: General Chemistry (Inorganic Chemistry, Physical
Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry), German Language.
Other Qualifications:
HSQ certificate in Food Hygiene, Bishop Auckland College, Durham, UK, 2003.
Post graduate courses as a partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MSc., Inorganic and Physical Chemistry, Cairo University, Faculty of Science, Chemistry Dept., 1991-1992
Publications:1- A. A. El-Meligi, Hydrogen Production by Aluminum Corrosion in Hydrochloric Acid and Using Inhibitors to Control Hydrogen Evolution, International J. of Hydrogen Energy, 36, 2011, 10600.
2- A. A. El-Meligi, N. A. Ismail, and M. Madian, Characterizing Layered Structure of MgPS3 and New Application as a Hydrogen Storage Material, the 5th International Energy Symposium and Exhibition (IEESE-5), June 27-30, 2010 in Denizli, Turkey. International J. of Nanoparticles, Vol. 4, October 2011.
3- N. Ismail, A. A. El-Meligi, Y. M. Temerk and M. Madian, Layered Crystalline FePS3 for hydrogen storage application, International J. of Hydrogen Energy, 35(15) (2010), 7827.
4- N. Ismail, A. A. El-Meligi, Y. M. Temerk, M. A. Badr, and M. Madian, Synthesis and characterization of MnPS3 for hydrogen sorption, J. of Solid State Chemistry, 183 (2010) 984–987.
5- A. A. El-Meligi, A. M. Al-Saie, H. Al-Buflasa and M. Bououdina, Effect of Pyridine Intercalation on Semiconductor Crystalline MnPS3 Materials Phase Transformation, International Conference on Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials, (ICNAM 2009), College of Science, University of Bahrain, 4-7 May, 2009. International J. of Nanoscience, 9(2) (2010), 1-9.
6-A. A. El-Meligi, A. M. El-Saie, and M. Bououdina, Formation of iron oxides nanoparticles on low carbon steel under controlled conditions, International J. of Nanoparticles, 3(1), 2010, 22.
7- A. A. El-Meligi, A. M. Al-Saie, H. Al-Buflasa and M. Bououdina, Formation of Composite Nanomaterial MnPS3 Layered Structure Intercalated with Pyridine, J. of Alloys and Compounds, 488 (2010) 284–290.
8- A. A. El-Meligi, Corrosion Preventive Strategies as a Crucial Need for Decreasing Environmental Pollution and Saving Economics, Recent Patents on Corrosion Science, 2009, 1, 11-21.
9-N. Ismail, A. A. El-Meligi,M. Uhlemann, A. Gebert, J. Eckert, L. Schultz, Hydrogenation of Zr-Cu-Al-Ni-Pd Metallic Glasses by Eleletrochemical Means, J. of Alloys and Compounds, 480 (2), 2009, 321-324.
10-A. A. El-Meligi, and N. A. Ismail, Hydrogen Evolution Reaction of Low Carbon Steel Electrode in Hydrochloric Acid as a Source for Hydrogen Production, International J. Hydrogen Energy, 34, 2009, 91-97.
11-A. A. El-Meligi, N. A. Ismail, and H. E. Ghorab, Using Crystalline Layered Materials for the First Time as Storage for Hydrogen as Clean and Renewable Energy Carrier, Patent no 1331/ 2008, National Research Centre, Egypt.
12-A. A. El-Meligi, New Conditions for Intercalation of Organic Compounds into Semiconductor Nanomaterial, J. of Materials Sci. and Technology, Vol.25 No.4, 2009.
13-A. A. El-Meligi, Semiconductor Layered Nanomaterials to Encapsulate Organic Compounds, Inter. J. of Nano and Biomaterials, Vol. 2, Nos. 1/2/3/4/5, 2009.
14-V. K. Gouda and A. A. El-Meligi, Conservation Approaches for Monitoring and Cleaning Ag and Ag-Alloy Artifacts, METAL07 International Conference, 17-21, September, 2007, Amsterdam, Netherland.
15-A. A. El-Meligi, Studying Intercalation and Stability of Layered Semiconductive Material in Corrosive Environments, J. Material Sci. & Tech., Vol. 22, No. 2, 2006.
16-A. A. El-Meligi, Synthesising Pure Material of FePS3 and its Intercalation with Pyridinum- Materials Chemistry and Physics- 89(2-3), 15 February 2005, 253-259.
17- A. A. El-Meligi, A. A. Ismail, S. H. Sanad and A. M. Baraka, Corrosion Penetration and Crystal Structure of AA5022 in HCl and Rare Earth Elements-J. Mater. Sci. and Technology-20(3), 2005.

18-A. A. E-Meligi, Investigating Effect of Heating Rates on the Formable Oxide Scale on C-Steel Surface, J. of Mater. Sci. and Technology-Vol. 20, No. 5, 2004.

98-A. A. El-Meligi, Investigation of MnPS3 Intercalates with Pyridinium ion, Materials Chemistry and Physics, 84 (2-3) 2004, PP. 331-340.
20-A. A. El-Meligi, S. H. Sanad and A. A. Ismail, Impact of Hydrochloric acid on Hematite Dissolution and its Crystal Structure, Bulletin of Electrochemistry-Vol. 20, No. 5, p. 219, 2004.
21- A. A. El-Meligi, Effect of Some of Cooling Liquid Constituents on the Corrosion of Copper Alloy, J. Material Sci. & Tech., Vol. 19, No. 1, 2002.
22- A. A. El-Meligi, Corrosion Behaviours of Copper Alloy in Solutions Containing Na2SO4 and NaCl with Different Concentrations, J. Material Sci. & Tech., Vol. 18, No. 6, 2002.
23- A. A. El-Meligi, S. H. Sanad, A. A. Ismail, and S. Turgoose " Effect of Indole and Some of Its Derivatives on the Magnetite Dissolution", Bulletin of Electrochemistry, 17 (4) April 2001, PP. 165-170.
24- A. A. El-Meligi, studying copper alloy corrosion products in cooling liquid, J. Mater. Sci.,Technol, Vol. 17, 2001.
25- A. A. El-Meligi, S. Turgoose, A. A. Ismail, and S. H. Sanad, " Organic Inhibitors to Remove Scale on Mild Steel During Pickling Process", British Corros. Journal., 35, 2000, pp. 75-77.
26- S. H. Sanad, A. A. Ismail and A. A. El-Meligi, "Indole and Its Derivatives as Corrosion Inhibitors for C-Steel during Pickling", J. Mater. Sci. Technol., Vol. 16, No. 3, 2000, pp. 291-296.
27-A. A. Ismail, S. H. Sanad, and A. A. El-Meligi, "Inhibiting Effect of Indole and Some of its Derivatives on Corrosion of C-Steel in HCl", J. Mater. Sci. Technol., Vol. 16, No. 4, 2000, pp. 397-400.
28-S. H. Sanad, A. A. Ismail, and A. A. El-Meligi, Bulletin of Electrochemistry J. 10 (11-12): 448-452 NOV-DEC 1994.
29-S. H. Sanad, A. A. Ismail, and A. A. El-Meligi, Bull. Electrochem., 11, 470, 1995, pp. 462-469.


Research Projects:1 Hydrogen Production and Nanomaterials Fabrication to Store Hydrogen as Environmentally Safe Energy Carrier
University of Bahrain The project is under funding process
2 Synthesis, Characterization and Evaluation of New Hydrogen Storage Materials. USA government-Egypt partnership,
2008- present -Advanced nanomaterials have been tested for hydrogen storage.
-Patent is under registration and research papers are on press.
-MSc thesis is under preparation.
Gender:Male
Short Biography:Professor of Physical
Chemistry at National Research Centre,Center of Excellence for Advanced Science Egypt. He received his PhD from
UMIST-Manchester, UK and Cairo University, Egypt. He is a member of
international and national organisations, especially, International Centre for
Diffraction Data (ICDD), USA. His research interests include Research Interests-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Fabrication and characterization of layered micro/nano- materials and their applications. The fabrication proceeds through solid state reaction of pure elements. Single crystals could be fabricated and characterized. Intercalation of organic and inorganic compounds have been processed.
-Hydrogen storage material and hydrogen production as an environmentally friendly energy carrier to control environmental pollution.
-Investigating electrochemical and corrosion behaviour of metals and alloys, Investigating Environmentally friendly compounds for materials protection bio-stability in simulated body fluid and studying their structure. Studying oxide film formation on the metal and alloys surfaces.

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