Basem S. Zakaria
Basem S. Zakaria
Ph.D. graduate student & Teaching Assistant, University of Alberta
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Enhanced Methanogenic Co-degradation of Propionate and Butyrate by Anaerobic Microbiome Enriched on Conductive Carbon Fibers
S Barua, BS Zakaria, BR Dhar
Bioresource Technology 266, 259-266, 2018
232018
Microbial electrolysis followed by chemical precipitation for effective nutrients recovery from digested sludge centrate in WWTPs
S Barua, BS Zakaria, T Chung, FI Hai, T Haile, A Al-Mamun, BR Dhar
Chemical Engineering Journal 361, 256-265, 2019
152019
Progress towards catalyzing electro-methanogenesis in anaerobic digestion process: Fundamentals, process optimization, design and scale-up considerations
BS Zakaria, BR Dhar
Bioresource technology 289, 121738, 2019
112019
Shaping microbial communities with conductive carbon fibers to enhance methane productivity and kinetics
S Barua, BS Zakaria, L Lin, BR Dhar
Bioresource Technology Reports 5, 20-27, 2018
102018
Impact of antimicrobial silver nanoparticles on anode respiring bacteria in a microbial electrolysis cell
BS Zakaria, S Barua, A Sharaf, Y Liu, BR Dhar
Chemosphere 213, 259-267, 2018
92018
Anodic performance of microbial electrolysis cells in response to ammonia nitrogen
S Barua, BS Zakaria, A Al-Mamun, BR Dhar
Journal of Environmental Engineering and Science 14 (1), 37-43, 2018
82018
Magnetite doped granular activated carbon as an additive for high-performance anaerobic digestion
S Barua, BS Zakaria, L Lin, BR Dhar
Materials Science for Energy Technologies 2 (3), 377-384, 2019
62019
Shift of biofilm and suspended bacterial communities with changes in anode potential in a microbial electrolysis cell treating primary sludge
BS Zakaria, L Lin, BR Dhar
Science of The Total Environment 689, 691-699, 2019
62019
Enhancement of Carbazole Denitrogenation Rate Using Magnetically Decorated Bacillus clausii BS1
BS Zakaria, HN Nassar, D Saed, NS El-Gendy
Petroleum Science and Technology 33 (7), 802-811, 2015
52015
Denitrogenation of carbazole by a novel strain Bacillus Clausii BS1 isolated from Egyptian Coke
BS Zakaria, HN Nassar, NS EL-Gendy, SA El-Temtamy, SM Sherif
Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects 38…, 2016
42016
Applying factorial design and response surface methodology to enhance microbial denitrogenation by tween 80 and yeast extract
BS Zakaria, HN Nassar, SSA Amr, NS El-Gendy
Petroleum Science and Technology 33 (8), 880-892, 2015
42015
Changes in syntrophic microbial communities, EPS matrix, and gene-expression patterns in biofilm anode in response to silver nanoparticles exposure
BS Zakaria, BR Dhar
Science of The Total Environment, 139395, 2020
12020
An intermittent power supply scheme to minimize electrical energy input in a microbial electrolysis cell assisted anaerobic digester
BS Zakaria, BR Dhar
Bioresource Technology, 124109, 2020
2020
Temperature-dependent (20–55 C) electrocatalytic characteristics during ethanol/propionate degradation by methanogenic communities grown on conductive carbon fibers
L Lin, B Chowdhury, BS Zakaria, BR Dhar
Chemical Engineering Journal 391, 123566, 2020
2020
An overview of complementary microbial electrochemical technologies for advancing anaerobic digestion
BS Zakaria, L Lin, T Chung, BR Dhar
Elsevier, 2020
2020
A high‐rate anaerobic biofilm reactor for biomethane recovery from source‐separated blackwater at ambient temperature
Q Huang, BS Zakaria, Y Zhang, L Zhang, Y Liu, BR Dhar
Water Environment Research, 2020
2020
Evaluation of sludge liquors from acidogenic fermentation and thermal hydrolysis process as feedstock for microbial electrolysis cells
L Lin, BS Zakaria, EH Koupaie, AAB Lakeh, H Hafez, E Elbeshbishy, ...
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 44 (57), 30031-30038, 2019
2019
ENHANCEMENT THE BIODEGRADATION OF NITROGEN POLYAROMATIC HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS BY ASSEMBLING MAGNETIC NANO-SORBENTS ON MICROBIAL CELL
N El-Gendy, B Zakaria, H Nassar, D Saed, S El-Temtamy
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