Leila Rostami                          

 

   


Name: Leila Rostami

Date of birth: 1985                                                                                              

Place of Birth: Amol

Nationality: Iranian


  Academic Education

MS Degree: Mazandaran University , Faculty of Chemistry, Babolsar, Iran
Inorganic Chemistry ,Sep 2007-Up to Feb 2010
 
BS Degree: Mazandaran University, Faculty of Chemistry, Babolsar, Iran,
Applied Chemistry, Sep 2003-Jul 2007


 Projects:

Master Thesis: The preparation of dinuclear complexes with acyclic dicomparymental ligand containing different coordination sites

 
 Papers:

1- Hamid Golchoubian , Leila Rostami , Benson Kariuki
Preparation of Heterodinuclear Complexes with Phenol-Based Compartmental Ligands Containing Hexa- and Tetradentate Coordination Sites? Polyhedron, 29 (2010) 1525-1533.
 
2- Hamid Golchoubian , Leila Rostami
 "Synthesis and characterization of monometallic complexes with macro-acyclic ligand". The 11th Iranian Inorganic Chemistry Conference IICC-11 IsfahanUniversity of Technology & University of Isfahan 13-14th May 2009, Isfahan
 
3- Hamid Golchoubian , Leila Rostami
 "Synthesis and characterization of mononuclear complexes with macroacyclic ligands." The seventh national meeting of Payam-E-Noor universities. Payam-ENoor university Shiraz Branch, 21-23 October 2009.
 
 4- Hamid Golchoubian , Leila Rostami
 "The effect of group X on the oxidation potential of cobalt complexes of macrocyclic and macroacyclic ligand ." The seventh national meeting of Payam-E-Noor universities. Payam-ENoor university Shiraz Branch, 21-23 October 2009..
 
 
 Work Experiences:

1-Teacher assistant for BS Students in course of organic in Mazandran University. (Part-time).
 
2- Teacher assistant for BS Students in course of inorganic in Mazandran University. (Part-time).
 
3- Teaching in Chem. Lab for BS Students in shomal University.
4- Teaching General chemistry for BS Students in shomal University.
 
 
 
 Research Interests:

Inorganic Chemistry
      - Syntheses of new compartmental macrocyclic ligands with multi functional groups and preparation of their metal complexes.
      - Syntheses and solvatochromism studies of metal complexes.
 
Electrochemistry
Biochemistry
Nanotechnology
 
 
 Computer Skills:

Professional Softwares: Chem Draw, ISIS
General Softwares: MS Office (Word, Excel and Power Point)

 

 

 


 

 

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