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Dr. Mohammad G. Dekamin is associate professor of organic chemistry at Department of Chemistry, Iran University of Science & Technology, Teharn, Iran. He studied Chemistry at ShahidChamran University (SCU), Ahvaz, Iran and received his B.Scdegree in July, 1995. Dr. Dekamin obtained his M.Sc.degree in organic chemistry at ShahidBeheshti University (SBU), Tehran, Iran, in 1997, and completed his Ph.D. degree in the same subject at Sharif University of Technology (SUT) Tehran, Iran, in 2002. During the Ph.D. program (2001), Dr. Dekamin spent 8 months at the Clean Technology Center, The University York, UK as visiting scholar.He also took a sabbatical leave for 2 months at the Molecular Engineering Institute (MEI), Kinki University, Iizuka, Fukuoka, Japan from July to September 2012.Dr. Dekaminis interested in organic synthesis and nanochemistry towards pharmaceutical and biologically-active compounds using green chemistry principles. Dr. Dekamin’s research interest include: Indeed, some efficient organocatalysts have been introduced to the chemical community by his research group. Dr. Dekamin has coauthored ~65 peer reviewed papers which have received over 1000 citations with an H-index of 18.
Ph.D., Organic Chemistry, under advising of Professor FirouzMatloubiMoghaddam (Title of the Ph.D. Thesis: Investigation of the Supported Reagents and Microwave Irradiation in Dry Media for Organic Synthesis), Sharif University of Technology, Cumulative Average= 18.86/ 20, First Class, Tehran, Iran, Sep. 1997- Feb. 2003.
M. Sc., Organic Chemistry, under advising of Professor Mohammad S. Khajavi, (Title of the M.Sc. Thesis: New Methodologies in Heterocyclic Chemistry), Cumulative Average= 18.52/ 20, First Class, ShahidBeheshti University, Tehran, Iran, Sep. 1995-Aug. 1997.
B.Sc., Pure Chemistry, Cumulative Average= 18.72/ 20, First Class, ShahidChamran University, Ahwaz, Iran, Sep. 1991- Jul. 1995.
We are interested in Organic Synthesis towards Pharmaceutical and Biologically-Active Compounds using Green Chemistry principles. In this regard, my research team is working on the following research fields:
1) Heterogeneous Catalysis Especially Synthetic Nano-Sized Materials or Natural Nano-Biocomposites.
2) Homogeneous Catalysis Especially Organocatalysis (Transition Metal-Free Catalysis). Indeed, some efficient organocatalysts have been introduced to the Chemical Community by our research group. These include Potassium Phthalimide-N-oxyl (POPINO), TetrabutylammoniumPhthalimide-N-oxyl (TBAPINO) and Tetraethylammonium 2-(N-hydroxycarbamoyl) benzoate (TEANHCB).
3) Application of Biopolymers such as chitosan or alginic acid in pure or modified forms. Indeed, this part of our research interest is a bridge between the Heterogeneous Catalysis and Organocatalysis.
4) Environmental and Sustainable Chemistry (Multicomponent Reactions, Rearrangement Reactions, Reactions under Solvent-Free conditions, Reactions in Aqueous Media, Production of Chemicals from Agriculture Supplies, and New Energy Inputs Such as Microwaves, Ultrasound, and Ball Milling).
Ishani, M.; Dekamin, M. G.; Alirezvani, Z., “Superparamagnetic silica core-shell hybrid attached to graphene oxide as a promising recoverable catalyst for expeditious synthesis of TMS-protected cyanohydrins.”Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 2018, In Press. DOI:10.1016/j.jcis.2018.02.060.
Dekamin, M. G.;Karimi, Z.; Latifidoost, Z.; Ilkhanizadeh, S.; Daemi, H.; Naimi-Jamal, M. R.; Barikani, M., “Alginic acid: A mild and renewable bifunctional heterogeneous biopolymericorganocatalyst for efficient and facile synthesis of polyhydroquinolines.”International Journal of Biological Macromolecules,2018, 108, 1273-1280.
Eslami,M;Dekamin,M. G.;Motlagh, L.; Maleki, A.“MCM-41 mesoporous silica: a highly efficient and recoverable catalyst for rapid synthesis of α-aminonitriles and imines.”Green Chemistry Letters and Reviews, 2018, In Press. DOI: 10.1080/17518253.2017.1421269.
Yaghoubi A, Dekamin MG, Arefi E, Karimi B. “Propylsulfonic acid-anchored isocyanurate-based periodic mesoporousorganosilica (PMO-ICS-pr-SO3H): A new and highly efficient recoverable nanoporous catalyst for the one-pot synthesis of bis(indolyl)methane derivatives.”J Colloid Interface Sci2017;505:956-63.
Yarhosseini, M.; Javanshir, S.; Dolatkhah, Z.; Dekamin, M. G., “An improved solvent-free synthesis of flunixin and 2-(arylamino) nicotinic acid derivatives using boric acid as catalyst.”Chemistry Central Journal 2017,11 (1), 124.
Dekamin MG, Mehdipoor F, Yaghoubi A.,“1,3,5-tris(2-hydroxyethyl)isocyanurate functionalized graphene oxide: A novel and efficient nanocatalyst for the one-pot synthesis of 3,4-dihydropyrimidin-2(1: H)-ones.”New J Chem2017;41(14):6893-901.
Yaghoubi A, Dekamin MG, Karimi B. “Propylsulfonic acid-anchored isocyanurate-based periodic mesoporousorganosilica (PMO-ICS-PrSO3H): A highly efficient and recoverable nanoporous catalyst for the one-pot synthesis of substituted polyhydroquinolines.”Catal Lett 2017;147(10):2656-63.
Akbarzadeh, A.; Dekamin, M. G.,“A facile and environmentally benign polyethylene glycol 600 mediated method for the synthesis of densely functionalized 2-aminothiophene derivatives under ultrasonication.”Green Chem Lett Rev 2017,10 (4), 315.
Yaghoubi, A.; Dekamin, M. G. Green and facile synthesis of 4H-pyran scaffold catalyzed by pure nano-ordered periodic mesoporousorganosilica with isocyanurate framework (PMO-ICS). ChemistrySelect2017,2 (28), 8976.
Azad A., Dekamin M. G., Afshar S., Tadjarodi A., Mollahosseini A. “Activation of hexamethyldisilazane (HMDS) by TiO2 nanoparticles for protection of alcohols and phenols: The effect of the catalyst phase on catalytic activity.”Res ChemIntermed2016:1-13.
Dekamin MG, Kazemi E, Karimi Z, Mohammadalipoor M, Naimi-Jamal MR. Chitosan: An efficient biomacromolecule support for synergic catalyzing of hantzsch esters by CuSO4. Int J BiolMacromol2016;93:767-74.
Yarhosseini M, Javanshir S, Dekamin MG, Farhadnia M. Tetraethylammonium 2-(carbamoyl)benzoate as a bifunctionalorganocatalyst for one-pot synthesis of hantzsch 1,4-dihydropyridine and polyhydroquinoline derivatives. MonatshChem2016;147(10):1779-87.
Dekamin MG, Peyman SZ, Karimi Z, Javanshir S, Naimi-Jamal MR, Barikani M. Sodium alginate: An efficient biopolymeric catalyst for green synthesis of 2-amino-4H-pyran derivatives. Int J BiolMacromol2016;87:172-9.
Dekamin MG, Alikhani M, Emami A, Ghafuri H, Javanshir S. An efficient catalyst- and solvent-free method for the synthesis of medicinally important dihydropyrano[2,3-c]pyrazole derivatives using ball milling technique. J Iran ChemSoc2016;13(3):591-6.
Dekamin MG, Peyman SZ. Phthalimide-N-oxyl salts: Efficient organocatalysts for facile synthesis of (Z)-3-methyl-4-(arylmethylene)-isoxazole-5(4H)-one derivatives in water. MonatshChem2016;147(2):445-50.
Dekamin MG, Alikhani M, Javanshir S. Organocatalytic clean synthesis of densely functionalized 4H-pyrans by bifunctionaltetraethylammonium 2-(carbamoyl)benzoate using ball milling technique under mild conditions. Green Chem Lett Rev2016;9(2):96-105.
Ghafuri H, Emami A, Dekamin MG. Nano-ordered MCM-41-SO3H; an efficient catalyst for the synthesis of N-substituted pyrroles in water. Sci Iran2016;23(3):1102-10.
Dekamin MG, Arefi E, Yaghoubi A. Isocyanurate-based periodic mesoporousorganosilica (PMO-ICS): A highly efficient and recoverable nanocatalyst for the one-pot synthesis of substituted imidazoles and benzimidazoles. RSC Adv2016;6(90):86982-8
maeimabadi M, Javanshir SH, Maleki A, Dekamin MG. MCM-41-SO3H-catalyzed synthesis of highly substituted 3-amino-imidazo[1,2-a]pyridines or pyrazines via the groebke-blackburn-bienaymé multicomponent reaction under grinding conditions at ambient temperature. Sci Iran2016;23(6):2724-34.
Afshar S, Sadehvand M, Azad A, Dekamin MG, Jalali-Heravi M, Mollahosseini A, Amani M, Tadjarodi A. Optimization of catalytic activity of sulfated titania for efficient synthesis of isoamyl acetate by response surface methodology. MonatshChem2015;146(12):1949-57.
Amiri AA, Javanshir S, Dolatkhah Z, Dekamin MG, SO3H-functionalized mesoporous silica materials as solid acid catalyst for facile and solvent-free synthesis of 2H-indazolo[2,1-b]phthalazine-1,6,11-trione derivatives. New J Chem2015;39(12):9665-71.
Dekamin M, Veisi H, Safari E, Liaghati H, Khoshbakht K, Dekamin MG. Life cycle assessment for rainbow trout (oncorhynchusmykiss) production systems: A case study for Iran. J Clean Prod2015;91:43-55.
Tadjarodi, A.; Azad, A.; Dekamin, M. G.; Afshar, S.; Hejazi, R.; Mollahosseini, A. Sulfated titania nanoparticles: an efficient catalyst for the synthesis of polyhydroquinoline derivatives through Hantzsch multicomponent reaction. Journal of Nanostructures 2015, 5 (4).
Dekamin MG, Eslami M. Highly efficient organocatalytic synthesis of diverse and densely functionalized 2-amino-3-cyano-4H-pyrans under mechanochemical ball milling. Green Chem2014;16(12):4914-21.
Javanshir S, Safari M, Dekamin MG. A facile and green three-component synthesis of 2-amino-3-cyano-7-hydroxy- 4H-chromenes on grinding. Sci Iran2014;21(3):742-7.
Dekamin MG, Ilkhanizadeh S, Latifidoost Z, Daemi H, Karimi Z, Barikani M. Alginic acid: A highly efficient renewable and heterogeneous biopolymeric catalyst for one-pot synthesis of the hantzsch 1,4-dihydropyridines. RSC Adv2014;4(100):56658-64 .
Dekamin MG, Ghanbari M, Moghbeli MR, Barikani M, Javanshir S. Fast and convenient synthesis of cross-linked poly(urethane-isocyanurate) in the presence of tetrabutylammoniumphthalimide-N-oxyl or tetraethylammonium 2-(carbamoyl)benzoate as efficient metal-free cyclotrimerization catalysts. Polym-PlastTechnolEng2013;52(11):1127-32.
Dekamin MG, Eslami M, Maleki A. Potassium phthalimide-N-oxyl: A novel, efficient, and simple organocatalyst for the one-pot three-component synthesis of various 2-amino-4H-chromene derivatives in water. Tetrahedron2013;69(3):1074-85.
Dekamin MG, Azimoshan M, Ramezani L. Chitosan: A highly efficient renewable and recoverable bio-polymer catalyst for the expeditious synthesis of α-amino nitriles and imines under mild conditions. Green Chem2013;15(3):811-20.
Ali E, Naimi-Jamal MR, Dekamin MG. Highly efficient and rapid synthesis of imines in the presence of nano-ordered MCM-41-SO3H heterogeneous catalyst. Sci Iran2013;20(3):592-7.
Tourani H, Naimi-Jamal MR, Dekamin MG, Amirnejad M. A rapid, convenient and chemoselective synthesis of acylals from aldehydes catalyzed by reusable nano-ordered MCM-41-SO 3H. C R Chim2012;15(11-12):1072-6.
Naimi-Jamal MR, Mokhtari J, Dekamin MG, Javanshir S, Hamzeali H. Efficient synthesis and deprotection of semicarbazones under solvent-free conditions. Iran J ChemChemEng2012;31(2):1-8.
Rahimi R, Ghoreishi SZ, Dekamin MG. Immobilized metalloporphyrins on 3-aminopropyl-functionalized silica support as heterogeneous catalysts for selective oxidation of primary and secondary alcohols. MonatshChem2012;143(7):1031-8.
Dekamin MG, Mokhtari Z. Highly efficient and convenient strecker reaction of carbonyl compounds and amines with TMSCN catalyzed by MCM-41 anchored sulfonic acid as a recoverable catalyst. Tetrahedron2012;68(3):922-30.
Javaheri M, Naimi-Jamal MR, Dekamin MG, Kaupp G. Gaseous nitrogen dioxide for sustainable oxidative deprotection of trimethylsilyl ethers. Phosphorus Sulfur Silicon Relat Elem 2012;187(1):142-8.
Dekamin MG, Karimi Z, Farahmand M. Tetraethylammonium 2-(N-hydroxycarbamoyl)benzoate: A powerful bifunctional metal-free catalyst for efficient and rapid cyanosilylation of carbonyl compounds under mild conditions. CatalSciTechnol2012;2(7):1375-81.
Dekamin MG, Mokhtari Z, Karimi Z. Nano-ordered B-MCM-41: An efficient and recoverable solid acid catalyst for three-component strecker reaction of carbonyl compounds, amines and TMSCN. Sci Iran2011;18(6):1356-64.
Moghbeli, M.; Abedi, V.; Dekamin, M. Microencapsulation of Ethion by Interfacial Polymerization Utilizing Potassium Phthalimide-N-oxyl (PPINO) as a Promoter. Iran J ChemEng2011,8 (4), 35.
Dekamin MG, Yazdaninia N, Mokhtari J, Naimi-Jamal MR. Tetrabutylammoniumphthalimide-N-oxyl: An efficient organocatalyst for trimethylsilylation of alcohols and phenols with hexamethyldisilazane. J Iran ChemSoc2011;8(2):537-44.
Dekamin MG, Varmira K, Farahmand M, Sagheb-Asl S, Karimi Z. Organocatalytic, rapid and facile cyclotrimerization of isocyanates using tetrabutylammoniumphthalimide-N-oxyl and tetraethylammonium 2-(carbamoyl)benzoate under solvent-free conditions. CatalCommun2010;12(3):226-30.
Dekamin MG, Alizadeh R, Naimi-Jamal MR. Organocatalytic synthesis of cyanohydrin trimethylsilyl ethers by potassium 4-benzylpiperidinedithiocarbamate under solvent-free conditions. ApplOrganometChem2010;24(3):229-35.
Dekamin MG, Nazary N. Synthesis of acetaminophen by liquid phase beckmann rearrangement of 4-hydroxyacetophenone oxime over nano-ordered Zn-MCM-41. CatalCommun2010;2010.
Dekamin MG, Sagheb-Asl S, Reza Naimi-Jamal M. An expeditious synthesis of cyanohydrin trimethylsilyl ethers using tetraethylammonium 2-(carbamoyl)benzoate as a bifunctionalorganocatalyst. Tetrahedron Lett2009;50(28):4063-6.
MatloubiMoghaddam F, Akhlaghi M, Hojabri L, Dekamin MG. A new eco-friendly and efficient mesoporous solid acid catalyst for the alkylation of phenols and naphthols under microwave irradiation and solvent-free conditions. Sci Iran2009;16(2 C):81-8.
Naimi-Jamal MR, Mokhtari J, Dekamin MG, Kaupp G. Sodium tetraalkoxyborates: Intermediates for the quantitative reduction of aldehydes and ketones to alcohols through ball milling with NaBH4. Eur J Org Chem2009(21):3567-72.
Dekamin MG, Karimi Z. Activation of trimethylsilyl cyanide by potassium phthalimide for facile synthesis of TMS-protected cyanohydrins. J OrganometChem2009;694(12):1789-94.
Mokhtari J, Naimi-Jamal MR, Hamzeali H, Dekamin MG, Kaupp G. Kneading ball-milling and stoichiometric melts for the quantitative derivatization of carbonyl compounds with gas-solid recovery. ChemSusChem2009;2(3):248-54.
Dekamin MG, Mokhtari J, Naimi-Jamal MR. Organocatalyticcyanosilylation of carbonyl compounds by tetrabutylammoniumphthalimide-N-oxyl. CatalCommun2009;10(5):582-5.
Dekamin MG, Farahmand M, Reza Naimi-Jamal M, Javanshir S. Synthesis of cyanohydrin trimethylsilyl ethers catalyzed by potassium p-toluenesulfinate. CatalCommun2008;9(6):1352-5.
Dekamin MG, Javanshir S, Reza Naimi-Jamal M, Hekmatshoar R, Mokhtari J. Potassium phthalimide-N-oxyl: An efficient catalyst for cyanosilylation of carbonyl compounds under mild conditions. J MolCatal A Chem2008;283(1-2):29-32.
Dekamin MG, Moghaddam FM, Saeidian H, Mallakpour S. The performance of phthalimide-N-oxyl anion. MonatshChem2006;137(12):1591-5.
Moghaddam FM, Dekamin MG, Koozehgari GR. A simple and efficient method for synthesis of isocyanurates catalyzed by potassium phthalimide under solvent-free conditions. Lett Org Chem2005;2(8):734-8.
Dekamin MG, Mallakpour S, Ghassemi M. Combination of sulfite anion and phase transfer catalysts for green cyclotrimerization of aryl isocyanates. Synth Commun2005;35(3):427-34.
Dekamin MG, Mallakpour S, Ghassemi M. Sulfate catalysed multicomponent cyclisation reaction of aryl isocyanates under green conditions. J Chem Res2005(3):177-9.
MatloubiMoghaddam F, Koozehgiri GR, Dekamin MG. Solvent-free efficient synthesis of symmetrical isocyanurates by a combination catalyst: Sodium saccharin and tetrabutylammonium iodide. MonatshChem2004;135(7):849-51.
Moghaddam FM, Hoor AA, Dekamin MG. Microwave-promoted pseudo-thia-fries rearrangement of aryl benzylsulfonates; highly reactive benzyl cation generation. J Sulfur Chem2004;25(2-3):125-30.
Moghaddam FM, Dekamin MG, Khajavi MS, Jalili S. Efficient and selective trimerization of aryl and alkyl isocyanates catalyzed by sodium p-toluenesulfinate in the presence of TBAI in a solvent-free condition. Bull ChemSocJpn2002;75(4):851-2.
Clark JH, Dekamin MG, Moghaddam FM. Genuinely catalytic fries rearrangement using sulfated zirconia. Green Chem2002;4(4):366-8.
MatloubiMoghaddam F, Dekamin MG, Ghaffarzadeh M. FeCl3 as an efficient and new catalyst for the thia-fries rearrangement of aryl sulfinates. Tetrahedron Lett2001;42(45):8119-21.
Khajavi MS, Dakamin MG, Hazarkhani H, Hajihadi M, Nikpour F. An efficient one-pot procedure for preparation of symmetrical N,N'-disubstitutedureas from aromatic and aliphatic amines and urea under microwave irradiation. Iran J ChemChemEng2000;19(1):24-8.
Moghaddam FM, Ghaffarzadeh M, Dakamin MG. Microwave assisted willgerodt-kindler reaction of styrenes. J Chem Res Part S 2000(5):228-9.
Moghaddam FM, Dakamin MG. Thia-fries rearrangement of aryl sulfonates in dry media under microwave activation. Tetrahedron Lett2000;41(18):3479-81.
Khajavi MS, Dakamin MG, Hazarkhani H. Solvent-free cyclotrimerization of isocyanates catalysed by sodium or potassium piperidinedithiocarbamate or nitrite under conventional or microwave heating: Preparation of aryl or alkyl isocyanurates. J Chem ResPart S2000(3):145-7.