Dr. Mohamed Fahmy Raslan

Dr. Mohamed Fahmy Raslan

Associate Professor
Nuclear Materials Authority, Egypt


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Radioactive Minerals from Cairo University, Egypt

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Area of Interest:

Earth Science and Geography
100%
Geology
62%
Mineralogy
90%
Ore Deposits
75%
Chemistry
55%

Education

2001

Ph.D.

Cairo University, Egypt

Radioactive Minerals

1996

M.Sc.

Cairo University, Egypt

Radioactive Minerals

1982

B.Sc.

Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt

Geology

Selected Publications

  1. Raslan, M.F., H. El-Shall, S.A. Omar and A.M. Daher, 2010. Mineralogy of the polymetallic mineralized pegmatite of ras baroud granite, central eastern desert. J. Mineral. Petrol. Sci., 105: 123-134.
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  2. Haroun, Y.S. and M.F. Raslan, 2010. Occurrence of barite mineralization in bahariya depression, western desert, Egypt. J. Physiochem. Problems Mineral Process. Poland, 44: 41-52.
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  3. Raslan, M.F., 2008. Occurrence of uraniferous iron grains at Gabal Gattar, El Missikat and El Erediya granites in Eastern Desert of Egypt. Resour. Geol., 59: 99-105.
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  4. Raslan, M.F., 2008. Occurrence of ishikawaite (uranium rich-samarskite) in the mineralized abu rushied gneiss, southeastern desert, Egypt. J. Int. Geol. Rev., 50: 1132-1140.
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  5. Raslan, M.F., 2008. Beneficiation of uranium-rich fluorite from el - missikat mineralized granite, central eastern desert, Egypt. J. Physiochem. Problems Mineral Process. Poland, 42: 185-194.
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  6. Raslan, M.F., K.F. Mahmoud and M.E. Roz, 2004. Contribution to the mineralogy of the uranium bearing- hammamat sediments, gabal gattar prospect, north eastern desert, Egypt. Proceeding of the 6th International Conference on Geochemistry, Sept. 15-16, Alex, Univ., Egypt, pp: 147-158.