Dr. Mohammed  Matouq

Dr. Mohammed Matouq

Head of Academic Department
King Hussein University, Jordan


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Nagoya University, Japan

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Biography

Dr. Mohammed Matouq obtained his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Nagoya University, Japan. His area of interest related to Physical Science Engineering, Reaction Engineering, GIS and Remote Sensing, Water Resources Management and Climate Changes. He has published 33 research articles in journals as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Physical Science Engineering
100%
Reaction Engineering
62%
GIS and Remote Sensing
90%
Water Resources Managment
75%
Climate Changes
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Abdelhadi, M., N. Abdelhadi and M. Matouq, 2012. The Utilization of Coal Ash as an Induction Agent for the Generation of Methane Gas from Household Waste. Energy Sources Part A, 34: 906-911.
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  2. Al-Anber, Z.A., M.A. Al-Anberb, M. Matouq, O. Al-Ayed and N.M. Omari, 2011. Defatted Jojoba for the removal of methylene blue from aqueous solution. Desalination, 276: 169-174.
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  3. Abdelhadi, M.A., T. Yoshihiko, N.A. Abdelhadi and M. Matouq, 2011. Utilization of Fly Ash Linear Materials As An Adsorbent of Hazardous Chemical Compounds. Sci. Res. Essays, 6: 3330-3334.
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  4. Matouq, M., O. Al-Ayeda, Z. Al-Anbera, M. Al-Shannaga, N. Kloubb, T. Tagawac and S. Aljbourc, 2010. Wastewater treatment resulting from an oil shale retorting at high frequency ultrasound waves with a chemical elemental analysis. Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery Utilization Environ. Eff., 32: 1878-1884.
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  5. Kloub, N., M. Matouq, M. Krishan, S. Eslamian and M. Abdelhadi, 2010. Multitemporal monitoring of water resources degradation at Al-Azraq Oasis, Jordan, using remote sensing and GIS techniques. Int. J. Global Warming, 2: 1-6.
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  6. Al-Ayeda, O.S., M. Matouq, Z. Anbar, A.M. Khaleela and E. Abu-Nameh, 2010. Oil shale pyrolysis kinetics and variable activation energy principle. Applied Energy, 87: 1269-1272.
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  7. Matouq, M., S. Koda, T. Maricela, A. Omar and T. Tagawa, 2009. Solvent extraction of bitumen from Jordan oil shale assisted by and low frequency ultrasound. J. Jpn. Pet. Inst., 52: 265-269.
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  8. Matouq, M., I. Amarneh, N. Kloub, O. Badran and S.A. Al-Duheisat, 2009. Investigating the effect of combustion of blending Jordanian diesel oil with kerosene on reducing the environmental impacts by diesel engine. J. Ecol. Econ. Stat., 13: 79-87.
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  9. Al-Ayed, O.S. and M. Matouq, 2009. Influence of pyrolysis environment on liquid product and sulfur of oil shale. Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery Utilization Environ. Eff., 31: 679-686.
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  10. Matouq, M.A., Z.A. Al-Anber, T. Tagawa, S. Aljbour and M. Al-Shannag, 2008. Degradation of dissolved diazinon pesticide in water using the high frequency of ultrasound wave. Ultrason. Sonochem., 15: 869-874.
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  11. Matouq, M., Z. Al-Anber, T. Tomohiko, A. Salah and Y. Hiroshi, 2008. Investigating the micro-channel flow reactor configuration on the liquid phase synthesis of tert-amyl methyl ether catalyzed by sulfuric acid. J. Applied Sci., 8: 601-607.
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  12. Matouq, M., 2008. The potential of reusing treated municipal wastewater for irrigation in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Int. J. Water, 4: 105-120.
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  13. Matouq, M., 2008. The physical impacts of applying high frequency of ultrasound wave on sea, brackish, hot spring and municipal water. Asian J. Chem., 20: 4101-4109.
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  14. Matouq, M., 2008. Predicting the impact of global warming on the Middle East region: Case study on Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan using the application of geographical information system. J. Applied Sci., 8: 462-470.
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  15. Matouq, M., 2008. Investigation of the bubble foam separation technique to extract protein from whey. Am. J. Applied Sci., 5: 468-472.
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  16. Al-Shannag, M., M. Matouq and Z. Al-Anber, 2008. Simulation of surfactant-oil-solvent ternary system: Mean field theory. Asian J. Chem., 20: 4021-4030.
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  17. Al-Anber, Z.A. and M.A.D. Matouq, 2008. Batch adsorption of cadmium ions from aqueous solution by means of olive cake. J. Hazard. Mater., 151: 194-201.
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  18. Tagawa, T., S. Aljbour, M. Matouq and H. Yamada, 2007. Micro-channel reactor with guideline structure for organic-aqueous binary system. Chem. Eng. Sci., 62: 5123-5126.
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  19. Matouq, M.A.D. and Z.A. Al-Anber, 2007. The application of high frequency ultrasound waves to remove ammonia from simulated industrial wastewater. Ultrason. Sonochem., 14: 393-397.
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  20. Matouq, M., N. Kloub and K. Inoue, 2007. The role of quality control and everyones participation in japan to prevent pollution during last five decades. Am. J. Applied Sci., 4: 14-18.
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  21. Matouq, M. and O. Alayed, 2007. Combined process of solvent extraction and gamma-ray radiation for the extraction of oil from oil shale. Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery Utilization Environ. Eff., 29: 1471-1476.
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  22. Matouq, M., 2006. The Peace Process and Water Supply in Jordan: Inter and Tran Boundary Border Projects. In: Water in the Middle East Cooperation and Technological Solution in Jordan Valley, Hambright, K.D., F.J. Ragep and J. Ginat, (Eds.). University of Oklahoma Press, USA., pp: 162-172.
  23. Matouq, M., 2006. Roles of Local Agenda 21 Toward Mitigation of Environmental Degradation by Tourist Industry: Case Study for Petra Region-Jordan. Assiut Univ. Bull. Environ. Res., 9: 61-75.
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  24. Matouq, M.A.D., 2005. The development of environmental management system in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan: An analytical case study of the speech from the throne 1953-1997. Assuit Univ. Bull. Environ. Res., 8: 25-35.
  25. Mohammed, M., 2000. The ISO 14001 EMS Implementation Process and Its Implications: A Case Study of Central Japan. Environ. Manage., 25: 177-188.
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  26. Matouq, M., 2000. A case study of ISO 14001-based environmental management system implementation in the People`s Republic of China. Local Environ., 5: 415-433.
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  27. Matouq, M., 1999. An Analysis of Water Resource Management Projects in Jordan and their Role in Regional Development in the Middle East Peace Process. Reg. Dev. Stud., 5: 79-100.
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  28. Matouq, M., M. Amando, T. Quitain, K. Takahashi and S. Goto, 1996. Reactive distillation for synthesizing ethyl tert-butyl ether from low-grade alcohol catalyzed by potassium hydrogen sulfate. Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 35: 982-984.
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  29. Matouq, M., T. Tagawa and S. Goto, 1994. Combined process to produce methyl tert-butyl ether form tert-butyl alcohol and methanol. J. Chem. Eng. Jap., 27: 302-306.
  30. Matouq, M.H. and S. Goto, 1993. Kinetics of liquid phase synthesis of methyl tert-butyl ether from tert-butyl alcohol and methanol catalyzed by ion-exchange resin. Int. J. Chem. Kinet., 25: 825-831.
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  31. Matouq, M., T. Tagawa and S. Goto, 1993. Liquid phase synthesis of methyl tert-butyl ether on heteropoly acid catalyst. J. Chem. Eng. Jap., 26: 254-258.
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  32. Goto, S., T. Chatan and M.H. Matouq, 1993. Hydration of 2-methyl-2-butene in Gas-Liquid Cocurrent Upflow and Downflow Reactors. Can. J. Chem. Eng., 71: 821-823.
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  33. Goto, S., M. Takeuchi and M.H. Matouq, 1992. Kinetics of Esterification of Palmitic Acid with Isobutyl Alcohol on Ion-Exchange Resin Pellets. Int. J. Chem. Kinet., 24: 587-592.
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