Rabah Ali Khalil
University of Mosul
Rabah Ali Khalil is a full Professor of Physical Chemistry in University of Mosul, College of Science, Chemistry Department. He completed his Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry at University of Mosul in 1994, his M. Phil. Degree in Inorganic Chemistry at University of Sheffield in 1990 and his B.Sc. in General Chemistry at University of Mosul as a1st among 128 students. His most cited articles are Kinetic and prediction studies of ascorbic acid degradation in normal and concentrate local lemon juice during storage, Food Chemistry (2007) 101:254-259, Application of a Schiff base derived from sulfanilamide as an acid-base indicator, Journal of the Iranian Chemical Society (2009) 6:345-352, and Theoretical estimation of the critical packing parameter of amphiphilic self-assembled aggregates, Applied Surface Science (2014) 318:85-89. He introduced a new physical insight for the formation of worm-like micelles called Critical Intermolecular Forces (CIF) theory, Journal of the Chemical Society of Pakistan (2014) 36:211-220.
His research interests are Analytical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Self-Assembly, Supramolecular Chemistry, Surfactant Chemistry, Theoretical and Computational Chemistry, Thermodynamics and Kinetics.