Sameh Gharaibeh
Sameh Gharaibeh
Professor of Environmental Science, Yarmouk University
Verified email at yu.edu.jo - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Removal of selected heavy metals from aqueous solutions using processed solid residue of olive mill products
SH Gharaibeh, Y Wa'il, MM Al-Kofahi
Water Research 32 (2), 498-502, 1998
2051998
Hydrogenation of cinnamaldehyde over sol–gel Pd/SiO2 catalysts: kinetic aspects and modification of catalytic properties by Sn, Ir and Cu additives
S Mahmoud, A Hammoudeh, S Gharaibeh, J Melsheimer
Journal of Molecular Catalysis A: Chemical 178 (1-2), 161-167, 2002
582002
Effluent treatment of industrial wastewater using processed solid residue of olive mill products and commercial activated carbon
SH Gharaibeh, SV Moore, A Buck
Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology: International Research in …, 1998
411998
Antimicrobial activity of common mouthwash solutions on multidrug-resistance bacterial biofilms
MM Masadeh, SF Gharaibeh, KH Alzoubi, SI Al-Azzam, WM Obeidat
Journal of clinical medicine research 5 (5), 389, 2013
282013
The levels of cadmium, nickel, manganese lead, zinc, iron, tin, copper and arsenic in the brined canned Jordanian cheese
KI Ereifej, SH Gharaibeh
Zeitschrift für Lebensmittel-Untersuchung und Forschung 197 (2), 123-126, 1993
251993
Removal of selected heavy metals from aqueous solutions using a solid by-product from the Jordanian oil shale refining
WY Abu-El-Sha'r, SH Gharaibeh, MM Al-Kofahi
Environmental Geology 39 (2), 113-116, 1999
201999
Removal of dyes from aqueous solutions using low-cost sorbents made of solid residues from olive-mill wastes (JEFT) and solid residues from refined Jordanian oil shale
WY Abu-El-Sha'r, SH Gharaibeh, S Mahmoud
Environmental Geology 39 (10), 1090-1094, 2000
152000
Removal of nutrients from sewage effluent in stabilization ponds using natural zeolite
SH Gharaibeh, IM Dwairi
Chemische Technik 48 (4), 215-218, 1996
111996
Low-cost Treatment of and disposal of olive mill wastewater.
S Gharaibeh
Pollution Solutions 9, 4-6, 2008
62008
Manufacturing and environmental applications of granular activated carbon from processed solid residue of olive mill products (JEFT)
WY Abu‐El‐Sha'r, SH Gharaibeh
Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry 68 (1-2), 43-52, 1999
61999
Belastung der Umgebung der Akeidir-Müllkippe in Nordjordanien durch Schwermetalle und Organohalogenverbindungen
SH Gharaibeh, D Schuller, R Gels, B Hollmann
Wasser und Boden 46 (8), 54-57, 1994
61994
Occurrence of benzo [a] pyrene in combustion effluents of kerosene and diesel burners
SH Gharaibeh, MA Abuirjeie, AA Hunaiti
Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology 41 (3), 449-453, 1988
61988
High rates of domestic sewage sludge on a calcareous soil and their effect on wheat growth using a pot experiment
Z Rawajfih, S Gharaibeh
Zeitschrift für Pflanzenernährung und Bodenkunde 153 (5), 297-300, 1990
51990
Die problomatite der ahallbeseitingung in jordan. Fallstudie fur enstasicklungs lander
SH Gharaibeh, A Masad
Wasser und Boden 10, 620-622, 1989
51989
The application of solar distillation technique as a mean for olive mill wastewater management
SGMAI A. Q. Jaradat 1
Water and Environment Journal. Print ISSN 1747-6585 32, 134–140, 2018
42018
Low-cost pre-treatment of pharmaceutical wastewater.
S Abu-Safa, A., Mosa, M., and Gharaibeh
International Journal of Chemical and Environmental engineering 6, 153-157., 2012
4*2012
Use of Jordanian zeolitic tuff in animal waste treatment and pollution control
SIM Sharadqah, I Al Dwari
Yarmouk University, 1994
41994
Treatment of domestic waste water effluent from stabilization ponds usingJordanian zeolitic tuffs
ZF Al-Rashdan, I Dwairi
Yarmouk University, 1994
41994
Obtaining a new source of biofuel from Olive Mill Wastewater using solar energy.
S Gharaibeh, A and Jaradat
Energy, Ecology and Environment 2 (1), 29-34, 2017
22017
Klaerschlamm: Eine neue und wichtige Abfallart in Jordanien (Fallstudie).
S Gharaibeh
Zeitschrift fuer Kulturtechnik und Landentwicklung 30, 196-199, 1989
21989
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