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    Room No# 3461, Kobi Jibanananda Das academic building, Khulna University, Khulna-9208, Bangladesh.

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A.B.M. Nazmul Islam
Assistant Professor

  • M.Sc.(Thesis) in Inorganic Chemistry, 2009
             Department of Chemistry, University of Rajshahi, Rajshahi-6205, Bangladesh.
  • B.Sc.(Hon’s) in Chemistry, 2008
             Department of Chemistry, University of Rajshahi, Rajshahi-6205, Bangladesh.
  • H.S.C. (Science), 2004
             N.S. Govt. College, Natore-6400, Bangladesh.
  • S.S.C. (Science), 2002
             Natore Govt. Boy's High School, Natore-6400, Bangladesh.

                ·   Classical transition metal coordination chemistry with theoretical inorganic chemistry.
                ·  Inorganic (Metal-Ligand) synthesis, preparative coordination chemistry, structural studies, spectroscopy, magnetism, electrochemistry, investigation of stabilities and reactivity’s as well as their biological studies.
                ·   Metal-ligand cooperative organometallic compounds.






                Professional:

                Assistant Professor, Chemistry Discipline , Khulna University, Bangladesh.
                (September 14, 2015 - Present)

                Lecturer, Chemistry Discipline, Khulna University, Bangladesh.
                (September 5, 2013 - September 13, 2015)

                Part-time Teacher, Chemistry Discipline, Khulna University, Bangladesh.
                (July 15, 2012 - September 4, 2013)

                Administrative:

                Assistant Director of Student Affairs, Khulna University, Bangladesh.
                (November 14, 2017 - July 4, 2018)

                                                                                           

                 Peer-reviewed articles


                    1.    Synthesis, Structural Properties of Hydrazine Carbodithioate Schiff Base and Their Metal Complexes and Evaluation of Their Biological Activity; Umme Shaila Sultana, Md. Ahsan Habib, Md. Khairul Amin, Md. Mahiuddin, Md. Kudrat -E- Zahan, A.B.M. Nazmul Islam; Egyptian Journal of Chemistry, 2020 (In press).

                     

                    2.    Peroxo Complexes of Th(IV) and Zr(IV) Ions Containing Aspartic Acid and Amine Bases as Potential Biological Agents; N. A. Bitu, M. S. Hossain, ABM N. Islam, M. S. Islam, M. M. Haque, M. F. Hossen, A. Asraf, R. K. Mohapatra, M. K.-E- Zahan; Russian Journal of General Chemistry, 2020, 90 ( 8), 1553–1557.

                     

                    3.    Quantitative Evaluation of Macro and Micronutrients in Averrhoa bilimbi, Mimusops elengi and Carissa carandas Fruits of Bangladesh; Liton Chandra, A.B.M. Nazmul Islam, Nasir Uddin, Amina Khatun, Md. Matiar Rahman, Md. Kudrat-e- Zahan, Md. Abdul Mannan; Asian Journal of Chemistry, 2020, Vol. 32 (9), P. 2279-2283.

                     

                    4.      Volumetric and viscometric studies of l-proline in aqueous solution of alcohols at different temperatures;Md Aminul Islam, Md Tauhidur Rahman, A.B.M. Nazmul Islam, Mosummath Hosna Ara, Shishir Kumar Dey; International Journal of Chemistry Studies, 2020, Vol.  4(1), P. 35-41.

                     

                    5.      A review on synthesis and versatile applications of some selected Schiff bases with their transition metal complexes; Pronoy Ghosh, Shishir K. Dey, Mosummath Hosna Ara, Kaykobad Md. Rezaul Karim, A.B.M. Nazmul Islam; Egyptian Journal of Chemistry, 2019, Vol. 62 (Special Issue, Part 2), p.523-547.

                     

                    6.    Hematological, histopathological and growth performance studies on Albino Rats on Mystus gulio fillet with formulated cereal; Mosummath Hosna Ara, Kaykobad Md Rezaul Karim, Nirob Kumar Saha, A.B.M. Nazmul Islam, Palash Kumar Dhar; Journal of Chemical Health Risks, 2019, Vol. 9(1), p. 1-10.

                     

                    7.     Investigation on Fatty Acid composition of oil extracted from Carica papaya L. seed; Prianka Saha, Md. Mahiuddin, Nirob Kumar Saha, A.B.M. Nazmul Islam, Mosummath Hosna Ara; International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (IJIRSET), 2018,Vol.7(10), p. 10543-10548.

                     

                    8.    Investigation on antimicrobial activity of newly synthesized mixed ligand Ni(II) ion complexes; Gagi Tauhidur Rahman, A.B.M. Nazmul Islam, M.M. Haque, Md. Kudrat-E-Zahan; International Journal of Material Chemistry and Physics, American institute of Science (AIS), 2015, Vol. 1(2), p. 207-211.

                    9.  Structural investigation on newly synthesized Schiff base complexes of Cu(II), Ni(II) and Zn(II) metal ions by conventional    method; Gagi Tauhidur Rahman,Md. Kudrat-E-Zahan, A.B.M. Nazmul Islam,M.M. Haque,Md. Akhter Farooque; International Journal of Material Chemistry and Physics, American institute of Science (AIS), 2015, Vol. 2(1), p.1-4.


                    Conference Attended:



                    1.      Characterizing the binding interaction of biologically active Schiff base: a spectroscopic study in combination with various metal cations; Md. Mahadi Hasan, Habib Md. Ahsan, Asish Kumar Das, A.B.M. Nazmul Islam; International Conference on Recent Advances in Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, Jagannath University, Dhaka-1100, Bangladesh. February, 2020.

                    2.     Improving reduction abilities of CO2 : functionalization with redox active metal complex;Habib Md. Ahsan, A.B.M. Nazmul Islam, Kaykobad Md.Rezaul Karim, Md. Mahiuddin, Mosummath Hosna Ara; International Conference on Recent Advances in Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, Jagannath University, Dhaka-1100, Bangladesh. February, 2020.

                    3.   Biological activity of coordination compounds of Cobalt (II), Nickel (II) and Copper (II) supported by unique (4-dimethylamino-benzyllidene)-[1,2,4] triazol-4-yl-amine) Schiff base ligand; Md. Mahadi Hasan, Habib Md. Ahsan, Asish Kumar Das, A.B.M. Nazmul Islam; PSE-NPS 2020 Summit, Pharmacy Discipline, Khulna University, Khulna-9208, Bangladesh, January 2020.

                    4.    Spectroscopic analysis on the binding interaction of Schiff base ligand with different transition metal ions; Md. Mahadi Hasan, Md. Ahsan Habib, Jannatul Naime, Prianka Saha, A.B.M. Nazmul Islam; Bangladesh Chemical Society Conference, Rajshahi University, Rajshahi-6205, Bangladesh, November 2019.

                    5.    Electrolytic carbon dioxide reduction by using heteromatalic Bismuth-Platinum ionic cage complex; Md. Ahsan Habib, Takefumi yoshida, ABM Nazmul Islam, Hosna Ara; Bangladesh Chemical Society Conference, Rajshahi University, Rajshahi-6205, Bangladesh, November 2019.

                    6.     Synthesis and characterization of transition metal complex coordinating new schiff base ligand; Umme Shaila Sultana, Md. Mahadi Hasan, Md. Ahsan Habib, Md. Mahiuddin, Md. Khairul Amin, A.B.M. Nazmul Islam; International Conference on Chemical Science & Technology, Department of Chemistry, Khulna University of Engineering & Technology, Khulna-9203,Bangladesh, February, 2018.

                    7.    Removal of toxic methyl blue dye from wastewater using low cost natural adsorbent;Sagor Kumar Dutta, PK Nandi, J. Ahmed, M. Elias, M. Mahiuddin, A.B.M. Nazmul Islam, MK Amin; Conference on material science & nano-electrochemistry, Department of Chemistry, University of Rajshahi, Rajshahi-6205, Bangladesh, April 2017.

                    8.     Studies on coordination chemistry & evaluation of biomedical properties of some nitrogen sulfur donor ligands and their metal complexes; A.B.M. Nazmul Islam, M. Ahsan Habib, T.H. Tarafder; Zoha Memorial symposium, Department of Chemistry, University of Rajshahi, Rajshahi-6205, Bangladesh, February 2012.


                    M.Sc. Thesis:

                     

                    • Islam, A.B.M. Nazmul; 2012; Studies on coordination chemistry and biomedical properties of some nitrogen-sulfur donor ligands and their metal complexes; Master’s Thesis, Department of Chemistry, University of Rajshahi, Rajshahi-6205, Bangladesh.


                    Principles of inorganic chemistry

                    Chem - 1203: Principles of Inorganic Chemistry

                    Credit Hour: 03

                    Year: First

                    Term: II

                    Rationale:

                    This course provides a systematic presentation of the chemical applications of group theory with emphasis on the formal development of the subject and its applications to the methods of inorganic chemical compounds.

                    Course Objectives:

                    ·         To develop an understanding of principles and the applications with the study and comprehension of the correlation between structure and the properties of materials

                    Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs)

                    Course Content

                    At the end of the course the students will be able to-

                    1.       relate the composition and properties of matter, and how those properties are affected by changes in composition and external conditions

                    2.       classify the chemical species that function as the bronsted acid, the bronsted base, the conjugate acid and the conjugate base from the molecular equation for an acid-base reaction

                    3.       identify species that are “oxidized” and/or “reduced” and to identify those species that are “oxidizing agents” and/or “reducing agents” in an oxidation-reduction reaction

                    4.       balance redox reactions in neutral, acidic or basic solution by using the “half-reaction method”

                    5.       specify symmetries of a bounded plane figure as rotations or reflections

                    6.       apply the VSEPR model to determine a molecule's electronic geometry and molecular geometry based on its lewis dot structure

                     

                     

                    Section – A

                     

                    1.       An Overview idea about Chemical Reactions: Reactions among the atoms and molecules of the same kind; reaction between atoms and molecules of different substances; miscellaneous types of chemical reactions.

                    2.     Acids and Bases: Modern concepts of acids and bases; acid-base properties of water; strength of acids and bases; molecular structure and strength of acids; leveling effect, super acids, hard and soft acids and bases; periodic trends in aqua acid strength; acidic, basic and amphoteric oxides; basic and amphoteric hydroxides. 

                    3.    Some Typical Acid-Base Reaction: Definition of strong acid and strong base, weak acid and weak base; pH scale; reactions of strong acids with strong bases; reactions of weak acids with strong bases, reactions strong acids with weak base, reactions weak acids with weak bases; buffer solution and its preparation, buffer action.

                    4.    Oxidation and Reduction Reaction: Electronic concept, oxidation state and oxidation numbers, assignment of oxidation numbers; auto oxidation, induced oxidation, balancing of redox reactions, oxidation-reduction potentials, oxidizing and reducing agents; prediction of redox reaction.

                     

                    Section – B

                     

                    5.      Molecular Symmetry: Symmetry operations and elements; symmetry point group; assigning of molecules to point groups; symmetry of orbitals.

                    6.    Structure and Energetics of Inorganic Solids: Types of solid: crystalline and amorphous;seven system of crystal, Born-Lande expression.

                    7.    Chemical Geometry: The shape of covalent molecules, factors governing the shape of molecule; shape of giant covalent molecule; valence bond theory, molecular orbital theory.

                    8.      Coordination compounds: Definition and classification of ligands;introduction and nomenclature of coordination complex, coordination number and coordination sphere.

                     

                     


                    Running

                    Qualitative Inorganic Analysis Sessional-II