Ziad Shakhsher

Post:

Associate Professor in Chemistry

Location:

Department of Chemistry, Room 1344, Faculty of Science & Technology, Al-Quds University, Abu-Dies, Palestine, P.O. Box 2002

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Palestine:

09-2347324

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+072-09-2347324

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About

  • Member of the American Chemical Society
  • Member of Palestinian Chemical Society.

Research interests

  • Development of Fiber Optic Chemical Sensors
  • Fluorescence Study of Organic Cation Binding to Hydrocarbon Bonded Silica Surfaces
  • Development of an Optical pH and metal ion Sensor Based on Changes in optical prosperities accompanying Polymer Swelling.

Teaching activities

  • Quantitative Analysis
  • Instrumental Analysis
  • General Chemistry Courses
  • Lab Analytical Chemistry

Selected publications

  • Z. M. Shaksher , Y. Zhang, D. Sundberg, C. L. Grant and W. R. Seitz "new Approaches to Indicators for Insitu Optical Sensing ".Symposium on Sensor Technology, Cleveland, OH, 1987, Electrochemical Society Proceedings, Volume, 15, 54-61.
  • Z. Zhujum, Y. Zhang, W. Wangbai, R. Russell, Z. M. Shaksher, C. L. Grant, W. R. Seitz and D. C. Sundberg "Poly (Vinyl alcohol) as a Substrate for Indicator Immobilization for Fiber Optic Chemical Sensors" Anal. Chem, 61(1989) 202.
  • Z. M. Shaksher and W. R. Seitz, "Fluorescence Study of Organic Cation Binding to Hydrocarbon Bonded Silica Surfaces" Anal. Chem, 61(1989) 590
  • Z. M. Shaksher and W. R. Seitz, "Optical Ddetection of Carbonic Surfactants Based on Ion Paring with Environment-Sensitive Fluorophor" Anal. Chem. 62,(1990) 1758.
  • S. Pan, V. Conway , Z. M. Shaksher , S. Emersons, M. Bai, W. R. Seitz, K. D. Legg, Anal. Chem. Acta 279(1993) 195.
  • Z. M. Shaksher, W. R. Seitz and K. D. Legg, "A Single Fiber Optical pH Sensor Based on Changes in Reflection accompanying Polymer Swelling" Anal. Chem. 66 (1994) 1731-1736
  • X. F. Xie Z. Shakhsher, A. A. Suliman, G. G. Guilbault, Z. M. Yang & Z. A. Sun "A fiber Optic Biosensor for Sulfite analysis in Food" Talanta, 41(2) (1994) 317-321.
  • Z. Zhang, Z. Shaksher, and W. R. Seitz, Aminated Polystyrene Membranes for a Fiber Optic Sensor Based on Reflective Changes Accompanying Polymer Swelling " Mikrochim Acta , 21 (1995) 41-50.
  • Ziad M. Shakhsher , Imad Odeh , Suha Jaber, W. Rudolf Seitz, Selective optical chemical sensor based on swellable dicarboxlate functionlized polymer microspheres in hydrogel membrane, Mikrochim Acta. 144 (2004) 147-153.
  • I. Odeh, S. Siam, M. Khatib, and Z. Shakhsher, An Optical Chemical Sensor Based on Polymer Swelling and Shrinking using Dithiocarbamate-Polymer Microspheres, Jordan Journal of Chemistry, 4 (2009) 55-64