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Elhafez, S. M., A. A. Ashour, N. M. Elhafez, and Y. M. Elhafez, "Aanalysis of Wrist and Fingers Positions during Writing in Preschool Children", World Confederation for Physical Therapy (WCPT), Suntec City, Singapore, 3 May, 2015. wrist_and_fingers_positions.docx
Abu-Hamd, M., A. Nasr, and A. Amer, AASHTO Load Distribution of Horizontally Curved Bridges, , International Conference on Future Vision, 2004. aashto_load_distribution_of_horizontally_curved_bridges.pdf
El-Taher, S., "Ab initio and DFT investigation of fluorinated methyl hydroperoxides: Structures, rotational barriers, and thermochemical properties", Journal of fluorine chemistry, vol. 127, issue 1: Elsevier, pp. 54-62, 2006. Abstract
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El‐Taher, S., "Ab initio and DFT investigation of the structures and properties of chloromethyl and chlorofluoromethyl peroxyl radicals", International journal of quantum chemistry, vol. 102, issue 2: Wiley Online Library, pp. 178-188, 2005. Abstract
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Elalfy, L. A., W. M. I. Hassan, and W. N. Akl, "Ab initio density functional theory investigation of the interaction between carbon nanotubes and water molecules during water desalination process", Journal of chemistry by hindawi, vol. 2013, issue ID 813592, pp. 6, 2013. Abstract813592_2.pdfWebsite

Density functional theory calculations using B3LYP/3-21G level of theory has been implemented on 6 carbon nanotubes (CNTs) structures (3 zigzag and 3 armchair) to study the energetics of the reverse osmosis during water desalination process. Calculations of the band gap, interaction energy, highest occupied molecular orbital, lowest unoccupied molecular orbital, electronegativity, hardness and pressure of the system are discussed. The calculations showed that the water molecule exists inside the CNT is about 2-3 Å away from its wall. The calculations have proven that the zigzag CNTs are more efficient for reverse osmosis water desalination process than armchair CNTs as the reverse osmosis process requires pressure of approximately 200 MPa for armchair CNTs, which is consistent with the values used in molecular dynamics simulations, while that needed when using zigzag CNTs was in the order of 60MPa.

Ohmura, S., K. Nagaya, F. Shimojo, and M. Yao, "Ab Initio MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS STUDY OF NONEQUILIBRIUM PHENOMENA IN DISORDERED MATERIALS", MODELS IN BIOSCIENCE AND MATERIALS RESEARCH, pp. 1, Submitted. Abstract
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Ohmura, S., K. Nagaya, F. Shimojo, and M. Yao, "Ab Initio MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS STUDY OF NONEQUILIBRIUM PHENOMENA IN DISORDERED MATERIALS", MODELS IN BIOSCIENCE AND MATERIALS RESEARCH, pp. 1, Submitted. Abstract
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El‐Taher, S., "Ab initio study of reactions of hydroxyl radicals with chloro‐and fluoro‐substituted methanes", International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, vol. 84, issue 4: Wiley Online Library, pp. 426-440, 2001. Abstract
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El‐Taher, S., R. H. Hilal, and T. A. Albright, "An ab initio study of the structures and energetics of the planar ground and 90°‐twisted excited states of substituted ethylenes", International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, vol. 82, issue 5: Wiley Online Library, pp. 242-254, 2001. Abstract
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FARRAG, A., "Ab-initio Calculations for Forbidden M1/E2 Decay Rates in Ti XIX ion. EJTP3, No 11", Electronic Journal of Theoretical Physics, pp. 111-122, 2006.
Moghram, B. A., E. Nabil, and A. Badr, "Ab-initio conformational epitope structure prediction using genetic algorithm and SVM for vaccine design", Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, vol. 153, pp. 161-170, 2018.
Moghram, B. A., E. Nabil, and A. Badr, "Ab-initio conformational epitope structure prediction using genetic algorithm and SVM for vaccine design", Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, vol. 153: Elsevier, pp. 161-170, 2018. Abstract
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Moghram, B. A., E. Nabil, and A. Badr, "Ab-Initio Protein Tertiary Structure Prediction Using Genetic Algorithm", IOSR Journals (IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering), vol. 1, no. 18, pp. 26–32, 2016. Abstract
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Atta, H., L. Damiati, M. Alkaff, M. Abbas, M. Kotb, G. Karrouf, and S. Mahfouz, "AB0102 Cartilage Paste Impregnated with Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCS) Repair Focal Articular Cartilage Defects in Rabbits", Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, vol. 74, no. Suppl 2: BMJ Publishing Group Ltd and European League Against Rheumatism, pp. 925–925, 2015. Abstract
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Elfishawi, M. M., F. T. Elgengehy, G. I. Mossallam, S. M. Elfishawi, M. M. Alfishawy, and I. M. Metwally, AB0556 HLA Revisited in Egyptian Patients with Behçet9s Syndrome: New Associations of Hla Alleles with Susceptibility, Protection, Presentation and Severity of The Disaese, : BMJ Publishing Group Ltd, 2016. Abstract
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Eissa, M., Y. El Miedany, W. Hassan, D. Mekkawy, M. A. Mortada, S. I. Nasef, M. El Gaafary, hala lotfy, yomna farag, G. El Deriny, et al., AB0962 UPDATE FOR THE CLINICAL PRACTICE: INTEGRATED, EVIDENCE-BASED APPROACH FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF JUVENILE SPONDYLOARTHRITIS, : BMJ Publishing Group Ltd, 2019. Abstract
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Eissa, M., Y. El Miedany, W. Hassan, D. Mekkawy, M. A. Mortada, S. I. Nasef, M. El Gaafary, hala lotfy, yomna farag, G. El Deriny, et al., AB0962 UPDATE FOR THE CLINICAL PRACTICE: INTEGRATED, EVIDENCE-BASED APPROACH FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF JUVENILE SPONDYLOARTHRITIS, : BMJ Publishing Group Ltd, 2019. Abstract
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Eissa, M., Y. El Miedany, W. Hassan, D. Mekkawy, M. A. Mortada, S. I. Nasef, M. El Gaafary, hala lotfy, yomna farag, G. El Deriny, et al., AB0962 UPDATE FOR THE CLINICAL PRACTICE: INTEGRATED, EVIDENCE-BASED APPROACH FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF JUVENILE SPONDYLOARTHRITIS, : BMJ Publishing Group Ltd, 2019. Abstract
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