Nurlisa Hidayati
Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Sriwijaya University, Kampus UNSRI Indralaya, Jl. Palembang Prabumulih Km 32 Ogan Ilir 30662, South Sumatera

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Journal : Science and Technology Indonesia

Calcium oxide from Pomacea canaliculata and Babylonia spirata snails Septiani, Triayu; Hidayati, Nurlisa; Mohadi, Risfidian
Science and Technology Indonesia Vol 2 No 3 (2017): July
Publisher : ARTS Publishing

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The preparation of CaO from golden snail (Pomacea canaliculata) and lion snail (Babylonia spirata) through decomposition at various temperature i.e 700o, 800o, 900o and 1000oC during 3 hours has been carried out. Calcium oxide from decomposition was characterized using X-Ray diffractometer.  Furthermore, the characterization was continued using FT-IR spectrophotometer and determination of surface area using BET analysis. The results showed that the optimum temperature for preparation of CaO from  golden snail and lion snail at  900oC with 2q values are: 32.2° , 37.4o , 54o , 64.2o , 67.3° and 32.4°, 37.5°, 67.5 °,  respectively. FT-IR spectra showed characteristic vibrations for the Ca-O in the sample golden snail and lion snail combustion products at a temperature of 900oC. Ca-O absorption of golden snail samples in the wavenumber around 362.62 cm-1 and lion snail seen in wavenumber around 384.76 cm-1 indicating the presence of Ca-O vibration of the metal oxide of preparation. Golden snail and the lion snail combustion at 900oC temperature of each sample which has a surface area of 20.495 m2/g, while the lion snail 17.308 m2/g.  The pore diameter of golden snail 3.753 nm and 11.319 nm of lion snail. All CaO can be categorized as mesoporous material. Keywords: golden snail, lion snail, decomposition, CaO
Science and Technology Indonesia Vol 5 No 1 (2020): January
Publisher : Research Center of Inorganic Materials and Coordination Complexes, FMIPA Universitas Sriwijaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26554/sti.2020.5.1.1-5


The synthesis of modified chitosan has been studied. The aims of this research were modification of chitosan with ZnO nanoparticle to form chitosan-ZnO nanoparticle and its application as antibacterial agent of  Staphylococus aureus. Characterization of modified chitosan  was conducted using FTIR spectroscopy and X-Ray diffractometer. ZnO nanoparticle was synthesized by leaf extract of Sirih hijau (piper betle L)  and zinc acetate dihydrate. Modified chitosan was synthesized by chitosan and ZnO nanoparticle. Modified chitosan solution can act as antibacterial agent with paper disk method. The result showed that chitosan can be modified with ZnO nanoparticle and detected at wave number of 3427 cm?1. The crystalline size of ZnO nanoparticle is 16.47 nm. The average inhibition zone of chitosan-ZnO nanoparticle at concentration 10.000, 5.000 and 2.500 ppm are 28.87 ±  0.4 ;  24.93 ± 0.15 and 19.35 ± 0.3 mm respectively.
MALACHITE GREEN REMOVAL BY ZN/AL-CITRATE LDHS IN AQUEOUS SOLUTION Hidayati, Nurlisa; Mohadi, Risfidian; Elfita, Elfita; Lesbani, Aldes
Science and Technology Indonesia Vol 5 No 2 (2020): April
Publisher : Research Center of Inorganic Materials and Coordination Complexes, FMIPA Universitas Sriwijaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26554/sti.2020.5.2.59-61


Zn/Al-citrate LDHs was synthesized using co precipitation method at basic condition and the material were applied as adsorbent of malachite green (MG) dye in aqueous medium using batch system. Adsorption of MG onto Zn/Al-citrate was investigated through kinetic, isotherm adsorption and thermodynamic studies. Kinetic model was fitted PSO than PFO for MG adsorption. The rate of adsorption ?2 for Zn/Al LDHs was 0.000692 min?1 and 0.000371 g for Zn/Al-citrate min?1. Adsorption of malachite green onto Zn/Al LDHs and Zn/Al citrate LDHs was investigated and following Langmuir adsorption isotherm model shows chemical adsorption process. The adsorption capacity maximum of Zn/Al-citrate is 333 mg/g from Zn/Al LDHs is only 111 mg/g. Thermodynamic parameters of Zn/Al-citrate confirmed adsorption process was endothermic and spontaneous.