ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR DR. LIM JIT KANG
Qualifications: B.Eng. (USM), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Carnegie Mellon)
Expertise: Magnetophoresis of nanostructured magnetic colloid, Colloidal-based localized surface plasmon resonance, Colloidal stability and dispersion, Electroosmosis and dielectrophoresis of colloidal particles
- H.X. Che, S.J. Gwee, W.M. Ng, A.L. Ahmad, J.K. Lim, “Design of core-shell magnetic nanocomposite by using linear and branched polycation as an ad-layer: Influences of the structural and viscoelastic properties”, Colloid and Surface A 539 (2018) 209 – 220.
- H.X. Che, S.S. Leong, W.M. Ng, A.L. Ahmad, J.K. Lim, “Deposition kinetic of iron oxide nanoparticles on a poly(diallydimethylammonium chloride) coated silica surface: Influences on formation of a softer particle-polyelectrolyte layer”, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 121 (2017) 20777 – 20789.
- S.S. Leong, A. Zainal, J. Camacho, J. Faraudo, J.K. Lim, “Kinetics of low field gradient magnetophoresis in the presence of magnetically induced convection”, The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 121 (2017) 5389 – 5407.
- S.S. Leong, S.P. Yeap, J.K. Lim, “Working principle and application of magnetic separation for biomedical diagnostic at high- and low-field gradient”, Interface Focus 6 (2016) 0048.
- S.S. Leong, Z. Ahmad, J.K. Lim, “Magnetophoresis of superparamagnetic nanoparticles at low field gradient: hydrodynamic effect” Soft Matter 11 (2015) 6968—6980.
- Hydrodynamic influences on magnetophoresis at low field gradient
- Colloidal stability and magnetophoresis of superparamagnetic nanoparticles coated graphene
- Magnetotaxis of biomotor: External force field vs self-swimming
- Design and synthesis of surface functionalized magnetic nanocolloid tailor toward large scale engineering applications.
- Design and synthesis magnetic shell composite nanoparticles with catalytic and magnetic bifunctionalities.
- Hydrodynamic fluid flow behavior of low field gradient magnetophoresis.
- Design and synthesis of nanostructured magnetic colloid augmented polymeric capsule for water remediation.
- Kinematic study of motile microalgae under the influences of low magnetic field gradient.
- Magnetophoresis of superparamagnetic nanoparticles stabilized pickering emulsion.