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PROFESSOR DR. MOHD AZMIER AHMAD

Qualifications: B.Eng., M.Sc. (USM), Ph.D. (UM)
Expertise: Activated Carbon, Carbon Molecular Sieves (CMS), CMS Membrane, Adsorption, Pyrolysis, Waste/Biomass Utilization

 

    1. M.F.M. Yusop, M.A. Ahmad, N.A. Rosli, M.E.A. Manaf (2021). Adsorption of cationic methylene blue dye using microwave-assisted activated carbon derived from acacia wood: Optimization and batch studies, Arabian Journal of Chemistry, 14(6), 103122.
    2. M.A. Al-Maari, M.A. Ahmad, A.T.M. Din, H. Hassan, A.M. Alsobaai (2021). Co-pyrolysis of oil palm empty fruit bunch and oil palm frond with low-density polyethylene and polypropylene for bio-oil production, Arabian Journal of Chemistry, 14(8), 103282.
    3. W.N.H.W. Zainal, S.H. Tan, M.A. Ahmad (2021), Controlled carbonization heating rate for enhancing CO2 separation, Periodica Polytechnica-Chemical Engineering, 65(1), 97-104.
    4. N.A. Ahammad, M.A. Zulkifli, M.A. Ahmad, B.H. Hameed, A.T.M. Din (2021). Desorption of chloramphenicol from ordered mesoporous carbon-alginate beads: Effects of operating parameters, and isotherm, kinetics, and regeneration studies, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering 9(1), 105015.
    5. A.A. Ahmad, M.A. Ahmad, N.K.E.M. Yahaya, J. Karim (2021). Adsorption of malachite green by activated carbon derived from gasified Hevea Brasiliensis root, Arabian Journal of Chemistry, 14(4), 103104.
    6. Khasri, M.R.M. Jamir, A.A. Ahmad, M.A. Ahmad (2021). Adsorption of Remazol Brilliant Violet 5R dye from aqueous solution onto Melunak and Rubberwood sawdust based activated carbon: Interaction mechanism, isotherm, kinetic and thermodynamic properties, Desalination and Water Treatment, 216, 401-411.
    7. N.A. Ahamaad, M.F.M. Yusop, A.T.M. Din, M.A. Ahmad (2021). Preparation of Alpinia Galanga stem based activated carbon via single-step microwave irradiation for cationic dye removal, Sains Malaysiana, 50(8), 2249-2267.
    1. Production of microwave-assisted carbon adsorbent for wastewater treatment.
    2. Production of carbon molecular sieve for gas separation.
    3. Pyrolysis of biomass/agrowaste for solid fuel/char production.
    1. Mohamad Nasran: Development of low-cost adsorbent for EDC removal in urban wastewater effluent.
    2. Asaad Salim Bded Alibraheemi: Transportation of waxy crude oils at low temperatures.
    3. Erniza Mohd Johan Jaya: Removal of emerging contaminant and heavy metals in aqueous solution via adsorption process.
    4. Md Mamoon Rashid: Development of abundant metal catalysts.
    5. Mohammad Salem Abdullah Nemat Alhwaiti: Advanced of solid adsorbent technologies for treatment industrial mine wastewater discharges from Jordan Phosphate Mines.
    6. Mukarram Zubair: Engineered biochar functionalized with layered double hydroxide and CNC/chitosan for dye water purification.
    7. Mohamad Razif Mohd Ramli: Biomass modified by CuFe layered for levofloxacin and ciprofloxcin removal from aqueous solution.
    8. Al-Rikabi Muna Naeemah Ghdhaib: Fast microwave-assisted pyrolysis of wastes for biofuels production.
    9. Mohammad Salem Abdullah Nemat Alhwaiti: Advanced of solid adsorbent technologies for treatment industrial mine wastewater discharges from Jordan phosphate mines.
    10. Tan Kai Qi: Valorisation of plastic waste to syngas hydrocarbon production through thermal catalytic pyrolysis.
    11. Al-Rikabi Muna Naeemah Ghdhaib: Fast microwave-assisted pyrolysis of wastes for biofuels production.
    12. Noorhidayah Ishak: Synthesis and characterization of molecularly imprinted polymer particle amide decorated nanocavities for CO2 capture via surface imprinting.
    1. Nik Iqbal Bin Nik Ismail: Green synthesis and characterization of silver nanoparticle.
    2. Mohammed Abobakr Salem Al-Maari: Study on co-pyrolysis of oil palm empty fruit bunch with low-density polyethylene for bio-oil production.
    3. Nurlailah Abdillah: Development of total maximum daily load (TMDL) for Putat River as an approach for management of river water quality.
    4. Eleena Yasmeen Mohd Hamdan: Biomass modified by CuFe layered for norfloxacin removal from aqueous solution.
    5. Farihah Luqman: Adsorption of Caffein from aqueous solution by biomass modified by CuFe layered.