Undergraduate Final Year Project

Undergraduate Students Graduated/Completed

  1. Ahmad Shahir Mohd Ishak (2008). Production of sugarcane bagasse based activated carbon (SBAC) for reducing non-point source (NPS) water pollution
  2. Lai Wee Fuk (2008). Production of cocoa pod husk based activated carbon (CPHAC) by chemical activation for non-point source (NPS) water treatment
  3. Azizah Md Jaminain (2008). Synthesis of rubber wood based activated carbon via chemical activation for manganese and COD removal
  4. Tan Chu Hong (2009). Adsorption of Basic Dyes On Mangrove Wood Based Activated Carbon: Equilibrium, Kinetic and Mechanism Studies
  5. Hafizul Hafiz Hamidi (Completed 2009). Thesis title : Production of carbon molecular sieves membranes from phenolic resin for gas permeate study
  6. Seah Choon Ming (Completed 2009). Batch adsorption of basic dyes onto activated carbon prepared by rice husk
  7. Leong Wen Jia (2009). Synthesis of carbon molecular sieves (CMS) by carbon vapour deposition over microporous material
  8. Lim Yit Ping (2010). Removal of Remazol Red 3BS and Brilliant Blue R reactive dyes by adsorption onto cocoa pod husk based activated carbon.
  9. Tan Tong Siang (2010). Adsorption of Remazol Brilliant Violet 5R and Remazol Black B reactive dyes onto cocoa pod husk based activated carbon: Equilibrium, kinetic and thermodynamic studies.
  10. Mohd Fikri Ab Rahman (2010). Preparation of carbon molecular sieve membranes (CMSMs) from polyvinyl alcohol for gas permeate and separation of gas mixtures study.
  11. Nadhirah Aman (2010). Supported carbon molecular sieve membranes from phenolic resin for gases permeation study.
  12. Evelyn Tan Chai Yun (2011). Synthesis of corncob based activated carbon for Remazol Briliant Blue R reactive dye removal
  13. Mohamad Firdaus Mohamad Yusop (2011). Preparation of durian peel based activated carbon for removal of Remazol Briliant Blue R reactive dye from aqueous solution.
  14. Nur Ayshah Rosli (2011). Synthesis of pineapple peel based activated carbon for Remazol Briliant Blue R reactive dye removal .
  15. Pragas A/L Perumal (2011). Experimental design of dyes removal using activated carbon prepared from oleochemical industry’s waste water sludge.
  16. Noor Fauziyah Ishak (2011). Preparation of rubber seed coat based activated carbon for Acid Red 88 dye removal: Optimization and adsorption studies.
  17. Nurul Izian Md Rejab (2011). Removal of dye from aqueous solution using carbonized palm shell.
  18. Bong Juok Ya (2012). Potato peel based activated carbon for methylene blue, remazol brilliant violet 5R and methyl violet 6B dyes removal from aqueous solution.
  19. Nur Adilah Ahmed (2012). Removal of methylene blue, remazol brilliant violet 5R and methyl violet 6B dyes from aqueous solution by lemon grass based activated carbon.
  20. Nga Eng Yew (2012). Adsorption of methylene blue, remazol brilliant violet 5R and methyl violet 6B dyes removal from aqueous solution via peanut shell based activated carbon.
  21. Tay Lai Choo (2013). Preparation of  rice husk based activated carbon for the removal of malachite green and remazol brilliant violet 5R from aqueous solution.
  22. Siti Hajaratul Akma Abdul Hadi (2013). Preparation of rubber seed coat based activated carbon by microwave-induced KOH activation and its application in malachite green and remazol brilliant violet 5R adsorption.
  23. Rutthiran Kalaiarasu (2013). Microwave-assisted KOH activation preparation of groundnut shell based activated carbon for malachite green and methyl yellow adsorption.
  24. Ahmad Aiman Azhari (2014). Synthesis and performance evaluation on carbon membrane from polymer blend for gas separation.
  25. Eng Yi Wen (2014). Activated carbon adsorbent from orange peel for dye removal: Equilibrium, kinetic and thermodynamic studies.
  26. Fatin Farhana Mohamad Saad (2014). Methylene blue dye adsorption via activated carbon prepared from rubber seed coat.
  27. Nazzarul Nashriq Zaini Sham (2015). Removal of remazol brilliant violet 5R (RBV5R) from aqueous solution using pinang frond based activated carbon.
  28. Ng Shun Yong (2015). Production of activated carbon from sugarcane bagasse for removal of methyl violet 6B dye from aqueous solution.
  29. Mohamad Amir Ramadhan Mohamad Sofian (2015). Synthesis of adsorbent from egg shell- Equilibrium, kinetic and thermodynamic studies.
  30. Lee Lye Qing (2016). Preparation of activated carbon from banana peel using microwave irradiation for methylene blue dye removal from aqueous solution.
  31. Mohamad Azzam Che Rahim (2016). Microwave-assisted activated carbon from mangosteen peel waste for adsorption of lead (ii) from aqueous solution.
  32. Muhammad Aswar Md.Eusoff (2016). Application of passion fruit peel based activated carbon by microwave activation for methylene blue dye removal.
  33. Syahazmir Ahmad Shah (2016). Microwave-assisted activated carbon from parkia speciosa peel for methylene blue dye removal.
  34. Mohd Shafiq Abd Latif (2017). Preparation of microwave-assisted palm trunk based activated carbon for adsorption of methylene blue dye.
  35. Priyaa Darshinie A/P Chanthira Sakaran (2017). Preparation of microwave-assisted activated carbon from yam skin for adsorption of methylene blue dye.
  36. Siti Khairunnisa Ishak (2017). Preparation of rice husk based activated carbon prepared by microwave irradiation activation for methylene blue dye removal.
  37. Joanna Jayamalar A/P James Gunam (2018).  Jackfruit seed based activated carbon prepared by microwave heating for methylene blue dye removal.
  38. Mohamad Razif Mohd Ramli (2018). Activated carbon from jengkol peel for dye removal: Equilibrium, kinetic and thermodynamic studies.
  39. Navenprasath A/L Sandrasegaran (2018). Preparation of activated carbon from bamboo stem using microwave irradiation for Methylene blue dye removal from aqueous solution.
  40. Nazatul Shima Nordin (2018). Synthesis of microwave-assisted coconut shell based activated carbon for removal of methylene blue dye from aqueous solution.

Undergraduate Students Research On-going

  1. Preparation of microwave-assisted palm trunk based activated carbon for adsorption of dyes.
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