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  • Acetylation of oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber as an

    Acetylation of oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber as an adsorbent for removal of crude oil. Environ Sci Pollut Res Int. 2016; 23(12):11740-50 (ISSN: 1614-7499) Asadpour R; Sapari NB; Isa MH; Kakooei S. Removal of oil spillage from the environment is a global concern. Various methods, including the use of fibers as sorbents, have been developed

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  • Application of Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunch as Adsorbent:

    Acetylation of oil palm empty fruit bunch fibre as an adsorbent for removal of crude oil. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 23(12), 11740 11750. Auta, M. (2012). Fixed bed adsorption studies of rhodamine B dye using oil palm empty fruits bunch activated carbon. Journal of Engineering Research and Studies, 3(3), 3 6.

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  • Journal of Technomaterials Physics

    The application of activated carbon from various types of biomass as an adsorbent has been studied extensively, such as oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber [7], pineapple skin [8] and cotton stalks [9]. In this study, the biomass used for the preparation of activated carbon is oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber (OPEFBF). Oil palm (Elaeis guineensis

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  • Application of Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunch as Adsorbent:

    Acetylation of oil palm empty fruit bunch fibre as an adsorbent for removal of crude oil. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 23(12), 11740 11750. Auta, M. (2012). Fixed bed adsorption studies of rhodamine B dye using oil palm empty fruits bunch activated carbon. Journal of Engineering Research and Studies, 3(3), 3 6.

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  • RECENT ADVANCES IN THE PREPARATION OF OIL PALM WASTE

    Oil palm biomass percentage in 2009 [9] and percentage of work towards recyclability of oil palm empty fruit bunch in recent years (2013-2016) [10] 5% 59% 18% 10% 8% shell frond trunk leaves&mesocarp fibre empty fruit bunch 1.9% 2.6% 0.1% 1.3% 1.1% 1.0% saccharification feedstock filler biodiesel energy adsorbent. Malaysian Journal of Analytical Sciences, Vol 22 No 2 (2018): 175 184 DOI

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  • Acetylation of oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber as an

    Acetylation of oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber as an adsorbent for removal of crude oil Author: Asadpour, Robabeh, Sapari, Nasiman B., Isa, Mohamed Hasnain, Kakooei, Saeid Source: Environmental science and pollution research international 2016 v.23 no.12 pp. 11740-11750 ISSN: 0944-1344 Subject:

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  • Acetylation of oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber as an

    Acetylation of oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber as an adsorbent for removal of crude oil. Environ Sci Pollut Res Int. 2016 Mar 5; Authors: Asadpour R, Sapari NB, Isa MH, Kakooei S Abstract Removal of oil spillage from the environment is a global concern. Various methods, including the use of fibers as sorbents, have been developed for oil spill control.

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  • RECENT ADVANCES IN THE PREPARATION OF OIL PALM WASTE

    Oil palm biomass percentage in 2009 [9] and percentage of work towards recyclability of oil palm empty fruit bunch in recent years (2013-2016) [10] 5% 59% 18% 10% 8% shell frond trunk leaves&mesocarp fibre empty fruit bunch 1.9% 2.6% 0.1% 1.3% 1.1% 1.0% saccharification feedstock filler biodiesel energy adsorbent. Malaysian Journal of Analytical Sciences, Vol 22 No 2 (2018): 175 184 DOI

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  • A Preliminary Study of Biodegradable Waste as Sorbent

    11/02/2014· Empty palm fruit bunches are generally disposed as wastes. The fibres are light weight, which promotes its buoyancy. From the preliminary study of this fibre, it can be concluded that EPFB can be used for oil cleanup. The use of the empty palm fruit bunch is environmentally friendly, sustainable, and economical. The residue of the oil-based

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  • Acetylation of oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber as an

    Acetylation of oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber as an adsorbent for removal of crude oil. Environ Sci Pollut Res Int. 2016 Mar 5; Authors: Asadpour R, Sapari NB, Isa MH, Kakooei S Abstract Removal of oil spillage from the environment is a global concern. Various methods, including the use of fibers as sorbents, have been developed for oil spill control.

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  • Thermodynamic pathway of lignocellulosic acetylation

    03/07/2019· The collected oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) empty fruit bunch, pride of Barbados (Delonix regia) pods, and cocoa (Theobroma cacao) pods were identified by Mr Namadi Sanusi in the Herbarium of the Department of Botany, Ahmadu Bello University Zaria—Nigeria. The voucher numbers of the identified OPEFB, CP and POBP were given as 0371, 2890 and 01917 respectively. The samples

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  • Application of Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunch as Adsorbent:

    Acetylation of oil palm empty fruit bunch fibre as an adsorbent for removal of crude oil. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 23(12), 11740 11750. Auta, M. (2012). Fixed bed adsorption studies of rhodamine B dye using oil palm empty fruits bunch activated carbon. Journal of Engineering Research and Studies, 3(3), 3 6.

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  • Thermodynamic pathway of lignocellulosic acetylation

    03/07/2019· Acetylation of oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber as an adsorbent for removal of crude oil. Asadpour R, Sapari NB, Isa MH, Kakooei S. Environ Sci Pollut Res Int, 23(12):11740-11750, 05 Mar 2016 Cited by 1 article PMID: 26944428

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  • Acetylation of oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber as an

    Removal of oil spillage from the environment is a global concern. Various methods, including the use of fibers as sorbents, have been developed for oil spill control. Oil palm empty fruit bunch (OPEFB) fiber is a plant biomass that may be acetylated by acetic anhydride using N-bromosuccinimide (NBS) as a catalyst; here, the extent of acetylation may be calculated in terms of weight percent

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  • oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber in kyrgyzstan edible

    A Review of Structural Performance of Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunch . Oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber (OPF) is a natural fiber which is found a lot in tropical areas. Scientists have used OPF fiber with many types of. Get Price

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  • oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber composites. PDF

    The Effect of Fiber Bleaching Treatment on the Properties of Poly(lactic acid)/Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunch Fiber Composites Marwah Rayung 1,*, Nor Azowa Ibrahim 1,*, Norhazlin Zainuddin 1, Wan Zuhainis Saad 2, Nur Inani Abdul Razak 1 and Buong Woei Chieng 1 1 2 Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Serdang 43400, Malaysia; E-Mails: [email protected]

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  • Inter-phase and Mechanical Properties of Modified Oil

    Inter-phase and Mechanical Properties of Modified Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunch Cellulose Fibre and Poly(lactic acid) Composites . By S Ouajai, P Ruangwilairat, K Ongwongsakul, T Leejarkpai and R Shanks. Abstract. This research aimed to study surface modification of oil palm empty fruit bunch (OPEFB) and use it as reinforced fibres in PLA. Surface modification of OPEFB fibres was applied to

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  • Acetylation of oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber as an

    05/03/2016· Various methods, including the use of fibers as sorbents, have been developed for oil spill control. Oil palm empty fruit bunch (OPEFB) fiber is a plant biomass that may be acetylated by acetic anhydride using N-bromosuccinimide (NBS) as a catalyst; here, the extent of acetylation may be calculated in terms of weight percent gain (WPG). The modified fiber was used to remove Tapis and

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  • Depolymerization of lignocellulose of oil palm empty fruit

    01/05/2019· Oil palm empty fruit bunch degradation Confirmation of depolymerization by the bacterial strains was achieved using OPEFB. Prior to incubation with the bacterial strains, OPEFB was autoclaved at 121 °C for 30 min and supplemented with 1 M sterile

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  • Acetylation of oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber as an

    Removal of oil spillage from the environment is a global concern. Various methods, including the use of fibers as sorbents, have been developed for oil spill control. Oil palm empty fruit bunch (OPEFB) fiber is a plant biomass that may be acetylated by acetic anhydride using N-bromosuccinimide (NBS) as a catalyst; here, the extent of acetylation may be calculated in terms of weight percent gain (WPG).

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  • Review Article A Review of Structural Performance of Oil

    A Review of Structural Performance of Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunch Fiber in Polymer Composites RezaMahjoub,JamaludinBinMohamadYatim,andAbdulRahmanMohdSam Civil Engineering Faculty, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, P.O. Box, Skudai, Johor Bahru, Malaysia Correspondence should be addressed to Reza Mahjoub; r mahjoob@yahoo

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  • PREPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF OIL PALM FIBER

    2.5 Photographs of (a) Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunch Fibers (b) Oil Palm Mesocarp Fibers 13 2.6 Schematic representation of acetylation of cellulose fiber constituents 19 2.7 Reaction schemes of maleic anhydride and cellulose fiber constituents 21 2.8 (a) Degradation of PCL via Hydrolysis (b) Crystalline Fragmentation of PCL (c) Accelerated Degradation of PCL in NaOH for 5weeks 26 2.9

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  • Synthesis and characterization of cellulose acetate

    Synthesis of oil palm empty fruit bunch cellulose acetate (OPEFB-CA) The acetylation of OPEFB cellulose was conducted using a process described earlier by Shaikh et al. (2009), Kuo et al. (1997), and Ozaki et al. (2004). OPEFB cellulose (5.0 g) and acetic acid (90 mL) were placed in a three-neck round-bottom flask fitted with an overhead

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  • Cellulose acetate from oil palm empty fruit bunch via a

    05/11/2015· To ensure successful acetylation, Optimization of oxygen delignification in production of totally chlorine-free cellulose pulps from oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber. Industrial Crops and Products, 28 (2008), pp. 260-267. Article Download PDF View Record in Scopus Google Scholar. Liu et al., 2006 . C.F. Liu, J.L. Ren, F. Xu, J.J. Liu, J.X. Sun, R.C. Sun. Isolation and characterization of

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  • A study of the potential of acetylation to improve the

    Abstract The chemical modification of Coir, Oil palm fibre, Flax, and Jute fibres using acetic anhydride has been investigated. The rate of acetylation is proportional to the lignin content of the fibres, with Coir and Oil palm empty fruit bunch (EFB) fibres exhibiting the fastest rate of reaction and ultimate substitution. The effect of acetylation at a reaction temperature of 120°C upon the

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  • ACETYLATED PLANT-FIBER-REINFORCED POLYESTER

    14/02/2007· The chemical modification of oil palm empty fruit bunch (EFB), coconut fiber (Coir), oil palm frond (OPF), jute, and flax using noncatalyzed acetic anhydride were investigated. Proof of acetylation was indicated by the increase in weight percent gain (WPG). Acetylation at a reaction temperature of 120°C had resulted in the reduction in the tensile properties (stress, modulus, and

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  • Acetylation of oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber as an

    Oil palm empty fruit bunch (OPEFB) fiber is a plant biomass that may be acetylated by acetic anhydride using N-bromosuccinimide (NBS) as a catalyst; here, the extent of acetylation may be calculated in terms of weight percent gain (WPG). The modified fiber was used to remove Tapis and Arabian crude oils. The optimum time, temperature, and catalyst concentration were 4 h, 120 °C, and

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  • Acetylation of oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber as an

    Acetylation of oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber as an adsorbent for removal of crude oil. Environ Sci Pollut Res Int. 2016; 23(12):11740-50 (ISSN: 1614-7499) Asadpour R; Sapari NB; Isa MH; Kakooei S. Removal of oil spillage from the environment is a global concern. Various methods, including the use of fibers as sorbents, have been developed

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  • Acetylation of oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber as an

    Acetylation of oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber as an adsorbent for removal of crude oil Author: Asadpour, Robabeh, Sapari, Nasiman B., Isa, Mohamed Hasnain, Kakooei, Saeid Source: Environmental science and pollution research international 2016 v.23 no.12 pp. 11740-11750 ISSN: 0944-1344 Subject:

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  • Development and characterization of oil palm empty fruit

    In recent years, Natural Fibre-Reinforced Composites (NFRC) making its impact in all applications, and they have reached their way into the field of Additive Manufacturing (AM) as well. This increases the demand for natural fibre based filaments in the field of AM. Hence, this research aims to develop filaments made of Polylactic acid (PLA) reinforced with Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunch Fibre

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  • Isolation, Characterization, and Application

    08/07/2014· Isolation, Characterization, and Application of Nanocellulose from Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunch Fiber as Nanocomposites N. S. Lani,1 N. Ngadi,1 A. Johari,2 and M. Jusoh 1 1 Department of Chemical Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, 81310 Skudai, Johor, Malaysia

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  • Acetylation of oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber as an

    01/07/2016· Removal of oil spillage from the environment is a global concern. Various methods, including the use of fibers as sorbents, have been developed for oil spill control. Oil palm empty fruit bunch (OPEFB) fiber is a plant biomass that may be acetylated by acetic anhydride using N-bromosuccinimide (NBS) as a catalyst; here, the extent of acetylation may be calculated in terms of

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  • Preparation and Characterization of Poly(ethyl hydrazide

    Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunch Fibre for the Removal of Cu(II) Ions from an Aqueous Environment which was then used as an adsorbent for the removal of copper from aqueous solutions. 2. Results and Discussion 2.1. Graft Copolymerization of Methyl Acrylate onto Opefb Hydrogen peroxide was used in a graft copolymerization reaction as an initiator, while ferrous ammonium sulphate was used as a co

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  • The effect of environmental exposure upon the mechanical

    Polyester matrix composites reinforced using nonwoven coir or oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber mats were manufactured. Fibers were used unmodified, chemically modified by acetylation, or treated with silane or titanate coupling agents. Composite test pieces were exposed to decay fungi in unsterile soil for up to 12 months, along with samples made of unreinforced, or glass fiber reinforced, resin.

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  • ACETYLATED PLANT-FIBER-REINFORCED POLYESTER

    14/02/2007· The chemical modification of oil palm empty fruit bunch (EFB), coconut fiber (Coir), oil palm frond (OPF), jute, and flax using noncatalyzed acetic anhydride were investigated. Proof of acetylation was indicated by the increase in weight percent gain (WPG). Acetylation at a reaction temperature of 120°C had resulted in the reduction in the tensile properties (stress, modulus, and

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  • A Preliminary Study of Biodegradable Waste as Sorbent

    11/02/2014· Empty palm fruit bunches are generally disposed as wastes. The fibres are light weight, which promotes its buoyancy. From the preliminary study of this fibre, it can be concluded that EPFB can be used for oil cleanup. The use of the empty palm fruit bunch is environmentally friendly, sustainable, and economical. The residue of the oil-based

    Get Price
  • oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber in kyrgyzstan edible

    A Review of Structural Performance of Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunch . Oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber (OPF) is a natural fiber which is found a lot in tropical areas. Scientists have used OPF fiber with many types of. Get Price

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