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Editor-in-Chief : Dr. Nor Azwadi Che Sidik (E-mail)
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Aims and Scope : Advanced Research in Materials Science is an international forum for the publication and dissemination of original work which contributes to greater scientific understanding of the main disciplines underpinning the material engineering sciences. The Journals reports principally the achievements of materials science all over the world, putting the stress on the original research papers, review articles, letters, research notes with novelty as well as brief of scientific achievement, covering a broad spectrum of materials science.

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Volume 44, No. 1 (May, 2018)

Material and Assembly Selection: Comparative Analysis of Embodied Energy and Carbon as an Index for Environmental Performance
Liman Alhaji Saba, Mohd Hamdan Ahmad, Roshida Abdul Majid, Ahmed Yahaya

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Volume 51, No. 1 (December, 2018)
Acid Hydrolysis Optimization of Corn Cob As Raw Material for Xylitol Production
Efri Mardawati, Herlin Herliansah, Alfredo Matheus, Ibad Badruzaman, Dwi Wahyudha Wira, In In Hanidah, Robi Andoyo, Imas Siti Setiasih, Edy Suryadi, Een Sukarinah, Mohammad Djali, Tita Rialita, Yana Cahyana
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AbstractThe aim of this study is to determine the optimum condition of corn cob hydrolysis in xylose production as a raw material of xylitol. The optimum condition was determined with maximization of xylose concentrations, the ratio of xylose-glucose concentrations, and minimization of acetic acid concentrations responses. The method used in this research was experimental research with Response Surface Methodology (RSM), particularly Central Composite Design (CCD), utilizing Design Expert 7.0.0 software which was performed at operating temperature of 121 ºC using various reaction time (10-15 min) and concentration of sulfuric acid (2–6%). The result of this research showed that mathematical models were obtained in order to predict the concentration of xylose, the ratio of xylose-glucose concentration, acetic acid concentration in the hydrolysate and to optimize the process. The optimum condition of acid hydrolysis in multi-objective responses was obtained at 12.54 minutes hydrolysis time and 3.19% usage of sulfuric acid concentration. The optimum of xylose concentration, the ratio of xylose-glucose concentration, and acetic acid concentration found in the hydrolysate was 8.89 g/L; 1.06; and 1.27 g/L, respectively.
CiteMLA
Efri, Mardawati, et al. "Acid Hydrolysis Optimization of Corn Cob As Raw Material for Xylitol Production." Journal of Advanced Research in Materials Science 51.1 (2018): 1-10.
APA
Efri, M., Herlin, H., Alfredo, M., Ibad, B., Dwi, W. W., In, I. H., Robi, A., Imas, S. S., Edy, S., Een, S., Mohammad, D., Tita, R., & Yana, C.(2018). Acid Hydrolysis Optimization of Corn Cob As Raw Material for Xylitol Production. Journal of Advanced Research in Materials Science, 51(1), 1-10.
Chicago
Efri Mardawati, Herlin Herliansah, Alfredo Matheus, Ibad Badruzaman, Dwi Wahyudha Wira, In In Hanidah, Robi Andoyo, Imas Siti Setiasih, Edy Suryadi, Een Sukarinah, Mohammad Djali, Tita Rialita, and Yana Cahyana."Acid Hydrolysis Optimization of Corn Cob As Raw Material for Xylitol Production." Journal of Advanced Research in Materials Science." 51, no. 1 (2018): 1-10.
Harvard
Efri, M., Herlin, H., Alfredo, M., Ibad, B., Dwi, W.W., In, I.H., Robi, A., Imas, S.S., Edy, S., Een, S., Mohammad, D., Tita, R., and Yana, C.,2018. Acid Hydrolysis Optimization of Corn Cob As Raw Material for Xylitol Production. Journal of Advanced Research in Materials Science 51(1), pp. 1-10.
Vancouver
Efri M, Herlin H, Alfredo M, Ibad B, Dwi WW, In IH, Robi A, Imas SS, Edy S, Een S, Mohammad D, Tita R, Yana C. Acid Hydrolysis Optimization of Corn Cob As Raw Material for Xylitol Production. Journal of Advanced Research in Materials Science. 2018;51(1): 1-10.

Investigation on the Deactivation of Cobalt and Iron Catalysts in Catalytic Growth of Carbon Nanotube Using a Growth Rate Model
Muhammad Thalhah Zainal, Mohd Fairus Mohd Yasin, Muhammad Abid Ira Irawan, Muhammad Faizullizam Roslan, Norikhwan Hamzah, Mohd Zamri Mohd Yusop
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AbstractThe deactivation of metal catalyst particles during the catalytic growth of carbon nanotube (CNT) remains a hurdle in achieving high CNT growth rate and mass CNT production. In the present study, a CNT growth rate model is employed as the main framework to investigate the catalyst de-activation and lifetime of iron and cobalt catalysts. The growth rate model is first validated against a baseline case study that employs cobalt as the catalyst, acetylene as the carbon feedstock, and operating conditions of 1100 K and 20 Torr for temperature and partial pressure respectively. In order to illustrate catalyst deactivation, two parameters are varied namely the surface diffusivity and bulk diffusivity of carbon with respect to the specified catalyst. The results show that iron is the better catalyst compared to cobalt in terms of CNT length. The physics of deactivation of Fe and Co catalysts is also shown through prediction of carbon atoms and carbonaceous layers concentrations on a catalyst particle which favours Fe catalyst.
CiteMLA
Muhammad Thalhah, Zainal, et al. "Investigation on the Deactivation of Cobalt and Iron Catalysts in Catalytic Growth of Carbon Nanotube Using a Growth Rate Model." Journal of Advanced Research in Materials Science 51.1 (2018): 11-22.
APA
Muhammad Thalhah, Z., Mohd Fairus, M. Y., Muhammad Abid, I. I., Muhammad Faizullizam, R., Norikhwan, H., & Mohd Zamri, M. Y.(2018). Investigation on the Deactivation of Cobalt and Iron Catalysts in Catalytic Growth of Carbon Nanotube Using a Growth Rate Model. Journal of Advanced Research in Materials Science, 51(1), 11-22.
Chicago
Muhammad Thalhah Zainal, Mohd Fairus Mohd Yasin, Muhammad Abid Ira Irawan, Muhammad Faizullizam Roslan, Norikhwan Hamzah, and Mohd Zamri Mohd Yusop."Investigation on the Deactivation of Cobalt and Iron Catalysts in Catalytic Growth of Carbon Nanotube Using a Growth Rate Model." Journal of Advanced Research in Materials Science." 51, no. 1 (2018): 11-22.
Harvard
Muhammad Thalhah, Z., Mohd Fairus, M.Y., Muhammad Abid, I.I., Muhammad Faizullizam, R., Norikhwan, H., and Mohd Zamri, M.Y.,2018. Investigation on the Deactivation of Cobalt and Iron Catalysts in Catalytic Growth of Carbon Nanotube Using a Growth Rate Model. Journal of Advanced Research in Materials Science 51(1), pp. 11-22.
Vancouver
Muhammad Thalhah Z, Mohd Fairus MY, Muhammad Abid II, Muhammad Faizullizam R, Norikhwan H, Mohd Zamr, MY. Investigation on the Deactivation of Cobalt and Iron Catalysts in Catalytic Growth of Carbon Nanotube Using a Growth Rate Model. Journal of Advanced Research in Materials Science. 2018;51(1): 11-22.

Volume 52, No. 1 (January, 2019)
Transparent Self-Cleaning Coating Consisting Hydrophobically Modified-Polymer
B. Vengadaesvaran, A. Syafiq, A. K. Pandey, Nasrudin Abd. Rahim
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AbstractIn general, hydrophobic coating is termed as the coating with water contact angle (CA) above 90?. The fabrication of hydrophobic coating on the glass substrate has high potential to induce self-cleaning property, anti-fog, and oil-repellent coating. In this study, transparent self-cleaning coating of modified Polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) has been successfully developed for glass panel application. 3-aminopropyltriethoxyslane (APTES) provides a flexible amino group for reacting with the silica structure of Polydimethylsiloxane. The hydrophobic coating is applied onto glass plates through simple dip-coating method. The hydrophobicity of coating is achieved water contact angle as high as 103? and the transparency of the coating is above 80% in UV-Vis region. The prepared-coating also exhibit an excellent self-cleaning property which the coating completely expels the mud, dilute-ketchup solution, syrup favor, and methylene-blue dye. In addition, the coating shows great anti-fog behavior which the tiny droplets on the coating surface are completely disappears after 6 min at ambient temperature. The droplet impact testing has showed the hydrophobicity of coating is slightly decreases by 4.9° only after injecting with continuous droplet for 168h which indicated that the excellent surface durability of coating.
CiteMLA
Vengadaesvaran, et al. "Transparent Self-Cleaning Coating Consisting Hydrophobically Modified-Polymer." Journal of Advanced Research in Materials Science 52.1 (2019): 1-8.
APA
Vengadaesvaran, B., Syafiq, A., Pandey, A. K., & Nasrudin, A. R.,(2019). Transparent Self-Cleaning Coating Consisting Hydrophobically Modified-Polymer. Journal of Advanced Research in Materials Science, 52(1), 1-8.
Chicago
B Vengadaesvaran, A Syafiq, A K Pandey, and Nasrudin Abd Rahim."Transparent Self-Cleaning Coating Consisting Hydrophobically Modified-Polymer." Journal of Advanced Research in Materials Science." 52, no. 1 (2019): 1-8.
Harvard
Vengadaesvaran, B., Syafiq, A., Pandey, A.K., & Nasrudin, A.R.,2019. Transparent Self-Cleaning Coating Consisting Hydrophobically Modified-Polymer. Journal of Advanced Research in Materials Science 52(1), pp. 1-8.
Vancouver
Vengadaesvaran B, Syafi, A, Pandey AK, Nasrudin AR. Transparent Self-Cleaning Coating Consisting Hydrophobically Modified-Polymer. Journal of Advanced Research in Materials Science. 2019;52(1): 1-8.

Anti-Wax Nickel based Coating for Stainless Steel Pipeline
A. B. Hafeza, J. Faruqi, F. A. Lahin, S. M. Anisuzzaman, E. Suali
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AbstractThis study aims to determine the efficacy of nickel-based coating as wax repellent for stainless steel pipelines. Two variables for nickel-based coating were studied namely nickel sulphate and sodium hypophosphate. Results show that 100% and 50% reduction of wax deposition for coating with sodium hypophosphate and coating with nickel sulphate respectively. These values indicate that nickel based coating can reduce wax deposition on the pipe surface. It also depicts that coating with more sodium hypophosphate serve better anti-wax coating compared to nickel based coating with more nickel sulphate. SEM analysis shows good surface morphology for the coating and displays a microstructure that plays an important role in protecting stainless steel surfaces.
CiteMLA
Hafeza, A. B., et al. "Anti-Wax Nickel based Coating for Stainless Steel Pipeline." Journal of Advanced Research in Materials Science 52.1 (2019): 9-15.
APA
Hafeza, A. B., Faruqi, J., Lahin, F. A., Anisuzzaman, S. M., & Suali, E.,(2019). Anti-Wax Nickel based Coating for Stainless Steel Pipeline. Journal of Advanced Research in Materials Science, 52(1), 9-15.
Chicago
Hafeza A. B., Faruqi J., Lahin F. A., Anisuzzaman S. M., and Suali E."Anti-Wax Nickel based Coating for Stainless Steel Pipeline." Journal of Advanced Research in Materials Science." 52, no. 1 (2019): 9-15.
Harvard
Hafeza, A.B., Faruqi, J., Lahin, F.A., Anisuzzaman, S.M., and Suali, E.,2019. Anti-Wax Nickel based Coating for Stainless Steel Pipeline. Journal of Advanced Research in Materials Science 52(1), pp. 9-15.
Vancouver
Hafeza AB, Faruqi J, Lahin FA, Anisuzzaman SM, Suali E. Anti-Wax Nickel based Coating for Stainless Steel Pipeline. Journal of Advanced Research in Materials Science. 2019;52(1): 9-15.

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